The research activity aims to evaluate the use of advanced ICT technology (underwater submarines, Sub Bottom Profiler, Georadar, Electrical Tomography) for the monitoring and protection of underwater archeological sites in lake environment.
We are looking for someone to teach an optional postgraduate module, offered to our MA programmes, including the MA Classics, MA Classical Civilisation.
The module, taught over 10 seminars, 1.5 hours each, explores the relationship between the Greeks and the sea in the archaic, classical and Hellenistic periods, through a close examination of key literary texts, such as Herodotus, Thucydides, drama, the Old Oligarch, Callimachus’ Hymn to Delos, Ps.Scylax Periplous, amongst others. The module is offered to our MA Classics and MA Classical Civilisation students and is also available to our History and Archaeology students.
The candidate will have a relevant qualification equivalent to the teaching level. Desirable candidates will have a PhD or equivalent in Classics or Ancient History (or equivalent) and experience of teaching at MA level. Supervisory experience would also be an advantage.
Please refer to the person specification for further selection criteria.
Payment is based on an hourly rate depending on length of continuous service with the College (starting rate £61.68 per hour inclusive of pro-rata London Allowance and holiday pay) for contact hours worked. This hourly rate is based on the starting point of Grade 7 and is inclusive of a ‘Duties Related to Teaching Multiplier’ which covers preparation, teaching, administration, assessment marking and other examining duties in connection with the course.
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Are you passionate about London’s history and how the public can engage with it? The Museum of London Docklands is looking for a Senior Curator who will be responsible for all of the displays there, with a particular focus on the future of the London, Sugar and Slavery gallery – the only gallery in London to tell the story of the transatlantic slave trade and its continuing legacies. The Senior Curator will work closely with a Curator (Community Engagement) and the Learning and Engagement team to deliver a compelling and innovative programme, including working closely with external partners.
You will act as a key member of the Docklands Strategy Group, liaising with key internal teams including the Managing Director. The Senior Curator will also take a leading role in the activities of the London, Sugar and Slavery Advisory Group, and will be responsible for developing proposals for the next five years of the LSS gallery.
You will have expert knowledge of the history of London’s maritime trade and / or its relationship to Empire, colonialism and transatlantic slavery. You will also have significant experience of participating in public history, communicating to a wide and diverse audience.
For more information about this role, please see the Job Description. To know more about what it’s like to work in the Museum of London and to get some top tips on how to make the best of your application visit: https://www.museumoﬂondon.org.uk/about-us/jobs
The Museum of London is committed to equal opportunities and diversity. We particularly welcome applications from disabled, Black, Asian and ethnically diverse candidates, who are currently under-represented in our organisation.
This is a full-time position with a starting salary range of $100,000-$120,000 commensurate with experience and qualifications. CRM also offers a benefits package that includes a medical savings account, life insurance, a voluntary 401(k) program (no employer match), and paid time off. The Connecticut River Museum is an Equal Opportunity Employer seeking a diverse workforce.
Come join us in the international study program for an MA degree that incorporates diving in the Mediterranean, learning in the classroom, field excavations and much more!! Last places are now open for registration. Sign up today to secure your spot. Scholarships are also available!
The National Marine Sanctuary Foundation, a 501(c)3 non-profit organization that is a leading voice for U.S. protected waters, is seeking a Climate/Marine Protected Area Associate.
The Climate/Marine Protected Area Associate will provide support to the Office of National Marine Sanctuaries (ONMS) to enhance climate change assessment and adaptation actions across the Office of National Marine Sanctuaries and the nation’s MPAs. Focus areas include supporting climate vulnerability assessments, synthesizing and disseminating information on climate change impacts, identifying and developing adaptation actions (including habitat restoration), supporting climate education and outreach, and green operations across NOAA’s Office of National Marine Sanctuaries.
The climate associate serves as part of a core team supporting implementation of the ONMS Climate Resilience Strategy under the direction of the ONMS Climate Team and will report to the On-Site Coordinator.
This position will be based in NOAA’s ONMS headquarters office in Silver Spring, with the potential for some telework or remote work.
The National Marine Sanctuary Foundation is committed to a culture of inclusion, equity, and belonging. We are dedicated to attracting and retaining a diverse staff. We honor experiences, perspective, and unique identities, and welcome the contributions that you can bring to the dedicated team. With a diverse team of employees, we can grow and learn better together and achieve our mission to protect the health of the ocean, coasts, and Great Lakes for current and future generations.
