Awesome Digital Humanities job at Stanford Libraries

We are looking for the right awesome person to join our Digital Initiatives Group in a newly created Digital Humanities Developer role:

Under supervision of the Head of the Digital Initiatives Group (DIG), the Digital Humanities Developer is responsible for designing, implementing and maintaining a variety of digital library projects and products for the humanities and social sciences. She or he will work closely with the entire DIG team (which includes librarians and specialists in assessment, digital publication, social science data, user services technology, and digital humanities) to select projects and set priorities collaboratively.

The Digital Initiatives Group (DIG) was formed just 1 year ago, and “includes librarians and specialists in assessment, digital publication, social science data, user services technology, and digital humanities”.  It is a truly awesome group of smart, dedicated and fun folks; so this is guaranteed to be an interesting, rewarding and awesome job.

Did I mention how AWESOME this is?

Apply at the Stanford Jobs site, Job ID  46583.

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