Maritime Archaeologists/Marine Remote Sensing Specialists

Southeastern Archaeological Research, Inc. (SEARCH) is seeking full time Project Maritime Archaeologists/Marine Remote Sensing Specialists to complement our Maritime Division for multiple projects throughout the United States, Caribbean, and Pacific. This position is based in Pensacola, Florida and offers a competitive compensation and benefits package.

Successful candidates must be M.A. level (M.A. in hand, no ABT) or above and be experienced on the water.  Must be eligible to be certified as a Registered Professional Archaeologist. 

You need to demonstrate:

• Knowledge in the use and analysis of CHIRP sub-bottom profilers, dual frequency side scan sonars, magnetometers, and hydrographic echo sounders;

• Proficiency in the operation of small boats and the ability to troubleshoot small engines, electronics, pumps, and trailers;

• Certification in SCUBA diving, knowledge of surface supplied air diving, willingness to learn surface supplied air diving. Detailed certifications must be included on your CV.

The successful applicant must have a developed capacity for attention to detail, be organized, able to work well on simultaneous projects, and be able to meet deadlines.  Experience in cultural resource management and the preparation of deliverables for the DoD and USACE is preferred.  Applicants should have a demonstrated proficiency in HyPack, SonarWiz, MS Word, MS Office Pro suite, PowerPoint, Adobe Photoshop, Illustrator, and Acrobat.  GIS experience is desirable.  Applicants must be available to travel to locations worldwide for extended periods of time and must be able to receive government security clearances. 

For immediate consideration, please forward a cover letter, resume, salary history and three (3) professional references to Amy Semesco,  All inquires will be treated with discretion. 

SEARCH is an equal opportunity employer and a drug-free workplace. Pre-employment drug testing and a criminal background check are conducted upon hire.

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