Underwater Archaeologist, CIL-JPAC

Archeologist, Department of the Navy, Immediate Office of the Chief of Naval Operations, closes December 12.

This position is located in the Central Identification Laboratory (CIL), Joint POW/MIA Accounting Command (JPAC), Hickam Air Force Base, Honolulu, Hawaii.  The incumbent reports to the CIL Scientific Director and Deputy Director, and is responsible for designing, planning, and leading underwater archaeological investigation activities in accordance with the standard operating procedures of the JPAC-CIL.  In addition, the incumbent will serve as a subject matter expert in underwater mapping, remote-sensing data post-processing, and the application of geographic information systems, to enhance the command’s underwater archaeological investigation and recovery capabilities.

Project Coordinator, Hampshire and Wight Trust for Maritime Archaeology

The Hampshire and Wight Trust for Maritime Archaeology are seeking a Project Co-ordinator for Art to Sea (Picturing the Past). This Heritage Lottery funded project, run via the Friends of the HWTMA, will engage and involve the local community in researching their past and present maritime heritage through historic and contemporary images as well as through oral histories.

1 December 2011

1) Full, Associate, or Assistant professor in Maritime History and Global History, University of Macau, apply today

2) Assistant Museum Developer, Museum of Maritime Navigation and Communication, Staten Island, NY, apply today

The Museum of Maritime Navigation and Communication (MMNC) is dedicated to the preservation of marine electronic equipment and local maritime history.

3) The United States Naval Academy Department of History invites applications for the Class of 1957 Fellowship in naval or marine corps history for the 2012-13 academic year.  Applications will be considered for any period or aspect of naval or marine corps history.  To be eligible, an applicant must hold a Ph.D. in history earned within the past five years or be an advanced Ph.D. candidate.  The Fellow will conduct research, participate in the History Department’s research and teaching seminars, deliver an address on his/her research, and teach one class each semester on naval history.  The Fellowship includes approximately $40,000 salary, access to federal employee benefits, office space, and library support.  Send a cover letter, curriculum vita, writing sample (25 pp.), transcript, and three letters of recommendation to Professor Robert Love at love@usna.edu.  Phone:  410-293-6288, alternate phone: 410-293-6253.  Deadline for applications is March 1, 2012.  The United States Naval Academy is an affirmative action, equal opportunity employer and provides reasonable accommodation to qualified applicants with disabilities. 

4) Program Admin Asst., Split Rock Lighthouse, closes December 15

5) Dive Safety Officer, University of Rhode Island, closes December 17