The St. Eustatius Center for Archaeological Research currently is seeking a qualified individual to serve as Senior Archaeologist and Director for the Foundation. SECAR is a small foundation with limited resources; as a result, the Senior Archaeologist/Director is required to simultaneously fulfill a variety of responsibilities and to undertake a variety of tasks, including, but not limited to, supervision and direction of projects and students, management of projects, maintenance of collections. The directorship also requires the ability to coordinate with government and community agencies and to conduct public outreach to engage with the community. In addition to the appropriate educational and experience qualifications, the successful applicant must demonstrate the ability and willingness to improvise and to multi-task.
The Calvert Marine Museum is requesting PROPOSALS from qualified firms to provide an interpretive plan for the Maritime History Gallery. This project is funded in part by a grant from the Maryland Heritage Area Authority and administered by MHT.
The Calvert Marine Museum seeks to hire a consultant that demonstrates professionalism and has a proven track record of high-quality interpretive exhibition development and planning. Consultants should have a minimum of five years of experience working with cultural resources, museums, and educational institutions with a specific focus on planning, development, and implementation of interpretive programming for museums and cultural institutions. The consultant should have experience with graphic design with a focus on exhibition development.
This position is located in the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), Office of Marine and Aviation Operations (OMAO), Headquarters (HQ), NOAA Diving Center (NDC), with two vacancies in Seattle, WA.
This position is also announced under vacancy number OMAO-HQ-2021-0006, which is open to Status Candidates. You must apply to both announcements if you want to be considered for both.
As a Training Specialist, you will perform the following duties:
- Coordinate, promote, and execute effective training and provide oversight for the National Oceanic and Atmospheric (NOAA) Diving Center (NDC) in order to promote safe diving practices, minimizing the likelihood of diving accidents.
- Support several areas of the NDC program including equipment and facilities maintenance and operations, diving and hyperbaric chamber operational support, supervision and training of divers, and diving unit inspections.
- Develop, schedule, and provide instruction in NOAA diving and dive-related training, including but not limited to, NOAA diver, Divemaster, and Diving Medical Technician and serve as a dive instructor/trainer, dive supervisor, standby diver and tender as required to support NDC course offerings.
These duties are described at the full performance level of the ZA-3; the ZA-2 is developmental leading to such performance.
Grants up to the value of £10,000 are open to postdoctoral scholars (with approval of the applicant’s employing institution) who reside in the UK, or independent scholars (who should choose ‘independent scholar’ as the relevant choice from the list of organisations in Flexi-Grant). Co-applicants may be from anywhere in the world, but the Principal Applicant must be ordinarily resident in the UK.
Join the MARI team (Maritime Cultures Research Institute) at VUB (Vrije Universiteit Brussel) for the ‘TESTEREP’ project (The Evolution of the Flemish Seascape (5000 BP – present). Testerep Reconstructed for Policy making and Public engagement), which aims to better understand the spatio-temporal evolution of Flanders’ coastal landscape over the past 5000 years by studying the former Testerep peninsula.
TESTEREP is a 4-year Strategic Basic Research project, led by the VUB, in close collaboration with the Flanders Marine Institute (VLIZ), KU Leuven – Department of Hydraulics and Geotechnics, and HoWest – Digital Arts & Entertainment (DAE). This consortium brings together archaeologists, marine geoscientists, hydraulic engineers and specialists in computer graphics and VR design. Together they will study the evolution and eventual demise of the Testerep peninsula over the past 5000 years from an archaeological, geological and hydrodynamical viewpoint. By reconstructing past environmental conditions and the strategies people developed to live in this coastal landscape, the project aims to gain detailed insight into the relative impact of natural changes (e.g. sea level rise) versus anthropogenic interventions (e.g. constructing embankments) on the morphological dynamics of the coast. Resulting products will include palaeogeographic maps, state-of- the-art 3D reconstructions and interactive 3D simulations of past coastal landscape change. These will be used to raise public awareness on coastal dynamics and current threats, to stimulate blue tourism, to support heritage management, and to inspire sustainable coastal management strategies for the future. As such, the project will have a large stakeholder engagement and outreach component to it, aimed at both the public at large as well as Flemish and provincial government agencies, coastal communities, tourism agencies, and dredging and consultancy companies.
