[Humanist] 28.691 job for analyst/developer at Exeter

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                 Humanist Discussion Group, Vol. 28, No. 691.
            Department of Digital Humanities, King's College London
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        Date: Mon, 2 Feb 2015 08:28:21 +0000
        From: "Stringer, Gary" <G.B.Stringer at exeter.ac.uk>
        Subject: New Digital Humanities job at University of Exeter, UK

Job title:  Digital Humanities Analyst/Developer
Job reference: P47805

This new full time post is available immediately in the College of Humanities at the University of Exeter (UK) on a permanent basis.

In order to support a growing portfolio of grant-funded research projects with digital outputs, we are looking for an analyst/developer to join Exeter's Digital Humanities team. The successful applicant will collaborate with other developers and academic staff to deliver innovative and sustainable digital outputs. They will join a small team of developers to create new and innovative digital resources, provide bid-writing support and high-level technical advice to academic staff proposing new projects, and will take a leading role in advocating the adoption of digital methods in the College.

Ideally, applicants will be educated to degree or postgraduate level in a relevant discipline, and will have a strong background in Digital Humanities, with a track record of work in the field and demonstrable expertise in a wide range of technologies. They will bring specific in-depth skills of appropriate technologies (e.g. TEI, XSLT and XQuery) that will extend or complement the current skillset of the team, and will be proactive in researching and adopting new technologies that will enhance DH provision at Exeter. They will be highly motivated, have excellent interpersonal and project management skills, have strong links within the global DH community, and be enthusiastic about open and collaborative development methods.

Full details, including a job description and person specification, can be found via the jobs.exeter.ac.uk website, or directly using this link:


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