nyuNew York University is looking for a Data Curator in New York, NY. The post states, “The Center for Urban Science and Progress (CUSP) at New York University seeks a Data Curator: an information scientist who will work with faculty, researchers, and students in applied urban science to acquire and organize data related to New York City. CUSP is a dynamic research and academic center that requires a Data Curator to manage data ingest and access workflows, to catalog data using and maintaining controlled vocabularies, and to provide reference and data services to faculty, researchers, and students. The Data Curator will manage the Data Lifecycle from beginning to end to ensure that CUSP data is indexed, curated, and stored within the CUSP Data Warehouse for discovery and access. Strategy must be employed to scale for both data volume and data access growth.”

Qualifications for the position include: “3-5 years experience in a related field, such as applied science, metadata schema design and management, taxonomy management, or equivalent education and experience; relevant experience in research data management as a researcher, research data manager, research data repository manager, or in similar roles. Demonstrated experience in consulting with faculty or researchers regarding technology or metadata creation; Demonstrated understanding of the research and data lifecycle. Demonstrated experience in curating and handling large data sets with particular understanding of requirements for longer term digital archiving. Understanding of database systems, XML, RDF, scientific metadata standards, API development, and related technologies; as well as protocols such as OAI-PMH. Experience with ontologies and metadata issues related to the discovery of academic or data resources. Experience constructing and maintaining a controlled vocabulary.”

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