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Temporary Archaeological Field Technicians - Utah

LSD Human Resources Department
 

Logan Simpson has an immediate need for temporary Archaeological Field Technicians for archaeological survey projects in Utah, managed out of our Salt Lake City office.

 

The ideal candidate will have a B.A. or M.A. in Anthropology, completed archaeological field school, and possess experience conducting fieldwork in a cultural resource management setting within the Great Basin.

Individuals must be able to survey in remote locations and walk up to 10 miles per day over steep terrain, while carrying a pack weighing up to 45 pounds. Individuals must also be capable of conducting a cultural resources pedestrian survey, which includes: operating a handheld GPS unit; identifying archaeological artifacts and features; documenting archaeological artifacts and features in written notes and on tablet computers; and camping in remote locations for up to eight days in a row. Ability to work cooperatively with crew members and supervisors is a must! All field personnel must be willing to abide by any COVID-19 safety precautions, including social distancing and wearing face masks.

If interested, please apply online at http://logansimpson.com/about/careers/ and attach a resume and a cover letter.

Logan Simpson is an EEO/Affirmative Action Employer

M/F/Disability/Veteran/E-Verify

 

 

Kierra Z. Delco

HR Coordinator

Logan Simpson

51 W. 3rd St., Ste. 450

Tempe, AZ 85281

C (623) 451-4642

P (480) 967-1343

kdelco@...

www.logansimpson.com

 

 

 


Archaeological Monitors Needed - Northern California

Brian Ludwig
 

Solano Archaeological Services (SAS), based out of the San Francisco Bay Area and a new Sierra Nevada office, has been providing the full range of cultural resources management services to a broad array of private and agency clients in the western U.S. for over 15 years.  We are presently looking for local archaeological monitors to staff projects in the Bay Area and in the Central Valley in Stockton, California for a period of up to eight or more months at a pay rate of between $20.00 and $27.00 per hour based on experience for 40+ hours per week. 

The monitor’s primary responsibilities will include the following:

  • Monitor ongoing construction activities in culturally sensitive areas known to contain both prehistoric and 19th century historic material and features

  • Document previously unrecorded sites, features, and artifacts using Trimble GPS technology, field forms, and digital photography

  • Collaborate and coordinate with construction contractors and work directly with heavy equipment operators

  • Collaborate with representatives from the Native American community

  • Conduct in-field significance assessments

  • Provide timely, clear, and effective communication to senior SAS staff

    These are local projects and while no per-diem is available, mileage to and from the work sites is of course reimbursable at the going Federal rate. The work will typically not be physically demanding although the monitor must be comfortable working 8+ hours a day in the summer sun and heat.  The monitor will also be working in immediate proximity to heavy construction and grading equipment. 

    The monitor’s qualifications and experience must include:

  • A bachelor’s degree in anthropology or a closely-related field

  • At least 2-3 years of field experience with prehistoric and historic-era archaeological sites/artifacts

  • The ability to accurately record resources in the field

  • Excellent writing and communication skills

  • Experience in successfully working with Native American tribal representatives and field monitors

  • Experience working in close proximity to heavy construction equipment

  • Valid driver’s license and their own vehicle for transportation to and from the construction site

 

If you’re interested in some potentially long-term work in California, please send your resume and contact information to: admin@... and/or contact Dr. Brian Ludwig via email at brian@... or by phone at 530-417-7007


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Brian Ludwig, Ph.D.
Solano Archaeological Services


Cultural Resource Project Manager, Tucson Arizona. Statistical researfch, Inc.

Eric Klucas
 

Cultural Resource Project Manager (Tucson, AZ)

 

Statistical Research, Inc. (SRI), a multidisciplinary cultural resources consulting firm, has one full-time position available for a cultural resource project manager. SRI provides comprehensive CRM services to private and government clients at the federal, state, and local levels throughout the western United States from offices in Arizona, California, New Mexico, Texas, and Washington. SRI is a member of the American Cultural Resources Association.

 

Job Summary: SRI is seeking a motivated individual to provide project management services for an on-going contract with the Arizona Department of Emergency and Military Affairs (AZDEMA). The successful candidate will work closely with the AZDEMA Cultural Resource Manager (CRM), other AZDEMA staff, and the cultural resource management team to help ensure that AZDEMA meets its responsibilities as defined under the National Historic Preservation Act (NHPA). The position will be based in SRI’s Tucson office, however regular travel to the Papago Park Military Reservation (PPMR) in Phoenix will be required. Travel between the two locations will be compensated.

 

 

Essential Job Functions:

 

·         Tracking AZDEMA projects from start to finish; maintaining an Excel spreadsheet that will be updated daily or weekly as well as queried to generate update reports.

·         Maintain the current Excel spreadsheet for tracking all projects from start to finish with particular attention during review and final approval then given to SHPO for review; continued communication between AZDEMA staff and SHPO is essential.

·         Participate in weekly conference calls pertaining to project and program status, including drafting minutes in a Word document for final review.

