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POSITIONS OPEN

Position: Assistant Director
Location: Binghamton University, New York
The Public Archaeology Facility (PAF) at Binghamton University (SUNY) invites applicants for a three-year professional position in historical archaeology beginning spring 2000. The successful candidate will serve as the assistant director of PAF (a research center specializing in CRM investigations and student training). This individual will assist with administration and help shape future research programs in historical archaeology. The successful candidate also will advise students and staff on their research projects and will have opportunities for individual research and graduate teaching. Preferred qualifications: Ph.D. in anthropology (focus on historical archaeology, preferably in the eastern United States); 3­5 years experience in CRM supervisory, analytical, and research design skills; demonstrated commitment to research and publication within a CRM context; strong administrative, interpersonal, and mentoring skills; theoretical focus on social history and political economy; and college/university teaching experience. Send a cover letter, vita, and names of three references to Archaeology Search Committee, PAF, Binghamton University, Binghamton, NY 13902-6000, email: nversagg@binghamton.edu). Applications received by February 1, 2000 will receive full consideration. Binghamton University is an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer.

Position: Tenured Faculty Position and Program Director
Location: University of California-Los Angeles (UCLA)
UCLA announces a full-time, tenured position as a faculty member and director of the new Getty M.A. Program in the Conservation of Archaeological and Ethnographic Material. This program is a collaboration of the Cotsen Institute of Archaeology at UCLA and the J. Paul Getty Trust and focuses on the conservation of archaeological and ethnographic materials. Students for this three-year program will first be admitted for the fall of 2002. The director will lead the final planning stages of the program that will include the curriculum and course development and the hiring of two other faculty for the program. After its inception, the director will administer and teach within the program. Candidates should: (1) possess an advanced degree in conservation or related field (anthropology, archaeology, atmospheric science, chemistry, etc.); (2) be able to demonstrate experience in issues relating to archaeological/ethnographic conservation and teaching; (3) demonstrate experience in administration and fund raising; and (4) be an active researcher in conservation issues. Consideration of files will begin on February 15, 2000, and will continue until the job is filled. Please send letters of interest, a curriculum vita, and three names and addresses as references to Conservation

Search Committee, The Cotsen Institute of Archaeology at UCLA, Fowler A-210, UCLA, Los Angeles, CA 90095-1510, email: sanchezj@ucla.edu. UCLA is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Position: Assistant Director
Location: University of California-Los Angeles (UCLA)
The Cotsen Institute of Archaeology at UCLA invites applications for the position of assistant director. The assistant director will be in charge of the day-to-day intellectual and research activities within the institute. This individual will also play a major role in developing and shaping the future directions of the institute. A strength in administration as well as a vision of the future of archaeological research are desired. Time for individual research or teaching is part of this position. Ph.D. or M.A. in archaeology or related field dealing with ancient societies (anthropology, classics, near eastern studies, etc.) is required. Additional information about the institute can be found at: www.sscnet.ucla.edu/ioa. The deadline for applications is January 21, 2000. Send application letter, curriculum vita, and names and addresses of three references to Assistant Director Search Committee, The Cotsen Institute of Archaeology at UCLA, Fowler A-210, UCLA; Los Angeles, CA 90095-1510.

Position: Visiting Scholar|
Location: University of California-Los Angeles (UCLA)
The Cotsen Institute of Archaeology at UCLA invites applications for the annual Cotsen Visiting Scholars position. The purpose of this program is to invite an archaeologist (recent Ph.D. to senior scholar) to join the Cotsen Institute of Archaeology and to teach one graduate seminar, conduct own research and writing, and participate in the activities of the institute during the 2000­2001 academic year. The Cotsen Visiting Scholar will be in residence for a period of one to three 10-week quarters (October 1­June 20). A stipend of $30,000 is available. Additional information about the institute can be found at: www.sscnet.ucla.edu/ioa. Candidates should send a letter of application that describes their current research, the proposed research/writing activities at the institute, and the proposed seminar to be taught at UCLA. In addition, candidates should send a curriculum vita and three names and addresses of references. The deadline for applications is March 1, 2000. Applications should be sent to Cotsen Visiting Scholar Committee, The Cotsen Institute of Archaeology at UCLA, Fowler A-210, Los Angeles, CA 90095-1510.

Position: Director, Center for Spatial Information
Location: Central Washington University
The Center for Spatial Information (CSI) at Central Washington University is seeking a proactive, technically proficient director with interest and skills in creating opportunities for a wide spectrum of spatial technology users. The director may participate in CSI projects and carry his/her own externally funded projects. Experience with granting agencies, previous success in writing and obtaining grants, and excellent communications skills are important. The CSI director is a nontenure track, 12-month faculty position, reporting to the dean of Graduate Studies and Research. For position announcement and application procedures, see www.cwu.edu/~csi. AA/EOE/Title IX Institution.

