Dickson Mounds Museum is looking for a Curator of Anthropology (More info - PDF flyer - Apply by January 22, 2021)

The CRM program at UW-Milwaukee is seeking qualified candidates to fill a Research Program Manager/Principal Investigator position (More info - Apply by January 13, 2021)

Paid Internship Opportunities at the Field Museum

 Postdoctoral Research Associate in Archaeological Collections Management wanted by Illinois State Archaeological Survey (Open until filled)

 Missouri State University is looking to hire a new Director for the Center for Archaeological Research (Apply onlineMore info

 Curator wanted for Logan Museum of Anthropology (More info)

 Wapsie Valley Archaeology, Inc. is seeking a professional Archaeologist

Principal Investigator with Commonwealth Heritage Group

 


Dickson Mounds Museum is looking for a Curator of Anthropology

View PDF flier or view website URL with full position details

Apply by January 22, 2021.


The Cultural Resource Management program at UW-Milwaukee is seeking qualified candidates to fill a Research Program Manager/Principal Investigator position

This is full-time position.

All applications must be submitted using the online portal by January 13, 2021. Submissions received after January 13, 2021 will not be accepted. Review of applications will begin on January 14, 2021. Posting link and online portal: https://jobs.uwm.edu/postings/30383

Applicant questions can be directed to Brian Nicholls: nicholls@uwm.edu.

For information on UWM’s response to the COVID-19 pandemic: https://uwm.edu/coronavirus/

Position Summary

Research Program Managers (RPM) assist the Director with administration of the Center by providing oversight on long-term, multidimensional projects between the Center and sponsors. They plan and direct the day-to-day operations of Center research units according to research directives established by the Director. They develop project budget and scope of services for research projects. They provide financial oversight of these projects in coordination with the Financial Specialist, via management of Wisper records and WISDM accounts. They are direct liaisons between the Center and the Office of Sponsored Projects. The RPM plans, develops, and implements processes and protocols to support the research goals established for the Center. The RPM directly supervises two Principal Investigators/Project Managers and reports to the Center Director.

In addition to their administrative role, each RPM teaches one class per academic year in the Anthropology Department and take on graduate student advising as appropriate. They are also responsible for the public communication of the Center’s research. Communications include peer reviewed publications, publications for the general public, presentations at professional conferences, talks to avocational societies, and interviews with media outlets.

They provide the Director (at minimum) monthly updates on all projects under their supervision. The current status of all budgets and schedules are included in these updates. The RPM’s primary place of work is the UWM-CRM offices on UWM’s campus. However, their work requires travel throughout Wisconsin to direct and/or monitor on-going UWM-CRM projects and produce progress reports for UWM-CRM staff and clients. Fieldwork may be conducted in remote locations under stressful conditions and requires moderate physical fitness.

Minimum Qualifications

  • Ph.D. degree in Anthropology/Archaeology or closely related field
  • Experience in undergraduate/graduate student teaching, training, and advising
  • Meets Wisconsin Historical Society criteria for listing as an Archaeologist Qualified to Work within the Boundaries of a Human Burial Site
  • Demonstrated experience in obtaining and executing grant funding and/or secured CRM contracts as the primary Principal Investigator. 

Preferred Qualifications

  • Excellent inter-personal and communication skills
  • Demonstrated knowledge of Midwestern/Great Lakes prehistoric or historic archaeology or historic architecture
  • Experience in analytic skills (e.g., lithic analysis, historical archaeology, floral analysis, faunal analysis, ceramic analysis, laboratory management, historic architecture and historic preservation, human osteology or similar)
  • Demonstrated authorship of technical reports, published research articles, presentations at professional meetings.
  • Demonstrated success in managing multiple concurrent projects
  • Knowledge of federal, and Wisconsin, CRM/Historic Preservations/Human burial regulatory laws and statutes
  • Demonstrated experience in consultation with Tribal governments and communities
  • Experience with total station mapping and GIS
  • Geophysical experience
  • Member of Register of Professional Archaeologists

Application Instructions

Completed application materials must include a letter of application addressing educational and professional level of work experience as it relates to all required and preferred qualifications, a resume/CV, and the names and contact information of three professional references. A sample technical letter memo or investigation findings is required.

