BOEM: Social Scientist

This position is located within the Department of the Interior, Bureau of Ocean Energy Management, BOEM, Gulf of Mexico OCS (Outer Continental Shelf) Region, Office of Environment, Biological/Social Sciences Section, Social Sciences Unit, Jefferson, LA.

At the full performance level (GS-12) the major duties of this position include, but are not limited to the following:
1. Researches regional and sub-regional areas of the Gulf of Mexico to identify and assess key socioeconomic issues and effects associated with OCS Programs. These will include, but are not limited to: population, labor, and employment; public services and infrastructure; human health and safety; traditional cultures; recreational resources; environmental justice; and family structure.
2. Prepares and reviews sections of Environmental Impact Statements (EIS) and Environmental Assessments (EA) on proposed Federal OCS activities.
3. Maintains an information base relevant to the key socioeconomic factors of interest. The information base will be maintained on a variety of storage media including hard copy and digital (spread sheets, databases, and a geographic information system).
4. Identifies specific sociological and/or related environmental problems that may be addressed as research or study efforts; analyzes the nature of the problems; develops study protocols to resolve these problems, or to provide an information base for better understanding of the problems; and recommends these studies for funding approval via the Environmental Studies Program (ESP) or operational funding.
5. Keeps abreast of new developments in the field through current literature, attendance at meetings and seminars, and communication with other experts outside the Bureau. Conducts independent research and the preparation of reports and technical papers for publication and presentation.

The BOEM Office of Environment, Biological/Social Sciences Section, Social Sciences Unit has determined that the duties of this position are suitable for telework and the selectee may be allowed to telework with supervisor approval.

Head of Marine Heritage Strategy: Historic England

Final applications 18 July 2021Summary

Historic England are seeking a Head of Marine Heritage Strategy to join us as our first national marine heritage professional primarily focussed on strategic work.

This is a unique opportunity to join us in shaping the future of marine heritage policy and strategy and help ensure at a time of unparalleled change in marine environment that this nation`s strong maritime history and important marine heritage is better understood, appreciated and managed than ever before.

The location of the role is flexible – based in one of our national offices or home working.

What you will be doing:
In this specialist strategy you will have a particular focus on marine heritage issues working in close collaboration with colleagues in the Policy and Evidence and Regions Groups as well as DCMS to set and deliver a strategic framework for marine heritage work, to engage with government and national agencies and be a powerful advocate for marine heritage in England.

We need you to act as a focal point for the co-ordination of marine heritage activities internally and externally. This role will provide strategic oversight of marine work across the organisation, partnering with local leadership teams in the delivery of strategic objectives. Identifying and securing external funding for marine heritage work will be an important element of the role.

Working in close collaboration with Historic England`s marine heritage experts, you will speedily develop a strategic overview of marine heritage priorities for Historic England and will also consider wider external objectives to be achieved by working with Government, the Marine Management Organisation, Joint Nautical Archaeology Policy Committee and other key players to build cross-agency consensus.

Who we are looking for:

  • An appropriate qualification, a degree, or equivalent experience, in policy and strategy development, advocacy and delivery.
  • Demonstrable understanding of wider strategic issues affecting marine heritage.
  • Experience of negotiating with external partners at a senior level.
  • Demonstrable experience of successful external project management.
  • Excellent oral and written communication skills, including at a senior level, to make a compelling case for marine heritage.
  • An ability to think and act strategically without losing sight of the necessary facts and details that underpin good decision-making
  • Ability to enthuse and motivate colleagues in other Departments drawing specialists together to deliver a shared vision

Provisional interview details: 4th or 6th August 2021

Contract Archivist, Penobscot Marine Museum, Searsport

The Penobscot Marine Museum seeks a contract archivist (1099) for 1000 hours in 2021/2022.  The position, working with our nautical chart collection, will fulfill our goal to reconcile the chart catalog records for a complete and accurate inventory, identify annotated and unique nautical charts, and cull duplicates for educational use to be stored elsewhere, thereby freeing up space so we can properly rehouse the collection.  This is an excellent opportunity for professionals looking for short-term work.  The Project Archivist will have the skills and expertise to complete the project, consulting with the Curator on Penobscot Marine Museum’s cataloguing conventions and institutional history of the archive.  The Contract Archivist will work with a veteran team of Archives volunteers and a college intern to complete the task and will report to the Curator.

Teaching Fellow in Maritime Archaeology

The Department of Archaeology at the University of Southampton seeks to appoint a Full-time Teaching Fellow in Maritime Archaeology. The successful candidate will deliver undergraduate and postgraduate teaching on our Maritime Archaeology and Archaeology programmes. Duties may include running practical sessions (including diving) in the field or in the classroom as well as lectures, tutorials and student project supervision.

The successful candidate will have a PhD in a relevant subject area and proven teaching experience. HSE Scuba or equivalent diving qualification is essential. 

An advanced knowledge of the Palaeolithic record of North West Europe is desirable as would be experience of running underwater archaeological projects in the UK, and Dive Master or Diving Instructor Qualifications.

The post is to be taken up by 06/09/2021.

Informal enquiries can be made to Professor Alistair Pike (

Applications are particularly encouraged from individuals in groups currently under-represented in the Department, which include women, people from Black and Minority Ethnic backgrounds, and people with disabilities.

Research Fellowship

As part of the European Research Projects DiveSafe and RoboPisces, the inclusion of a resource with skills in the field of electronics, information technology and automatic systems is envisaged for the study and construction of submarine devices (underwater scooters and robot fish) for exploration. of the marine world. 

The European DiveSafe Project pursues the study, design, development and validation of an innovative product, to support underwater archaeologists in the documentation and conservation of the underwater cultural heritage. The instrument will have to be based on a tablet equipped with various environmental sensors, a high resolution camera and an acoustic geo-localization system. Such devices, in a simplified form they will also have to be used for robotics and marine environment education in educational and research environments (objectives of the European RoboPisces Project). 

The ideal candidate should possess skills in the design, modeling and control of underwater devices and robots.

NHPA Specialist- Section 106–section-106/job

The Maritime Administration (MARAD) is an agency of the U.S. Department of Transportation, which is responsible for strengthening the U.S. maritime transportation system – including infrastructure, industry, and labor – to meet the nation’s economic and security needs. MARAD support the technical aspects of America’s maritime transportation infrastructure and ensure its infrastructure integrates seamlessly with other methods of transportation. The agency supports the development and maintenance of a sufficient, well-balanced U.S. merchant marine to transport the nation’s domestic waterborne commerce and a portion of its waterborne foreign commerce. Acting under the direction of MARAD and the U.S. Navy, the merchant marine serves as a naval and military auxiliary in time of war or national emergency. The agency also ensures that the U.S. maintains adequate shipbuilding and repair services, efficient ports, effective intermodal water and land connections, and reserve shipping capacity for use during national emergencies. MARAD maintains a government-owned fleet of vessels that support several different mission objectives including, but not limited to: national security surge sealift requirements; maritime education and training; natural disaster and emergency relief; and other specialized services. MARAD maintains and operates the U.S. Merchant Marine Academy (USMMA) in Kings Point, N.Y. Established in 1943, the academy is located on 82-waterfront acres, 20 miles from New York City. Its mission is to educate and graduate officers to serve in the nation’s merchant marine, maritime and intermodal transportation industries, and in the Armed Forces.

To meet its missions and perform its activities, MARAD provides grants and other forms of financial assistance for projects that support, improve, and develop the nation’s marine infrastructure (including vessels) and facilities within, connecting to, out of, or around coastal seaports, inland river ports, and Great Lakes ports. Among other laws and regulations, MARAD is responsible for compliance with Section 106 of the National Historic Preservation Act of 1966 (54

U.S.C. § 300101 et seq.) (NHPA), prior to funding, assisting, or approving projects or actions that the agency undertakes. Specifically, Section 106 requires federal agencies to consider the impact of their actions on historic properties.

MARAD is seeking the services of a cultural resources professional to provide technical expertise and support for project undertakings subject to review under Section 106 of the NHPA and its implementing regulations, 36 C.F.R. § 800. MARAD’s Federal Preservation Officer (FPO) / Historian is responsible for overseeing the agency’s Section 106 activities.

The contractor will work under the management and supervision of MARAD’s Supervisory Grants Management Specialist, in the Office of Port Infrastructure Development, who will serve as the Contracting Officer’s Representative. Providing support to the FPO, the contractor will serve as a point of contact with the Advisory Council on Historic Preservation (ACHP), State and Tribal Historic Preservation Offices (SHPO / THPO), other involved federal, state or local agencies, private entities, consulting parties, and the public as appropriate for projects and undertakings within the scope of this contract.

