1. Scholarly Technology Group—Senior Research Programmer
The Senior Research Programmer Analyst works closely with faculty and STG staff to carry out digital humanities projects by performing project analysis, providing technical leadership, programming and software development in support of STG’s projects. This person will recruit, plan and manage projects, write grant proposals, stay abreast of new methodologies and practices relevant to Digital Humanities and disseminate STG’s work at conferences.
2. Women Writers Project—Project Manager / Textbase Editor
The Women Writers Project develops and publishes a digital research collection of early modern women’s writing, and conducts ongoing research on digital editing and text encoding. The WWP Project Manager/Textbase Editor is responsible for the general management of the WWP, overseeing the development and editing of the textbase content, managing licensing for Women Writers Online, and managing the WWP’s outreach and publicity activities. The Project Manager also works on WWP research projects and occasionally with the Scholarly Technology Group as opportunity permits. The position requires expertise in humanities computing, literary research, and computer project management, and a strong background in TEI/XML text encoding.