Position type: Full-time contractual.
Main responsibilities: a) Management of the Human Osteoarchaeology Laboratory; b) teaching at the ASP Graduate and Undergraduate programs; c) supervision of Master and PhD candidates; d) conduct independent research.
Initial Appointment: One year, renewable to three depending on performance.
Requirements: a) High level of (written and spoken) English; b) Ph.D. and a good record of international publications on any of the following (not mutually exclusive) fields: human osteoarchaeology, physical anthropology, forensic anthropology; c) certified experience in theoretical and field archaeology; d) the candidate should be willing to move and live in the Philippines.
Inquiries: Dr. Juan Rofes, email: [email protected]
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