Job Opening - Public Arch/Anthro

Randall R Skelton (
3 Mar 1995 15:29:35 -0700


Job Description

The Department of Anthropology, University of Montana invites
applications for a non-tenure line assistant professor in public

Duties will be divided between directing the Cultural Heritage
Resource Office and teaching cultural resource management and
related archaeology courses. This is a new position, and it is
anticipated that the successful candidate will develop a program
that is supported by external funding within two years.

Requirements include a commitment to building a program, an
ability to work within a holistic heritage resource management
framework, and a record of securing and completing archaeological
contracts and other external support. A completed Ph.D. in
anthropology is preferred. Members of minority groups and women
are encouraged to apply.

The University of Montana is one of the nation's outstanding
public universities, committed to liberal arts education,
research, and strong professional programs. It is located in
Missoula, a cosmopolitan Rocky Mountain community of 70,000,
often singled out in national publications for its quality of

Consideration of applications will begin on April 10, 1995 with a
deadline of May 10, 1995. Applicants should submit a letter of
interest, a curriculum vitae, and the names of three references
to Search Committee, Department of Anthropology, University of
Montana, Missoula, Montana 59812-1001. EOE/AAE.

For questions of additional information contact Dr. John Douglas
( or (406) 243-2693.