Underwater Archaeology and Maritime History jobs


Maritime Archaeology Day on the Swash Channel Wreck site

Posted in 1 by underwaterarchaeologyjobs on April 25, 2009
We are holding a Maritime Archaeological Day (M.A.D) about the Swash Channel Wreck site off Poole Harbour (Dorset).
 
The event is scheduled for Saturday 2nd May 2009 at Bournemouth University – Talbot Campus, from 10 am-4 pm and is free and open to all.
 
I have taken the liberty to attach the link below with some relevant information.
 
 
The event is free, open to all and no profit will be gained out of it. Parking is also free.
 
Paola Palma
 
Lecturer in Marine Archaeology
Programme Leader MSc Maritime Archaeology
School of Conservation Science
Bournemouth University
Room 234 –  Christchurch House
Bournemouth University
Talbot Campus Fern Barrow
Poole -  Dorset – BH12 5BB
United Kingdom
 
Tel:  +44 (0) 1202 965452
Fax: +44 (0) 1202 965046
Mobile:+44 (0) 7990 624960

BSc and MSc in Maritime Archaeology, Bournemouth University, Apply today

Posted in 1 by underwaterarchaeologyjobs on April 25, 2009
Bournemouth University is now recuiting for BSc and MSc in Maritime Archaeology – for the academic year 2009-2010.
 
Enquiry about a potential discount on your fees.
 
Please contact:
 
 Dave Parham for BSc at dparham@bournemouth.ac.uk
 
or
 
 Paola Palma for MSc at ppalma@bournemouth.ac.uk
 
or follow the link:
 
 
Many thanks,
 
Paola Palma
 
Lecturer in Marine Archaeology
Programme Leader MSc Maritime Archaeology
School of Conservation Science
Bournemouth University
Room 234 –  Christchurch House
Bournemouth University
Talbot Campus Fern Barrow
Poole -  Dorset – BH12 5BB
United Kingdom
 
Tel:  +44 (0) 1202 965452
Fax: +44 (0) 1202 965046
Mobile:+44 (0) 7990 624960

25 April 2009

Posted in 1 by underwaterarchaeologyjobs on April 25, 2009

1) Archaeology Advisor, English Heritage, closes May 4

“A broad understanding of the pre-history and history of England is also essential. Knowledge of the planning system relating to archaeology, countryside management and maritime issues are also key attributes for this role.”

2) Museum small craft technician, San Francisco Maritime National Historical Park, closes May 4

3) Museum small craft technician (Job 2), San Francisco Maritime National Historical Park, closes May 4

4) Supervisory Park Ranger, Biscayne National Park, closes May 6

5) Archivist, US Navy History and Heritage Command, closes April 25

6) Objects Conservator, Australian National Maritime Museum, closes May 8

18 April 2009

Posted in 1 by underwaterarchaeologyjobs on April 18, 2009

1) Archeologist, US Army Corps of Engineers, Memphis District. This District has a long history of underwater archaeology projects, closes September 17

2) Historian, US Naval History and Heritage Command, closes April 25:

This position is located in the Integration and Outreach Division, Naval History and Heritage Command.  This position is a Liaison Historian assigned to a high-level Navy office, who acts as a link between the host office director and the Naval History & Heritage Command. The incumbent is responsible for the collection and processing of historical documentation related to the office to which they are assigned, with special emphasis on capturing and documenting for the historical record the activities and policy decisions of the resident director.

Female underwater archaeologist and male diver host needed ASAP

Posted in 1 by underwaterarchaeologyjobs on April 18, 2009

CASTING CALL – DIVER CO-HOSTS

 

Emmy-winning production company will produce an on-going reality-based TV series of a hardcore shipwreck diver who teams up with a female underwater archaeologist to explore the best wrecks in the world accessible to everyday sport divers.

Archaeological Divers and Tenders needed immediately

Posted in 1 by underwaterarchaeologyjobs on April 18, 2009

Archaeological Divers and Tenders needed immediately for a one month project.  Must be trained in the use of Kirby Morgan helmets/Surface Supplied Air Diving and be certified in CPR, First Aid, DAN O2, and have a current diver physical. Doug Jones: (512-342-3347).

Curator of Naval History

Posted in 1 by underwaterarchaeologyjobs on April 16, 2009

Curator of Naval History, National Maritime Museum, closes 12 May.

Assistant Professor of Archaeology, Marine Archaeology: Coastal Carolina University

Posted in 1 by underwaterarchaeologyjobs on April 14, 2009

Assistant Professor of Archaeology, marine archaeology:

The position will be appointed to a probationary tenure-track position in the Department of Marine Science and will be expected to develop a vigorous research program in the region that actively engages students, the community, and existing areas of expertise in the sciences and humanities.

The successful candidates will be expected to develop course offerings in basic and marine archeology and related specialty areas as well as contribute to the overall general education, and potentially marine science undergraduate, and coastal marine and wetland studies graduate course offerings. Preference will be given to candidates that can strongly engage existing departmental and college strengths and resources in collaborative integrated research initiatives.

The successful candidate will have a Ph.D. in archeology or related field, demonstrated accomplishment in field-based research and effective teaching is required. Teaching assignments may include evening/weekend courses and courses taught at off-campus sites.

Nautical Archaeologist

Posted in 1 by underwaterarchaeologyjobs on April 13, 2009

Part time temporary Nautical Archaeologist, PBS&J:

Graduate degree or at least 2 years of Graduate level course work with a specialization in nautical archaeology; open water diving certification from an industry- recognized training organization. Additional certification specific to scientific diving will be beneficial.

Alternate listing

4 April 2009

Posted in 1 by underwaterarchaeologyjobs on April 4, 2009

1) Hydrographic Surveyor, ncd

2) Park Ranger, USS Arizona Memorial, closes April 7

3) Park Ranger, USS Arizona Memorial, closes April 7

4) Historical Society Intern
An internship for an undergraduate or graduate student studying history, museum studies, or library science, is available with the New London County Historical Society, the oldest historical organization in eastern Connecticut. Our headquarters are located in downtown New London in the Shaw Mansion, built in 1756, which served as the Naval War Office for Connecticut during the American Revolution. Our collection is rich with extensive maritime connections to colonial-era trade and 19th-century whaling. The intern will have a diverse experience working with our small professional staff: historical interpretation, collections management, marketing, website content and exhibit development all areas to be included. The time commitment would be approximately 20 hours per week, Wednesday through Saturday, beginning in June. A stipend will be paid at the close of the internship. Please send letter of inquiry and resume by mail or email to: Edward Baker, Executive Director, New London County Historical Society, 11 Blinman Street, New London, CT 06320, edward@newlondonhistory.org.

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