Within the TESTEREP project, the MARI team at VUB will focus on the onshore part of the research area. As such, the PhD candidate is expected to assist with the collection and inventorying of existing archaeological, historical, topographical, geomorphological and geological datasets, as well as the gathering and interpretation of new data collected through LiDAR and EMI surveys, sediment coring, small-scale excavations, and sampling for pollen, radiocarbon and OSL analyses. This should result in the development of a GIS database of dated natural and manmade landscape features within the Testerep region and the creation of palaeogeographic reconstruction maps as well as palaeo-DTMs of the area at relevant time slices. These will serve as input for the hydrodynamic modelling, 3D visualisations and simulations of the evolution of the coastal landscape, created by the other project partners, with whom a close collaboration will be essential for the success of the project. Besides carrying out scientific research, the PhD candidate is therefore expected to also actively participate in project meetings with consortium members and stakeholders, and to communicate research findings through presentations and publications.
Senior Cultural Resources Specialist–(163445)Description
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HDR is seeking a Senior Cultural Resources Specialist with experience in maritime and terrestrial archaeology in the Northeast Region. This position will be responsible for assisting with consultation and compliance projects to support clients across several business sectors, including power and transportation. The successful candidate must have an excellent understanding of the National Historic Preservation Act (including Section 106 and Section 110), the National Environmental Policy Act, and other federal cultural resources legislation, as well as guidance related to underwater cultural resources studies. The ideal candidate will have 10+ years’ experience serving as a Principal Investigator, meet the Secretary of the Interior’s Professional Qualification Standards for Archaeology, be a Registered Professional Archaeologist, and meet the Bureau of Ocean Energy Management’s criteria for a Qualified Maritime Archaeologist.
• Providing cultural resource compliance support for a wide range of private and public clients;
• Leading the development and growth of HDR’s Cultural Resources Practice in the Northeast and New England;
Providing support for preparation of the cultural resources components of environmental permits, documents, and reports including writing, drafting, editing, and revising;
• Assisting with archaeological (terrestrial and maritime) aspects of environmental impact analyses, feasibility, and due diligence studies;
• Applying knowledge of cultural resource management principles to research, data collection and compilation, and evaluation;
• Providing oversight services to clients and HDR for cultural resources subcontractors;
• Providing expertise on tribal and public outreach;
• Providing strategic planning and guidance to HDR’s clients regarding the implementation of Section 106;
• Developing study plans, management plans, study reports, programmatic agreements, memoranda of agreement;
• Leading consultation with State Historic Preservation Officers, Tribal Historic Preservation Officers, the Advisory Council on Historic Preservation, and other consulting parties;
• Identifying, evaluating, and resolving adverse effects on historic properties; and
• Supporting project managers/directors and business development efforts.
Keyword(s): Senior Cultural Resources Specialist *LI-MP1
• Master’s Degree in Anthropology or Archaeology;
• 10+ years of experience including experience in environmental consulting, business development, and managing budgets and staff;
• Experience as a Principal Investigator including coordinating cultural resources field investigations with federal and state compliance and maritime cultural resource management projects;
• Registered Professional Archaeologist and Secretary of Interior Qualified;
• Demonstrated expertise as a Qualified Maritime Archaeologist;
• Preferred experience includes coordinating projects involving Section 106 and NEPA and numerous consulting parties (ACHP, SHPO, and tribes); historic architectural training; public outreach; and processing subsea geophysical data (e.g., side-scan sonar, magnetometer, sub-bottom profiler);
• Excellent verbal communication, technical writing, and research skills;
• Excellent interpersonal skills with the ability to work independently and as part of a team;
• Ability to travel to support business needs.
