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jobs in europe ??

"Katleen Vandenbranden" <Katleen.Vandenbranden@...
 

Dear,

Are you aware of jobs for archaeologists in Europe ?

I am a Flemish archaeologist from the University of Leuven, and after two
years still looking for a job in this area. I specialized in the Roman
army, so digging on such site would be a dream come true !!

Thanks anyway,

Bernard Van Daele.

Re: Palaeolithic Fieldschool Leads

Cathy Peterson <cornpatchkid@...>
 

I'm sorry that I can't help you, but I'll keep my ears and eyes open!

Cathy

From: petravic@... (petravic)
Reply-To: shovelbums@...
To: <shovelbums@...>
Subject: [shovelbums] Palaeolithic Fieldschool Leads
Date: Sun, 9 May 1999 17:54:09 -0500

From: petravic@... (petravic)



Hello to all,

This might possibly be off the track for shovelbums, but does anybody know
of a good fieldschool for Palaeolithic France, or eastern Europe. I really
want to find something with a classroom component as well as practical
experience. I have a BA in anthro, teach secondary hist, anthro, & bio, and
have worked at a site in Croatia. Plan to return there this September
barring continued/escalating mayhem in the area, but I would also like to
work earlier, during the summer months. Any leads would be helpful and
thanks in advance : )

Trace Clark
petravic@...
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1. Requisition Number 350
Title Director of Collections
School / UnitFaculty of Arts and Sciences
Reports To Peabody Museum
Location Cambridge
Full Time / Part Time Full-Time
Salary Grade 60
Date Posted 04/23/1999
Duties And Responsibilities
The Peabody Museum of Archaeology and Ethnology invites applications an
nominations for the position of Director of Collections. Reporting to the
Director, the Collections Director will have general oversight of the
museum's extensive holdings as well as supervision of collections-based
personnel (25 or more staff), financial matters, policies and procedures.
The Collections Director will be expected to contribute to the development
of computerized and other collections records as well as to fundin
proposals. Responsibilities include administration, coordination of staff
and departments,and supervision of collections departments including
collection management,registration, conservation, repatriation and
information technology.

Required Education
Qualifications include experience in strategic planning,
administration, computer data management, personnel and grants management.
At least eight years of museum experience is required. Individuals with a
PhD. in the anthropology/archaeology of North America are especially
encouraged to apply. NOTE: Please send resume, cover letter and names of
three references to: Director, Peabody Museum, Harvard University, 11
Divinity Ave., Cambridge, MA 02138. Visit the Peabody Museum's website
(http://www.peabody.harvard.edu) for further information about the museum.
The deadline for applications is March 15, 1999.

Additional
Web Position Listing
Job # 94754 originally posted 01/21/99.
Please tell the employer that you saw this ad on Boston.com. See our
Company Profile on boston.com.
2. Requisition Number 578

Title Temporary Curatorial Assistant in
Midwestern/Plains Archaeology
School / Unit Faculty of Arts and Sciences
Reports To Peabody Museum
Location Cambridge
Full-Time
Salary Grade 55
Date Posted 04/26/1999


Duties And Responsibilities
Assists with Peabody Museum's repatriation effort with a special focus on
archaeological collections from Midwestern and Plains states (IA, IL, KS,
NE, OH, OK, ND, SD, MT). Works under supervision of Curatorial Associate
for North American Archaeologyto consult with Native American groups whose
ancestral homelands are within Midwestern and Plains states area, and to
produce appropriate inventories as required by NAGPRA. Specific duties
include compilation, review and analysis of data from a variety of sources
including museum records, archives, published and unpublished literature,
and collections themselves, and produces syntheses for determining cultural
affiliation. Consultation with Native American groups, other archaeologists
and museums required. Ability to meet project timetable essential.

Required Education
MA and 3-5 years Midwest and Plains states archaeology
experience required. Familiarity with Macintosh environment necessary.
Excellent organizational and research skills, accuracy, attention to
details and good interpersonal skills necessary. Experience with inventory
production under NAGPRA preferable. NOTE: Temporary, one-year grant-funded
position. Send resume and cover letter to Rebecca Chetham, Peabody Museum,
11 Divinity Avenue, Harvard University, Cambridge, MA 02138.


