Historical archaeologist sought by Prewitt and Associates, Inc., of Austin, Tex. Full-time temporary assistant project archaeologist position available for a minimum of six months with potential of up to three years to write three reports on multiple years of fieldwork at three historic sites. Reporting on a military fort with civilian occupation begins immediately, and military sites experience is preferred for this position. Reporting on two residential sites begins early in the summer of 1995. This write-up position, based in Austin, requires ability to work independently and experience in 19th- and 20th- century historic site feature and artifact analysis. Supervisory experience and M.A. degree are preferred. Send current c.v., one-page letter of interest, and names of three personal references to Amy Earls, Prewitt and Associates, Inc., 7701 N. Lamar, #104, Austin, TX 78752, fax (512) 459-3851. Include all questions in your cover letter; no telephone calls, please!
The Ohio State University, Department of Anthropology, invites applications for a tenured Associate Professor appointment in archaeology, commencing October 1, 1996. Applicant must have established grant record, active program of research, and publications in leading, peer-reviewed journals. Geographic focus in Middle East or Latin America. Theoretical specialty open. Excellence in teaching and research required. Duties include undergraduate and graduate teaching and advising. Salary commensurate with qualifications. Deadline is September 15, 1995, or until position is filled. Send cover letter, vita, and names of three references to William Dancey, Search Committee Chair, Department of Anthropology, The Ohio State University, 124 W. 17th Ave., Columbus, OH 43210-1364. The Ohio State University is an Equal Opportunity, Affirmative Action Employer.
A full-time position is available with GAI Consultants, Inc., Human Resources. M.A. or Ph.D. in anthropology/historical archaeology is required, along with two years experience in a supervisory CRM role. Position entails proposal writing, research methodology, supervision of fieldwork, data analysis and report writing with primary emphasis on archaeology in the Mid-Atlantic and/or eastern United States. Additional background in industrial and urban archaeology and/or architectural history preferred, but not required. Excellent field, analytical, and report-writing skills are mandatory. Some travel and relocation to Pittsburgh, Pa. is required. Send resume and a list of references with telephone numbers to GAI Consultants, Inc., Human Resources, Attn. Ad #371, 570 Beatty Rd., Monroeville, PA 15146. EOE/MFVH.
PHRI seeks Projects Supervisors and a Projects Managerfor archaeological work in Hawaii and Guam. Graduate degree in archaeology and excellent writing, organizational, and communication skills required. Previous Pacific Basin and/or CRM experience preferred. Projects Supervisor applicants must document at least two years' supervisory field experience (both excavation and survey). Projects Manager applicants must document at least three years supervisory field and one year multiple projects management experience. Send vita and four references to PHRI, 204 Waianuenue Ave., Hilo, HI 96720.
The Navajo Nation Archaeology Department seeks applicants for the position of Project Director (PD) for a multi-phase, multi-site excavation project in and near Kin Tiel ruin, Wide Ruins, Ariz. M.A. in anthropology/archaeology is required, Ph.D. preferred. Four years' experience as PD on large, multi-phase excavation projects is required. Southwestern U.S. CRM experience is preferred. Practical experience working with and for Native Americans is highly recommended. Please submit vita, letter of interest, and three professional references to Director, NNAD, P.O. Box 689, Window Rock, AZ 86515. Applications accepted until May 26, 1995. Navajo individuals are strongly encouraged to apply.
The University of South Florida, Department of Anthropology, seeks a historical archaeologist for a tenure-track assistant professor position starting fall 1995, contingent upon funding. Salary is competitive. Applicants should have Ph.D. in anthropology, teaching experience, strong research record in the Southeast, museology/exhibits background, commitment to public archaeology. USF is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action/Equal Access Institution. For disability accommodations/information, contact Nancy White (813) 974-0815, or email Nancy White. Send letter of application, vita, and three references to Search Committee, Department of Anthropology, University of South Florida, 4202 E. Fowler Ave., Tampa, FL 33620. Review of applicants begins March 30, 1995, and will continue until position is filled.