Why HDR At HDR, we know work isn’t only about who you work for; it’s also about what you do and how you do it. Led by the strength of our values and a culture shaped by employee ownership, we network with each other, build on each other’s contributions, and collaborate together to make great things possible. When you join HDR, we give you license to do the same. We help you take charge of your career, giving you multiple growth opportunities along the way. Primary Location: United States-Rhode Island Other Locations: United States-Maine-Portland Industry: Power Schedule: Full-time Employee Status: Regular Business Class: Cultural Resources Posting Date: Sep 17, 2021
PhD student in Maritime Archaeology
at the Department of Archaeology and Classical Studies. Closing date: 15 October 2021.
The Department of Archaeology and Classical Studies is the largest archaeological research environment in Sweden and is appointed as one of Stockholm University’s leading research areas. The Department consists of seven units: Archaeology, Archaeological Research Laboratory, Osteoarchaeological Research Laboratory, Stockholm Numismatic Institute, Classical Archaeology and Ancient History, Centre for the Study of Cultural Evolution, and Centre for Palaeogenetics.
The announced position is based in the unit of Archaeology whose profile is archaeology based on interpretative research traditions in the wider humanities. The unit carries out research within the whole chronological field of archaeology, from the Stone Age to the present, with the Nordic area as its main geographical focus.
The position is partly financed by the Centre for Maritime Studies (CEMAS), a collaboration between Stockholm University and the National Maritime and Transport Museums. The PhD student will therefore be a part of both the archaeological research environment and the interdisciplinary maritime research environment at Stockholm University. The research shall deal with maritime archaeology; that is, the study of material traces from human relationships with sea and water in a broad sense.
In order to meet the general entry requirements, the applicant must have completed a second-cycle degree, completed courses equivalent to at least 240 higher education credits, of which 60 credits must be in the second cycle, or have otherwise acquired equivalent knowledge in Sweden or elsewhere.
In order to meet the specific entry requirements, the applicant must have completed at least 30 credits in the advanced level of archaeology, including a written paper of at least 15 credits, or have otherwise acquired equivalent knowledge in Sweden or elsewhere.
The specific entry requirements also include that the applicant must have a fluent knowledge of Swedish, Danish, Norwegian or English.
The qualification requirements must be met by the deadline for applications.
The Conservator will assist with the conservation of objects and collections managed by the WLCC as well as the H.L. Hunley submarine (1864) and its associated artifacts. The conservator will work closely with the conservation, archaeological, historic preservation, and scientific teams towards the conservation and maintenance of materials and collections under the WLCC care.
40% – Essential – Conduct established conservation procedures including examination and treatment of artifacts of a variety of materials and contexts.
25% – Essential – Collaborate with other staff on large scale artifact documentation, treatment, storage and display development activities. Participate in grant applications and funding opportunities.
15% – Essential – Organize, produce and maintain reports of treatments, updates on project status, and dissemination of conservation work. Maintain laboratory upkeep and assist in the ordering of supplies, equipment and maintenance and inventory of materials.
10% – Essential – Identify conservation problems, implement solutions under established conservation guidelines, and make recommendations for resolving difficult or unusual problems in conservation of artifacts.
10% – Essential – Participate in outreach events and the development of teaching opportunities. Conduct tours and give lectures as assigned.
Education – Master’s Degree in the Cultural heritage field. A Master’s degree in Conservation is preferred.
Experience – 3 years specialized experience in materials conservation. Applicants must have a broad knowledge of conservation and stabilization techniques of objects conservation and the skills to apply this knowledge to complex materials of all sizes. This position requires general knowledge of organic and inorganic chemistry, a good understanding of materials science, and experience in the use of standard and more complex laboratory equipment.
