JOB: HEAD OF OBJECTS CONSERVATION, Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco (San Francisco, CA, USA)
- Application Deadline: Open until filled
The Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco are seeking a Head of Objects Conservation. The Head of Objects Conservation performs highly skilled work in connection with the conservation of various works of art. The primary responsibility of this position is the long-term preservation, conservation, and technical study of over 12,000 objects in the permanent collection of the Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco, as well as duties related to temporary exhibitions and the lending of objects to other institutions.
FAMSF offers a competitive salary and generous benefits package.
For more information and to apply online, please visit: http://famsf.snaphire.com/home.
JOB: ASSISTANT PROFESSOR, University of Maryland (College Park, MD, USA)
- Application deadline: December 31, 2016
- Posting No. F0004677
- Position 103798
- Category Status: 02-Faculty Non-Tenured, On Track
- Unit: ARCH-Historic Preservation Program
The University of Maryland, College Park is the flagship campus of the University System of Maryland. With an enrollment of over 30,000 students, Maryland is the largest university in the state and the largest in the Washington Metropolitan area. The University is committed to achieving excellence as the State’s primary center of research and graduate education. The campus benefits from the close proximity and networked connections with the broader Washington and Baltimore metropolitan communities, and this position is designed to strengthen and expand on these ongoing relationships and activities.
Housed within the School of Architecture, Planning, and Preservation, the Graduate Program in Historic Preservation offers a 2-year Master of Historic Preservation degree, a Graduate certificate, and dual degrees with architecture, planning, real estate development, and applied anthropology. The program is known for its focus on the social and cultural dimensions of preservation, and interpreting and preserving a broadly defined range of heritage resources. Our faculty work with and make connections between communities and local governments, state and federal government agencies, non-governmental organizations (NGOs), and academic institutions. We have a strong commitment to community engagement and in facilitating discussions of the past and its impact on the present, as well as to increasing the diversity of the campus community and contributing to the climate of inclusivity in the School and at the University.
The Historic Preservation Program, University of Maryland, anticipates hiring a tenure track advanced assistant professor for August 2017. Qualifications include a Ph.D. (obtained prior to May 2015) in a related discipline such as Anthropology, American Studies, Urban/Regional/ Environmental/Economic Planning, History, Cultural Geography, or Architectural History, and a research focus in the preservation and conservation of urban environments and heritage in the U.S. Candidates must demonstrate an active research agenda with publications, field and community engagement experience, and teaching; success in external funding preferred.
The successful candidate should be willing to develop an active research program in Washington, Baltimore or other cities in the Mid-Atlantic region that can connect to and enhance their studio teaching assignments.
The candidate will be expected to teach traditional and online courses at the undergraduate to graduate levels, including required courses (studio and final project class) and courses in their specialty; courses could be offered at both the main and satellite campuses (such as Shady Grove). Candidates who have demonstrated a commitment to working with women and underrepresented minority students through teaching, mentoring, or administration are especially encouraged to identify their experience in these areas.
Qualifications include a Ph.D. (obtained prior to May 2015) in a related discipline such as Anthropology, American Studies, Urban/Regional/ Environmental/Economic Planning, History, Cultural Geography, or Architectural History, and a research focus in the preservation and conservation of urban environments and heritage in the U.S. Candidates must demonstrate an active research agenda with publications, field and community engagement experience, and teaching.
Geographic research area is open, but experience and research connected to U.S. urban centers is required.
Demonstrated success in external funding is preferred.
Candidates are encouraged to apply whose research in historic preservation focuses on preserving urban places and spaces, including both tangible and intangible resources. Examples might include work in cultural sustainability, cultural resource management, social and environmental justice, and community engagement.
For more information about this position and to apply, visit: ejobs.umd.edu/postings/47333.
Founded in 1856, University of Maryland, College Park is the flagship institution in the University System of Maryland. Our 1,250-acre College Park campus is just minutes away from Washington, D.C., and the nexus of the nation’s legislative, executive, and judicial centers of power. This unique proximity to business and technology leaders, federal departments and agencies, and a myriad of research entities, embassies, think tanks, cultural centers, and non-profit organizations is simply unparalleled. Synergistic opportunities for our faculty and students abound and are virtually limitless in the nation’s capital and surrounding areas. The University is committed to attracting and retaining outstanding and diverse faculty and staff that will enhance our stature of preeminence in our three missions of teaching, scholarship, and full engagement in our community, the state of Maryland, and in the world.