·         Assist the cultural resource manager with her schedule and Microsoft Outlook Calendar; help with scheduling and keeping appointments, as necessary.

·         Assist Team Leaders in the preparation of consultation documents and reports.

·         Be the liaison between AZDEMA project proponents, the AZDEMA CRM, and the cultural resource team.

·         Help with coordinating and planning of group meetings such as quarterly Summit Meetings with project principals; this may include scheduling dates and places, create agendas, organizing food and beverage, and sending out reminder notices.

 

 

Minimum Qualifications:

·         B.A. in Anthropology/Archaeology or related field.

·         Familiarity with Federal and State regulations as they pertain to cultural resource management.

·         Ability to obtain a Common Access Card (CAC) for security clearance with the military to connect with the Federal computer system. (A background check is required.)

·         Knowledge of latest versions of Microsoft Office Suite and Adobe Acrobat.

·         Experience working in a fast-paced office setting.

·         Detail oriented, strong communication skills, and a team player.

·         Proficient with Apple computers and crossover software is a plus.

 

Key Requirements:

  • Must be a U.S. citizen
  • Background investigation required

Duty Location: Tucson, Arizona, with periodic paid travel to Papago Park Military Reservation (Phoenix) and other AZDEMA installations.

Position Information: Full-time salaried

Compensation: SRI offers a compensation package that includes competitive pay; professional leave; medical coverage; retirement plan; and paid vacation/sick, and holiday leave. The salary for this position will be commensurate with the applicant's credentials, experience, and market forces.

 

How to apply: Applications can be submitted via e-mail to the address below and should include a resume of relevant experience, references (with contact information), and an example of the applicant’s technical writing. Applications will be accepted until the position is filled. Include in the email subject line “AZDEMA Project Manager.”

SRIJOBS@...

 

 

 


Principal Investigator

 

Company Profile

PaleoWest is a solution driven archaeological consulting firm that prides itself on employing the best Cultural Resource Management (CRM) professionals in the industry. PaleoWest places an emphasis on supporting our clients’ needs, fostering new technologies that advance our industry while better protecting its fragile resources, and promoting professional development within the framework of innovation and forward thinking. 

 
Job description

PaleoWest’s Portland office seeks a Principal Investigator to join our quickly growing team of experienced, motivated professionals.

Qualifications

·         Minimum education of a master’s degree specializing in archaeology
·         Minimum field experience of two years in supervisory roles, specifically in Western Oregon
·         Experience with tribal consultation
·         Demonstrated success in archaeological permitting in Oregon and Washington.
·         Ability and desire to lead business development efforts
·         Maintains a strong network of professional contacts
·         Be adaptable, and eager to grow with a new office

 

Additional Information

PaleoWest is one of the most respected firms in the industry, with offices across the United States.  If you are interested in joining our rapidly growing team of professionals, please send a resume, cover letter including salary requirements, and three professional references.  Pay commensurate with experience.

All applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to age, gender, race, creed, color, national origin, ancestry, marital status, or sexual orientation.

Interested parties apply here.


Parsons Corporation - Staff Archaeologist - Pasadena, California

rjoe_brandon
 

 

Parsons Corporation

 

Email Resume to Chris.Miles@....

 Chris.Miles at - Parsons.com

 

Req #: R111125
Location: PasadenaCA
Category: Technical Support/Technician/Scientific

Historic/Pre-Historic Archaeologist – Southern California Region

Opportunity :       

      Parsons is seeking to hire a Registered Professional Archaeologist (Principal Investigator—Prehistoric or Historic Archaeologist) to support our environmental planning team on a consultative basis supporting  projects throughout California. This position would be filled on a casual basis.   You can be based out of either our Pasadena, Irvine or Ontario California offices, with the ability to work remotely.

       Candidates must be qualified under the Secretary of the Interior’s standard for prehistoric or historic archaeology to conduct all types of studies, including Pedestrian Survey, Extended Phase I, Phase II, and Phase III excavations, involving historic sites, prehistoric archaeological resources, and traditional cultural properties or cultural landscapes of a prehistoric or ethnographic nature. 

Work will be done in support of Section 106 of the National Historic Preservation Act and CEQA regulations governing cultural resource compliance. Experience must include writing Finding of Effect Reports and cultural resource compliance for Section 106 and CEQA documentation. At least 5 years of experience is required. Work experience in the State of California is essential for this role. 

The candidate may be required to author and review proposals, reports for survey work, Extended Phase I, and II, and other compliance documents for Section 106 of the National Historic Preservation Act compliance, CEQA, and due diligence projects, with peer review to ensure document quality. Candidate may also conduct consultant oversight and contract management. The candidate will demonstrate the ability to work successfully both independently and with planners and project managers. The position requires excellent time management and coordination skills and may include additional planning and staff support responsibilities as needed. 

