This is an advanced professional, administrative, and field position that requires varied and complex duties as an archaeologist. Work involves evaluating and managing terrestrial and submerged archaeological resources throughout the state, conducting cultural resource compliance reviews associated with Federal and State laws and regulations and making additions to and editing restricted archaeological data in the office’s Geographical Information System (GIS). This position is a specialist in underwater archaeology and requires OSHA-exempt scientific diving, OSHA-complaint working diving, boat handling, marine remote sensing, conducting underwater archaeological investigations, assisting with processing resulting collections, and analysis and reporting of investigative results. Duties may also involve a wide range of public outreach activities relating to the office’s underwater archaeology program requiring interaction with the public, avocational archaeologist, and the media. Employee works under the direct supervision of the Deputy State Archaeologist – Underwater and performs related duties as required.
We are looking for an archeologist able to come work to Portugal, Algarve.
The work is for a underwater archaeologist to follow-up dredging interventions, meaning that they have to be responsible for the reports.
The conditions are:
– Type of intervention: follow-up of dredging.
– Position: director / co-direction
– Hours: Monday to Friday 9:30 am / 5:30 pm, from June 3 to June 30
– Fees: € 1800
– We have a house in Alvor
– We need a document saying that he/she can secure the work, a letter of recommendation (for example) and academic certificate ratings
– As a responsible archaeologist, he/she must possess adequate technical-scientific training, experienceability to decide, he/she will have to have a good knowledge and control of the project. Ensure the archaeological supervision of the project with minimal damage to its development.
The call for papers for the Nautical Archaeology Society’s annual conference 2019 are now open.
The details of the conference can be found on our website here: https://www.nauticalarchaeologysociety.org/annual-conference
Interested in Maritime Archaeology? Looking for a field school or a hands-on experience that takes you up close with historic wrecks and maritime sites?
Be part of the dig! Join us for our 2019 summer field school from Aug 5 – 9th.
SEAMAHP in collaboration with Massachusetts BUAR will be running a hands-on archaeological dig into the past, as an accredited course through Salem State University (SSU). The course will cover methods and practice of archaeological research, survey and documentation of historic shipwreck(s) and maritime site(s) on the shores north of Boston. In addition to methodological training and academic lectures, participants will get valuable experience with all aspects of fieldwork in a dynamic environment on the seashore.
Last year we began investigating a steamship wreck on Little Misery Island near Salem. We’ll be delving into the site again this summer, ferrying out to the island each day the tide allows.
For more information: check out our FAQs page on how to sign up this year
Contact Dr. Mires or Capt. Seaborn for further info (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Formentera, 20-22 September
The 1st Symposium of Conservation for Underwater Archaeology (ISCUA), organised by the Institut Balear d’Estudis en Arqueología Marítima (IBEAM) in collaboration with the Council of Formentera, serve as a platform to disseminate leading research in the preservation of our maritime cultural heritage. This Symposium aims to continue with the training of the youngest generations in the field, as well as to create future links between the differents institutions and invited specialists.
Maritime Underwater Cultural Heritage Manager at South African Heritage Resources Agency