Underwater Archaeology and Maritime History jobs


2 September 2011

Posted in Uncategorized by underwaterarchaeologyjobs on September 2, 2011

1) Learning & Community Engagement Officer, Royal Navy Submarine Museum, closes September 26

2) Cutty Sark Marketing Manager, closes September 19

3) Learning Manager, Portsmouth Naval Base, closes September 30

4) Hydrographer/Marine Technician, Provincetown Center for Coastal Studies, closes September 9

Hydrographer/Marine Technician to co-lead the day-to-day operations of nearshore shallow water surveys. The Center has a state-of-the-art interferometric sonar system which is currently being used on several projects.
Main responsibilities are the acquisition and processing of hydrographic data during day cruises based out of Provincetown, MA. Qualifications include:

• experience at sea and small boat operation skills
• familiarity with hydrographic data collection
• an understanding of the supporting equipment and electronics (or willingness to learn)
• knowledge of or aptitude for hydrographic data analysis and visualization through software packages such as ARCGIS, HYPACK, CARIS, and Fledermaus.
• Minimum of Master’s Degree in a relevant field

Scientists, hydrographers, technicians, and other specialists are encouraged to apply. Ample opportunities exist for program expansion, as well as integration with other PCCS programs, depending on candidate skills and interests.

5) Bicentennial Programs Coordinator
The USS Constitution Museum seeks an energetic and creative individual to develop interpretive programs for a primarily family audience. This full time, 40 hour/week position is expected to last one year. The five day work week includes one weekend day and the position includes a full benefits package. EOE. The Coordinator will create thematic programs and training material that combines research material with interpretive techniques and activities for engaging audiences. The bicentennial of the War of 1812 provides the opportunity for the Museum to revamp its programming options and the Coordinator will play an integral part in reshaping the Museum’s offerings. The timing of the position coincides with the launch of a new “Old Ironsides 1812 Discovery Center” exhibit designed to be a joint exhibition and programming space. The Coordinator will be engaged in a variety of duties that may include: evaluating source materials for appropriate thematic connections,  researching family programming at other institutions, organizing program content, developing interpretive, hands-on, minds-on activities and prototyping and evaluating activities. The Coordinator will work under  the Director of Collections and Learning and with the Museum Learning Managers. QUALIFICATIONS:-Experience working with a family audience -Excellent spoken and written communication skills -Evidence of creative program design -Degrees in museum studies, education, and history programs preferred. TO APPLY: Send letter of interest, resume, salary history, and references to jzanolli@ussconstitutionmuseum.org. Only those selected for an interview will be contacted. EOE.

6) Intern, Lowell’s Boat Shop, open until filled

Lowell’s Boat Shop is a National Historic Landmark and working museum, dedicated to preserving and perpetuating the art and craft of wooden boat building. Established in 1793, Lowell’s Boat Shop is the oldest continuously operating wooden boat building shop in the United States and is cited as the birthplace of the legendary fishing dory.

7) Hydrographic Surveyor, Fugro Consultants, Inc., Ventura, CA, closes 30 September

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