Candidates must have completed at least their junior year in history, architectural history, historic preservation, landscape history, archaeology or closely related degree program. The successful candidate must be flexible, able to work well both independently and with others, possess a positive attitude, have excellent organizational skills, be detail-oriented and possess a strong work ethic. Experience conducting research and exceptional written communication skills are a must. Proficiency in Microsoft software, experience using digital cameras, and the ability to handle multiple tasks
concurrently is required. The ability to perform these duties in either an office or field environment is required.
This position requires the ability to lift 25 pound boxes to a height of 3-4 feet and load them into a vehicle for delivery to our public outreach partners.
This position requires a valid drivers license.
A BA/BS or graduate degree in history, architectural history, historic preservation, landscape history, archaeology or closely related field. Additional desired qualifications include experience with public outreach content and material development, public education, and graphic design. Knowledge of Alaska, archaeology, military and/or World War II/Cold War era history is also desirable. Proficiency with Adobe Photoshop, Adobe Illustrator, and Adobe InDesign is also preferred, but not required.