 

Responsibilities:

• Conduct records searches at appropriate information centers, archival and historic background research in support of scoping and report preparation activities 
• Conduct Phase I surveys in a variety of terrains and settings both highly urban and rural 
• prepare technical reports assessing site sensitivity for cultural resources 
• Ability to prepare Department of Parks and Recreation (DPR) 523 forms 
• Conduct Native American consultation 
• Provide support and technical assistance to planning and engineering staff 
• Ability to use GPS equipment to complete in-field mapping tasks
 

Qualifications:

• B.A. in Cultural Resource Management, Archaeology, or a related field with an emphasis in prehistoric or historic archaeology, as evidenced by appropriate coursework 
• M.A. Degree highly preferred. 
• Meets Secretary of Interior Standards for Archaeology 
• Experience designing, conducting, and reporting on Phase 1 pedestrian surveys, Phase II, and Phase III excavations 
• 5 years of experience writing Section 106 of the National Historic Preservation Act reports for Caltrans or other transportation agencies (at least 3 years working in California is essential) 
• Understanding of all cultural resource laws and regulations governing cultural resources in California 
• Demonstrated ability to carry out archaeological research to completion, as evidenced by the completion of a thesis, dissertation, or other comparable major study focusing on prehistoric or historic sites and 
• Ability to carry out the more complex and difficult aspects of the Section 106 process (beyond a general understanding of the Section 106 process and familiarity with cultural resources policies, procedures, and goals) and 
• Understanding of Caltrans cultural resources policies, procedures and goals, as demonstrated in reports and/or past performance and 
• Familiarity with Caltrans cultural resources contracting policies and procedures. 
• Familiarity with Cultural resource compliance under CEQA 
• Experience as a construction monitor 
• Experience preparing DPR 523 forms 
• Experience writing archaeological reports for CEQA compliant projects and tribal consultation under AB 52 
• Knowledge of all applicable Federal, State, and local laws pertaining to cultural resource management in California. 
• Ability to drive to site locations walk/hike and conducted field work for long hours in inclement weather, rugged terrain, and ability to carry equipment and supplies weighing up to 30 pounds 
• Proficiency with MS Office suite, Adobe suite 
• Excellent verbal, writing, and interpersonal communication skills

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Archaeological Technician Great Basin Institute / Lake Mead NRA

Sophia King
 

Archaeological Technician Great Basin Institute / Lake Mead NRA


Description:

Working cooperatively with the National Park Service’s Lake Mead National Recreation Area (LAKE), the Great Basin Institute is recruiting to hire an Archaeological Technician to join our Research Associate program. The Technician will assist NPS cultural staff with archaeological field work, museum work, lab analysis, data processing and reporting throughout the Park. Field work includes surveying for cultural resources, recording and documenting cultural resources, and testing and excavation of archaeological sites. Museum work will include accessioning and cataloging of museum objects and archives, maintaining museum records, and other miscellaneous tasks associated with the museum collections. Lab analysis and data processing duties include analysis and cataloging of artifacts, updating of databases, and filling out site forms in support of SHPO and NHPA reporting requirements. 


Museum and lab work is partially sedentary with prolonged standing, walking, and bending often required, as well as lifting and moving of heavy items weighing 50 pounds or more. Completing archaeological surveys in the southwest requires the physical endurance to walk over a variety of terrains and in a variety of weather conditions, including extreme heat. Overnight camping for several days at a time in remote areas is possible.


Compensation:   

  • Rate of Pay: $16.00 per hour

  • Health, Dental and Vision Insurance, completely paid for at no cost to you

  • Paid leave accumulation and holidays

  • $20 field per diem while camping


Timeline:  

  • 6 month appointment beginning August 2020, or upon availability and completion of a Department of Interior background investigation

  • Full time; 40 hours per week 


Location:

This Research Associate position will be based out of Boulder City, Nevada where the Lake Mead National Recreation Area Headquarters is located. It is a 20 minute drive from the city of Henderson which lies on the outskirts of Las Vegas. Lake Mead National Recreation Area encompasses 1.5 million acres in southern Nevada and northwestern Arizona, in the transition of the Mojave and Sonoran Deserts. It hosts 7.5 million visitors per year.


Qualifications:

Required:

  • Educational and field experiences related to archaeology, anthropology, or indigenous peoples studies;

  • Ability to work in harsh and rapidly changing environments, camp in the backcountry for consecutive days, work in all types of weather conditions, traverse uneven terrain, and be in overall good physical condition;

  • Ability to work productively and cooperatively as part of a team to accomplish mutual goals and communicate effectively with a diverse public;

  • Ability to use Microsoft Office programs, specifically Access and Excel;

  • Posses a valid, state-issued driver’s license and clean driving record.


Additional desired qualifications:

  • Knowledge of historic and/or prehistoric history and artifacts of the Mojave desert regions of the southwest;

  • Read and interpret topographical maps and navigate using a compass;

  • Experience operating hand-held GPS equipment for navigation and electronic field data collection;

  • Experience using ArcGIS;

  • Experience driving 4WD vehicles on paved and un-paved roads;

  • Possess good organizational skills and be detail oriented; and

  • Experience working in the desert southwest, or similar desert climates. 


How to Apply:

Please follow the link to apply directly through our online portal: https://www.vscyberhosting.com/greatbasin/careers.aspx?rf=GBIwebsite&req=2020-RAP-065


The Great Basin Institute conforms to all the laws, statutes, and regulations concerning equal employment opportunities and affirmative action. We strongly encourage women, minorities, individuals with disabilities and veterans to apply to all of our job openings. We are an equal opportunity employer and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity, or national origin, age, disability status, Genetic Information & Testing, Family & Medical Leave, protected veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by law. We prohibit retaliation against individuals who bring forth any complaint, orally or in writing, to the employer or the government, or against any individuals who assist or participate in the investigation of any complaint or otherwise oppose discrimination.



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Archaeological Compliance Research Associate (Section 106) Great Basin Institute / Death Valley National Park

Sophia King
 

Archaeological Compliance Research Associate (Section 106) Great Basin Institute / Death Valley National Park


Description:

Working cooperatively with the National Park Service’s Death Valley National Park (DEVA), the Great Basin Institute is recruiting an (1) Archeological Compliance Research Associate (RA) to join our program and assist DEVA archaeology staff. The RA will conduct monitoring, produce the necessary archeological inventories and assist the Park Section 106 Coordinator with compliance documentation. As part of the analysis required by the National Historic Preservation Act (NHPA) and by the National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) for potential ground disturbing projects, a Section 106 of NHPA cultural resource evaluation must be completed to evaluate effects to federally owned historic and prehistoric sites. In order to complete these specialist reports, surveys for archaeological resources need to be completed for all proposed projects. The RA will also conduct cultural resources literature reviews and identify gaps in the Park’s data. 


The RA will support a variety of cultural resource projects which may include all stages of the archaeological survey process, which includes: pre-field review (search of archaeological databases to determine if the area had been surveyed before and if there are any known archaeological sites in the area), intensive archaeological pedestrian surveys (cultural properties will be fully inventoried, recorded, and GPS documented), site documentation, and development of the final reports.


Examples of needed skills include: experience with field monitoring; working knowledge of 36 CFR Part 800; writing NHPA consultation letters; file management; preparation of National Register Nominations and Determinations of Eligibility; preparation or contribution to MOAs and PAs; working as part of an interdisciplinary team; coordinating reviews with qualified cultural resource professionals; prioritizing workload; and tracking and communicating status of tasks.


 Compensation:   

  • Rate of pay: up to $24.00/hour depending upon education and experience.

  • Health, Dental, and Vision Insurance fully covered

  • Paid leave and holidays

  • Park housing may be available: Shared housing but single occupancy in rooms and no shared bathrooms until at least the end of the calendar year; no pets

 

 Timeline:  

  • Up to one year appointment beginning August/September 2020, or upon availability and completion of a Department of Interior background investigation

  • 40 hours per week; some overtime and weekend work may occasionally be required

 

Location:

Death Valley National Park is located in Nevada and California and boasts some of the hottest and driest climates, and lowest elevation in North America. A superlative desert of streaming sand dunes, snow-capped mountains, multicolored rock layers, water-fluted canyons and 3 million acres of wilderness. Home to the Timbisha Shoshone people and to plants and animals unique to the harshest desert.


Housing in the park may be available at an affordable rate; otherwise the closest available accommodations are in Pahrump or Beatty, Nevada (both approximately 1 hour away). 


Qualifications:

Technical Requirements-

  • Master’s degree in Archaeology or related field, required;

  • Knowledge of 36 CFR Part 800;

  • Ability to understand, implement and adhere to Secretary of the Interior professional qualification standards;

  • Ability to understand, implement and adhere to the 2008 Nationwide Programmatic Agreement between the NPS and NCSHPO;

  • Ability to utilize ArcGIS and/or AutoCAD software to build maps, organize and manage data, and manipulate data layers;

  • Field experiences related to archaeology, anthropology, or indigenous peoples studies – in particular, historic and prehistoric Mojave Desert archaeology desirable;

  • Ability to understand, implement and adhere to established data collection, inventory, recording, and monitoring protocols;

  • Capacity to collect and maintain field data in an organized manner that is easily understood and accessible to other resources staff (GBI or NPS);

  • Experience completing archeological site forms (or portions of site forms) and/or entering site form data in to database programs;

  • Experience preparing, reviewing and writing reports; 

  • Experience operating hand-held GPS equipment for navigation and electronic field data collection; experience post-processing field data, a plus;

  • Read and interpret topographical maps and navigate using a compass;

  • Possess a clean, valid, state-issued driver’s license with ability to safely operate and maintain a 4WD vehicle on and off paved roads;

  • Ability to work productively and cooperatively as part of a team focused on accomplishing mutual goals and communicate effectively, both written and orally, with a diverse audience;

  • Flexibility and capability to meet the demands of rapidly changing plans and schedules;

  • Possess good organizational skills and be detail oriented; and 

  • Ability to work in harsh and rapidly changing environments, camp in the backcountry for consecutive days, work in all types of weather conditions, traverse uneven terrain, carry a heavy pack in excess of 35-45 lbs, and be in overall good physical condition; prior experience working in the desert southwest, or similar desert climates, desirable. 


