US Maritime Administration Historian

This position is located in the Office of the Associate Administrator for Strategic Sealift, Maritime Administration (MARAD). This position is established to perform historical work required to document significant events through research, evaluation, and interpretation of material relevant to the subject, and for agency actions subject to review under Section 106 of the National Historic Preservation Act of 1966, as amended (NHPA). 

As the Historian, you will:

  • 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.
  • Apply professional knowledge of historical principles, concepts, research sources, methodology, and techniques sufficient to provide expert advice, interpretation, and guidance on merchant ship and naval ship history.
  • Implement policies that document significant historical events and document missions and other noteworthy events, preserves the record, and provides historical perspective to decision-makers, which is critical to making informed decisions.
  • Recommend projects and priorities in anticipation of future management needs. Responds to internal and external inquiries on history-related issues and researches and drafts histories for ships, marine infrastructure, programs, and projects in which MARAD has an interest.

The ideal candidate possess professional knowledge of historical principles, concepts, research sources, methodology, and techniques sufficient to provide expert advice, interpretation, and guidance on merchant ship and naval ship history.

Research Fellow, University of Southampton

Research Fellow


Location:  Avenue Campus
Salary:   £31,406
Full Time Fixed Term (36 months)
Closing Date:  Tuesday 02 November 2021
Reference:  1547021AR

Applications are invited for the position of Research Fellow to take part in one of the five ‘Discovery Projects’ funded by the AHRC as part of the Towards a National Collection Programme for three years from December 2021.  ‘Unpath’d Waters’  aims to make maritime heritage data (collections of charts, documents, images, film, oral histories, sonar surveys, seismic data, archaeological investigations and artefacts) more easily accessible to the public.  

The team at Southampton is led by Professor Fraser Sturt (Archaeology) and Professor Age Chapman (Electronics and Computer Science) and will work on leveraging advances in artificial intelligence to widen search and discovery capabilities across and between collections.  This will involve working closely with co-investigators and project partners from the breadth of the heritage sector.  

The successful candidate will have a PhD* or equivalent professional qualifications and experience in Computer Science or Archaeological Computing. 

*Applications for Research Fellow positions will be considered from candidates who are working towards or nearing completion of a relevant PhD qualification.  The title of Research Fellow will be applied upon successful completion of the PhD.  Prior to the qualification being awarded the title of Senior Research Assistant will be given.

Scientist in the Maritime Human Element Center (MHEC) and the Marine Culture Heritage Centre (MCHC)

The Cyprus Marine and Maritime Institute (CMMI) is seeking to recruit a qualified applicant on a part-time or full time, fixed term agreement, for the position of a Scientist in the Maritime Human Element Center (MHEC) and the Marine Culture Heritage Centre (MCHC), situated in Larnaka, Cyprus.

The Cyprus Marine and Maritime Institute:

The Cyprus Marine and Maritime Institute (CMMI, is a Centre of Excellence for marine and maritime research, innovation and technology development and has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation program and matching funding from the Government of the Republic of Cyprus. The CMMI pulls together expertise from local universities and industry and international partners. 

Marine Culture Heritage Centre (MCHC)

MCHC aims at promoting our marine cultural heritage including the preservation and protection of valuable historical, cultural and archaeological resources. MCHC is involved in activities linked to submerged archaeological marine sites and coastal archaeology. It also encompasses cultural practices, artistic and linguistic expressions, local skills, traditional and historical knowledge relating to the marine and maritime sectors.

Maritime Human Element Center (MHEC)

MHEC covers various areas of the human element in the marine and maritime sectors including Safety, risk & regulation, Occupational psychology, Organizational behaviour, Ergonomics and human-computer interaction (HCI), Safety science, business and management theory, health sciences, legal aspects, sociology and anthropology. It also aims to bridge the gap between educational options available about the marine and maritime sectors and labour market needs, especially concerning technological developments and innovation.

Candidate profile:

We seek to recruit a visionary scientist with the desire and ability to undertake a range of multidisciplinary projects that will support research work at the CMMI. At this early developmental stage of the CMMI, there is a great incentive to collaborate towards forging the direction of the Institute and to capitalise on partnerships with local and international CMMI partners. We seek scientists/researchers who will be excited to explore a diverse range of topics and contribute to MHEC’s and/or MCHC’s growth. Successful candidates will contribute to CMMI projects, assist in the preparation of reports and deliverables, contribute to research proposals, author scientific reports, conference, and journal publications.

