The estimated total pay for a Marine Archaeologist is $71,791 per year in the United States area, with an average salary of $42,097 per year. These numbers represent the median, which is the midpoint of the ranges from our proprietary Total Pay Estimate model and based on salaries collected from our users. The estimated additional pay is $29,694 per year. Additional pay could include cash bonus, commission, tips, and profit sharing. The “Most Likely Range” represents values that exist within the 25th and 75th percentile of all pay data available for this role. The typical Marine Archaeologist salary is $42,097. Salaries can range from $37,440 – $160,942. When factoring in additional pay and benefits, Marine Archaeologist in United States can expect their total pay value to be on average $71,791.
Historian/Destination Speaker – 2022
American Cruise Lines, the world’s leading small ship cruise line, is adding to its team of onboard Historians and Destination Speakers and is looking for passionate individuals to enhance the onboard experience. Discover the best of America and the country’s most beautiful waterways while visiting the unique cities and towns along the way. American Cruise Lines’ guests are well-traveled individuals looking for a destination-focused adventure, where they will have the opportunity to explore the history, culture and natural scenery of each unique port visited. The Guest Speaker plays an integral role in the guest experience through educational presentations, underway commentary, port overviews, casual talks and group discussions.
Successful candidates must be outgoing, friendly, sociable, service-minded and, of course, be extraordinarily knowledgeable of the history, geography, ecology, ports of call, and other points of interest within the cruise itinerary. Excellent and polished presentation skills are required.
Region-specific minimum requirements include:
Extensive knowledge of Lewis & Clark
Extensive knowledge of the Civil War, Eco System, Commerce, and Music
East Coast Itineraries
Extensive knowledge of American History, Ecology and Environment
Extensive knowledge of the Revolutionary War and the War of 1812
- Provide daily formal presentations (45-60 mins each)
- All presentations should be supported by PowerPoint visuals
- Provide narration/commentary while the ship is underway from port to port during daylight hours, broadcast over the ship’s PA system to public lounges, outer decks and into guest staterooms.
- Present daily 15-20 min Port Previews and Q&A for all ports of call included on the cruise. At a minimum, information should include:
- Founding/naming of the city/town
- Anything related to major American battles nearby, if any
- Fun facts of the city/town including docking information and what to do when walking around and exploring
- Connections to local culture or Indigenous people, when applicable
- Any materials/handouts/book recommendations of the area
- Participate in daily hosting of Shore Excursions providing coach commentary when needed
- Host walking adventures in various ports of call
- Dine with guests each evening
- Be available to guests throughout the day and evening for one-on-one chats and socialization
Email the following to GuestSpeaker@AmericanCruiseLines.com:
- Resume and Biography
- Link to videos of previous public speaking presentations
- If not available, create a video of yourself doing a 15-minute mock presentation with a simulated audience similar to what you would present on board the ship, complete with PowerPoint visuals
- Only send a link to this video; do not send the video itself
- Link to Video Introduction
- This should be a 60-90 second introduction of yourself to American Cruise Lines. Tell us about yourself and why you would be a perfect fit within our organization.
Applications are invited for the above temporary (18 month) post working in the Centre for Applied Marine Sciences (CAMS) based in the School of Ocean Sciences (SOS) in Menai Bridge, Anglesey.
Main duties will include identifying, accessing and collating maritime archives and marine scientific data sets associated with shipping losses in the Irish Sea and develop effective methodologies to identify individual wrecks.
The role will additionally involve close collaboration with external project partners to develop innovative and effective mechanisms to identify and link related maritime archives, marine data and museum collections etc.
Candidates should be educated to PhD standard (or equivalent) in marine archaeology or closely related subject area and have extensive experience of working with marine archives and multibeam sonar data.
This role will be located on campus at Bangor. Through our Dynamic Working framework, there will also be the option to spend some time working remotely (although remaining in the UK) to support work life balance, which will be discussed further with candidates at interview.
Applications will also be considered to carry out this role on a part-time basis.
The successful candidate will be expected to commence the role during August/September 2022.
Applications will only be accepted via our on-line recruitment website, jobs.bangor.ac.uk. However, in cases of access issues due to disability, paper application forms are available by telephoning 01248 383865.
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The University of West Florida Department of Anthropology is hosting an opportunity for Continuing Education through a course in submerged paleolandscapes in August 2022. Those who do not need CE can also take the class. Registration and pricing details are in the flyer.
NOTE: Four slots have been paid for and held in reserve specifically for graduate students. Travel and accommodations are the responsibility of the student. Interested graduate students should send an email of interest (why would this class be useful to you?) to me at rgougeon at uwf.edu.
This course will provide participants with an overview of the topic of submerged paleolandscapes, including the cultural historical contexts needed to understand them. Course participants will also gain hands-on experience in some of the emerging technologies used to discover and interpret submerged terrestrial sites and landscapes.
In the field of archaeology, few questions are as intriguing or controversial as questions of where we came from and how we got here. Archaeologists have developed numerous patterns and models of early human migration and occupation based on evidence recovered from sites on land; however, growing awareness of past climate change and sea-level fluctuations has highlighted a flaw with these models. Large portions of the world’s continental shelves that are presently underwater were exposed as dry land during periods of early human migration. Although archaeologists commonly point to the importance of coastal margins in migration studies, the coastal margins that existed during past migrations have not been investigated systematically because they are now underwater.
Interest in the study of submerged landscapes has received greater attention in the last decade (e.g., Bailey et al. 2017; Benjamin et al. 2011; Evans et al. 2014; Flemming et al. 2017) in large part because of the increasing availability of the technology required to access submerged archaeological sites. Despite the potential for submerged landscapes to yield previously undiscovered and potentially paradigm-shifting data, continental shelves are rarely targeted for systematic subsurface archaeological investigation, with most investigations taking place close to shore. Given the recent and rapid increase in off-shore and near-shore energy sector developments, archaeologists have an opportunity to contribute to our understanding of submerged paleolandscapes, but only if they are able to properly contextualize these resources and know how and what to look for.
UWF Department of Anthropology Submerged Paleolandscapes Course
Dates: August 8-12, 2022
Schedule: Mon-Thu, 9 a.m. – 5 p.m.
Location: Pensacola, FL
The course is open to both current students and professionals. Enrollment in UWF is not required. Course will include lectures from scholars and professionals, hands-on practical exercises, and on-water experiences (weather permitting). Continuing education units will be available through the UWF Continuing Education program.
Topics will include:
- Sea-level change: what it means to archaeology and how to understand it
- Climate changes and their impacts on the archaeological record
- Determining submerged site potential
- Remote sensing methods and interpretation
- Physical sampling and coring methods and analyses
- Excavation and documentation of submerged prehistoric archaeological sites
SEARCH has an immediate opening for a full-time experienced Project Manager to join our Offshore Wind Sector.
- Successfully deliver your projects to your clients by providing deliverables on-time, within budget, in accordance with client quality expectations, and in compliance with all contract requirements. This includes the baselining and management of the project scope, schedule, budget, and any necessary changes.
- Serve as the single point of contact for your clients to navigate the permitting process and address any issues associated with delivery of the project.
- Ensure that your projects are conducted with a high level of quality control and peer review.
- Ensure your project’s compliance with SEARCH’s and the Client’s Health & Safety Program.
- Communicate project developments to the project team, company leadership, and clients.
- Establish the leadership, professionalism, and communication skills necessary to successfully deliver your projects, maintain positive team morale, and positively represent SEARCH to our clients and other project stakeholders.
- Craft winning proposals, proposal templates, project expectations and exclusions (assumptions), and proposal budgets.
- Manage diverse cultural resources technical teams to produce timely and high-quality deliverables that ensure agency and permit compliance.
- Cover letter.
- Minimum of three professional references.
Welcome to Permitting, Environment & Marine Affairs
You’ll be part of the Strategic Permitting team where you, together with your colleagues, will direct work for our consultants to prepare defensible and streamlined onshore and offshore archaeological and visual impact assessments and serve as our lead internal SME on this topic. You’ll support the permitting team in preparing applicable sections of permit applications and lead portions of regulatory stakeholder engagement, working with our Tribal Liaison. You’ll also stay abreast of regulatory developments and build stakeholder relationships across our portfolio.
You’ll play an important role in:
- successfully achieving permits and memoranda of agreement for mitigation measures under Section 106 of the NHPA and the Bureau of Ocean Energy Management permitting process for offshore wind
- leading Section 106 activities, including public meetings, coordination with state and federal agencies and consulting parties, and alignment in approach across projects
- providing expertise on visual impact assessment methodologies (viewshed analysis, simulations, characterization of context and setting) and historic properties effects assessments and mitigation
- providing expertise on federal and state archaeological survey protocols (onshore and offshore), effects assessments, mitigation development, and Unanticipated Discoveries Plans
- providing technical oversight of permitting, technical, and legal consultants that provide services related to Section 106 of the NHPA, as part of federal and state permitting processes
- identifying opportunities to improve consultation with tribes and tribal historic preservation officers, state historic preservation officers, and historic societies.
