Each Discovery Programme will form an essential plank of England’s only community-led response to the irreversible damage being done to our coastal heritage by the forces of climate change and erosion.
Each project officer will deliver key project activities in their assigned Discovery Programme area including recruiting and training new volunteers to monitor intertidal archaeology, engaging diverse communities, and working with the higher education sector, in line with our HLF activity plan. Project Officers will work closely together within and across regions in order to share best practice and support each other’s work. They will also jointly line-manage one of three new Senior Community Archaeologists who will be appointed to the project in April. The team will be supported by the CITIZAN Project Manager and Project leader as well as being able to draw on wider MOLA resources and expertise as required.
SNA International, a world leader in forensics, biometrics and identity intelligence, is currently looking for a Marine Archaeologist.
The Marine Archaeologist will provide professional and scientific leadership to the Defense POW/MIA Accounting Agency (DPAA) personnel working on investigation and recovery missions on a project basis and in regard to processing, analyzing, and managing underwater remote-sensing datasets and geospatial data collected during field missions. This position will follow all DPAA policies and procedures to serve as a scientific-decision maker to create and iteratively execute archaeological strategies to search for, verify, survey, and recover sites in underwater contexts and forensically process any evidence. Investigation and recovery sites (both foreign and domestic) may include remote, isolated, and/or austere environments. This position will require both field and laboratory work.
We have the following opportunity available at the Maryland Historical Trust. Please post and share with anyone who might be interested in applying. Thank you.
The Maryland Historical Trust is seeking candidates for its 2019 Summer Internship in Archeology. Interns serve a maximum of 400 hours over a period of 10 consecutive weeks to begin on or about May 20, 2019. Current graduate students in anthropology/archeology are preferred; students currently enrolled in or who have recently graduated from an accredited undergraduate program in anthropology/archeology or other closely related field are encouraged to apply.
The intern will work under the general supervision of the Chief Archeologist and time will be divided between office/laboratory and field work in support of the Trust’s terrestrial and maritime archeology programs.
Interns will receive a total amount not to exceed $6000.00 paid in bi-weekly increments based on the number of hours worked at a rate of $15.00 per hour.
Successful completion of an archeological field school or equivalent and familiarity with ArcGIS are required.
The announcement and application information are available here:
The St. Augustine Lighthouse & Maritime Museum, Inc. (The Museum) is seeking a full-time Dive Safety Officer (DSO). The DSO will also serve as a project maritime archaeologist in addition to overseeing Museum safety programs for scientific diving operations.
The Wisconsin Historical Society Maritime Preservation and Archaeology Program and the University of Wisconsin Sea Grant Institute are seeking a graduate-level Maritime Archaeologist to fill a fellowship position. This position works under staff maritime archaeologists and State Archaeologist in the State Historic Preservation Office to preserve the maritime archaeological legacy of Wisconsin. This is a Limited Term Employee.
Any underwater archaeology groups, non-profs, companies? See below. I inform, you decide.
My name is Casey and I’m a development coordinator for an LA-based television production company.
We’re in the process of conducting research for a new show whose development was requested by a major TV network. We’re on the lookout for any currently operating treasure hunters, shipwreck finders, or marine salvage. Individual hobbyists, small teams, or small businesses are all accepted!
We’re looking for anyone operating in the Caribbean (ideally based in Florida, the Bahamas, or the Dominican Republic). If you fit that bill, or know anyone who does, please encourage them to reach out!
Please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Please include a little bit about yourself, some of your notable finds, and what equipment you own/use. If you could also include links to your social media (if you have any) or any photos/videos of you in action, that would be super helpful.
Thank you, and I look forward to hearing from all of you! Please feel free to share this with others, and please reach out with any questions you may have.
There are 2 research positions available at Ulster University on a major remote sensing/GIS project covering the Middle East and North Africa region. It’s not immediately clear from the job description, but the project is aimed specifically at coastal and maritime archaeology. Link is at: