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[BOAI] Job opening: LIBER Open Access Project Officer
From: Susan Reilly <Susan.Reilly AT KB.nl>
LIBER Open Access Project Officer Would you like to play a role in the shaping of the future of open access ↵ publishing and policy? Are you attracted to working in an international environment? Are you a highly motivated individual with strong communication and ↵ organisational skills? LIBER (Ligue des Bibliothèques Européennes de Recherche/Association of European ↵ Research Libraries) represents over 400 member institutions and organisations ↵ from more than forty countries and is the principal association of European ↵ research libraries. LIBER has an exciting and dynamic future programme. Its ↵ current strategic goals are in the areas of scholarly communication and ↵ research infrastructures, reshaping research libraries to meet future needs, ↵ advocacy and communications, library management, and the development of ↵ services and facilities for European researchers. LIBER is currently recruiting an Open Access Project Officer to implement its ↵ current and future portfolio of open access projects. The Open Access Project ↵ Officer will design and manage a 2 year Article Processing Charges(APC) funding ↵ pilot in collaboration with OpenAire. This is an exciting opportunity to be at the cutting edge of open access policy ↵ and the development of best practice for the management of APC funds. The successful candidate will be an highly motivated, with a strong service ↵ orientation and proven ability to communicate with a broad range of ↵ stakeholders. S/he will be passionate about open access and cognisant of the ↵ challenges associated with the shift from subscription models to Gold open ↵ access publishing. A full job description is available here: ↵ http://libereurope.eu/homepage/job-opening-open-access-project-officer/ Terms and conditions of employment The appointment(F/T) will be for 2 years. The post will be located in the LIBER ↵ Office in the National Library of the Netherlands in The Hague. Occasional ↵ travel outside The Netherlands will be required. Salary will be based on Scale 10: minimum 2512 to maximum gross 3804 per month ↵ fulltime, plus a vacation allowance of 8%, and a December allowance of 8.33%. ↵ In addition you will be entitled to 42 days holiday per year. The Labour ↵ Agreement is based on the Collective Labour Agreement for Dutch Research ↵ Centres (http://www.wvoi.nl/default.asp?cid=92&pid=76/). Out-of-hours working, including occasional weekends, will also be expected in ↵ association with conferences and meetings. For further information contact Susan Reilly, LIBER Interim Executive Director: ↵ e-mail: susan.reilly AT kb.nl<mailto:susan.reilly AT kb.nl>. Applications Interested? Please send your CV with a covering letter in English to: ↵ susan.reilly AT kb.nl<mailto:susan.reilly AT kb.nl>. Please mention ↵ clearly your phone number and skype ID. Applications from LIBER members or other individuals wishing to work on ↵ secondment are strongly encouraged. Deadline for applications: 4th of December 2014. Skype interviews will be held ↵ on the week of the 15th of December (to be confirmed). Susan Reilly Interim Executive Director susan.reilly AT kb.nl<mailto:susan.reilly AT kb.nl> +31 70 314 07 29 Twitter: AT skreilly http://www.libereurope.eu/ [Liber logo blue2]Re-inventing the Library for the Future
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