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Posted: 06/16/2009

Employer
SEARCH

Professional cultural resource management firm


Position
Principal Investigator--Pacific Region
Type
Professional Opportunity
Location
Honolulu, HI
Details
 

Southeastern Archaeological Research, Inc. (SEARCH) is seeking a Principal Investigator to support multiple projects across the Pacific Region. Applicants should have: Ph.D. or MA in Anthropology (or related field) with an emphasis on Oceania research, ten years of regional archaeology experience, superior technical writing ability, command of Federal and DoD cultural resource law/regulations, and a demonstrated ability to lead major multidisciplinary projects.

The position will be based out of the SEARCH office in Honolulu, Hawaii and will include travel across the region and to SEARCH offices in Florida and the eastern U.S.

SEARCH is an equal opportunity employer and a drug-free workplace. The position will be filled after the successful completion of a drug test and a criminal background check. Applicants should be United States citizens and able to receive government security clearances. Pay will be commensurate with experience.

Go to www.searchinc.com for more information about SEARCH, and please see our Careers page for benefits information.

OPen until
Until Filled

How to apply
In Word or as a PDF, please send a cover letter, resume, three references, a writing example, and dates of your availability to Bruce Nodine via email to Bruce@searchinc.com. SEARCH will treat all employment inquires with discretion.
Bruce Nodine
Phone: (352) 333-0049
Fax: (352) 333-0069
ADDRESS
315 NW 138th Terrace
Newberry, FL 32669

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