1) Archaeologist II, South Carolina Underwater Archaeology Program, open until filled (search Archaeologist II)
Under the general supervision of the State Underwater Archaeologist (SUA), and acting in accordance with the South Carolina Underwater Antiquities Act of 1991 (amended 2001), the employee will manage the day-to-day administration, planning, and direction of the South Carolina Sport Diver Archaeology Management Program (SDAMP). The employee will also manage the Maritime Research Division’s (MRD’s) Charleston Field Office, and perform as principal and co-principal investigator on Division projects as designated by the SUA.
2) Outreach Coordinator, Florida Public Archaeology Network
Florida Atlantic University, Department of Anthropology, seeks an
Outreach Coordinator who will be responsible for outreach efforts for
the Southeast Region of the Florida Public Archaeology Network
(www.flpublicarchaeology.org). Applications from individuals trained
in public archaeology and/or underwater archaeology are encouraged.
Will assist in development and delivery of outreach programs for diverse
populations and collaborative relationships with organizations in SE
Florida. There is extensive travel in the 4 counties of SE Florida –
Monroe, Miami-Dade, Broward and Palm Beach. Bachelors degree required,
Master’s preferred. A minimum of 2 years experience is required in
public archaeology, public outreach, education, or heritage tourism.
Event publicity and public relations skills are highly desirable. Visit
https://jobs.fau.edu for complete position description and to apply.
(Position 980313). For accommodations call 561-297-3058. EO/EA
1) Hydrographic survey technician, ncd, US Great Lakes
2) Collections Manager, The Waterways Museum, closes Sept 7
3) Museum Curator/Administrator:
The Egan Maritime Institute, a private operating foundation on Nantucket, MA, seeks a curator/senior administrator. Egan Maritime has an extensive collection of contemporary maritime art and artifacts as well as a strong nineteenth century collection of lifesaving artifacts: boats, life-carts, photographs, textiles and art at its Shipwreck & Lifesaving Museum. Typical functions include managing all aspects of these two collections; planning and executing two seasonal exhibitions in the institute’s galleries; oversight of the two museums and supervising the work of the director of education. Requirements include a Bachelor’s Degree, Master’s preferred, in art and/or maritime history/museum studies or a related field, with a minimum of five years experience in collections/registration or equivalent combination of education/experience, as well as management experience. Effective written, interpersonal and verbal communication skills are essential. Application should be made in writing to Egan Maritime Institute, 4 Winter Street, Nantucket, MA 02554 or by emailing a letter of application and resume to email@example.com. September 16 is the closing date. The foundation is an EOE/AA.
Back to School, Summer’s over!
(History Trust of – )
(Temporary up to 9 months) (Advt) ($46566.00/59871.00) Vacancy No. T5391/2009
Duties: The Curator is appointed as a curator of the History Trust of South Australia and is assigned initially to the . The Curator is accountable to the Director and is supervised by the Senior Curator in completing projects for the management of the Museum’s curatorial and registration functions. Those functions include producing public programs, managing the Museum’s collection, answering public inquiries and researching .
Essential Minimum Qualifications: A bachelor’s degree with a major in History of related discipline.
Special Conditions: Physical work will be required in installing exhibitions and in storing and handling the Museum’s collection. Located in Port Adelaide but may be reassigned to other areas of the History Trust to perform similar work, appropriate to the classification, on either a temporary or a permanent basis. Some out of hours work may be required. Some intra/interstate travel may be required. A South Australian current driver’s licence is essential. The Agency is a smoke free workplace.
Location: Adelaide CBD
Award: Public Sector Salaried Employees Interim Award
Eligibility: Non-Public Sector Employees May Apply
Department: Premier and Cabinet (History Trust of South Australia – )
Enquiries to: Kevin Jones, Director, Maritime Museum, telephone 8207 6260, email
Applications to: Joylyne Teh, HR Officer, History Trust, GPO Box 1836, Adelaide, 5001, telephone 8203 9858, email
Note: Applicants are asked to submit a CV and 2 page cover letter. Please forward an original application plus three copies.