Successful applicant must complete a Department of Interior (DOI) Background Investigation (BI) or submit paperwork to NPS human resources indicating an active and fully adjudicated BI has already been completed prior to beginning position. If you already have a fully adjudicated BI, please let us know in your application. 


How to Apply:

Please follow the link to apply directly through our online portal: https://www.vscyberhosting.com/greatbasin/careers.aspx?rf=PD&req=2020-RAP-066


We conform to all the laws, statutes, and regulations concerning equal employment opportunities and affirmative action. We strongly encourage women, minorities, individuals with disabilities and veterans to apply to all of our job openings. We are an equal opportunity employer and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity, or national origin, age, disability status, Genetic Information & Testing, Family & Medical Leave, protected veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by law. We prohibit Retaliation against individuals who bring forth any complaint, orally or in writing, to the employer or the government, or against any individuals who assist or participate in the investigation of any complaint or otherwise oppose discrimination.



The Great Basin Institute advances environmental research, education, and service throughout the west. The institute promotes applied research and ecological literacy through community engagement and agency partnerships to support national parks, forests, open spaces and public lands.


GIS Technicians - Cultural Resources (Elko, NV)

Sophia King
 

GIS Technician - Cultural Resources (Elko, NV)

The Great Basin Institute, in cooperation with the BLM (NV) Elko District Office (EKDO), is recruiting two (2) AmeriCorps GIS Technicians to support the EKDO cultural resource program. Technicians will qualify for the Public Land Corps (PLC) noncompetitive government hiring status (see below for explanation) upon successful completion of this position. Technicians will use analog records and GIS to insure that cultural resource data from approximately 4,000 records have the correct geospatial data to be stored in the SHPO database. This archaeological archiving and records management project will provide the successful applicants with exposure to federal data, records and database systems, provide insight about how a federal land management agency operates under a multiple-use mission, and will offer the opportunity to develop and sharpen skills related to GIS and data management. Upon completion of this position, Technicians will be better prepared with the geospatial skillset necessary to function in today’s cultural resources field. 

Being a member of the cultural resources team on the Elko District, this program may also involve a variety of cultural resources management activities including but not limited to:  

 Carrying out/participating in cultural resources surveys.
 Documenting archaeological sites and architectural resources.
 Intensively recording previously documented cultural resources.
 Monitoring archaeological sites and architectural resources.
 Carrying out mitigation for archaeological sites and architectural resources.
 Drafting/reviewing/editing cultural resources reports.
 Organizing cultural resources data in analog and digital files housed at the District.
 Working on geospatial data correction for cultural resources.
 Participate in volunteer events designed to increase public participation with public land stewardship.
 Participate in the youth program designed to involve youth with cultural resources educational activities.

Work Environment:


Approximately 90 percent of the work is in the office.  Office work involves using GIS to create maps and conduct analysis.  Organizing and correcting analog and digital records and files.  Planning and organizing field projects and educational events.

Approximately 10 percent of the work is in the field.  The fieldwork will involve driving and walking over rough and sandy terrain with wide variations in temperature ranging from below freezing in the fall and winter to above 90 degrees F during the summer.

BLM Equipment Used – training will be provided for all equipment used.  Safety is our first priority: Computers, GPS Units, Utility vehicles, 4x4 vehicles, and Monitoring Equipment (tapes, compasses, clinometer, etc.)

Physical Demands:


Duties in the office will require a significant amount of sitting, focused on computer work as well as working with paper documents.  Duties required for outside work involve walking, bending, climbing hills, lifting and carrying various materials or supplies which are occasionally heavy.  Daily work shifts of 8 to 10 hours are anticipated within a 40 hour work week.  The work week is Monday through Friday.  Occasional circumstances require adjusting the work week to accommodate special cultural resources education events which typically take place on Saturday.

