Southern Illinois University Carbondale is seeking a knowledgeable NAGPRA Coordinator with exceptional communication and interpersonal skills to collaborate across SIU campuses to ensure compliance with all NAGPRA regulations. This role will report to the Center for Archaeological Investigations and provide support to the Center for Archaeological Investigations, University Museums, and Anthropology programs on the Carbondale, Edwardsville, and School of Medicine campuses and interact on a regular basis with museum leaders, legislators, and the media. The Coordinator will serve as the primary campus contact for compliance and research to ensure all applicable policies, laws, and regulations are being met and upheld. The coordinator will work closely and collaboratively with NAGPRA Committee leaders and team members. This is an administrative professional position.
Qualifications Required Qualifications: Master’s Degree in Anthropology, Archaeology, History, Geography, Museum Studies or other relevant degrees and 2 years of relevant experience including:
Experience working with NAGPRA Compliance Regulations and Federal/non-Federally Recognized Tribes in a higher education, non-profit or government setting.
Evidence of securing and managing grants.
Preferred Qualifications: PhD in Anthropology, Archaeology, History, Geography, or other relevant degrees.
Experience with curation in Higher Education on NAGPRA Compliance Regulations and Federal/non-Federally Recognized Tribes in a higher education, non-profit or government setting.
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