The University of Oregon Museum of Natural and Cultural History (MNCH) is hiring cultural resource specialists in Eugene, Oregon!
The University of Oregon's Museum of Natural and Cultural History protects significant collections, enhances knowledge, and encourages stewardship of human and natural history through research, preservation, and education.
As a key member of UO MNCH Archaeological Research Division (a.k.a the Oregon State Museum of Anthropology/OSMA), you will work as part of a project team responsible for conducting archaeological and/or historic preservation research to assist state and municipal agencies with cultural resource management (CRM) obligations. Key functions include conducting field investigations, collecting field data, contributing to sponsor deliverables (including technical reports), and documenting cultural resources with appropriate Oregon State Historic Preservation Office forms. You may also supervise archaeological field technicians and manage portions of larger projects under the supervision of a project manager.
We are seeking successful candidates who meet a) The Secretary of the Interior's qualifications for archaeology and the Oregon State Historic Preservation Office's standards for qualified archaeologists in Oregon AND b) The Secretary of the Interior's qualifications for professional historic preservation staff and the Oregon State Historic Preservation Office's standards for historic preservation in Oregon. The positions are open until filled.
Salary: $39,000-$57,000 per year
Interested candidates, please apply here: https://careers.uoregon.edu/en-us/job/529565/pro-tem-cultural-resources-specialist