The University of Maryland, College Park, an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer, complies with all applicable federal and state laws and regulations regarding nondiscrimination and affirmative action; all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment. The University is committed to a policy of equal opportunity for all persons and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, national origin, physical or mental disability, protected veteran status, age, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, creed, marital status, political affiliation, personal appearance, or on the basis of rights secured by the First Amendment, in all aspects of employment, educational programs and activities, and admissions.
JOB: CURATOR OF COLLECTIONS AND EXHIBITIONS, Harbor History Museum Collections (Gig Harbor, WA, USA)
- Applications deadline: December 31, 2016
The Harbor History Museum seeks a creative, scholarly, team-oriented and audience-minded Curator of Collections and Exhibitions, who will thrive in a fast-paced, vibrant environment. The Curator will envision a curatorial program, based in traditional methodologies for a 7,000 object collection along with a substantial archival collection and research library. In close collaboration with the Executive Director, the Curator organizes collection-based exhibitions, non-collection exhibitions and exhibition-specific programs; Produces adventurous public programming, scholarly presentation and gallery texts, and interacts comfortably with various audiences. The Curator conducts original research on the collections, recommends acquisitions, develops relationships with donors and collectors, and coordinates HHMs collections planning; Works with HHMs staff to produce meaningful and exceptional programming.
50% Collection Stewardship
Conduct original research related to HHMs collections and related exhibitions. Encourage and facilitate the use of Museum resources and collaborative programming with staff, committees, and general public, as well as community partners. Assist staff, docents, and members of the community in research of the Museum’s collections and exhibitions. In collaboration with the Director, assist in the redevelopment of an effective Collections Plan and lead/participate in the Collections Committee. Cultivate gift funds to support acquisitions and direct donations of relevant historical artifacts and archival material. Work with HHM staff and Collections Committee to make recommendations on new acquisitions for permanent collection, including undertaking research for attribution, provenance, interpretation, conservation, etc., and manage deaccessioning process.
Provide curatorial leadership and work collaboratively with others at the Museum and in the community to develop and curate rigorous exhibitions (large and small) using holdings from HHMs collection, as well as loaned objects that will engage existing and targeted audiences. Secure foundation, corporate, and private funding for ambitious exhibitions. Under the direction of the Executive Director, develop curatorial budget and multi-year exhibition schedule.
Will lead, facilitate, curate, and fabricate Museum exhibitions (art and historical).
20% Outreach and Education
Collaborate with HHM staff in the creation and management of interpretive strategies, publicity materials, and public programs for a variety of audiences. Maintain active relationships with artists, community members, lenders, donors, and professional colleagues. Represent HHM at regional cultural initiatives and events. Lecture on and lead tours of HHMs exhibitions and collections. With Volunteer Coordinator, help train interns and docents in specific content areas and museum best practices. Assist in the oversight of the collections intern program. Motivate others in experimenting with new curatorial and museum practices to support a culture of innovation and collaboration to maximize audience engagement. Collaborate with Education Coordinator to link meaningful ancillary programs to upcoming and current exhibitions. Contribute writings for the publication of the Museums quarterly newsletter.
This position reports directly to the Executive Director and will be subject to regular performance evaluations.
General: Part-Time, Non-Exempt, 30 hrs/week. Starting salary range of $30,000-$35,000 based on experience. Will be subject to transition into Full-Time, Exempt with a generous benefits package.
* Bachelor’s degree in History, Museum Studies, Art History, or equivalent field; Master’s degree preferred; A minimum of two years related professional experience required
* Knowledge of history, historical methodologies and museum practices
* Demonstrated knowledge of budget applications required
* Exceptional computer skills
* Practical experience using museum and archival based software (Past/Perfect, Star Museum/Archives, Stellant, etc.)
* Proven ability to conduct in-depth, scholarly research and present in various formats *Ability to lift 45lbs, climb ladders, sit/stand for long periods of time
* Valid driver’s license
Additional Desired Skills:
* Ability to practice history broadly with a specialization in an area of strength of HHMs collection, including and not limited to, expertise in Washington State history, Native American history, Scandinavian and Croatian history, and Pacific Northwest history
* Organizational skills as well as demonstrated human relations and effective communication skills
* Public speaking skills
* Ability to work independently and as a team collaborative
* Flexibility in working evening, weekends, and after hours are required by the position
* Enthusiasm toward your career
No phone calls please. To apply, please submit the following materials to the Executive Director, Katharine Hensler at firstname.lastname@example.org:
- A cover letter that specifically addresses the job requirements and outlines qualifications
- A current resume
- A current CV (if applicable)
- A short writing sample no longer than 200 words (optional)
Please Note: Degree verification will be required for final applicants if a completed degree was used to fulfill a minimum requirement for this position. Reference checking is a standard step in our hiring process. You will be asked to provide contact information, including email addresses, for up to five references as part of the search process for this position.
