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CLIR Postdoctoral Fellowship in Software Curation

13 Mar 2019 08:20 | Contact (Administrator)

Carnegie Mellon University
Deadline: Open until filled

The Carnegie Mellon University Libraries invites applications for a two-year CLIR Postdoctoral Fellow for Software Curation. The primary focus of the fellowship will be to collaborate with faculty, students, library staff, and technologists to advance the Libraries’ software preservation and curation strategies. The Fellow will partner with CMU Libraries and research faculty and staff from a range of CMU colleges and programs to develop and implement strategies for a sustainable approach to supporting life-cycle management of research software. They will also help to train faculty, staff, and students in software preservation tools and techniques. Through this research activity, the Fellow will play a key role in developing a model for software preservation and curation workflows, policies, and strategies in the CMU Libraries. This Fellow’s time will be split between pursuing their own original research, and collaborating with and mentoring other researchers, including faculty, graduate students, and undergraduates pursuing open science. Applicants must be comfortable working in an interdisciplinary and collaborative research setting and have a working understanding of the research life-cycle.

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