Research Fellowship to Work on Earliest Commentaries on Paul

This came through from the British New Testament Conference list.

    RESEARCH FELLOW ON THE PAUL COMMENTARIES PROJECT
     
    A research fellow is being sought to work on a new project scheduled
    to begin this autumn analysing the biblical text of the earliest
    commentaries on the Pauline Epistles in Greek and Latin.
     
    The research fellow will be a member of a team led by Dr Hugh Houghton
    and based at the Institute for Textual Scholarship and Electronic
    Editing in Birmingham ( http://www.birmingham.ac.uk/itsee ). He or she will
    examine early biblical commentaries of the fourth and fifth centuries,
    comparing them with their manuscript tradition and related works. The
    work will involve identifying and adding relevant material to the
    project database and making electronic transcriptions of primary
    sources.
     
    Candidates should have a doctoral degree in a relevant subject,
    excellent linguistic ability in Latin or Greek and very good computer
    skills. As it says in the advertisement, an eye for detail and good
    self-motivation to persist with repetitive and sometimes tedious text-
    critical work are essential!
     
    The post is full-time and fixed-term, initially for three years. The
    closing date is 14th September 2011.
     
    Further details may be found at http://www.jobs.ac.uk/job/ADC511/ and
    http://www.epistulae.org/
    which both have links to the job description and online application
    form.
     
    Dr Hugh Houghton
    Institute for Textual Scholarship and Electronic Editing, School of
    Philosophy, Theology and Religion University of Birmingham