2020-2022 CLIR Postdoctoral Fellowship Positions
CLIR will accept candidate applications for 2020-2022 Postdoctoral Fellowships on a rolling basis until all fellowships are filled. Fellowship opportunities will be posted on this page and to CLIR+DLF Jobs. To be considered for the positions below, candidates must apply using CLIR’s online application system.
New hosts and position descriptions will be added to this list as they become available. Candidates’ applications will be forwarded to all host institutions looking to hire fellows with similar qualifications. Some host institutions may create fellowship positions after the application deadline has passed, but candidates will still be considered for those positions when their qualifications match hosts’ requirements.
Postdoctoral Fellowships in Academic Libraries
These fellowships are open to any discipline; they are designed and funded by hosts, who also pay fees to CLIR to help cover the costs of fellows’ participation in program activities. The number of these fellowships varies; there is no set limit to the number of new fellowships of this type that can be awarded in any given year.
Additional position descriptions will be added as they become available.
Postdoctoral Fellowships in Data Curation for African American and African Studies
These fellowships are for recent Ph.D.s with expertise in any aspect of African American and/or African Studies; salaries, a portion of fringe benefits, and these fellows’ participation in program activities are fully funded through CLIR for selected hosts. These fellowships are supported by The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.
Postdoctoral Fellowships in Data Curation for Energy Social Science
These fellowships are for recent Ph.D.s with disciplinary expertise that can help advance data curation practices and services in energy social science; partial salary and benefits and these fellows’ participation in program activities are funded through CLIR for designated hosts. These fellowships are supported by the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation.