Program Manager II or III – Defense POW/MIA Accounting Agency

https://recruiting.ultipro.com/HEN1006HMJ/JobBoard/3a6861f3-0883-4466-8b7d-35e87635b33d/OpportunityDetail?opportunityId=54c0c525-5d18-4665-bcb4-3a18e0fdf7cc

HJF is seeking a Program Manager II or III to support the Defense POW/MIA Accounting Agency located in Bethesda, MD. HJF provides scientific, technical, and programmatic support services to the Defense POW/MIA Accounting Agency.

The incumbent will support the Defense POW/MIA Accounting Agency (DPAA) Partnerships and Innovation team.  This position will be located in the National Capital Region and may require domestic and international travel.  Responsible for providing administrative project oversight in order to maximize the effective use of resources and tools. Specific areas include: budget development, monitoring and reporting, accounting workflows, overall management of process flow as they relate to subawards, contracts, and purchasing.  Works on abstract problems and identifies and evaluates process inputs and outputs to ensure logical workflows are being used to resolve issues. Candidate must be flexible to work with partners in multiple organizations across different time zones.

NOTE:  As a U.S. Government contractor, all HJF employees are required to be fully vaccinated against COVID-19 by December 8, 2021. Proof of vaccination or an approved religious or medical accommodation will be required.

Responsibilities: 

  1. Oversees award establishment and modifications, including the preparation of budgets and other award documents for the following: budget documentation, award monitoring and reporting, and closure. Monitors cooperative agreement activity for compliance with regulations and adherence to timelines. Ensures compliance with terms and conditions of the award. Maintains archive of documents required to support inquiries by auditors and sponsor. (25%)
  2. Interacts with project stakeholders by facilitating information flow as a liaison between operation teams, mission partner leads, partner administrators and HJF operations in the administration of subawards and contracts and other procurement actions.  Manages communications within as they relate to the successful execution of projects in regards to cost, scope and time. Organizes meetings and develops appropriate agendas, minutes. Ensures the appropriate communication for action items and follows up with responsible parties. (25%)
  3. Develops and maintains standard operating procedures, disseminates policies and obtains feedback for continual process improvement. (10%)
  4. Tracks all financial aspects of the awards related to the customer. Prepare and submit short-fuse taskers and data calls regarding project milestones and/or financial status. (25%)
  5. Demonstrates independence and initiative in implementing procedures for project management and financial oversight of award funds. (10%)
  6. Provide financial administration and oversight of project budgets: monitor expenditures, forecast available balances, reconcile charges, clear encumbrances, and educate customer regarding allowable costs under federal guidelines. (10%)
  7. May perform other duties and responsibilities as assigned or directed by the supervisor. (5%)

Required Knowledge, Skills and Abilities: The ideal candidate will be highly motivated and proactive, with the ability to manage multiple complex projects simultaneously. They will use sound judgment in anticipating programmatic/project needs, solving problems, and proposing solutions/process improvements.  The ideal candidate has excellent financial management, communication and interpersonal skills and data management skills. They have knowledge of Federal funding awards management, budget management, project management principles, customer/client relationship skills, and people management experience, as well as an ability to work completely independently and cooperatively as part of a fast paced, highly skilled multiple team environment. Expertise using Excel and other programs to build budgets and databases is also required.

Minimum Education: Bachelor’s degree is required. Master’s degree is preferred.

Minimum Experience/ Training Requirements: 

  • Level II: Minimum of 6-8 years of relevant work experience required.
  • Level III: Minimum of 9-10 years of relevant work experience required.

Required Licenses, Certification or Registration: PMP preferred.

Physical Capabilities: Prolonged sitting and working at a computer.

Supervisory Responsibilities: Assist with hiring actions and budgeting.

Work Arrangement: 100% remote, however, this position will require someone who can be on site at the Rockledge, Bethesda location for meetings, trainings, or as required. This position will support the client domestically to include Hawaii as well as International locations.

Background/Security: Eligibility to obtain and maintain a Tier I investigation/Public Trust and a Common Access Card (CAC).

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.   

Any qualifications to be considered as equivalents, in lieu of stated minimums, require the prior approval of the Chief Human Resources Officer. 

DPAA Postdoctoral Researcher

https://careers.udel.edu/en-us/job/496665/postdoctoral-researcher

The University of Delaware (UD) School of Marine Science and Policy invites applications specializing in remotely sensed underwater spatial data analysis for a Defense POW/MIA Accounting Agency (DPAA) Research Partner Fellowship. The Fellow will conduct research projects that assist the DPAA mission to provide the fullest possible accounting for the nation’s missing personnel from past conflicts.