What You’ll Do
Responsibilities include, but are not limited to, the following:
Develop science-based reports for ONMS and partners that enhance the incorporation of climate information into Sanctuaries management:
● Support ONMS’ Climate Team and its working groups, including organizing meetings, following up on action items, and preparing reports and other products.
● Support virtual, web-based learning exchanges for ONMS to aid on-site staff and partners in the incorporation of climate change considerations into sanctuary management.
● Support national marine sanctuaries in their climate vulnerability assessments and adaptation planning
● Develop a restoration opportunities database for ONMS to document restoration opportunities within and near sanctuaries to facilitate development of funding and partnerships
● Assess US and ONMS authorities of relevance to the governing and deployment of marine carbon dioxide removal technologies and develop recommendations for the application of ONMS permitting authorities to these technologies
● Support activities with the ONMS Maritime Heritage Program and sites with a maritime and/or cultural heritage focus to identify next steps to identify and address climate impacts for cultural resources.
● Support the development of climate communication and education products for Sanctuaries by serving a writer, editor and reviewer (as needed) for products.
● Responsible for other deliverables related to climate change and MPAs as identified by the MPA Center/ONMS.
Who You Are
Bachelor’s degree in biology, ecology, or earth sciences, environmental sciences, or policy, plus at least two years of specialized work experience related to two or more the following:
• Analyzing climate impacts and adaptation in the marine or coastal environment
• Science and management of marine protected areas, including management of natural and cultural resources
• Coordinating multi-disciplinary marine planning and management efforts
• Communicating technical and/or environmental information verbally and in written format.
Master’s degree in biology, ecology, or earth sciences/environmental science
Why You Will Love Us
• Dedicated and passionate staff committed to marine and Great Lakes conservation.
• Two weeks paid annual leave, plus paid time off the week between December 25 and January 1; and 12 paid holidays
• Two weeks paid sick leave
• Health Benefits: Medical with an FSA option; dental, and vision
• Foundation paid Life and Disability Insurance
• Preparing for the Future: 403(B) with employer contribution after one year of service
The Western Australian Museum is a vibrant centre of inspiration, learning and enjoyment for everyone. It preserves, documents and shares collections relating to the State’s natural and cultural heritage. It collaborates with people across Western Australia to share the stories and voices of diverse communities. It works alongside national and international organisations, contributing to global research, promoting life-long learning, and developing and hosting world-class exhibitions.
About the role
Leading by example, the Head of Maritime Heritage is responsible for the management of the functions and activities of the department, including the provision of expert research and advice in accordance with relevant legislation, operational and strategic planning, management of resources, and working across disciplines to meet the Museum’s organisational priorities and strategic aims.
The position involves fieldwork in marine, inter-tidal and terrestrial locations that may require boating, diving, camping and other physically demanding activities.
We are looking for a dynamic, self-motivated leader who loves working in a positive team environment, enjoys a challenge and wants to make a difference.
You will have relevant qualifications in maritime heritage that will enable you to lead and / or undertake a range maritime heritage related work around the State, in both State and Commonwealth waters.
You will use your subject expertise to provide advice to senior management, and other stakeholders in accordance with relevant State and Commonwealth legislation. You will be committed to fostering strong and positive relationships within the Museum, as well as with external partners, other government agencies and the public.
The successful applicant will be expected to:
Have tertiary qualifications relevant to Western Australian maritime heritage.
Have demonstrated subject expertise and knowledge of the relevant State and Commonwealth legislation.
Have highly developed team-building and people management skills, including the ability to lead or work in internal cross-disciplinary environments, external clients and other government agencies, and research partners.
Have demonstrated experience in managing and undertaking fieldwork, including fieldwork research proposals
Have the necessary diving and boating qualifications specified in the JDF.
How to apply
Please ensure you review the attached Job Description Form (JDF) for further information about the work-related requirements (Selection Criteria) of this position. This information will assist you with the preparation of your application.
We require you to submit:
A current comprehensive CV including the contact details of two referees.
A statement of no more than three (3) A4 pages addressing all the essential work-related requirements. Please provide relevant examples to support your claims.
Please also submit the following evidence along with your application:
Hold a certificate for general diving work in accordance with AS 2815.2 Training and certification of occupational divers, Part 2: Surface supplied diver to 30m.
A current (within 12 months) fitness to dive issued in accordance with AS 2299.1 Occupational Diving Medical Examination.
A certificate of competency Coxswain Grade 1 Near Coastal.
