Open Job Call for Students

Job Opportunities in the DHLab

If you have programming skills and an interest in humanistic data, apply to work in the Digital Humanities Lab! We are looking to hire Yale undergraduate and graduate students to work on a variety of exciting projects that are underway in the lab.

Digital Humanities Job Calls

Every semester the Digital Humanities Lab funds projects that require different levels of programming expertise. Included below are a couple open job calls. If you are currently unable to take on a new project but would like to be considered for a future position, please email your resume/CV to

Yale DHLab Design Assistant

The Yale DHLab is looking for a student with CSS experience for work on a new lab project. If you love CSS animations and transitions, send a resume/CV with a brief statement of interest to The Design Assistant would work alongside our UX Designer and DH Developer.

Yale DHLab Programming Assistant(s)

The Digital Humanities Lab would like to hire an undergraduate or graduate student programmer to work alongside our Developer. The ideal programmer would have experience with the following technologies:

* MongoDB
* React.js
* Express.js
If you have experience with one or more of these technologies, please send a resume/CV with a brief statement of interest to


DHLab-StatLab-GIS Consultant(s)

The Digital Humanities Lab, StatLab, and GIS Services are looking for PhD students from a variety of disciplines who are proficient with qualitative and quantitative data analysis, programming, and/or GIS services to join our team of consultants and workshop instructors. We are particularly interested in applicants with experience with SAS, Python, Carto, ArcGIS, text and social network analysis, and data visualization. Programming experience is a significant plus. 
Consultants will work one-on-one with students and faculty to help answer questions pertaining to data visualization, analysis, and statistics. Our consultants work at least 4 hours a week each semester. Additional hours may be available depending on need. Starting pay is around $25 an hour. 
For more information and to apply, email We have a rolling hiring process and will begin interviewing candidates as materials are received. To receive priority consideration, we recommend submitting an email of intent prior to March 13, 2017. In your email, please include an up-to-date CV highlighting any experiences and training that would make you a good candidate, including any time as a TA/RA. This position will work closely with other graduate students, librarians, and technologists across the University. 


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