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Geophysicist/Hydrographer/Geologist/Marine Scientist

Field Project Manager/Hydrographic Party Chief

Field Hydrographer



Dewberry Engineers Inc. (Dewberry) invites applications for a full-time, mid-level, archaeologist position within their environmental group located in the Parsippany, New Jersey office. The qualified candidate must meet the Secretary of the Interior’s (SOI) standards for archaeologist. Candidates must have a MA in anthropology, archaeology, and/or closely related discipline. Candidates must have a minimum of 5-10 years of experience as a principal investigator and at least 5 years of professional in-field archaeology experience. Maritime archaeological experience is required. Candidates must have experience supervising and conducting field surveys in New Jersey and surrounding metro area. The qualified candidate must possess knowledge and project experience working with applicable federal (most specifically Section 106 and 110 of the National Historic Preservation Act), and New Jersey state regulations. Experience working with NJDOT is a plus as well as experience conducting archaeological monitoring during construction. Candidates must have conducted Phase IA, IB and II field investigations and previously authored cultural resource documentation for federal level review.

WDHOF Scholarships and Training Grants

The Women Divers Hall of Fame ™ (WDHOF) is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization dedicated to honoring and raising awareness of the contributions of outstanding women divers. WDHOF provides educational, mentorship, financial, and career opportunities to the diving community throughout the world. Each year, WDHOF awards scholarships and training grants that provide financial and educational support to individuals of all ages, particularly those who are preparing for professional careers that involve diving.

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Maritime Historians

The Williams-Mystic Program in Maritime Studies has two open faculty positions. In both cases, the positions are Williams College faculty, located at Mystic Seaport.


– Literature of the Oceans (Assistant Professor)

– Maritime History (Post-Doctoral Fellow)


This is a fantastic and unique study-away program for undergraduates, with great students, great faculty, offshore sailing, and field seminars, all based in a great location.


Peter McCracken


Peter McCracken


Marine Geoscience, Seafloor Mapping

We seek a dynamic and pro-active early career researcher to support the Seafloor & Habitat Mapping team in the delivery of a series of habitat mapping projects, both in shallow and deep waters. The role will mainly involve participation in projects in the sphere of overseas development, and will include data acquisition (through expeditions at sea, or from overseas coastal states), processing, interpretation and communication under the form of research publications, reports, and presentations to scientific and non-scientific audiences. You will also have the chance to develop your own research ideas as part of the habitat mapping team.

This is a Fixed Term Appointment, available up until 31 March 2018, offered on NERC terms and conditions and is open to internal and external candidates.

Director: Scottish Crannog Centre

The Scottish Trust for Underwater Archaeology (SC018418)
The Scottish Crannog Centre

Job Vacancy: Managing Director – The Scottish Crannog Centre

Responsible to: the Chair and Trustee Board of the Scottish Trust for Underwater Archaeology (SC018418)
Responsible for: Leading on the management and development of the Scottish Crannog Centre to generate growth and increase capacity whilst ensuring a high quality, authentic visitor experience.

Closes 15 October 2017

Underwater Archaeologist

Mizen Archaeology is one of Ireland leading Archaeology companies, providing professional underwater and land based services to both the public and private sector.
The ideal Candidate should have

  • Degree in Underwater Archaeology or equivalent
  • A HSE/HAS recognized diving qualification
  • A minimum of two years’ experience in commercial underwater archaeology
  • Knowledge and experience in conducting underwater archaeological projects including visual and metal detection surveys, underwater recording and excavation of features
  • Clean and valid Driving Licence with own transport
  • Ability to work independently and take responsibility for programmes of work
  • Excellent report writing skills

The successful candidate will be offered an initial 3 months contract, which may be extended.


Royal Museums Greenwich
Research Fellowship: Caird & Sackler Short-Term Fellowships
in the fields of maritime history, marine art, technology and the history of navigation and astronomy. In 2018 the Museum will be celebrating departure of Cook’s first voyage to the Pacific. We therefore also encourage applications relating to the maritime exploration of the Pacific in the 18th and 19th centuries, in particular those of James Cook.
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Caird Senior Research Fellowship

in any field of British naval and maritime history. In 2018 the Museum will be celebrating departure of Cook’s first voyage to the Pacific. We therefore also encourage applications relating to the maritime exploration of the Pacific in the 18th and 19th centuries, in particular those of James Cook.
Closing date: 2 October 2017