Arizona Archaeological Council

Center for Digital Antiquity - Program Manager

03/06/2021 09:33 | AAC Admin (Administrator)

The Center for Digital Antiquity, in the School for Human Evolution and Social Change (SHESC), is devoted to enhancing preservation of and access to irreplaceable archaeological records and data.  Digital Antiquity supports archaeological research, resource management, education, and public outreach by providing new and innovative ways of finding, managing, preserving, and using archaeological information.  Archaeologists, computer scientists, and information management experts have created Digital Antiquity with two basic goals.  One is to improve substantially the ease of accessing and using archaeological information.  The other, equally important, is to provide for the long-term preservation of the irreplaceable records of archaeological investigations.

Reporting to the Director of the Center for Digital Antiquity, the Program Manager is responsible for assisting with budgeting, marketing/sales, and strategic planning. The Program Manager assists with planning and implementing Digital Antiquity’s activities and operations, which includes helping to establish a long-term vision for the Center.

The Program Manager oversees the preparation of proposals for continued funding; acts as the primary liaison with current funding source; supervises the preparation of budget proposals; recommends the allocation of resources within the limitations of the budget. Directs the recruitment of local participants within the region utilizing the most appropriate promotional and marketing methods. Establishes and maintains liaison with regional, state, and national organizations involved in the implementation of technology.

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