1) More on the Monmouth University Marine Archaeology job:
Tenure-track position in archaeology of the Americas (region open) and geographic information systems (GIS) at the rank of Assistant Professor, to begin August 2008. We are looking for a creative, energetic colleague who will teach a combination of anthropology and GIS courses. The successful candidate will be expected to teach courses in archaeology/anthropology (within his/her area of specialization) and a two semester GIS course sequence. He/she will also be responsible for developing Monmouth’s GIS program and managing a recently updated GIS lab, as well as contributing to the development of graduate and undergraduate programs in anthropology and GIS. Successful candidates will be expected to work closely with Monmouth’s Urban Coast Institute. Individuals with research focused on coastal regions, including maritime archaeologists, are particularly encouraged to apply. The ability to teach a field school is a plus.
Qualifications Qualifications: Ph.D. in anthropological archaeology with substantial GIS experience. The ideal candidate will share our commitment to teaching and advising; be actively engaged in research and scholarship; and welcome the opportunity to participate in the life of the Department and the University.
How to Apply Send material to: Dr. Fred McKitrick, Chair
Department of History and Anthropology
400 Cedar Ave.
West Long Branch, NJ 07764-1898
2) Education Program Supervisor, Mystic Seaport Museum, closes April 25
3) Executive Director, Nauticus, closes April 21
4) Program Director, The Whaling Museum, ncd
5) Director, The Battleship North Carolina, closes April 14
6) Director of Education
The Connecticut River Museum seeks a creative, experienced Director of Education to help us continue to grow our wide range of programs. The Museum offers school programs, holiday break workshops, summer camp workshops and adult programming. Located on the historic Essex waterfront, we include on water education. Our programs focus on both the history and environment of the River. Applicants should have a degree in museum education, or equivalent, and have at least four years relevant experience. This is a dynamic full time job. You will teach, develop curriculum and programming, market and book programs, and help build staff and volunteers. The salary range is in the low to mid-30Ks. Please send resume and three references via e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org, or by mail to CT River Museum, 67 Main Street, Essex, CT 06426.