The DPAA will provide project oversight, policies, procedures, and templates for all research projects. The priorities of these projects will be determined by the DPAA. Regular updates will be provided back to the DPAA, with occasional updates to other relevant parties.

The Fellow’s projects will include, but not be limited to, post-mission data processing and large-scale GIS projects. This will involve analyzing archival and previously collected field data (side scan sonar, multibeam, camera, magnetometer, and other sources) from Unmanned Underwater Vehicles (UUVs), as well as towed and vessel-mounted instruments, using processing software and other GIS applications to identify possible MIA-associated aircraft wreckage and other targets.

Major Responsibilities:

The Fellow will identify, analyze and process information on MIA-associated sites via multiple sources (examples follow).
• Leads and data sources identified by DPAA and assigned to the Postdoc for further development.
• Leads and data sources cultivated by the Fellow through personal, professional, and institutional networks of historians, curators, genealogists, veterans organizations, and surviving family members. These efforts will be facilitated by other researchers at UD and partner organizations.
• Leads and data sources identified by other researchers contributing to the larger project.
• Internal data sources previously collected by UD.

The Fellow will catalog and store all data and other material collected, or produced, by the partnership on an institution-owed computer, backed up with a secure cloud-based account, or hard drive. The Fellow will follow DPAA guidance on naming conventions, database fields, and best practices in order to ensure that research procedures and protocols conform to those used by the DPAA, and the Department of Defense (DOD) generally.

The Fellow will report directly to the DPAA under the supervision of Dr. Mark Moline, who will serve as the project liaison to both the University and DPAA. The Fellow will not have any mandatory teaching or grading responsibilities but will be encouraged to teach one course per year related to job responsibilities. The Fellow will engage with external entities and outreach activities as approved by the DPAA.

Qualifications:

Candidates must have a Ph.D. in underwater archelogy, geography, history, oceanography, or a closely related field, with demonstrated strengths in analysis of sonar data, geographic information systems, and/or database management.

Experience with ArcGIS required. Experience with Sonarwiz, Hypack, and ArcGIS Python scripting preferred.

Additional Information:
The position will be located at the Hugh R. Sharp Campus of the University of Delaware in Lewes, Delaware. The initial appointment will be for one year, with continuation pending performance and funding for up to a total of four years. Please contact Dr. Mark Moline (mmoline@udel.edu) for additional information.

Notice of Non-Discrimination, Equal Opportunity and Affirmative Action
The University of Delaware does not discriminate against any person on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, genetic information, marital status, disability, religion, age, veteran status or any other characteristic protected by applicable law in its employment, educational programs and activities, admissions policies, and scholarship and loan programs as required by Title IX of the Educational Amendments of 1972, the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990, Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, and other applicable statutes and University policies. The University of Delaware also prohibits unlawful harassment including sexual harassment and sexual violence.

Applications close: Open until filled

Multidisciplinary investigation of maritime archaeological heritage as an indicator of the responses of ancient communities on the Emilia-Romagna coast to environmental changes

https://euraxess.ec.europa.eu/jobs/701065

The project will focus on the archaeological multidisciplinary study of significant cases in which submerged and non-submerged evidence relates to changes in the littoral environment due to climatic variations and human intervention, highlighted by geomorphological and palaeo-environmental investigations, as historical examples of strategies to manage changes and the exploitation of resources. The study of means and techniques of ancient navigation on the Emilia-Romagna coast between maritime archaeology, history, anthropology, as an example of sustainable approach in the relationship with the environment. Production of materials for the development of sustainable tourism, focusing on themes of maritime archaeology, history and nautical, industrial, environmental and migration anthropology, and on the socio-cultural and environmental relations of the sea with the productive reality 

Marine Geoscientists

APTIM seeks to hire a fulltime experienced marine geoscientist in our Tampa, FL office. The position will involve collecting, processing, analyzing and interpreting a variety of high-resolution geophysical data including sidescan sonar, multibeam sonar, shallow-penetration chirp seismic reflection, medium-penetration multi-channel seismic reflection, and magnetometer. Additionally, responsibilities will include the collection and processing of marine vibracores. The employee will use these data to prepare engineering, geological and geohazard maps, technical and scientific reports and presentations for regulatory, facilities siting, foundation-design and a variety of other engineering applications in a team setting. The candidate must be willing to travel and be able to adapt to challenging offshore environments.

