Museum Library Archival Archaeology History - Librarian Museum Resume
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Museum/Library/Archival/Archaeology/History Resume

Desired Industry: Librarian/Museum SpiderID: 6573
Desired Job Location: Farmingdale, New York Date Posted: 4/13/2006
Type of Position: Full-Time Permanent Availability Date: Now
Desired Wage: $50,000
U.S. Work Authorization: Yes
Job Level: New Grad/Entry Level Willing to Travel: Yes, More Than 75%
Highest Degree Attained: Bachelors Willing to Relocate: Yes

A full-time, entry level, staff position with a museum or library, where I could use the critical research and analytical skills, and oral and written communication skills that I have acquired through both my education and journey through life in order to contribute to humankind’s knowledge about its cultural and historical past.

Senior Research Project on the evolution of the design of the pyramids of Ancient Egypt (“A”) Participated, full time, in an Archaeological Field School at King Manor in Jamaica, Queens, NY (“A”)
• Laid out excavation units, made both plan drawings and profile drawings, excavated and handled artifacts, took elevations, used a site transit, took core samples, gave tours of the site, and learned proper field documentation and recording techniques.
Volunteered in Archaeology Lab at Hofstra University
• Handled, catalogued, and cleaned artifacts
Wrote a 299-page textbook on Ancient Rome, from its founding up through the Julio-Claudian line of emperors (“A”)

Hofstra University, Hempstead, NY September 2003 to December 2005
• Bachelor of Arts in History & Anthropology (Dual Major)
G.P.A.: Overall: 3.83; History:
3.68; Anthropology: 3.95
Nassau Community College, Uniondale, NY September 1998 to May 2001
• Associate of Arts in Liberal Arts

Member of the American Historical Association (A.H.A.), the Archaeological Conservancy, The History Channel Club, the Long Island Society of the Archaeological Institute of America (A.I.A.), the Hofstra University Anthropology Club, the New York State Archaeological Association (N.Y.S.A.A.), and the American Anthropological Association (A.A.A.)- Archaeology Division (A.D.) & Council for Museum Anthropology (C.M.A.).

Strong Microsoft Office Skills (Word, Excel, and PowerPoint)
Strong Internet Skills (Internet Explorer)
Intermediate Japanese – read, write, and speak

Additional Information:
Excellent research skills, exceptional writing and drawing skills, determined and focused, superior problem solver, reliable, trustworthy, highly committed, extremely motivated, well-organized, and detail-oriented.

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