To succeed in the role, you:
- hold a degree in cultural and heritage resource management, environmental policy/regulation, law, history, archaeology, or another relevant field, or have commensurate experience
- have at least five years of working experience with the National Historic Preservation Act and familiarity with related resources such as National Register of Historic Places properties, shipwrecks and archaeological sites, Traditional Cultural Properties (TCPs), and National Historic Landmarks (Section 110)
- have excellent communication and interpersonal skills and the ability to facilitate understanding of complex topics among diverse people with a broad range of technical and cultural knowledge and divergent perspectives
- understand the need for discretion and respect in both internal and external communications and can demonstrate examples of overcoming obstacles and a range of conflicts within or among internal and external stakeholder groups
- are committed to creating a better, more sustainable world for everyone.
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Ørsted is a global leader in offshore wind energy and ranked the world’s most sustainable energy company. To be a frontrunner, we invest significantly in employee development, and from the moment you join us, we’ll support your personal and professional growth. Here, you’ll get the opportunities that will unleash your full potential, and you’ll experience a collaborative, diverse, and dynamic work environment.
Shape the future with us
Send your application to us no later than May 30, 2022. We’ll be conducting interviews on a continuous basis and reserve the right to take down the advert when we have found the right candidate.
If you need to request any adjustments to working practices, working patterns, or the assessment process we’re happy to discuss alternative arrangements.
We offer a flexible workplace, and in this position you’ll be working in a hybrid (office and home-working) set-up.
Please note that for your application to be taken into consideration, you must submit your application via our online career pages and answer the screening questions relevant for your country.
The Honor Frost Foundation offers a number of bursaries each year to support students and early career researchers from the eastern Mediterranean to attend conferences, workshops and events relevant to the maritime archaeology of the region.
The UNESCO Almaty Cluster Office is seeking qualified and experienced experts in the Underwater Cultural Heritage (hereinafter “UCH”) studies to develop two separate briefcase studies of the current state of UCH in the Republic of Kazakhstan and Republic of Uzbekistan.
Interested specialists and/or organizations shall send their declarations of interest, financial proposals to conduct the study, as well as their supporting documents (CVs, lists of publications and research studies etc) by e-mail before 20 May 2022 to Mr Majer Massanov (email@example.com).
• Higher education, preferably with master degree in underwater archaeology and/or related international or heritage law;
• Strong research, writing and analytical skills;
• Good level of professional English to be able to consult the related international documents and conventions;
• Past research experience in the field of cultural heritage studies;
• Contractual experience with UN and/or other international organizations is an asset.
Terms of reference
In order to contribute to the efforts of UNESCO for the protection of the underwater cultural heritage of the Central Asian region, under the overall authority of the Director of the UNESCO Almaty Cluster Office (hereinafter “UNESCO Almaty”), and the direct supervision of the Culture Programme Officer of the UNESCO Almaty, the Contractor shall:
1. Establish regular working relations and participate in e-mail exchanges and conference calls with UNESCO Almaty and seek clarification as deemed necessary throughout the different stages of implementation.
2. Prepare a national briefcase study of the current state of underwater cultural heritage of the Republic of Kazakhstan or Republic of Uzbekistan.
3. Hold offline and/or online consultations with national UCH experts andnational authorities responsible for UCH management in order to collect information in the interest of the briefcase study.
4. Discuss with UNESCO Almaty the structure of the study.
5. The study should focus on and include following information (list not exclusive):
5.1. Current status of UCH, related national law, legislation gap analysis using the UNESCO 2001 Convention on the Protection of the Underwater Cultural Heritage (hereinafter “UNESCO 2001 Convention”) as the benchmark for UCH protection, capacity-building needs towards the protection of the UCH, and benefits of ratifying the UNESCO 2001 Convention (and possibly other related international legislation).
5.2. Map local research and management organizations working on protection and management of the UCH;
5.2. Map local research and management organizations working on protection and management of the UCH;
5.3. Map local educational institutes and universities that provided courses on UCH issues;
5.4. List all possible sources of information on UCH;
5.5. Map scientifically proved sites of the UCH;
5.6. List all contacted and consulted UCH experts and authorities;
5.7. Conclusions and recommendations for filling the identified gaps in UCH protection and UCH development and possible ratification of the UNESCO 2001 Convention (recommended measures for meeting the obligations under the UNESCO 2001 Convention).
