If you love science and the open source movement, then a job at the Public Library of Science would be a perfect fit for you.

Displaying 1-10 of 116 results.
Senior Associate, .Net Developer (Public Sector)
Arlington, VA
View
Communications Specialist
Rockville, MD
View
Senior Associate, Front-End Engineer - Angular (Public Sector)
Arlington, VA
View
Senior Data Scientist
Mc Lean, VA
View
Senior Associate, Front-End Engineer - Angular (Public Sector)
Arlington, VA
View
Wireless Engineer
Arlington, VA
View
ServiceNow Process Lead
Rockville, MD
View
Senior Associate, Front-End Engineer - Angular (Public Sector)
Arlington, VA
View
Strategic Communications Specialist
Fairfax, VA
View
ASSISTANT DIVISION CHIEF - PUBLIC SERVICES
Ashburn, VA
View

Search more jobs

Most scientific literature isn’t what I’d call an easy read, so I wouldn’t be surprised if most of you aren’t beating down the doors to get your hands on the newest research papers. Unless you are a big consumer of research literature, then you probably don’t care much about the openness of scientific and medical publishing, but you should. Open sharing of information can significantly promote innovation, and who can argue against wanting more advances in science and medicine? The Public Library of Science is all about open sharing, as they are a San Francisco, CA based “nonprofit organization of scientists and physicians committed to making the world’s scientific and medical literature a public resource.” They were founded in 2000, and since then they’ve been pushing for scientific and medical journals that “are immediately available online, with no charges for access and no restrictions on subsequent redistribution or use.”

Open Up Your Job Search

The Public Library of Science has three main goals that are hard to argue against:

  • Open the doors to the world’s library of scientific knowledge by giving any scientist, physician, patient, or student – anywhere in the world – unlimited access to the latest scientific research.
  • Facilitate research, informed medical practice, and education by making it possible to freely search the full text of every published article to locate specific ideas, methods, experimental results, and observations.
  • Enable scientists, librarians, publishers, and entrepreneurs to develop innovative ways to explore and use the world’s treasury of scientific ideas and discoveries.

If you love science and think the open source movement is one of the coolest recent social movements, then a job at the Public Library of Science would be a perfect fit for you. You can check out all of their available opportunities on their Jobs page; however, none of the jobs currently posted are explicitly entry level. Depending on what kind of things you’ve done up to this point, the Production Editor and Agile Quality Engineer positions might be worth checking out. You can apply for a job at the Public Library of Science by sending a resume and cover letter to jobs@plos.org with the job title as the subject line.

Links to Help You Begin Your Research

What do you think of the Public Library of Science’s push for openness?

We've identified Public Library of Science as having career opportunities in the following categories:


Jobs Near You

Cloud Application Security Engineer
ManTech International Corporation Chantilly, VA
View
Pizza Delivery Driver
Marco's Pizza Broadlands, VA
View
Server ($30-$40 per hour)
Baker's Crust Ashburn, VA
View
Part Time Design Associate with Hourly Pay and Commission
The Tile Shop Sterling, VA
View
Pest Control Technician
Dodson Brothers Exterminating Company Leesburg, VA
View

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published.

Copyright © 2007-2015 One Day, One Job. All rights reserved.