The mission of the Harbor History Museum is to create opportunities to experience the heritage of the greater Gig Harbor communities. We do this by collecting, preserving, and sharing the rich history of this area. Our vision is to be the cornerstone that provides a gathering place and a sense of identity for our community. Established in 1964, the Gig Harbor Peninsula Historical Society dba the Harbor History Museum was awarded a 501 (c) 3 status by the IRS, and began operating a Museum in 1976. In the summer of 2007, the Society underwent a re-branding to create the name that communicates the essence of our mission. “Harbor History Museum,” was established at that time. The Museum fulfills its mission and vision by providing a museum to the community and educational programs serving residents, visitors, researchers, and students. The Museum re-opened to the public on September 18, 2010 after conducting a capital campaign to build a new facility. The facility includes an 1893 fully restored one-room school house, a 65 foot fishing vessel currently under restoration, 7,800 square feet of exhibition space, and a 900 square foot library, research and meeting room. The Museum provides a variety of public education programs. Our core educational program is the Pioneer School Experience (PSE), which serves over 1,500 students every year. Led by a trained “school marm,” the children experience a pioneer school classroom complete with lessons, recitations, music, recess, and lunch. Children are encouraged to dress in period costume, and are provided with pioneer identities to support their learning experience. For our full-day programs, students also tour the Museum galleries and participate in “history mystery,” exploration stations. Our permanent exhibit features professionally designed exhibitions, larger than life experiences, and opportunities for hands on exploration of our region’s rich history and unique heritage. Artifacts, video kiosks, hands on exhibits, computer interactives, and a small theater bring Peninsula history to life in our permanent galleries. In addition, the Museum provides 3-5 special exhibits throughout the year so there is always something new to see and experience for our members and visitors. We also provide monthly Third Thursday concerts, lectures, book readings, workshops, and film presentations.
JOB: HISTORIC PRESERVATION PROGRAM, University of Oregon (Portland, OR, USA)
Position ID UO–HP–ASST [#8498, 16250]
The University of Oregon (UO) Historic Preservation Program (HP) invites applications for a full-time tenure-track position as the Art DeMuro Assistant Professor in Historic Preservation, to begin in September 2017. This position will be based in UO’s Portland campus and will provide instruction and student mentoring in this nationally-recognized professional master’s degree program. The successful candidate for this position will demonstrate progress toward a record of relevant and innovative research and professional practice.
University Context: The University of Oregon is an AAU research university with roughly 25,000 students. The UO Historic Preservation Program resides within the School of Architecture & Allied Arts (A&AA). The school consists of five departments and four programs: the Departments of Architecture; Art (which includes digital arts); History of Art and Architecture; Landscape Architecture; and Planning Public Policy and Management; and the Programs in Arts and Administration, Historic Preservation, Interior Architecture, and Product Design.
The UO Historic Preservation Program, which works collaboratively within the interdisciplinary context of A&AA, stresses building technology, cultural resource management, building documentation, and sociocultural analysis as part of a rigorous research agenda. The UO Historic Preservation Program emphasizes (a) experiential learning – the hands-on experience of doing preservation in the field, and (b) innovative research in the cultural, technological, and environmental factors that shape the built environment. Courses are augmented by fieldwork in the urban, suburban, and rural areas of the region, with frequent involvement with the area’s professionals, officials, and agencies concerned with historic resources.
With the support of a major individual gift, the HP Program recently relocated from the University’s main campus in Eugene to its new headquarters in the 1883 cast iron front White Stag Building in the Old Town district of Portland. The Program joins other School of Architecture & Allied Arts activities in Portland, including architecture and product design. The new facility houses spaces and state-of-the-art facilities – library, classrooms, studios, offices, conference facilities, and woodshop/lab – that will elevate the educational experience for the Historic Preservation Program. The city of Portland offers HP faculty and students a vast laboratory of physical and cultural landmarks, a strong network of professional practitioners, and significant resources for research, including the Oregon Historical Society archives and the Architectural Heritage Center’s collection of historic building components.
For more information about the Program, please refer to http://hp.uoregon.edu.
