Marron and Associates, an NV 5 Company is looking to hire a
Principal Investigator in their Albuquerque, NM office. Below is the job
description. Please send your CV, references, a cover letter, and salary
Toni Goar at tgoar@...
No phone calls please. Thanks!
Resource Principal Investigator Position
be thoroughly familiar with Section 106 compliance requirements and knowledge
of New Mexico Administrative Code (NMAC) relating to cultural resources. Responsible for problem solving,
and communicating with Program Manager and/or the Client as appropriate.
Must have excellent writing and communication skills. Ability to direct
archaeological field and laboratory studies and to ensure a safety procedures
are followed and implemented. Ensures work adheres to city, state and
federal laws, guidelines, policies and procedures as well as guidelines and
EEO/affirmative action policies. This position is under general
supervision of the Program Manager. Will be responsible for managing all
aspects of archaeology projects and tasks including supervision of personnel as
well as meeting budgets and schedules.
following duties and responsibilities are included for this position:
archival searches, surveys, monitoring, testing, and data recovery
and/or contribute to reports and oversee report
field personnel on methods of inventory and provide verbal and written
instructions as needed.
compliance with applicable federal and/or state laws, regulations, and/or
agency rules, standards, and guidelines.
with GPS devices with knowledge of GIS software and land surveying
current on historic/prehistoric research in the region.
current with educational and permitting requirements.
with clients, including attending project team or scoping meetings as
needed. Able to effectively discuss all aspects of a cultural
resource project including regulatory requirements, methodology, findings,
research questions, and results etc. to non-specialist clients and the
with the expectation of extended time in the field.
or be involved in multiple projects simultaneously and keep schedules and
ability to conduct extensive fieldwork in extreme weather.
hold a graduate degree in anthropology, archaeology, or a related field.
least eight years of experience in fieldwork and report completion.
least five years of experience supervising and providing leadership for
other professionals, as well as scheduling and budgeting of projects.
be permittable for State of New Mexico and hold or be able to obtain other
permits including BIA, National Forests, BLM areas, and Navajo Nation.
Permitted as a NM state historian, a plus.