- Digital Scholarship Strategist
- Digital Repository Librarian
- Digital Initiatives Librarian
- Integrated Digital Media Adjunct
- Assistant Professor of Convergent Media
- Digital Preservation & Curation Officer
- Researcher in Residence Program for IMRC – Creative Technologists, Intermedia Artists and New Media Producers
The postholder will be responsible to the Head of Media Design and Technology for academic coordination work for all programmes and assist in curriculum development of the undergraduate and post-graduate programmes. He/She is also responsible for teaching courses in research (PaR) studies, in addition to teaching courses in the postholder’s area of specialism.
(a) A relevant MFA degree and/or professional training/experience to an equivalent level.
(b) Significant and proven professional experience in the postholder’s area of specialism.
(c) A minimum of six years’ experience of teaching in a Performing Arts conservatoire context, preferably to Master’s level.
(d) At least four years’ of experience in media design/interactive media and the related technologies in a performing arts conservatoire context; and/or graphic, animation and visual programming in commercial applications, or in other related areas professionally.
(e) Experience in curriculum design, writing and implementation according to established quality assurance frameworks.
(f) Ability to contribute to the BFA and MFA in Theatre and Entertainment Arts programmes.
(g) A good understanding of developments of the postholder’s area of specialism within the international arena.
(h) Fluency in spoken and written English.
Additional Desirable Criteria:
(i) Experience in teaching in a multi-cultural context.
(j) Fluency in spoken and written Chinese.
TERMS OF APPOINTMENT
Appointments will be made on a two-year contract, with possibility of renewal, subject to mutual agreement. A gratuity payment equal up to 15% of basic salary earned during the contract period will be payable upon satisfactory completion of contract. Fringe benefits include leave, medical, and dental benefits. Starting salary will be commensurate with qualifications and experience. Housing subsidy will be provided to the eligible appointee. The current standard rate of income tax in Hong Kong is 15%.
Interested parties should forward their applications with detailed curriculum vitae to:
The Human Resources Office
The Hong Kong Academy for Performing Arts
No.1 Gloucester Road, Wanchai, Hong Kong
Closing date for application is 28 October 2017. Please quote the reference code on the application.
Personal data collected will be used for recruitment-related purposes
John Jay College of Criminal Justice, a senior college of the City University of New York (CUNY), is an internationally recognized leader in educating for justice, committed to the advancement of justice and just societies. It is a public liberal arts college that enriches the entire learning experience by highlighting themes of justice across the arts, sciences, humanities, and social sciences. Reporting to the Senior Writer-Editor, the Communications Writer’s responsibilities, in addition to the duties within CUNY Title Overview, include but are not limited to:
- Write student, faculty and alumni profiles for various digital and print publications and communications
- Conduct interviews with campus and external individuals
- Write and edit stories and articles of varying lengths for diverse media platforms
- Support development and recruitment efforts with marketing copy for brochures, direct mail, and other materials
- Propose and develop digital outreach for showcasing College community voices, including blogs, podcasts, etc
- Meet all copy and project deadlines in a fast-paced, team-oriented environment
- Maintain and monitor the College’s editorial style guidelines
- Writes and prepares written material on College issues and event and provides professional support to College communications programs
- Researches and writes items in a variety of formats for publication in print, web sites, and presentations
- Participates in planning communications projects and contributes to decisions on content and style
- May assume editorial responsibility for communications projects; reviews and edits the work of others
- May coordinate production of written materials
- Adheres to journalistic standards for fact-finding, research, verification, and style
- Bachelor’s Degree and four years’ related experience required
- Excellent research and writing skills are essential. Creative and compelling storytelling skills are also critical. Adaptive writing skills for various print and digital media platforms are also necessary
- Must have effective communication and interpersonal skills. Must have ability to handle multiple projects simultaneously and meet all deadlines
- Strong proficiency in Microsoft Office, web tools and apps such as WordPress, podcasting, etc. is essential.
Deadline: June 20th
To Apply: complete the online application and include the following as one document:
- cover letter
- three writing samples
- names and contact information of three professional references
CUNY encourages people with disabilities, minorities, veterans and women to apply. At CUNY, Italian Americans are also included among our protected groups. Applicants and employees will not be discriminated against on the basis of any legally protected category, including sexual orientation or gender identity. EEO/AA/Vet/Disability Employer.
