An assistant professor position, specializing in Mexican/North Central American Colonial archaeology is available at the University of Calgary (pending budget approval). The Department of Archaeology invites applications for a tenure track position, at the rank of Assistant Professor to teach in the areas of Colonial Period archaeology, historical archaeology, ethnohistory and Colonial Mexican history at both the graduate and undergraduate levels. The successful applicant will develop a graduate program in historical archaeology, have a record of research in the same field, and should be capable of supervising graduate students pursuing historical archaeology elsewhere in the Americas. She or he will participate in the University's Latin American Studies program. It is desirable that the applicant be able to teach undergraduate courses in Mesoamerican prehistory. Ph.D. must be completed by start of appointment. The University of Calgary is committed to employment equity. The appointment will commence July 1, 1998. Applicants should send a letter of application, curriculum vitae, and the names of three referees, by February 1, 1998 to Nicholas David, Acting Head, Department of Archaeology, The University of Calgary, Calgary AB T2N 1N4 Canada, (403) 220-4858.
Skelly and Loy, Inc., an environmental consulting firm, has immediate openings for cultural resource professionals at the Principal Investigator and Field Director levels. Projects include Phase I/II survey and data recovery at prehistoric and historic archaeological sites. Applicants for Principal Investigator and Field Director must meet the Secretary of Interior's Standards and Guidelines, and must have a minimum of two years' professional experience on cultural resource management projects. Strong organizational, technical, and writing skills are a must. Applicants must be flexible and able to work well as part of a team. Skelly and Loy offers competitive salary, benefits and advancement opportunities. Send current résumé, list of at least three recent references, and date of availability to Skelly and Loy, Inc., 520 Seco Rd., Monroeville, PA 15146. Qualified minority and/or female applicants are encouraged to apply. EOE/M/F/V/H. No phone calls.
The Department of Anthropology at the University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign, seeks an archaeologist specializing in the prehistoric peoples of North America. Regional research focus and time period within North America are open. Topical and theoretical expertise should complement existing faculty strengths. This is a full time position at the rank of tenure-track Assistant Professor or tenured Associate Professor. The appointment begins August 21, 1998. Duties will include standard faculty responsibilities for research, teaching, and service. An active program of field research is desired. Additional qualifications include having Ph.D. in hand, publications, and demonstrated excellence in teaching. Our interests in teaching include courses in the areas of candidate's expertise, general archaeology, and a field school. Scholarly excellence is our primary criterion. Salary is open depending upon qualifications. To assure full consideration applications should be received by February 6, 1998. Send vita, samples of publications, a concise statement of research and teaching interests, and the names, addresses (including email), and telephone numbers of four referees to Janet Dixon Keller, Head, Department of Anthropology, 109 Davenport Hall, 607 S. Mathews Ave., University of Illinois, Urbana, IL 61801, (217) 333-3616. The UIUC is an AA/EOE. Position #5797.
Cornell University Department of Anthropology invites applications from archaeological anthropologists for a tenure-track faculty position at the level of assistant professor. Most importantly, we seek a scholar (Ph.D. in hand) whose work combines conceptual innovation, analytical rigor, and substantial research, whatever the geographical or topical specialization. Secondarily, we seek candidates whose interests complement or supplement those of the members of our department in interesting ways. We anticipate that the position will be offered to an anthropologically trained archaeologist whose work transcends subfield boundaries. Applications should include a letter summarizing research record, scholarly interests, and teaching qualifications; a curriculum vitae; and the names and addresses (including telephone and email) of three referees. Cornell is an equal opportunity, affirmative action employer; women and minority members are strongly encouraged to apply. Materials should be sent to Chair, Search Committee, Department of Anthropology, McGraw Hall, Cornell University, Ithaca, NY 14853. The closing date is January 15, 1998.