Science Applications International Corporation (SAIC) in Boise, Idaho, is looking for a prehistoric or historic archaeologist for a full-time, permanent position as a principal investigator/project manager in Idaho and neighboring states. Responsibilities include: all aspects of project management, including budget tracking; directing surveys, excavation, and other studies; writing reports, proposals, environmental assessments, and environmental impact statements; working closely with Native American groups ; and interacting with state and federal agencies. The successful candidate will have a M.A. or Ph.D. in anthropology or a closely related field, excellent research and writing skills, and familiarity with the application of NHPA, including resource evaluation. Previous experience in the archaeology of the Northwest/Great Basin and the southwestern United States is a plus. The candidate must be willing to relocate to Boise, Idaho, and be able and willing to travel. Starting salary will range between $30,000 and $40,000 plus benefits, depending on experience. Send résumés, including the names and phone numbers of at least three references, to SAIC, 405 S. 8th St., Suite 201, Boise ID 83702, fax (208) 344-5123. SAIC is an employee-owned, high technology firm with over 20,000 employees nationwide, including over 2,500 environmental professionals. SAIC complies with all equal employment opportunity and civil rights laws.
The Zuni Cultural Resource Enterprise seeks applicants for the position of Business Manager. A Masters in Business Administration plus a minimum of two years demonstrated experience in financial management is required. Strong knowledge of general accounting procedures and experience in a supervisory capacity is required. Knowledge of archaeology/cultural resource management a plus. The position will remain open until filled. For more information, contact Jeanette Quintero at (505) 782-4814. Submit your letter of interest, vitae, and names of three references to Susan Pacek, Projects Manager, ZCRE, P.O. Box 339, Zuni, NM 87327.
The Anthropological Survey of the New York State Museum, State Education Department in Albany, anticipates filling a number of positions in its Cultural Resource Survey Program including project directors and field technicians. Minimal qualifications for project directors include an M.A. in anthropology or archaeology and experience in directing cultural resource management projects in the eastern United States, analysis of prehistoric and/or historic archaeological sites, and report writing, as well as familiarity with the 106 process. Field technicians must have a B.A. in anthropology or closely related field and demonstrated field experience in cultural resource management projects in the eastern United States. Positions will be filled in the spring dependent on funding. Send letter of interest, vita, and names and addresses of three professional references to John P. Hart, Director, Cultural Resource Survey Program, Anthropological Survey, New York State Museum, 3122 Cultural Education Center, Albany, New York 12230.
Computer Support Specialist, University of Pennsylvania Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology. Administer a major database. Install, configure, troubleshoot hardware and software. Set up and manage network fileservers and clients. Train users, write documentation. Some programming. B.A./B.S. or related degree, two years supporting end users. Thorough understanding of relational databases, broad knowledge of Windows required. MacIntosh, Unix experience desirable. Position funded for three years, approximately $25,000 plus benefits. Send letter, résumé, and names of referees to Philip Chase, University Museum, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PA 19104-6327, fax (215) 898-0657, email firstname.lastname@example.org. Full job description is available. The University of Pennsylvania is an EOE.