Applicants who cannot demonstrate they hold these qualifications will not be considered.
Please ensure you allow sufficient time to submit your application, as late applications will not be accepted.
To submit your application, click “Apply for Job” button at the bottom of this page. Emailed applications will not be accepted.
If you experience technical difficulties applying online, please contact the RAMS Helpdesk on 1300 733 056, in the first instance. For information about the process, you can contact Human Resources on (08) 6552 1718.
If you would like further information on this opportunity please contact Catherine Belcher, Head of Culture and Communities on (08) 9212 3875.
Eligibility to Apply
To be eligible for appointment, applicants must have a valid working visa (for fixed term appointments) or be an Australian citizen, permanent resident, or have a visa to live and work indefinitely in Australia (for permanent appointments) at the time of application.
A current (within 6 months) National Police Clearance Certificate will be required prior to commencement of employment, as per the Department’s Police Record Screening Policy.
This pool will be open for a period of 18 months from the day after the breach of standard claim period closes. Permanent and fixed term full time appointments may be offered as vacancies arise; however, an appointment is not guaranteed.
Applicants found suitable in this pool, may be considered for subsequent, similar vacancies with the WA Museum for the duration of the pool.
Equity and Diversity
The WA Museum is an equal opportunity employer and is committed to creating an equitable and diverse working environment and providing opportunities for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, people with disabilities, people from culturally diverse backgrounds and young people. The Museum values the importance of a work environment which is representative of the wider community, and which supports a variety of perspectives.
AECOM is actively seeking a highly talented Marine Archaeology Program Manager located in Germantown, MD. The Marine Archaeology Program Manager will provide support to cultural resource projects throughout the United States and internationally, as needed. The Marine Archaeology Program Manager will have extensive knowledge of marine archaeology data collection methods, data analysis, and data interpretation, demonstrated knowledge of the regulatory environment, high-level technical writing skills, and the ability to direct and mentor staff. Requirements for this position will include, but are not limited to:
Serve as AECOM Underwater Archaeology Program Manager.
Lead growth of AECOM’s underwater archaeology program nationwide and internationally.
Liaise with Business Line leads and Project Managers to support underwater cultural resource needs nationwide and internationally.
Lead and support proposal development.
Work with CRM Department Manager and other CRM Deputy Department Managers to lead and grow department and support growth of CRM Department staff.
Lead the scoping of marine archaeological projects and utilize GIS, site records, and other data sources to identify locations where sites can occur.
Keep records and maintain the relevant State Historic Preservation Officer (SHPO) documentation pertaining to cultural resources.
Provide regulatory compliance support for Federal, state, municipal, and commercial clients.
Serve as a Principal Investigator and have experience preparing Work Plans, designing research and field methodologies, directing field crews including scheduling work, making individual or teamwork assignments, and leading the instruction of others in the use of equipment, technology, and field methods, performing and overseeing data interpretation, overseeing report production, and making determinations of eligibility and client recommendations.
Support all phases of archaeological investigation and regulatory compliance.
Collect information and make judgments through observation, interviews, and the review of documents.
Write archaeological reports and/or prepare archaeological site forms and in making decisions about project alternatives, NRHP evaluations, and assessing effects on historic properties.
Work with technical field, lab and office staff, managers, and administrative staff to ensure that projects meet AECOM quality standards.
Perform manual labor including diving.
Bachelor’s degree and 6+ years of experience or demonstrated equivalency of experience and/or education.
Due to the nature of the work US Citizenship is required.
Valid Driver’s License Required
MA/MS or PhD in Maritime Archaeology with a focus on marine paleo-environment and sedimentary processes
Meets the Secretary of the Interior Professional Qualification Standards for Archeology.
Minimum of 8 years of experience, including five (5) years of supervisory experience.
Experience with geophysical survey methodologies
An understanding of field-testing experience
Working knowledge of isotopic dating
Demonstrated understanding of marine paleo-environment reconstruction and sedimentary processes
Ability to conduct or interpret paleo landform reconstructions
Clear and concise writing skills
Knowledge of and demonstrated experience with State and Federal CRM legal framework
Ability to travel for periods potentially extending 30 days or more
Has ability to perform bending, kneeling, standing, and lifting and carrying objects weighing 50 lbs. and have a tolerance for working in outdoor environments, including prolonged walking or standing on various terrain or marine vessels in a wide range of weather conditions.
Additional Locations US – Burlington, NJ – 437 High Street, US – Glen Allen, VA – 4840 Cox Road, US – Rocky Hill, CT – 500 Enterprise Dr, US – Tallahassee, FL – 1625 Summit Lake Drive
The ACUA is excited to join efforts in supporting diversity, equity, and inclusion in the field of underwater archaeology with RECON Offshore, a Veteran Owned Small Business (VOSB) providing cultural resources solutions in maritime archaeology. Thank you RECON for your generous annual donation to the student travel award. We share your commitment to a more inclusive underwater archaeology. https://reconoffshore.com/
The ACUA will be offering the ACUA and RECON Offshore Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion Student Travel Conference Award, providing $1,000 to defray travel costs for a student who is presenting a paper or poster on an underwater or maritime archaeology topic at the 2023 annual meeting in Lisbon, Portugal. The goals of this travel award are to increase diversity, equity, and inclusion and to encourage student involvement at the meetings. Diversity is inclusive of race, ethnicity, gender, sexual orientation, abilities, and socioeconomic background. Applicants that self-identify as diverse are encouraged to apply.
R. Christopher Goodwin & Associates, Inc. (RCG&A) has an opening for a Mid-Level Nautical Archaeologist in our Frederick, Maryland office. This full-time, permanent position requires a master’s degree in maritime/nautical archaeology or closely related field. Experience in geophysical data collection, processing and analyses is required, as is skill in technical writing. Experience conducting or supporting geotechnical investigations is ideal. The candidate also should possess project management experience working in the Gulf of Mexico and along the Atlantic Cost and Outer Continental Shelf. Experience with shallow air surface supplied diving systems is a plus, but not required.
This full-time, salaried professional position carries a full benefits package (paid holidays, vacation, and sick leave; health, dental, and life insurance; and a liberal 401(k) plan). Salary is highly competitive and commensurate with educational and professional experience.
RCG&A maintains a Drug-Free Workplace and frequently works on projects requiring security screening. All candidates must pass a background check and drug testing. COVID-19 vaccination is a prerequisite.
RCG&A, a 40-year-old cultural resources planning and compliance firm with expertise across the spectrum of the preservation disciplines, is a recipient of the National Trust for Historic Preservation’s National Preservation Honor Award, of the U.S. Small Business Administration’s Administrator’s Award of Excellence, of two Environmental Excellence and Stewardship Awards, Preservation Connecticut’s 2020 Award of Merit, and of the Top Ten Family Friendly Business Award.
Your application must include a letter of interest, a full CV, and contact information for three professional or academic references who can speak to your archaeological capabilities and work experience.
Past Preservers has teamed up with Viking Cruises to offer our experts a once in a lifetime opportunity! Ever dreamed of travelling to distant countries with flights & accommodation paid for, itinerary planned, food & drink provided, with an option to bring a companion, in exchange for sharing your knowledge with like-minded travellers?
Past Preservers are proud to announce we are official agents to Viking Ocean Cruises, supplying experts for the enrichment program aboard their stunning ships and we are looking for applicants interested in becoming a Resident Historian or a Guest Speaker. Please note all applicants must have lecturing experience and qualifications within a relevant subject.
Cruises vary from 7-21 days and during a cruise Viking would require Guest Speakers to deliver a minimum of 4 x 45 minute destination related lectures, relevant to the itinerary and ports of call. The Viking Resident Historian would be required to deliver a number of Iconic lectures, provided by Viking, along with several Forum discussion sessions, Office Hours and Bayeux Tapestry stairwell tours.
Please note the Viking Enrichment program is destination focused, only lectures relevant to the ports of call/area the ship is cruising in will be considered and they do not have speakers travelling on board the Viking River Cruises or Expedition ships in the same way as their Ocean ships.
The role of the Viking Resident Historian is to deliver a program of university-style curriculum lectures, forums and office hours, designed to provide guests with the opportunity to explore major chapters in world history as they relate to the itinerary.
The program supplements Viking’s enrichment activities and is a unique cruise industry initiative, offered only by Viking.
Resident Historians are required to travel onboard for 4-8 weeks at a time. Full requirements can be found here.
If you are interested and would like to apply, please submit the below required information to firstname.lastname@example.org – A video clip where you are lecturing or delivering a presentation to an audience. – The names of any other cruise ships you have lectured on. – Your availability for 2023/24
Guest Speaker – The cruise itineraries you are best suited to with examples of at least 4 lectures you could offer per itinerary.
