Submit a fieldwork opportunity

Archaeologyfieldwork.com accepts postings of employment opportunities in archaeology and related fields, internships, field schools, and volunteer or training opportunities. Postings are shared to archaeologyfieldwork.com, and are also shared on our Facebook page (10K followers), Twitter (7K followers) and e-mail subscribers.

Employment listings should include the location (city/state or region), starting salary or salary range, and contact info for applicants (e-mail, company website). Please note that listings that do not include this information will not be posted to archaeologyfieldwork.com.

Field schools: opportunities offered by accredited educational institutions will be accepted.

Please e-mail your posting to archaeologyfieldwork@hotmail.com.

I strive to share accurate information, but occasionally there may be errors made. Please contact me via the above e-mail if any postings need to be edited or removed.

I run archaeologyfieldwork.com on a volunteer basis in my free time. There is no charge to post on archaeologyfieldwork.com, as this has operated as a free service to the archaeological community since 1996. Donations to offset website costs are optional but are certainly welcome, and will be used to defray website hosting and domain costs.


About this website

Archaeologyfieldwork.com was created in 1996. As a recent college graduate, I struggled to find an archaeology job, and thought it would be helpful to build a website where this kind of information could be shared with other archaeologists. Since that time, archaeologyfieldwork.com has been online in various forms that have at times included message forums and required user registrations. In the interest of providing information that is most requested by website visitors, archaeologyfieldwork.com has changed to a streamlined format that will hopefully be easier (and faster) to navigate.

Website screenshot from ancient times (2001).

Archaeologyfieldwork.com has been a labor of love for the past 26 (!) years, and I’m hoping it will remain online for many years to come.

Thanks,

Jennifer Palmer

My occasional field vehicle through the years, Spencer, a 1969 Land Rover Series IIa 88