The Data Analyst will serve as Data Manager for the NSF-funded herbarium digitization project "American Crossroads: Digitizing the Vascular Flora of the South-Central United States" (https://www.nsf.gov/awardsearch/showAward?AWD ID=1902085).
This manager will maintain the project's centralized database, oversee data synchronization with project portals and repositories, provide overall quality control of images and crowdsourced data, ensure that workflows and data management protocols meet project standards for data preservation and data quality, work with contracted technical developers, and conduct training workshops on data management. The manager will work closely with the project's Technical Innovator and Project Manager (at the lead institution, Botanical Research Institute of Texas) on data-related tasks and will report to Dr. Mark Fishbein at Oklahoma State University. The project is an inter-institutional collaboration (TORCH: Texas Oklahoma Regional Consortium of Herbaria) among Oklahoma State University, Botanical Research Institute of Texas, University of Texas at Austin, University of Oklahoma, and Texas A&M University. The position is currently classified as based in Stillwater, Oklahoma, though it is possible that it could be converted to a remote position to accommodate the constraints of a very strong applicant.
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