Resident Historian – The cruise itineraries you are best suited to and can deliver the Viking provided presentations confidently, without referring to too many notes. The list of Iconic lectures you would need to deliver can be found on the www.Viking.com website, at the bottom of each itinerary page or here.
The primary purpose of this position is to administrate and supervise permanent, seasonal, intern, and volunteer collection branch staff and manage all collections at the Graveyard of the Atlantic Museum at Hatteras, the North Carolina Maritime at Beaufort, and the North Carolina Maritime Museum at Southport. Determine short term and long-range planning and daily workflow, staff assignments, budgeting, training, work standards, and performance reviews. Coordinate collections resources, concepts, and content throughout the Maritime Museum System; and establish and standardize best collections management policies throughout the System.
Provide expertise to staff and patrons/researchers and oversight of all acquisitions, accessions, and de-accessions.
Conduct research and oversee care of objects in the collections; maintain inventory and Proficio collections database; create and manage archives; digitally document the collections.
Assist in exhibit planning and installation; document and prepare collections going into and coming off display.
Oversee purchase of supplies and equipment.
Schedule and conduct meetings of the Maritime Museum System Collections Committee.
Interact with donors, lenders, borrowers, and museum colleagues in the acquisition of collections as well as loans for the exhibition program.
Interact with archaeologists, archivists, and historians to assess collections, determine preservation priorities, and upgrade care for diverse collections
Work closely with other curators, particularly the exhibit staff to plan and implement installations and disassembly of collections in the exhibition program.
Work with DNCR officials to provide artifact information, statistics, intern evaluations, and other information requested.
Excellent written and oral communication skills.
Skill in organizing projects and determining time frames for completion.
Skill in collaborating with peers, advisory boards, and focus groups in developing appropriate programs and exhibits.
The North Carolina Museum of History Division promotes the understanding of the history and material culture of North Carolina for the educational benefit of North Carolinians. Through collections, exhibits, and educational programs, its museums encourage citizens and visitors to explore and understand the past; to reflect on their lives and their place in history; and to preserve state, regional, and local history for future generations.
The mission of the North Carolina Maritime Museum System is to collect, preserve, research, document, and interpret the maritime history, culture, and environment of coastal North Carolina for diverse public and specialized audiences, to inspire appreciation, encourage discovery, and promote an active, responsible understanding for maritime heritage among present and future generations.
The United States Holocaust Memorial Museum is a federally chartered, nonpartisan institution that was created by the US Congress to serve as America’s national memorial to the victims of the Holocaust and an educational institution dedicated to the history and lessons of the Holocaust. The Museum seeks to educate Americans from all 50 states and all walks of life as well as international audiences. The Museum has three areas of expertise: Holocaust remembrance, Holocaust scholarship and education, and genocide prevention.
In carrying out its important memorial and educational mission, the Museum is guided by its institutional values for our workplace: Honor the memory of the victims; carry out our work with dignity, humility, integrity and respect for others; and strive for excellence through teamwork, rigor, and a culture of continuous learning. Consistent respect for others is the foundation for trust, collegiality and inclusion.
The Chief Conservator position is located in the Conservation Services Branch in the Collections Services Division of the Rubenstein National Institute for Holocaust Documentation (RNIHD) of the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum (USHMM). The division is responsible for overseeing the registration, preservation and storage of the Museum’s collection and coordinates loan programs to other accredited museums for exhibition purposes. The Conservation Services Branch is responsible for the preservation and conservation of the Museum’s collections on exhibition, in storage, and on loan to the institution and makes recommendations and provides guidelines for the housing, handling, methods of storage, and laboratory treatment of the collection. The Branch also provides environmental guidelines, recommendations, and monitoring to ensure a proper climate for the collection. The Collection constitutes the Museum’s most important asset and is held in public trust by the Presidentially appointed United States Holocaust Memorial Council.
The purpose of this position is to implement conservation policies and procedures and perform the following professional and technical conservation and preservation services, consultation, and support for the Archival and Curatorial Affairs Division (documents and manuscripts, three-dimensional artifacts, photographic materials, works of art on paper, paintings, sound recordings, and oral histories in various media and accompanying documentation); the Research and Reference Services Division (family registration forms, photographs, and published material); and Museum Experience and Digital Media Division (exhibitions).
The Chief Conservator leads the Branch and is responsible for drafting conservation policies, providing advice and guidance to the Division Director as requested to allow for the coordination of conservation and preservation policies for the Museum, providing basic conservation training to staff, and providing conservation programs, treatment, and other conservation services to the Museum. The Branch Chief provides recommendations on fundamental conservation issues to program and staff officials at all levels throughout the Museum and to officials in the Federal government and allied professional organizations. The program consists of specialized work that is of considerable difficulty and complexity which has agency-wide, or in some cases, government- wide, and professional impacts.