Technology is an integral part of museums in the 21st century. As such, the Harvard Art Museums is seeking a Technology Fellow for two years to support and develop projects in the Lightbox Gallery, the museums public research and development environment. Projects are produced in collaboration with the Division of Academic and Public Programs and university partners. Past partners include Harvard faculty, staff, and students, including a collection visualization by metaLAB (at) Harvard, explorations into the science of light and looking with the Harvard–Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics, an artist residency with Matt Saunders and his undergraduate animation studio, and a nine-channel installation by artist Ben Rivers. Throughout the 2017 fall semester the candidate will work with campus and community partners to assist with the technical development and installation of new projects for the Lightbox, including a collaboration with the ICA Boston exhibition Art in the Age of the Internet, 1989 to Today, artist projects, and experimental data visualizations.
Roles and Responsibilities:
- Write code, setup virtual servers, explore open source projects, and experiment with technology as it pertains to the museums and the Lightbox.
- Participate in and at times lead an iterative development process that includes brainstorming sessions, building functional prototypes, and running review sessions with collaborators.
- Work with staff from the Division of Academic and Public Programs to plan the schedule of events and projects in the Lightbox.
- Write and deploy production ready code, document projects, and provide support for projects once they are deployed.
- Conduct research on existing and emerging technology that helps strengthen the mission to preserve, document, present, and interpret the museums’ collections and resources in the context of the Lightbox.
- Document findings and report on which technologies are worth exploring further.
- Collaborate with partners within the university on projects to integrate the museums more fully in to Harvard curriculum.
- Give a talk on your work at relevant museums events and then in an expanded form at relevant conferences.
- Bachelor’s degree in art history, new media, media arts, digital humanities, computer science, or a related field.
- Experience with programming, modern web frameworks, application automation, database systems, APIs, and cloud based services like AWS and Heroku.
- Aptitude for applying new technologies quickly and effectively
- comfort with a diverse set of hardware and software technology
- knowledge of The Museums System (TMS) or museum cataloguing practices is a plus
- willingness to take apart a technology, figure out how every bit works, and then reconstruct it in the most meaningful way for the project at hand
- flexibility, adaptability, and a collaborative demeanor; excellent writing and verbal skills
- project management skills
We are an equal opportunity employer and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability status, protected veteran status, gender identity, sexual orientation or any other characteristic protected by law.
The Art and Design Department in the College of Fine Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences seeks applicants for a Visiting Lecturer position to teach Introduction to Graphic Design (level I), Advanced Typography (level III) and Web Design (level I, II and III) commencing September 2017. The Lecturer will demonstrate passionate engagement in her/his own graphic design practice and/or research. S/He will provide education through learning-centered instruction that will enable graduates to understand and place their work in the historical and contemporary contexts of design. The position requires the ability to facilitate meaningful learning of the competencies in Graphic and Web Design. The Art and Design Department emphasizes conceptual and aesthetic innovation while encouraging student-centered pedagogy.
The University of Massachusetts Lowell is committed to increasing diversity in its faculty, staff, and student populations, as well as curriculum and support programs, while promoting an inclusive environment. The Art and Design Department seeks candidates who can contribute to that goal. We encourage you to apply and identify your strengths in this area.
Minimum Qualifications (Required):
- or PhD in Graphic Design
- Portfolio that demonstrates a wide-range of design solutions in creative and professional practice
- Demonstrated understanding of theoretical, conceptual and critical aspects of graphic design
- Strong skills in typography and web typography
- Broad understanding of graphic design, design history, design process and contemporary design issues
- Excellent knowledge of the Adobe suite
- High level of technical proficiency with current digital media and graphic design applications and programs
- Proficiency in HTML/CSS
- Experience with web design, UX/UI, app design and motion graphics
- The ability to work effectively with diverse groups
- Experience with a diverse student body
- Professional experience in graphic design, typography, interactive media or history of design
- Strong production credits preferred
- High level of technical proficiency
- Excellent written and verbal communication skills
Required Application Documents:
- Cover Letter: Please describe in your cover letter your interest and qualifications in the areas of web design, interactive media, graphic design and typography.