Qualifications:

Because the agreement under which this position is being advertised is a Public Lands Corps Youth Assistance Agreement, all applicants must be between the ages of 17 and 30 years old at time of application.
 Bachelor’s degree in Anthropology, History, or allied discipline with coursework in GIS;

 Educational and field experiences related to archaeology;
 Experience using ArcGIS 10.x;
 Exposure to reviewing and interpreting cultural resource data in reports, maps, photographs, etc.;
 Interest in strengthening current skills in developing, editing, organizing, and managing digital files using databases;
 Written and verbal communication skills, with an ability to effectively communicate BLM land management (multiple-use) principles and cultural resource management concepts;
 Experience working with the BLM and/or working in the Central Great Basin region desirable. Additional requirements:
 Ability to work independently and in a team setting to accomplish project goals;
 Possess strong organizational skills with ability to meet deadlines and produce professional deliverables including draft documents for team review;
 Flexibility and capability to meet the demands of rapidly changing plans and schedules;
 Possess a valid, state-issued driver’s license and clean driving record with experience safely operating 4WD trucks on and off paved roads;
 Willingness and ability to consistently enact high performance standards and a strong work and team ethic in support of the mission of GBI and goals of BLM;
 Complete a Department of Interior (DOI) Background Investigation (BI). Applicants who already possess a fully adjudicated BI will be strongly considered; and
 Ability to meet AmeriCorps eligibility requirements: (1) U.S. citizenship or legal resident alien status, (2) eligible to receive an AmeriCorps Education Award (limit of four terms or the equivalent of two full-time education awards), (3) pass National Sex Offender Public Website (NSOPW) and federal criminal background checks, (4) adhere to the rules, regulations, and code of conduct as specified in the Member Service Agreement; and (5) not engage in any prohibited activities as listed in the Member Service Agreement.

Compensation:

• AmeriCorps Living Allowance: $22,100 (total). This is not an hourly wage and is allocated to the AmeriCorps member every other week (approximately $920 biweekly before taxes) throughout the service term. 

• Housing Allowance: $75/week ($150 biweekly)

• Segal AmeriCorps Education Award: $6,095 (upon successful completion). The Education Award can be applied to qualifying student loans, tuition at a Title IV accredited college, and other educational expenses.

Benefits:

• Limited health, dental and vision insurance premiums will be completely paid for at no cost to you by the Great Basin Institute and available starting your first day of service.

Special Position Benefits:

The completion of a successful internship under the BLM Elko’s Cultural Resources Youth Assistance Agreement with positive employee performance reviews allows for the BLM to confer non-competitive eligibility for government hiring on the intern for two years following completion of the position. 

This non-competitive eligibility allows an individual to apply for Federal non-competitive merit promotion positions (internal government hires).  This means that after all program requirements have been met, the intern may apply for a job without having to compete with the general public or people with veteran’s preference. However, the intern will compete with other competitive service employees. Our office vigorously pursues working with interns to enable them to transform non-competitive eligibility into permanent careers with the federal government.

Location:

The BLM Elko District Office encompasses 7.2 million acres spread across 12.6 million acres in northeastern Nevada within the Basin and Range Province. Recreation opportunities, including hiking, camping, visiting cultural resource sites, and wildlife viewing, abound in this region. The town of Elko (pop. 18,000) is located along the I-80 corridor and is approximately 230 miles west of Salt Lake City, UT and 290 miles east of Reno, NV. Elko proudly honors its history and culture with events through the year, including the annual National Cowboy Poetry Gathering and National Basque Festival.

How to Apply:

To learn more and apply, please follow the link below:

https://www.vscyberhosting.com/greatbasin/careers.aspx?rf=SHOVEL&req=2019-ACI-065


The Great Basin Institute advances environmental research, education, and service throughout the west. The institute promotes applied research and ecological literacy through community engagement and agency partnerships to support national parks, forests, open spaces and public lands.


ISAS Assistant Scientist/Senior Research Archaeologist - Illinois State Archaeological Survey - Full Time, Benefit Eligible

Pankey, Janice L
 

Assistant Scientist
Senior Research Archaeologist

Illinois State Archaeological Survey

Prairie Research Institute

University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

American Bottom Field Station

Collinsville, IL

 

The Illinois State Archaeological Survey (ISAS) is part of the Prairie Research Institute (PRI) at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, which is centrally located between Chicago, St. Louis, and Indianapolis. For 80 years, the University of Illinois has studied the state’s archaeological heritage.  ISAS incorporates that knowledge into its programs to protect, preserve and interpret these irreplaceable and non-renewable resources within the context of Illinois’ need to encourage and promote sustainable development.  Learn more at go.illinois.edu/PRIjobs.

 

The University of Illinois is an Equal Opportunity, Affirmative Action employer that recruits and hires qualified candidates without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, age, national origin, disability or veteran status.  For more information, visit http://go.illinois.edu/EEO

 

ISAS and PRI at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, is seeking an Assistant Scientist, Senior Research Archaeologist for its American Bottom Field Station in Collinsville, Illinois.  The successful candidate will:

 

·        Supervise and conduct all levels of archaeological research projects:  fieldwork, data analysis, and descriptive and interpretive report preparation.

·        Lead research teams in the investigation of complex pre-Columbian archaeological projects and oversee all levels of archaeological field investigations, recovering the remains of domestic buildings and related features, contributing to the continuing development of household archaeology and field methodology.

·        Manage the recruitment, hiring, and orientation of project staff.

