The Association for Computers and the Humanities is happy to announce
the launch of a new service, the ACH Jobs Page:
Its goal is to support and advise job-seekers in the field of
humanities computing, and to cultivate a thriving job market and
successful contact between job-seekers and employers.
The Jobs Page currently offers two services:
--a jobs database, so that job-seekers can easily find what is
--a mentoring service, to offer advice to new job-seekers and those
entering the field of humanities computing.
If you are an employer with jobs to post, please visit the ACH Jobs
page to enter them in the database. Please don't hesitate to contact
the jobs editors with questions about this process, or with
suggestions for improving it. The editors will be keeping an eye out
for job postings and keeping the database up to date by hand for the
first few months, but we would like to encourage employers to use the
jobs database as one of their primary means of advertisement, and to
enter the jobs themselves in the first instance.
If you are looking for a job, or interested in knowing more about the
current job market, please browse the database and let us know what
you think. At present it is quite basic, but we will be adding
functionality over the next few months and will be grateful for
If you're interested in being a mentor, please contact Wendell Piez
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Best wishes, Julia Flanders
ACH Jobs Subcommittee
Director,Women Writers Project
Associate Director, Scholarly Technology Group
Box 1841, Brown University
Providence RI 02912
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