Communications and Events Coordinator (Part Time, Fixed Term)
Cambridge Digital Humanities is seeking a talented and enthusiastic administrator to join us in the part-time role of Communications and Events Coordinator where you will join a dynamic and supportive team delivering the CDH research learning and data schools programmes.
As the Communications and Events Coordinator, you will work with the CDH Programme Manager to create engaging content for internal and external audiences, manage websites, blogs and social media channels, and produce e-newsletters. In addition, you will be instrumental in supporting the growing DH research community at Cambridge, and assist with the delivery of our research programme and week-long Data Schools.
The successful candidate will have excellent written and verbal communication skills, website and social media experience, and be a skilled builder of research communities.
This position is an exciting opportunity for someone who enjoys a busy and demanding workload, is able to manage multiple projects simultaneously, and has a passion for communicating. A flexible and innovative approach to your work is essential, along with creative flair and vision, and excellent administration skills.
The funds for this role are available until 31 July 2024 in the first instance.
CDH is hosted within Cambridge's Centre for Research in the Arts, Social Sciences and Humanities (CRASSH).
The closing date for applications is midnight (GMT) on 2 July 2023 and interviews for this position will take place during the week of 10 July 2023.
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