In a nutshell, we are building a system to capture the research information infrastructure: linking people, departments, grants, funders, articles, theses, books and data together.
(Technical information: using RDF and a mix of published and homegrown ontologies, and using an objectstore to act as a serialised, archival base for the information. Evidence, context and provenance will be a strong focus.)
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> OXFORD UNIVERSITY LIBRARY SERVICES, Systems and E-Research Service > (SERS) > > Building the Research Information Infrastructure (BRII) Project > > BRII Project Analyst > > Oxford > > Grade 7: Salary £27,466 - £33,780 p.a. > > Full time, fixed term to March 2010 > > > > ORA (Oxford University Research Archive) the repository for Oxford > research outputs and Oxford Medical Sciences Division Research > Database Service have joined forces to create an innovative solution > for research information management. The JISC-funded project to create > this new system, BRII, will forge connections between researchers, > grants, projects and publications. It will provide web-based services > to disseminate and reuse this information in new contexts and for new > purposes. > > > > We are seeking a project analyst who has excellent demonstrable > communication skills, both written and oral, who will liaise between > BRII project staff including software developers, and members of staff > in academic and administrative departments across the University. You > will be able to communicate the purpose and design of the project, > technical developments and plans to non-technical end users. > > > > Working as part of a small team, your duties will include running > stakeholder and user analyses, synthesising the findings and > translating them into requirements to be used by technical developers. > You will consult with end users, be involved with running testing and > with dissemination of the project. > > > > Further details and application form are available from OULS > Personnel: tel 01865 277622, or email email@example.com. From > 17th October further details and an application form available from > www.ox.ac.uk/about_the_university/jobs/index.html. The revised closing > date for applications is 5pm on Friday 7th November 2008. > > > > Please quote reference BL8088 > > > > The University of Oxford is an equal opportunities employer > > _________________________ > > Sally Rumsey > > ORA Service & Development Manager > > Oxford University Library Services > > University of Oxford > > firstname.lastname@example.org > > 01865 283860 > > > >
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Published: Tuesday, October 14, 2008 12:59 UTC
Last updated: Tuesday, February 28, 2017 23:48 UTC