1) Learning and Community Engagement Officer, National Museum of the Royal Navy, closes 3 November
2) Ship Maintenance Specialist, Battleship Texas, closes 18 November
3) Full, Associate, or Assistant Professor in Maritime History, University of Macau, closes 1 December
4) Chief Financial and Administrative Officer, Ocean Exploration Trust
5) Chief Curator, Hong Kong Maritime Museum, closes 14 November
6) Executive Director
Portsmouth Submarine Memorial Association Portsmouth, NH
Executive Director Albacore Park Portsmouth, New Hampshire The Portsmouth Submarine Memorial Association (PSMA) seeks a replacement for its Executive Director who is retiring. This is a hands-on position for the only full-time employee of PSMA. No development or fund raising activities are involved. PSMA owns a 7-acre park in Portsmouth where the historic submarine USS ALBACORE is on display in a dry basin and where a small museum and gift shop is also located. The park is staffed by the Director and several part-time employees, who support ongoing interpretation to the 30,000 plus annual park visitors. The Director is responsible for the operations and maintenance of the submarine, park, museum and gift shop and to support the Board of Directors, many of whose members are actively involved in facility and submarine maintenance. The ideal candidate will have experience in all aspects of marketing and managing a small museum with a gift shop including inventory control and point-of-sales record keeping. For more information and a full job description, please submit your cover letter and resume to firstname.lastname@example.org or mail to Albacore Park, 600 Market St., Portsmouth NH 03801, attn. : R Wilder
7) Director of Exhibits
Mystic Seaport Museum Mystic, CT
Purpose of Position This position is responsible for delivering an ongoing program of creative and innovative exhibits that attract diverse audiences, introduce new scholarship and content, and increase attendance. It is responsible for the administration of all activities relating to the quality and effectiveness of the Exhibits department. This position will support general Museum operations with effective and timely communication and open dialog across departments for exhibit creation and special events such as previews and openings. Essential Functions: Communication and Teamwork • Shares the responsibility for improving the quality and effectiveness of exhibits and for insuring that education and broad access is central to these exhibitions. Leadership • Provides creative leadership to the department staff encouraging cooperation and teamwork. • Participates actively in the management of the Museum with Department Directors and the Management Committee. • Establishes and maintains professional relationships and memberships in professional associations to stay abreast of the latest trends in the Museum field. Business Management • Prepares and manages annual department and grant budgets. • Manages travelling exhibitions. Qualifications • BA/BS in American history, education, museum studies, or related field. • 5-10 years of experience in exhibit design and development is required. • Excellent communication and organizational skills are required. • Demonstrated success in a leadership position. • Demonstrated success in budgeting, staff management, and new program development. To Apply: Please submit a Mystic Seaport application (found at http://www.mysticseaport.org/wp-content/uploads/Employment-application.pdf), resume, and cover letter to email@example.com OR to Mystic Seaport PO Box 6000 Mystic, CT 06355 Attn: Human Resources. Application deadline is November 7. An EOE.
Institute for Mediterranean Studies – Foundation for Research and Technology HELLAS
Researcher in the following research field: “History of technology in Shipping and Shipbuilding in the Mediterranean during nineteenth and twentieth century”
Honor Frost Foundation Scholarship for Master¹s students at the University of Cyprus (£ 10,000)
The scholarship is aimed at the students in the programme (Field Archaeology on Land and under the Sea), regardless of their admission year. The successful candidate must demonstrate a genuine interest in maritime archaeology and a clear intention to write a dissertation about a maritime subject, preferably concerning the eastern Mediterranean.
Only one scholarship per year is offered.
Selection will be based on ranking of the applicant’s previous diplomas as well as on their ability to convince the committee of their capacity to conduct research of high standards. Experience in maritime archaeology projects will be considered as an additional qualification.
Applications are invited every year in October with a deadline of January 31st of the following year. The results are announced within a month, i.e. in February.
The application should be in English and include the following:
A research statement (up to 600 words) where the candidate¹s special interest in maritime archaeology should be explained.
Previous diplomas or distinctions.
Two reference letters from academics or field archaeologists, preferably with a maritime background.
The committee holds the right not to award a scholarship in any given year, if none of the candidates has the required qualifications.
The grant will be given in three (3) payments:
(i) £3,000 before the term starts;
(ii) £3,000 after the first three courses are successfully completed, with
an average mark of at least 7.5/10;
(iii) £4,000 after the remaining three courses are successfully completed,
with an average mark of at least 7.5/10.