Tenure-track Assistant Professor with a specialization in maritime archaeology

The Department of Anthropology at Texas A&M University invites applications for a tenure-track Assistant Professor with a specialization in maritime archaeology. This is a full-time, 9-month appointment beginning August 1, 2022. The ideal candidate will have a broad background in maritime archaeology, including archaeological artifact documentation and analysis techniques, combined with advanced knowledge of archaeological conservation and/or ship reconstruction. Geographic area and chronological period are open, although particular consideration will be given to candidates who specialize in post-medieval and/or Asian seafaring. The successful candidate will be expected to conduct field and laboratory research in maritime archaeology, mentor PhD and undergraduate students, teach a 2-2 course load including undergraduate and graduate courses in maritime archaeology and anthropology, and participate in service at the department, college, and university levels.


PhD in-hand; a PhD conferred before December 31, 2021 is desired, however, strong applicants who are scheduled to have the PhD in-hand by June 1, 2022 will also be considered. Applicants should have a proven record of research, publication, and external funding that is commensurate with the present stage of their career, and the ability to teach undergraduate and graduate courses in maritime archaeology and anthropology. 

Application Instructions

Review of applications will begin on November 15, 2021, and continue until the position is filled. Application materials include a 1-2 page cover letter; a current curriculum vitae with names and contact information of three references; a statement of current and future research plans (no more than two pages); a statement of teaching and mentoring philosophy and experience (no more than two pages); and, a diversity, equity, and inclusion (DEI) statement (no more than one page) that offers evidence of demonstrated commitment to DEI as it applies to research, teaching, and/or service. All application materials must be submitted through InterFolio using the following link: Questions about the position should be directed to Dr. Shelley Wachsmann, Chair of the Maritime Archaeology Search Committee at

Contract Archaeologist

Sea Beneath Marine & Heritage
Archaeologist (Contract Position)
Start Date 2022-01-01
Location Vancouver Island and the Gulf Islands, BC

Who we are and what we do:

Sea Beneath Marine & Heritage is a newly formed small business, based in Bowser, BC. We provide commercial scuba diving, marine, and terrestrial archaeological services across the province. Our current HCA permitted projects are located on Vancouver Island and the Gulf Islands. We have multiple terrestrial AIA and SAP projects in progress, with projects secured through to 2024 and beyond.

Principals and Archaeologists Rob Field and Kim Berg: As company owners, we are directly involved in every aspect of our marine and terrestrial archaeological projects from initial stakeholder liaison, through to permitting and fieldwork, analysis, final reporting, site registration, and project closure. We have over 40 years of combined archaeological project experience in all industry sectors and are eligible permit holders and field directors in all cultural areas of BC. Beyond 25 plus years in consulting archaeology, Rob’s experience as a commercial and advanced technical diver is also extensive, with more than 1200 career dives logged.

We are focused and engaged in our profession and strive to provide prompt, respectful, and quality service to the indigenous communities with whom we work, to our clients, and to the Archaeology Branch. We are both members in good standing with the BC Association of Professional Archaeologists (BCAPA), the Underwater Archaeology Society of BC (UASBC), and the Archaeological Society of British Columbia (ASBC).

Company Values:

Sea-Beneath is committed to working collaboratively to meet Project objectives and timelines and equally committed to the protection and conservation of First Nations’ cultural heritage. This balance allows a Project to proceed while minimizing impacts to heritage resources. Upholding these commitments requires integrity, respect, transparency, and careful consideration of stakeholder needs. We understand the big picture, strive for balanced solutions, and honor open, honest, and genuine relationships.

Who we are looking for:

An independent, field-experienced northwest coast archaeologist who is interested in contracting their services to Sea-Beneath on an as-and-when, basis.

Services to Sea-Beneath will include:

Preparation of HCA Section 12.2 and 12.4 permit applications
Preparation of First Nations cultural heritage (CHIP) permit applications
Fieldwork – as a field director or field supervisor on the northwest coast
Data Management
Artifact Analysis and/or cataloguing
Preparation of Reports (Interims and Finals)
Preparation of Site Forms (new and updates)
Must Haves:

Your Character

Integrity, Respect, Transparency, Open, Honest, and Genuine: these words form a part of our value statement and direct our behaviour as professional and ethical archaeologists. We are looking for a like-minded, experienced archaeological professional who is passionate, hard-working, and focused on their work, to fill this role. While the successful applicant will be an independent contractor to Sea-Beneath, they can expect to be supported by us and will work directly with us at every stage of a project.

