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NEDBIB-L  July 2008

NEDBIB-L July 2008

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Job vacancy

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"Minnee, Tilly" <[log in to unmask]>

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Discussielijst voor Bibliothecarissen en Informatieprofessionals <[log in to unmask]>

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Tue, 8 Jul 2008 08:05:47 +0200

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Job vacancy 
 
The Royal Tropical Institute (KIT) in Amsterdam is a multifaceted centre of expertise for international cooperation, healthcare and culture. Its main focus is on sustainable development and poverty alleviation. 
 
KIT Information & Library Services offers one of the world’s largest collections of scientific and popular books, periodicals, articles and maps concerning developing countries. The department also cooperates with partners in the South with the aim of contributing to capacity building in information technology and information management. For the themes Sexual & Reproductive Health, HIV/AIDS, Gender & Women, Agriculture & Environment, we compose special information products, such as portals, journals and resource books. 
 
The unit for information projects and products delivers its services to clients worldwide. The focus is on information products on the internet. The unit is also involved in research and development activities and in international projects focusing on capacity building in information services in academic, research and cultural organisations in developing countries. Presently the unit for information projects and products is looking for an enthusiastic Information Specialist. 
 
Information Specialist 
for an average of 32 to 38 hours a week 
Main responsibilities 
 
 *   Develop and maintain information products, both on the internet and in print, on subjects related to international and development cooperation; this includes selecting and annotating references to background information as well as soliciting written contributions from experts in the field 
 *   Contribute to the identification of trends and themes that qualify as subjects for new information products 
 *   Perform in-depth information searches and desk studies in the field of development research 
 *   Participate in the departments research and development activities 
 *   Participate in capacity building projects in developing countries 
 
We ask 
 
 *   HBO level or equivalent in information management or a development-related discipline 
 *   Excellent knowledge of search techniques, in bibliographic databases as well as on the internet 
 *   Excellent knowledge of current developments in the field of information management 
 *   Knowledge of the international information infrastructure, with an emphasis on development-related research 
 *   Excellent communication skills, both verbal and written, in English and preferably also in Dutch 
 *   Ability and willingness to conduct occasional missions in developing countries 
 *   Relevant working experience 
 
Experience with research and development activities in the field of information services and work experience in developing countries are regarded as assets. 
 
 
 
We offer 
The salary, based on age, qualifications and experience, is between € 2.218 and € 3.369 gross per month for a 38-hour working week. In addition, there is an 8% holiday allowance and admission to the KIT pension fund (ABP). 
Information 
Information about this position may be obtained from Mr. H. Heemskerk, Head of ILS Information Projects and Products, telephone +31 (0)20 568 8320, or per e-mail: [log in to unmask]<mailto:[log in to unmask]>. 
General information about KIT and its departments can be found on: www.kit.nl<http://www.kit.nl/>. 
Applications 
Written applications specifying abilities and interest for this position including a curriculum vitae should be submitted, before August 1st,  2008 to KIT, Personnel, Organization & Information, attn.: Mrs. J. Augustin, PO Box 95001, 1090 HA Amsterdam, the Netherlands or by e-mail: [log in to unmask]<mailto:[log in to unmask]>. 
 
 
 
KIT Information & Library Services 
 
Royal Tropical Institute 
 
Mauritskade 63 [1092 AD] 
 
P.O. Box 95001, 1090 HA Amsterdam 
 
The Netherlands 
 
F +31 (0)20 <faxnummer invullen> 
www.kit.nl<http://www.kit.nl/> 
 
............................................................................... 
 
The Royal Tropical Institute (KIT) is an independent centre of knowledge and expertise in the areas of international and intercultural cooperation. 
............................................................................... 
 
This message may contain information that is not intended for you. If you are not the addressee or if this message was sent to you by mistake, you are requested to inform the sender and delete the message. 
 
KIT accepts no liability for damage of any kind resulting from the risks inherent in the electronic transmission of messages. 
............................................................................... 
 
 

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