6. The briefcase study shall be prepared in Russian language and include 30-40 pages (font “Times New Roman”; font size “12”, excluding annexes) with an executive summary.
7. Submit the final draft of the briefcase study in Russian language for approval and produce necessary modification in the final draft on the request of UNESCO Almaty.
8. At no charge, grant to UNESCO Almaty the right to use the final version of the briefcase study for not-for-profit purposes.
9. Final draft of the briefcase study for approval of UNESCO Almaty – 30 September 2022;
10. Final version of the briefcase study – 30 October 2022.
It is also agreed that:
11. The Contractor will be working from the contractor’s usual workplace.
12. Any possible bank charges of the contractor shall be charged to the contractual amount.
13. All expenses exceeded the amount of the contract is the responsibility of the Contractor.
14. The work should be completed by 30 October 2022.
Cardinal Point Captains, Inc. (CPC) is seeking an experienced and well-qualified vessel and operations coordinator to provide vessel support to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary (FKNMS) in Key West, FL. FKNMS operates a fleet of 16 small boats ranging from 20’ to 39’ in length. (Key Largo is a potential place where work can be performed from).
A qualified person is required to assist in managing the FKNMS small boats, ensuring they are operated and maintained in compliance with USCG and NOAA policies and regulations. The vessel and operations coordinator is needed to assist the FKNMS Superintendent with vessel personnel assignments and cruise requirements, based upon the sanctuary’s mission requirements and vessel maintenance.
- Ensure FKNMS small boats are operated and maintained in compliance with NOAA Small Boat Program requirements.
- Coordinate and support emergent repairs to FKNMS small boat assets if and when required. Provide oversight during shipyard and repair periods.
- Provide and coordinate vessel schedules and work packages in consultation with FKNMS management.
- Coordinate with NMS sites and partners to develop cruise plans for vessels of opportunity including ships, ROVs, and manned submersibles.
- Ensure current training for vessel operator and crewmembers; and keep record of credentials and qualifications.
- Comply with safety stand-downs per NOAA procedures.
- Schedule vessel maintenance and dry dock periods per NOAA procedures and in coordination with the site management. Provide oversight during shipyard and repair periods.
- Review of all Project Instructions to an approving authority including Cruise Plans, and Float Plans, as directed.
- Assist FKNMS in physical facilities assessments and planning as it relates to vessel operations.
- Represent FKNMS in vessel-related intra- and inter-agency meetings and partnerships, as necessary.
- Coordinate vessel and annual schedules for FKNMS.
- Coordinate annual vessel Requests for Proposal (RFP) process.
- Schedule vessel maintenance and dry dock periods per NOAA procedures.
- Coordinate arrangements for vessel departures, arrivals, mobilizations and de-mobilizations.
- Help oversee vessel crew and project manning.
- Review, revise, and implement pertinent policies and regulations related to NOAA small boats and applicable facilities.
- Coordinate and track training and resulting credentials of vessel operators, crew members, FKNMS staff members.
- Develop annual vessel accomplishment report.
- Assist FKNMS in maritime facilities assessments and planning.
- Serve as vessel operator or crew member, if qualified, for small boat underway missions, as required.
- Lead field operations, as required.
- Be ready and available for emergency responses.
Required certifications and experience
- Possess an active USCG Masters license (100 tons or above) and/or a degree from an accredited college or university in Marine Resource Management, Biology, Geology, Environmental Studies, Maritime Archaeology, electrical or mechanical engineering or related scientific fields (Bachelor’s degree and four years of additional experience may be substituted in lieu of advanced degree).
- At least five (5) years of experience providing coordination and management of site/vessel crew, operations, maintenance, and scheduling.
- Experience with NOAA vessel operations/coordination, or similar research vessel management is required.
- Experience mobilizing research cruises, including tracking personnel and preparing and approving cruise instructions, purchasing and organizing field gear, and coordinating with research vessel operations personnel.
- Physically able to lift and carry 50 pounds to assist with mission mobilization and maintenance.
Highly desired skills and experience
- Familiarity with operating and navigating marine vessels in Florida Keys’ waters.
- Current Frist Aid, CPR and AED certifications.