Your Location

A resident of Vancouver Island or the Gulf Islands. Applicants living on the south or east coast of Vancouver Island are ideally positioned for the role.

Education and Experience

A graduate degree in Archaeology or Anthropology or an undergraduate degree in Archaeology with a minimum of five (5) continuous years of recent, in-field experience in BC.
Applied knowledge and understanding of the Heritage Conservation Act and the Permitting and Assessment process in BC.
Experience working directly with Indigenous governments and community members regarding the management of heritage resources, including ancestral remains and associated belongings.
Demonstrated field experience working on the northwest coast for HCA permitted projects or those within other cultural areas in BC (please provide your Archaeology Branch experience table).
Demonstrated report writing experience for AIAs, AOAs, SAPs, and PFRs (please provide samples of written work for permitted projects).
Northwest Coast Culture Area field director status or nearing (per Bulletin 17) is required.

Required Tools and Equipment

A GPS, notebook, camera, laptop/tablet, personal protective equipment, field clothing and footwear are to be provided by the successful applicant. Sea-Beneath will provide equipment and sundry supplies such as screens, shovels, flagging, artifact bags, and field forms as required.
Your Business

You must be an independent contractor with your own company in place, and currently providing archaeological services, (which may include specialized services) to others.
Proof of WorkSafe BC coverage.
Proof of Errors & Omissions and Commercial General Liability Insurance.
A valid BC driver’s license, reliable vehicle, and appropriate insurance coverage.
Professional References

A minimum of three (3) professional references, of which one (1) must be a project officer, manager, or director with the BC Archaeology Branch; the second (2) from a member of an indigenous community with whom you have worked; and the third (3) from a colleague within the archaeological community.

Nice to haves:

Field Director status in the Interior Plateau and/or Sub-Arctic Boreal cultural areas.
RISC Instructor.
Permit holding status for the northwest coast.
Field experience in the respectful recovery and handling of ancestral remains.
ArcGIS/QGIS data management and mapping experience.
Other specialty (i.e., osteology, lithic analysis).
OFA Level 1 or higher.
Sport or commercial scuba diving certification(s), boat operating experience and certifications, or simply, a genuine interest for working on or under, the water.

Contractor Rates

We’ll talk

Reply in Strict Confidence to: Rob Field and Kim Berg, Principals and Senior Archaeologists at Sea Beneath Marine & Heritage

Rob: E: P: 250.580.8882
Kim: E: P: 250.514.4074

Marine Archaeologist

Re-Advertised? Nobody applying?

AECOM is actively seeking a highly talented Senior Marine Archaeologist who can be based in our Germantown, MD, Houston, TX, Tampa, FL, or Rocky Hill, CT office. The Senior Marine Archaeologist will provide support to cultural resource projects throughout the United States and potentially international work, as available. The Senior Marine Archaeologist will have extensive knowledge of field data collection techniques, implement marine archaeological monitoring, inventory, evaluation, and data recovery efforts, analyze marine remote sensing data and maritime archaeological data, and prepare compliance reports.

Maritime Archaeologist

Maritime Archaeologist

Location: Flexible on location – based in one of our offices or home working

Contract Type: Permanent

Salary: £28,016 – £32,488 pro-rated dependant on location, National £28,016 pro rated, Greater London £30,990, Inner London £32,488 +

Reference No: 10094

Final applications 27 October 2021



Historic England have a unique opportunity for you to join us as our Maritime Archaeologist, which will give you the opportunity to be at the centre of our marine services including managing projects, identifying sites and working with both our volunteer Licensees, contractors and others to manage our most important wrecks.

The location of the opportunity is flexible. You can be based in one of our National offices, home working or hybrid working where you will be based in the office and home.

What you will be doing:

  • You will be a key member of a small and busy team where we need you to be responsible for casework, administration and licencing relating to the physical management of England`s protected wreck sites.
  • You will act as the first point of contact for our volunteer Licencees and their teams you will manage and advise on licence applications, assess and support projects and liaise with internal and external colleagues and organisations to promote effective management of our marine heritage.
  • You will be responsible for assisting in national casework delivery in relation to England`s existing, and new, Protected Wreck Sites.