Position: The Program particularly seeks candidates with specialized strengths and teaching experience in any or all of these areas:
- Cultural Resource Management: Includes instruction in the planning and management of historic resources. Courses will explore methods of surveying and documenting sites; domestic and/or international regulatory processes that govern preservation practice; and political and legal frameworks for preservation planning.
- Building Sciences: Includes instruction in evaluation and treatment of historic structures. Courses encompass building condition assessment and material pathology (wood, masonry, metal, etc.); conservation methods; building recordation (i.e., HABS/HAER); and the history of construction.
- Heritage Conservation: Includes instruction in the identification and conservation of both tangible and non-tangible representations of cultural value, particularly among minority groups within a larger cultural framework (such as race/ethnicity, class, gender, sexual orientation, etc.). Courses will explore cultural values in different contexts and explore various means of protecting and interpreting varied cultural practices.
Additional considerations for this position include the following:
– The successful candidate will demonstrate an understanding of the role of preservation in addressing issues of cultural diversity and will have an interest in broadening the field to incorporate underrepresented constituencies. A record of research and teaching that considers the heritage of minority cultures is desirable. – Preference will be given to candidates who can offer courses in the history of American architecture and culture. – Preference will also be given for candidates who possess the skills and interests necessary to oversee the Pacific Northwest Field School. The Field School is a summer field experience aimed at students and professionals in fields related to historic preservation with little experience in building conservation. A successful candidate selected to oversee the Field School would be expected to teach only 4 courses during the academic year. More information on the Field School is available at: hp.uoregon.edu/pnwfs.
The University of Oregon is organized into three terms during the academic year in addition to summer programs and the expected annual teaching load for this position is 5 courses.
A terminal graduate degree from an accredited institution must be attained before September 15, 2017 (doctoral degree or master’s degree as expected in the candidate’s academic field), preferably in historic preservation or a closely related field. A demonstrated commitment to building a scholarly profile in historic preservation is required. Accordingly, the candidate should demonstrate a deep commitment to intellectual inquiry in teaching activities, in scholarly research and publication, and in professional practice. Applicants should demonstrate evidence of university-level teaching excellence.
A strong regional interest in the West or Pacific Northwest is desirable, as is significant scholarly interest in vernacular architecture, cultural landscapes, urban historic buildings, historic building technology, cultural heritage studies in historic preservation, or another specialization closely related to the field.
The successful candidate will possess excellent communication and collaboration skills and the ability to establish, maintain, and grow relationships with preservation professionals and stakeholders in the community. The UO is committed to creating a more inclusive and diverse institution and seeks candidates with demonstrated potential to contribute positively to its diverse community. The successful candidate will have the ability to work effectively with faculty, staff, students, and local communities of diverse backgrounds.
Maintain an active research agenda related to professional practice. Teach graduate and undergraduate courses in the field of historic preservation, direct Master’s theses and projects, and provide academic and career advising to students seeking a degree in Historic Preservation. Support the Director and other faculty in enhancing the curriculum of the Historic Preservation Program, plan and participate in activities outside of the classroom, and forge alliances and productive partnerships with units across the University, academic institutions in Portland, and the professional field of historic preservation –- in the Pacific Northwest, nationally, and internationally. Committee service to the program, school, and University is expected.
Salary: Commensurate with qualifications. The University of Oregon offers an excellent benefits package.
Application Procedures: Please submit (upload) only the following; additional items will not be considered in the first review of applications.
- A letter of application explaining your interest in this position and addresses your specific qualifications. Please include a discussion of your approach to field training and related activities, if appropriate.
- Your comprehensive curriculum vitae.
- A one-page statement of your scholarly approach to historic preservation.
- A one-page statement of your teaching philosophy and approach toward mentoring students.
- A copy of one article-length, peer-reviewed submittal in the historic preservation field or a related professional field addressing historic resources. You may substitute a portfolio item of an applied preservation project (e.g., National Register nomination, HABS drawing, or professional report) for this submittal.
- The names and contact information for three referees. Referees will not be contacted unless the applicant advances forward to the semifinal round of review.
The position will be open until filled. Review of applications will begin in January 2017. Semi-finalists will be interviewed by telephone or Skype. Semi-finalists and finalists may be asked to submit additional information, such as additional publications, course syllabi, and evidence of academic program leadership. Finalists will be interviewed on campus in winter term 2017.
The University of Oregon is an equal opportunity, affirmative-action institution committed to cultural diversity and compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act. The University encourages all qualified individuals to apply, and does not discriminate on the basis of any protected status, including veteran and disability status.
