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Posted: 06/28/2017

Employer
State of Vermont
Division for Historic Preservation

The Vermont Division for Historic Preservation serves as the State Historic Preservation Office.


Position
Vermont Archaeology Month Coordinator Temporary Position
Type
Professional Opportunity
Location
Barre, VT
U.S
Details
 

The Vermont Division for Historic Preservation is offering a temporary coordinator position to assist the State Archaeologist in coordinating and implementing the Vermont Archaeology Month (VAM) program, which occurs each September. The period of work is from approximately August 1 through November 1, 2017. The successful application will work 24 hours per week, under the immediate direction of the State Archaeologist and be based at the Archaeology Heritage Center at 60 Washington Street in Barre. Occasional workdays will be held at the Division for Historic Preservation offices in the National Life Building in Montpelier. During the month of September, the successful applicant will be expected to assist at VAM events, which occur during the day, evenings, and on weekends.

Position Objective: The temporary coordinator will help plan, organize, and implement Vermont Archaeology Month, a program consisting of archaeology and history-related events across the state throughout the month of September 2017. The individual will act as a critical liaison between the event coordinators/presenters and the State Archaeologist, and will attend events in an organizational and ambassadorial capacity as needed.

Goals for the Position: The temporary coordinator will gain knowledge about Vermont archaeology and local history, improve organizational skills, learn about marketing and promotional strategies, network with archaeology and history professionals across the state, and improve skills around social media.

Tasks that will be performed include:

1. Implement existing work plans and maintain VAM project schedule.

2. Contact event sponsors and finalize details for events.

3. Work with VDHP team and Chief Marketing Office to finalize marketing and promotion plan.

4. Distribute promotional materials and other information to various venues and to host sites.

5. Respond to questions and answer emails about VAM.

6. Work with Department of Tourism & Marketing and the State Archaeologist to draft media releases; distribute final media releases by email, etc.

7. Enter Calendar of Events into various newspapers and online portals.

8. Maintain VAM Facebook and promote VAM through other social media.

9. Produce a summary report detailing the accomplishments of the work period and recommendations for future progress.

Minimum Qualifications:

Undergraduate student experienced in Anthropology, Archaeology, Public History, Museum Studies, Historic Preservation, or another related field.

-or-

Graduate student (MA) in Anthropology, Archaeology, Public History, Museum Studies, Historic Preservation, or another related field.

Knowledge and experience with archaeology recommended. Experience with Microsoft EXCEL helpful. Experience with major social media platforms such as Facebook helpful.

OPen until
06/19/2017

How to apply
If interested, please send a brief cover letter and résumé to Jess Robinson at jess.robinson@vermont.gov. Materials must be received no later than Wednesday, July 19, 2017
Jess Robinson
Phone: 8022722509
Fax: 8022722509
ADDRESS
Vermont Division for Historic Preservation
1 National Life, 6th Floor, Davis Building
Montpelier, VT 05620
US

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