Junior Marine Geoscientist

APTIM seeks to hire a qualified marine geoscientist. The position will involve collecting, processing, analyzing, and interpreting a variety of high-resolution geophysical data including sidescan sonar, multibeam sonar, shallow-penetration chirp sub-bottom, medium-penetration multi-channel seismic reflection, and magnetometer. Additionally, responsibilities will include the collection and processing of marine vibracores. The employee will assist senior staff with field data acquisition as well as help produce data to prepare engineering, geological and geohazard maps, technical and scientific reports, and presentations for regulatory, facilities siting, foundation-design and a variety of other engineering applications in a team setting. The candidate must be willing to travel and be able to adapt to challenging offshore environments.

Curator, Cape Cod Maritime Museum

CURATOR

Cape Cod Maritime Museum

Hyannis, MAThe Cape Cod Maritime Museum seeks a part-time Curator that will transition to full-time in September of 2022. The Curator’s primary responsibilities are to spearhead the museum’s transition into the digital curatorial realm and manage all aspects of curatorial and exhibit operations of the museum. We are looking for a Curator who will be able to demonstrate attention to contemporary topics as well as shifting cultural changes and needs through exhibit design and implementation. Reporting to the museum’s Executive Director, the Curator will manage and maintain the museum’s artifact collection; research, plan, interpret and make the collection and its intellectual content available to visitors, including curating and installing exhibits both physically and virtually; digitize and manage the museum’s collections database (PastPerfect); design, maintain, and manage content for digital consumption; conceptualize, design, implement programs that are creative, interdisciplinary, and collaborative. An ideal Curator will also be able to cultivate relationships within the community and the wider maritime field.

For a full job description and for information on how to apply, please see our website: https://www.capecodmaritimemuseum.org/employmentEMPLOYMENT TYPE:Part timeSALARY RANGE:$26 per hourPosted on: 10/20/2021

Re-Advertised: Marine Archaeologist

https://aecom.jobs/arlington-va/marine-project-archaeologist/F00E630BC1374F0AA4D083EA418CE02E/job/

AECOM is actively seeking a highly talented Marine Project Archaeologist / Field Director. The Marine Project Archaeologist will provide support to cultural resource projects throughout the Mid-Atlantic, greater US, and potentially international work, as available. The Archaeologist will have knowledge of field excavation techniques, implement archaeological inventory, evaluation, and data recovery efforts, analyze prehistoric and historic artifacts, and prepare compliance reports.

This position is expected to begin in November, 2021.

Responsibilities include, but are not limited to:

  • Assist in the scoping of marine archaeological projects and utilize GIS, site records, and other data sources to identify locations where maritime sites can occur.
  • Keep records and maintain the relevant State Historic Preservation Officer (SHPO) documentation pertaining to cultural resources.
  • Provides regulatory compliance support for Federal, state, municipal, and commercial clients.
  • Serves as a Field Director and has experience in directing field crews under the guidance of the Principal Investigator including scheduling work and making individual or team work assignments and leading the instruction of others in the use of equipment, technology, and field methods.
  • Supports all phases of archaeological investigation and regulatory compliance.
  • Collects information and makes judgments through observation, interviews, and the review of documents.
  • Writes archaeological reports and/or prepares archaeological site forms and assists the Principal Investigator with making decisions about project alternatives, NRHP evaluations, and effects on historic properties.
  • Works with technical field, lab and office staff, managers and administrative staff to ensure that projects meet AECOM quality standards
  • Performs manual labor and has ability to perform bending, kneeling, standing, and lifting and carrying objects weighing 50 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.

