DH technical assistant
The Digital Humanities Technical Assistant will work closely together with the team of historians and archaeologists and construct and update the project's website on the homepage of the University of Basel. She/he will also devise the online platform for the collection, organization, and visualization of data for the project (papyrological, epigraphic, numismatic, and archaeological materials paired with geographic coordinates) compatible with existing online databases (e.g., papyri.info, trismegistos.org, pleiades.stoa.org). Towards the end of the project, the data should be made available on an accredited open access digital repository. She/he will also work on the construction of an online exhibition on education and culture in the Roman city of Antinoopolis.
We offer you
A stimulating research environment at the Department of Ancient Civilizations, housing one of the world's leading research libraries in Classical Studies and many international collaborations. The Institute of Ancient History accommodates multiple ongoing large-scale research projects on Graeco-Roman Egypt and a graduate education specialized in digital papyrology and the history of Graeco-Roman Egypt. The salary and the conditions of employment will be those of the University of Basel.
Application / Contact
Applicants should submit a motivation letter, a current CV and a copy of their highest/most recent academic degrees via the online application portal of the university (see link below) until April 30, 2021. Contact details of two referees should be sent directly to Prof. Dr. Sabine R. Huebner (email@example.com). Applications that are not submitted via the online application portal of the university will not be considered. Questions about the position can be addressed to Prof. Dr. Sabine R. Huebner (firstname.lastname@example.org).