Master’s degree in library and information science from an ALA-accredited institution (or international equivalent), or terminal degree in another discipline and relevant experience.
4+ years’ experience in providing extensive research data services or support in an academic, industry, or equivalent environment.
Demonstrated advanced experience in one or more of the following areas, as they relate to research data: discovery, curation, management, analysis, preservation, presentation/visualization, computational workflows, algorithmic curation, geospatial data, imaging data.
Demonstrated commitment to and support for a culture of diversity, equity, and inclusion.
Knowledge of research processes and the role of data within contemporary research and scholarship.
Record of publications and/or presentations equivalent to that of faculty at the Associate Professor level.
Academic background or relevant experience in the sciences or social sciences.
Familiarity or experience with information policy implications for data-intensive research (copyright, privacy, etc.).
Demonstrated teaching, instruction, or presentation skills and facility working with a diverse range of audiences.