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Crow Canyon is an Equal Employment Opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, national origin, gender, age, religion, disability, sexual orientation, veteran status, or marital status.


Graphic Design Specialist

The Graphic Design Specialist is responsible for design and production of a variety of print and digital publications that communicate and market the mission, programs, and the brand of the Crow Canyon Archaeological Center. Working collaboratively with staff members in the marketing and sales department, as well as with content providers in other departments, the person in this position creates, modifies, and updates graphics including photographs, maps, and illustrations. The person in this position serves as print production manager and manages digital assets of the department, including the image database.

The graphic design specialist is responsible for project management using a high degree of initiative and independent judgment in planning to ensure that final products are of consistently high quality, meet Crow Canyon’s design standards, and communicate our brand identity. The graphic design specialist works in a PC environment.

B.A. or B.F.A. in graphic design and three years of graphic design experience, or an equivalent combination of education and experience. Experience working for a not-for-profit organization preferred. Coursework or experience in video and motion graphics would be a plus. An online portfolio of work is required for the interview.

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Application deadline: June 3, 2018.


Web Specialist

The Web Specialist is responsible for the overall internet presence of the Crow Canyon website to support Crow Canyon’s mission and vision, and for the quality of products created and disseminated on our website. The products include mission-related education and archaeology research information; American Indian initiatives; marketing, media, and promotional materials.

This position is also responsible for the analyses of the effectiveness of the Crow Canyon website and works to improve its effectiveness to promote Crow Canyon’s mission, programs and products.


Bachelor’s degree in a relevant field and/or three years’ experience in website design, construction, and maintenance. Advanced knowledge in the production of web content (development, posting, and maintenance) and web analytics, website information architecture, basic HTML, and content management systems. Joomla experience a plus. Knowledge of anthropology, archaeology, and education fields is helpful, as well as being adaptable and flexible. Working in a team environment is an essential qualification.

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Application deadline: June 3, 2018.


How to Apply

To apply, send a cover letter, resume, salary history, and three references to

  Human Resources
     Crow Canyon Archaeological Center
     23390 Road K
     Cortez, CO 81321

Fax: 970.564.4389


Depending on eligibility, Crow Canyon offers the following:

  • Medical, vision, and dental plans
  • AFLAC plans
  • Four weeks personal time off
  • Nine paid holidays
  • 403(b) group retirement annuity (4% match after one year of employment)
  • 403(b) group supplemental retirement annuity

In addition, our employees enjoy

  • a beautiful rural campus
  • professional-growth opportunities
  • the opportunity to learn about archaeology and to participate in research, education, and travel programs
  • a discount in the campus Gift Shop

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