This is a full-time donated position (non-Federal) paid with the Museum’s private funds. Salary is commensurate with experience.
Sequence has been exclusively retained and is currently seeking a Principal Investigator in Marine Archaeology responsible for managing technical aspects of maritime archaeological projects. This unique role is slated to direct both technical field operations as well as undertake higher-level reporting and client interactions.
It is currently the most high-profile opportunity of its kind in the niche industry with opportunities for career advancement and practice development. It can be based remotely anywhere in the mid-west, north/southeast, or the southwestern United States.
Our client, one of the nation’s most respected Archeology consulting firms, is significantly growing its marine archeology practice efforts fueled by a host of wind, energy, and development undertakings coupled with more traditional heritage and historic site engagements.
With specific relation to the operations field activities, the firm has tasked us with finding a key Principal Investigator responsible for the execution of maritime project research, fieldwork, report preparation and content, National Register evaluation recommendations, evaluations of project effects, cultural resource management recommendations, and proper curation of project artifacts and records at an approved curation facility.
Key duties and responsibilities would include:
Timely and cost-effective conception, implementation, and completion of projects.
Management of multiple concurrent projects and priorities.
Development of project-specific budgets, personnel assignments, schedules, research goals, work plans, deliverables, and resource-specific recommendations.
Demonstrate understanding the requirements of the scope of work, using professional expertise with management standards regarding the identification and treatment of historic properties in federal waters.
Performing background research and literature review to develop historical contexts and probability models and develop risk assessments for project development,
Collecting and interpreting geophysical remote sensing survey data including side-scan sonar, magnetometer, gradiometer, sub-bottom profiler systems, and/or multibeam.
Evaluate remote sensing targets to determine if they represent cultural resources that may meet the criteria to be eligible for listing in the National Register of Historic Places,
Hold responsibility for QA/QC and the organization and completion of project-specific reports.
Develop professional recommendations for the management of cultural resources, particularly archaeological resources, using the National Register of Historic Places and other applicable criteria.
Participate in public outreach programs to educate people about the importance of archaeological resources and Heritage Management at the project, professional, and/or community levels.
Train, manage, and evaluate less experienced personnel as necessary to achieve project goals and company goals for professional development.
This position would be an excellent match for a mid-level RPA with proven consulting experience seeking to grow their abilities and background. It could also be an excellent match for senior-level RPA seeking a new home with an established organization. A place that would welcome their advanced experience and capabilities who could be a seller/doer within the practice.
Through the organization would ideally like the position based near one of their many offices, the position could be remote with travel to perform projects or company-related tasks (travel is project-dependent with an expectation of travel for multiple days on occasion – primarily within the United States).
The position requires:
M.A./M.S. in Anthropology, Archaeology, emphasizing underwater archaeology or related field, plus five years of CRM supervisory and report preparation experience.
Ability to function as a Qualified Marine Archaeologist (QMA) to Bureau of Ocean Energy/Management (BOEM) Guidelines, including the ability to meet SOI qualifications.
Familiarity with management standards regarding identification and treatment of historic properties in federal waters.
Experience collecting and interpreting geophysical remote sensing survey data, including side-scan sonar, magnetometer, gradiometer, sub-bottom profiler systems, and/or multibeam.
Registered Professional Archaeologist (RPA).
Certified diver with demonstrated scientific diver training.
Beyond competitive compensation, the organization offers very comprehensive benefits in addition to a host of other program benefits. Importance is placed on supporting employees’ total well-being and development. That same approach carries over to compensation. Anything of reason can be structured for the right individual, including relocation assistance or practice merger.
The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration’s (NOAA), Office of National Marine Sanctuaries (ONMS), West Coast Regional Office (WCRO) and Monterey Bay National Marine Sanctuary (MBNMS) require assistance conducting science and resource operations, including, but not limited to, management and maintenance of the Motorized Personal Watercraft (MPWC) buoy program.
MPWC are small, fast, and highly maneuverable craft that possess unconventionally high thrust capability and horsepower relative to their size and weight. The majority of MPWC currently operated within marine sanctuary areas are compact water jet-propelled craft that shed water from the passenger spaces. To prevent the disturbance of wildlife and other nearshore users, most MPWC have been restricted within protected marine areas adjacent to, or overlapping, MBNMS. Operation of motorized personal watercraft within MBNMS has been restricted to designated zones and access routes. Zone boundaries are marked by buoys and navigation aids.
