We are looking to hire two temporary positions to assist with Communications and Administration. If you are a Cambridge PhD student we are happy for you to apply for the position to work 10 hours/week. (Unfortunately we are not allowed to hire Masters students.)

Communications Coordinator

10-20 hours/week, February-April (12 weeks), £14.64 / hour

  • Maintain content on the Cambridge Digital Humanities website, updating regularly and ensuring quality and accuracy of content
  • Create event entries on website, liaising with event organizers
  • Create digital and print content for marketing and publicity
  • Build an excellent working relationship with researchers, suppliers, members of the CDH community and additional stakeholders
  • Create a weekly newsletter for members of the CDH community
  • Manage the social media accounts (twitter, linkedin, facebook, youtube, mastodon)
  • Produce and edit video and audio content
  • Create and manage reports on data to analyse effectiveness of comms campaigns (using google analytics, twitter analytics, event feedback, etc)
  • Manage the CDH mailing list

Administration Coordinator

10-20 hours/week, February-April (12 weeks), £14.64 / hour

  • Assist with preparation for events, including three summer schools: arranging venues, catering, liaising with convenors and speakers, creating eventbrite and website pages, managing participants
  • Assist with finance: processing invoices and other payment administration
  • Arrange meetings, create agendas and take notes
  • Be first point of call for email enquiries

If you’re interested in either of these roles, please email us with your CV and a short covering letter detailing any relevant experience:

MPhil in Digital Humanities (Deadline: 6 January 2023)

Applications are now open for October 2023 entry

The new MPhil in Digital Humanities at the University of Cambridge explores ways in which the humanities can engage with digitally enabled research approaches, considers the impact of digital innovations on cultural forms and practices, and explores digital futures. This nine-month taught masters programme is designed to be inter-disciplinary and caters for different skill levels in digital humanities methods and approaches.

Find out more on our MPhil pages about course content, fees and funding, and how to apply:

Deadline: 6 January 2023


CDH Awards

Cambridge Digital Humanities is keen to support digital humanities research by University of Cambridge researchers and staff. Apply now:

Deadline: 26 February 2023

Academic visitors

The Cambridge Digital Humanities Academic Visitor programme enables a small number of researchers and students from all over the world to spend time in Cambridge working on Digital Humanities. Visits range from a few weeks to an academic year.

Information on how to apply


Cambridge Digital Humanities

Tel: +44 1223 766886