Project Geoscientist

The  project geoscientist is responsible for assisting in the functional setup of hydrographic sensors that provide high-resolution, remote-sensing survey data.  Remote-sensing geophysical instruments commonly used on these projects include multi-beam and single-beam bathymetry systems, side scan sonars (deep-towed and conventional), magnetometers, pingers, boomers, seismic systems and autonomous underwater vehicles.


  • Working knowledge of ESRI ArcGIS, Global Mapper, or equivalent mapping programs is preferred.
  • Proficiency with a variety of field concepts, practices, procedures and equipment operations such as GPS, Side Scan Sonars, Multibeam, Subbottom profiler, and Magnetometer systems.
  • Familiarity/experience with survey processing software such as CARIS, Sonarwiz, Edgetech Discover, Fledermaus, Hypack, Qimera etc.       

International Journal of Nautical Archaeology Editor

The Society is seeking an editor for its flagship academic journal, the International Journal of Nautical Archaeology (IJNA). Founded in 1972 and currently celebrating its 50th birthday, the Journal is a field-leading bi-annual forum for research into all aspects of nautical and maritime archaeology. Since 2021 the IJNA has been published on the Society’s behalf by Taylor and Francis and is currently distributed in print form and online to a worldwide readership. The IJNA is supported with a grant from the Honor Frost Foundation.

The editor of the IJNA will have a strong academic background; preferably knowledge of the subject; excellent copy-editing skills; a clear understanding of academic referencing; an eye for quality; self-motivation; rigorous organisational abilities and appreciate adherence to deadlines. The editor will ideally have experience of image editing for publication. The editor will need strong networking skills to be used to promote the journal at UK and international events as well as on social media.

The editor will be responsible for the management and editing of copy from initial submission to final publication. Duties include selecting initial submissions based on quality; communicating constructively with authors, referees, the Book Reviews Editor, the publisher and representatives of the Society; ensuring a proper peer-review process, copy-editing and the enforcement of house style. The editor will work with other Society staff and volunteers on NAS initiatives to promote the Journal such as webinars and conferences.

The editor will be required to follow COPE guidelines and uphold the Statement of Principles of the Society.

The editor can work from NAS Offices at Fort Cumberland, Portsmouth or can choose to work from home. They will submit a quarterly activity report to the Society and will preferably attend in person at least one committee meeting or AGM of the Society each year.

Senior Archaeologist, Underwater (Remote) – Defense POW/MIA Accounting Agency

HJF is seeking a Senior Archaeologist, Underwater to support the Defense POW/MIA Accounting Agency (DPAA) located in Honolulu, HI.  HJF provides scientific, technical and programmatic support services to DPAA. This position is 100% remote. US citizenship is required.

Provides professional and scientific assistance pertaining to the Organizational scientific-related activities. This position may interface with employees, consultants, partners, and contractors, and communicates through briefings and written products with Agency leadership, U.S. Government employees, family members, foreign officials, and partners as well as potential partners. This position is responsible for working within a program of effort for a specific domain (i.e. underwater or terrestrial) by serving as an advisor and conduit for decision-making between the program’s archaeologists (Lead and Project), Program Support staff, and Agency leadership. Key responsibilities include assisting in Agency partner project design, budget planning and monitoring, strategic planning as directed by Agency leadership, and coordinating the actions of Agency, HJF, and partner personnel to ensure adherence to protocols and the execution of effective partner operations.

Maritime Senior Project Manager

SEARCH has openings for full time Maritime Senior Project Manager to join our Maritime Sector. Candidates must be detail oriented, organized, and able to work competently on simultaneous tasks while meeting multiple deadlines.

The Maritime Senior Project Manager acts independently and in consultation with SEARCH leadership, to provide oversight, manage, and deliver all aspects of cultural resources management projects, including, but not limited to, proposals, cost estimates, project schedules, contract management, project staffing, staff assignments, research designs, logistics, health and safety plans, fieldwork, laboratory research, internal and external project communication, progress reporting, technical writing, report preparation, quality control, marketing, stakeholder coordination, and customer relations. Working as a consultant, the Maritime Senior Project Manager provides expertise to clients and is responsible to deliver each project on time, within budget, and in accordance with all regulatory and client‑specific requirements. The Maritime Senior Project Manager generates leads that result in new long term contracts and task orders and manages existing contracts to ensure follow-on contracts are granted.