Direct inquiries to: James M. Buckley, Associate Professor HP Search Committee Chair Historic Preservation Program School of Architecture & Allied Arts, University of Oregon 70 NW Couch St, Portland, OR 92709, e-mail: email@example.com.
For more information about this announcement and to apply, visit: academicjobsonline.org/ajo/jobs/8498
JOB: HISTORIC SITE SPECIALIST, Carlyle House Historic Park (Alexandria, VA, USA)
- Opportunity Announcement #16-11-14
- Annual Starting Salary: $43,045.73
For a complete job description, go to www.novaparks.com. Please reference Opportunity Announcement #16-11-14 when applying.
The Historic Site Specialist is responsible for assisting the Historic Site Manager in planning, developing, coordinating, and supervising all aspects of a historic facility with an emphasis on the museum’s interpretive and educational functions. Work is performed under the general supervision of the Historic Site Manager and is reviewed for consistency with NOVA Parks’ policies and standards and for results obtained. Annual performance goals will be set for the Historic Site Specialist. This position will supervise part time staff and volunteers.
ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS (with illustrative examples of work)
Assist with development, implementation and maintenance of comprehensive program for the collection of historic properties and artifacts:
– Maintains knowledge of Carlyle House Historic Furnishings Plan and recommends amendments; assists with identifying items for
research; researches, and interprets results and recommends purchase.
– Assists with maintaining knowledge of period furnishings and arranges for appropriate display.
– Assists with the proper care, cataloging and registration of artifacts.
– Conducts yearly inventory of collections items.
Assist with management of personnel:
– Plans, directs and controls the work of employees and volunteers.
– Oversees scheduling of docents and maintains records documenting volunteer hours.
– Determines workload, assigns priorities, schedules employees and allocates resources.
– Assists with developing and implementing training programs for employees and volunteers.
– Interviews and selects applicants for part-time employment.
– Recruits, trains and supervises volunteers.
– Oversees internship program.
Establish, oversee and participate in educational and interpretive programs:
– Develops and implements innovative programs and guidelines for interpretive tours.
– Develops and oversees a robust programming schedule, including collaborating with other museums and historic sites.
– Develops and coordinates a calendar of events.
– Develops and implements exhibits and other interpretive materials.
– Implements, and evaluates special tours for school groups.
– Develops marketing materials for educational programs in conjunction with the Marketing Manager.
Assist with management of facilities and budget:
– Recommends operations, maintenance and development items for budget.
– Interprets and adapts NOVA Parks’ policies, regulations, and procedures to meet personnel, budget, property management, and
general service needs of the park.
– Enforces rules, regulations, and policies of NOVA Parks.
– Assists with management of the gift shop.
– Ensures proper maintenance of facility grounds and gardens.
– Performs related work as required including physical labor.
Establish and maintain positive public relations program:
– Assists with fostering a positive public image for a historic park and the NOVA Parks
– Provides information to the public and special interest groups through presentations and other means through accurate, courteous and
– Maintains effective relationships with groups such as vendors, local law enforcement, and special user groups.
– Encourages visitor comments; investigates and responds to complaints.
– Maintains professional contacts with other historic properties and museums.
REQUIRED QUALIFICATIONS (minimum)
Education: Graduation from an accredited college or university in museum studies or closely related field.
Physical: Non-manual and manual work with strength and dexterity necessary to perform all required tasks, including lifting, stooping, bending and working in tiring and uncomfortable positions in office and outdoor settings; will lift and move furniture; will climb ladders; will use tools and operate equipment.
Experience: Two years of experience in museum collections work with emphasis on 18th- century decorative arts, or any equivalent combination of education, training, or experience which provides:
– Considerable knowledge of the principles, methods, and practices of museum education and interpretation.
– Knowledge of historical period concerning facility.
– Knowledge and experience in personnel management.
– Ability to identify and isolate problems, and to initiate appropriate actions.
– Considerable ability to deal effectively with the public and special interest groups, and to provide a strong, positive public relations
program; with considerable ability to interpret and explain NOVA Parks policies, rules, and procedures to employees and to the public.
– Considerable ability to communicate clearly and effectively with ability to prepare and present accurate reports.
– Ability to manage and prioritize several projects simultaneously.
– Ability to gain a working knowledge of NOVA Parks, its development, traditions, and policies.
– Knowledge of computers with ability to use software such as Microsoft Office Programs.
– Possession of or ability to obtain a driver’s license; must maintain safe driving record.
