The Dr. Nancy Foster Scholarship Program provides support for master’s and doctoral degrees in oceanography, marine biology, or maritime archaeology—this can include but is not limited to ocean and/or coastal: engineering, social science, marine education, marine stewardship, resource management disciplines—and particularly encourages women and members of minority groups to apply. Individuals who are U.S. citizens or permanent residents, or citizens of U.S. territories, and are applying to or have been accepted to a graduate program at a U.S. accredited institution, may apply. Prospective scholars do not need to be enrolled in a graduate program at the time of application but must be admitted to a graduate level program in order to be awarded this scholarship. Scholarship selections are based on academic excellence, letters of recommendations, research and career goals, and financial need. Applicants must have a cumulative 3.30 grade point average to be eligible to apply and maintain a minimum cumulative and term grade point average of 3.30 for every term and for the duration of their award. Dr. Nancy Foster Scholarships may provide, subject to appropriations, yearly support of up to $42,000 per student (a 12-month stipend of $30,000 in addition to an education allowance of up to $12,000) and up to $10,000 of support for a 4-6 week program collaboration at a NOAA facility. Applicants can only obtain funding for the number of years they have remaining in their graduate studies when they applied for the Dr. Nancy Foster Scholarship Program. For example, if you have already completed two years of your PhD studies, and you become a Dr. Nancy Foster Scholarship recipient and indicate it will take you two additional years to complete your degree, you will only be able to obtain funds for the remaining two years of your graduate studies. Note that scholars are allowed one (1) one-year no-cost extension that must be requested at least 60 days before the end of the award and will need to provide a justification and a current budget.
This position is located within the Department of the Interior, Bureau of Ocean Energy Management, Alaska Region, Environmental Analysis Section 1, in Anchorage, AK. The incumbent functions as the Alaska Region’s technical expert on issues and analyses on subsistence activities, cultural systems, environmental justice, and historic and prehistoric archeological resources.
Mizen Archaeology is one of Ireland”s leading Archaeology companies, providing professional underwater and land based services to both the public and private sector.
This position is for an Underwater Archaeologist for monitoring and dredging works in Co. Donegal.
Closing Date: 25 Oct 2019 with Immediate start
The successful candidate will be offered minimum 6 month contract. Immediate start.
HDR is seeking a Senior Cultural Resources Specialist with experience in maritime and terrestrial archaeology in the Northeast Region. This position will be responsible for assisting with consultation and compliance projects to support clients across several business sectors, including power and transportation. The successful candidate must have an excellent understanding of the National Historic Preservation Act (including Section 106 and Section 110), the National Environmental Policy Act, and other federal cultural resources legislation, as well as guidance related to underwater cultural resources studies. The ideal candidate will have 10+ years’ experience serving as a Principal Investigator, meet the Secretary of the Interior’s Professional Qualification Standards for Archaeology, be a Registered Professional Archaeologist, and meet the Bureau of Ocean Energy Management’s criteria for a Qualified Maritime Archaeologist.
In this position you will serve as an Archeologist with the Submerged Resources Center (SRC) with duties consisting primarily of underwater archeological documentation and analysis and marine remote sensing survey and documentation of submerged cultural resources throughout the National Park System and with partner agencies on a state, national and international level. Because of equipment intensive field operations are done under the water, incumbent will be around water bodies involved in diving and boating activities. Because almost all field operations involve work in parks, you will be expected to travel extensively (e.g. up to seven months per years) and sometimes for long durations (e.g. 90 days or more). You will be expected to engage in diving operations, classified by the Office of Personnel Management (OPM) as hazardous duty.
You will serve as a Supervisory Historian in the Histories and Archives Division, History Branch of the NAVAL HISTORY AND HERITAGE COMMAND (NHHC).
US Army Corps of Engineers, Jacksonville District. Move to Florida:
Specialized Experience is defined as one year of ; Managing and participating in the management of sites containing historic places of archeological, architectural, and historical interest and considering such places in compliance with environmental and historic preservation laws; conducting cultural resource surveys consisting of consisting of phase I reconnaissance and phase II intensive surveys, test excavations, and phase III data recovery excavations; AND experience as an underwater archeologist, coastal navigation and ecosystem restoration .