Maritime Project Manager

SEARCH has openings for full time Maritime Project Manager to join our Maritime Sector. Candidates must be detail oriented, organized, and able to work competently on simultaneous tasks while meeting multiple deadlines.

The Maritime Project Manager acts independently and in consultation with SEARCH leadership, to plan, manage, and deliver all aspects of cultural resources management projects, including, but not limited to, proposals, cost estimates, project schedules, contract management, project staffing, staff assignments, research designs, logistics, health and safety plans, fieldwork, laboratory research, internal and external project communication, progress reporting, technical writing, report preparation, quality control, marketing, stakeholder coordination, and customer relations. Working as a consultant, the Maritime Project Manager provides expertise to clients and is responsible to deliver each project on time, within budget, and in accordance with all regulatory and client‑specific requirements. The Maritime Project Manager conducts multiple simultaneous projects.

Hull Conservation Manager, HMS Victory

The National Museum of the Royal Navy (NMRN) is recruiting for a full-time Hull Conservation Manager to join our Conservation team, working on HMS Victory, as part of the Museum Operations Directorate.
The Hull Conservation Manager will be joining the team at an exciting stage in the progress of the conservation of HMS Victory, as we embark on a ten-year programme of works to stabilise and preserve the ship.
The work involves management of the shipwright project team to deliver the project conservation works package to HMS Victory’s hull.  The successful candidate will be a senior member of the project team developing and delivering the plan for conservation of the ship. They will also procure and manage external contractors in delivering specialist conservation activities.
Team work and management skills are key aspects of this role to ensure that best-practice is applied to all our work.

NOAA Marine Archaeologist

The Associate Scientist will support the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) Office of Ocean Exploration and Research (OER) as a marine archaeological Subject Matter Expert and, as such, will help provide the Office with scientific and technical support related to marine archaeology. As a marine archaeologist, the Associate Scientist will work closely with the Chief of the OER Science and Technology Division to help coordinate and oversee OER’s maritime heritage exploration activities.  The incumbent will be familiar with the principles and practices of marine archaeology including professional standards and practices and associated regulations, programs, and policies.

The incumbent will provide guidance concerning maritime heritage-related priorities and themes that OER supports through its Federal Funding Opportunity, the National Oceanographic Partnership Program, the Small Business Innovation Research Program, the OER Ocean Exploration Cooperative Institute, and through other program activities. The Associate Scientist will be required to be cognizant of, and assess, evolving archaeology exploration technologies and provide recommendations aimed at improving the pace and scope of OER’s maritime heritage efforts.  The incumbent will be responsible for maintaining awareness of current and evolving protocols and means for access, utilization, and curation of maritime heritage information and data contributed by and for OER’s partners, academic institutions, relevant industry, state and federal agencies and programs, and the general public. 

The incumbent will serve as OER’s principal lead for both required as well as discretionary activities associated with providing information for Native American tribes that may be impacted by, or concerned with, maritime heritage projects planned and/or supported by OER.  In doing so, the incumbent will be familiar with the requirements, significant criteria and regulatory processes and regulations such as Section 106 of the National Historic Preservation Act, and the National Marine Sanctuaries Act. 

This position will be located in OER’s headquarters offices in Silver Spring, MD.  Due to possible limitations of available OER office space, the incumbent may be required to telework on a part-time basis.


Serve as the marine archaeological Subject Matter Expert for OER’s maritime heritage activities:

  • Lead efforts to identify and develop priorities and methods related to exploration for maritime heritage sites, features, and objects.
  •  Assess the scientific value of grant proposals, monitor and communicate with Principal Investigators on progress, and track maritime heritage -relevant administrative grant activities.
  • Liaise, peer-to-peer, with the maritime archaeological science community (and other related or relevant scientific fields), maintain awareness of state-of-the-art scientific and technical developments and results in the field, and represent OER on relevant programmatic teams (e.g., the Primary Observations and the Exploration Gap Analysis teams), intra-agency teams, and inter-agency working groups.
  • Serve as the POC for OER communications and relationships with Native American Tribes affected by, or with interest in, OER planned or funded maritime heritage projects under Section 106 of the Historic Preservation Act.

