Anthropologist Resume

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Jeff Anderson

561 Rose Street,

Cambridge, MA,

02138

(555)-555-5555

[email]

Summary

An individual with exemplary planning, prioritization and delegate skills; Very keen on detail and extremely organized; Ability to mentor staff productively; vast knowledge in human behavior and performance, media production and its different methods and techniques, philosophical systems and religions.

Professional Experience:

Research and Evaluation Manager May 2000- Present

New York Museum of Natural History, Binghamton, NY

Responsibilities:

  • Wrote the monthly newspaper reporting recent research findings and discoveries around the world.
  • Taught sociology and history special courses.
  • Handled the central database of displays, relics and mountings, as well as their reference links with the other museums around the world.
  • Conducted research on different historical artifacts and findings based on a specific era or eon, and their importance in today’s life and times.
  • Researched, collected, collated and analyzed data of every new entry display in the museum.
  • Analyzed and documented data on the development of humans linking to primates.
  • Planned and conducted methodological research on different behavioral patterns of humans attributed to different demographic factors such as race, class, age, gender and upbringing.

Planning Director January 1995- May 2000

Harvard Business Center, Binghamton, NY

Responsibilities:

  • Spearheaded and organized discussion groups with planning officials addressing issues regarding land use and community plans such as transportation, conservation, residential, commercial, industrial, and community use.
  • Initiated public meetings set forth by government officials, social scientists, lawyers, developers and special interest groups.
  • Designed, promoted, and administered planes and policies affecting housing, transportation, zoning, community facilities open to the public.
  • Worked with a group of volunteers to get the general public’s opinion on the current issues by conducting surveys, impact studies and field investigations.
  • Gathered and analyzed data on economic, social, regulatory and physical factors affecting land use.
  • Coordinated with local consultants, architects and third party non-government organizations in the formulation of plans and infrastructure.
  • Assessed feasibility study results and recommended approval of proposals to the state government.

Anthropologist June 1988- January 1995

American-African Museum, Allentown, PA

Responsibilities:

  • Wrote the monthly newspaper reporting recent research findings and discoveries around the world.
  • Taught sociology and history special courses.
  • Handled the central database of displays, relics and mountings, as well as their reference links with the other museums around the world.
  • Conducted research on different historical artifacts and findings based on a specific era or eon, and their importance in today’s life and times.
  • Researched, collected, collated and analyzed data of every new entry display in the museum.
  • Analyzed and documented data on the development of humans linking to primates.
  • Planned and conducted methodological research on different behavioral patterns of humans attributed to different demographic factors such as race, class, age, gender and upbringing.

Planning Director January 1995- May 2000

Harvard Business Center, Binghamton, NY

Education

1984 – 1988 Bachelor of Science in Anthropology

Northwestern University, IL

Skills/Certifications:

  • Planning and community organizational skills
  • Excellent English/Mexican verbal and written communication skills
  • Training and mentoring skills
  • Public relations, community building and management
  • Visual media production and deployment

Associations/Organizations

American Association of Museums, Member

American Anthropological Association, Member

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