Also, WCRO and MBNMS engage in a variety of underway operations for marine research, education, outreach, maritime heritage, law enforcement, intra/inter-agency partnership trips, etc. This ROS role requires a qualified, experienced research scientist to serve as cruise leader and participate in diverse scientific and research missions. The role will include management of ongoing research operations/programs as well as management/support on a project basis.
Cardinal Point Captains, Inc. (CPC) provides vessel research support to ONMS and is seeking a well-rounded applicant to serve as Research Operations Specialist (ROS) to the NOAA WCRO and MBNMS.
Assist, plan and participate in scientific and research operations missions.
Participate in approximately 20 days of scientific SCUBA diving per year.
Provide field and research program support to NOAA’s WCRO, including support on a project basis.
Assist in emergency response and remediation assessments.
Maintain marine personal watercraft (MPWC buoy zone marking system.
May be required to augment as non-licensed crew member on NOAA’s small boat(s) on site, such as the 67′ research vessel R/V Fulmar, 41′ R4107 and 22′ R/V Tegula.
Represent WCRO in related intra and inter-agency meetings and partnerships.
Serve as cruise leader in a variety of underway operations for research, education, outreach, maritime heritage, law enforcement, intra/inter-agency partnership trips, etc.
Support Motorized Personal Watercraft (MPWC buoy program. Tasks include maintaining MPWC buoys at designated stations; maintain planning files, mooring specs, rigging designs, equipment inventories, etc. for MPWC buoys; and coordinate and/or lead search & recovery of MPWC buoys reported missing, adrift, or aground.
15 MPWC buoys in Monterey, Moss Landing and Santa Cruz will be reduced to 10. Organize recovery and shift remaining buoys to new locations in coordination with program management.
Coordinate with USCG Station Monterey regarding use of the buoy storage bay for equipment deliveries and access by MBNMS personnel and the buoy system deployment contractor (separate contract.
Support MBNMS Cruise Ship inspections and participate in joint USCG/MBNMS cruise ship compliance inspections, document results.
Participate in remediation activities related to miscellaneous spills or vessel incidents.
Maintain MBNMS’s incident database for occurrences of groundings, sinkings, spills and other potential enforcement incidents.
Identify, track and record staff-wide HAZWOPER training needs and requirements.
Masters Degree (or Bachelor’s Degree with 4+ years of applicable experience) from an accredited college or university in Marine Resource Management, Biology, Geology, Environmental Studies, Maritime Archaeology, electrical or mechanical engineering or related scientific field.
Research and On-water Operations
Experience mobilizing research cruises, including tracking personnel and paperwork, purchasing and organizing field gear, and coordinating with research vessel operations staff and crew.
Experience and familiarity with marine buoy management and maintenance, especially with respect to maintenance of designated, restricted zones.
Experience working with federal government and state agencies.
Current SCUBA certification (NAUI, PADI, etc.) and meet the standards established by the program’s diver certification process (which meets the standards set by NOAA and the American Academy of Underwater Science), or able to immediately participate/pass NOAA Diving training course, and maintain throughout duration of employment.
Able to lift and carry up to fifty (50) pounds to assist transporting equipment and gear.
CPC is an EEO employer. All qualified applicants will receive equal consideration for employment without regard to race, color, national origin, religion, sex, pregnancy, marital status, sexual orientation, gender identity, age, physical or mental disability, or covered veteran status.
Please note this job description is not designed to cover or contain a comprehensive listing of activities, duties or responsibilities that are required of the employee for this job. Duties, responsibilities and activities may change at any time with or without notice.
The Public Programs & Volunteer Manager will work closely with the team of staff in the Visitor Experience & Learning department for onsite and digital programs at Lake Champlain Maritime Museum. Their primary focus will be initiating and executing public programs for visitors as well as special events at the Museum on a wide range of topics, including history, archaeology, ecology, and diversity & equity topics as they connect to the people and landscape of Lake Champlain. The ideal candidate will have experience in coordinating both large and small-scale events for a wide range of audiences and have strong organizational and communication skills.
