Are you innovative and flexible, and would you like to work for an international library organisation?
Are you aware of recent developments in the library sector? Do you have a talent for working with stakeholders from different countries? Come join the LIBER team.
LIBER is looking for a EU Projects Officer, based at our office in the National Library of The Netherlands. LIBER in involved in EU Projects in the areas of open access, copyright and text and data mining, digital heritage, research data management and research data infrastructures.
You will be joining a small and international team of highly motivated individuals and must be comfortable working both as part of a team and autonomously.
Terms and conditions of employment
This position is full time for a period of 1 year.
The post will be located in the LIBER Office in the National Library of the Netherlands in The Hague. Travel outside The Netherlands will be required. Out-of-hours working, including occasional weekends, will also be expected in association with conferences and meetings.
Full job description available here: projects_officer_job_description 2015
The salary will be on Scale 8: minimum € 2,285.00 to maximum €3,061.00 gross per month full-time, plus a vacation allowance of 8% and a December allowance of 8.33%.
Interested? Please send your CV with a covering letter in English to: email@example.com. Please mention clearly your phone number and skype ID. Only applications from individuals with a valid visa to work in Europe can be considered. Applications from LIBER members or other individuals wishing to work on secondment are strongly encouraged.
Deadline for applications: June 7th. Skype interviews will be held on the week of July 27th (to be confirmed).
More about us
LIBER (Ligue des Bibliothèques Européennes de Recherche/Association of European Research Libraries) represents over 400 member institutions and organisations from more than forty countries and is the principal association of European research libraries. LIBER has an exciting and dynamic future programme. Its current strategic goals are in the areas of scholarly communication and research infrastructures, reshaping research libraries to meet future needs, advocacy and communications, library management, and the development of services and facilities for European researchers.