I just finished reading an article discussing the code of ethics that the San people of South Africa drafted for researchers. It raises an important question that we must answer as anthropologists, how does our work benefit the cultures we research? Find the article here.
Since we are talking about “the field”, Amec Foster Wheeler Environment & Infrastructure seeks seasonal, on-call Archaeology Technicians and Field / Laboratory Supervisors to join their team in Louisville, KY. You will assist on surveys to identify and document archaeological sites as well as excavations to test the National Register site eligibility and large scale field and laboratory investigations to mitigate adverse impacts to significant archaeological resources; you will perform pedestrian reconnaissance, shovel tests, test unit excavation, mechanical excavation monitoring, as well as site documentation and artifact analyses. For more details on how to apply, click here.
The Danish Refugee Council is looking for a Rapid Environmental Assessment Consultant to work in Uganda. You will identify influencing environmental factors and their implication on the environment; understand environmental situation and their vulnerability context; environmental impacts of relief activities in the settlement and catchment areas and make final recommendations for action.The deadline to apply is March 27, 2017. For more details about the job and how to apply, click here.
Good luck, fellow job seekers, and until next week!