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Student Assistant (studentermedhjælper) at nordics.info, School of Culture and Society 1008798

nordics.info is recruiting a Student Assistant (studentermedhjælper) to assist with getting this new, exciting website on the Nordic region up and running sustainably. The start date is early in January (date to be agreed) and the post is for 10 hours per week for a duration of approx. two years.

You will be an active and crucial member of a small team, working alongside colleagues working on danmarkshistorien.dk. Tasks will include:

Publishing text, pictures and other material on the website (using the CMS system TYPO3).
Tagging material with meta-data to enable searchability.
Identifying potential authors.
Identifying and digitalising original material and pictures.
Language correction in English. Excellent English language skills are essential.
Writing draft texts to e.g. to introduce material.
Assisting with Social Media.
Assisting with ad hoc tasks and sparring with other members of the team.
Experience in Photoshop is an advantage. Interest in learning is essential.
Knowledge of a Nordic language is an advantage, but not a requirement.

Assistance and training in the necessary tasks can be given, if necessary.

Priority will be given to candidates who:

Are able to work independently and carefully.
Have an eye for detail and ensuring quality.
Excellent ability to write in and correct texts in English.
Have an understanding and interest in the internet as a media form and is willing to learn new software.
Have an interest in the Nordic region and finding out more about it.

How to apply
Please send an application in English (preferably 1-2 sides of A4, together with a CV and, if available, a print-out of your university grades karakterudskrift) by 9th November 2018. Interviews are likely to be held in week 48 or 49.

If you have any questions, you are welcome to contact the editor and web manager Nicola Witcombe at nwitcombe@cas.au.dk.

About nordics.info
nordics.info exists to gather and disseminate reliable, interdisciplinary information on the Nordic countries to a global readership. It is part of the Nordic university consortium ReNEW (Reimagining the Nordic Region in an Evolving World), funded by NordForsk, and builds on the experience of danmarkshistorien.dk. It covers different aspects of the Nordic societies, including history, politics, social policy and culture.

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