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As the German National Library of Science and Technology our future-oriented services ensure the infrastructural requirements for a high-quality supply of information and literature for research in science and industry. Our services as a university library secure the local supply for the Leibniz University Hannover.
The Technische Informationsbibliothek – Leibniz Information Centre for Science and Technology – Program Area C, Research and Development, is looking to employ a
Software Developer for the Open Science Lab (m/f/d)
to join at the earliest possible opportunity.
The position can be occupied with a regular weekly working time of 19.90 hours (part-time) and limited for 24 months or alternatively with 39.80 hours (full-time) and limited for 12 months. The position is generally suitable for part-time work.
Depending on your qualification (Bachelor’s/Master’s degree) and the assigned tasks and responsibilities, you will be classified in either pay scale group 12 or 13 TV-L.
The Open Science Lab (OSL) at TIB is concerned with the development towards a digital, open and collaborative science and supports scientific institutions and communities by developing and testing methods and software tools together with them that are useful for research activities.
One focus of its work is the support and technical development of the projects carried out by TIB in the area of open research information, especially on the basis of the open source software VIVO. This includes further development in coordination with the VIVO community and in line with VIVO activities at TIB, as well as collaboration in projects such as ConDIDI and GESAH.
Your tasks will focus on
Desired additions to your profile
What we offer
The German National Library of Science and Technology (TIB) develops open services and infrastructures in the field of Open Science (e. g. Open Access, Open Data, Open Educational Resources) and increasingly relies on the development and use of Open Source Software products.
Last but not least, we attach great importance to an open and creative working atmosphere in which it is fun to work.
Furthermore, we offer
If you are interested, questions regarding the position can be addressed to Christian Hauschke, Open Science Lab, by mail at Christian.Hauschke@tib.eu.
How to apply
We look forward to receiving your application.
Paper applications are also possible on an equal basis. In this case, please send your complete application documents with the subject 75/2021 before 19th November 2021 addressed to
Technische Informationsbibliothek (TIB)
Herrn Daniel Eilers
Welfengarten 1 B
or alternatively as a single PDF document file to Bewerbung@tib.eu. For applications in digital from, please send a PDF file with a maximum size of 10 MB
Who we are
TIB, being part of the Leibniz Research Association, is with around 550 employees one of the largest technical information centres in Germany, having three main functions:
TIB is an equal opportunity employer, providing ideal working conditions, and continuously taking action to enable its employees to combine career interests with family life.
Severely disabled candidates with comparable qualifications will be given preferential treatment.
We welcome applications from all nationalities.
Please indicate in the subject of your application which job exchange brought our offer to your attention.
Please note that your application documents will not be returned, and application and travel costs cannot be reimbursed.