Open Call for OSCG Committee Members!

Position: Open Science Community Groningen – Committee Member (voluntary)

About OSCG: The Open Science Community Groningen (OSCG) aims to make it easier for everyone in Groningen to facilitate large-scale adoption of open, reproducible, and responsible scientific methods. By bringing together people who are interested in open science and supporting existing open science initiatives, the OSCG promotes responsible research practices and policies that encourage open science.

Job description: Implementation of Open Science practices in Groningen has grown leaps and bounds over the past years, with strong support from the Open Science Program. To further strengthen the ongoing initiatives and activities organised across Groningen, the OSCG is looking for enthusiastic committee members to help strengthen connections across the different initiatives.  

We are looking for early career researchers (i.e. ReMa, PhD, PostDoc) and academic staff (i.e. data managers, research support, lecturers) as the OSCG builds on its activities to facilitate grassroot OS practices. 


  • Work towards improving dissemination of OS practices in Groningen
  • Help with the planning and execution of workshops and events aimed at promoting awareness and adoption of Open Science practices
  • Be an advocate for OS practices within the broader scientific community and participate in outreach efforts to raise awareness about the importance of OS.
  • Engage with members of the OSCG, which comprise of teachers, policy officers, support staff, researchers and students to gather feedback, share resources, and foster collaboration.


  • Be passionate about OS and its dissemination across 
  • Strong commitment to promoting OS practices
  • Ability to manage multiple tasks and deadlines.

Time commitment: 4 hours per month

If you are interested, you can submit your application here

We look forward to working with you! 

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