Support the NOAA OER Science and Technology Division:

  • Provide the S&T Division Chief with expert maritime heritage guidance consistent with OER’s goals and mission.
  • Identify maritime heritage areas, features, and objects for potential OER funding consideration.
  • Author and/or co-author materials and products, including internal and external reports, relevant to maritime heritage
  • Help support OER’s efforts to define ocean exploration data needs, goals, and metrics for exploring the United States Exclusive Economic Zone.
  • Provide logistical oversight and support for internal S&T activities as needed; plan and facilitate workshops and meetings; coordinate relevant communications; track project deadlines.

DECISION MAKING & PROBLEM SOLVING – i.e., types of problems that are solved independently

  • Under general guidance of a scientific supervisor, accomplishment of the Job Functions and Duties listed above will require the incumbent to act with a high degree of independence.  The incumbent will be responsible for timely and thorough communication with the S&T Division Chief for discussion and approval of actions that materially affect the accomplishment of maritime heritage tasks and goals.
  • Solves both routine and difficult problems, implements guidance and technical direction from the S&T Division Chief, and works in close collaboration with S&T Division and other office staff.
  • Provides competent, reliable, and independent contributions to the solution of scientific, technical, and programmatic issues associated with the S&T Division’s and the office’s goals and missions. 


On April 29, 1554, three Spanish ships were wrecked off the coast of what is now Padre Island National Seashore. In the subsequent recovery operation, a smaller fourth boat also sank. Texas and the National Park Service care for artifacts excavated and washed ashore from these sites, which are the oldest Spanish shipwrecks along the U.S. mainland coast. 

To make appropriate management decisions, park leadership needs to gain a better understanding of these wrecks and potential measures to mitigate known threats. PAIS also needs to develop interpretive and educational products and programs to increase visitor understanding of these unique resources. The goal of this project is to contribute to a collaborative, inter-governmental effort to research the shipwrecks and share the knowledge gained.   

PAIS proposes to select a DHA-RA intern to document, research, and educate the public about the shipwrecks, including:

  1. A detailed, annotated bibliography to aid researchers studying the wrecks.
  2. Digitization of NPS archival records and creation of a finding aid for materials related to the wrecks to increase NPS information accessibility for researchers and the public.
  3. Translations of at least five key wreck-related documents from Spanish to English.
  4. Updates and additions to the park’s web page(s) to incorporate recent research findings.
  5. Virtual, recorded program(s) in English and Spanish to educate park visitors about submerged cultural resources at PAIS, including why they are significant, what findings they have led to, and what threats they face (e.g., hurricanes).

The intern will also assist with archeological field work to document the submerged and terrestrial sites associated with the shipwrecks; with re-inventory, appropriate packaging, and labeling of associated artifacts; and with development of a traveling exhibit and interpretive and educational materials to share the wealth of knowledge gained from the wrecks about 16th century commerce between the Old and New Worlds.

Call for application for an online UNESCO training course on the UNESCO Training Manual for the Protection of the Underwater Cultural Heritage in Latin America and the Caribbean

Being the biggest “museums” yet to be fully discovered by the public, the waters of the oceans, seas, lakes and rivers guard in their depth broad records of the history of humankind and the traces of its interaction with the aquatic environment. In the region of Latin America and the Caribbean, these “footprints of human existence” span from ancient vestiges of Pre-Colombian watercrafts and ritual objects to the earliest European trade shipwrecks, and embrace the first colonial settlements in the region, such as those of Port Royal (Jamaica). Alongside these remains, these waters safely watch aircraft wrecks, submerged landscapes and prehistoric settlements, underwater caves with signs of human habitation, as well as scattered findings such as lost or abandoned objects. 

In the framework of UNESCO´s 2020/2021 Programme and Budget (40 C/5), and  in compliance with the Culture Sector Main Line of Action 1 (Protecting, conserving, promoting and transmitting culture and heritage for dialogue and development), Expected Result 4 (Underwater cultural heritage identified, protected and sustainably managed by Member States, in particular through the wide ratification and effective implementation of the 2001 Convention), UNESCO Regional Office for Culture in Latin America and the Caribbean (Havana, Cuba) and UNESCO Cluster Office in Quito and Representation to Bolivia, Colombia, Ecuador and Venezuela (Quito, Ecuador) with the support of the Cluster office for Caribbean (Kingston, Jamaica) intend to promote, in coordination with all other offices in the region, the use of UNESCO Training Manual for the Protection of the Underwater Cultural Heritage in Latin America and the Caribbean

Due to the restrictions enforced in the context of COVID-19 pandemic worldwide, UNESCO is currently designing an online training course that contributes to protecting underwater cultural heritage and promoting its relevance within 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development, thus recognizing that one of the main challenges for its protection lies in providing knowledge and adequate capacities for its study, conservation and management. 

