The Rosenstiel School of Marine and Atmospheric Science at the University of Miami is seeking a Lecturer to direct activities of the underwater programs. The incumbent will develop unique teaching and research initiatives related to using submersible technologies for a range of research activities, including application to underwater archaeology and the geological and biological sciences. Duties also include supervising the academic diving program, including activities related to the state of the art swimming pool. The individual will be required to teach at the undergraduate and graduate levels.
Ph.D. in related field and 2 years of teaching and mentoring experience is required. Must have a minimum of 5 years diving experience including instructor status with a major dive agency. A minimum of 5 years experience running university field based underwater archaeology programs is also required.
Must also have accreditation by the Nautical Archaeology Society, experience working with diverse governmental, non-governmental organizations and general public. Applicant must possess ability to work and teach across disciplines, have work experience in Latin American and the Caribbean region and must be fluent in English and Spanish.