Job Opportunity: University of Greenwich is looking for a Research Outputs Manager!

Greenwich Research and Enterprise

Location:  Greenwich
Salary:  £38,183 to £46,924 plus £4546 London weighting
Contract Type:  Open
Closing Date:  Monday 20 March 2017
Interview Date:  To be confirmed
Reference:  1346

Greenwich Research and Enterprise (GRE) is the University’s central office responsible for developing a supportive research culture and establishing links with industry and enterprise. GRE works across four service areas: research services, business development and enterprise services, commercial and IP services, and business support services.

The university is investing in expanding its research services and recognises high quality support is pivotal to its research environment and is now recruiting a Research Outputs Manager to join the GRE Research Development Services team at Greenwich.

This role will lead the development of library services as they relate to research outputs and research data management in order to meet the needs of the University’s research community, external research funders, and the requirements of the Research Excellence Framework. In particular, this will involve overseeing the ongoing development of the Institutional Repository – GALA (Greenwich Academic Literature Archive) – ensuring its effective use for Open Access requirements, and the development and implementation of a Research Data Management Policy & Framework.

Please see the Job Description & Person Specification for further details and please apply using the online application form.

 

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