1) Historical Archival Cultural Services Officer, closes March 16
Knowledge of methodologies and research practices pertaining to the fields of archaeology, palaeontology and marine heritage is also an asset.
2) Curator/Operations Manager, Wisconsin Maritime Museum, Apply Today
3) Multiple Conservator jobs, Antarctic Heritage Trust, closes March 26
4) Study Abroad, The 41st Annual Oxford Berkeley Program, July 19-August 7, 2010. New Course: Hearts of Oak: The Royal Navy in the Age of Revolution 1776-1815, enroll before April 2
1) Program and Administrative Support Assistant, US NPS Submerged Resources Center, closes March 10
This position is located with the Submerged Resources Center (SRC) Intermountain Regional Office, Denver Co. The primary purpose of the position is to serve as the administrative focal point of the team and to provide program and management support to the SRC Chief.
2) Two (2) Underwater Forensic Operations Specialists, FBI, closes March 2
Serves as an Underwater Evidence Specialist and supports the FBI’s Underwater Search and Evidence Response Team.
All applicants must have experience working with underwater imaging technologies, such as side scan sonar, ROVs, multi-beam sonar imaging systems, etc., and/or as a Diver or Diver Supervisor in the public safety, military, or commercial dive industries.
City of Zurich, Chief of Underwater Archaeology and Dendrochronology, closes March 12.
Join us this Friday and Saturday, February 26-27, as we celebrate the rich maritime history of our nation’s oldest port. The St. Augustine and the Sea symposium is sponsored by the St. Augustine Historical Society, the Lighthouse Archaeological Maritime Program (LAMP), the St. Augustine Lighthouse and Museum, and the City of St. Augustine. All events are free and open to the public!
24th Shipwrecks Conference, Underwater Archaeological Society of BC, March 20, 2010.
Applicants are being considered for the position of Coastal or Marine Geologist at Coastal Planning & Engineering’s Tampa Bay Regional Office in St. Petersburg, Florida. Applicants must have the technical background and/or experience required to accomplish various tasks associated with marine geophysical data collection and processing.
The position is a broad-based geology position with a concentration in offshore geophysical (seismic sub-bottom, sidescan sonar, and magnetometer) data collection and processing in support of resource identification for beach nourishment projects and related activities. The ideal candidate has experience with mobilizing and operating geophysical systems, offshore survey operations, and geophysical data processing and interpretation.
The following minimum qualifications are required:
a) Bachelor of Science degree in marine geology or similar field (Master of Science preferred);
b) Willingness to conduct offshore geophysical and geotechnical field investigations requiring stays on offshore survey vessels and/or day trips on smaller coastal survey vessels;
c) Willingness/ability to occasionally travel for up to three weeks at a time for field work, in and out of the country;
d) Demonstrated understanding of geophysical principles and survey methodologies (including Real-Time Kinematic GPS experience);
e) Demonstrated ability to fluently communicate in spoken and written English;
f) Must possess a clean driving record;
g) Have a passion for working in a consulting firm environment on coastal projects;
h) Be able to legally work in the United States without support for an indefinite period of time;
i) Have the ability to handle multiple assignments efficiently and effectively and process data/prepare reports with limited supervision;
j) Self-motivated hard-worker capable of working in a team environment in (sometimes difficult) offshore survey conditions;
k) Be able to work independently and with our multidisciplinary team of professionals and staff;
l) SCUBA diving certification at an advanced level, with AAUS Scientific Diver certification preferred.
If you are interested and qualified, please submit the following to the address below:
1) A brief résumé and cover letter
2) A statement of salary history or expectation.
3) Three references.
Beau C. Suthard, P.G.
Director, Tampa Bay Regional Office
Coastal Planning & Engineering, Inc.
101 16th Avenue South, Suite 4
St. Petersburg, Florida 33701
1) Maritime Archaeology Research Assistant, Oxford Center for Maritime Archaeology, closes March 22. A research assistant is sought for the Director of the Oxford Centre for Maritime Archaeology (OCMA). This is a half-time position based in the Institute of Archaeology, University of Oxford.
