This position in Maritime Archaeology is a joint appointment between the Queensland Museum (QM) (80%) and the Archaeology Program at James Cook University (JCU) (20%). We seek to appoint a highly motivated and productive curator/researcher with a demonstrated track record of research output, international collaboration, external grant funding, collection-based research, and student supervision at undergraduate and postgraduate levels. The successful candidate will collaborate with curatorial and academic staff at the QM and JCU to conduct original research. He/she will engage with the public and the wider research community to initiate research on the collections held by the museum and curate these collections to an international standard. The candidate will contribute to the development of innovative public programs and exhibitions in accordance with the strategic priorities.