Positions- Historic Preservation Specialist

FEMA currently has multiple openings for Historic Preservation Specialists. Please see the DCC HSSP Position Announcement for more information. Other helpful links: Environmental Planning and Historic Preservation | FEMA.gov Careers at FEMA | FEMA.gov

Position- Research Station Archeologist

The Arkansas Archeological Survey (ARAS) invites applications for a permanent, full-time position as Research Station Archeologist based at the University of Arkansas at Pine Bluff, just south of Little Rock. The responsibilities of station

Veterans Archaeology Network

Please check out the new network created to support veterans in archaeology-- the Veterans Archaeology Network. Veterans Archaeology Network Facebook Page Mission Statement The Veterans Archaeology Network (VAN) was created to support military

SAA 2024 Southeast Session Series

At the upcoming 89th Annual Meeting of the Society for American Archaeology (April 17-21, 2024), to be held at the New Orleans Marriott and Sheraton New Orleans in downtown New Orleans, select sessions focused on archaeology of the "local

SAA 2024 Excursions

At the upcoming 89th Annual Meeting of the Society for American Archaeology (April 17-21, 2024), conference attendees can opt to participate in several guided tours as SAA excursions to places of interest in and near New Orleans. Registration

Position-State Archaeologist of North Carolina

The State Archaeologist directs the statewide archaeology program within the Division of Historical Resources, Office of Archives and History, Department of Natural and Cultural Resources. The position supervises and manages professional

Position: Archaeologist

Marstel-Day, LLC, a premier environmental and cultural resources consulting firm, is seeking a senior- or mid-level SOI-qualified archaeologist to manage and support a wide array of interesting cultural resources projects in the District of

Position- Field Director

Tennessee Valley Archaeological Research (Huntsville, AL) is looking for two (2) field directors with a minimum of a master’s degree in anthropology or a related field and at least three years of experience in cultural resource management