Historian Position in Naval History

The Naval History and Heritage Command in Washington, D.C., is currently conducting a search for a Historian to conduct research and writing in naval history.

This is a one-year (temporary) position that could provide great experience to a recent M.A. graduate or Ph.D. candidate in History.

The short job announcement reads: “The Histories Branch of Naval History & Heritage Command invites qualified candidates to apply for a 12-month Historian appointment at the GS-12 level beginning in January/February 2022. This position is located in Histories Branch’s Public History & Education Section. Applications will be accepted via USAJOBS until 11:59pm on 13 December.”

The full job description is available on USAJobs.

Any current or former graduate students in History at Northern Illinois University who are interested in applying to this or other positions should contact their professors for assistance with their job search.

This entry was posted in Archival Research, Careers in History, Graduate Work in History, History of Violence, Maritime History, Strategy and International Politics, United States History and Society, War, Culture, and Society. Bookmark the permalink.

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