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POSITIONS OPEN


Head of Anthropology Collections
The Field Museum of Natural History invites applications for a Head of Collections for its large and diverse anthropology collection. An energetic and creative candidate is sought, who will skillfully oversee and coordinate all aspects of collections management, including research, exhibition, education, preservation, and computerization. The position requires excellent management and administrative skills. The Head of Collections will spearhead an active and exciting grant program. The successful candidate is someone who is outward-focused and innovative, and who has thoughtful new ideas about how to expand use of the anthropology collections to address the research and public learning goals of the department. The Head of Collections must work effectively with the current staff in anthropology as well as with other museum divisions and public programs. A graduate degree in anthropology is necessary, as is substantial collections experience and facility with computers. Women and minority candidates are encouraged to apply. The Field Museum is an equal opportunity employer. The deadline for application is April 15, 1999. Send cover letter, vita, and the names of three references to Chair, Collection Search Committee, Department of Anthropology, Field Museum of Natural History, Roosevelt Rd. at Lake Shore Dr., Chicago, IL 60605.

Assistant Professorship in Archaeology
The Department of Anthropology and Geography at Georgia State University invites applicants for an anticipated tenure-track assistant professorship in archaeology beginning August 1999. Applicants should have a Ph.D. in anthropology. The candidate will contribute to the undergraduate and graduate programs within the department. The area of specialization is open, but preferences will be given to persons specializing in urban archaeology, expertise in regional analysis, archaeological survey methods, and whose theoretical and methodological perspectives link with the department's strong program in Geographic Information Systems. Salary will be commensurate with qualification and experience. Applications will begin immediately and will be accepted until the position is filled. Send letters of application, vita, and names of three references to Chair, Anthropology Search Committee, Department of Anthropology and Geography, Georgia State University, Atlanta, GA 30303-3083. Georgia State University is an employment educational institution/affirmative action employer.

Principal Investigator
Hemisphere Field Services, Inc. (doing business as IMAC) anticipates an opening for one or more cultural resources professionals at the Principal Investigator level. IMAC is a full-service consulting company providing cultural resource, geophysical, GIS, environmental, and related services throughout the United States and abroad, with regional offices Minnesota, North Dakota, and Arkansas. Qualifications for the position include a Ph.D. in anthropology or related field, and minimum five to seven years experience with all aspects of cultural resources management. Candidates must be able to demonstrate abilities in writing and implementing effective research designs; strong organizational, technical, and writing skills; experience with a variety of database management systems; and produce quality reports in a timely and cost-effective manner. Additional consideration will be given to candidates with experience in the Midwest and Plains regions who have an understanding of current archaeological research methods and theory and a record of professional paper presentation and publication. Applicants must be flexible, willing to travel, and able to work well with support and technical staff. Strong communication skills with the ability to work independently as well as part of a team are highly desired. Responsibilities for the position include: Develop and manage field strategies for CRM projects, coordinate artifact and data analysis, and provide technical oversight and management for the preparation of CRM reports. Potential to assist with marketing and project development. Hemisphere Field Services, Inc. (IMAC) offers a competitive salary and benefits. To apply, send a cover letter, vita, and three professional references to Selection Committee, Hemisphere Field Services, Inc., 2635 4th St. SE, Minneapolis, MN 55414.

Archaeological Field Supervisor
Hemisphere Field Services, Inc. (doing business as IMAC) anticipates openings for cultural resources professionals at the Archaeological Field Supervisor level. IMAC is a full-service consulting company providing cultural resource, geophysical, GIS, environmental, and related services throughout the United States and abroad, with regional offices in Minnesota, North Dakota, and Arkansas. Qualifications for the position include: an M.A. in anthropology or closely related field, minimum three years experience in field and laboratory work, formal training (i.e., field school), and practical work experience. Experience with prehistoric site survey and evaluation in the Midwest and Plains regions is preferred. Demonstrated ability to manage crews under the supervision of a principal investigator and project manager and to work effectively with field, lab, and support staff is essential. Good writing and computer skills are required. Salary is competitive and based on experience. To apply, send vita and references along with availability information to Selection Committee, Hemisphere Field Services, Inc., 2635 4th St. SE, Minneapolis, MN 55414, (612) 623-0299, fax (612) 623-0177.

Historic Archaeologist, CRM
Hemisphere Field Services, Inc. (doing business as IMAC) anticipates an opening for one cultural resources professionals at the Historic Archaeologist level. IMAC is a full-service consulting company providing cultural resource, geophysical, GIS, environmental, and related services throughout the United States and abroad, with regional offices in Minnesota, North Dakota, and Arkansas. Qualifications for the position include: at least a M.A. in anthropology or closely related field and five to seven years experience in historic sites research. Years of experience must include a minimum of three years of practical fieldwork experience. Candidates must be able to demonstrate abilities in writing and implementing effective research designs, an understanding of current archaeological research methods and theory as applied to historic sites, and a record of professional paper presentation and publication experience, with historic site survey and evaluation, preferrably in the Midwest and Plains regions. Demonstrated ability to manage crews under the supervision of a principal investigator and project manager and to work effectively with field, lab, and support staff. Experience in database management is a plus. Applicants must be flexible, willing to travel, and able to work effectively with support and technical staff. Good writing and computer skills are required. Salary is competitive and based on experience. To apply, send a cover letter, vita, and three professional references to Selection Committee, Hemisphere Field Services, Inc. 2635 4th St. SE, Minneapolis, MN 55414, fax (612) 623-0177.

Archaeological Field Technicians
Hemisphere Field Services, Inc. (doing business as IMAC) anticipates openings for Archaeological Field Technicians for the 1999 field season. Qualification for the position is a B.A. in anthropology or related field. Field school and/or commensurate experience is required. Experience with prehistoric and historic site excavation in the Upper Midwest and/or Plains is preferred. The pay scale ranges from $9 to $13 per hour, based on education and experience. To apply, send a cover letter, vita, and three professional references to Selection Committee, Hemisphere Field Services, Inc. 2635 4th St. SE, Minneapolis, MN 55414, fax (612) 623-0177.

Contract Archaeologist
The Archaeology Service Center (ASC) at Murray State University seeks a contract archaeologist meeting the Secretary of Interior's minimum qualifications, with experience in the Ohio/Mississippi River valley. Staff archaeologist position is initially paid on a per contract basis. Work begins immediately. Send résumé and names of three references to Ken Carstens, Director, ASC, Rm. 317 Ordway Hall, Murray State University, Murray, KY 42071, (502) 762-4058.


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