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 | 31 August 2011


UKPMC is hiring!

Project Manager for UKPMC

We are looking to recruit an experienced Project Manager to join the Literature Services Team at the European Bioinformatics Institute (EBI) located on the Wellcome Trust Genome Campus near Cambridge in the UK.

The Project Manager will be responsible for coordinating UK PubMed Central (UKPMC), a repository of 2 million full text biomedical research articles, supplemented with over 25 million abstracts, database links and citation information. UKPMC is being developed by groups at the EBI, the British Library, and the University of Manchester and is funded by all major UK funders of biological and biomedical research, led by the Wellcome Trust.

We are looking for an experienced Project Manager to run the core UKPMC project. This is an excellent opportunity to contribute to an ambitious project that aims to become the literature resource of choice for life science and biomedical researchers in the UK, Europe and beyond.

More details and a full job description are available on the EBI website.

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