Coordinator of Public Programs Position for Presidio/UC Berkeley Partnership

Coordinator of Public Programs

Archaeology Education Program – SF Presidio

The Coordinator will direct the Levantar Project, a joint project of the University of California, Berkeley and the San Francisco Presidio.  The Coordinator is responsible for development and implementation of a new archaeology education program at the Presidio, in which Bay Area students will study the archaeology, history, and natural heritage of California. The Director will develop curriculum-based learning modules that meet state core competency guidelines and direct the strategic planning, content and program development. It will be necessary to network with school districts, write grants and implement the program, including teaching.

Requirements: California Teacher’s Credential; 3-5 years experience in education; Master’s of Education, or equivalent combination of experience and education. Experience in strategic planning; outreach; curriculum development; state content standards; anthropology and archaeology; and grant writing. Awareness of recent trends in education, including the use of digital media. Strong writing and verbal skills. Ability to work well with others, especially children.  Familiarity with the Presidio and the Archaeology Lab is a plus.  Meet state and local requirements for working with children. UCB criminal background clearance.

Expected Salary Range: $43,000 – $65,000         Starting Date: July 1, 2006

To apply, please send a letter of interest and recent resume or curriculum vitae, by e-mail to or mailed to:

Ann Gilbert
Department of Anthropology
232 Kroeber, MC 3710
University of California
Berkeley, CA 94720-3710

Applications must be submitted by March 30, 2007
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The University of California is an Affirmative Action, Equal Opportunity Employer


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