HJF is seeking a Program Manager to support the Defense POW/MIA Accounting Agency (DPAA) Labs located at the Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam in Honolulu, Hawaii. The candidate oversees development and execution of teams working on technical projects supporting the Defense POW/MIA Accounting Agency (DPAA). Supervises teams and projects and investigates the feasibility of applying a wide variety of technical principles and concepts to best identify and coordinate resources in order to address the complex problems of the DPAA. Liaison with HJF functional areas to execute resource plans and DPAA government leads for planning and performance.
The Defense POW/MIA Accounting Agency (DPAA) is an agency within the United States Department of Defense whose mission is to recover United States military personnel who are listed as prisoners of war (POW), or missing in action (MIA) from designated past conflicts, from countries around the world. It was formed on January 30, 2015, as the result of a merger of the Joint POW/MIA Accounting Command, the Defense Prisoner of War/Missing Personnel Office, and parts of the United States Air Force’s Life Sciences Lab. Scientific laboratories are maintained at Offutt Air Force Base, Nebraska, and Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam, Hawaii. Currently, DPAA is in a cooperative agreement with The Henry M. Jackson Foundation for the Advancement of Military Medicine, Inc, which provides operational support during worldwide recovery operations.
Position is contingent upon award. Please refer to the end of the posting for additional information.
- The Program Manager will be responsible for formulating and enforcing performance standards, assigning contractor schedules, reviewing performance quality, reporting, communicating policies, purposes, and goals to the contractor team.
- The Program Manager will manage the Quality Assurance program of the laboratories and is responsible for ensuring all lab resources adhere to infection control procedures including use of personal protective equipment and disposal of bio-hazardous waste and ensure a safe work environment.
- Provides advice on manpower utilization, workflow, and operational procedures to increase efficiency, productivity, and make overall improvements. Analyzes costs and pricing data submitted by the contract centers to verify and substantiate direct and indirect costs.
- Provides site senior level administrative, logistical, budget and resource management. Establishes and maintains an effective management reporting system to ensure that program and site goals are being met. Ensures scientific and management practices and assurances are functioning properly and that periodic and special reports are provided to the appropriate U.S. Government or HJF personnel.
- Implements and ensures compliance with HJF, DPAA, and Department of Defense policies and procedures for site operations and management. Works with HJF Human Resources to establish program for advertising and recruitment and continuing professional education.
- Participates in the development and execution of DPAA program management plans, practices, and assurances as they pertain to the research site. Performs management studies and evaluations including but not limited to operational reviews and analyses; policy reviews and analyses; special project/program planning, design, and implementation.
- The Program Manager shall serve as the single point-of-contact for addressing contract issues, quality issues, and overall Contractor performance. This may include coordination with the Contracting Officer Representative to resolve any issues that may arise relating to the contract.
- Prepares requests for contract actions and proposals. Assures full compliance with all contract requirements, schedules, and provisions. Coordinates and approves the initiation and processing of purchase orders, supply sources, work orders and maintenance.
- May perform other duties and responsibilities as assigned or directed by the supervisor. This may include attendance of and participation in required training for role.
Required Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities: Knowledge of DPAA, former JPAC, excellent communication skills; ability to troubleshoot technical procedures; ability to work independently and supervise others. Multilingual a plus. Extensive experience utilizing managerial and leadership skills. Proven experience utilizing analytic abilities. Experience utilizing accounting and budget development skills and expertise. Excellent communication (verbal and written). Working knowledge of computer software technology required for performance of duties, i.e. MS Office suite and MS Project, and other financial tools. Knowledge of organizational objectives, the federal budget process, office automation; ability to work completely independently, use sound judgement in solving problems, and coordinate many complex systems and programs simultaneously. Knowledge of project management principles, and good communications, customer/client relationship skills and people management experience.
Minimum Education: Bachelor’s degree required, Masters preferred.
Minimum Experience/ Training Requirements:
- Level I: Minimum 3-5 years of relevant work experience required.
- Level II: Minimum 6-8 years of relevant work experience required.