Minimum Education and Experience Requirements:
- 5 years of professional historical research experience (includes educational experience)
- Masters’ degree in History or related field with a strong understanding of US Military History and specialist knowledge of Southeast Asia and the Vietnam War
- Strong written and oral communication skills evidenced by publication and conference presentation record
- Demonstrated history of writing for a wide, non-specialist audience
- Knowledge of relevant primary and secondary source material
- Experience with archival research
- Self-motivated and detail-oriented, with excellent time management skills
- Able to work well independently as well as in a team environment
Critical Work Responsibilities:
- Perform complex historical research into locating and identifying missing service members from the Vietnam War.
- Assignments include, but are not limited to: historical reports, documentary research, interpreting oral histories, secondary source readings, geographically bounded studies, case narratives, reports of findings, and briefings to Agency leadership.
- Protect the organization by keeping information confidential
- Follow all client policies and procedures
- Other duties as assigned
Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:
- Possess a broad knowledge of the concepts, principles, and practices of historical research and analysis as gained through graduate education in history and relevant job experience
- Ability to conduct research on a diverse array of cases with scattered and scant source material
- Ability to apply flexible approaches and versatility to conducting research
- Knowledge of professional writing styles based on experience
- Exceptional abilities in oral and written communication, and the ability to provide written products quickly and in formats tailored for varied audiences
- Computer proficiency in the Microsoft Office Suite (Access, Word, SharePoint, PowerPoint, Outlook, and Excel)
- A demonstrated history of initiative and achievement
- A demonstrated history of working independently with client staff
- Experience working independently with minimal direction or supervision
- Experience supporting and anticipating client needs and demonstrating problem-solving skills
- Experience performing tasks under tight deadlines and managing shifting priorities
The physical demands and work environment described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
- This work is primarily sedentary, although some physical effort may be required, particularly if traveling to assist with field investigations
- Office work may include the transfer of archival boxes
- Individual must be capable of working under high stress and pressure of short deadlines
Additionally, as the workspace is an active forensic laboratory, you will be subject to the sites (and occasional smells) of skeletonized human remains as well as hearing conversations regarding deceased individuals.
Interested Foreign Nationals:
Foreign Nationals may be considered for this position. All foreign nationals must be able to demonstrate that they have lived in the United States for 3 of the past 5 years and have a US Social Security Number. These requirements must be met in order to move forward with the application process.
Please submit a cover letter along with your CV. CVs without a cover letter will not be considered.
SNA International is an Equal Opportunity Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity or national origin.
Submerged Cultural Resources Surveys
We are seeking to employ a Senior or Principal Geoarchaeologist to play a lead role in developing and leading our geoarchaeological and deposit modelling offering.
To meet our growing workload and specialist requirements we are looking for an experienced geoarchaeologist to develop our capabilities to undertake geoarchaeological assessment, produce geoarchaeological project designs and written schemes of investigation, manage/undertaken geoarchaeological monitoring and recording, and create deposit models.
The role comprises, but is not limited to, developing our inhouse capabilities to undertake or elements of geoarchaeological work on infrastructure projects, from project bidding, through inception, design assessment, and fieldwork stages. Including production of reports and deposits models to support projects/planning applications, and providing specialist advise and client liaison. In addition, the successful applicant will support the Heritage Team with general archaeological consultancy work, include historic environment assessment and EIA inputs.
Well-developed professional knowledge and understanding of British archaeology/geoarchaeology.
A relevant archaeological/geoarchaeological masters degree
Competent research skills
Competent IT skills, including the use of relevant deposit modelling software packages
Experience of Geographical Information Systems
Experience of producing geoarchaeological assessments, deposit models and geoarchaeological impact assessments.
Experience designing and undertaking geoarchaeological fieldwork
Strong communication, and presenting skills
Experience of producing non geoarchaeological archaeological reports, including desk based assessments, WSIs and EIA inputs.
Experience of Marine Archaeology, include associated marine deposit modelling/assessments
The Mott MacDonald Heritage Team has 27 staff based in Glasgow, Cambridge, Birmingham, Bristol, Reading, Leeds, Brighton, Altrincham and London. We span the heritage disciplines with specialist skills in archaeological and built heritage management.
About the business unit
Environmental and social considerations are central to Mott MacDonald’s Purpose and its offerings across all sectors and territories. Our environment and social business provides essential services and innovative solutions which anticipate our clients’ needs across all sectors.
