The Department of Anthropology at Colorado State University is seeking an archaeologist for a one-year temporary teaching position (with the possibility of a second year) at the assistant professor level. The appointment will begin in the fall of 1996. Preference will be given to those applicants with their PhD in hand, with teaching experience, and with research interests in Colorado or the surrounding area. In terms of topical specialty, we would be particularly interested in someone involved in some analytical area like taphonomy, lithics, or ceramics. Responsibilities include teaching three courses per semester and advising students on their academic program. CSU is an EEO/AA employer and encourages applications that will enhance the diversity of the department. Application deadline is June 28, 1996. Send letter specifying qualifications and experience, curriculum vita, and names/addresses/phone numbers of three referees to Chair, Department of Anthropology, CSU, Ft. Collins, CO 80523.
Eastern Washington University seeks a dynamic individual to direct a large and diverse grant and contract funded program. With current staff of 25 and three offices in the state of Washington, AHS conducts cultural resources management (CRM) projects and grant-funded research within a five-state region of the Pacific Northwest. Candidates must have a PhD in Anthropology or Public History. Candidates must have strong organizational skills, demonstrated knowledge of CRM requirements, the ability to manage project records and artifact collections, and the direction of projects in archaeology and history. Research interest in the prehistory or history of the Pacific Northwest preferred; specialization in North America is required. This is a non-tenure track contract funded position; salary negotiable. This position, during the course of university employment, will be responsible for the receipt of, or accountability for, university funds or other items of value. Successful candidate must pass a background check. Review of applications will begin June 21, 1996. Submit letter of application, vitae, examples of publications or research reports, and the names, addresses, and phone numbers of three references to Selection Committee, Division of Human Resources, MS 114, Eastern Washington University, 526 5th St., Cheney, WA 9904-2431. Eastern Washington University is an AA/EOE and applications from members of historically underrepresented groups are especially encouraged to apply.
The Alabama Historical Commission is seeking applicants for State Archaeologist to fill a full-time, permanent position, with a full state benefits package. Application review begins immediately and will close upon filling the position. The minimum requirement is a PhD in Anthropology/Archaeology with a specialty in archaeology and a background in southeastern archaeology. Applicants must have four years of upper-level professional experience including cultural resource management, fieldwork, laboratory work, and publishing. Preferred background will include experience/knowledge of major archaeological disciplines (prehistoric, historic, marine, industrial, etc.), experience in grant development and proposals, and in the development of educational programs. Responsibilities shall include, but not be limited to, developing and coordinating the Archaeological Programs of the Alabama Historical Commission (AHC) and directing the operations of the commission's Archaeological Services Division: (1) coordinate the development and implementation of AHC archaeological policy, (2) serve as senior archaeological adviser to the Alabama SHPO, (3) coordinate AHC archaeological activities, (4) coordinate AHC efforts with governmental agencies, officials, universities, industry, and the private sector to develop and implement programs to protect, manage, and develop archaeological resources. Annual salary is $40,000, negotiable. Applicants should forward résumés or vitae to F. Lawrence Oaks, Executive Director, or Greg Rhinehart, Chief of Archaeological Services, Alabama Historical Commission, 468 S. Perry St., Montgomery, AL 36130-0900, (334) 242-3184, fax (334) 240-3477, email email@example.com
Full-time principal investigators and field directors needed to fill several positions, due to expanded workload at GAI Consultants, Inc. Positions entail supervision of field and laboratory work, data analysis, and report writing with primary emphasis on prehistoric archaeology. Physical labor is required. Must be willing to relocate to the Pittsburgh area and to travel throughout the eastern U.S. Principal Investigator position requires an MA or PhD in archaeology/anthropology with at least two years CRM experience. Applicants for either position must be able to demonstrate their (1) ability to work independently, (2) ability to meet project scheduling and budgetary requirements, and (3) field experience on prehistoric sites in eastern North America. Applicants for the position of Field Director must demonstrate their ability to efficiently and effectively manage and supervise field crews of varying size. Principal Investigator applicants must additionally demonstrate high quality writing, analytical, and interpretive skills for archaeological proposal and report preparation. Submit résumé with references to GAI Consultants, Inc., Human Resource Department, Attention Ad #445, 570 Beatty Rd., Monroeville, PA 15146.
The Getty Conservation Institute, an operating program of the J. Paul Getty Trust, invites applications for the position of Senior Coordinator in the Training Program to work with the Institute's international program of professional education aimed at promoting, developing, and enhancing the practice and knowledge of conservation of cultural property. The Program includes courses, workshops, seminars, and conferences for conservators and other professionals. Responsibilities include (1) assessing educational and training needs, developing proposals for activities according to the Institute's policies and priorities, and implementing proposals in consultation with the Program Director; (2) identifying lecturers and specialists, establishing and coordinating content and overseeing the creation of supporting materials; (3) supervising support staff and performing administrative duties within the Program. Graduate degree in conservation, art history, archaeology, or anthropology; experience in management of projects, preferably on an international level; and a minimum of five years experience in archaeological conservation or related field are required. Successful candidate must be skilled in interpersonal relationships in order to work effectively with staff and outside professionals. Excellent written and[[exclamdown]] verbal skills necessary. Position also requires frequent travel to meetings and course sites throughout the world. Salary range $46,300-$54,800. Please send cover letters and résumés to Yvonne Bradshaw, Human Resources, J. Paul Getty Trust, 401 Wilshire Blvd., Suite 900, Santa Monica, CA 90401, (310) 395-0388.
P-III Associates, Inc., is seeking a research archaeologist for a full-time staff position to develop, iomplement, and execute research projects in the western United States. MA or PhD in anthropology/archaeology or closely related field required, with demonstrated ability to design, conduct, and complete archaeological research as evidenced by written reports, articles, or publications. Background knowledge or experience in Great Basin or southwestern U.S. prehistory is desired. Special preference will be given to individuals with demonstrated abilities to design, execute, and write up problem-oriented research. Salary is competitive and commensurate with experience. The position includes a full range of benefits including health insurance, disability insurance, holidays, sick leave, vacation, and pension plan. Send letter of interest, résumé, and names of references to Alan R. Schroedl, P-III Associates, Inc., 2759 South 300 West, Salt Lake City, UT 84115-2932, (801) 467-5446, fax (801) 467-9978, email aschroedl@P-III.com