New projects in which we’re advancing the FAIR agenda and continued growth of our consultancy work mean that we are recruiting again at the DCC. If that’s enough to pique your interest, follow the link now and ensure that your application reaches us by the closing date of 10th May 2019. If not, read on and let me try to persuade you why this could be the opportunity for you.
We’re recruiting at least two new staff to join our distributed team at the DCC. The successful applicants will spend much of their time on one or other of the FAIRs FAIR or RDA Europe 4 projects, but will also have the opportunity to engage with other areas of DCC work such as training and consultancy. You will already have some knowledge of issues around data reuse, which you may have acquired as someone who generates data, who uses it or who supports those who do either of these things, in either the public or private sector. We’re not looking for experts – just for people who have some relevant knowledge and have the capacity to expand that through working with our friendly and knowledgeable team. There is a significant amount of travel associated with most of our work and you will have the opportunity to take advantage of this, along with the opportunity to work with leading organisations around the world.
Depending on your skills and interests you’ll spend time on other areas of DCC activity as well. In recent months, these have included training for universities and researchers in the UK, Japan, Malaysia, Norway and South Africa, and work for funders such as the ERC and Wellcome Trust and for UK national research facilities. We run services such as DMPonline for customers around the world, and there’s also our annual conference, IDCC, and much more. We offer flexible working practices and a supportive working environment with a diverse and friendly team in Edinburgh and Glasgow. We encourage applications from all communities.
You’ll need to use the University of Edinburgh’s online recruitment system to apply. This requires you to register; please don’t leave it until the last minute to enter your application. (You can revise an application that’s already been submitted as long as you do so before the closing date.) If you would like to discuss these posts informally, please contact me (Kevin Ashley – email@example.com), Sarah Jones (firstname.lastname@example.org) or the DCC helpdesk (email@example.com) Applications will close at 1700 UTC on May 10th. For the right candidates, this is an ideal opportunity to broaden your knowledge and experience. That candidate is very possibly you – we look forward to hearing from you.