Minimum Requirements

  • Bachelor’s degree and two (2) years of related experience

Preferred Qualifications

  • Meets the Secretary of the Interior Professional Qualification Standards for Archeology.
  • Master’s degree in Anthropology or related field.
  • Completion of a university-based archaeological field school.
  • Minimum two (2) years of supervisory experience (e.g., Crew Chief).
  • Knowledgeable of geophysical survey methodologies such as sub-bottom-profiler (SBP) systems, ultra-high resolution seismic (UHRS) systems, Side scan sonar data collection, and Marine magnetometer data collection.
  • Demonstrated use of Hypack software and associated data analysis modules.
  • Demonstrated use of Sonar Wiz software and associated data analysis modules.
  • Demonstrated use of QINSy software and associated data analysis modules.
  • AAUS Scientific Diver or similar.
  • Demonstrated experience using GPS units, Total Stations, GIS (e.g., ESRI products), and graphical illustration software (e.g., Adobe).
  • Demonstrated experience writing technical reports and papers.
  • Meets the Secretary of the Interior Professional Qualification Standards for History.
  • Experience with Statistical Analysis (ex., SAS or SPSS).
  • Competent with the interpretation of sub-bottom and shallow seismic data interpretation for identification of potential inundated prehistoric geomorphic features
  • Demonstrated use of with SeiSee Seismic analysis software.
  • Familiarity with BOEM report requirements
  • Experience conducting terrestrial archaeological investigations as a Crew Chief.

Additional Information:

  • Visa sponsorship is not available for this role.
  • Relocation assistance is not available for this role.

Archaeological Conservator, based at the Queen Anne’s Revenge Conservation Lab in Greenville, NC

The QAR Conservator position at the QAR Lab, within the Underwater Archaeology Branch (UAB)  in DNCR’s Office of State Archaeology (OSA) is critical to meet the goals of DNCR’s Queen Anne’s Revenge Project (QAR). Duties of this position include conservation, documentation, analysis and research of artifacts, and preparation of the archive (artifacts and records) prior to transfer or loan to the long-term repository NC Maritime Museum. UAB bears primary responsibility for protection and interpretation of thousands of historic shipwrecks and other underwater archaeological sites in our state, including the famous Queen Anne’s Revenge near Beaufort, NC. The position is critical for progressing active treatment of artifacts. The QAR Conservator will be an archaeological conservation professional and will have education and experience in the conservation of archaeological materials from a marine environment from recovery to conservation of collections once transferred to a museum. The employee will work cooperatively with the UAB QAR Project team and with other DNCR staff, partners, and volunteers. The QAR Conservator will undertake all aspects of documentation (including photography and illustration), examination, conservation, analysis, and study of archaeological artifacts recovered from a marine underwater environment, from recovery in the field to conservation as needed after transfer to the museum.  

https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/northcarolina/jobs/3260395/qar-conservator

Maritime Senior Project Manager

https://apply.workable.com/search/j/2774040FA7/

A career with SEARCH2O includes a wide variety of compliance, research, exploration, and storytelling project opportunities. Our maritime experience includes 10 offshore wind farms; 3 BOEM outer continental shelf studies for Atlantic and Pacific Oceans, and the Gulf of Mexico; three Navy TAP East (Atlantic) and four Navy TAP West (Pacific) offshore range contracts; the Gulf Oil Spill submerged cultural resource response; Super Storm Sandy response; USS Nevada WW2 battleship discovery; Pearl Harbor survey; Battle of Midway digital mapping; Saipan Invasion Beaches survey; DPAA search and recoveries of submerged aircraft crash sites (Palau, Papua New Guinea, New Caledonia, and The Netherlands); the last American slave ship Clotilda project; submerged precontact and paleoshoreline reconstruction projects; geotechnical investigations; shipwreck excavations; Ocean Exploration Trust and Ocean collaborations; National Geographic grant research; Drain the Oceans televised series and other documentary research, fieldwork, and storytelling; and hundreds of transportation, ports and harbors, civil works, shoreline protection, energy, defense, and commercial projects.

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

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

SEARCH offers a competitive total compensation package with strong health and wellness and retirement plans.

The chosen candidate will be required to successfully complete a pre-employment drug test and a criminal background check, including DMV. Candidates must be able to obtain government security clearances and need to be eligible to be employed in the United States.

For more information on SEARCH, please visit www.searchinc.com and follow us on Facebook or Instagram.

FY22 Dr. Nancy Foster Scholarship Program

https://www.grants.gov/web/grants/view-opportunity.html?oppId=336194

The Dr. Nancy Foster Scholarship Program provides support for master’s and doctoral degrees in oceanography, marine biology, maritime archaeology—these may include but are not limited to ocean and/or coastal: engineering, social science, marine education, marine stewardship, cultural anthropology, and resource management disciplines—and particularly encourages women and members of minority groups to apply.

