Cultural Resources Monitor
Chambers Group, Inc.
Chambers Group is looking to fill multiple Cultural Resource Monitor positions for an upcoming large project in western Washington. The project will last several months. The candidate must possess a degree in Anthropology/Archaeology or another applicable field. The successful candidate will be fit, resourceful, dedicated, reliable, and possess outstanding organizational skills. Familiarity with digital data collection and mapping is highly preferred. Our Cultural Resource Monitors need to be able to communicate deftly with clients, agencies, tribes, subordinates, and colleagues. Candidates must have a minimum of 1 year prior experience in cultural resource construction monitoring with an eye towards efficiency and thoroughness. The position requires the ability to prepare, plan, and execute logistically challenging fieldwork in a successful and independent manner. Familiarity with the historic and prehistoric archaeology of Washington State and the Pacific Northwest is highly preferred for this position. Preference will be given to local candidates (Seattle Metro-Olympia). Advancement opportunities in a growing ACRA-member firm and bonuses for productivity, performance, and academic publication are available to the successful Cultural Resource Monitor. Please submit a current CV and brief letter of intent/personal statement to , with “Cultural Resource Monitor – Washington” in the subject line.
Tehzeeb Afraz, PHR |HR Manager
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