Application is currently ongoing for the position of Scientific Information Specialist in Law at Utrecht University.
As a subject specialist candidate will work within the Academic Services sector of Utrecht University Library. This sector – approximately 35 FTEs – provides services supporting education and research; particularly as these transition towards Open Science. In collaboration with the other sectors of the University Library, this sector adapts its services flexibly to the changing needs of Researchers, Teachers, and students. The sector is result-oriented. This means that candidates have a lot of freedom to organize their work themselves.
This position requires strong communication skills and personal qualities such as customer-oriented, analytical skills, results-oriented, network, and team player.
- building and maintaining a relevant network in the Faculty of Law, Economics, and Governance and with colleagues in and outside Utrecht University Library;
- select literature in the fields of private law, constitutional and administrative law, legal history and governance in printed and electronic form, in close collaboration with Researchers;
- ensuring the provision of good information and stimulating the optimal use of library services for research and education;
- advice to students, Researchers, and Lectures as part of the Copyright Information Office;
- together with colleagues (further) develop, test, and innovate (new) services for the creation, management, and (re)use of scientific information.
- Depending on relevant background and experience, the gross monthly salary on a full-time basis ranges from €2,790 and €4,402 per month.
- A laptop and smartphone from the University Library.
- Holiday allowance (8%) and end-of-year bonus (8.3%).
- Utrecht University offers excellent secondary conditions, including an attractive retirement scheme, (partly paid) parental leave, and flexible employment conditions.
- Master’s degree in Law;
- at least two years of relevant work experience;
- interest in/demonstrable experience with innovation;
- affinity with scientific communication and a university environment;
- strong in transferring and sharing knowledge;
- excellent command of the Dutch and English language. International candidates are required to have a minimum level (B2) of the Dutch language.
To apply, applicants are to upload their motivation letter and a curriculum vitae via the ‘application’ button below.
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Application Deadline: February 1, 2021
For more information and application, visit the official site.