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Assistant/Associate/Full Professor - Climate Equity and Environmental Justice - University of California, Berkeley

Faculty Positions at UC Berkeley: Climate Equity and Environmental Justice

The University of California, Berkeley seeks applicants for four tenure track (assistant professor) positions and one tenured (associate or full professor) position in the area of “Climate Equity and Environmental Justice,” with an expected start date of July 1, 2021. For more information about the position, including required qualifications and application materials, go to The deadline to apply is September 21, 2020. For questions, please contact the search administrator at UC Berkeley is an AA/EEO employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, age, or protected veteran status. 

Full position listing here.

Applications should be submitted online at by the deadline of September 21, 2020.

Recruiting two Staff Curators in Washington, D.C. for the U.S. Department of the Interior Museum Program, within the Office of the Secretary, Office of Acquisition and Property Management, Division of Museum and Cultural Resources. 

Applications must be submitted by midnight (EST) on September 2nd.  
OS-6020-20-KS-152(DEU) (Open to All Applicants, i.e., Public) 
Hyperlink to USAJOBS: 
OS-6020-20-KS-153(MP) (Open to Merit Promotion Applicants, i.e., Federal ranks) 
Hyperlink to USAJOBS: 

GS-1015-13/14 ($102,663 to $157,709 per year) 
U.S. Department of the Interior, Office of the Secretary, Interior Museum Program 
Duty Location: 2 vacancies in Washington, DC 
The Interior Museum Program (IMP) develops, issues, and evaluates Department-wide policies, procedures, and guidance; and provides leadership and advocacy to DOI bureaus and offices to ensure that DOI museum collections are managed for current use and future benefit in compliance with laws, regulations, and policies, and DOI's mission responsibilities. This program supports the Department’s ten bureaus and offices that together manage more than 73 million cultural artifacts and natural history specimens, and an additional 86 thousand linear feet of archives housed in an estimated 2,000 Federal facilities and partner institutions (e.g. museums and universities). These museum collections derive from lands managed by the bureaus, or are intricately related to the history, mission, and activities of the Department. Museum collections represent cultural resources disciplines - archaeology, ethnology, fine arts, and history, and natural history disciplines - biology, geology, and paleontology, as well as associated records and archival material. 
Both Staff Curator positions for this recruitment will serve as senior-level technical experts for the broad range of DOI museum collections management responsibilities for collections housed in both DOI and non-DOI facilities, including: 
  • developing and assessing the effectiveness of policies,  
  • providing technical assistance and training materials to support implementation of policy standards,  
  • conducting research, compiles information, and analyzes data to advise on challenging management issues,  
  • presenting to internal and external audiences to promote policy compliance and raise awareness of DOI museum collections management needs and opportunities, and  
  • forging strategic partnerships engage stakeholders and leverage resources to improve management of DOI museum collections. 

    AHA Position Opening--Director of Research and Publications

    Join our collaborative team of staff dedicated to promoting history and supporting the work of historians. The AHA is accepting applications for Director of Research and Publications.

    Review of applications on September 7, 2020.

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