In instances where the Search and Screen Committee is unable to ascertain from a candidate’s application materials whether he/she meets any of the qualification(s), they will be evaluated as not meeting such qualification(s).

This is a continuous recruitment. The review of applications will begin on January 14th, 2021. Applications received after January 13th, 2021 may not receive consideration.

UWM is an AA/EO employer: All applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, national origin, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity/expression, disability, or protected veteran status.


Paid Internship Opportunities at the Field Museum

The Field Museum is offering a number of paid internship opportunities for students this year. These may be found on The Field Museum's website (http://www.fieldmuseum.org/about/careers see pages 2 and 3) and include:

  • Intern, Anthropology Alliance, Collections
  • Intern, Anthropology Alliance, Summer Fieldwork
  • Interns, Boone Scholars for East Asian Studies
  • Intern, North American Anthropology Conservation
  • Interns, Regenstein Pacific Collections
  • Interns, Women in Science

Note: Please follow the instructions on how to apply via fieldmuseum.fluidreview.com. (Please do NOT click the green "Begin Application" button, which is unfortunately hardwired into the current webpage and cannot be removed to avoid confusion.)


Postdoctoral Research Associate in Archaeological Collections Management wanted by Illinois State Archaeological Survey

See PDF Flyer

The Illinois State Archaeological Survey (ISAS), part of the Prairie Research Institute at the University of Illinois, is seeking a two-year postdoctoral researcher in Archaeological Collections and Digital Data Management to work alongside a new Curator in Midwestern Archaeology. This is a salaried position with benefits, starting as soon as possible after the close date.

The researcher will facilitate access to collections and data for ISAS archaeologists and assist in overseeing, organizing, accessioning and supervising the processing, documentation and storage of accessioned materials, written and digital documents, and photographic data. This includes a research component. The candidate will possess a Ph.D. in anthropology, archaeology, or closely related field. Candidates with a Ph.D. in Museum Studies or Library and Information Sciences with an MA in anthropology or archaeology will also be considered.

The successful candidate will possess a demonstrated knowledge of relational database use and management in a museum or collections management setting. Preference given to a candidate with a specialization in pre-Columbian archaeology and artifacts of the American Midwest.

To ensure full consideration, email a letter of application, c.v., and the names and contact information of three professional references to Michael Farkas (mgfarkas@illinois.edu), Chair, ISAS Postdoctoral Search Committee. The position will remain open until filled.

The University of Illinois is an Equal Opportunity, Affirmative Action employer. Minorities, women, veterans and individuals with disabilities are encouraged to apply. For more information, visit http://go.illinois.edu/EEO.


Missouri State University is looking to hire a new Director for the Center for Archaeological Research

The first date of consideration is January 31, 2020, and review of applications will continue until position is filled.

Position Description: https://www.missouristate.edu/human/jobdescriptions/2350-director-center-for.htm

Application information: https://www.higheredjobs.com/admin/details.cfm?JobCode=177165606


Curator wanted for Logan Museum of Anthropology

Beloit College seeks a Curator of the Logan Museum of Anthropology to begin June 2020. The Curator is responsible for overall management and preservation of the Logan Museum of Anthropology’s collections and coordinates the museum’s long-term exhibit schedule and outreach programs. The Curator works closely with the Director, faculty, and students to develop and maintain the museum as an excellent teaching and learning resource for the College and community. The Curator teaches in Museum Studies and supervises student work and research in the museum. The Curator reports to the Director. This is a twelve month, full-time, administrative, and exempt position.

For a complete job description, click here.

Posting Date: 10/31/2019

Closing Date: Until Filled

Office: Logan Museum of Anthropology

How to Apply: To apply send a cover letter, resume, and names and contact information of three professional references electronically to: BCCurator2019@beloit.edu. To ensure full consideration, please submit all materials by December 2, 2019. The search will remain open until the position is filled.

