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DATE ADDED: 21/02/2015

University of Alabama

Director of Museum Research and Collections

Ref: 498895

Full time

Salary: based on qualifications

Source: SPNHC jobs

Job Summary: 

The Director of Museum Research and Collections is responsible for facilitating and promoting the pursuit, discovery and dissemination of knowledge through museum-based research conducted by University faculty, curators, and students as well as outside researchers. The Director will provide oversight for the acquisition of objects for the UA Museums collections and for the management of the collections, including necessary and appropriate documentation, conservation, preservation, protection, preparation, research, exhibition, and interpretation of collections objects belonging to or in the temporary custody of UA Museums. 

Additional Department Summary: 

The Director will facilitate the activities of the UA Museums Council of Curators as the Chief Curator and will encourage collaborative research efforts and interdisciplinary grant proposals by Museum Curators. The Director is expected to develop and conduct research in his/her own academic discipline and secure external grant funds. Results of research/scholarly work should be published, disseminated in peer-reviewed journals, and/or presented at conferences or symposiums. .

The Director will serve as a Curator in a museum-related discipline such as paleontology, biology, geology, or archaeology.

The Director will supervise staff in carrying out collections care and management.  The Director is expected to remain current with regard to developments in the field including relevant state and federal statutes and professional ethical standards.

Required Minimum Qualifications: 

Doctorate in Biology, Geology, Anthropology, Archaeology, or related field and extensive experience in collections-based research and museum collections management. 

Additional Required Department Qualifications:

 Valid U.S. driver's license.  Must be at least 21 years of age and have an acceptable motor vehicle report as determined by the insurance carrier.

Skills and Knowledge:

Must have strong record of scholarly research and publication in high-quality peer-reviewed academic journals.  Must have knowledge and skills in collections management policies and procedures and collections database management. Must have good organizational skills to maintain collections data, loans, general inventory, condition reports, and conservation needs. Ability to organize and direct the work of others and train staff for program specific requirements

Closing date: 9th March 2015

Further details and application online

Submit a letter of interest, resume, and names, addresses and phone numbers of at least three references when applying.


DATE ADDED: 21/02/2015

University of Nebraska State Museum


Full time

Salary based on experience

Ref: S_150043

Source: SPNHC jobs

Vertebrate Paleontology Division at the University of Nebraska State Museum is seeking a qualified individual to perform work as a Preparator or Chief Preparator. The Preparator prepares, conserves, and replicates specimens in support of curator and museum research. Orders lab supplies, supervises and trains students and volunteers. May participate in Vertebrate Paleontology Division field research.

In addition to these duties, the Chief Preparator manages the vertebrate paleontology preparation laboratory, actively recruits students and volunteers to work in the laboratory, and attends professional meetings.

Compensation for the position will be determined at the time of the offer and will depend upon candidate qualifications and the level of the position.

Minimum required qualifications

Bachelor’s degree or equivalent experience in the geosciences, biology, zoology, anthropology, museum studies, or related fields. At least two years of experience in the preparation, conservation, and replication (molding and casting) of vertebrate fossils is required. Knowledge of advanced fossil preparation, replication, and conservation techniques is essential. Experience must demonstrate the ability to prepare fossils ranging from delicate microvertebrates that require work under a microscope to large macro fossils. Must also have the ability to make high quality molds and casts of specimens ranging from microvertebrates to large skulls. A working knowledge of vertebrate anatomy is necessary. Background must demonstrate strong interpersonal skills and the ability to communicate effectively. Must demonstrate the ability to work independently with a strong work ethic. Must have basic computer skills using word processing and spreadsheet software.

Preferred qualifications

Master’s degree preferred. Formal training in vertebrate paleontology with an emphasis on Cenozoic mammals and reptiles. Five years experience in the preparation, conservation, and replication (molding and casting) of vertebrate fossils, with experience supervising students and volunteers. Detailed knowledge of mammal and reptile anatomy is preferred.

Closing date: 9th March 2015

Further details and application online

DATE ADDED: 08/02/2015

Natural History Museum Vienna (Austria)

Post-Doctoral: designing a European extraterrestrial sample curation facility

2 years

Salary: EUR 3.546 per month

Source: personal communication

This 2-year Post-Doctoral position available at the Natural History Museum Vienna is part of the Horizon 2020 European Commission Research and Innovation programme, call COMPET-8-2014: "Science in context: sample curation facility and scientific exploitation of data from Mars missions".

The plan of EURO-CARES is to create a roadmap for the implementation of a European Extra-terrestrial Sample Curation Facility (ESCF).

Our aim is to improve European competitiveness in this field by road-mapping the required steps and highlighting areas in which new research and innovation are required in order to create a suitable European ESCF.

After a review of the current state of the art in extraterrestrial sample curation, a plan for terrestrial planetary protection will be developed. The current knowledge and the essential requirements for an ESCF to be built, including building infrastructure, procedures and protocols, security, environmental conditions, documentation and databasing, etc., will be studied and synthesized together with the most suitable instrumentation for sample analysis. Finally, we plan to review suitable portable receiving facilities and to determine the technology required in order to be able to transport samples (including those with a potential biohazard) following return to Earth most effectively.

To summarize, we are investigating the steps that need to be taken to ensure that any possible European ESCF will be suitable for the curation of the samples returned from Solar System exploration missions to the Moon, asteroids, comets, and Mars.
The selected candidate will be mainly co-leading a work package called "Facilities and Infrastructure" within this project, with the objective to define the state of the art facilities required to receive, contain and curate extra-terrestrial samples and guarantee terrestrial planetary protection. All the aspects, from the building design (including the construction, operation, security, etc.) to the storage of the samples (sample holder, monitoring, etc.) as well as the curation (sample handling, storage and database) will be considered. An important part of the selected candidate’s role will be to liaise with other members of the consortium and learn about the many different aspects of planning for the curation of samples return from space. This role provides a unique opportunity to work with world-leading experts from a variety of European countries.

Supervisor: Dr. Ludovic Ferrière (NHM Vienna), in collaboration with Dr. Caroline Smith (NHM London) and several other European colleagues that are involved in this project.
We are seeking a highly-motivated candidate who enjoys working in a multi-disciplinary team environment. The candidate should have a PhD (or be expected to graduate before assuming the position) in the fields of geological, biological or planetary sciences with a strong emphasis on analytical work. Good oral and written proficiency in English is required; knowledge of German is a bonus but not a requirement.

Closing date: 13th March 2015

View the advert here

DATE ADDED: 27/01/2015

The Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County

Assistant/Associate Curator - Mineral Sciences

Salary commensurate with experience

Full time

The position will be available as early as of July 1st, 2015

Source: LA NHM careers

The Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County (NHM) seeks a Curator (Assistant or Associate level) for its mineral and gem collections, which are among the largest and finest in the United States. NHM, the largest natural history museum in the western United States, has recently finished a dramatic transformation including new ground-breaking exhibitions and a 3½ acre wildlife garden. The Museum’s mission is to inspire wonder, discovery, and responsibility for our natural and cultural worlds. Our strategic intent—"To be the best at communicating how our planet and life on it changes over time and why this matters"—guides our priorities for the next decade.

The successful candidate will have a Ph.D., a strong track record of published research, experience in generating funding through competitive grants and/or other external sources, and the ability to lead a dynamic and productive research program that increases both the scientific and public appeal of our collections.

The Curator will be responsible for overseeing the development and curation of important collections, maintaining and strengthening the NHM’s presence in key professional and governmental networks, and establishing active internal NHM collaborations—especially with the Education and Exhibits, Marketing and Communications, and Advancement Departments.

The successful candidate will be expected to provide intellectual leadership for the development of a new permanent hall at the NHM. An extensive and thorough knowledge of minerals is essential; experience in collections management is important; an interest in making the results of scientific research accessible to the public is crucial. The Curator will be expected to develop working relationships with local universities and to mentor students and postdoctoral fellows.

The ability to communicate effectively and engage with a wide variety of audiences, including the public and the NHM's various stakeholders, is paramount. In addition to leading a strong research program, the successful candidate will actively participate in a broad range of museum activities, such as exhibits, education, outreach, training of educators, and public communications including, but not limited to, media interactions and fundraising.