How to apply
To apply for this role, please complete our 15-minute application via our website. Our talent acquisition coordinators aim to provide feedback within 5 working days with the outcome of your application. More information about our application process can be found here. If you have any questions regarding your application or the role, please reach out to the dedicated recruiter listed who will be more than happy to help.
Mott MacDonald is Work180 accredited – which means we actively support and encourage women to join our work force!
Marine Archaeologist – Parsippany NJ
Discover your full potential. At Tetra Tech, we are collaborating with industry-leading experts for a sustainable future for our world. We combine consulting and engineering with advanced analytics and technology to solve the world’s most complex challenges. Our innovation hubs across the globe will enable you to share ideas and best practices while growing your professional network. Wherever you are in your career journey, you will benefit from working with world-class engineers, scientists, and technical specialists.
Apply today and join the company that is Leading with Science®.
Tetra Tech’s commitment to hiring the best talent in the industry and helping them thrive professionally is stronger than ever. We are currently seeking applications for an immediate Marine Archaeologist. The marine archaeologist position requires candidates who ideally have at least eight (8) years of experience working as a cultural resource principal investigator and/or manager on Projects that involve performance of background research in addition to collection and interpretation of remote sensing data.
- The marine archaeologist must be experienced in performing background research related to development of historic contexts and identification of previously recorded resources within areas of specific projects.
- The marine archaeologist must have the capability and experience to interpret data collected from geophysical surveys using instrumentation such as side scan sonar, magnetometer, and multibeam sonar survey systems to identify potential cultural resources that may be eligible to the National Register of Historic Places.
- The marine archaeologist must have the capability and experience to identify submerged paleolandscapes based on a variety of sources of geophysical data and other background sources.
- The marine archaeologist must have current PADI certification and any other standard certifications required to perform submarine exploration.
- The marie archaeologist must be experienced in assessing if potential remote sensing targets may represent cultural resources that meet the criteria to be eligible to the NRHP.
- The position requires good writing skills so that reports for a variety of clients and federal or state agencies may be developed based on the background research and on-water tasks performed.
- MA or MS degree in Anthropology (or related field) with an emphasis in underwater archaeology.
- At least eight years’ experience as a professional marine archaeologist in the US (Northeast, Middle Atlantic, Southeast, Gulf of Mexico, and Western US).
- Must be a Registered Professional Archaeologist (RPA) or be qualified to become an RPA upon employment.
- Experience in performing work compliant with Section 106 of the National Historic Preservation Act.
- Experience with current state-of-the- art remote sensing technology needed to collect relevant submarine remote sensing data.
- Experience in performing work to Bureau of Ocean Energy Management’s Guidelines for Identification of Historic Properties in Federal Waters.
- Candidate must be hard-working, good-natured, capable of working with others, capable of giving clear explanations and direction, capable of taking direction from Project Managers and Supervisors.
Other Desirable Knowledge and Experience:
- It is preferred that candidates have up-to-date Red Cross First-Aid and CPR training.
- It is preferred that candidates have current HAZWOPER and Refresher Training.
- Interested candidates must provide at least three professional references with their current email addresses and telephone numbers.
Physical Demands & Work Environment:
- Has ability to perform bending, kneeling, standing, and lifting and carrying objects weighing 35 lbs. and have a tolerance for working in outdoor environments, including prolonged walking or standing on various terrain in a wide range of weather conditions.
- Performs manual labor including excavation with shovels.
- Availability to work extended field rotations (sometimes 10-12 days at a time).
At Tetra Tech, health and safety play a vital role in our success. Tetra Tech’s employees work together to comply with all applicable health & safety practices and protocols, including health orders and regulations related to COVID-19 that are mandated by local, state, and federal authorities as well as project requirements.
About Tetra Tech:
Tetra Tech combines the resources of a global, multibillion-dollar company with local, client-focused delivery in more than 400 locations around the world. Our reputation rests on the technical expertise and dedication of our employees—20,000 associates working together to provide smart, scalable solutions for challenging projects. We are proud to be home to leading technical experts in water, environment, infrastructure, resource management, energy, and international development.
Explore our open positions at https://www.tetratech.com/careers Follow us on social media to learn more about our people, culture, and opportunities:
Tetra Tech is proud to be an Equal Opportunity Employer. Diversity, inclusion, and equity are among Tetra Tech’s core values. Throughout our history, the company has prioritized equitable inclusion of all people. All qualified candidates will be considered without regard to race, color, religion, national origin, military or veteran status, gender, age, disabilities, sexual orientation, gender identity, pregnancy and pregnancy-related conditions, genetic information and any other characteristics protected by the law. We invite resumes from all interested parties. Please visit our website at www.tetratech.com to see the array of diverse services and exciting projects we are currently working on.
