1) Preparing the curriculum and delivering one or more 2- to 3-week-long training sessions in Afghanistan on aspects of remote sensing, GIS, landscape archaeology, and/or cultural heritage preservation
2) Works with a variety of historical and modern maps, gazetteers, and imagery to inventory known and previously unmapped archaeological site
3) Coordinates with PI to identify and carry out project work plans; on-boarding and supervising hourly student project workers in the CAMEL Lab; orienting student workersâ™ activities to support AHMP goals; generating written monthly and quarterly reports on AHMP activity; and responding to ad hoc sponsor requests for information
1) Position requires international travel for one or more 2- to 3-week-long training sessions in Afghanistan on aspects of remote sensing, GIS, landscape archaeology, and/or cultural heritage preservation
2) Works collaboratively, with other grant staff, to pursue for publication archaeological landscape and cultural heritage projects arising from the collected data.
1) Degree in Anthropology, Archaeology, or a related field and experience in archaeological applications of Geographical Information Systems and geospatial database management.
2) Reading knowledge of French and/or Russian is desirable.
1) Experience with both the management of vector geospatial databases (in ESRIâ™s ArcGIS suite) and the interpretation of historical and modern satellite imagery (in ArcGIS and other software packages) for archaeology and cultural heritage projects in Afghanistan, the Mediterranean, Near East, and/or Central Asia.
1) Cover letter 2) Resume
3) Three references (not to be contacted unless finalist)
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