Closing date: 15th March 2015

Further details and application online

DATE ADDED: 01/03/2015

Museums Sheffield

Collections Assistant, Natural Science

Full time

Salary: £15,976 - £18,795

Ref: MSCANS 02/15

Fixed term: until 31 March 2018

Source: Museum Studies Jobsdesk

Key Tasks

Collections and audiences are at the heart of Museums Sheffield.  The Collections Assistant – Natural Science will work with the Curator to champion access to the Natural Science collections through collections management, enquiries, displays, events and digital platforms. This role will focus specifically on tackling the historic accessioning backlog in order to achieve Accreditation targets.

The Natural Science collection comprises taxidermy, cabinet skins, shells, osteology, corals, herbaria, entomology, rocks, minerals and fossils.  It also includes several important digital datasets, including biological records and the meteorology database for Weston Park Weather Station.
The post-holder will demonstrate an adaptable and pragmatic approach to their work in supporting the future success of Museums Sheffield.

Specific Tasks

  • To report to the Curator of Natural Science and deliver against Museums Sheffield’s strategic plan
  • To assist in the development and use of the Natural Science collections, to contribute to fundraising applications as opportunities arise and to ensure delivery against any agreed external project objectives.
  • To work with the Curator to increase access to the Natural Science collections through enquiries, loans, events, displays and through digital platforms, publications and research.
  • To assist in the storage, security, environmental monitoring and movement of the Natural Science collections to Accreditation standards.
  • To undertake all aspects of Natural Science documentation, including data input, digitisation and the development of manual and digital systems to professional standards.
  • Assist with the supervision of volunteers and enquirers working with the Natural Science collections
  • To act as a representative of MS and to liaise with external stakeholders and partners including the Universities, community and interest groups and specialist network agencies, taking the opportunity to promote fundraising where appropriate.
  • To be available for out of hours emergency call out at all sites as required.
  • To undertake such other reasonable duties as may from time to time be required of the jobholder.

Closing date: 16th March 2015 (noon)

Further details and application online


NewDATE ADDED: 08/03/15

University of Michigan Museum of Paleontology

Scientific/Biological Illustrator

Job Opening ID: 107247

Salary: $47,000.00 – $58,000.00

Full time

Source: UMJobs

Job Summary

The University of Michigan Museum of Paleontology is a highly ranked and well respected research museum with world-renowned collections, curators, and associated researchers; it currently has an opening for a Scientific/Biological Illustrator to create complex and accurate artwork for the Paleontology Museums curators and associated researchers. For further information on the Museum of Paleontology, visit our website at www.lsa.umich.edu/paleontology/.


Create complex and scientifically accurate artwork for Paleontology Museum's curators, research scientists, and research associates for in-house, outside and web publications. Provide a variety of digital and traditional scientific illustration techniques.

Participate centrally in production of all Museum publications, maintain consistency and quality of images as it relates to printer's specifications.

Understand structural features and unique handling of a diverse range of fossils, living vertebrates and invertebrates, many of which have never been seen or described before.

Maintain up-to-date working knowledge of digital and traditional scientific illustration and design techniques.

Exercise functional supervision over valuable equipment, and over art made by curators, research scientists and graduate students.

Required Qualifications*

BA/BS required. Minimum 2-4 years of experience in field or area of specialization. Excellent interpersonal skills including the ability to relate to curators, researchers, students and staff. Good knowledge of vertebrate, invertebrate, and plant morphology and function. Thorough knowledge of anatomical drawing including use of microscopes, camera lucida, and digital photography. Well-developed artist's eye for communication through charts and graphs. Thorough knowledge of computer graphics, including color graphics, and good knowledge of scientific publication process as this relates to illustrations of all kinds.

Desired Qualifications*

MA/MS degree in Fine Arts desired with 3-5 years of experience in field or area of specialization.

Additional Information

Higher salary possible for exceptionally qualifed candidate.

Closing date: 17th March 2015

Further details and application instructions online

NewDATE ADDED: 08/03/15

Natural History Museum



Salary: £23,780 per annum plus benefits

Contract: Fixed Term until 31 March 2016

Source: NHM Jobs

Role Description

The eMesozoic project aims to digitise all British Mesozoic vertebrate specimens held at the Natural History Museum. It is a pilot digitisation project to test workflows for digitising palaeontology collections and for capturing high quality metadata associated with the specimens in an efficient manner. The British Mesozoic vertebrate collections present a range of digitisation challenges, which this project seeks to explore and address. These specimens are heavily used by researchers and in public engagement, and the data produced by this project will be available to the public via our online catalogue as well as being used to facilitate effective management of the collections.

