The University of Arizona (UA) Libraries is seeking a Geospatial Specialist to develop an interdisciplinary service program supporting the geographic information systems (GIS) and geospatial data needs of the UA research and instruction communities. Emphasized in the position are impactful instruction/training, extensive research support, and active engagement in campus outreach and collaboration. Applications are due by January 15, 2024 with an anticipated hire date of April 15, 2024.
The Department of Performing and Fine Arts at York College invites applications for a full-time tenure track Assistant Professor position for the Communications Technology program to begin Fall 2024. The program is seeking creative and innovative scholars with a specialty in media design, animation, and interactive media. Responsibilities and duties include teaching a range of media courses (animation, film, media installation, interactive media) and participating in curriculum development. Applications are due by December 11, 2023.
The Atlanta Interdisciplinary AI (AIAI) Network at Emory University is seeking to hire a 2-year Post Doctoral Fellow. The AIAI Network is an intra-institutional network of Atlanta-based researchers who are investigating whether and, if so, how AI can be enlisted ethically, equitably, and in the service of justice. The project draws inspiration from the place of Atlanta and from the presence of the humanities alongside technical knowledge and community expertise. In addition to participating in the activities of the AIAI Network, the position involves teaching one course in the first year and two in the second in the Department of English. Applications are due by January 16, 2024.
The University of Virginia Press seeks to hire a partially remote Editorial and Technical Specialist for their Rotunda division which digitally publishes peer-reviewed scholarly works. The successful candidate will be working primarily on the American History collections and other Rotunda publications as needed. The successful candidate will have a solid background in digital humanities and/or digital library skills and projects. Experience with XML and XML editing is a requirement, and ideally with related programming technologies such as XSLT and XQuery; other relevant skills include general web development/programming and familiarity with Mac OS, version-control systems, metadata standards, and controlled vocabularies.
Northwestern University Libraries invites applications for a forward-thinking data scientist to help build its new Academic Innovation Work Group. With a focus on interdisciplinary research, including the humanities and social sciences, the successful candidate will work with researchers to understand the computational and analytical needs required to investigate the research questions underlying potential projects, to scope external and internal project opportunities, and to apply current computational and/or machine learning techniques to a range of topics and data types. In addition, they will instruct students and researchers on best practices in data science and digital scholarship in both formal and informal settings.
The University of Pennsylvania (Penn) Libraries is currently hiring for a key position to lead its Research Data & Digital Scholarship team. This position will direct the Libraries’ Center for Research Data and Digital Scholarship, the library’s home for professionals in the digital humanities, digital scholarship, and research data management and services. As the Center’s head, the Director will supervise approximately ten staff with responsibilities across the spectrum of digital scholarship and research data projects.
The University of Oregon’s Department of English invites applications for a tenure track Assistant Professor in Digital Rhetoric to begin on September 16, 2024. The successful candidate will have a PhD in English, Rhetoric, Communications, or a related interdisciplinary field. The new faculty member will join an energetic intellectual community with an established reputation in Rhetoric and Composition and emerging strengths in Digital Humanities.
The Pratt Institute is seeking Assistant Professors for the School of Information and the School of Liberal Arts and Sciences. The School of Information seeks a person with a focus on critical approaches and engagement with areas including, but not limited to, critical information studies, critical design, data justice and tech ethics, activism, and communities facing barriers (e.g., people who are incarcerated). The School of Liberal Arts and Sciences seeks a person with focus on the Digital Humanities, with attention to how digital tools and research methods have contributed to re-visioning the histories of art/architecture/design, and to revising and decolonizing the curricula through which these histories are taught.
Montclair State University Libraries are looking for a passionate scholarly communication and research data librarian to join their team. In this role, the librarian will be responsible for managing digital repository and related technologies, working closely with other library and campus units to develop and administer Montclair’s Digital Commons presence, and collaborating on research data support efforts.
Lyrasis is seeking a collaborative Technical Lead for ArchivesSpace, an open-source, archives information management web application designed for managing descriptive information about archives, manuscripts, and digital objects. The Technical Lead will work to engage a broad set of developers to participate in the project, providing technical guidance, support and leadership to maintain a robust developer community.
The Department of English at the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign invites applications for a full-time, tenure-track Assistant Professor in Digital Humanities. The successful applicant will hold a PhD or equivalent degree in English or American literature, Writing Studies, or another academic area recognized as contributing to the interdisciplinary field of Digital Humanities, with a preference for candidates also studying BIPOC communities, generative AI, and/or book history or print culture.
Northeastern University Library is seeking a Text Mining Specialist to lead and grow the library’s suite of programming and services related to web scraping and text analysis. This job listing does not state an application deadline, but first consideration will be given to candidates who apply by October 10, 2023.
The University of Miami is seeking a Data Curation & Visualization Librarian who will be responsible for data-oriented pedagogical and support services for students, faculty and staff across all three UM campuses. The successful candidate will provide expertise on research data management, curation, literacy, and publishing, and give instruction on a range of disciplines across the natural sciences, social sciences, and the humanities, with particular emphasis on data visualizations (e.g., data dashboards, GIS visualizations, StoryMaps, and static images for print journals).
Educopia Institute is seeking a Program Officer for Sustainable Digital Infrastructures who will be responsible for supporting Educopia’s portfolio of research, consulting, and community cultivation as it pertains to sustainable digital infrastructures. The ideal candidate is passionate about the intersection of community cultivation, collective action, knowledge management, program planning, and organizational development within the information landscape.
The George Washington Presidential Library at Mount Vernon is hiring a Digital Projects Specialist, a new position that will add to the team in its growing Center for Digital History (CDH). The Digital Projects Specialist will collaborate with the CDH manager, Digital Projects Editor, Technical Services Librarian, and other Mount Vernon staff in the creation and maintenance of data-driven digital humanities projects which seek to promote and preserve knowledge of George Washington’s life and times.