Category: Job Announcements

Job: Associate Professorship in Digital Humanities (for 4 years)

To strengthen its Priority Area Digital Humanities, the Faculty of Humanities (University of Amsterdam) invites applications for an Associate Professor in Digital Humanities.

The candidate will bring a relevant and innovative research agenda in Digital Humanities and will be especially interested the development and application of digital methods in the humanities. Digital research corpora of literature, art, music and language are changing the humanities in a spectacular way, leading to new questions that seemed unanswerable until very recently. The Digital Humanities or e-Humanities transcend the individual humanities disciplines, and candidates will be at home in more than one discipline.

Deadline for applications: 1 August 2012.

Job: Digital Scholarship Librarian, Washington and Lee University

 

Washington and Lee Job Site.

Within a team environment, the Digital Scholarship Librarian (DSL) will provide vision and energy in designing discovery and delivery pathways that facilitate access to the university’s digital resources and collections. The variety of digital content includes publications, images, video, and audio formats. The responsibilities include overall management of digital resources, including the library’s licensed resources and growing digital repository. The successful candidate will guide development of digital initiatives and work with library and ITS colleagues and vendors to resolve complex issues relating to scholarly content systems.

 

The DSL is one of seven positions within the library that collectively constitute the library’s Technical Services Department. This person supervises two full-time staff and a few student assistants, and coordinates the work of others in the fulfillment of their responsibilities.

 

The DSL is a non-tenure-track faculty appointment with responsibility for maintaining an active research and development program in digital scholarship and the advancement of digital scholarship in liberal arts colleges.

 

 

Jobs: Multiple positions at the Berkman Center for Internet and Society

Berkman is Hiring! Project Manager, Lead Platform Manager, Senior Systems Architect, Junior Web Developer | Berkman Center.

The Berkman Center for Internet & Society has three new job listings for which we are now accepting applications.  These technically-inclined leadership positions will provide the right candidates the chance to join Berkman’s dynamic community in our collaborative exploration of some of the Internet’s most interesting, challenging, and compelling issues, and the freedom and responsibility to help direct our cutting-edge initiatives.

We are excited to launch our search for the following positions:

In addition, we are still accepting applications for a:

Job: Digital Services Librarian at Loyola University Chicago Libraries

DigitalKoans » Blog Archive » Digital Services Librarian at Loyola University Chicago Libraries.

The Digital Services Librarian provides expertise in creating and managing library digital collections, such as digital special collections, electronic theses and dissertations, and other born-digital or retrospectively digitized materials. This position assumes primary responsibility for the administration and development of university’s institutional repository and participates in the management of library’s web presence. This position also works collaboratively with electronic resources librarians to support access to online databases and full-text journals.

Job: Humanities Administrator, National Foundation on the Arts and the Humanities

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Job Title: Humanities Administrator

Department: National Foundation on the Arts and the Humanities

Agency: National Endowment for the Humanities

Job Announcement Number: 12-012

SALARY RANGE:

$62,467.00 to $97,333.00 / Per Year

OPEN PERIOD:

Wednesday, June 06, 2012 to Thursday, July 05, 2012

SERIES & GRADE:

GS-1701-11/12

POSITION INFORMATION:

Full Time – Term NTE 13 months

PROMOTION POTENTIAL:

12

DUTY LOCATIONS:

1 vacancy(s) – District of Columbia, DC United StatesView Map

WHO MAY BE CONSIDERED:

United States Citizens

 

Job: Grant Specialist, U. of Kansas Hall Center for the Humanities

The University of Kansas Hall Center for the Humanities. Responsible for collaborative & interdisciplinary grant development with special emphasis on the digital humanities. Required qualifications: Master’s, two years of experience, strong communication skills, academic experience, & strong computer skills. July 2 application deadline, salary commensurate with experience, online application required: https://jobs.ku.edu, position # 00208158. EO/AA.

Job: Digital Project Manager, Carnegie Hall

We seek a Digital Project Manager to manage the day-to-day timeline and work flow for Carnegie Hall’s Digital Archives Project, a comprehensive initiative that will digitize extensive paper and audio-visual holdings documenting the Hall’s 120-year history, ensuring that they are preserved for future generations and made increasingly accessible to the public.  Manage vendor relationships, perform quality control on results of digitization work, and monitor project outcomes.  Serve as key team member participating in selection of new digital asset management system, taking the lead in developing taxonomy and metadata for digital materials.  Serve as Archives point person in coordinating plans to create digital repository designed to house both the Hall’s legacy collections as well as newly-created digital content.  This position will be in place throughout the first three years of the Digital Archives Project and may extend beyond that time based on project requirements.

Job: Research Developer, Digital Resource for Palaeography (DigiPal), King’s College London

The Department of Digital Humanities (DDH), King’s College London is looking for a highly motivated and technically sophisticated individual to work as a developer on the research project “Digital Resource and Database of Palaeography, Manuscripts and Diplomatic” (DigiPal: http://digipal.eu/). The position will involve designing and developing computer tools and methods to facilitate digital scholarship in the study of medieval and ancient handwriting and documents.

The successful candidate for this position will have wide experience in modelling structured data and developing tools to search, query, retrieve and display them using relational databases and related technologies; in designing, writing and modifying programs which facilitate content creation; and collaborating in the development of integrated interfaces for web publication.

Job: Asst Prof, U.S. 19th C. History, Public and Digital History, Western University, Ontario

The Department of History invites applications for exceptional scholars for one (1) tenure-stream position at the Assistant Professor level to commence July 1, 2013 in the following:

United States, 19th c. with preference given to research on race in U.S. and in the Atlantic triangle (including Africa and/or Caribbean) and/or interest in American Studies.

The Department is especially interested in scholars who have research and teaching strengths coincident with those of the Department, including Public and Digital History.