Part-Time Research Assistant, Harvard Open Access Project (HOAP)
Part time Remote / Telecommute
The Harvard Open Access Project (HOAP) at the Berkman Klein Center for Internet & Society is hiring a part-time research assistant!
The Harvard Open Access Project (HOAP) fosters open access to research, within Harvard and beyond, using a combination of education, consultation, collaboration, research, tool-building, and direct assistance. HOAP is a project within the Berkman Klein Center for Internet & Society at Harvard University. For more detail, see the project home page at http://cyber.harvard.edu/hoap.
The Research Assistant will contribute to the Open Access Tracking Project (OATP), using the TagTeam social-tagging platform, contribute to the Open Access Directory (OAD), and perform occasional research, help with grant reporting, and strategize about open access inside and outside Harvard University. The position offers remote work options, flexible scheduling, and community work spaces at the Berkman Klein Center for Internet & Society.
The position will remain open until the job is filled, and plan to begin reviewing applicants as soon as possible.
Work Requirements/Benefits Information:
This part-time position is 17.25 hours per week. The pay is at a rate of $11.50+ per hour, with the possibility of more to suit qualifications and experience. This position does not include benefits. The role will include the expectation of regular weekend work as needed to support time-sensitive projects (approximately 2 - 4 of total 17.25). The Research Assistant must be based in Massachusetts. The work may be done remotely, but will include regular face-to-face meetings in Cambridge, Massachusetts to review progress and discuss new ideas. Unfortunately we are not able to sponsor a visa for this position. This position is approved through the end of August, 2018.
Please send your current CV or resume and a cover letter summarizing your interest and experience to Peter Suber at firstname.lastname@example.org with “HOAP application” in the subject line.
Last updated: Thursday, August 24, 2017 01:31 UTC