Entries Tagged as 'Jobs'

New Job at Les Enluminures in Paris

JOB: Les Enluminures (Paris), sales and administration, art history background required (medieval manuscripts preferred), bilingual (French and English), must be able to work in France, salary dependent on experience. Liaison with New York and Chicago (and London) locations. Salary commensurate with experience. Full-time position

Exceptional and rare opportunity to join the team of an international art gallery exhibiting in the most prestigious art and book fairs worldwide and with locations and/ or staff in Paris, Chicago, New York, London, and Boston.

Main Responsibilities:
– EU client development and follow up
– Liaise and be a point of contact for clients in Europe, particularly in Paris
– Organization of European fairs (Tefaf, Frieze Master, Masterpiece)
– Follow all EU auctions
– Press representative for the gallery (write press releases, contact and follow up)
– Miscellaneous administration

Requirements:
– Strong commercial presence
– Some experience in the art world, including in sales
– Background in Medieval and Renaissance art history preferred
– Languages required: English and French bilingual, others preferable
– Skills required: PC platforms, MS Office Suite, Photoshop
– Self-starter, multi-tasker, well-organized.

Send letter of application and CV to office@lesenluminures.com.

Starting date: asap.

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Internship in MS Department, British Library

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JOB: Internship in Ancient, Medieval and Early Modern Manuscripts, The British Library, London. Hours: Full time (36 hours per week over 5 days) for 6 months. Salary: £9.75 per hour.

Thanks to external funding, the British Library is pleased to be able to offer an internship in the Ancient, Medieval and Early Modern Manuscripts section of the Western Heritage Department, for doctoral and post-doctoral students in History, Art History, Medieval Language or Literature or another relevant subject.

The focus of the internship will be to enhance our Explore Archives and Manuscripts online catalogue, by creating or enriching catalogue entries for medieval manuscripts and publicising them in blog posts and other interpretative material. The intern will assist curators working on The Polonsky Foundation England and France Project: Manuscripts from the British Library and the Bibliothèque nationale de France, 700-1200.

This may involve writing or researching short descriptions of manuscripts and groups of manuscripts. The intern will be involved in others aspects of the work of the Ancient, Medieval and Early Modern Manuscripts section, including responding to enquiries and providing talks for students and visitors, thereby gaining insight into various curatorial duties and aspects of collection care.

During the internship at the British Library, the intern will enjoy privileged access to printed and manuscript research material, and will work alongside specialists with wide-ranging and varied expertise.

This internship is designed to provide an opportunity for the intern to develop research skills and expertise in medieval history and manuscripts, and in presenting manuscripts to a range of audiences. Previous interns have given feedback that they felt a valued member of the team, gained professional confidence and developed their career by carrying out a ‘real’ job with specific duties.

The programme is only open to students who are engaged actively in research towards, or have recently completed a PhD in a subject area relevant to the study of medieval manuscripts and who have a right to work in the UK full time.

Applicants are asked to include answers to the following questions within their Supporting Statement:
1. Please give examples of your experience in cataloguing medieval manuscripts.
2. Please provide examples of your experience in writing about your research or about manuscripts for a general audience.
The selection process may include questions about the date and origin of a particular manuscript to be shown at the interview.

Closing Date: 1 May 2017. Interviews will be held on 19 May. The internship will start in July 2017.

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Lecturer in Art History at St Andrews University

JOB: Lecturer in Art History, University of St Andrews, School of Art History. Hours: Full time. Salary: £39,324 to £48,327 per annum. Contract Type: Permanent. Job Ref: AC2042AC.

We wish to appoint a Lecturer (Pre 1750) within the School of Art History. You will be a scholar with a growing international research reputation in art or architectural history or a related field and a commitment to delivering high quality teaching within the field of art history (broadly defined).

The successful candidates will be expected to have a range of interests, to be active in research publication that strengthens or complements those in the School and to be capable of teaching the subject to undergraduate and taught postgraduate students from a wide range of backgrounds.

Candidates should hold a PhD in a cognate discipline. Excellent teaching skills and an interest in promoting knowledge exchange are essential. You should also have some familiarity with grant seeking processes in relation to research councils and other sources.

Informal enquiries can be directed by email to Julian Luxford, Head of the School of Art History.