This initiative, which aims at training university students and teachers in archaeology from the region, has received the financial and technical support from the International Programme for Maritime Heritage of the Cultural Heritage Agency of the Netherlands. The Cultural Heritage Agency of the Netherlands / Rijksdienst voor het Cultureel Erfgoed (RCE) – an executive body of the Ministry of Education, Culture and Science (OCW) – is the Netherlands’ centre of expertise for tangible heritage. They coordinated the adaption of the abovementioned manual to the Latin America and the Caribbean context and financially support this training. The forecasted capacity-building course will capitalize those activities that UNESCO developed in the past with the purpose of providing technical assistance to strengthen the implementation of the 2001 Convention on the Protection of Underwater Cultural Heritage, as well as to meet countries’ needs regarding archeological scientific and practical research, education on underwater cultural heritage, network-building among experts and underwater archaeologists, experience exchange between countries, whose identification emerged during several regional and national conferences and meetings. 

The call for application will be opened from May 12, 2021, until June 30, 2021, at 23:59 Havana (Cuba) time. Applications containing all required documentation, as detailed in paragraph “Required documents to apply”, must be sent to one of the following email addresses according with the country in which the applicant is currently attending his/her studies or developing his/her academic activities.

•    Mexico, Central America, and the Caribbean: sends e-mail)
•    South America: sends e-mail)

Applicants must indicate in the object of the email the following text: Application to UNESCO regional course on underwater cultural heritage. Applications received after the indicated deadline will not be taken into account.

Maritime Historian

This Historian (Maritime) position is located in San Francisco Maritime National Historical Park, in the Division of Cultural Resources and Museum Management.

Conduct historical research on various maritime topics using a wide range of resources.

Prepare historic preservation documents, compliance and background materials as required by Sections 106 and 110 of the National Historic Preservation Act (NHPA), an organization’s Management Policies, and cultural resources management guidelines.

Research, analyze and write about history within the maritime framework, including topics related to individual ships, general seafaring, shipping, and the role of maritime commerce in our country’s development; prepare such written material for a wide variety of audiences.

Make presentations in parks, public gatherings, and professional meetings on historical themes and research results.

Investigate new techniques to preserve, or protect and interpret the history of cultural resources when existing methods prove insufficient.

Marine Archaeologist, MuseumVest

Do you want to be at the forefront of further developing marine archeology at the Bergen Maritime Museum? Museum Vest at Bergen Maritime Museum is looking for a responsible, fulfilling and self-employed marine archaeologist who, in addition to working with ordinary marine archeological tasks, will be responsible for the marine archeology activities.

Marine archeology manages marine cultural monuments in Vestland county and in Sunnmøre. Museum Vest has three objectives for the marine archeological activity:

  • Manage underwater cultural monuments and the state’s property rights to these, as well as to examine and register cultural monuments.
  • Assess whether marine cultural monuments are threatened by plans and measures in the sea and watercourses.
  • Disseminate knowledge about and create good attitudes to marine cultural monuments.

Together with the Norwegian Maritime Museum and Stavanger Maritime Museum, Museum Vest is also working to establish IRMAS, which “will provide the necessary financial and organizational framework for safeguarding and developing tasks related to research, management and dissemination [in marine archeology]”. IRMAS is described in the present museum report as a «good move».

The position is one of three marine archaeologists. Additional staffing may be relevant in the years to come. The position reports to the department director at the Bergen Maritime Museum.

Assoc/Asst Professor in Maritime History, East-West Interaction or related fields (including SEA), University of Macau

The Department of History of the Faculty of Arts and Humanities invites applications for the position of Associate/Assistant Professor in Maritime History, East-West Interaction or related fields.

The Department of History staff includes highly-renowned and innovative senior and junior scholars from Mainland China, the United States and Europe. The department offers programs leading to BA, MA, and PhD degrees, and provides fellowships for postdoctoral research. The department’s current research emphases include Chinese History, History of East-West Interactions, Maritime History, and History of Science and Arts.

Applicants should visit for more details