Our Department of Digital Humanities is seeking to appoint two Lecturers (Academic Education Pathway) in Digital Innovation Management to contribute to its teaching in this and related areas. The post-holder will have a sound knowledge of the key concepts, theories, debates and challenges in digital innovation management, information systems, algorithmic management and digital transformation, with a PhD in a relevant area.
We are looking for a range of expertise to support our fast-expanding programmes, which may include work experience in the sector of study. We are particularly interested in the following areas to support our teaching: any aspect of digital innovation; information systems; digital platforms; algorithmic management; and critical studies of technology. Furthermore, candidates with the potential for developing collaborations and knowledge exchange activities with commercial, industrial or third sector bodies are especially welcome.
Salary: £38,304 – £45,026 per annum, including London Weighting Allowance
Aug-2021 Closing date: 17-Aug-2021
Interviews: Week starting 30 August
Starting date: 15 September 2021 (if possible)
These posts will be offered on an a fixed-term contract for 1 year, and are full-time post 35 hours per week- 100% full time equivalent.
King’s College London has a long tradition of research in the digital humanities, going back to the early 1970s. Building on the department’s expertise in digital information management, digital research methods and humanities computing from the early 1990s, it has grown to become a world leader in research in digital humanities, culture and society. Following several hiring rounds in the past few years, the department has a diverse community of scholars, undergraduates and graduate students exploring the role of digital technology in society from a humanities perspective, informed by a variety of different fields. This includes an Msc in Digital Economy, MA Programmes in Digital Asset and Media Management, Big Data in Culture & Society, Digital Culture & Society, as well as our BA in Digital Culture and an MA/PhD research degrees in Digital Humanities. These roles will join at an exciting time for the department and will help to shape its future direction and activities.