Gila River Indian Community, Cultural Resource Management Program, seeks full-time supervisory archaeologists for survey and testing projects of prehistoric and historic sites. B.A. degree in anthropology and supervisory field experience are required, M.A. degree preferred. Submit letter of interest, vita, and names of three references to Steven R. James, Project Director, Cultural Resource Management Program, Gila River Indian Community, P.O. Box E, Sacaton, AZ 85247, fax (602) 562- 4008.
Assistant/associate for a nine-month position with research and teaching specialization in historic textiles/costume is sought. Earned doctorate in textiles and clothing or related field with proficiency in two of the following areas: textile history, costume history, archaeological textiles. One degree in human ecology discipline, and research and teaching experience are required. Interdisciplinary research is supported through the collaborative efforts of the Archaeological and Historic Textile Materials Program. Screening begins March 24, 1995. Send letter of application, resume, names and phone numbers of three references to. Sharron J. Lennon, 262 Campbell Hall, 1787 Neil Ave., Columbus, OH 43210-1295, (614) 292-4384. AA/EOE.
University of North Texas, Department of Geography, invites applications for a tenure-track assistant professorship in environmental archaeology, beginning September 1995. To complement the existing program in geoarchaeology, candidates need Ph.D., teaching, research experience, and publications in paleobotany, paleontology/taphonomy, stable isotopes, or other areas; Old World focus preferred. Teaching will include introductory and upper division/graduate courses. UNT is an AA/EEO employer; minorities and women encouraged to apply. Application review begins May 1, 1995, until the position is filled. Send letter of interest, vita, and names of three referees to C. Reid Ferring, Department of Geography, P.O. Box 5277, University of North Texas, Denton, TX 76203.
The Department of Anthropology, University of Montana, invites applications for a faculty position in public anthropology. Duties will be divided between directing the Cultural Heritage Resource Office and teaching cultural resource management and related archaeology courses. This is a new position, and it is anticipated that the successful candidate will develop a program supported by external funding within two years. Requirements include a commitment to building a program, an ability to work within a holistic heritage resource management framework, and a record of securing and completing archaeological contracts and other external support. A completed Ph.D. in anthropology is preferred. The University of Montana is one of the nation's outstanding public universities, committed to liberal arts education, research, and strong professional programs. It is located in Missoula, a cosmopolitan Rocky Mountain community of 70,000, often singled out in national publications for its quality of life. The University of Montana is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer. Consideration of the applications will begin April 10, 1995, with a deadline of May 10, 1995. Applicants should submit a letter of interest, a curriculum vita, and the names of three references by May 10, 1995, to Search Committee, Department of Anthropology, University of Montana, Missoula, MT 59812.
Crow Canyon Archaeological Center, a not-for-profit institution for archaeological research and education, seeks qualified applicants for president. Requires experience and proven leadership skills in management, communications, and fundraising. Applicant must understand and be committed to research and experiential education and be familiar with archaeology, geography, and cultures of the American southwest. Position based in Cortez, Colorado, but involves travel for fundraising, promotion, and public relations. Submit letter of interest, resume or vita, salary expectations, and references to C. Paul Johnson, Chairman of the Board, 30 N. Michigan Ave., Suite 1103, Chicago, IL 60602-3503 by April 15, 1995.
The Center for American Archaeology announces the position of Director of Research at Kampsville, Il. The CAA seeks an established researcher with a Ph.D. in anthropology and accomplishment in midwestern archaeology. The Director of Research reports to the CAA President and provides leadership for the Center's research focus. The Center maintains a museum, collections, repository, field schools, and educational programs. The CAA, with a 40 year presence in the region, has generated a substantial body of research, methodological advances, and published findings. The Director of Research will focus on maximizing research productivity. Responsibilities include overseeing specialty laboratories, seeking research grants, disseminating CAA research through publishing and conferences, and encouraging visiting scholars to utilize the Center's resources. Send application letter, vita, and three references to Research Director Search Committee, CAA, P.O. Box 22, Kampsville, IL 62053.