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Museum Educator, Lubbock Lake Landmark. The Museum of Texas Tech University seeks a dynamic and creative individual to manage, develop, implement, and upgrade educational and public programming at the Lubbock Lake Landmark, an archaeological preserve focusing on the cultural and natural heritage of the region. The position includes giving tours and working with local and regional schools and teachers, youth, adult, and family programming, and volunteer recruitment, training, management, and evaluation; research and development of grant proposals for educational programming; and management of Landmark gift shop. Must be self-motivated, willing to work flexible hours, and have strong communication, planning and organizational, time-management, and interpersonal skills. Candidates must have a master's degree in Museum Science or Anthropology with previous experience in field work and in museum educational programming or curriculum planning. Previous management and supervisory experience within a museum setting is essential. Includes excellent benefits package. Send cover letter, résumé, and three references to Landmark Search Committee, Museum of Texas Tech University, Box 43191, Lubbock, TX 79409-33191. Position open until filled. EOE.

The Cincinnati Museum of Natural History and Science is accepting applications for an archaeologist for the position of Curator of Anthropology. The Curator will manage both Archaeology and Ethnology Departments. The collections include over 1 million items in prehistoric and historic archaeology and 10,000 items in ethnology. Primary duties will include research into Ohio Valley archaeology, care of collections, active participation in exhibit and educational functions of the Museum, and involvement in local and state-level archaeological networks. Minimum qualifications include a Ph.D. in Anthropology with a specialty in archaeology. Research interest in prehistory of the Northeast or Midwest is preferred. Museum experience and an established record of research and funding are desirable. EOE. Send vitae, letter of interest, and examples of publication or research to Kay Bolden-White, Director of Human Resources, Cincinnati Museum of Natural History and Science, Union Terminal, 1301 Western Ave. Cincinnati, OH 45203. Application deadline is March 1, 1996.

Science Applications International Corporation (SAIC) has immediate openings for 1-2 full-time permanent positions in prehistoric archaeology. Competitive salaries and excellent benefits. M.A. required, Ph.D. preferred. Must have strong organizational skills, at least 2 years supervisory experience, demonstrable success in managing large and small field projects, working knowledge of basic statistical analyses and computer applications, excellent writing skills, and a "team-player" attitude. GIS, geoarchaeological, or historic archaeological capabilities would be valuable. With over 20,000 employees, SAIC is the largest employee-owned consulting firm in the United States. Its Cultural Resources Management Group in California specializes in archaeological and historical studies in support of federal, state, and local regulations. Project locations concentrate in California and Nevada but occur throughout the United States. Send one current C.V., a letter of interest, and names of three professional references to Forrest Smith, Personnel Manager, SAIC, 816 State St., Suite 500, Santa Barbara, CA 93101, fax (805) 965-6944. No telephone calls, please.

Arizona State Museum, University of Arizona expects to fill an assistant curator of bioarchaeology position with academic professional status at competitive salary beginning summer 1996. Position involves management of the Museum's extensive human osteological and zooarchaeological comparative collections, institutional coordination with professionals, the public, and Native Americans in the context of repatriation issues, and scholarly research. Teaching a seminar is possible. Candidates should have a background in physical anthropology, human osteology, zooarchaeology, and the archaeology and ethnology of the Greater Southwest. Ph.D. is required and previous publication, repatriation experience, and grants are desired. Closing date is March 15, 1996. Send letter of application, vita, names of three references, and examples of published works to the Director, Arizona State Museum, University of Arizona, Tucson, AZ 85721-0026. The University of Arizona is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity/ADA employer. Women and minorities are particularly encouraged to apply.


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