Closing Date: 28 Aug 2009
Careers & Employer Liaison Centre
CRICOS Registered Provider: The Flinders University of South Australia
CRICOS Provider Number: 00114A
Thunder Bay National Marine Sanctuary has two AmeriCorps Member positions now available. The one year placements would begin October 1 and work with the education and outreach team here at the sanctuary in Alpena, Michigan.
The job postings can be found thorough our AmeriCorps partner, Huron Pines:
When looking at the job announcement page, the two positions at the sanctuary are Education and Outreach Specialist and Place-Based Education Coordinator. Questions can be directed to myself at the below contact number and email.
Cathy Green Education Coordinator Thunder Bay National Marine Sanctuary
500 W. Fletcher Street
Alpena, MI 49707
Phone 989-356-8805 ext.10
1) Museum Technician (Senior Preparator), Maritime Museum of the Atlantic, closes August 25
2) Chief Executive Officer, Patriots Point Naval Museum, ncd
3) Tenure Track Assistant Professor, U.S. Military History, Texas Tech University
Texas Tech University invites applications for a tenure-track assistant professorship in pre-1900 U. S. military history to begin in August, 2010. The department is particularly interested in candidates with specializations in one or more of the following sub-fields, which complement or supplement the department’s existing strengths: the military in American society, naval history, peace and conflict studies, transnational and global comparative history. However, we encourage applications from all qualified candidates with a research specialization in pre-1900 U. S. military history, broadly conceived. The successful candidate will be expected to teach both halves of the U. S. history surveys, as well as advanced undergraduate and graduate courses in the candidate’s areas of expertise. The successful candidate must conduct research commensurate with the standards of a research-intensive university, and will be expected to offer appropriate service to the department, college, and university as needed. A strong commitment to undergraduate and graduate teaching is also required. Ph.D. must be completed by the time of the appointment. Send letter of application, c.v., sample of scholarly work, and three letters of reference by November 1, 2009 to Chair, Gretchen Adams, Military History Search Committee, Dept. of History, Texas Tech University, Box 41013, Lubbock, TX 79409-1013. You can also apply online, attaching the required materials at http://jobs.texastech.edu. The university is an AA/EOE and strongly encourages applications from women, minorities, and members of underrepresented groups. The department is sensitive to the needs of dual-career couples.
4) Summer Intern, Hawaii Maritime Museum, ncd
5) Curatorial Assistant, Australian National Maritime Museum, closes August 28
6) Assistant Director, Houston Maritime Museum, Applications accepted from August 12 until position is filled
7) Marine Survey Manager, Fugro Pelagos, ncd
National Maritime Museum (UK) jobs listing
1) Junior Researcher, The International Fieldschool for Maritime Archaeology Flevoland, ncd (Information on the Fieldschool)
2) Vice President of Collections and Exhibitions, New Bedford Whaling Museum
As a key member of the senior management team, the VP Collections and Exhibitions is responsible for the Museum’s collection, exhibitions and presentations, plus research library management. Oversees a staff of 6 FTEs, plus a number of volunteers and apprentices. Assumes primary responsibility for the planning, development, supervision, and installation of the Museum’s exhibitions both on location, off-site and on-line. Assumes primary responsibility for the development, management, and care of the art and history collections and develop strategies, in adherence to the museum policies, to strengthen the Museum’s collection by identifying appropriate acquisitions and de-accessions; and providing assistance to the President in identifying funding sources and donors. Works with the Museum Conservator in the planning, direction, and execution of preservation and conservation activities to ensure the Museum’s continued reputation as a world-class whaling, maritime, and regional history museum. Oversight of the Museum’s research library and scholarly activities will also be a primary focus, responsible for ensuring that the integrity of the Museum’s exhibition publications and catalogues is sustained and enhanced.
Please contact on a confidential basis: Kristen Sniezek, V.P. Administration New Bedford Whaling Museum 18 Johnny Cake Hill, New Bedford, MA 02740 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org.
3) Manager of Fleet Services, Australian National Maritime Museum, closes 14 August