Madison, WI: Public Access Compliance Specialist – Ebling Library, UW Madison

UW Madison – Ebling Library

The Ebling Library seeks an enthusiastic and forward-thinking individual to build expanded services in support of public access compliance throughout the campus. Reporting to the Ebling Library Director, the Public Access Compliance Specialist will provide a variety of services to support PIs, researchers, authors and others in complying with the public access requirements of 24 federal agencies and a number of other non-profit funders. This position will be responsible for maintaining awareness of public access compliance requirements of publications through strategic communication, training and providing services to support PIs, grant administrators and others with compliance processes. The Public Access Compliance Specialist is expected to work collaboratively with library liaisons of the Ebling Library and the General Library System, with the campus network of grant and department administrators, and with faculty and staff.

Experience and proficiency in Microsoft Office, particularly Word, Excel, and PowerPoint required
– Demonstrated commitment to patron-focused service preferred
– Demonstrated experience in both independent and collaborative work preferred
– Ability to work effectively within a diverse patron community preferred
– Effective communication skills preferred
– Experience in presenting/presentations live or online preferred
– Familiarity with NIH and OSTP public access policy requirements strongly preferred
– Understanding of data collection, usage, management, and sharing is preferred
– Experience and proficiency in web development preferred
– Demonstrated commitment to including individuals of diverse backgrounds, experiences, races, ethnicities, genders and perspectives in research, teaching, service and other work preferred



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Student & Alumni Services Coordinator for the School of Library & Information Studies at the University of Wisconsin-Madison
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