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The Ontario Archaeological Society is seeking applications for three summer student positions.
All positions are ‘remote’ – the students will carry out work in their own homes on their own computers, and will be supervised by OAS board members via videoconference and email.
Position 1 - On-line workshop development assistant: The student will work with the Director of Education to develop on-line training workshops for Indigenous Archaeological Monitors and Archaeological Field Technicians. Content will be provided by OAS members. Responsibilities will include liaising with OAS members, and video editing.
Position 2 - Website content development assistant: The student will work with the webmaster and President to identify areas of our website requiring upgrading, and the student will liaise with OAS members who may be able to assist with providing web content.
Position 3 – Online symposium planning assistant: The student will work with the symposium organizing committee to plan the upcoming symposium, including sending out calls for sessions and papers, assisting with fundraising, and organizing registration.
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