Submitted: 12 September 2022
Department: Physical Anthropology
Institution: Cleveland Museum of Natural History
Job type: Part time
Apply by: 25 September 2022
Application URL: https://workforcenow.adp.com/mdf/recruitment/recruitment.html?cid=49c26a0f-b438-4d50-910e-e2fca33d6a29&jobId=449381&lang=en_US&source=EN

The Physical Anthropology Department is looking for an Osteologist to oversee the maceration and rehousing of nearly 1,000 primates included in the Hamann-Todd Non-human Primate Skeletal Collection (NHPC). The Osteologist will work in collaboration with the Physical Anthropology Collections staff and be responsible for training and overseeing volunteers, managing the skeletal processing lab, inventorying remains, and documenting the progress of the project.

This is a two-year grant funded position.

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