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Vacancy at the University of Melbourne: Research Data Curator
Research Data Curator
Location: Melbourne, Victoria
Position Type: Permananent, Full Time
Salary: 90,341– 97,783 AUD p.a. plus 17% superannuation
Closing date: Friday 13 February 2015 (AEDT – Australian Eastern Daylight Time)
The University of Melbourne is advertising for a Research Data Curator to work within the Research group at Research & Collections (University LIbrary). This is an exciting opportunity to be part of a leading international university with a tradition of excellence in teaching and research.The successful candidate will be a highly flexible, collaborative and innovative individual, committed to providing the best possible service to our research community. The role requires a range of operational and project-based activities that will advance the Library’s strategic objectives for expanded research data identification, management, curation and preservation support, tools and services.
- For more details and to submit an application, see: http://jobs.staff.unimelb.edu.au/ci/en/job/885097/research-data-curator
Call for Consultancy: Mechanism for International Criminal Tribunals
Call for Consultancy: Mechanism for the International Criminal Tribunals, Digital Preservation Expert
Location: The Hague, The Netherlands
Date Issued: 19th Jan 2015
Closing Date: 26th Jan 2015
The Mechanism for International Criminal Tribunals (MICT), requires an expert consultant in digital preservation management to support the acquisition and implementation of a digital preservation system. The consultant must have experience of, and expertise in, the acquisition and implementation of digital preservation systems for institutions. The consultant must be independent of any vendor of digital preservation systems. The consultant’s advice and actions must be consistent with current digital preservation standards (e.g.ISO 14721 and ISO 16363) and best practices. English and French are the working languages of the Mechanism. For this consultancy, the consultant will be required to work, and provide all deliverables, in English.
For more information see: http://www.unmict.org/en/recruitment
Vacancy at The National Archives: Senior Digital Archivist (Maternity Cover)
Senior Digital Archivist (Maternity Cover)
Location: Kew, London
Position Type: Full-time, temporary (6 months with possibility of extension)
Closing Date: Sunday 18th January 2015 at midnight
The National Archives seeks to appoint a Senior Digital Archivist to cover a period of maternity leave.Building on our award-winning experience in the preservation of digital records we are developing a new Digital Records Infrastructure (DRI) to sustain our rapidly increasing digital collection. This system will preserve a huge range of digital material in a wide variety of formats. You will be leading a small team that liaises with staff across The National Archives and with other government departments including high-profile Inquiries, to ensure that all digital material in The National Archives' custody meets the standards required for ingest and preservation in DRI, ensuring the security and integrity of the record throughout the process. The nature of the work undertaken means that you will be required to undergo Security Check clearance.
- For more information see: Full job description andadvertisement
Vacancy at Archaeology Data Service: Collections Development Manager
Collections Development Manager
Position Type: Full-time
Salary: £30,434 - £37,394 a year
Closing Date: 18/01/2015
Applications are invited for the position of Collections Development Manager in the Archaeology Data Service, available from February 2015. This is an opportunity to take a key project management role within a team environment. You will be responsible for developing the digital collections of the ADS and promotion of its activities.You should have a first degree and postgraduate qualification, at least one of which should be in archaeology, excellent communication skills, and a good working knowledge of the historic environment sector in the UK.
- Full details available here: https://jobs.york.ac.uk/wd/plsql/wd_portal.show_job?p_web_site_id=3885&p_web_page_id=206767
Request for Information: International Criminal Tribunal Seeks Digital Preservation System
Supply of a system for the preservation and management of its digital archives in compliance with the Open Archival Information System (“OAIS”) framework, including maintenance thereof.
Client: United Nations Mechanism for International Criminal Tribunals
Location: The Netherlands
Date Issued: 18 December 2014
Closing Date: 10 January 2015
The Mechanism for International Criminal Tribunals (“MICT” or “the Mechanism”) is seeking information from potential vendors on current/existing commercial solutions, custom solutions, and other relevant information for the preservation and management of its digital archives in compliance with the Open Archival Information System (“OAIS”) framework.
This RFI is to determine solutions that meet this requirement and, if so: how the solution meets the requirement; what the capabilities and limitations of the solution are with respect to the five preservation functions of Ingest, Data Management, Storage, Access, Preservation Planning, Administration; what are the existing pricing models; and what are the models for support and maintenance.
The Mechanism is the successor of the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia (“ICTY”) and the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda (“ICTR”). It was established by Security Council Resolution 1966 on 22 December 2010. It has two branches, in Arusha and The Hague, which began functioning on 1 July 2012 and 1 July 2013 respectively.
The ICTY and the ICTR were established in 1993 and 1994 respectively and have, over the last two decades, accumulated large quantities of both physical and digital records. These records document all aspects of the work of the Tribunals including, but not limited to: investigations, indictments and court proceedings, the detention of accused persons, the protection of witnesses, the enforcement of sentences and relationships with States, other law enforcement authorities, international and non-governmental organizations and the general public.
The Mechanism, which is to be a lean and efficient institution, is mandated to manage the archives of the ICTR, the ICTY, and the Mechanism itself, which collectively constitute the International Criminal Tribunals’ Archives (“Archives”). The Archives comprise physical and digital records which have been selected for long-term or permanent preservation.
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