Individuals who are U.S. citizens or permanent residents, or citizens of U.S. territories, and are applying to or have been accepted to a graduate program at a U.S. accredited institution, may apply. Prospective scholars do not need to be enrolled in a graduate program at the time of application, but must be admitted to a graduate level program in order to be awarded this scholarship. Scholarship selections are based on academic excellence, letters of recommendations, research proposals, relevant experience, and financial need. Applicants must have a cumulative 3.30 grade point average (GPA) to be eligible to apply and maintain a minimum cumulative and term GPA of 3.30 for every term and for the duration of their award.

Dr. Nancy Foster Scholarships may provide, subject to appropriations, yearly support of approximately $42,000 per student (a 12-month stipend of $30,000 in addition to an education allowance of $12,000) and up to $10,000 of support for a 4-6 week program collaboration at a NOAA facility. Applicants can only obtain funding for the number of years they have remaining in their graduate studies when they apply for the Dr. Nancy Foster Scholarship Program. For example, if you have already completed two (2) years of your PhD studies, and you become a Dr. Nancy Foster Scholarship recipient and indicate it will take you two additional years to complete your degree, you will only be able to obtain funds for the remaining two (2) years of your graduate studies. Note that scholars may request a one-time no cost extension for up to one (1) year that must be requested at least 60 days before the end of the award and will need to provide a justification and a current budget.

Marine Project Archaeologist

AECOM is actively seeking a highly talented Marine Project Archaeologist / Field Director. The Marine Project Archaeologist will provide support to cultural resource projects throughout the Mid-Atlantic, greater US, and potentially international work, as available. The Archaeologist will have knowledge of field excavation techniques, implement archaeological inventory, evaluation, and data recovery efforts, analyze prehistoric and historic artifacts, and prepare compliance reports.

This position is expected to begin in November, 2021.

Responsibilities include, but are not limited to:

  • Assist in the scoping of marine archaeological projects and utilize GIS, site records, and other data sources to identify locations where maritime sites can occur.
  • Keep records and maintain the relevant State Historic Preservation Officer (SHPO) documentation pertaining to cultural resources.
  • Provides regulatory compliance support for Federal, state, municipal, and commercial clients.
  • Serves as a Field Director and has experience in directing field crews under the guidance of the Principal Investigator including scheduling work and making individual or team work assignments and leading the instruction of others in the use of equipment, technology, and field methods.
  • Supports all phases of archaeological investigation and regulatory compliance.
  • Collects information and makes judgments through observation, interviews, and the review of documents.
  • Writes archaeological reports and/or prepares archaeological site forms and assists the Principal Investigator with making decisions about project alternatives, NRHP evaluations, and effects on historic properties.
  • Works with technical field, lab and office staff, managers and administrative staff to ensure that projects meet AECOM quality standards
  • Performs manual labor and has ability to perform bending, kneeling, standing, and lifting and carrying objects weighing 50 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.

Minimum Requirements

  • Bachelor’s degree and two (2) years of related experience

Preferred Qualifications

  • Meets the Secretary of the Interior Professional Qualification Standards for Archeology.
  • Master’s degree in Anthropology or related field.
  • Completion of a university-based archaeological field school.
  • Minimum two (2) years of supervisory experience (e.g., Crew Chief).
  • Knowledgeable of geophysical survey methodologies such as sub-bottom-profiler (SBP) systems, ultra-high resolution seismic (UHRS) systems, Side scan sonar data collection, and Marine magnetometer data collection.
  • Demonstrated use of Hypack software and associated data analysis modules.
  • Demonstrated use of Sonar Wiz software and associated data analysis modules.
  • Demonstrated use of QINSy software and associated data analysis modules.
  • AAUS Scientific Diver or similar.
  • Demonstrated experience using GPS units, Total Stations, GIS (e.g., ESRI products), and graphical illustration software (e.g., Adobe).
  • Demonstrated experience writing technical reports and papers.
  • Meets the Secretary of the Interior Professional Qualification Standards for History.
  • Experience with Statistical Analysis (ex., SAS or SPSS).
  • Competent with the interpretation of sub-bottom and shallow seismic data interpretation for identification of potential inundated prehistoric geomorphic features
  • Demonstrated use of with SeiSee Seismic analysis software.
  • Familiarity with BOEM report requirements
  • Experience conducting terrestrial archaeological investigations as a Crew Chief.