3. Requisition Number 580 Title Temporary Curatorial Assistant in
Southeastern Archaeology
Full-Time Date Posted 04/26/1999

Duties And Responsibilities
Assists with Peabody Museum's repatriation effort with a
special focus on archaeological collections from the Southeast states (AL,
AR, GA, FL, KY, LA, MS, NC, SC, TN). Works under supervision of Curatorial
Associate for North American Archaeology to consult with Native American
groups whose ancestral homelands are within these states, and to produce
appropriate inventories as required by NAGPRA. Specific duties include
compilation, review and analysis of data from a variety of sources
including museum records, archives, published and unpublished literature,
and collections themselves, and produces syntheses for determining cultural
affiliation. Consultation with Native American groups, other archaeologists
and museums required. Ability to meet project timetable essential.

Required Education
MA and 3-5 years related experience in the archaeology
of the Southeastern United States required. Familiarity with the
archaeology of Florida, Georgia, Tennessee, and Kentucky essential.
Familiarity with Macintosh environment necessary. Excellent organizational
and research skills, accuracy, attention to details and good interpersonal
skills necessary Experience with inventory production under NAGPRA
preferable. NOTE: Temporary, one-year grant-funded position. Send resume
and cover letter to Rebecca Chetham, Peabody Museum, 11 Divinity Avenue,
Harvard University,Cambridge, MA 02138.

Copyright 1999 Boston Globe Electronic Publishing, Inc.

Re: Paleolithic Fieldschool Leads

paula miller
 

In a message dated 5/11/99 1:49:47 AM Pacific Daylight Time,
shovelbums@... writes:

<< sage: 2
Date: Mon, 10 May 1999 18:42:11 PDT
From: "Cathy Peterson" <cornpatchkid@...>
Subject: Re: Palaeolithic Fieldschool Leads

I'm sorry that I can't help you, but I'll keep my ears and eyes open!

Cathy

>From: petravic@... (petravic)
>Reply-To: shovelbums@...
>To: <shovelbums@...>
>Subject: [shovelbums] Palaeolithic Fieldschool Leads
>Date: Sun, 9 May 1999 17:54:09 -0500
>
>From: petravic@... (petravic)
>
>
>
>Hello to all,
>
>This might possibly be off the track for shovelbums, but does anybody know
>of a good fieldschool for Palaeolithic France, or eastern Europe. I really
>want to find something with a classroom component as well as practical
>experience. I have a BA in anthro, teach secondary hist, anthro, & bio, and
>have worked at a site in Croatia. Plan to return there this September
>barring continued/escalating mayhem in the area, but I would also like to
>work earlier, during the summer months. Any leads would be helpful and
>thanks in advance : )
>
>Trace Clark
>petravic@...
>----------------------------------------------------------
>Ou sont les neiges d'antan? Ils sont ici! Villon
>
>
> >>

My roommate attended a summer field school in France through the University
of Pennsylvania, two or three years ago. Dr. Harold Dibble was the
instructor. I'll try to find out more info for you! He also went to France
several years before that, through University of Iowa.

Re: .work?

Peter J Nebergall <zigeuner@...>
 

I just arrived. I have a PhD in Anthropology, and an interest in early
and medieval industrial arch. I directed the dig at Howgill Village in
NW Cumbria (UK). I'm also a fully equipped and experienced
archaeological photographer. I'm looking for a long term committment.
Any digs needing a photog for a few years?

Peter J. Nebergall PhD
307 East Ash #36
Columbia MO 65201
zigeuner@...
(660) 291-3368

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new member of shovelbums...(me)

Nectarkind@...
 

To shovelbums,
I'm a December grad from the U. of Northern Iowa. Luckily, I've had a
chance to get my feet wet with both the Forest Service and the Park Service.
I have little difficulty finding job announcements for these (and other)
gov't positions.
My question: how do I find out about private sector arch. positions?
I've heard of a few agencies, even within the state of Iowa, but I've had no
luck locating them. Any suggestions?
Thanks....Daniel VanVuren

Re: new member of shovelbums...(me)

Kathy Wilson <katydidit_1999@...>
 

Daniel,

Your best bet is to contact your State Archaeologist to see who they
have listed in their files. Most offices maintain a listing of folks
that either have offices in that state or at least do work in that
state. I found this to be my best source when tracking down private
sector jobs.