Deadline: 24 April 2017. Start Date: As soon as possible.

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Research Assistant Position @ the Warburg

JOB: Research Assistant Position as part of the BIAS (Body & Image in Arts & Sciences) Project, The Warburg Institute, School of Advanced Study, University of London. Fixed Term (35 hours per week). Salary: £29,783 to £31,406 per annum. Job Reference: 00755.

The main aim of the Research Assistant post is to assist in the timely development of the research conducted as part of the BIAS Project. You will undertake research including data collection and analysis and lab management and will contribute to the organisation of dissemination activities (e.g. workshop and seminars) and overall assistance to the activities of the BIAS team.

The BIAS project aims at addressing timely research questions at the intersection of sciences and humanities with a particular focus on the biological mechanisms and cultural factors that shape our relations to other people in a culture powered by images. The research aims will be addressed by a range of research activities, including experimental work, seminars, workshops, conferences, and, involving a network of international research partners in humanities, philosophy, psychology, and neuroscience.

The ideal candidate must have academic qualifications (BSc, MSc in Psychology and/or Cognitive Neuroscience). He/she will have access to a newly-formed psychophysiology laboratory at the Warburg Institute, and will assist mainly with participant recruitment, data collection, data analysis and preparation of scientific publications, presentations and the digital dissemination of the key findings and activities.

To apply for this role, please submit, in one document, your CV and Covering letter where you explain how your research experience to date meets the essential and desirable criteria for this post.

Interviews are due to take place on Wednesday, 5 April and Thursday, 6 April 2017 and candidates are recommended to have availability. The post will start on 1st May 2017 or soon thereafter.

Closing Date : 26 March 2017.

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Early Career Lecturer in Medieval Art, London

JOB: Early Career Lecturer in Medieval Art, The Courtauld Institute of Art, London, fixed-term; 3 years from 1 September 2017. Reference: 121. Salary: £35,798 pa.

The Courtauld Institute of Art is the UK’s leading institution for teaching and research in Art History and the conservation of paintings; it is also home to one of the finest small art museums in the world.

The Courtauld Institute of Art seeks to appoint an Early Career Lecturer to support and deliver teaching in the Department of Art History.

You will hold a PhD in a relevant field of art history, and will be expected to deliver 3.5 units of teaching (approximately 8 hours per week; a full teaching load as defined at The Courtauld).

The Courtauld will support you over the first two years to undertake the necessary training to qualify for the Postgraduate Certificate in Higher Education.

Closing Date: 13 March 2017. Interview Date: 29 March 2017.

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Manuscript Cataloger, Berkeley Law (CA)

JOB: Manuscript Cataloger, The Robbins Collection at the University of California School of Law, Berkeley (CA). Salary Range: Associate Librarian: $53,116 – $59,089 per annum, based upon qualifications. Start Date: 15 January 2017. Two-year (24-month) term contract position.

The Robbins Collection at the University of California School of Law (Berkeley Law) is seeking a manuscript cataloger whose primary responsibility will be to prepare item-level catalog records of medieval and early modern (i.e., pre-1800) manuscript codices, documents, and fragments. This is a full-time temporary appointment for two years. The successful candidate will have a demonstrated understanding of medieval and early modern manuscript books and documents, experience with cataloging single-item manuscripts, advanced knowledge of Latin, knowledge of other European languages, familiarity with descriptive standards and strong communication skills.

Berkeley Law is one of the nation’s premier law schools, located at one of the world’s great universities. Berkeley Law confers degrees in two instructional programs for more than 900 graduate students. The school has 53 FTE ladder-rank faculty, over 100 other academic staff (lecturers, emeriti, and visitors), a law library, a rare books and special collections library, two organized research units, a clinical program, and specialized academic centers.

The Robbins Collection ranks among the very best research libraries in the world in the fields of religious and civil law and attracts students and leading scholars from universities and research institutions around the world. Although independently funded, the Robbins Collection’s location at Berkeley Law greatly enhances the educational aspect of its mission, providing unique educational opportunities for students interested in comparative and historical approaches to law.