In addition to programming at the Museum, this position will also supervise and support the vibrant community of volunteers at the Museum. Volunteers are a vital part of the Museum and are involved in interpreting for visitors, restoration in the boat shop, collections and administrative support, and much more. The Public Programs & Volunteer Manager will oversee scheduling and communicating with volunteers on a regular basis as well as growing the volunteer pool to meet the needs of the Museum. As part of working with the Visitor Experience & Learning team, this position will also help to support the educational programs on as needed basis, including field trips and school programs.
At Lake Champlain Maritime Museum, we are committed to using our skills as historians to help make systemic change in our work and in the museum field. As part of this, we have spent the past two years working to remove barriers to access and pursuing new research projects that shine a light on untold stories of women and people of color in the Champlain Valley. Yet, we recognize that there is more work to do to create space, challenge bias, and dismantle systems that reinforce inequality. We believe this position will play a critical role in connecting these topics to members of our community through programming and volunteering. We are committed to improving our experience with the Museum for all peoples who connect with us and are looking for a candidate who is excited to join us in this important work.
The estimated total pay for a Marine Archaeologist is $71,791 per year in the United States area, with an average salary of $42,097 per year. These numbers represent the median, which is the midpoint of the ranges from our proprietary Total Pay Estimate model and based on salaries collected from our users. The estimated additional pay is $29,694 per year. Additional pay could include cash bonus, commission, tips, and profit sharing. The “Most Likely Range” represents values that exist within the 25th and 75th percentile of all pay data available for this role. The typical Marine Archaeologist salary is $42,097. Salaries can range from $37,440 – $160,942. When factoring in additional pay and benefits, Marine Archaeologist in United States can expect their total pay value to be on average $71,791.
American Cruise Lines, the world’s leading small ship cruise line, is adding to its team of onboard Historians and Destination Speakers and is looking for passionate individuals to enhance the onboard experience. Discover the best of America and the country’s most beautiful waterways while visiting the unique cities and towns along the way. American Cruise Lines’ guests are well-traveled individuals looking for a destination-focused adventure, where they will have the opportunity to explore the history, culture and natural scenery of each unique port visited. The Guest Speaker plays an integral role in the guest experience through educational presentations, underway commentary, port overviews, casual talks and group discussions.
Successful candidates must be outgoing, friendly, sociable, service-minded and, of course, be extraordinarily knowledgeable of the history, geography, ecology, ports of call, and other points of interest within the cruise itinerary. Excellent and polished presentation skills are required.
Region-specific minimum requirements include:
Extensive knowledge of Lewis & Clark
Extensive knowledge of the Civil War, Eco System, Commerce, and Music
East Coast Itineraries
Extensive knowledge of American History, Ecology and Environment
Extensive knowledge of the Revolutionary War and the War of 1812
Provide daily formal presentations (45-60 mins each)
All presentations should be supported by PowerPoint visuals
Provide narration/commentary while the ship is underway from port to port during daylight hours, broadcast over the ship’s PA system to public lounges, outer decks and into guest staterooms.
Present daily 15-20 min Port Previews and Q&A for all ports of call included on the cruise. At a minimum, information should include:
Founding/naming of the city/town
Anything related to major American battles nearby, if any
Fun facts of the city/town including docking information and what to do when walking around and exploring
Connections to local culture or Indigenous people, when applicable
Any materials/handouts/book recommendations of the area
Participate in daily hosting of Shore Excursions providing coach commentary when needed
Host walking adventures in various ports of call
Dine with guests each evening
Be available to guests throughout the day and evening for one-on-one chats and socialization
Applications are invited for the above temporary (18 month) post working in the Centre for Applied Marine Sciences (CAMS) based in the School of Ocean Sciences (SOS) in Menai Bridge, Anglesey.
Main duties will include identifying, accessing and collating maritime archives and marine scientific data sets associated with shipping losses in the Irish Sea and develop effective methodologies to identify individual wrecks.
The role will additionally involve close collaboration with external project partners to develop innovative and effective mechanisms to identify and link related maritime archives, marine data and museum collections etc.
Candidates should be educated to PhD standard (or equivalent) in marine archaeology or closely related subject area and have extensive experience of working with marine archives and multibeam sonar data.
This role will be located on campus at Bangor. Through our Dynamic Working framework, there will also be the option to spend some time working remotely (although remaining in the UK) to support work life balance, which will be discussed further with candidates at interview.
Applications will also be considered to carry out this role on a part-time basis.
The successful candidate will be expected to commence the role during August/September 2022.
Applications will only be accepted via our on-line recruitment website, jobs.bangor.ac.uk. However, in cases of access issues due to disability, paper application forms are available by telephoning 01248 383865.