– Availability for call in emergency situations and to work additional hours during peak operating times including shift work and
– Regular and predictable attendance is an essential function of the position.
– Certification or ability to obtain certification in CPR and first aid.
Job duties and responsibilities are designed to be the essential elements of the job. They do not preclude the performance of related, or even unrelated, jobs which may be necessary to properly and efficiently complete all work assignments. NOVA Parks reserves the right to amend job specifications to meet current needs.
HOW TO APPLY
– Online at www.novaparks.com/about/employment/historic-site-specialist-carlyle-house; or
– Via email: send your resume to firstname.lastname@example.org; or
– By post mail:
NOVA Parks Headquarters
Attn: HR Administrator
5400 Ox Road
Fairfax Station, VA 22039
For more details about this announcement, visit: www.novaparks.com/about/employment/historic-site-specialist-carlyle-house
INTERNSHIP: PRESERVATION ARCHITECT, Historic Building Architects, LLC (Trenton, NJ, USA)
Join Historic Building Architects LLC, an award-winning firm as an intern architect. At HBA we work closely with our interns to make sure they get a well-rounded experience to meet their IDP requirements. You will learn about historic preservation architecture as you strengthen your skills in AutoCAD, Sketch-up, In-Design, Illustrator, and Photoshop. As a small firm you will have opportunities to experience working on projects from Schematic Design through to participating in Construction Administration.
We are looking for a recently (within the past 3 years) graduate student, who has completed a professional degree in architecture, with a focus on historic preservation or a Master’s Degree in Historic Preservation. Material Conservation skills are a plus. Your resume and work samples must demonstrate relevant job experience, self-motivation, excellent graphic skills, and strong communication skills.
How to apply: Please email email@example.com and attach your resume, two references, and work samples from your portfolio.
For more information, you can contact: Susan Clark, firstname.lastname@example.org, Tel: +1 (609) 393-3999, Fax: +1 (609) 393-3999.
JOB: HISTORIC RESTORATION INSPECTOR, Vega Solutions, Inc. (Philadelphia, PA, USA)
We are looking for two experienced and knowledgeable Historic Restoration Inspectors to be part of an owners Construction Management team for a large building restoration project.
- Perform inspections according to complete plans, specifications and instructions.
- Inspect various facets of work on the construction site.
- Read and interprets drawings and specifications.
- Observes general job safety practices.
- Provides daily reports listing work performed, conditions and issues.
- Comply with client policies and procedures for inspection of work under contract.
A degree in Historic Preservation or Architecture and two years of experience as a construction inspector with a understanding of construction practices, safety and quality control.
Must have excellent written and oral communication skills.
- Inspector 1 must have a thorough understanding of metal refinishing methods and high performance coating systems and be able to monitor Quality Control for these processes.
- Inspector 2 must have a thorough understanding of stone and brick masonry restoration and be able to monitor Quality Control for this type of work.
Project conditions: The positions are Full Time. The project is primarily exterior and will involve work from mid-rise scaffolding. Project is expected to be active year-round with a duration of two years. The work will be carried out during the day.
Base Salary: Based upon experience.
Benefits: Medical coverage and 15 days of annual PTO plus holidays.
To apply: send a cover letter and resume with references via email to George Bryant at email@example.com.
The company is an equal opportunity employer and a woman owned business.
JOB: CONSULTANT/ URBAN ARCHAEOLOGIST, NYC Archaeological Repository: The Nan A. Rothschild Research Center (New York, NY, USA)
- Full time for 9-month contract
Under the supervision of the Director of Archaeology, the Urban Archaeologist/Curators will help to incorporate historic artifacts from two archaeological collections, the Stadt Huys and 7 Hanover Square excavations. Work will include: verifying, rehousing, and cataloging The work will occur at 114 W 47th Street.
1. A Master’s degree from an accredited university in Anthropology, American History or American Studies, with a minimum of 24 graduate credits in anthropological archaeology plus a minimum of 16 weeks supervised training in basic archaeological field research. All candidates must also have at least one year of full-time paid experience directly related to the duties of the position; or
2. Education and/or experience which is equivalent to “1” above.
- Curation experience
- Expertise with New York City archaeological artifacts
- Ability to work independently
- Experience with database maintenance and management
- Excellent writing and oral communication skills
- Excellent organizational skills
- Cultural Resource Management experience
To apply: Please submit resume and cover letter electronically to Amanda Sutphin at firstname.lastname@example.org.
While we appreciate every applicant’s interest, only those under consideration will be contacted.