The University of Virginia Library's Scholars' Lab is recruiting a Web Applications Specialist.
Here's an excerpt from the ad:
We're seeking someone passionate about tackling technical problems in the digital humanities – preferably a person with both a technical and humanities background, prepared to build next-generation DH interfaces and tools. Our new Web Application Specialist will also be able to take advantage of the "20% time" that all Department of Digital Research & Scholarship faculty and staff are granted to pursue professional development and their own (often collaborative) R&D projects. This is a full-time, permanent position at UVa. . . .
As a Web Applications Specialist reporting to the Head of R&D for the Scholars' Lab, you will be responsible for building, testing, and debugging code. You should possess an extreme attention to detail and a high level of accountability and responsibility. We're looking for someone who enjoys technical challenges, likes to figure out how things work, and stays involved in the latest Web and digital humanities technologies. You will need to be able to fit in to a creative and collaborative environment.