- Digital Scholarship Group - https://dsg.neu.edu -

New student positions for 2019-2020!

The DSG is happy to announce three job openings for graduate students for the summer and upcoming academic year. All positions are great opportunities to work intensively with a range of digital projects and to gain substantive experience with digital tools and methods in a supportive and stimulating environment. No specific background is required; substantial training is provided for all positions, and we welcome applications from incoming graduate students. Please note that these are hourly positions.

Digital Scholarship Group Coordinator (10-15 hours/week, summer and AY2019-20).
This position combines project management, outreach and publicity, documentation, and contributions to specific DSG projects as needed. Additional projects depend on skills and interests but could include assisting with pilot projects in the digital repository, producing training materials for digital tools, and working with the DSG staff on grant proposals.

Digital Scholarship Group Textual Data Specialist (8-10 hours/week, summer and AY2019-20).
This position supports the development of text-focused digital research projects in the Digital Scholarship Group. Specific activities depend on skills and interests, but can include text encoding, metadata development, development of contextual materials, design and development of visualizations and other user interface features, schemas, stylesheets, training materials, and project documentation.

Digital Scholarship Group Pedagogy Specialist (8-10 hours/week, summer and AY2019-20).
This position supports the use of CERES, Omeka, GIS, and other advanced digital humanities tools in the classroom. Specific activities depend on skills and interests, but include working with faculty and DSG staff on course and assignment design, developing supporting materials and lesson plans, contributing to classroom instruction, teaching lab sessions, and contributing to the design and development of new features, sample data and exhibits.

To apply, please email a statement of interest and your resume to Amanda Rust, a.rust[at]northeastern[dot]edu. We’ll begin review of applications June 17.