The Collection houses more than 340,000 titles on such topics as civil law, comparative law, jurisprudence, legal history, and religious law encompassing the canon law of the Roman and Greek churches, Jewish law and Islamic law. The Collection’s holdings include more than 300 manuscript books, more than 300 incunables, more than 150 manuscript documents and fragments, electronic resources for historical legal research, and microfilms of the Canon and Roman law manuscripts in the Vatican Library.

Next review date: 14 November 2016 (apply by this date to ensure full consideration by the committee). Final date: 28 April 2017 (pplications will continue to be accepted until this date, but those received after the review date will only be considered if the position has not yet been filled).

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Librarian, Library of Congress, Washington, DC

JOB: Librarian (Rare Book Cataloger) at the Library of Congress, Washington DC.

The Library of Congress is seeking a catalog librarian for its Rare Materials Section, US Anglo Division, Acquisitions and Bibliographic Access Directorate. This is a full-time federal position, starting at the GS9 grade with promotion potential to GS13. The ideal candidate will possess cataloging experience and/or education as well as one or more European languages. The initial multi-year assignment of the incumbent will be to participate in completing the retrospective conversion of titles held by the Rare Book and Special Collections Division (RBSCD).

In later years, the incumbent will also catalog rare titles for the Law Library, the Prints & Photographs Division (P&P), and other special collections throughout the Library. The retrospective conversion of RBSCD holdings is incomplete and requires a revisit of manual files to insure all titles are represented in the online catalog. The successful candidate will work closely with RBSCD custodial staff and with other special and general collections catalogers as well as preservation and conservation staff. He/she will report to the Section Head of the Rare Materials Section.

Deadline: 17 October 2016.

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Postdoctoral Editorial Fellow at ‘Speculum’

JOB: Postdoctoral Editorial Fellow at Speculum. $43,000 annual stipend.

The Speculum fellowship represents a significant fulfillment of one aspect of the Medieval Academy’s continuing efforts to recognize and support extraordinary medievalists in the early stages of their careers. We believe that after the fellowship tenure, the Speculum fellow will be a more experienced scholar and editor and will be an exceptionally attractive candidate for academic positions, as well as for significant publishing and editorial opportunities.

This two-year full-time post at Speculum, which will begin 1 July 2017, offers qualified individuals the opportunity to develop as scholars and editors. The term of the award is subject to the Fellow’s acceptable performance of the duties required, as determined by the Editor of Speculum.

Fellows are expected to:
* Continue to develop research program 1 day/ week.
* Assume responsibilities for a particular set of editorial tasks at Speculum. These tasks will include, but are not limited to: liaising with book review editors; contacting reviewers; checking citations for accepted articles; proofreading reviews, Brief Notices, Books Received, and Tables of Contents, and entering corrections; proofing full issues of Speculum.
* Participate in the cultural life of medieval studies in the Boston area.
* Reside in the Boston area during the fellowship period.

Eligible candidates must meet the following requirements and demonstrate the following qualifications:
* PhD in some field of medieval studies completed before the end of spring term, 2017, but no earlier than January 1, 2011
* Attention to detail and evidence of a high level of scholarly precision, particularly with regards to bibliographic detail
* Strong work ethic
* Facility with languages
* Demonstrated ability to manage large amounts of digital information

The application will consist of a cover letter detailing editorial experience and relevant skills, CV, unofficial transcript, and two letters of recommendation, at least one of which should directly address the applicant’s editing skills.

The deadline for applications is 15 October 2016.

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Permanent Job at the John Rylands Library

JOB: Special Collections Librarian (Rare Books & Digital Humanities), John Rylands Library, Deansgate, Manchester, The University of Manchester Library. Normal working hours are 35 hours per week. Salary : £30,738 to £37,768 per annum. Job Reference : L&CI-08783.

We are seeking to appoint a Special Collections Librarian (Rare Books) to: promote and support innovative Digital Humanities initiatives focussed upon the Special Collections, in order to transform the way we connect our academic audiences with our collections, via digital media and new technologies. You will also manage and develop the Library’s World Religions & Theology rare book collections (digital and print) to make them more accessible for researchers, students and visitors.

You will be a graduate with a professional qualification in librarianship or similar. In addition, you will be committed to the exploitation of Special Collections for research, teaching and learning, and public engagement; have excellent communication and team-working skills; have experience of managing rare books; and have a strong commitment to developing a broad knowledge of Special Collections materials across formats, for the benefit of our audiences.

