April 30, 2021 Job Vacancy - Digital Humanities Publishing Assistant Adam Crymble Programming Historian is looking for an outstanding Digital Humanities Publishing Assistant to join our global-facing digital humanities team in a remote part-time role, to support our multilingual publishing teams. The candidate’s primary role is to administer, develop, improve, and provide the digital humanities publishing services that underpin our publishing workflows. These include but are not limited to copyediting and proofreading, lesson maintenance and fixing bugs as and when they are identified in existing published lessons, supporting the training of new editorial team members, writing and managing our project documentation and public-facing outreach materials, and working with multilingual colleagues to support the project and its activities. This will include liaising with a range of external partners and service providers. The Programming Historian team is committed to diversity, and we insist on a harassment-free space for all contributors to the project, regardless of gender, gender identity and expression, sexual orientation, disability, physical appearance, body size, race, age, religion, or technical experience. The candidate will be expected to champion these values. Closing date for applications is 21 May 2021 More information on the role and how to apply available in the Job Information Pack. About the author Adam Crymble, University College London.