Archaeological Data Specialist
Archaeology Southwest seeks a database savvy individual to work with our cyberSW development team. There are hundreds of archaeological projects with existing digital data that need processing and standardization prior to incorporation into cyberSW. The cyberSW development team is using an innovative graph database platform, Neo4j. The Archaeological Data Specialist will be working in formats such as Excel and Access to prepare data for incorporation into cyberSW. Previous experience with Neo4j is not a prerequisite.
Archaeology Southwest is looking for a museum technician to work at the Western Archeological and Conservation Center (WACC), a division of the National Park Service (NPS). The successful candidate will be involved in museum processing and cataloging of materials housed at WACC under the control of the NPS including archeological and historical objects. Training in museum procedures will be provided by NPS museum program staff.
Director of Outreach
The Director of Outreach is responsible for developing and implementing educational programs and volunteer opportunities for Archaeology Southwest. Other key duties include maintaining the organization’s social media presence, marketing Archaeology Southwest programs, and assisting in maintaining the organization’s websites.
Director, Tribal Collaboration Initiative
Archaeology Southwest seeks an individual with proven success in building meaningful and powerful collaborative relationships with Native American Tribes and Nations. The individual should have knowledge of Tribal governance and be able to develop action-oriented programs by, for, and with Indigenous peoples.
Our Preservation Fellowship is currently filled. Interested in future openings? Find out more here.