1) VP, Collections & Programs, The Mariners’ Museum
2) Assistant or Associate Professor of Social Science, Sea Education Association, closes 1 February
3) Assistant or Associate Professor and Coastal Social Scientist, East Carolina University, closes 15 February
The Catalan Institute for Cultural Heritage Research (Spain) offers to act as Host Institution to postdoctoral researchers who wish to develop their research in the field of cultural heritage through funding from the BEATRIU DE PINÓS grants.
The Catalan Institute for Cultural Heritage Research (ICRPC) is a research centre in the field of cultural heritage research in Spain and clearly positions itself at the forefront of international scientific discussions on innovative aspects such as social uses of heritage and processes of patrimonialisation.
ICRPC research has a clear multidisciplinary focus, covering the following disciplines in the areas of humanities and social sciences: social and cultural anthropology, archaeology, cultural management, history, history of art and museology.
The main research programmes that combine the various disciplines and methodologies mentioned above, are:
1. Processes of patrimonialisation; 2. Uses of cultural heritage; 3. Visitors and museums; 4. History of cultural heritage: destruction and safeguarding of heritage. 5. Maritime Heritage.
closes 26 January
5) Education Coordinator, Maine Maritime Museum
This position is located at the Puget Sound Navy Museum in Bremerton, WA. Our mission is to collect, preserve and interpret the history of the US Navy in the Pacific Northwest for the benefit of the US Navy and the people of the United States. The vision is to make the museum a preferred destination for naval personnel, shipyard workers, and visitors to Bremerton and Puget Sound. The museum accomplishes this mission through programs of artifact collection, interpretation, education and publication.
An experienced Data Processor is required for a consultancy providing specialized services in the field of hydrography and related disciplines such as geology, geophysics, marine archaeology, GIS, data processing, data management and engineering requires .
My client predominantly focuses on construction support for the Oil and Gas Industry on the Dutch Continental Shelf, in-house processing of hydrographic and geophysical data and advice on various Hydrographic, geophysical and archaeological projects.
The head office is based in Amsterdam, The Netherlands.
Candidates must have 3+ years experience
Cloud based processing experience is desirable
PDS 2000 software experience
DUTCH speaking candidates will be preferred- Must have right to work in EU
Competitive salary and benefits will be offered plus excellent career progression.
March / April start date
For more information, please apply now online or send your CV to email address below
Alternatively feel free to call for a confidential discussion- +44(0)208 9444 198
Pathways Student Internship
Eligible enrolled or accepted for enrollment and eligible veteran preference eligible with student status. Qualified students who are eligible for the Pathways Internship program must be enrolled in an accredited college including 4-year colleges/universities, community colleges, and junior colleges; professional, technical, vocational, and trade school, advanced degree programs; or other qualifying educational institution pursuing a qualifying degree or certificate.
Position Information: This position is established to provide meaningful employment opportunity at the Graduate Student Level; the incumbent serves as a Student Trainee (Archeology Technician) SCUBA Diver with the Submerged Resources Center (SRC), National Park Service (NPS) Intermountain Region, Lakewood, Colorado.
Classification: Planning Officer (Professional)l Level 1AB
Employment Status: Temporary Full-Time
Vacancy Ref: EOI 030-15
Duration: ASAP up to 6 Months
Eligibility: This position is open to applications from all current Ongoing, temporary and casual NSW government employees. Contractors are ineligible to apply.
The primary objective of the position holder is to be a part of the Heritage Division Maritime Archaeology Team and to assist in the implementation of NSW Government Maritime Archaeology Program, the Office of Environment & Heritage Corporate Plan, and the NSW component of the National Historic Shipwreck Program activities.
To Apply: Your application should consist of:
Resume (or CV) that sets out your education, work history and other facts about yourself that relate to the role (maximum of 4 pages)
Cover letter that summarises your skills, qualifications and experience, and addresses the following targeted questions (maximum of 2 pages):
Q1 What is your understanding of the Maritime Archaeologist function and how do your skills align with the role?
Q2. What steps would you take to ensure the delivery a large scale content gathering project, from gathering of raw content and analysis of information through to publication on a website?
The information provided in your application must demonstrate that you meet the focus capabilities for the role. (Refer to the role description for details about these capabilities and the behaviours associated with them.)
Job Notes: Please do not submit copies of qualifications online. If you are invited to attend an interview you will be required to produce relevant documentation then. Electronic applications must be MS Office 2003 compatible. Late applications will not be accepted.
For Temporary positions: This is a temporary position for a period up to 6 Months Overseas applicants MUST have a current working visa to apply for this position.
New employment legislation now applies to the NSW public sector from 24 February 2014. All current and new employees will be employed at a classification level and assigned to a role rather than appointed to a position. Employees may be re-assigned to other roles at the same classification over time, in line with organisation priorities and/or personal development plans.
Inquiries: Mairead McVitty, (02) 9873 8528, or by using the link below: