Saint Mary’s University, Canada
Researcher, Marine Heritage Resources & Resource Management, closes 27 June
The Department of Anthropology is seeking an experienced Researcher (“Consultant”) for a service contract to study marine heritage resources and marine heritage resource management practices in Nova Scotia. The Consultant will be required to conduct a policy review, interview stakeholders, and examine best practices in international marine heritage resource management. The resulting Report will chart challenges and opportunities for a marine heritage research and resource management collaboration between Saint Mary’s University and the Nova Scotia Department of Communities, Culture and Heritage.
As the successful Consultant, your qualifications will be as follows:
A minimum MA in Marine Archaeology, Marine Heritage Resource Management, or a related field,
At least 5 years of marine archaeological field experience,
Demonstrated capacity for research and writing,
A successful record of project management including community consultation, and
Capacity to engage in limited travel within Nova Scotia (Valid Driver’s License and Access to a Reliable Vehicle)
The Consultant is expected to attend monthly meetings with the project management team at Saint Mary’s University and submit:
1. A progress report in September 2014
2. A final Report and oral presentation of results in January 2015.