- Level III: Minimum 9-10 years of relevant work experience required.
- Level IV: More than 10 years of relevant work experience required.
Physical Capabilities: Ability to read and interpret information presented in various forms of media, ability to communicate verbally (including telephonically); ability to write and prepare documents in a variety of forms, ability to move within the work site and to other work sites as required.
Supervisory Responsibilities/Controls: The incumbent may supervise logistical and administrative support personnel. Direct authority with the collaboration with HJF HR to make decisions on the following: employee hiring, disciplinary action, starting salaries and merit increases; conduct employee performance evaluations and directs work activities.
Work Environment: Work location is primarily in an office setting; however, travel to locations with austere conditions may be required.
Background/Security: Eligibility to obtain and maintain a Tier I investigation/Public Trust. May need to receive/maintain a Tier 3 Security Clearance.
Position is contingent upon award.
For this opportunity: HJF’s human resources staff will communicate with you only from an HJF.org email address or via our applicant tracking system. HJF representatives will not request payment for any HJF employment application related activity. If you wish to confirm the validity of any communication you may have received, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Employment with HJF is contingent upon successful completion of a background check, which may include, but is not limited to, contacting your professional references, verification of previous employment, addresses, education, and credentials, a criminal background check, drug screening, and a department of motor vehicle (DMV) check.
The University of Nebraska, Lincoln (UNL) seeks a historian to serve as its Defense POW/MIA Accounting Agency (DPAA) Research Partner Fellow. The position is funded for two years and requires residency at the University of Nebraska, Lincoln.
The DPAA Research Partner Fellow at UNL will leverage the University’s assets to serve the Agency by conducting historical research and analysis related to U.S. personnel losses in the twentieth century. Under supervision and guidance from Agency staff, the UNL Fellow’s primary work responsibilities will include conducting oral history interviews for an internal archive, in addition to overseeing a large-scale digital humanities project and other research projects as assigned by DPAA.
The Fellow is expected to maintain a presence on campus. While teaching is not required, the Fellow will be permitted to teach one course per calendar year and will be encouraged to manage an internship program, mentor students, and encourage student learning through engagement with their DPAA projects. UNL seeks a person who, in concert with DPAA, actively engages with the UNL community and other local communities to raise awareness about issues related to the identification of unaccounted-for remains of American service personnel from World War II, Korea, Vietnam, and the Middle Eastern wars.
Strong writing, data collection, and analysis skills, along with an ability to collaborate with others, are required for this position. Experience conducting oral histories and with digital history is preferred. This position requires a time commitment of 40 hours per week on DPAA related work and outreach activities.
As an EO/AA employer, qualified applicants are considered for employment without regard to race, color, ethnicity, national origin, sex, pregnancy, sexual orientation, gender identity, religion, disability, age, genetic information, veteran status, marital status, and/or political affiliation. See http://www.unl.edu/equity/notice-nondiscrimination.
Construction of a marine laboratory consisting of a surface vehicle with remote and / or autonomous control (USWATH), equipped with a wire-guided (ROV) or autonomous (AUV) submarine vehicle for monitoring submerged cultural heritage.
Closing date: 23 September 2021
- A bachelor’s degree in archaeology, anthropology, or a closely related field:
- One (1) year of experience working in an archaeology related field.
- Experience with underwater archaeological methods.
- Diver certification.
Responses to qualifying questions must be clearly supported in your employment history.
Hourly rate of $16.00/40 hours per week.
Duties and Responsibilities:
The Archaeological Field Assistant will assist in the cultural resource reconnaissance surveys conducted on Board of Trustees lands, including background research, preparing for field surveys by assembling the necessary equipment and documentation and cleaning and returning equipment to its proper location and assistance in report writing; assist the Mission San Luis archaeologist in sorting, cataloging, etc.;
Manage the inventory of all equipment and supplies for Public Lands Archaeology; assist in collecting data for damage assessments; manage the database for looting cases and track cases as they move through the legal system;
Performs other related duties as required.