Who we are looking for:

  • A degree in a relevant subject or substantial equivalent experience.
  • A commitment to champion the interest of the historic environment to the public at large via various media including the press and social media.
  • Experience of marine project management and of building and maintaining partnerships in project work.
  • Ability to build and sustain effective, mutually respectful working relationships with colleagues and external partners.
  • Broad understanding of heritage legislation as it affects all aspects of the marine and coastal historic environment and proven experience of its operation and application in English waters.
  • Excellent oral and written communication skills.

We are an equal opportunity employer which values diversity and inclusion. If you have a disability, we would be happy to discuss reasonable adjustments to the job with you. Having just won the Gold Award from MIND, we also recognize the importance of a healthy work -life balance. We offer a wide benefits package including a competitive pension scheme, a generous 28 days holiday, corporate discounts, free entry into English Heritage sites across the county and development opportunities to ensure you achieve your goals.

NOAA Ocean Exploration Advisory Board is seeking members

NOAA is soliciting applications to fill up to four vacancies on the OEAB with individuals demonstrating expertise in areas of scientific research relevant to ocean exploration including engineering, data science, deep ocean biology, geology, oceanography, marine archaeology, and ocean science education and communication.

Grant Researcher

Università degli Studi di Udine
“The shipwreck of Grado 2 (3rd century B.C.) and the role of Transmarine trade at the dawn of Roman expansion in North-eastern Italy”

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UNESCO Programme Specialist/Head of Unit (Culture)

Under the overall authority of the Assistant Director-General for Culture and the direct supervision of the Director of Culture and Emergencies Entity, the incumbent will be responsible for planning and implementing the programme of the Underwater Cultural Heritage Unit.

S/he will coordinate the support provided to the Director of Culture and Emergencies Entity in assisting the statutory organs of the Convention in all aspects of their decision-making; the development and implementation of pertinent and meaningful programmes related to the 2001 Convention; the elaboration and implementation of strategies and projects for the promotion of the wide ratification and implementation of the 2001 Convention and related awareness-raising activities; the scientifical and technical aspects of the monitoring of programmes, projects and activities, including in the areas of capacity building and policy development and mobilize voluntary contributions to support these activities.

Two (2) Underwater Archaeology Posts for the US Naval History and Heritage Command

You will serve as an Archaeologist with the Underwater Archaeology Branch (UAB) of the the Collection Management Division (200) of the NAVAL HISTORY AND HERITAGE COMMAND (NHHC).


You will serve as an Archaeologist with the Underwater Archaeology Branch (UAB) of the Collection Management Division (200) of the NAVAL HISTORY AND HERITAGE COMMAND.


Oceaneering Posts

The Senior Data Exploitation Analyst participates in all phases of data collection, processing, and reporting at a customer site.  The primary responsibilities of this role are to acquire, analyze, compile, evaluate, and review data for use in standard products, non-standard products, and/or data holdings in support of mission requirements. The ability to obtain a DoD security clearance is required. Must hold/acquire a TS/SCI with Polygraph.  This position resides in Suitland, MD.


  • Bachelor’s degree in Oceanography, Underwater Archeology, or related field.
  • Knowledge of products like SonarWiz, Hypack and WinFrog.

The Data Exploitation Analyst participates in all phases of data collection, processing, and reporting at a customer site in Suitland/Camp Spring, MD. The primary responsibilities of this role are to acquire, analyze, compile, evaluate, and review data for use in standard products, non-standard products, and/or data holdings in support of mission requirements. Ability to obtain and maintain a TS/SCI w/ Poly, Active clearance highly desired.  This position will reside in Suitland, MD.


  • Bachelor’s degree in Oceanography, Underwater Archeology, or related field.
  • Experience with Autonomous Underwater Vehicle (AUV), & Remotely Operated Vehicles (ROVs) and their support equipment.
  • Experience with SLS systems, Doppler Sonars, Navigation & underwater cameras equipment.
  • Knowledge of products like SonarWiz, Hypack and WinFrog.

Geographic Information Systems Analyst/Developer

Maritime Archaeology and Heritage Institute  Karāchi, Sindh, Pakistan

We are now accepting applications for the post of GIS Analyst/Developer for our Inventory of Maritime Archaeology in Pakistan (IMAP) project. The post is available for an initial 4 month period, and may be followed by a 2 year project implementation phase and a subsequent 5 year project extension phase. This full-time position is based in Karachi.

Details about the role, requirements and application process are outlined above. Applicants will be assessed on the materials submitted, an interview (to be scheduled after an initial review of candidates) and referee responses.