At Tetra Tech, we provide a collaborative environment that supports individual performance, innovation, and creativity. We are proud to offer competitive compensation and benefits. Learn more by visiting http://www.tetratech.com/en/benefits
Tetra Tech is a VEVRAA federal contractor and we request priority referral of veterans for available positions.
We thank all applicants for their interest, however, only those candidates selected for interviews will be contacted.
Please no phone calls or agencies.
DATE: May 12th-May 14th, 2022
TIME: 5:00 PM EDT
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Marathon Government Center
2798 Overseas Hwy. Marathon, FL 33050
The Heritage Awareness Diving Seminar is intended to explain the advantages of conserving shipwrecks and other submerged cultural resources, not only to preserve information about our collective past, but also to preserve the vibrant ecosystems that grow around historic shipwrecks.
HADS focuses on providing scuba training agency Course Directors, Instructor Trainers, and Instructors with a greater knowledge of how to proactively protect shipwrecks, artificial reefs, and other underwater cultural sites as part of the marine environment. Upon completion of HADS, participants can teach the new Heritage Awareness Diving Specialty Course, approved by PADI, NAUI, and SDI, as well as incorporate underwater historic preservation into other courses. HADS is taught in partnership with the Florida Bureau of Archaeological Research and the Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary.
This program is being offered both in-person and virtually:
1. To join us in-person for two evenings of classroom learning (May 12 and 13) and for a morning of diving (May 14), the cost is $175 and includes all materials and charter boat fees. **Please note: Due to our charter company’s requirements, all divers will be required to have and show proof of Divers Alert Network (DAN) dive accident insurance.** Register here.
2. To join us virtually for two evenings of classroom learning (May 12 and 13), the cost is $100 and includes all materials. Register here.
More information about the Heritage Awareness Diving Seminar, visit our training page!
E-mail firstname.lastname@example.org for questions.
Gray & Pape, a national and international cultural heritage management (CRM) firm, is seeking a GIS Specialist in our Houston, TX office. Expected salary range for this role is $48,000-$60,000 based on skills and experience. This role is full time, regular status, exempt position. Gray & Pape offers a hybrid work environment with built in flexibility for days in the office.
Summary of the Role:
GIS Specialist is responsible for providing GIS support for company projects along with the research, development, and implementation of GIS technology for the company.
- Utilize Gray & Pape’s GIS capabilities to support and enhance projects.
- Coordinate with staff to develop GIS databases and structures used to analyze, manage, and enhance project data and client deliverables.
- Educate and mentor staff on the various capabilities of Gray & Pape’s GIS and its applicability for resource/planning analysis and project management support.
- Coordinate with project managers, field personnel, and support staff to prepare project mapping and map products.
- Manage project specific data, develop database structures, and develop project appropriate and innovative GIS and map products.
- Coordinate with other GIS personnel and GIS Director to provide evaluations and recommendations for Gray & Pape GIS resources and current/recommended technology.
- Create training materials for field and support staff and assist with training.
- Maintain familiarity with internet, published, and commercial data and base map sources; acquire needed data and electronic base mapping.
- Maintain company GIS archive and inventory of in-house resources.
- Complete projects on-time and on-budget, follow company standards and protocols.
- Evaluate and ensure data are retrieved in the field correctly, data are processed appropriately in-house, and generate accurate report graphics on time and budget.
- Participate in public outreach programs to educate people about the importance of archaeological resources and CRM at the project, professional, and/or community levels.
- B.A. in Anthropology, Geography, or related field plus 2 years’ experience in the application of GIS, CAD, and graphics software for the presentation of data in CRM and related projects.
- Software experience: AutoCAD, ArcView GIS 3.x, ArcGIS 9.x, ArcCad Map, Microstation, ArcInfo, Idrisi, GRASS, Intergraph, GPS, database management (Excel and Access), Windows operating system, and compatible word processing software.
- Experience with principles and practices of electronic mapping and cartography, particularly as relates to the use of a range of total station, GPS, and data collection instruments, and the preparation of GIS data, metadata, and map products from a variety of GIS software packages.
- Demonstrated ability to work with project managers and other researchers in developing GIS databases that address specific research designs or management needs.
- Demonstrated written and oral communication skills, particularly including the cartographic presentation of cultural, historical, and archaeological information.
