SGSAH Research Blogging Internship. 

SGSAH Research Blogging Internship

Take your research blogging to the next level

Deadline: 18 December 2015

 

Please help us distribute this opportunity to your doctoral researchers within arts & humanities.
We are offering two internships to create & develop a new blog for the Scottish Graduate School for Arts & Humanities. We are looking for experienced bloggers with the drive & creativity to ensure the new SGSAH blog reaches doctoral researchers across Scotland & far beyond. You must be talented, enthusiastic, committed & keen to develop the SGSAH brand to promote Scottish doctoral research in arts & humanities & to share the experience of being a PhD researcher at a SGSAH member Higher Education Institution.
The first post begins in February 2016 & the second will take over in August 2016. Both are for 5 hours per week & will be paid at the rate of £18,212 FTE (University of Glasgow Grade 4) for the duration of 4-6 months. The posts are open to all doctoral researchers at any SGSAH member Higher Education Institution (see here for list) within the arts & humanities, regardless of whether/how they are funded.
If you have some experience of running a successful blog & want to transfer those skills into a key role in an innovative & high-profile national organisation, apply now via the University of Glasgow internship hub.
Please note that there is no requirement for the post-holder to be located in Glasgow – we expect that this role can be undertaken by any doctoral researcher at any SGSAH Higher Education Institution from their own desk. The SGSAH Blog Interns have to provide/source regular weekly updates which means that the 5 hours per week is likely to be a reasonably stable time requirement, although we will of course be responsive to your research & other commitments.  
If you have any queries please do not hesitate to contact us at admin@sgsah.ac.uk.

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