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Position: Open Access Compliance Assistant
Institution: University of Luxembourg
Location: Luxembourg City, Luxembourg
Duties: To monitor and help ensure researchers in Luxembourg comply with the European Commission’s Open Access mandate (H2020-funded projects); To explain Open Access and inform researchers about the funder’s mandate; To identify publications that do not comply and suggest the best course of action; To advise researchers on the available and best options to make their publications Open Access and funder-compliant; To develop and compile a set of response templates, FAQ, etc. that will be used in the future by the Open Access Compliance Helpdesk; To assess and report on the quality of the data and metadata uploaded on the University of Luxembourg institutional repository (ORBilu); To identify discrepancies between what is uploaded and whether it complies with the publisher’s copyright restrictions; To analyse and identify areas of improvements and help draft a communication strategy; To explain and guide users in uploading their publications and metadata in conformity with the publisher’s copyright restrictions and their funder’s Open Access mandate; To participate in other activities related to the OpenAIRE project
Requirements: Bachelor degree (min. Bac 3 ) in a relevant degree, preferably with experience in an established research project that (will) lead to publication(s); Excellent knowledge of the research process and scientific publishing process; Excellent knowledge of Open Access, its different routes and its current trends; Excellent knowledge of copyright rules relating to scientific publications and Open Access; Knowledge of the research environment in Luxembourg would be an asset, but not required; Excellent communication and interpersonal skills. Enthusiasm for Open Knowledge initiatives and for supporting researchers; Strong analytical and critical thinking skills. Fast learner, curiosity, dynamism and sense of initiative; Fluent in English and French (written and spoken); notions of German and/or Luxembourgish would be an asset, but not required
   
Text: UOL02881 08-Sep-2019 Company Text The University of Luxembourg is recruiting for its Library Department an Open Access Compliance Assistant Ref.: 50014771 CDD, 8 months, 20h/week Employee status Your Role To monitor and help ensure researchers in Luxembourg comply with the European Commission’s Open Access mandate (H2020-funded projects) To explain Open Access and inform researchers about the funder’s mandate. To identify publications that do not comply and suggest the best course of action. To advise researchers on the available and best options to make their publications Open Access and funder-compliant. To develop and compile a set of response templates, FAQ, etc. that will be used in the future by the Open Access Compliance Helpdesk. To assess and report on the quality of the data and metadata uploaded on the University of Luxembourg institutional repository (ORBilu) To identify discrepancies between what is uploaded and whether it complies with the publisher’s copyright restrictions. To analyse and identify areas of improvements and help draft a communication strategy. To explain and guide users in uploading their publications and metadata in conformity with the publisher’s copyright restrictions and their funder’s Open Access mandate. To participate in other activities related to the OpenAIRE project. Your Profile Bachelor degree (min. Bac 3 ) in a relevant degree, preferably with experience in an established research project that (will) lead to publication(s). Excellent knowledge of the research process and scientific publishing process. Excellent knowledge of Open Access, its different routes and its current trends. Excellent knowledge of copyright rules relating to scientific publications and Open Access. Knowledge of the research environment in Luxembourg would be an asset, but not required. Excellent communication and interpersonal skills. Enthusiasm for Open Knowledge initiatives and for supporting researchers. Strong analytical and critical thinking skills. Fast learner, curiosity, dynamism and sense of initiative. Fluent in English and French (written and spoken); notions of German and/or Luxembourgish would be an asset, but not required. We offer An interesting and varied work within a young and dynamic team Multicultural environment Pleasant working atmosphere Further Information Interested candidates are invited to apply online by 08/09/2019 via the following link The University of Luxembourg is an equal opportunity employer. All applications will be treated in strict confidence
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