- Must possess a valid driver’s license and ability to operate a passenger car/light truck.
- Familiarity with both terrestrial and maritime archaeological data mapping including magnetometer remote sensing and/or terrestrial contour mapping.
Travel is project-dependent with an expectation of travel outside the local area and for multiple days. Some projects may require extended travel.
Gray & Pape offers a competitive pay and benefits package, including paid holidays, paid vacation and sick leave, health and disability insurance, and a 401(k)-retirement plan. A complete job description is available upon request.
If you are interested in joining our team, please submit the following to Ashley Huntley, HR Assistant, at Ahuntley@graypape.com. No phone calls, please.
- Cover letter detailing expression of interest;
- Resume or CV;
- 3 sample maps showing survey data, preference given for one sample showing maritime remote sensing data results.
This position is open until May 30, 2022, and qualified candidates may be interviewed and selected prior to close date. Please visit us at https://www.graypape.com/our-company/careers/ to learn more.
Gray & Pape is an Equal Opportunity Employer. We are committed to providing an environment of respect and inclusion where equal employment opportunities are available to all applicants and employees. Applicants and employees will not be discriminated against on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, disability, national origin, protected veteran status, or any other protected status under federal, state or local law. Please contact HR to request an accommodation.
The Arnold’s Bay Project intern will have a unique opportunity to broaden their educational experience by supporting our team in excavations at the Revolutionary War battlefield site, Arnold’s Bay, in Panton, VT. Focused excavation will take place from August 1st through September 9th. Arnold’s Bay saw the conclusion of the Battle of Lake Champlain on October 13, 1776, when General Benedict Arnold guided his battered fleet into its shallow waters, set them aflame, and fled with his crew up the embankment and south to Fort Ticonderoga for the winter. In 2022, the Museum team will continue to survey the battlefield site utilizing underwater metal detectors to identify artifacts and gain a better understanding of the events of October 1776. In addition to assisting with survey and excavation, the intern will have the opportunity to engage the public through onsite and online programming, improving public access to interpretation of the lake’s underwater resources.
Duties and Responsibilities
· Assist the Research and Archaeology team in survey and excavation of the Arnold’s Bay battlefield site.
· Provide public interpretation for Museum visitors both on site and virtually.
· Support public outreach through blogs and social media series
· Participate in other Museum activities as identified by the intern as professional development interests.
Qualifications, Skills, and Attributes
· Undergraduate, Graduate student, or recent graduate in history, archaeology, historic preservation, museum studies, or related field
· Experience and/or interest in 18th century history content preferred
· SCUBA certification (open water or higher) required
· Ability to work flexibly in a (physically-distanced) office, both independently and as a team member
· Commitment to collaboration, strong technical writing skills and communication ability
· Access to private transportation
· Commitment to adhere to COVID-conscious workplace protocols
This position will include onsite, offsite, and on water work. Work outside will occur in all weather conditions.
How To Apply
Send a cover letter, resume, summary of dive experience and three references to email@example.com with the subject line “Arnold’s Bay Project Intern.”
Equal Opportunity Employment
Lake Champlain Maritime Museum provides equal employment opportunities to all employees and applicants for employment. The Museum prohibits discrimination and harassment of any type based on race, color, religion, age, sex, national origin, disability status, genetics, protected veteran status, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, or any other characteristic protected by federal, state or local laws.
Postdoctoral positions at Södertörn University, Centre for Baltic and East European Studies (CBEES) Stockholm, Sweden, with focus on water/marine issues. Maritime Archaeological applications are welcome!
For more information, details and application:
For specific discussion and advice regarding the Maritima Archaeological perspective contact: Professor Johan Rönnby, firstname.lastname@example.org
The primary purpose of the position is to work cooperatively with the Office of State Archaeology (OSA), the Queen Anne’s Revenge (QAR) Project team, and other DNCR staff. The QAR Lab Office Manager (LOM) will facilitate effective and efficient work at the QAR Lab including through: management and maintenance of stocks, supplies, inventories, equipment, facility, compliance with health and safety requirements, space, records and databases, and library maintenance. This position requires good oral and written communication skills for both professional and public audiences along with good time management skills to balance many concurrent projects and deadlines. The QAR LOM will be a member of the QAR Lab team in Greenville, NC, located at East Carolina University’s West Research Campus. The QAR LOM reports to the Senior Conservator, but on a day-to-day basis work will be overseen by QAR Conservator(s).