The successful applicant will assist with the creation of master lists for British Mesozoic fossil sites, stratigraphy and taxonomy to associate with specimen data. These master lists will be derived from the scientific literature and will be validated by experts. Working as part of a team, the successful candidate will barcode and image individual specimens. This will involve handling very delicate, as well as large, heavy specimens. It will involve working at height in some cases, and with dusty specimens. Finally, the post holder will associate specimen information with catalogue records and images using master lists as well as carrying out direct transcription into a database. Curators and scientists will work closely with the role holder to validate data and refine the workflow. We are looking for self-motivated individuals who show a high degree of attention to detail and have the ability to maintain focus and accuracy.

Role competences:

1. BSc (or equivalent qualification) in Biological or Earth Sciences (or equivalent relevant experience)
2. Demonstrable understanding of taxonomic, anatomic and stratigraphic principles (e.g., attained from college or university courses in geology, palaeontology, systematics, zoology)
3. Solid experience of carefully handling a wide range of objects from small fragile specimens to large heavy ones
4. Highly proficient in Microsoft Office, particularly Excel, with proven experience of manipulating large datasets
5. Significant experience in digital imaging
6. Evidenced experience of reading and accurately transcribing data from handwritten sources into a database
7. Literate and fluent in English, including being familiar with scientific literature
8. Experience of working effectively as part of a team
9. Self-motivated with an ability to remain focussed when completing repetitive tasks
10. High degree of attention to detail
11. Proven ability to follow complex instructions
12. Willingness to work with dusty specimens, at height and to use moving equipment in a collections environmeny

Closing date: 18th March 2015 (midnight)

Apply online

Further details: here

NewDATE ADDED: 08/03/15

Duke University and University of Florida

Postdoc Position - Primate Evolution and Mass Digitization of Fossil Collections

Full time

Duration: Up to 2 yrs Location: Year 1: Duke University (Durham, NC), Year 2: University of Florida Museum of Natural History (Gainesville, FL)

Source: AAPA Jobs

Degree requirements:

PhD in geology, anthropology, biology, or other relevant discipline in hand.

Skill requirements:

The successful applicant should have experience in the following areas:

1) 3D Digital Data competency - the applicant should be familiar with microCT data formats and the software Imagej and Avizo (experience operating microCT, laser, and/or structured light scanners is a plus but not required).

2) Field experience - participation in paleontological field work in the US or abroad (experience actually planning/leading field work is a plus, but not required).

3) Use of fossils and comparative data to address questions about evolution and adaptation.

Responsibilities and expectations:

The successful applicant will be called upon for diverse activities

1) Planning of Fieldwork – two summers (1.5-4 weeks each summer) of fieldwork in the Bridger Basin, Wyoming, to prospect for and collect notharctid primates and to map stratigraphy are scheduled in this project. The postdoc will coordinate the logistics of fieldwork.

2) Oversight of scanning and processing of new skeletal material of Bridger notharctines – Duke University has an industrial scale microCT scanner that is being used to digitize partially entombed skeletons of notharctine primates. The postdoc will be in charge of this process. The scan data must be archived and processed: the postdoc will oversee workstudy students and a technician who will do most of this work.

3) The traveling to museums and between institutions to acquire, return, or transfer specimens. This project collaborates with a number of museums: specimens from their collections must be transported to Duke and returned by hand-carry. While scanning is happening at Duke, additional physical preparation, when necessary will happen at the Florida Museum of Natural History. Therefore specimens scanned at Duke will sometimes need to be carried to Florida.

4) Oversight of migration of scan data on to the MorphoSource (www.morphosource.org) digital image archive and coordination of these efforts with iDigBio national initiative for comprehensive collection digitization.

5) Present at conferences and publish papers reporting results of research on new the fossil material using an extensive digital comparative dataset available to the PI’s.