This position will involve:

  • Working collaboratively with a multi-disciplinary team of researchers to investigate the maritime heritage of Pakistan. 
  • Design and development of maps in ArcGIS using relational data queries.  
  • Undertake geospatial analysis of the project datasets using ArcGIS.
  • Design and development of a backend relational database to host the project datasets.  Activities will include the development of a relational data schema and all supporting forms and reports as required for research workflows. 
  • The relational database and GIS must ensure linkages with the existing knowledge management system and allow for export of data for external third-party database systems integration.
  • Work collaboratively with the MAHI leadership and historical research teams to establish data processing workflows that ensure source materials are accurately catalogued and referenced into the project knowledge management system.
  • Ensuring that work outputs meet the required quality expectations and agreed-upon deadlines.


  • Completion of a Bachelors or Masters degree in geography, archaeology, engineering, computer science or related fields requiring expertise in geospatial analysis.
  • At least 5 years of development experience with ArcGIS, relational databases, front-end forms and reports, and online data-hosting environments.
  • Technical expertise and familiarity with publicly accessible geospatial research datasets for the Pakistan coastal and Indus River delta regions.
  • Proficiency in English, including excellent written and oral communication skills. 
  • Previous work experience and/or familiarity with Pakistan’s coastal and Indus River delta region, including working with local communities, is desirable, but not essential for this role.

Application Procedure:

Please send the following documents to:

  • A CV, including previous work experience and educational qualifications. Please include contact information for two work related referees.
  • A Cover Letter addressing the Role Requirements, and explaining why you would be a good candidate for the position.
  • A link to a recent online project demonstrating your expertise in developing geospatial and relational database systems.


You will serve as an Archivist at the NAVAL HISTORY AND HERITAGE COMMAND.

  • You will perform archivist duties to include establishing internal and external relationships of record groups, tracing the history of the originating agency of particular functions, and establishing the authenticity or completeness of information.
  • You will conduct research and provide information in response to reference service requests.
  • You will analyze and arrange bodies of records by studying the origin and subject-matter content of the records and by conducting research.
  • You will collect current operational records which are generated over the course of Navy Commands’ day-to-day operations.
  • You will input information into tracking systems for bodies of records which are regularly submitted by Navy Commands.
  • You will translate hard copy records relating to the Navy’s operational history into digital format and make records available online

Research Associate, Madill Archive Project

*Prior work on material allied to vernacular boats or maritime heritage.

The post-holder will catalogue and index the Madill Archive , digitising imagery, documentation recorded interviews and photographs and conducting further interviews with the support of project partners. The postholder will provide support for the major work event elements of the project, organising and coordinating publicity and outreach activities and liaising with relevant institutions and individuals on research and logistical matters. (Fixed Term ending 30th September 2022)

Ulster University holds a Bronze Athena SWAN award in recognition of our commitment to advancing gender equality in higher education, read more on our website University has a range of initiatives to support a family friendly working environment, including flexible working.

We prefer to issue and receive applications via our on-line recruitment website by clicking Apply.

Hard copy applications can be obtained by telephoning 028 7012 4072.

The University is an equal opportunities employer and welcomes applicants from all sections of the community, particularly from those with disabilities.

Appointment will be made on merit.

Marine Scientist

We are looking for folks that are energetic and excited to work with our team both in the office and offshore. The majority of our offshore projects are related to high-resolution geophysical surveys, geotechnical surveys, and ROV investigations. These are used in the areas of marine archaeology, biology, and geology.

Tagged as: archaeology, Biology, field development, geology, O&G, offshore, renewables, wind energy

Re-Posted 21 September, DPAA Posts

Plans and Budget Support Specialist – Defense POW/MIA Accounting Agency

HJF is seeking a Plans and Budget Support Specialist to support the Defense POW/MIA Accounting Agency (DPAA) located at Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam in Honolulu, HI. HJF provides scientific, technical, and programmatic support services to DPAA. U.S. citizenship required. This position is remote during COVID-19 and will require someone who can be on site upon reengagement.

The Plans and Budget Support position will improve DPAA’s ability to develop and monitor annual, program-wide plans and budgets for the Partnerships and Innovations Directorate.  

Mission Support Specialist – Defense POW/MIA Accounting Agency

HJF is seeking a Mission Support Specialist to support the Defense POW/MIA Accounting Agency (DPAA) located at JB Pearl Harbor-Hickam in Honolulu, HI. HJF provides scientific, technical, and programmatic support services to DPAA. This position is currently remote but will be required to work on site upon reengagement. This position can be worked out of either the JB Pearl Harbor-Hickam location in Hawaii or Offut Air Force Base in Nebraska. US Citizenship is required for this position.