The University of Manchester Library is one of only five National Research Libraries and the third largest academic library in the UK. Our vast and rich collections help us to deliver a world-class library and information service for The University of Manchester. While our primary objective is to meet the learning, teaching and research needs of University members, we are also fully committed to widening access to our services to individual researchers, local schools and others in the regional community.

You will be joining the Library at a crucial time. The John Rylands Research Institute (established in 2013) is revealing and exploring hidden ideas and knowledge contained within our world-leading Special Collections, and creating an international community of scholars and researchers across many disciplines. Our Audience Development Plan is also driving the strategic improvement of the visitor experience at the John Rylands Library, one of Manchester’s top attractions.

The start date will be 1 November 2016, or as soon as possible thereafter by mutual agreement.

Deadline: 25 September 2016.

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Job for Medievalists at ‘Speculum’

JOB: Editorial Assistant at Speculum.

Part-time intern position starting at the end of September to input bibliographical data and help with the book review process, including mailing books to reviewers.

The position is budgeted for 8 hours/week at $14 an hour and could be filled by an undergraduate or graduate student.

The job requires strong attention to detail and some bibliographic experience, while offering participation in the editing and production of Speculum.

Preference will be given to applicants in the Boston area able to work for the full academic year.

Please contact Sarah Spence to apply.

Internship Full Time at the British Library

JOB: Internship for 9 months (36 hours per week over 5 days) in Ancient, Medieval and Early Modern Manuscripts, The British Library, St Pancras, London. Salary is £9.40 per hour. Start date in October 2016.

Thanks to external funding, the British Library is pleased to be able to offer an internship in the Ancient, Medieval and Early Modern Manuscripts section of the Western Heritage Department for a post-graduate or post-doctoral student in History, Art History, Medieval Language or Literature or other relevant subject.

The primary focus of the internship will be to enhance our Explore Archives and Manuscripts online catalogue, by creating catalogue entries for medieval manuscripts from the Harley collection.

In addition, the intern will be involved in all aspects of the work of the Ancient, Medieval and Early Modern Manuscripts section, including responding to enquiries, providing talks for students and patrons, selecting and presenting manuscripts for display in our exhibition gallery, and cataloguing, thereby gaining insight into various curatorial duties and aspects of collection care.

During the internship at the Library, the intern will enjoy privileged access to printed and manuscript research material, and will work alongside specialists with wide-ranging and varied expertise.

This internship is designed to provide an opportunity for the student to develop research skills and expertise in medieval history and manuscripts, and in presenting manuscripts to a range of audiences.

Previous interns have given feedback that they felt a valued member of the team, gained professional confidence and developed their career by carrying out a ‘real’ job with specific duties.

The programme is only open to students who are engaged actively in research towards, or have recently completed a PhD in a subject area relevant to the study of medieval manuscripts and who have a right to work in the UK full time.

The term of internship is full time (36 hours per week over 5 days) for 9 months. The salary is £9.40 per hour, which is the current London Living Wage. The internship will start in October 2016 or as soon as relevant security checks have been completed.

Interviews will be held on 16 August. The selection process may include questions about the date and origin of a particular manuscript to be shown at the interview.

Closing Date: 15th July 2016.

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Lecturer in Medieval Latin (Edinburgh)

JOB: Lecturer in Medieval Latin, The University of Edinburgh, Full-time, open-ended, post with a salary of £38,896 – £46,414. Reference Number: 035966.

Applications are invited from scholars of the highest calibre with research interests and teaching experience in Medieval Latin (ca.AD 500-1500).

The successful candidate is expected to contribute to teaching and supervision at undergraduate and postgraduate levels, including potentially the MSc programmes in Classics, Medieval History, and Late Antique, Islamic and Byzantine Studies, and to take a lead in the teaching of Medieval Latin to postgraduates in various fields across the University of Edinburgh’s College of Humanities and Social Science.

The ability to teach Latin Palaeography will be advantageous. The post-holder will actively engage in research of high quality that will make a substantive contribution to the School’s profile, and will be open to interdisciplinary collaboration.

Closing date: 6 May 2016.

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