Difference between revisions of "Careers in OA"

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* This list contains specific job types found in Open Access. Due to the fluid nature of Open Access, this list can’t hope to be all inclusive.  
 
* This list contains specific job types found in Open Access. Due to the fluid nature of Open Access, this list can’t hope to be all inclusive.  
  
* Please annotate to indicate what sort of education the position typically requires, whether the position is typically full- or part-time, and what titles are used for the position. If a position only involves OA some of the time, include it with an annotation rather than exclude it.
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* Many of examples listed are no longer open. The links are provided as examples and may not reflect current listings. If the link leads to an error page, the link is red. It’s still included here to provide further examples of job types.
** Although this is not a list of job ads, links to sample ads can be useful annotations to these positions.
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* Alphabetical by title (understanding that some positions are commonly described by many different titles).
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* Contributors should add jobs as they see fit, and, if there is no description already available, contributors should create a description for the job.
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* This list is arranged alphabetically with a note of the types of institutions typically hiring for that type of job. Sections are not used because of the overlap of so many jobs would lead to a lot of duplicate entries. Additionally, any required degrees and whether it is a part or full-time position.
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* Related lists in OAD:  [[Jobs in open access]]. '''NOTE:''' it’s no longer actively maintained but includes good examples of job ads that have been used to fill Open Access positions
  
* Related lists in OAD:  [[Jobs in open access]] (job ads for specific vacancies).
 
  
 
* Questions before launch
 
* Questions before launch

Revision as of 11:47, 2 April 2014

Oad2.jpeg This list is part of the Open Access Directory.

This list is still under development. Every part of it may change before the official launch, including its title, URL, and method of organization.

  • This list contains specific job types found in Open Access. Due to the fluid nature of Open Access, this list can’t hope to be all inclusive.
  • Many of examples listed are no longer open. The links are provided as examples and may not reflect current listings. If the link leads to an error page, the link is red. It’s still included here to provide further examples of job types.
  • Contributors should add jobs as they see fit, and, if there is no description already available, contributors should create a description for the job.
  • This list is arranged alphabetically with a note of the types of institutions typically hiring for that type of job. Sections are not used because of the overlap of so many jobs would lead to a lot of duplicate entries. Additionally, any required degrees and whether it is a part or full-time position.
  • Related lists in OAD: Jobs in open access. NOTE: it’s no longer actively maintained but includes good examples of job ads that have been used to fill Open Access positions


  • Questions before launch
    • Should we organize these by institution? For example, Libraries, Museums, Publishers, Universities .... Makes sense, but in that case how list positions that could occur at any of the above (e.g. manager of a digitization project)?

  • Curator of digital exhibits for a museum
  • Digital librarian
  • Director of the scholarly communications office at a university
  • Editor (or editorial staff) at an OA journal or OA publisher
  • Manager of a digitization project
  • Manager of the institutional repository at a university
  • OA publisher (of books and/or journals)
  • Scholarly communications librarian
  • Curation Tools and Services Developer (UK)