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Native American Scholar In Residence Program


The Native American Scholar in Residence Program contributes to the development of a more holistic understanding of modern and past Native cultures, trust relations, Native perspectives and interpretations in the disciplines of archaeology, anthropology, education, and American Indian studies. Resident Scholars provide program participants with cultural knowledge, perspectives, and insights to existing curricula for student and adult participants from across the nation.

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Application deadline: April 1, 2022

(Please specify which week(s) you are applying for in the letter of interest):

May 22nd – May 28th
May 29th – June 4th
June 5th – June 11th
June 12th – June 18th
June 19th – June 25th

Postdoctoral Scholar in Fauna Analyses — Northern Chaco Outliers Project

  • Position Duration: One Year
  • Full Time/ Exempt
  • Annual Salary $45,000
  • One position available
  • Full Benefits package that includes paid holidays, paid personal time, medical, dental, and vision insurance and a 403(b) tax-deferred annuity plan, and working on a beautiful Campus in Cortez, Colorado.

To Apply:
Send a cover letter, resume, CV, and three references to Human Resources at [email protected] The deadline for receiving the applications 4/23/2021.

Description:
Crow Canyon Archaeological Center is currently seeking a Postdoctoral Scholar in Fauna Analyses for the Northern Chaco Outliers Project. This position will be primarily responsible for the Fauna remains from the Haynie site in Cortez. The Postdoctoral Scholar will be responsible for project designs, conducting analyses and human/environment relationship based archaeological research , by writing professional reports and papers, and entering information into the research database. The primary purpose of this postdoctoral position is to provide the opportunity for the Postdoctoral Scholar to gain skills and experiences to advance in their career. This position is for a one-year term with a possibility of renewal.

Requirements:
Ph.D. required in anthropology or related field (ABD with defense date scheduled will be considered), with a minimum of two years’ experience in archaeological lab work, zooarchaeology, database management, analytical design, and report writing and production. Experience must include analyses of fauna from the U.S. Southwest using current analytical methods and techniques.