8.0220 Jobs: Academic Computing at Dartmouth (1/38)
Elaine Brennan (EDITORS@BROWNVM.BITNET)
Sat, 1 Oct 1994 14:56:08 EDT
Humanist Discussion Group, Vol. 8, No. 0220. Saturday, 1 Oct 1994.
Date: 27 Sep 94 21:50:41 EDT
From: Malcolm.Brown@Dartmouth.EDU (Malcolm Brown)
Subject: Job announcement
Below is a brief description of a new position at Dartmouth College.
Questions etc. should be directed to me at "email@example.com".
Associate Director for Academic Information Resources
Computing Services' Academic Computing division seeks an enthusiastic and
resourceful person to work directly with faculty and students to develop text
and multimedia materials for instruction and research. Other areas of
activity include: providing assistance and advice on "publishing" these
resources using network resources such as the Dartmouth College Information
System (DCIS) and the World Wide Web; overseeing a faculty resource
development lab; teaching faculty and students about the Internet and how to
use its resources; working proactively to expand the resources in DCIS.
Reports to the director of academic computing and supervises two staff
Requirements. College degree with 6 or more years of relevant experience in
academic computing. A successful record of working with faculty on projects
involving the use of on-line resources is essential. Extensive experience
with multimedia manipulation and authoring applications and in the use of the
Internet. Experience with HTML, Gopher servers and SGML. Excellent
organizational, teaching, and communication skills. Experience with Unix and
writing grant proposals a plus. Degree in a Humanities or Social Science
discipline a plus.
Send letter, resume, and three references (please include phone numbers) to:
Malcolm Brown, Director of Academic Computing, Kiewit Computation Center,
Dartmouth College, Hanover, NH 03755, attn: Associate Director Search. No
submissions via email or fax. Review of resumes will begin on October 17,
1994. For the complete job description, send email to
An Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer
Women and minorities are encouraged to apply