22 August 2009

1) Hydrographic survey technician, ncd, US Great Lakes

2) Collections Manager, The Waterways Museum, closes Sept 7

3) Museum Curator/Administrator:

The Egan Maritime Institute, a private operating foundation on Nantucket, MA, seeks a curator/senior administrator. Egan Maritime has an extensive collection of contemporary maritime art and artifacts as well as a strong nineteenth century collection of lifesaving artifacts: boats, life-carts, photographs, textiles and art at its Shipwreck & Lifesaving Museum. Typical functions include managing all aspects of these two collections; planning and executing two seasonal exhibitions in the institute’s galleries; oversight of the two museums and supervising the work of the director of education. Requirements include a Bachelor’s Degree, Master’s preferred, in art and/or maritime history/museum studies or a related field, with a minimum of five years experience in collections/registration or equivalent combination of education/experience, as well as management experience. Effective written, interpersonal and verbal communication skills are essential. Application should be made in writing to Egan Maritime Institute, 4 Winter Street, Nantucket, MA 02554 or by emailing a letter of application and resume to egan@eganmaritime.org. September 16 is the closing date. The foundation is an EOE/AA.

4) Underwater archaeology course in the Med, November 1-14, Ecomuseum of the Capre of Cavalleria, apply today. Alternate link.

Back to School, Summer’s over!