From the ad:
The Center for Digital Humanities (CDH) at Princeton University invites applications for a Digital Humanities Postdoctoral Perkins Fellow in the Council of the Humanities, anticipated to start in July 2020.
As a member of the CDH team, the Digital Humanities Fellow will devote 50% time to participating in the life of the Center, which includes: collaborating with faculty, graduate students, librarians, programmers, and designers on DH projects, providing consultations, offering workshops, and attending regular staff meetings and CDH events. The other 50% of the candidate’s time will involve developing their own research project. Additionally, the successful candidate is expected to teach at least one, but no more than two, digital humanities courses per year during their fellowship, subject to sufficient enrollments and with the approval of the Dean of the Faculty. When teaching, they will carry the additional title of Lecturer, and research responsibilities will be reduced accordingly. The Perkins Fellow is also expected to participate in the life of the Humanities Council.