Kathy

--- Nectarkind@... wrote:
From: Nectarkind@...

To shovelbums,
I'm a December grad from the U. of Northern Iowa.
Luckily, I've had a
chance to get my feet wet with both the Forest
Service and the Park Service.
I have little difficulty finding job announcements
for these (and other)
gov't positions.
My question: how do I find out about private sector
arch. positions?
I've heard of a few agencies, even within the state
of Iowa, but I've had no
luck locating them. Any suggestions?
Thanks....Daniel VanVuren

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Re: new member of shovelbums...(me)

Kyle Kearney <kekmank@...>
 

Daniel,
Just contact your state's SHPO and they will furnish you with a
list of the contract companies that work in their state. While they do
not include every single company/person the list will probably help you
out a lot. A good idea is to contact several different states which
you might be interested in working in and get their listings too. Send
out as many resumes as you can with a cover letter explaining your
interests. Most companies do not advertise a lot of their project
openings due to the fast start up time, so they go directly to the pile
of resumes they have on file. This is the prime time of year for
sending out a lot of resumes. Hope this helps.

--- Nectarkind@... wrote:
From: Nectarkind@...

To shovelbums,
I'm a December grad from the U. of Northern Iowa.
Luckily, I've had a
chance to get my feet wet with both the Forest
Service and the Park Service.
I have little difficulty finding job announcements
for these (and other)
gov't positions.
My question: how do I find out about private sector
arch. positions?
I've heard of a few agencies, even within the state
of Iowa, but I've had no
luck locating them. Any suggestions?
Thanks....Daniel VanVuren

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A recent anthropology graduate and looking for jobs

Ashley Watson <ashley@...>
 

Hi my fellow shovel bums!
I recently graduated with B.A. in anthropology from
University of South Alabama on May 9th, and I am searching for jobs. I
want to know if there are any job openings or leads in the northeastern
section of United States, specifically in New Jersey. It may sound like
that I am looking at that area only but I will look at jobs in other
sections of this country also.. Thanks for any help and feedback.

Cheers,
Ashley Watson

.Bones!

DAFR94C@...
 

Does anyone know of any current or proposed burial/cemetery projects??
?

Consultant Osteologist
Philippa Jane Crawford B.A. MS.c
DAFR94C@...
Tel: (914) 229 1919


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Re: A recent anthropology graduate and looking for jobs

Ken Stuart <kstuart@...>
 

Hello all. I've recently joined this list to see what comes across it, so
that annoucements can be added to the Archaeological Fieldwork Server on
the web. In case you haven't visited before, the AFS lists a great number
of fieldwork opportunities - paid positions, CRM jobs, field schools,
whatever is submitted or found on the 'net. All are invited to send
postings for the AFS and to use it to find leads to any sort of fieldwork
of interest.

-Ken Stuart



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Re: Digest Number 11

ArchaeoGal@...
 

There are several contract companies in the Mid-Atlantic area that you can
check out. I don't know any specifics about who may be hiring right now,
though. In NJ, URS Greiner is a large engineering firm that hires
archaeologists. They have a great reputation, both among people who work
there and their clients. MAAR is located in Newark, Delaware, but I don't
know much about them. People who have worked for them have seemed happy.
CHRS (Cultural Heritage Research Services) is located north of Philly, about
10 minutes off the PA Turnpike. They hire field techs full time,
permanently, and give benefits after a few months (rare!). There are many
more companies in the area--lots in the Wash. DC metro area that you could
check out, also. Again, the best idea is to call the State Historic
Preservation Office and ask them to send you their list of companies. Good
luck!

In a message dated 5/13/99 1:51:55 AM Pacific Daylight Time,
shovelbums@... writes:

<< Message: 4
Date: Wed, 12 May 1999 18:47:45 -0500
From: Ashley Watson <ashley@...>
Subject: A recent anthropology graduate and looking for jobs

Hi my fellow shovel bums!
I recently graduated with B.A. in anthropology from
University of South Alabama on May 9th, and I am searching for jobs. I
want to know if there are any job openings or leads in the northeastern
section of United States, specifically in New Jersey. It may sound like
that I am looking at that area only but I will look at jobs in other
sections of this country also.. Thanks for any help and feedback.

