13 August 2010

1) Senior Preparator, Maritime Museum of the Atlantic, closes August 19

2) Research Assistant II (Web Designer and Developer), closes August 13

Reporting to a maritime historian and working closely with a research team, the successful applicant will be responsible for designing and creating a website to be titled, “More than a List of Crew.”  Focusing on British Empire crew agreements, this site will inform visitors about these documents and how they may be used to conduct their own research.

3) Education Officer, Scottish Maritime Museum, closes 8 September

4) Senior Director of Education, New Bedford Whaling Museum, ncd

Volunteer Coordinator

Volunteer Coordinator Responsible for the coordination of volunteer activities of the St. Augustine Lighthouse and Museum, Inc. (SAL&M) and Lighthouse Maritime Archaeological Program(LAMP). Plans and evaluates volunteer activities.

Recruits volunteers and maintains a roster of all volunteers. Schedules and assigns volunteers for various SAL&M and LAMP responsibilities and positions. Baccalaureate degree in business or human resources preferred. Must have knowledge of the conduct of volunteer program in a non-profit organization. Outstanding interpersonal skills and managerial skills. Ability to work independently, manage multiple projects effectively and meet deadlines. Must be able to climb the lighthouse tower.

Send resume to Human Resources, St. Augustine Lighthouse and Museum, 81 Lighthouse Avenue, St. Augustine, FL 32080. Fax: 904-808-1248

Cast Your Vote for “Save our Shipwrecks”

Cast Your Vote for “Save Our Shipwrecks”
The Florida Division of Historical Resources needs your help to save Florida’s shipwrecks.  To help Save Our Shipwrecks and make a positive difference in our coastal communities, please participate in the Pepsi Refresh Project’s Do Good for the Gulf Initiative and cast your vote today!

In 2010, Pepsi is giving away millions of dollars to fund good ideas, big and small, that make the world a better place, refresh communities, and benefit others.  Known as The Pepsi Refresh Project, this initiative provides $1.3 million in grant funds each month in support of ideas submitted and voted on by the public.  In recognition of the significant challenges caused by the Gulf oil spill, Pepsi is giving away an extra $1.3 million towards ideas that benefit communities affected by the oil spill during the month of August.
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