The application should be submitted to the programme coordinator via email:
Dr Stella Demesticha
For more information about the Master’s Programme in Field Archaeology on Land and under the Sea, visit our webpage: https://ucy.ac.cy/field_arch/en/
Dr Stella Demesticha
Assistant Professor of Maritime Archaeology
Director of MARELab: http://www.ucy.ac.cy/marelab/en/
Chair of THETIS Foundation
Archaeological Research Unit
University of Cyprus
Nicosia 1678 CYPRUS
Tel 00357 22 893568
Mob. 00357 99 028 997
Cotswold Archaeology, Marine Heritage Consultant, closes November 6, apply today.
Job Description: Maritime Archaeologist OEH 341-14 – 00003610
Office of Environment and Heritage
Job Grade/Classification: Ongoing Full-Time
Employment Status: Ongoing Full-Time
Vacancy Ref: OEH 341-14
The primary objective of the position holder is to be a part of the Heritage Division Maritime Archaeology Team and to assist in the implementation of NSW Government Maritime Archaeology Program, the Office of Environment & Heritage Corporate Plan, and the NSW component of the National Historic Shipwreck Program activities.
Job Notes: Applicants must address the selection criteria and apply online at www.jobs.nsw.gov.au. Please do not submit copies of qualifications online. If you are invited to attend an interview you will be required to produce relevant documentation then. Electronic applications must be MS Office 2003 compatible. Late applications will not be accepted.
Applicants must have permanent Australian Residency to apply for this position.
New employment legislation now applies to the NSW public sector from 24 February 2014. All current and new employees will be employed at a classification level and assigned to a role rather than appointed to a position. Employees may be re-assigned to other roles at the same classification over time, in line with organisation priorities and/or personal development plans.
Information Packages Contact: Mairead McVitty (02) 9873 8528 or by using the following links:
Applications Close: Sunday, 26 October 2014
Sydney Region-Sydney – Greater West
Number of Positions
Total Remuneration Package: $109,410 p.a. Package includes salary $64,677 p.a – $98,701 p.a., employer’s contribution to superannuation and annual leave loading.
Contact Mairead McVitty – (02) 9873 8528
26-Oct-2014, 11:59:00 PM
Office of Environment and Heritage
Please refer to the position description.
1. Tertiary Degree in Archaeology, Maritime Archaeology or a relevant university discipline
2. Demonstrated knowledge of, and experience in, the assessment of maritime heritage items and an understanding of the relevant legislative framework.
3. Sound knowledge and interest in the needs, issues and problems relating to underwater heritage conservation and familiarity with current best practices, guidelines and policies in cultural heritage conservation.
4. Proven ability to be able to work in a team environment.
5. Experience in project management, including balancing priorities and meeting deadlines
6. Proven communication, interpersonal and presentation skills.
7. Current driver’s licence.
8. Commercial Occupational Diving qualification (AS2299or equivalent) is required.
Apply online at:
Interesting job with Mississippi Division of Marine Resources in Coastal Resources Management.
Closes 17 October 2014.
This position is located in the Collection Management Section, Curator Branch, Collection Management Division, Naval History and Heritage Command, located at the Defense Supply Center in Richmond, VA. The Curator Branch is responsible for the management of Navy properties of historical and inspirational value, including artifacts, shipboard equipment, ordnance, uniforms and memorabilia. This responsibility encompasses acquiring, accessioning, preserving, storing, accounting for, and loaning to eligible recipients the properties in the Navy’s historical collections.
Closes 9 October 2014.
This position sits within the Research and Curatorial section as part of the Public Engagement and Research Branch. Working closely with the Manager Maritime Archaeology, the position contributes to ANMM’s strategic objective to be acknowledged as the nation’s leading authority on maritime archaeology, heritage and affairs both within Australia and abroad.
The position contributes significantly to maintaining a close relationship with the Royal Australian Navy, Department of Veterans Affairs and other external stakeholders. The position provides advice to ANMM’s Executive on matters relating to naval affairs and is responsible for aspects of the National Maritime Collection relating to the Royal Australian Navy.
The position takes a leading role in interpretation of the Museum’s naval collection and ensures that the museum observes key naval and commemorative dates appropriately. The position takes a lead role in liaising with naval stakeholders, keeping them informed of our activities and seeking their advice, support and involvement where appropriate.
Closes October 19, apply today.