University of Washington (Seattle) seeks a Ph.D. archaeologist for a tenure-track assistant professor position, beginning September 1997. The successful candidate will have a primary research focus on archaeological theory, education closely tied to the rigorous scientific analysis of archaeological data, and technical skills in the analysis of archaeological material. Theoretical orientation and technical skills must be demonstrated by publications. Geographical area of focus is open. Responsibilities will include teaching a minimum of four courses per year (including at least one senior/graduate level seminar on archaeological method and theory, and occasional teaching in the Evening Degree Program) and maintaining an active program of field research. Only applications received before 1 December 1996 are assured of consideration. Send letter of interest, curriculum vitae and names of three referees to Dr. Angela E. Close, Chair, Archaeology Search Committee, Department of Anthropology, Box 353100, University of Washington, Seattle WA 98195-3100. The University of Washington is building a culturally diverse faculty and strongly encourages applications from female and minority candidates. The university is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer.
The Pueblo of Zuni, Heritage and Historic Preservation Office, seeks a Cultural Resources Specialist. Candidates should have demonstrable experience and working knowledge of CRM, especially Section 106, NAGPRA, ARPA, and NEPA with at least a Masters in Anthropology or closely related field. Previous success in acquiring grants and contracts preferred. The Cultural Resources Specialist provides technical expertise in CRM to the Director. Ability to work in multicultural situations is useful as is previous experience working for a tribe. Send a letter of interest and current vita to: Cordelia T. Cooeyate, Personnel Technician, Personnel Office, P.O. Box 339, Zuni, New Mexico 87327.
Southern Illinois University-Edwardsville invites applications for tenure-track assistant professorship in prehistoric or historic North American archaeology beginning August 25, 1997. Ph.D. at time of application is required. Persons who have not completed all degree requirements may be considered with proof of completion by August 1997. Three-course undergraduate teaching load per semester. Expectations of research and service. Commitment to general education and evidence of quality undergraduate teaching. Preferred teaching areas include Introductory General Anthropology, World Prehistory, Human Origins with osteology lab, Museology, and Archaeological Field Schools. Applications close January 1, 1997. Submit vita, transcripts, names/addresses/phone #s of three references, and separate one-page statements of teaching interests, teaching philosophy, and research interests to: Chair, Department of Anthropology, Box 1451a, Southern Illinois University, Edwardsville, IL 62026. AA/EEO.
Harvard University, Department of Anthropology, seeks to appoint an Assistant Professor of East Asian/Chinese archaeology starting July 1997. The successful candidate shall have a completed Ph.D. and evidence of ongoing, significant research. Harvard particularly encourages applications from women minorities. Applications will be accepted until January 15, 1997, and should be directed to Professor C. C. Lamgerg-Karlovsky, Department of Anthropology, Harvard University, Peabody Museum, 11 Divinity Avenue, Cambridge, MA 02138. EEO/AAE.