Job Announcement

Rebecca Joseph (josephr@IIA.ORG)
Thu, 13 Oct 1994 10:39:00 -0400

Please share the following announcement with colleagues and students:

The National Park Service invites applications for an
anticipated, full-time position as Maine Acadian Culture Project Manager
to coordinate implementation of public-private partnerships as authorized
by the Maine Acadian Culture Preservation Act. Ph.D. in Cultural
Anthropology and fluency in French required. Candidates must demonstrate
ability to develop and manage complex, regional programs and work
effectively with diverse constituencies including Federal, State, and
local governments; museums; educational institutions; and private
voluntary organizations. Experience in one or more of the following areas
strongly desired: 1) language preservation programs; 2) resource
management; 3) historic preservation; 4) interpretation; 5) planning.
Working knowledge of U.S.-Canada border communitiies preferred. This is a
highly challenging, one-year position with growth potential located in
the Upper St. John Valley, northern Aroostook County, Maine. Salary to be
determined. Preliminary interviews will be conducted at the AAA annual
meeting in Atlanta. Applicants should send a letter of interest that
addresses the position requirements, vita, and names and addresses of
three references by November 30, 1994 to Rebecca Joseph, Regional
Cultural Anthropologist, North Atlantic Region, National Park Service, 15
State Street, Boston, MA 02109.