1) Hydrographic Surveyor:
Gahagan & Bryant Associates, Inc. (GBA) has an immediate opening available at our Baltimore, MD Office for a Hydrographic Surveyor.
Requirements: Skills required include knowledge of hydrographic data collection and processing techniques, as addressed in the Corps of Engineers Hydrographic Survey Manual for inland and near shore hydrographic surveys. The successful candidate shall have demonstrated experience with GPS in all modes, single beam and multi-beam survey techniques, electronic data collection and editing of field data and compiling data into final deliverable products for our clients.
Job Description: The incumbent shall serve as a Hydrographic Surveyor conducting surveys in harbors, rivers, navigable channels and beaches throughout the Untied States. These surveys shall also include establishing survey control and performing topographic surveys in support of hydrographic surveying activities. Overnight travel is required.
Extensive experience in hydrographic surveying is preferred, but at our discretion, we will train the right candidate for this position.
Salary commensurate with experience and education.
Please submit resume and/or inquiries to: email@example.com
2) Call for Papers:
Call for Papers AIMA/AHSA/AAMH Conference September 2008, Adelaide, South Australia
The conference organising committee is now inviting proposals for papers and posters. A list of session abstracts are now on the conference website and can be accessed at:
Please use the online form to submit paper and poster proposals. Paper and poster proposals should be no more than 150 words. Papers will be either 15 or 20 minutes long depending on the number of papers proposed. The deadline for paper and poster proposals is 31 July 2008.
Early bird registration deadline is 31 July 2008.
Registration for conference workshops should be conducted through the workshop organisers. Workshops on offer include:
*Geophysics for Archaeologists and Heritage Consultants
*Data Management in Maritime Archaeology Using Site Recorder 4
*Don’t Just Dig It – What about the Future of Archaeological Collections?
*Introduction to Conservation Issues Related to Underwater Cultural Heritage Sites
Please continue to check the website for more updates on events and speakers.