2) Supervisor of Interpretation
Supervisor of Interpretation: This Full time position as Supervisor of Interpretation provides support for Interpretation staff including coaching, hiring, training and evaluation. A background in museum work, competence with budgeting, writing and program development is required. Highly developed interpersonal skills are essential. An undergraduate degree in a related field is required, an advanced degree is preferred, maritime history and sailing knowledge a plus. For information or an application visit our website www.mysticseaport.org/employment or call Human Resources 860-572-5346. We are an AA/EOE.
3) Archival Researcher – Temporary Washington DC
The Intrepid Museum
Applications Contact person: Human Resources
Application due date: 2010/03/01
Salary range: tbd
The Intrepid Museum is looking for a temporary archival researcher to conduct primary source research at the National Archives, Naval History & Heritage Command, the Library of Congress and other sources in Washington, D.C. The purpose of the research is to uncover archival materials, photographs and film footage that pertains to the history of the aircraft carrier USS Intrepid and the functioning of various spaces within the ship. Responsibilities include but are not limited to:
. Make preliminary assessments of archival holdings at National Archives, Naval History & Heritage Command, the Library of Congress and other sources in Washington, D.C.
. Coordinate travel logistics and travel to Washington, D.C. to visit archival collections.
. Obtain copies of archival materials, photographs and film footage for Intrepid Museum’s files.
. Organize research findings and draft a report summarizing their contents for the Museum’s Curator of History.
. Other research projects as requested.
This is a temporary position that will commence in the winter of 2010. Position pays an hourly rate for research plus travel expenses. Candidate must be able to travel from Washington, D.C to New York.
The ideal candidate will have a graduate degree in history or a related field, as well as demonstrated archival research experience. Candidates who are currently pursuing graduate degrees or who have a bachelor’s degree and extensive research experience will be considered. Expertise in naval or military history is preferred. Strong written and verbal communication skills are required. Excellent organizational skills and the ability to work independently are a must. For consideration e-mail resume to: firstname.lastname@example.org.
No Phone Calls. Only those candidates selected for an interview will be contacted. The Intrepid Sea, Air & Space Museum is an equal opportunity employer.
4) Marine Surveyor (Side scan, multi-beam, sub bottom), Brone Positioning and Survey, Ltd. (Nigeria), ncd
5) Interpreter, Split Rock Lighthouse, closes 15 March
43rd Annual Meeting
Canadian Archaeological Association
April 28 – May 2, 2010
Marine and Maritime Archaeologies: Putting the Coast Back in Coastal
For most regions of the world, including all of North America, the practices of marine and maritime archaeology remain fractured and marginalized. As a consequence, these sub-disciplines exist at the boundaries of the mainstream, even in regions where coastal cultures are the primary research focus. Thus, for many areas the ‘maritime’ archaeological record is represented almost exclusively by terrestrial or ‘dry’ sites, to the exclusion of intertidal, subtidal, and other aquatic landscapes. Having recognized this, archaeologists are increasingly turning to marine and maritime archaeologies to enhance their understanding of human-environment interaction at the land-water interface. For this session, we invite papers that work towards bridging the disconnect that exists between ‘terrestrial’, ‘coastal’, ‘maritime’, and ‘marine’ archaeologies, especially through new research and the use of multidisciplinary and novel approaches.
Conference information available at: http://www.ucalgary.ca/CAA2010/
The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s Dr. Nancy Foster Scholarship Program recognizes outstanding scholarship and encourages independent graduate level research — particularly by female and minority students — in oceanography, marine biology and maritime archaeology. Congress authorized the Program, as described in the National Marine Sanctuaries Amendments Act of 2000 (Pub. L. 106-513), soon after Dr. Foster’s death in June 2000, as a means of honoring her life’s work and contribution to the nation. The program is administered through NOAA’s Office of Education and funded annually with one percent of the amount appropriated each fiscal year to carry out the National Marine Sanctuaries Act.
Application period January 1-2010 through March 17, 2010.
The Maryland Historical Trust, Maryland Department of Planning has been awarded a grant from the American Battlefield Protection Program (ABPP) of the National Park Service (Grant GA-2244-09-015). The purpose of this grant is to undertake battleground analyses related to six maritime actions/naval engagements of the Revolutionary War and War of 1812 in Maryland.
We are inviting interested parties to submit a proposal to undertake the KOCOA research, documentation, creation of relevant GIS maps for these six sites, and the preparation of one National Register (NR) nomination….
Closes 26 February, Proposals Due