For the full advertisement, see: https://www.beloit.edu/live/profiles/2105-curator-logan-museum-of-anthropology

 


Wapsie Valley Archaeology, Inc. is seeking a professional Archaeologist

Position Opening: Archaeologist
Interesting Projects, Opportunities to Grow Professionally 


Who We Are: Wapsi Valley Archaeology, Inc. provides the full suite of archaeological and architectural history services.  We offer opportunities to delve into a range of interesting projects, from Phase I surveys, to Phase II evaluation projects, to Phase III data recovery projects.  We also provide public outreach and educational services including book creation, GIS products, exhibit design, educational signage and kiosk design, and National Register nominations.  

Our office is located in historic Anamosa, Iowa, a community near Cedar Rapids and Iowa City.

Position Responsibilities

  • Direct or supervise Phase I, Phase II, and Phase III archaeological projects in Iowa, Minnesota, Wisconsin, Illinois, Missouri, and other states.  This position will involve travel to exotic and mundane (but beloved) parts of the Midwest. 

  • Conduct analysis of both prehistoric and historic archaeological assemblages.

  • Author reports individually and with others as part of a research team.

  • Analyze spatial data with GIS and produce maps and other graphics.

  • Complete other tasks related to NHPA or historic preservation work, which may include creation of public interest booklets or videos, designing museum exhibits and outdoor signage/kiosks, National Register nominations, MOA/PA/HPMP development, and other exciting endeavors related to historic preservation and research.

Position Requirements

  • Meets Secretary of the Interior’s Professional Standards in Archaeology (both Prehistoric and Historic preferred)

  • M.A. in Anthropology/Archaeology

  • Proven proficiency in GIS and map creation

  • Experience supervising field projects

  • Familiarity with Midwestern archaeology

  • Strong research skills

  • Strong writing skills

Benefits: This is a full-time, professional salaried position.  Benefits include health insurance, dental insurance, paid vacation, sick leave, and holidays.

To apply, please send a cover letter, CV, and writing example to:

Nurit Finn, President
Email: ngfinn@wapsivalleyarch.com
Telephone (319) 462-4760

We’ll talk salary range up front so we know we’re on the same page.

*Wapsi Valley Archaeology, Inc. does not discriminate on the grounds of race, religion, age, creed, physical or mental disability, color, sex, actual or perceived gender orientation/identity, ethnicity, national origin, familial status, or protected veteran status in its employment practices, in the selection and retention of subconsultants, and in its procurement of materials and leases.  All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, religion, age, creed, physical or mental disability, color, sex, actual or perceived gender orientation/identity, ethnicity, national origin, familial status, protected veteran status, or otherwise, as required by law.  Please tell us if you are a Section 3 Resident under the Housing and Urban Development Act of 1968.


Principal Investigator with Commonwealth Heritage Group

Position Title:   Principal Investigator

Work Location:  Commonwealth Heritage Group (http://www.commonwealthheritagegroup.com), Milwaukee, Wisconsin

Job Description: This senior-level Principal Investigator position requires supervisory experience in conducting Phase I surveys, Phase II evaluations, and Phase III data recoveries. Additional requirements include, a minimum of five-year practical experience in CRM.

Qualifications: The ideal candidate will have a minimum of a M.A. in anthropology/archaeology, with a specialization in Midwestern/Great Lakes prehistoric archaeology. This position will be responsible for the management of multiple and/or multi-disciplinary CRM projects. This position requires expert knowledge of the Section 106 and NEPA process and the ability to prepare well organized, thorough CRM documents is essential. Experience with multiple market sectors including transportation, energy, and federal land management is preferred. Experience with Trimble GPS equipment and GIS is essential. Areas of analytical expertise are open, but demonstrated ability to conduct artifact analyses and write key sections of reports (methods, results, artifact analyses) is a must.

Salary Range: Salary range for this position is competitive and dependent on experience with opportunities for advancement and higher salary; we seek a candidate who wishes to grow within the company.

Benefits: Commonwealth offers an excellent range of benefits (health, dental, life, and disability insurance, 401(k) with employer contribution, paid leave, etc.). Commonwealth is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Where to Apply: Send letters of interest, curriculum vitae, writing sample, and a list of three professional references with contact information to:

     Andrew J. Weir
     President
     Commonwealth Heritage Group, Inc.
     3225 Central Street, Dexter, MI 48130
     ajweir@chg-inc.com