Still Time to Apply! Research & Education Librarian / Data and Research Impact at Duke Medical Center Library & Archives
The Medical Center Library & Archives is committed to building a diverse and inclusive workplace and strongly encourages applications from candidates of all races, genders, ages, ethnicities, cultural heritage or nationalities; religious or political beliefs; sexual orientations or gender identities; or socioeconomic, veteran, or ability statuses.
The Duke University Medical Center Library & Archives is seeking a dynamic and proactive librarian for our Research & Education team with a dual focus on growing data management and research impact services. The Liaison for Data and Research Impact enables and promotes research integrity and evidence-based practice at Duke Health through research consultation, publication tracking, and data management guidance. This position works closely with the biomedical research community and focuses their efforts in two primary areas: research impact and research data management. The Librarian will co-lead research impact initiatives, including creating regular and customized analyses of publications for departments and grants. The Librarian will also work collaboratively with research support offices and other campus departments to provide guidance on institutional and funder-based research data and open science initiatives. As part of the Research & Education team, the liaison also collaborates with other Research & Education librarians and Duke Health patrons.
The individual in this position joins a responsive, customer-service oriented department that provides instruction, advanced searching and systematic review services, in-depth research consultations, online and in-person help, and research impact services. We value diversity, collaboration, and creativity. We offer generous professional development and support opportunities to grow existing skills.
The Medical Center Library & Archives is a well-respected and integral component of biomedical research, quality health professions education, and patient care delivery. Duke University consistently ranks among the top health professions schools, top recipients of NIH funding, and top hospitals. Visit our website to view the full description: https://mclibrary.duke.edu/about/employment#professionaldata
SALARY AND BENEFITS
Salary for this position is competitive and based on experience and education. We welcome individuals with 3 or more years of experience for this role. Duke University offers excellent benefit packages, vacation and sick leave, and support for professional development. Please see: https://hr.duke.edu/benefits
Available immediately. Staff are currently working both remotely and on-site. On-site start date is negotiable.
Review of applications will begin December 6, 2021. Applications will be reviewed until the position is filled.
Please send cover letter(s), CV, and the names, email addresses, and telephone numbers of three references via email to:
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Sarah Cantrell, MLIS, AHIP
Associate Director for Research and Education Liaison to Graduate Medical Education Duke University Medical Center Library & Archives
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