DescriptionWe are seeking to appoint an innovative and enthusiastic software developer with demonstrable experience and understanding of research in an HE environment.
Based in the Library, and reporting to the Head of Electronic Library Services, this exciting new role will lead on coordinating and developing the University’s services and resources for the researcher community, including support for Open Access publishing and research data management.
You can expect to contribute towards significant institutional change in the way research information and research data is managed, analysed and disseminated at the University of Lincoln.
Working closely with other colleagues within the Library, ICT and the Research Office, you will be responsible for leading the technical design and development of research information services at Lincoln, including research data management, bibliometrics and research intelligence, research dashboarding, and the University’s Institutional Repository.
You must have an excellent understanding of the technologies and programming languages used in developing data-driven web services to support research. You will also have successfully managed projects, have good communication skills, and enjoy working as a member of a team in a busy environment.
You must able to take initiative, be well organised and have a proven ability to prioritise and meet tight deadlines. A familiarity with the current UK research environment is also essential.
Potential applicants are encouraged to contact Paul Stainthorp for an informal discussion on 01522 886 193 or email@example.com.
For further information or to apply online please visit our website, please click the APPLY button below.
If you have any queries please email firstname.lastname@example.org or telephone 01522 886 775. Please quote the job reference number and title in all correspondence.
Closing date: 30th June 2013
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