Position: Assistant Professor
Location: Ohio University
Ohio University seeks an assistant professor in archaeology with a strong preference for specialization in bioarchaeology. This appointment is a nontenure track, leave replacement position which may extend for up to three years, beginning September 2000. Teaching load is two courses per quarter, with both service courses and upper-division undergraduate courses as part of the responsibilities. The successful candidate must be capable of teaching large introductory courses in all subfields, especially cultural anthropology. A Ph.D. is preferred but ABD will be considered. Additional information can be found at www.ohiou.edu. Send cover letter, curriculum vita, writing samples, evidence of teaching effectiveness, and three letters of reference to Tibor Koertvelyessy, Anthropology Search, Dept. of Sociology and Anthropology, Ohio University, Athens, OH 45701-2979. Review of applicants begins on January 15, 2000. Ohio University is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer.

Position: Supervising Archaeologist
Location: Portland, Oregon
AINW has a full-time, regular position open for a supervising archaeologist in its Portland, Oregon, office. Minimum requirements include an M.A. or M.S. degree in anthropology or closely related field and 3 to 5 years of archaeological experience, including supervision of field personnel. The successful candidate also will have strong scientific writing skills and the ability to collaborate and work with other staff in the production of professional reports. Familiarity with cultural resource management laws and regulations and Pacific Northwest archaeology, history, and geography is strongly desired. A supervising archaeologist is expected to manage and supervise field crews and collect, analyze, and interpret field and laboratory data under the direction of senior staff. As much as half of the time may be spent performing fieldwork, and a valid driver license is necessary. The position requires working cooperatively with managers, technical staff, and administrative staff. This is a regular, full-time position that includes benefits and requires living within the Portland-Vancouver commuting area. There is no closing date on this position. The position will be filled when the appropriate candidate has been selected, so we encourage those interested to respond as soon as possible. To apply for this position, send a letter of interest and availability, a current résumé/vita, and the names and contact information of three references that can provide information about your capabilities and employment experience to Jo Reese, AINW, 2632 SE 162nd Ave., Portland, OR 97236. Or for additional information, contact Jo Reese (jo@ainw.com) or John L. Fagan (john@ainw.com). AINW's Web site provides information about the firm at www.ainw.com. AINW is an Equal Opportunity Employer and does not discriminate against any employee or applicant or employment based on race, color, religion, gender, national origin, age, or handicap.

Position: Senior Archaeologist
Location: Portland, Oregon
AINW has a full-time, regular position open for a senior archaeologist in its Portland, Oregon, Office. Minimum requirements include an M.A. or M.S. degree in anthropology or closely related field and 5 to 8 years of archaeological experience. Previous experience must include management of field and office personnel and coordination with clients to complete projects successfully. A thorough knowledge of cultural resource management laws and practices is required and familiarity with Native American tribes and government agencies in the Pacific Northwest is strongly desired. The successful applicant must have clear writing skills, the ability to collaborate and work with other staff in the production of professional reports, and knowledge of the archaeology, history, and geography of the Pacific Northwest. A senior archaeologist is expected to manage and supervise all activities and personnel associated with archaeological surveys and excavations and ensure that projects meet AINW's high standards and conform to the scope of work, budget, and schedule. Preparation of reports and coordination of contributions of other staff to complete final reports is a significant element of the position. As much as one-quarter of the time may be spent performing fieldwork, and a valid driver's license is necessary. The position requires working cooperatively with managers, technical staff, and administrative staff. Assisting in preparation of proposals is expected to be part of the position. This is a regular, full-time position that includes benefits and requires living within the Portland-Vancouver commuting area. There is no closing date on this position. The position will be filled when the appropriate candidate has been selected, so we encourage those interested to respond as soon as possible. To apply for this position, send a letter of interest and availability, a current résumé/vita, and the names and contact information of three references that can provide information about your capabilities and employment experience to Jo Reese, AINW, 2632 BE 162nd Ave., Portland, OR 97236. For additional information, contact Jo Reese (jo@ainw.com) or John L. Fagan (john@ainw.com). AINW 's Web site provides information about the firm at www.ainw.com. AINW is an Equal Opportunity Employer and does not discriminate against any employee or applicant for employment based on race, color, religion, gender, national origin, age, or handicap.

Position: Director, Behavioral and Cognitive Sciences Division
Location: National Science Foundation, Arlington, Virginia
The National Science Foundation's (NSF) Directorate for Social, Behavioral and Economic Sciences seeks candidates for the position of Director, Division of Behavioral and Cognitive Sciences (BCS). The incumbent provides leadership to programs and initiatives supporting research and education in the psychological, cognitive, linguistic, anthropological, and geographical sciences. Appointment to this senior executive service position may be on a 2- to 3-year limited term basis in the federal service at the ES-1 to ES-4 salary range (currently $110,351 to $125,900) or on assignment under Intergovernmental Personnel Act (IPA) provisions. Applicants must have a Ph.D. or professional experience in a relevant disciplinary field, substantial research administration experience, and demonstrated leadership skills. Announcement EP 00-6, with position requirements and application procedures, is located on the NSF Home Page (www.nsf.gov/home/chart/work.htm#hrm). Applicants may also obtain announcements by calling the Executive Personnel and Development Branch on (703) 306-0755. Hearing impaired individuals may call TDD (703) 306-0189. Applications must be received by March 1, 2000. NSF is an equal opportunity employer committed to employing a highly qualified staff reflecting the diversity of our nation.

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