Princeton University seeks an innovative and collaborative individual to provide consultative data management and open data expertise to the Princeton research community, including partnering with researchers in preparing and uploading digital research data and in engaging in data management, retention, and curation practices. The research data specialist also contributes to the development and implementation of a data management training program to support researchers throughout the University and across the research lifecycle. Reporting to the Director of Research Data and Open Scholarship, this position is part of a research data service oriented toward Open Research goals, working to ensure consistent and effective practices related to the creation, organization, stewardship, curation, storage, and access to digital research data.
This position also provides critical support for active research data management by working as part of a team to help TigerData users, identify pain points in the metadata and data management process, work collaboratively to implement technical and process-oriented solutions, and recommend changes to the TigerData onboarding and/or metadata collection process. The Research Data Management Specialist works with other members of the newly formed TigerData team to maintain and grow research data management expertise for TigerData users and the University Research Community more broadly.
Research Data Management and Service Development
Promote Best Practices for Research Data across the Lifecycle
Community Tracking and Engagement
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