Archaeology Making the News – A Service of the Center for Desert Archaeology
– Collection of Preservation Resources Posted On-Line by NCPTT: The National Center for Preservation Technology and Training has made a number of preservation technology papers and videos available on-line. (Thanks to Brian Kenny!)
http://tinyurl.com/olroj – NCPTT/NPS
– University of Arizona Anthropology Doctoral Candidate Tasked With Preservation of Iraqi Ruin: Far removed from explosives and insurgents, Army Capt. Jesse Ballenger is fighting a different war in Iraq. The National Guard member from Tucson is on a mission to protect one of the nation’s historic jewels, an ancient city that one day could be a tourism draw and job creator for future generations of Iraqis. Ballenger, a doctoral candidate in archaeology at the University of Arizona when he’s not in camouflage, has found himself in the midst of Army efforts to safeguard the famed Hatra ruins, a 2,000-year-old walled compound rising from the desert in less-turbulent northern Iraq.
– Employment Opportunity (Tucson): Pima Country seeks a special staff assistant for various professional planning, review, and management tasks related to cultural resource management and provides cultural resource compliance assistance to County departments and the public sector, and involves professional and highly specialized archaeological and historic preservation knowledge and experience to ensure compliance with county, state, and federal historic preservation laws and policies working with other Cultural Resources and Historic Preservation office staff and with other County departments and the private sector.
– Employment Opportunity (Washington, DC): The National Park Service is seeking a director for the Cooperative Ecosystem Studies Unit (CESU).
http://tinyurl.com/peog4 – USA Jobs