Bureau of Ocean Energy Management (BOEM), Marine Archeologist, closes 16 July, apply today.
Apply today for a seat on the Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary Advisory Council, two seats open for Submerged Cultural Resources (member) and (alternate). Apply before July 31.
Applicants are chosen based upon their particular expertise and experience in relation to the seat for which they are applying; community and professional affiliations; philosophy regarding the protection and management of marine resources; and possibly the length of residence in the area affected by the sanctuary. Applicants who are chosen as members should expect to serve 3-year terms, pursuant to the council’s Charter.
Museum Curator, Puget Sound Navy Museum, closes 2 July
This position is located at the Puget Sound Navy Museum, Northwest Naval Museums, Museums and Collections Division, Naval History and Heritage Command. As a Museum Curator, you will be serving as the primary advisor and subject matter expert to the director on all matters related to the history of the U.S. Navy in the Pacific Northwest, including historical research, collections research, and contemporary collecting.
1) Two (2) Museum Assistants, Lancaster Maritime Museum, closes 29 June
2) PhD Scholarship, University of Hull, closes 13 July
Sculpture and the Sea: Figureheads, Ship Decoration and Britain’s Maritime Worlds
University of Hull – Maritime Historical Studies Centre, University of Hull and the National Maritime Museum, Greenwich
1) Collections Inventory and Research Assistant, National Mississippi River Museum, closes 29 June
2) PhD Studentships, Queen Mary, University of London, Maritime History, closes 29 June
3) US Coast Guard, Chief of Drawings and Graphics Support Section, closes 28 June
The incumbent serves as the Chief of the Drawings and Graphics Support Section, Technical Information Management Branch, ESD. The incumbent oversees the preparation, publishing, and management of 220,000 technical engineering drawings for the USCG fleet; and includes the coordination, monitoring, distribution, storage, and retirement of these drawings.
Typical work assignments include:
-Reviews, edits, amends, maintains, issues, and otherwise manages the distribution of all Naval Engineering technical drawings relating to the maintenance of naval Engineering systems on all classes of cutters and standard boats.
-Maintains Information Handling Services cassettes, CD-ROM disks and operating system for national, international, and military specification, vendor catalog services, Naval directives and instructions, industry standards, and EPA standards. –Coordinates and plans for the retirement and storage of Technical cutter and boat plans with the Coast Guard Historian as cutters and boats are removed from inventory.
Project Manager/Senior Maritime Archaeologist, Headland Archaelogy (UK) Ltd., apply today.
Headland Archaeology UK Ltd is seeking to recruit an experienced maritime archaeologist to its Consultancy team. Working throughout the UK and Ireland we would consider applications to be based in our Edinburgh or Leighton Buzzard offices.
1) Senior Objects Conservator, Australian National Maritime Museum, closes 17 June.
2) Maritime Anthropologist, University of Hawaii at Manoa, closes 19 June.
The University of Hawaii at Manoa seeks to address compelling issues of Indigenous Hawaiian knowledge and practices, including the legal, economic, social, human relations, land and natural resource management, and Native Hawaiian rights associated with malama aina through collaborative cross-cutting research and training. To achieve this goal, the University is announcing its strategic hire for tenure track faculty in Native Hawaiian Natural Resource and Land Management, Economics, Law, Language, and Studies.