Additional Locations US – Arlington, VA – 3101 Wilson Blvd, US – Glen Allen, VA – 4840 Cox Road, US – Hunt Valley, MD – 4 North Park Drive

Re-Advertised: Senior Marine Archaeologist

AECOM is actively seeking a highly talented Senior Marine Project Archaeologist / Field Director. The Senior Marine Project Archaeologist will provide support to cultural resource projects throughout the Mid-Atlantic and the greater US, as available. The Senior Marine Project Archaeologist will have extensive knowledge of field excavation techniques, implement archaeological inventory, evaluation, and data recovery efforts, analyze prehistoric and historic artifacts, and prepare compliance reports.

This position is expected to begin in November, 2021.

Responsibilities include, but are not limited to:

  • Assist in the scoping of marine archaeological projects and utilize GIS, site records, and other data sources to identify locations where sites can occur.
  • Keep records and maintain the relevant State Historic Preservation Officer (SHPO) documentation pertaining to cultural resources.
  • Provides regulatory compliance support for Federal, state, municipal, and commercial clients.
  • Serves as a Senior Field Director and has extensive experience in directing field crews under the guidance of the Principal Investigator including scheduling work and making individual or team work assignments and leading the instruction of others in the use of equipment, technology, and field methods. May have the ability to serve as a Principal Investigator, based on level of experience and project complexity.
  • Supports all phases of archaeological investigation and regulatory compliance.
  • Collects information and makes judgments through observation, interviews, and the review of documents.
  • Writes archaeological reports and/or prepares archaeological site forms and makes decisions about project alternatives, NRHP evaluations, and effects on historic properties in collaboration with the Principal Investigator.
  • Works with technical field, lab and office staff, managers and administrative staff to ensure that projects meet AECOM quality standards
  • Performs manual labor including excavation with shovels and moving wheelbarrows filled with dirt.
  • Has ability to perform bending, kneeling, standing, and lifting and carrying objects weighing 50 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.

Minimum Requirements

  • Bachelor’s degree and four (4) years of related experience

Preferred Qualifications

  • Meets the Secretary of the Interior Professional Qualification Standards for Archaeology.
  • Master’s degree in Anthropology or related field.
  • Completion of a university-based archaeological field school.
  • Minimum of four (4) years of supervisory experience (e.g., Field Director).
  • Experience with geophysical survey methodologies such as sub-bottom-profiler (SBP) systems, ultra-high resolution seismic (UHRS) systems, Side scan sonar data collection, and Marine magnetometer data collection.
  • Demonstrated use of Hypack software and associated data analysis modules.
  • Demonstrated use of Sonar Wiz software and associated data analysis modules.
  • Demonstrated use of QINSy software and associated data analysis modules.
  • AAUS Scientific Diver or similar.
  • Have Rescue Diver or higher national certification.
  • Pass basic SOLAS offshore safety requirements.
  • Demonstrated experience using GPS units, Total Stations, GIS (e.g., ESRI products), and graphical illustration software (e.g., Adobe).
  • Demonstrated experience writing technical reports and papers.
  • Meets the Secretary of the Interior Professional Qualification Standards for History.
  • Experience with Statistical Analysis (ex., SAS or SPSS).

Additional Information:

  • Visa sponsorship is not available for this role.
  • Relocation assistance is not available for this role.

US Maritime Administration Historian

https://www.usajobs.gov/GetJob/ViewDetails/617348800

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

https://jobs.soton.ac.uk/Vacancy.aspx?ref=1547021AR

Research Fellow

Archaeology

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)

https://euraxess.ec.europa.eu/jobs/695647

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, www.cmmi.blue) 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

https://faculty.tamu.edu/JobDetail?JobId=95182

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.

Qualifications

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: apply.interfolio.com/95182. Questions about the position should be directed to Dr. Shelley Wachsmann, Chair of the Maritime Archaeology Search Committee at swachsmann@tamu.edu.

Contract Archaeologist

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

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: rob@sea-beneath.com P: 250.580.8882
Kim: E: kim@sea-beneath.com P: 250.514.4074

Marine Archaeologist

Re-Advertised? Nobody applying?

https://aecom.jobs/tampa-fl/senior-marine-archaeologist/CD6C2BE725AB4BF8801C769EF9E3831A/job/

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

https://jobs.theguardian.com/job/7456363/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

Description

Summary

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”


https://euraxess.ec.europa.eu/jobs/690769


primary: https://www.uniud.it/it/albo-ufficiale & 

https://titulus-uniud.cineca.it/albo/viewer?view=files/001867879-UNUD001-765ea1ff-194e-475f-9e74-48e8f2d55872-000.pdf

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