Underwater Archaeology and Maritime History jobs


24 February 2012

Posted in Uncategorized by underwaterarchaeologyjobs on February 24, 2012

1) Heritage Consultants, Cotswold Archaeology, closes March 12

We are interested in receiving applications for Heritage Consultants at all levels of experience, and with specialities that may include archaeological consultancy, historic buildings, marine archaeology and research projects.

2) Research Assistant, Newcastle University, closes 29 February

Using the national method for Historic Seascape Characterisation (HSC), the project will undertake a GIS-based characterisation of the study area, including adjacent waters and coastal zones. This project forms one ‘lot’ of a broader project which aims to undertake historic characterisation of the whole of England’s coasts, seas and adjacent UK Controlled Waters, creating a national HSC database to inform coastal and marine management and spatial planning.

3) Archival Interns, Maine Maritime Museum, Bath, ME
Maine Maritime Museum seeks two full-time, unpaid Archival Interns to work with contracted Archivists, Museum staff and volunteers as part of a CLIR funded grant project. The duration of these opportunities is eight weeks during Summer 2012 with flexible start dates.  Duties include the processing, arrangement and description of selected manuscript collections relating to shipping. Research, assisting in the creation of finding aids and data entry are also required. The successful candidates will have completed coursework in American History, Library Science, or Museum Studies and possess excellent organizational, written and interpersonal skills.  Regional historical/maritime knowledge a plus. To apply, send resume and cover letter by April 6th to Curator@MaritimeME.org or by mail to Nathan Lipfert, Senior Curator, Maine Maritime Museum, 243 Washington St, Bath, Maine, 04530.

4) Library/Curatorial Intern, Maine Maritime Museum, Bath, ME
Maine Maritime Museum seeks a full-time, unpaid intern to work with the Museum’s curators and volunteers for eight weeks in Summer 2012 with a flexible start date.  The primary project will be to sort and integrate a large group of photograph, ephemeral, and manuscript collections into the Museums existing Library collections. Additional duties include data entry, exhibit installation, processing incoming artifacts and various tasks as assigned. The successful candidate will have completed coursework in American History, Library Science, or Museum Studies and possess excellent organizational, written and interpersonal skills.  Regional historical/maritime knowledge a plus. To apply, send resume and cover letter by April 6th to Curator@MaritimeME.org or by mail to Nathan Lipfert, Senior Curator, Maine Maritime Museum, 243 Washington St, Bath, Maine, 04530.

5) Lighthouse Keeper, Goose Rocks Lighthouse, apply today

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