Provides professional and scientific assistance pertaining to DPAA’s partner-related activities. The position provides planning and execution mission support for underwater archaeological projects. This position regularly interfaces 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.

Assistant Professor of Marine Affairs with expertise in Marine and Coastal Law

The Department of Marine Affairs at the University of Rhode Island seeks an Assistant Professor of Marine Affairs with expertise in Marine and Coastal Law. This position is 50% Research, 40% Teaching, and 10% Service. Full consideration will be given to applications received by February 1, 2022. Applications received subsequent to this date may not be given full consideration, but the search will remain open until the position has been filled. The anticipated start date is August 2022. 

The Department of Marine Affairs advances research on and provides leadership for the management of complex coastal and marine environments through distinction in teaching, research, and outreach. Through degree programs at the Bachelor’s, Master’s, and Doctoral levels, students develop the analytical, collaborative, communication, and leadership skills necessary to make theoretical and applied contributions to socially just, ecologically sound, and sustainable human‐environment interactions associated with coastal and marine systems. With a diverse set of skills and areas of expertise, department faculty engage in research and practice on a wide range of issues. The department strongly values inclusive engagement with government, business, professional groups, local communities, historically underrepresented groups, resource users and non‐governmental organizations.

In the Marine Affairs programs, policy problems are examined at the local, state, regional, national, and international levels. Subjects studied have included management of living and non-living resources in the exclusive economic zone, environmental protection in the coastal zone, the interplay of marine science and public policy in areas such as ocean pollution and fisheries management, developments in international ocean law, and the role of governments and international organizations in Marine Affairs. To date, students have been attracted to the program from all over the United States and from over 35 other countries.

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  • Establish a competitively funded research program relevant to coastal management and U.S. Coastal and/or Ocean Law. 
  • Teach undergraduate and graduate level courses relevant to the Marine Affairs program, including an undergraduate course on the basic principles of the law governing the management of developed and undeveloped shorelines and coastal waters of the US (MAF 220:lntroduction to Marine and Coastal Law) and a graduate course examining the existing and proposed state and national legislation affecting US coastal regions (MAF 521: Coastal Zone Law). 
  • Coordinate our dual graduate degree program with the Roger Williams University (RWU) School of Law, collaborate with the RWU Marine Affairs Institute and RI Sea Grant, and assist with advising in the URI Pre-Law program. 
  • Publish original research in peer-reviewed academic journals. 
  • Provide advising, training, and research mentorship to undergraduate and graduate students. 
  • Provide service to the department, college, university and the profession. 
  • Perform other duties as required. 


1.       Ph.D. or J.D. at time of appointment (August 2022) in Law, Planning, Political Science, Public Policy, Marine Affairs, Geography, Environmental Policy or other related field.

2.         Demonstrated ability to conduct and apply research about planning and/or legal issues in coastal areas.

3.         Evident potential to develop and instruct undergraduate and graduate courses relevant to coastal and/or ocean law.

4.         Evident potential to develop competitively-funded research program.

5.         A record of empirical research supported by methods such as: experimental, qualitative, observational, social network, statistical, computational social science, spatial analysis, community-based, or other methodologies.

6.         Evidence of research as shown by publications and/or presentations at national and international meetings and conferences.

7.         Demonstrated success in serving the needs of diverse student populations and/or reaching out to diverse communities and publics.

8.         Demonstrated proficiency in written communication skills.

9.         Demonstrated proficiency in oral communication skills.


1.         Ph.D. at time of appointment.

2.         Demonstrated practitioner.

3.         Demonstrated potential to engage in collaborative interdisciplinary scholarship.

4.         Demonstrated experience teaching U.S. law courses that are relevant to the management of US coastal areas.

5.         Demonstrated commitment to advancing issues around diversity, equity, inclusion and social justice.
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Archaeologist with underwater diving certification

I inform, you decide.

We are looking for a degreed archaeologist with experience as a diver. You must be able to dive in different conditions, and with varying visibility. Nitrox certification is a plus, but not required.

Job Types: Part-time, Contract

Pay: $23.00 – $28.00 per hour


  • On call


  • Master’s (Preferred)


  • archaeology/ diving: 2 years (Preferred)


  • PADI certification (Required)

Work Location:

  • Multiple locations

Work Remotely:

  • No

Work Location: Multiple Locations