- At least five (5) months of part-time paid or volunteer work experience in a conservation lab, museum, repository, archive, or similar institution.
- Knowledge of techniques required to conserve artifacts recovered from terrestrial and underwater contexts.
- Experience conserving objects, including applying techniques to conserve historic metal objects.
- Knowledge of laboratory safety protocols and monitoring.
- Experience engaging with the public, including in a museum or collections setting.
- Experience conducting outdoor conservation projects.
- Knowledge of Florida’s history and prehistory.
Responses to qualifying questions must be clearly supported in your employment history.
Duties and Responsibilities:
- Assists state conservators with treating objects in the state’s archaeological collections both in the conservation laboratory and in the field.
- Conducts independent conservation projects and routinely enters treatment updates into the Axiell Collections database.
- Participates in public outreach events promoting the state’s archaeological collections and the conservation program.
- Monitors the transfer of objects between the conservation laboratory and the collections facility; ensures that artifacts are correctly located in the Axiell Collections database.
- Other duties as assigned.
If you are excited by the prospect of working with industry leading subsea technology in a challenging environment, then this could be the ideal opportunity for you! The Autonomous Underwater Vehicle (AUV) Team are looking for Surveyor Analysts to join them as part of the wider Salvage and Marine Operations (SALMO) department.
Our SALMO team is the lead across the MoD for the provision of marine salvage and emergency response. Our specialists including Master Mariners, Marine Engineers, Naval Architects, Environmental Scientists, ROV Pilots and Divers provide a centre of expertise for subsea activities and marine operations. Our operations are varied and include: salvage assistance to damaged surface vessels, location of aircraft on the sea-bottom, survey of WWII wrecks, towage of warships and submarines, emergency response preparedness exercises and underwater engineering support to resolve defects on Navy platforms at home and overseas.
We will provide you with the necessary training and help you on your journey to becoming an experienced analyst.
Due to the nature of security, these roles are reserved for sole UK Nationals only. Additionally, the successful applicant will be required to undertake DV clearance once in the post.
The future location of this role is under review and may require regular/additional travel or relocation to another South West location subject to business approvals and consultation with impacted staff and DE&S Trade Unions. Timescales are yet to be confirmed but anticipated to be no earlier than 2024.
The Edward S. Miller Research Fellowship in Naval History. The Naval War College Foundation intends to award one grant of up to $4,000 or two grants of up to $2,000 each to the researcher(s) with the greatest need who can make optimum use of the naval history research materials located in the Naval War College’s Naval Historical Collection, Naval War College Museum, and Henry E. Eccles Library.
The Naval War College’s John B. Hattendorf Center for Maritime Historical Research will provide administrative support during the research visit. The Library’s collection can be found at https://www.usnwc.edu/Learning-commons. The Museum can be contacted via email at email@example.com. Further information on the manuscript and archival collections and finding aids from the Naval Historical Collection are available on request by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or on the Naval Historical Collection website at https://usnwcarchives.org. Please note much of the Naval Historical Collection is being moved into storage during the renovation of Mahan Hall.
Submit a curriculum vitae and a cover letter that details the financial need and describes the research plan for optimal use of Naval War College materials. Applications are due by 1 October 2021 and should consist of a single PDF, emailed to email@example.com.
Employees of the U.S. Naval War College or any agency of the U.S. Department of Defense are not eligible for consideration; EEO/AA regulations apply.Contact Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
AECOM is actively seeking a highly talented Senior Marine Geoarchaeologist or Geologist on an as-needed basis to assist with offshore marine paleoenvironmental and paleolandform reconstruction. The successful hire will be based in Glen Allen, VA with the possibility of being remote on the east coast as well. They will provide support to cultural resource projects throughout the United States and potentially international work, as available. They will have extensive knowledge of field data collection techniques, how to implement marine archaeological monitoring, inventory, evaluation, and data recovery efforts, how to analyze marine remote sensing data and maritime archaeological data, and how prepare compliance reports.
