Digital Integration Coordinator

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In partnership with the Humanities for the Public Good initiative, we are seeking to hire two Digital Integration Coordinators. The positions will be for up to 20 hours per week with a salary of $20.00 per hour. Digital Integration Coordinators will support digital humanities initiatives associated with Humanities for the Public Good (HPG) and Carolina Digital Humanities programs. Working closely with the Director of the Digital Innovation Lab (DIL), Coordinators will play key roles in helping to develop a Digital Innovation Incubator that will support digital research methodologies for the humanities and arts. Coordinators will also support additional DIL programs that help faculty and students engage with digital teaching and research. Additionally, Coordinators will work closely with the Director of the HPG initiative to create strategic convergences between public and digital humanities, including supporting and implementing HPG programs designed to deploy digital approaches to promote public humanities. Initial hires will be expected to begin work in the spring of 2018, to potentially work during all or part of the summer of 2018, and to work through the end of the 2018-2019 academic year. Extensions of the positions beyond these dates are possible.

The ideal candidate will possess and be able to demonstrate the following abilities.

  • a familiarity with digital research methods in the arts and humanities,
  • strong computing skills and the ability to solve technical problems,
  • strong communication skills in written, oral, and digital formats,
  • the ability to work successfully with others,
  • the capacity to work independently on projects,
  • the ability to engage simultaneously with multiple collaborative teams and projects.

Applicants should be currently enrolled in a Masters- or PhD-granting degree program in the UNC system; levels of expertise in key areas may vary, but we seek applicants with both technical and administrative skills; experience working in subject areas associated with the humanities and arts is preferred.

Key job duties include:

  • Providing technical support for Digital Innovation Lab projects,
  • Participating as a core member of Digital Innovation Incubator project teams,
  • Supervising students and staff affiliated with the DIL,
  • Supporting and implementing DIL programs for faculty, students, and staff,
  • Assisting the Director of the DIL with operational lab activities.

Applying: To be considered, submit a letter of application, a current CV, and a list of three references who may be contacted. The letter of application should outline qualifications and be no more than two-single spaced pages. Submit your materials using the Web form. Review of applications will begin on March 28th. For questions, contact Daniel Anderson (

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