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  • R. Joe Brandon
    Folks: PLease pass this along to anybody ya know. . . BTW: the AAS is also looking for a Ph.D. level Station Archeologist for their Arkidelphia Research
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      Folks:

      PLease pass this along to anybody ya know. . . BTW: the AAS is also
      looking for a Ph.D. level Station Archeologist for their Arkidelphia
      Research Station.

      ADIOS,

      jcb
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      POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT

      Archeological Research Assistant
      Two Positions

      University of Arkansas At Monticello Research Station
      and Blytheville Research Station

      Job Description: Duties will include fieldwork, public contact
      and outreach, collection and record management, and assistance on
      research projects.

      Position and Location: Positions are a full-time, non-tenure
      track. Individuals will be based in Monticello and work for the Survey
      Archeologist at the Monticello Research Station, and in Blytheville and
      work for the Survey Archeologist there at the Blytheville Research
      Station.

      Qualifications: Advanced Degree in Anthropology preferred but not
      required. Field experience, familiarity with Eastern U.S. archeology, a
      driver's license, and enthusiasm for public archeology are essential
      qualifications. Good communication skills, archeological experience in
      the Southeast, and familiarity with computers are highly recommended.
      The Assistant's activities will vary with the seasons and other office
      activities at both stations.

      Salary: $18,000 - $25,000 depending on qualifications.

      Starting Date: September or October 1999

      Anticipated Application Closing Date: August 31, 1999

      Application: Statement of interest, resume, and names of three
      references should be sent to:

      Dr. Thomas J. Green
      Arkansas Archeological Survey
      2475 N. Hatch Avenue
      Fayetteville, Arkansas 72704

      For maps of territory and other information check out the AAS web site
      at:

      http://www.uark.edu/campus-resources/archinfo/index.html

      The Arkansas Archeological Survey is a unit of the University of
      Arkansas System. The University of Arkansas is an equal
      opportunity/affirmative action institution.


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      R. Joe Brandon
      http://www.cast.uark.edu/~rjoe
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