The Research Publications and Data Management Division at the Princeton Plasma Physics Laboratory (PPPL) is seeking a highly motivated part-time (up to 0.5 FTE) Open Science Liaison to support the Lab’s public access requirements compliant with Department of Energy (DOE) Orders and policies. The division provides researchers, engineers, and managers with information and resources to navigate the complex landscape of academic publishing, research data management, as well as U.S. and international policies on open access.
Reporting to the Research Publications and Data Management Division Manager, the Open Science Liaison will engage with researchers and engineers on (1) copyright agreements, copyright license selection, and requirements/needs per Lab’s public access policies; (2) classify Scientific and Technical Information (STI) products (e.g. publications, research datasets, technical reports, presentations, posters) under export control rules; and (3) analyze the Laboratory’s STI compliance and generate visual reports to help inform policies and processes.
In addition, the Open Science Liaison will (1) review public access reports provided by the DOE, (2) help maintain online web resource content in response to the Lab’s public access requirement policies, and (3) track academic journal impact factors for the Lab’s publications.
To apply, please provide your résumé and a brief cover letter with your application.
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