If you are keen on Greek manuscripts, and in between a PhD and job, you may want to explore the postdoctoral opportunity at Oxford advertised here. Here is an excerpt:
"The collections of the Oxyrhynchus Papyri project are an incredibly rich resource. Previous work to transcribe them en masse relied on image processing techniques which were unable to reliably recover the Greek text. The problem faced in classifying and transcribing large numbers of the papyri, however, is one of pattern recognition, a task to which the human brain is well suited. By using a flexible web-based interface, the job of transcribing can be shared not only with a small number of scholars, but also with a force of volunteers at least 250,000 strong, spread around the globe. The successful candidate would be part of the first large scale application of techniques developed for distributed citizen science to textual analysis and as such will serve as an exemplar of the potential for this technique in the humanities."
The concept is successfully underway with galaxy classification within the Galaxy Zoo project. Read the Time magazine article, here.