Cheers,
Ashley Watson >>

Data Recovery in Central Pennsylvania

Patricia Miller <PEMiller@...>
 

Archaeological field technicians are needed immediately for a data recovery
in the Susquehanna Valley near Liverpool, PA. The site is stratified with
Paleoindian through Terminal Archaic components. Field school training a
minumun, excavation experience preferred. Competitive wages; lodging and
per diem provided. Contact:

Marcia Kodlick
KCI Technologies, Inc.
5001 Louise Drive, Suite 201
Mechanicsburg, PA 17055-6912
Phone 717-691-1340
FAX 717-691-3470
mkodlick@...

FIELD CREW NEEDED

Susan E. Butler <sbutler@...>
 

Louis Berger & Associates, Inc. (Berger) is actively seeking field crew
members for various projects in the Midwest and Eastern United States.
Berger has immediate openings on projects in Iowa, Pennsylvania,
Washington, DC, and Virginia. A B.A. degree in Anthropology or related field
is required.

Please submit cover letter, resume, and references to:

Lauri Chappell
Crew Coordinator
Louis Berger & Associates, Inc.
950 50th Street
Marion, IA 52302
1-888-809-2095
(319) 373-3043 - phone
(319) 373-3045 - fax


__________________________________

Susan E. Butler
Prehistoric Laboratory Supervisor
The Cultural Resource Group
Louis Berger & Associates, Inc.
950 50th Street
Marion, Iowa 52302
(319) 373-3043
(319) 373-3045 - fax
http://www.lba-crg.com
__________________________________

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hfolsom@...
 

Ashley,
I've seen job postings up for a couple of companies:

Leonard G. Bianchi or Jean Howson
Principal Archaeologists
The RBA Group, Inc.
1 Evergreen Place
P.O. Box 1927
Morristown, NJ 07962
phone (201) 898-0300 [note: looks like this phone has the old area code;
maybe the whole number is out of date but try (973)]
fax (973) 898-9472
lbianchi@..., and

and

Cultural Resource Consulting Group
54 Woodbridge Ave.
Highland Park, NJ 08904
732-985-4380
fax 732-985-5989


I heard CRCG mentioned as a good firm; don't know anything else about either
of them, but they're both New Jersey; maybe try giving them a call.

--Heather


Date: Wed, 12 May 1999 18:47:45 -0500
From: Ashley Watson <ashley@...>
Subject: A recent anthropology graduate and looking for jobs

Hi my fellow shovel bums!
I recently graduated with B.A. in anthropology from
University of South Alabama on May 9th, and I am searching for jobs. I
want to know if there are any job openings or leads in the northeastern
section of United States, specifically in New Jersey. It may sound like
that I am looking at that area only but I will look at jobs in other
sections of this country also.. Thanks for any help and feedback.

Cheers,
Ashley Watson





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Archaeology work

james torwalt <jamest@...
 

I was wondering is anyone knows of any overseas archaeology work. I'm a
Classical Archaeologist and would prefer working over there for obvious
reasons. If anyone has any information please let me know. Thanks.

Serena

Re: new member of shovelbums...(me)

Thresheets@...
 

Daniel..
There is a web page of government jobs whose url is:
http://www.usajobs.opm.gov/
At this site you will want to go to professional career button bar and then
the social sience and welfare category on the next page.

Neil Nicholson
P.S. anybody need a field tech? lol

arkansas job

R. Joe Brandon <rjoe@...>
 

From a dept mailing.

Dr. Tim Klinger, Historic Preservation, 1-501-521-3779, is hiring office
help. If you are interested please call him.

Re: .Bones!

shannon mcelmurry <julietrose69@...>
 

hello,
I am still working on my B.A. and I don't know much but my archaeology lab
teacher did some extensive work in huston on a black cemetary before the
civil war. It could be interesting!

thanks,
shannon


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Re: arkansas job

Jayne Wallace <jtw1541@...>
 

dear Joe - Please unsubscribe from the shovelbums list.
thanks.
Jayne T. Wallace
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