- Curriculum Vitae
- Names and contact information of three references
Other Document 1: Please provide links to online or Google Drive portfolio and include 20 examples of student work representing print and other media.
Initial review of applications will begin immediately and continue until the position is filled.
The University of Massachusetts Lowell is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action, Title IX employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, sex, color, religion, national origin, ancestry, age over 40, protected veteran status, disability, sexual orientation, gender identity/expression, marital status, or other protected class.
The DH Developer will promote the work of CDH through workshops and other outreach activities including attending national and international conferences on Digital Humanities and relevant technologies.
- Build, test, debug, and document software designed to support research in the digital humanities
- Estimate effort on software projects. Serve as technical lead on CDH projects as appropriate to skills and expertise.
- Hold consultations with members of Princeton community to scope work and suggest technologies for non-CDH project work.
- Teach workshops, write blog posts, and promote the work of CDH to Princeton campus and larger DH communities.
- Work on research and development projects related to pushing the boundaries of digital humanities development.
- Projects to be chosen in consultation with CDH Lead Developer.
- Knowledge of frontend testing frameworks
- Experience with version control
- Ability to write clear documentation
- Bachelor’s Degree from a 4-year college or university
- Knowledge of template frameworks and styling tools (such as SASS/Bootstrap/Bourbon)
- Familiarity with Python or another high-level scripting language
- Familiarity with web frameworks such as Django or Ruby on Rails
- Experience with RESTful APIs and various data stores and tools such as: relational databases, XML databases, graph databases; Solr or elasticsearch; RDF and XML
- Experience working on and contributing to open source software projects
- Familiarity with humanities research
Princeton University is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to age, race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, national origin, disability status, protected veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by law. EEO IS THE LAW
The Mapping and Geospatial Data Librarian will work as part of a collaborative team in the Digital Scholarship department in the Penn Libraries. Working closely with the two Digital Humanities Specialists, a data curation librarian, and two librarians working on digital scholarly publishing, the mapping and geospatial data librarian will take the lead in developing and supporting scholarly research that includes mapping and geospatial data. The incumbent will develop tools and platforms and will train and supervise students across the University in creating and visualizing geospatial data, and in making connections between GIS technologies, critical mapping, and academic disciplines across the University. They will work closely with liaison librarians in creating tailored guides for geospatial approaches across disciplines, and will serve as back-up on complex mapping or geospatial data questions. The mapping specialist will also consult with the Price Lab for Digital Humanities, the School of Design and others on campus in meeting the needs of scholars who seek to incorporate mapping into their research approaches.
We welcome candidates with a wide range of experience and from diverse backgrounds. A combination of professional experience, volunteer work, coursework, and other transferable skills may be applied toward the required and desired qualifications listed below. Please be clear and specific about how your background is relevant to this position.
A Master’s Degree or more and 3 years to 5 years of experience or equivalent combination of education and experience is required.
- An understanding of and experience with leaflet, carto, mapbox, and other web mapping tools
- Demonstrated facility with ArcGIS and QGIS
- Teaching and mentoring skills
- Experience working cooperatively with people from diverse backgrounds
- Professional and pedagogical commitment to equity, diversity, and inclusion
- Experience with historical maps and mapping
Review of applicants will begin on June 5, 2017, with a proposed start date of August 1, 2017.
To apply, visit the online posting and application portal
Penn adheres to a policy that prohibits discrimination on the basis of race, color, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, religion, creed, national or ethnic origin, citizenship status, age, disability, veteran status, or any other legally protected class.
The School of Culture and Communication is a thriving research hub for critical thinking in the humanities. This agenda is led by world-leading scholars whose fields of research include literary and cultural studies, art history, cinema and performance, media and communication and Australian Indigenous studies. The School is also host to a range of funded research concentrations, such as the ARC Centre of Excellence for the History of Emotions, the Australian Centre, the Centre for Advancing Journalism, the Research Unit in Public Cultures and the Transformative Technologies Research Unit. More broadly, our academics publish, speak and blog on topics as diverse as romanticism, poetry, Asian popular culture, digital media, climate change, network societies, gender and sexuality, racism, cosmopolitanism, and contemporary arts.
