Expertise in Web development and Data visualisation?
CREATe, the UK Copyright and Creative Economy Centre, based in the School of Law at the University of Glasgow, is offering flexible hourly paid work. The position would suit a PhD candidate, for example in computer science or information studies.
Digital Resources Assistant (casual/temporary)
This is an exciting opportunity to join CREATe, the UK Copyright and Creative Economy Centre, based in the School of Law, University of Glasgow. We are looking for a Digital Resources Assistant to help maximise CREATe’s identity and impact across a range of digital resources, including:
- copyrighthistory.org; and
- the topical and comprehensive EU Copyright Reform intervention: https://www.create.ac.uk/policy-responses/eu-copyright-reform/
The successful candidate will work to project deliverables as part of the AHRC funded Creative Industries Policy & Evidence Centre (PEC), including the development of digital and open data tools.
The position would be well-suited to a current PhD student in computer science or information studies, with expertise in web development and visualisations. Experience in data science and data development is desirable, but not mandatory.
This is a casual and temporary appointment in the first instance, with flexibility to reflect the preferred hours of a suitable candidate. Ideally, we would be looking for an immediate start in early 2020.
Salary: This is a flexible, hourly paid position. Details subject to negotiation.
Closing date for applications: Until filled.
Please send a CV and covering mail to firstname.lastname@example.org for consideration.
Informal enquiries may be sent to Prof. Martin Kretschmer (email@example.com).