Responsibilities include but aren’t limited to the following:
- Position requires extensive progressive experience.
- Plans, schedules, and organizes all phases of a major project work activities related to scientific needs, ensures proper manpower budgets and controls and monitors expenditures and progress on projects.
- Develops technical solutions to complex problems which require regular use of scientific principles and application of past experience.
- Leads specific tasks and objectives by guiding the completion of major programs (may hold a project leadership role).
- Applies extensive technical expertise to perform and publish research without appreciable direction.
- Primary author or lead reviewer on major project documents.
Closes 31 October 2021.
Applications are now open and will close on October 31, 2021.
Two scholarships (graduate: $2,000; undergraduate: $750) for courses of study leading to a career in the field of underwater archaeology. For women only.
You will serve as a Historian of NAVAL HISTORY AND HERITAGE COMMAND.
The Education & Programs Manager role is to continuously work in advancing the exhibitions, education and programs and establishing deep connections between the Museum, its non-profit Mission, and the Community. In addition, the EPM works to secure a sustainable future that includes increasing revenue,
strengthening reserves, and creating long-term sustainability. Supports the strategy, goals and plans of the Organization and Interpretive Division (ID).
This position works with the Director of Interpretation and other departments to design, create, and implement programs and exhibits for the benefit of the whole organization.
The Museum’s mission is to preserve, present, and keep alive the stories of the Nation’s oldest Port, as symbolized by our working St. Augustine Lighthouse.
We partner with a Maritime Archaeological Research program to study shipwrecks and submerged cultural resources. Programs focus on Regional and worldwide maritime history, military history, historic preservation, aids-to navigation, boatbuilding, artifact conservation, and our connections to many others through the sea.
The Senior Maritime Heritage Officer is responsible for contributing to the development and implementation of Maritime Heritage projects, programs and policies to support the identification, protection, management, conservation and interpretation of South Australia’s maritime and underwater cultural heritage. The role also contributes to the effective management of maritime and terrestrial archaeological investigations in SA, and manages Heritage SA’s archaeological store and associated facilities.
The role provides leadership and specialist advice to support the effective administration of the Historic Shipwrecks Act 1981 (SA) and the Australian Government Underwater Cultural Heritage Act 2018.
Contract: This is a full time, ongoing position.
- An undergraduate or post-graduate qualification in Maritime Archaeology, Cultural Heritage Management and/or Conservation is essential.
- Recognised diving qualifications and extensive diving experience is essential.
- A current diving medical certification is essential, or the ability to obtain it.
- A current commercial diving certification A or ‘Dive Master’ qualification is desirable.
- A Coxswain’s licence is essential (or be prepared to obtain).
- May be required to participate in fire management and associated duties.
- Current C class driver’s licence.
- Undertake diving activities as per departmental procedures and have a current AS2299.1 dive medical.
- Undertake intra or interstate travel when required.
- Some out of hours work may be required.
- First Aid certificate is required.
- This role has been designated as a Position of Trust pursuant to the standards required in the Australian Government Protective Security Policy Framework. By applying for this role you consent to being screened under the process of obtaining a National Police Clearance (NPC), and to the Department requiring you to obtain a National Police Clearance (NPC).
Remuneration: PO2 $83,152 min – $92,020 max p.a.
For all confidential enquiries, please reach out to:
Anna Pope, Program Manager, Heritage and Maritime
Phone: 0457 502 468
Applicants are to submit an employment declaration, CV and letter of application (max 3 pages) addressing the Technical, Professional/Knowledge and Experience (including Qualifications) as outlined in the Role Description.
All applications must be submitted online through I Work For SA.
Applications close: 12/09/2021 11:45 PM
The South Australian public sector promotes diversity and flexible ways of working including part-time. Applicants are encouraged to discuss the flexible working arrangements for this role.