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Bishop Museum, Anthropology Department, invites applications for assistant anthropologist, historical archaeology. Minimum requirements, MA in archaeology/anthropology. Preference to candidates with experience in prehistoric and historic archaeology, directing CRM fieldwork, report writing meeting schedule and budget, and experience or interest in Hawai'i/Pacific archaeology. Send cover letter, vita, names of references, and writing samples to Bishop Museum, Personnel Department, 1525 Bernice St., Honolulu, HI 96817, (808) 847-8263. Closing deadline October 15, 1997. Position contingent upon funding.

Bishop Museum, Anthropology Department, invites applications for assistant anthropologist, Hawai'i/Pacific archaeology. Minimum requirement, MA in archaeology/anthropology. Preference to candidates with general background in archaeology, experience directing CRM fieldwork, report writing meeting schedule and budget, and experience in Hawai'i/Pacific archaeology. Competitive salary and benefits. Send cover letter, vita, references, and writing samples to Bishop Museum, Personnel Department, 1525 Bernice St., Honolulu, HI 96817, (808) 847-8263. Closing deadline October 15, 1997. Position contingent upon funding.

Laboratory Director needed to manage all aspects of artifact analysis and curation for a cultural resource management consulting firm. Applicants must have an MA (or equivalent experience) in anthropology, archaeology, or a closely related field, and must have strong organizational and management skills. Specialization in prehistoric lithic analysis is preferred, but those with other historic or prehistoric analytic specialties will be considered. Position is full time with competitive salary and benefits. Send résumé, letter of application, and references to Gary Coppock, Project Manager, Archaeological and Historical Consultants, Inc., P. O. Box 482, Centre Hall, PA 16828. E.O.E.

Archaeologist specializing in complex societies. University of California, Santa Barbara, Department of Anthropology, seeks an archaeologist for a tenure-track position at the assistant professor level, beginning July 1, 1998. Applicants must be specialists in the archaeological study of complex societies, particularly at the complex chiefdom or nascent state level. The candidate must have a strong, well-defined theoretical orientation and an active field research program. Geographic preference is to be given to the Pacific Rim, South/Southeast Asia, and Africa. A methodological specialty that does not overlap significantly with our existing faculty is also desirable. An ability to teach introductory archaeology is essential. Final filing date is November 30, 1997. Please send a vita, a letter describing current and future research directions, names of three references and copies of your exemplary publications to Search Committee Chair, Department of Anthropology, UC Santa Barbara, CA 93106-3210. EO/AA Employer.

Brandeis University, Department of Anthropology, invites applications for a full-time, tenure-track archaeology position at the rank of Assistant Professor, to begin Fall 1998. Demonstrated research and teaching interests in Mesoamerica, South America, or the Southwestern U. S., with specialization in complex societies of the late prehistoric and early post-conquest time periods is sought, along with competence to teach undergraduate courses in biological/physical anthropology. Previous teaching experience and PhD by January 1998 are required. Selected candidates will be interviewed at AAA meetings in Washington but applicants unable to attend will also be considered. Send vita, cover letter, names of three references, an example of written work and, if available, teaching evaluations and samples of course syllabi to Robert N. Zeitlin, Chair, Department of Anthropology, Brandeis University, Waltham, MA 02254. EOE/AAE.

Archaeological Consulting Services (ACS) is seeking to fill CRM positions at all levels (field techs, field directors, analysts and PIs) on a temporary, project by project basis. Our geographic range includes the entire Northeast. This is a perfect arrangement for those who wish to remain active in the CRM world without long term commitment or relocation. Contact Gregory F. Walwer, 145 Union St., Guilford, CT 06437, (203) 458-0550, gwalwer@pantheon.yale.edu

Senior Manager. Builder needed! Greenhorne & O'Mara, Inc., a nationally recognized multi-disciplinary consulting firm has an immediate opportunity in its Greenbelt, MD headquarters for a proven leader/builder in Cultural Resources/Archaeology. Candidates will have an MA in Cultural Resources with a PhD preferred. 36 CFR 61 certification a must along with a minimum of 15 years experience and at least 5 years in a mid-senior level management role with strengths in business development (with private sector marketing preferred) including proposals and presentations, client and employee relations, staffing, billing, strategic planning, and budgeting. Mid-Atlantic experience a must. Competitive salary and excellent benefits, including major medical, dental, 401(k), bonuses, stock purchase plan, and much more. To confidentially explore this opportunity please fax résumé to (301) 220-1897 or email jmarcotte@G-and-O.com, or mail to Greenhorne & O'Mara, Inc., 9001 Edmonston Road, Greenbelt, MD 20770, Attn: JFMCR. Visit our website at: www.G-and-O.com. eoe/aa m/f/h/v.

Washington State University, Department of Anthropology, invites applications for tenure-track assistant professorship, to begin mid-August, 1998. Requirements: PhD in anthropology or related field, completed by Dec. 31, 1997; specialty in zooarchaeology; demonstrated excellence in research and teaching; ability to teach undergraduate introductory courses in general anthropology and physical anthropology, as well as a graduate lab course in zooarchaeology. Preference to candidates with strong evolutionary ecology orientation, research experience in western North America, and sophistication in quantitative methods. WSU is an EEO/AA educator and employer. Protected group members encouraged to apply. Send letter of interest, names of three to five references (with current phone numbers and email addresses) and curriculum vitae by November 21, 1997 to Chair, Zooarchaeology Search, Department of Anthropology, WSU, Pullman, WA 99164-4910.


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