·        Supervise assigned staff including task assignment, ongoing performance management with coaching and feedback, career development mentoring, leave/travel approval, and conducting annual performance reviews.

·        Perform and supervise analyses of recovered feature, ceramic, and lithic data and provide interpretations thereof.

·        Compile, edit, and author large-scale archaeological reports and ATSRs, ASSRs, and technical reports and report chapters detailing recovered archaeological data and the interpretations thereof.

·        Conduct independent and supplemental research activities as time and workflow dictates; perform other duties as needed in order to further the mission and goals of ISAS and PRI.

·        Sporadic in-state overnight travel to and from field projects for the purpose of participating in and/or conducting fieldwork may be required; must possess a valid driver's license and insurance.

Requirements:

 

·        A PhD in Anthropology, Archaeology, or a closely related field.

·        A minimum of 3 years’ experience conducting archaeological investigations in the Plains, Midwest, or Eastern Woodlands of the US.

·        A demonstrated writing record and proficiency with word processing, spreadsheet, and graphic software; writing samples may be requested.

 

Preferred:

 

·        Experience conducting studies using the Illinois Department of Transportation (IDOT) requirements and professional guidelines.

·        Knowledge of the archaeological resources of Illinois and Woodland and Mississippian archaeology.

·        Specialization in household archaeology, site formation, feature analysis, and/or settlement pattern analysis.

 

This is a regular, full-time benefit eligible, academic professional position, renewable annually based upon satisfactory performance and continued funding.  The starting date is as soon as possible after the closing date and salary is commensurate with experience.  To ensure full consideration, applications must be received by July 29, 2020To apply, please visit <http://jobs.illinois.edu> to complete an online profile and to upload 1) your cover letter that clearly articulates how your qualifications and experience make you a viable candidate for this position and should address the qualifications listed above; 2) résumé/CV detailing your relevant qualifications, and 3) the contact information (including email addresses) of three professional references.  All requested information/documentation must be submitted through this online system for applications to be considered.  Incomplete applications will not be reviewed.  For further information regarding application procedures, you may contact Ms. Janice Pankey, <jpankey@...>.  Individuals with questions concerning this position should contact Dr. Kimberly Schaefer, <kaschaef@...>, or Dr. Timothy Pauketat <pauketat@...>.

 

The University of Illinois conducts criminal background checks on all job candidates upon acceptance of a contingent offer.  As a qualifying federal contractor, the University of Illinois System uses E-Verify to verify employment eligibility.

 

Janice

Janice Pankey, IL CRA

Business/Administrative Manager

Illinois State Archaeological Survey

Prairie Research Instute
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
209 Nuclear Physics Lab

23 Stadium Drive

Champaign, IL  61820
Ph: 217-244-4244
Fx:  217-244-7458

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Archaeologist Needed @ Redhorse Corporation - Edwards Air Force Base, CA

Mary-Helen Brown <mary-helen.brown@...>
 

Archaeologist
 
About the Organization
Now is a great time to join Redhorse Corporation. Redhorse specializes in developing and implementing creative strategies and solutions with private, state, and federal customers in the areas of cultural and environmental resources services, climate and energy change, information technology, and intelligence services. We are hiring creative, motivated, and talented people with a passion for doing what's right, what's smart, and what works.
 
Position Description
Redhorse Corporation is seeking an Archaeologist to assist on a task that may include monitoring cultural resources; evaluating archaeological sites to determine their eligibility for listing on the National Register of Historic Places (NRHP); Native American consultation; maintaining curation of archival materials and the curation facility; updating the existing Edwards AFB. 

 
Responsibilities:
Primary duties will focus on assisting the Senior Archaeologist/Project Manager by performing tasks associated with conducting archaeological testing, excavation of test units, drawing profiles of units, surface collection of artifacts, washing or cleaning of artifacts, and recording data with a trimble GPS. The Archaeologist will perform archaeological /environmental project assignments and coordinate project issues with project team members while taking direction from the Lead Archaeologist.
 
The Archaeologist
will assist in authoring reports per direction of the Lead Archaeologist, communicate directly with the Lead Archaeologist, and be involved with tasks that may include monitoring cultural resources; evaluating archaeological sites to determine their eligibility for listing on the National Register of Historic Places (NRHP); Native American consultation; maintaining curation of archival materials and the curation facility; updating the existing Edwards AFB ICRMP; conducting Phase I archaeological surveys; conducting Phase II evaluations; maintenance of archaeological data across several databases; and utilization of GIS and GPS. The candidate will augment existing customer capabilities, work in a team framework, and be an on-site specialist to assist with the cultural resources program. The Archaeologist will work on-site at the customer’s facility (and at home, due to COVID-19) at Edwards AFB, CA. 

