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Humanist Archives: Jan. 12, 2019, 7:17 a.m. Humanist 32.320 - postdoc (Bucknell); training & education officer, web developer, postdoc (Vienna)

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    [1]    From: Eliza Papaki 
           Subject: Job Opportunities by DARIAH-EU and ACDH (Austria) (46)

    [2]    From: Katherine Faull 
           Subject: DH Post doc position at Bucknell University (51)

        Date: 2019-01-11 17:40:59+00:00
        From: Eliza Papaki 
        Subject: Job Opportunities by DARIAH-EU and ACDH (Austria)

DARIAH-EU is seeking to hire a Training and Education Officer

We are seeking to hire an experienced Training and Education officer. As
the organisation enters its second decade of development, we are recruiting
a new Training and Education officer, to be based in Dublin, Ireland. This
key member of the DARIAH Coordination Office team will be responsible for
ensuring that DARIAH's training and education resources activities are
developed and sustained in a robust manner.

The DARIAH Training and Education Officer will be a member of the DARIAH
Coordination Office (DCO) team. The DCO is an 11-member distributed team
based across the DARIAH offices in Berlin, Paris, the Hague and Dublin. The
team meets weekly in a virtual space, and collaborates via a number of
channels to deliver on the overall DARIAH programme of work. The position
will be based in the Trinity Long Room Hub, Trinity College Dublins
Research Institute for the arts and humanities, and make its home in the
Hubs signature facility on historic Fellows Square.

Deadline for applications: January 21
More information on the position:

More Job Opportunities from the Austrian Center for Digital Humanities

The Austrian Centre for Digital Humanities, a research department of the
Austrian Academy of Sciences (Austrias leading non-university research
facility), is seeking a Web Developer and a Postdoc in Digital

The web developer will join an internationally networked team, pursuing
research on the border between ICT and humanities studies. Work will be
focused on the design and implementation of a full web application stack in
a complex technological environment to be developed as part of the
institutes engagement in a large H2020 infrastructure project.

The postdoc position will be at the centre of a new research focus that is
currently being established at the ACDHOeAW, on digital prosopography. The
role includes use of prosopographical resources built at the Austrian
Academy of Sciences, and contributions to an infrastructure
for prosopographical research.

Deadline for applications for both positions: January 31
To apply visit the website: https://www.oeaw.ac.at/acdh/team/open-positions/

        Date: 2019-01-11 13:02:22+00:00
        From: Katherine Faull 
        Subject: DH Post doc position at Bucknell University

DH Post doc position at Bucknell University

Five years ago Bucknell made a long-term investment in digital scholarship
for faculty and student initiatives. Humanities faculty have, as a result,
made significant strides in expanding their individual and collaborative
research to include digital forms of analysis and publication. The
[successful applicant] will join a team committed to supporting humanities
faculty from across the discipline, including Classics, Film & Media
Studies, History, Languages, Cultures and Linguistics, and Philosophy.
Faculty DH projects, funded with internal and external grant support, range
from those in development to those in implementation mode, and represent a
range of approaches to DH, from textual editing to data visualization.

This is a 12-month position. The salary is $50,000/year plus benefits.

To apply, please submit a cover letter, C.V., three letters of
recommendation, and a portfolio of work in DH via the online portal at
careers.bucknell.edu by January 15, 2019.

Appointed for two years (with the possibility of a one-year extension)
beginning in January 2019, the Bucknell Digital Humanities Postdoctoral
Fellow will work with faculty in the division of the Arts and Humanities to
initiate, advance, present and complete Digital Humanities research
projects via the application of critical computing skills and methods. This
is primarily a research-support position. However, it will involve
occasional supervision of undergraduate students engaged in faculty
research projects. The Fellow will be based in the new Hildreth-Mirza Hall,
which houses the Bucknell Humanities Center, the Bucknell University Press,
the Griot Institute for Africana Studies, and a robust DH infrastructure (e.g.,
the Humanities Lab).

The successful candidate will have a PhD in a humanities field, a
concentration in DH (or equivalent), and experience with: database creation
and management; coding in Python, JavaScript, and other applicable
programming languages; and web application and GUI design. This is a
position that requires excellent teamwork and project coordination skills

Ideally, candidates will also have experience working on collaborative DH
research projects, familiarity with relevant grant-seeking processes, and
their own active DH research agendas.

Katherine M. Faull, Ph.D.

Co-Chair, Department of Languages, Cultures and Linguistics, 2018-2021
Mellon Collaborative Research Fellow, Moravian Lives, Bucknell Humanities
Center, 2017-19
Presidential Professor of German and Humanities (2017-2020), Bucknell
Life Member, Clare Hall, University of Cambridge

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