Project Manager (Coastal and Marine Archaeology)

Wessex Archaeology Coastal & Marine has been developing its capacity to undertake archaeological investigations in inland waters, intertidal, and marine environments in the UK and abroad for nearly 20 years. We are seeking to make a permanent appointment to meet continuing demand for our services. We are seeking to further expand our team’s existing strong capacity in our Salisbury office.

This is an excellent opportunity for you to join our innovative, industry-leading team who will support you in continuing to develop your professional project management and leadership skills whilst encouraging autonomy in the role. This position will offer the successful candidate a huge diversity of opportunity to gain experience across a wide portfolio of projects ranging in complexity and scale across our end to end services.


Hydrographic Survey Techs

Land & Sea Surveying Concepts is looking for Hydrographic and Land Surveying Technicians experienced in diving, boating, Microstation V8i, HYPACK, PDS2000, Terramodel, SonarWiz, AutoCAD.

On the job, training is available on all equipment and software. Work is immediately available for candidates.

Please visit our website, for more information about our company. Candidates that are interested in joining the Land & Sea Surveying team can email their resumes to Captain Tim Carlile, PLS at

Maritime Archaeologist

The University of Helsinki – among the best in the world

Founded in 1640, the University of Helsinki is one of the best multidisciplinary research universities in the world. The University of Helsinki is an international academic community of 40,000 students and staff members. It operates on four campuses in Helsinki and at 15 other locations. The high-quality research carried out by the university creates new knowledge for educating diverse specialists in various fields, and for utilisation in social decision-making and the business sector.

The Faculty of Arts ( of the University of Helsinki is Finland’s oldest institution for teaching and research in the humanities and the largest in terms of the structure and range of disciplines. It is also a significant international community fostering research, education and cultural interaction.

The Department of Philosophy, History, Culture and Art Studies (…) brings together the long traditions of the oldest of the university’s disciplines and new, rising subjects. The multidisciplinarity of the humanities forms the basis for the research and teaching provided by the department. The department has over 1500 major degree students.

The Department of Philosophy, History, Culture and Art Studies invites applications for the position of


Underwater Archaeologist

Underwater Archaeologist

Start date: May 1, 2018

End date: November 15, 2018

Place: Menorca (Balearic Islands), Spain.

Salary: 350 Euros/week (411 USD today, 21 August 2017).

Housing and accommodations: Included.

Work schedule: Two days off per week which coincide with the course breaks for students.

Essential requirements

  • Experience of underwater archaeology, minimum more of the 100 dives
  • Codirector or Director in underwater archaeology projects or survey.
  • European Nationality
  • Native speaker of English or a highly fluent in both written and spoken English. Bilingual in English/Spanish is preferable.
  • Knowledge of roman archaeology.
  • Experience in survey.
  • Publications

Interested candidates must send their CV by email detailing their experience and a cover letter to .  An interview date will be arranged for qualified candidates in the offices of the Sanisera Archaeology Institute  which resides on the island of Menorca.

Fernando Contreras
Tel: 608894650




CSS may have an opening for a full time Environmental Documentation Specialist to support NOAA’s Performance, Risk, and Social Science Office (PRSSO).



  • Track NEPA and other environmental compliance efforts across NOAA
  • Prepare reports for internal and external audiences on environmental compliance implementation
  • Develop/implement new environmental document management programs across line offices
  • Maintain and update NOAA’s NEPA internet and intranet resources
  • Manage NOAA’s archives of NEPA documents
  • Assist with NEPA training.


  • Bachelor degree or equivalent in environmental science, environmental policy, or related field.
  • Demonstrated experience in environmental policy is highly desirable.
  • Must possess a thorough knowledge of NEPA, and a working understanding of other environmental laws including the Endangered Species Act, Marine Mammal Protection Act, National Marine Sanctuaries Act, National Historic Preservation Act, Coastal Zone Management Act, and Magnuson-Stevens Fishery Conservation and Management Act.
  • Excellent oral and written communication skills are essential.
  • Ability to pass a National Agency Check (NACI) is required for all government site positions.


CSS is an Equal Opportunity Employer, which includes providing equal opportunity for protected veterans and individuals with disabilities

Maritime Archaeology Field School. Slots open, Register now.

We are running a field school through Salem State University again this summer, and as it’s a later date in the summer, we actually have a few open spots for students. Hoping you can once again help us get the word out.
Thanks so much,


SEAMAHP Maritime Archaeology Field School 2017

 There are a few spots left in our upcoming field school:

From Aug 14 – 18th, SEAMAHP in collaboration with MBUAR will be running an accredited course through Salem State University in Massachusetts. 

 Listed as:
Maritime Archaeology of the North Shore
(Topics in Public History HST 305-91, ref# 1740)

 2017 Field School: Register Now!

 The course will be an intensive week-long program held in Salem MA and on the shores north of Boston. Salem State University is now accepting registration from both college students and the public for this summer institute.  

 Students will receive three credits through Salem State University (SSU). The course will cover methods and practice of archaeological research, survey and documentation of historic shipwreck sites. In addition to methodological training and lectures, participants will get experience with all aspects of fieldwork in a dynamic environment on the seashore.

 Dr. Calvin Mires and Capt. Laurel Seaborn of SEAMAHP (Seafaring Education and Maritime Archaeological Heritage Program) along with Victor Mastone of MBUAR (Massachusetts Board of Underwater Archaeological Resources) are the program instructors. They all have extensive experience in maritime archaeological field methods, archival research, and site documentation.

 For more information contact us at SEAMAHP

Dr. Calvin Mires or Capt. Laurel Seaborn ( or Victor Mastone (

 Or see the website

Field School details are on the page: FAQ 2017

 If you have any questions about the online registration process, please contact the SSU Office of Continuing Studies ( at 978-542-6324.