Open Positions

Opportunities at Crow Canyon Archaeological Center

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Native American Scholar In Residence Program

The Native American Scholar in Residence Program contributes to the development of a more holistic understanding of modern and past Native cultures, trust relations, Native perspectives and interpretations in the disciplines of archaeology, anthropology, education, and American Indian studies. Resident Scholars provide program participants with cultural knowledge, perspectives, and insights to existing curricula for student and adult participants from across the nation.

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Application deadline: April 1, 2022

(Please specify which week(s) you are applying for in the letter of interest):

May 22nd – May 28th
May 29th – June 4th
June 5th – June 11th
June 12th – June 18th
June 19th – June 25th

There are no open positions at this time.

Database and Enrollment Manager

  •  Position Duration: Permanent
  • Full Time/ Exempt Salary
  • Annual Salary Rate- $45,000 – $55,000
  • One position available
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To Apply:
Click here for access to the online application portal if you are interested in the position. The deadline for receiving all applications is 7/01/2022 at 3:00 p.m.

Position Summary:
The Database and Enrollment Manager is an integral part of the mission delivery, advancement, outreach, IT, and financial analysis functions at Crow Canyon. This position reports to the Chief Outreach Officer, but there are interdepartmental collaboration requirements of the role. This person will have responsibility for the successful outcome of specific tasks in multiple departments and will be accountable to the heads of other departments as well as the President and CEO. This person will be tasked with database related services and support, assisting with development of best practices, processes, and procedures for database use, setting up queries, database clean up, and providing user-friendly reports. This position will also require direct enrollment of participants, schools, and other stakeholders as needed. This position works to inform a better understanding of current and future revenue opportunities, through data research. This person will also develop and propose ways to customize the use of the database to grow fundraising revenue, increase profitability through efficiency, and manage risks. This person will work closely to determine the needs of stakeholders through organization-wide communication.

Education and/or Experience:
Advanced degree in a relevant field preferred as well as 5 years of experience in roles such as project management, database management, and customer service experience or equivalent combination of education and experience in a related field of study is required. Knowledge of archaeology, education, database, and customer relationship management practices will be given preference.