We’re now hiring an Assistant THATCamp Coordinator. The duties of this position will be to
- create, revise, and maintain support documentation for THATCamp organizers and participants, and
- assist with ongoing THATCamp support tasks such as creating THATCamp websites, reminding THATCamp organizers of pre- and post-THATCamp tasks, and answering questions by e-mail and Twitter about THATCamp.
This is a part-time, temporary position at no more than 10 hours per week for two years (April 2012 – March 2014) at a starting salary of $16 per hour. Work can be done remotely. The position is especially suited to a graduate student in a humanities discipline who is a THATCamp enthusiast. We’ll hire someone who can do the following:
- Write clearly and concisely, especially when explaining technology to a general audience
- Build websites, preferably with WordPress (HTML, CSS, some PHP)
- Explain THATCamp and unconferences to scholars and others based on personal experience
- Work independently, completing tasks with minimal supervision
- Keep track of what’s going on at various events (THATCamps happen often!)
Please send a résumé or a curriculum vitae and a couple of paragraphs about why you’re right for this position to Amanda French, THATCamp Coordinator, at gro.p1518898607macta1518898607ht@of1518898607ni1518898607. We’ll begin reviewing applications April 1 and will let all applicants know the outcome by May 1.
The Roy Rosenzweig Center for History and New Media (CHNM) is the leading producer of open source tools for humanists and historical content on the Web (e.g., Zotero, Omeka, the Teaching History website, and the Gulag History website). Each year CHNM’s award-winning project web sites receive over 16 million visitors and over a million people rely on its digital tools to teach, learn and conduct research.