The Professor of Screen Studies will be expected to make major contributions in the areas of research, academic leadership, administration and professional development, and teaching excellence at both undergraduate and postgraduate levels including RHD supervision.The appointee will have an established research specialisation in an aspect of Screen Studies, and potential to achieve a high level of research performance through refereed publications and the securing of research grants. A principal duty of the successful appointee will be to foster interdisciplinary activities and engagement activities connected to the discipline.
Close date: 20 Jun 2017
Ascend is a Brooklyn-based network of K-12 public charter schools serving 4,000 students across nine schools. Our mission is to provide an extraordinary education for the children of Central Brooklyn, placing them firmly on the path to success in college and beyond. We seek high school teachers who are passionate about their subjects and their students – who want to spend their time discussing, preparing, and immersing themselves in the content they’re about to teach. We value teachers who truly listen to what students are saying – who create a space for students to think their way through to answers, and explore insights and curiosities along the way. Teachers at Ascend share a hunger for feedback and professional growth, and a dedication to excellence.
We look for teachers who are excited to embrace a rigorous liberal arts program and restorative approach to discipline, and who believe that family and community partnerships are crucial.
We are passionate about guiding our students to think critically and independently, and to enjoy education as an end in itself. We teach a rich and rigorous liberal arts curriculum that nurtures students’ natural curiosity and encourages intellectual risk-taking, preparing them to thrive in the college classroom, the workplace, and civil society.
The founding high school visual arts teacher will develop and teach, clear and engaging lessons that follow the rigorous, Common Core aligned Ascend curriculum. Additionally, the founding high school visual arts teacher will:
- Create a rigorous, Common Core aligned curriculum
- Utilize formal and informal assessment data to drive instruction and ensure student mastery of standards
- Build a motivating and inclusive classroom environment
- Create and maintain strong relationships with students and families
- Actively participate in grade-level meetings, collaborative planning, and professional development, including an annual summer institute
- Accept ultimate responsibility for the academic progress of his or her students, and work to actively overcome setbacks
- Report to the director of curriculum and instruction; accept direction from, and work closely with, the dean of students and school director.
- Bachelor’s degree required, Master’s degree and certification preferred
- The ability to create a classroom environment where students feel safe, supported, and challenged
- Passion and commitment to teaching scholars in underserved areas and to closing the achievement gap
- Relentless drive to set and achieve ambitious goals
- Strong collaboration and teamwork skills
- Growth mindset and ability to use feedback to improve practice
- Experience teaching in underserved areas a plus
Ascend is an equal opportunity employer and an organization that values diversity.
Curricular and Research Computing (CRC) and Bates College contributes to the academic mission of the College by providing programs and services that help faculty and students easily and effectively use information technology in their teaching, learning and research. CRC staff routinely consult and collaborate with the faculty on a range of resources from using the college’s course and content management systems to creating media rich curricular content to developing computational and digital methods and processes.
The Academic Technology Consultant (Scientific Computing) provides services to and supports faculty, students, and staff using the imaging, visualization, and computing technologies in the Bates Imaging and Computing Center (BICC). Contributes to the support of the BICC and its equipment and instrumentation. Helps in the ongoing efforts to define and deploy a support model to meet the computational and data needs of faculty and students
- Bachelor’s degree required, advanced degree preferred
- Experience in higher education, academic or research computing environment
- Experience with scientific instrumentation (especially microscopes)
- Experience in Scientific Computing & Analysis to include:
- Scientific workflows
- Scientific analysis & statistical methods
- Programming in any applicable language
- Supporting biology & chemistry computational platforms (incl Matlab)
- Batch HPC cluster environment with a parallel file system
- Experience in Digital Imaging & Visualization including but not limited to:
- Expertise in applied & scientific imaging including optical microscopy
- Knowledge of emerging visualization technology in teaching & research
- Experience with 3D modeling software or using 3D digital imaging technologies
- Experience or knowledge using GIS
- Experience supporting or developing VR content & environments
- Theoretical knowledge and hands-on experience with optical microscopes and their software.
- Strong oral and written communication skills.
- Strong organizational (time, task and project management)
- Strong interpersonal skills and ability to work effectively with and teach a wide range of users with variable needs and interests.
- Ability to work individually and as part of a team.