This project presents the opportunity to become fully trained and experienced in execution of a state-of-the-art paleontology and comparative morphology research project. After serving in this position the successful applicant will have a unique set of skills that ideally prepare him/her for making contributions in the most lasting and impactful way possible: one that assimilates all data generated by their projects into the digitally archived, immanently accessible ‘virtual’ museum collections. Furthermore, visiting museums, working with faculty at both Duke and Florida will give the successful applicant broad exposure and personal familiarity with many preeminent scholars, which is likely to catalyze additional collaborations and career opportunities. Finally, first access to a comprehensive digital sample of early Eocene euprimate specimens provides unique opportunity for the successful candidate to conduct novel research with high potential for transformative insights into early primate evolution.

Closing date: 3rd April 2015

Applications will be accepted until the position is filled. Preferred start date is Spring 2015 (i.e. ASAP).

Interested candidates should provide a cover letter explaining their interest and qualifications, their CV and a list of three references with contact information to doug.boyer@duke.edu

Contact Douglas Boyer (doug.boyer@duke.edu) or Jonathan Bloch (jbloch@flmnh.ufl.edu) for further details.


NewDATE ADDED: 08/03/15

Department and Museum of Zoology, University of Cambridge

Curator/ University Lecturer in Vertebrate Palaeontology

Ref: PF05523

Starting: 1st October 2015

Salary: £38,511-£48,743 per annum

Source: Jobs.ac.uk

We seek to recruit an outstanding scientist to join the staff of the Department and Museum of Zoology at Cambridge. The successful candidate will combine excellence in research with a commitment to teaching at both undergraduate and graduate levels. In addition he/she will have the ability to engage with the work of the Museum in collections development, outreach and public engagement.

We seek a candidate with the ambition and ability to fund and lead a world-class research group. For this post, we are likely to appoint a candidate whose research is collections-based. The appointee will take overall academic responsibility for the vertebrate palaeontology collections, working with professional collections management staff, who will undertake the routine management of the collections.


  • An outstanding research record, documented by publication and by the demonstrated ability to attract research funding.
  • An innovative and focused research agenda in vertebrate palaeontology.
  • Experience of working with Museum collections, and an engagement with the process of biological and, when appropriate, geological curation.
  • The training and expertise to contribute broadly to undergraduate teaching in the area of vertebrate evolutionary biology.


  • Curatorial experience in a major research museum.
  • Taxonomic expertise relating to an area relevant to the Museum's existing collections.
  • A programme of research that will enhance and develop the collections of the Museum.
  • Demonstrated excellence in teaching undergraduates and supervising research students.
  • A track record of commitment to wider responsibilities in a current or previous institution (for example, in research leadership, museum development, or public engagement).

The duties and responsibilities of this post will be:

  • To conduct research in some area of Vertebrate Evolutionary Biology and Palaeontology.
  • To teach undergraduate and graduate students in Evolutionary Biology and related disciplines.
  • To take curatorial responsibility for the vertebrate palaeontology collections.
  • To promote outreach and public engagement

Closing date: 3rd April 2015

Further details and application online

Job description: Curator/ Lecturer in Vertebrate Palaeontology (pdf)

DATE ADDED: 21/02/2015 (still open 08/03/2015)

University of Washington, Burke Museum

Paleontology and Geology Collections Manager

Salary based on experience

Ref: 117165

Source: UW Employment

The University of Washington (UW) is proud to be one of the nation’s premier educational and research institutions. Our people are the most important asset in our pursuit of achieving excellence in education, research, and community service. Our staff not only enjoys outstanding benefits and professional growth opportunities, but also an environment noted for diversity, community involvement, intellectual excitement, artistic pursuits, and natural beauty.

The Burke Museum currently has an outstanding opportunity for a full time Paleontology and Geology Collections Manager. Fossil collections at the Burke Museum are actively growing and include over three million specimens distributed in several subdisciplines: vertebrate paleontology, paleobotany (including pollen and phytoliths), invertebrate paleontology, and micropaleontology.  A smaller collection of minerals and meteorites is also part of the divisional holdings.  Currently, the fossil collections are managed by three half-time faculty curators and only one Collections Manager. The volume of the collection exceeds proportionally the number of individuals tasked with managing both the specimens and the accompanying digital resources.

