ROR is looking for a metadata curation lead to coordinate registry updates and maintenance, work with ROR’s community curation advisors, and develop and implement long-term curation policies and practices. This is an exciting time to join the ROR team and support ROR’s emerging independent, community-based curation model.
The job description and application instructions are available at https://ror.org/blog/2021-10-01-hiring-curation-lead/ Please consider applying or help spread the word to your networks.
ROR Metadata Curation Lead
The Research Organization Registry (ROR) is a community-led registry of open, sustainable, usable, and unique identifiers for every research organization in the world.
ROR is a cross-organization collaborative led by California Digital Library, Crossref, and DataCite. Each organization provides input on decisions and overall strategy that support the growth and sustainability of ROR by engaging in outreach to funders, potential adopters, and other stakeholders in their respective networks.
The ROR registry includes IDs and metadata for more than 100,000 research organizations. ROR receives regular input from its global community of users and stakeholders about records that should be added to or updated in the registry. ROR also seeks and incorporates input from the broader community about policies and processes for maintaining registry data. ROR has implemented a community-based curation workflow for processing registry feedback and implementing registry updates.
ROR is looking for a metadata curation lead to coordinate registry updates and maintenance, work with ROR’s community curation advisors, and develop and implement long-term curation policies and practices. More info at: https://ror.org/blog/2021-10-01-hiring-curation-lead/
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Published: Friday, October 1, 2021 22:44 UTC
Last updated: Friday, October 1, 2021 22:44 UTC