1) Assistant Professor, American History, Old Dominion University
Old Dominion University invites applications for a tenure-track assistant professor in modern American History (late 19th-early 20th century). Specialty open, but preference for a transnational perspective, including the history of immigration, the environment, or economic interactions. We welcome candidates who can contribute to the Department’s maritime focus.
2) Archivist, Staten Island Maritime Museum, still open
1) Research Associate in Marine Geoarchaeology, University of Ulster, closes August 7.
The postholder will conduct research on the project ‘Archaeological Applications of the Joint Irish Bathymetric Survey Data’. (Fixed-term until 10 December 2010.)
2) Research Associate in Marine GIS, University of Ulster, closes August 7.
The postholder will conduct research on the project ‘Archaeological Applications of the Joint Irish Bathymetric Survey Data’. (Part-time, fixed-term until 10 December 2010.)
NOAA OE Marine Archaeology Funding, pre-proposals are due August 16, 2010.
25k for marine archaeology projects. Apply today.
This position will be located at the Intermountain Regional Office, with a duty station of Lakewood, Colorado. The selectee is the Dive Safety Officer for the National Park Service’s scuba diving program. Under the direction of the Dive Program Manager, in conjunction with the NPS National Dive Control Board (NDCB), the incumbent plans and implements multiple aspects of the dive safety program The primary purpose of this position is to assist with the safety and training needs of scuba divers throughout the National Park System. The National Park Service has the oldest non-military diving program in the federal government and NPS divers work in a wide range of conditions and environments to accomplish the NPS preservation mission.
Closes, August 9
1) Museum teacher, closes August 20.
2) Program and Marine Operations Manager for the 38th Voyage of the whaleship Charles W. Morgan.
This position will be responsible for the educational programs and logistics surrounding the project. The Charles W. Morgan, a National Historic Landmark, is currently under restoration. In the summer of 2013, at the conclusion of the restoration, she will sail on a six-week journey in Southern New England waters. The Program and Marine Operations Manager position includes museum programming and marine logistics at Mystic Seaport and in the designated ports of the voyage. This person will work with all departments of the Museum and coordinate the planning and execution of strategies to insure that the 38th Voyage meets the Museum’s strategic and physical goals, and that all regulatory issues are observed. The initial 12-18 months of the position will focus on education and planning activities, and become increasingly focused on the logistics of the voyage as the project progresses. During the sail, this person will serve as the land-based coordinator of all logistics related to the project. They will be at each port in advance of the vessel, and stay throughout the related activities in each port. During the voyage, S/he will be on call 24/7 and expected to be ready to solve any issues that arise.
The successful candidate will have demonstrated skill in complex ,detail-oriented project management, coordinating the efforts and needs of various stakeholders. S/he will have experience working with a wide range of individuals with diverse skills, in managing a multi-faceted project budget and be able to respond quickly to solve problems and make decisions related to the port visits. Ability to operate small power craft required, preferred experience includes Coast Guard license, sail training experience aboard large traditional sailing vessels and familiarity with the ports and surrounding towns of the voyage: New London, Newport, New Bedford, Cape Cod Canal, Provincetown, Stellwagen Bank.
This position is part time (20-24 hours/week) for the first 12 months, with the intention of expanding to full time in summer of 2011. Send Seaport application, resume including sailing experience and any license information prior to July 31st to: Mystic Seaport Museum, P O Box 6000, Mystic, CT, 06355, Attention HR.
The incumbent serves as an archaeologist and is responsible for preparing, implementing, and leading underwater archaeological investigation activities in accordance with the standard operating procedures of the JPAC-CIL.
Supervises military dive teams engaged in the Phase I Survey and Phase II Testing and Evaluation of submerged aircraft crash sites, shipwrecks, and other underwater contexts believed to be associated with unaccounted-for Americans.
Closes July 23, 2010.
Executive Director, Northwest Maritime Center, ncd
Archaeological Studies Advisor, Perth, Australia, closes August 6.
The key functions of this role include:
-Project Management – Oversee European Heritage field archaeological marine and terrestrial investigations.
Director of Underwater Archaeology Survey and Excavation, Ecomuseum of the Cape of Cavalleria, Menorca, Spain, apply as soon as possible!
The post holder will be in charge of the underwater archaeology survey and excavation. An essential component of the post is to produce an annual report of the results of the survey/excavation that is in keeping with the decree which regulates archaeological surveys/excavations in the Balearic Islands of Spain.
Interested candidates must send their CV by email detailing their experience and a cover letter to email@example.com. An interview date will be arranged for qualified candidates in the offices of the Ecomuseo which resides on the island of Menorca.
The position is located in the National Museum of the United States Navy, Naval History and Heritage Command.
Closes July 30.
Closes July 9th.
This position is located within the Hampton Roads Naval Museum (HRNM), Naval History and Heritage Commands (NHHC). The incumbent serves as the Educator/Special Programs Coordinator for the Hampton Roads Naval Museum (HRNM) and the Wisconsin battleship. Serves as a point of contact to all school districts and coordinators regarding HRNM’s field trips and staff site visits. Develops lesson plans and coordinates programs in the Life at Sea gallery, the Wisconsin education room, other on-site locations in Nauticus, and off-site at a variety of venues. Works directly with military education groups (Junior Reserve Officer Training Corps (JROTC), Reserve Officer Training Corps (ROTC)). Manages HRNM’s Family Fun program. Participates fully in teacher workshops and internships, conducting sessions and serving as a mentor to interns. As Special Programs Coordinator, plans all aspects of luncheon lecture series and volunteer functions from catering through reservations. Maintains museum’s master calendar and prepares a variety of institutional reports from same.
Closes July 16.
*Serve as nationally recognized technical expert in the fields of maritime archaeology and maritime heritage resource preservation and management.
*Assess and develop site-specific, regional and national maritime archaeology and associated maritime resource preservation and management strategies to locate, document, preserve and manage these resources.
*Develop and implement research, stewardship, education, and outreach programs.
*Serves as the day-to-day leader for the Maritime Heritage Program.
*Leads effort in the development and coordination of maritime heritage grants and other collaborative efforts to leverage limited program funds for key activities.
1) Conservator, The Mary Rose Trust, closes July 28
We are looking for a Conservator to join our small conservation team and to assist the Conservation Manager with the treatment of artefacts for display in the new Mary Rose Museum (due to open 2012). Initially emphasis will be placed on the stabilisation of both large and small iron objects, although assistance will be required in the conservation of wooden artefacts.
We are seeking a flexible and enthusiastic person with a recognised conservation degree and previous experience in the treatment of archaeological objects from waterlogged sites. Candidates should have excellent attention to detail and communication skills and be able to work with minimum supervision. A positive attitude to changes in priorities and schedules will be required, and the ability to assist in object movement.
For further information on the project please visit www.maryrose.org. Job description and further information can be obtained from Sally Tyrrell (023 9275 0521) or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Applications should be made in writing, along with a current CV, by Wednesday, 28 July 2010.
2) Project Manager, E-Port Online Learning Community, Mystic Seaport, ncd
3) Photo Collection Tech, Royal New Zealand Navy Museum, closes July 9