This position must support diverse paleontogy collections, to include vertebrate paleontology, invertebrate paleontology, paleobotany, malacology, and geology, on and off-site. Each collection must be managed appropriately, and each set of data is housed in a different database file. There is much work to be done to bring all of the collections under the appropriate level of care and organization, as the use of the collections for research is determined by their accessibility both digitally and tangibly


  • Masters Degree in Paleobiology or related field
  • Four to five years related work experience
  • Proficient experience with computer databases and online access of natural history collections


  • PhD in Paleobiology or related field
  • Experience with GPS mapping and GIS technology
  • Experience with MySQL or related relational database systems
  • Experience writing funded grant proposals

Closing date: Open until filled

Further details and application online

DATE ADDED: 08/02/2015 (still open 08/03/2015)

American Museum of Natural History

Scientific Assistant, Paleontology

Reference 91777

Full time

Source: AMNH Careers

The Scientific Assistant will assist curatorial research and advancement of division's collections and research activities which includes:

- Prepare drawings, photographs and illustrations
- Process digital and other imaging data for illustration
- Works with museum students, postdoctoral fellows and key staff on illustration and photographic techniques.
- Other divisional duties as required.  

Required Qualifications

- BS, BF, BFA or commensurate is required,
- Outstanding hand-eye coordination
- Computer skills (Photoshop, Illustrator, Aperture, database/computer record-keeping and image file management, etc.)
- Digital photography and imaging skills, and rendering skills are required.
- Training in art and/or experience in scientific illustration is preferred.  

Closing date: Open until filled

Further details and application online


DATE ADDED: 30/11/2014 (still open 08/03/2015)

University of California, Riverside

Museum Scientist

Salary: $44,412 - $71,472

Job number: 201411180601

Part time - 85% fte

Source: Inside Higher Ed

UC Riverside Earth Sciences Department seeks a Museum Scientist to conserve, oversee, and utilize departmental research, reference, and teaching collections; manage the museum outreach program, and serve as Lab Safety Officer (LSO) and Departmental Safety Coordinator. The position is 85% time with flexible Monday through Friday hours and will be starting Museum Scientist Level. Candidates seeking external research or outreach funding that may supplement salary while pursuing departmental goals are particularly encouraged to apply. The department, which is rapidly growing in faculty, is within the College of Natural and Agricultural Sciences, has strong specimen-based research in fault petrology, geochemistry, and paleontology. Such research complements departmental research foci in Organic and Paleoenvironmental Evolution, and Earthquake Processes (see http://cnas.ucr.edu/~earth/es.html/). We are looking for individuals with a strong background in specimen-based earth-life history research, familiarity with a broad range of geological materials, and an active interest in Museum Science. The new hire will engage with UCR's Center for Integrative Biological Collections, a rapidly evolving college-wide initiative. A Ph.D. is preferred, along with experience of and/or qualifications in collections management. The University of California is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity employer. Please visit http://jobs.ucr.edu/for more information and to apply for this career position.

Minimum requirements

Master's degree in geology or paleontology
Ability to identify and classify rocks, minerals and fossils according to established classification systems.
Knowledge and experience in library literature review for identification and documentation of earth science materials
Up to one year supervisory experience over one subordinate employee.
Experience writing reports in geology or paleontology.
Excellent communication and organizational skills.

Closing date: Open until filled

Applications received before January 16, 2015 will receive preference.

Further details online

DATE ADDED: 30/11/2014 (still open 08/03/2015)

American Museum of Natural History

Research Scientist

Reference: 91741

Full time

Source: AMNH Jobs

This Research Scientist manages the electron microprobe (SX100) and Fourier transform infrared spectroscopy (FTIR) laboratories in Earth & Planetary Sciences Department, maintaining instruments and support equipment, budgeting and procuring supplies, and supervising and training users.

The Research Scientist participates and collaborates in the EPS seminar program, science education, and research activities.

The SX100 is a mission-critical instrument for all NSF and NASA research grants in the Department of Earth and Planetary Sciences, and the FTIR is critical to several research projects.

The Department provides unique opportunities for collaboration, public outreach, and research.

Required Qualifications

Ph.D. in Earth Science with an active research program.

Preferred Qualifications

Experience with electron beam instruments, well organized and comfortable interacting with instrument users.

Closing date: Open until filled

Please apply online

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