Minimum Requirements:
  • Must have at least a Bachelor’s degree in anthropology or archaeology or a MA in archaeology or related degree
  • Must be qualified per Secretary of Interior’s Professional Standards and Guidelines as outlined in the Code of Federal Regulations - 36 CFR Part 61
  • Minimum of 3-8 years of experience working in the Great Basin in Archaeological survey and/or excavation
  • Must have work history conducting archaeological field work
  • Demonstrated ability to carry research to completion, for example, by authoring reports of survey, excavation, artifact analysis, or method and theory
  • Must possess or be able to obtain a standard California Driver’s License, be able to work in extreme climatic conditions, be able to walk long distances, work with minimal supervision, use GPS technology, read maps, and be skilled in North American compliance Archaeological techniques and practices.
  • Ability to juggle multiple priorities and meet deadlines.
  • Well-developed verbal and technical report writing skills.Working knowledge of standard office computer software (e.g. Excel, Word, PowerPoint, Access, etc.) and GIS computer software (ArcGIS).
  • Experience working in the Mojave Desert and the ability to work long days in a wide range of weather conditions.
  • Knowledge and experience with mapping software (ArcMap).
  • Experience navigating and collecting data using GPS technology.
Preferred Experience:
  • Working knowledge of National Historic Preservation Act (NHPA), the Archaeological Resources Protection Act (ARPA), Native American Graves Protection and Repatriation Act (NAGPRA); other applicable federal, state and local laws and regulations; and related DoD and AF directives (including DoDI 4715.16; DoDI 4710.02; and AFI 32-7065).
  • Experience working with the Department of Defense (DoD) 
  • Upon hiring, the finalist must be able to pass a federal background check required prior to gaining access to unclassified government computer work stations.
Redhorse Corporation shall, in its discretion, modify or adjust the position to meet Redhorse’s changing needs.
This job description is not a contract and may be adjusted as deemed appropriate in Redhorse’s sole discretion.
EOE/M/F/Vet/Disabled



Salary range: $40k-$45k
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Archaeology Crew Lead – Eldorado National Forest - Needed ASAP

Carrie Pritchard
 

Archaeology Crew Lead

Great Basin Institute / Eldorado National Forest - Amador Ranger District

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Description:

The Great Basin Institute, in cooperation with Eldorado National Forest, is recruiting an Archaeology Crew Lead to support surveys of cultural resources on the forest. The Archaeology Crew Lead will be responsible for coordinating with USFS staff and GBI personnel to conduct Section 106 surveys and to document, assess and characterize the status of new and existing cultural resources, prepare State of California site records, create GIS maps, input data into the Forest Service heritage database, and assist in associated reporting. Field data, collected in accordance with USFS protocols, will be used as a basis for recommending management actions. Each Archaeology Crew Lead, will oversee a two-person crew and will support field safety, communication, planning, logistics, quality assurance, field implementation, and reporting.

 

Vegetation management projects, including fuels reduction, requiring Section 106 compliance will be the priority on the for Eldorado National Forest. Common resources found in the area include logging and railroad camps with associated artifacts and landscape features and pre-contact sites ranging in age and function. 

 

The work is physically demanding and involves hiking in steep terrain at high altitudes (6,000-9000 ft.) on a daily basis, commonly during extreme or inclement weather conditions such as snow or rain or high wind events.   The candidate will need to bring their own gear for such conditions.  The position will require working in remote locations on National Forest land.

 

Location:    

Work will take place on the Eldorado National Forest (NF), Amador Ranger District, near Pioneer, CA (60 miles east of Sacramento). Located in the central Sierra Nevada, the Eldorado NF is bordered on the east by the Lake Tahoe Basin and the Humboldt-Toiyabe NF, and by the Tahoe and Stanislaus NFs to the north and south, respectively. Recreational and sight-seeing opportunities abound in the vicinity. 

 

Compensation:  

  • $20.00/hour
  • Full health, dental, vision insurance coverage is provided.
  • Paid holidays in accordance with the federal schedule.
  • Housing is provided.                                                                                                                                                               

 Timeline: 

o   July – October/November 2020. Timeline dependent on COVID reponse and project needs. 

o   Full time, 40 hours per week, generally Monday-Thursday

 

Preferred Qualifications:

  • Bachelor’s degree in anthropology, archaeology or related discipline (including relevant field methods training coursework and/or an accredited archaeological field school);
  • Two years of fieldwork experience including archaeological survey, site recording, monitoring, GPS data collection, and associated reporting, previous field leadership experience is a plus;
  • Ability to recognize and record prehistoric and historic artifacts, features, and architecture;
  • Possess a clean, valid, state-issued driver’s license with the ability to safely operate and maintain a 4WD vehicle on and off paved roads;
  • Strong organizational skills and ability to work cooperatively as well as independently;
  • Strong written and oral communication skills with diverse audiences;
  • Ability to work effectively in a team setting with USFS staff, GBI staff, interns, volunteers, academic, state, and federal partners;
  • Ability to work safely and productively in remote field settings under adverse conditions. This includes occasionally overnight camping in remote areas for consecutive nights. 

  • At least one year of field leadership experience and at least six months of field leadership experience in California, the Sierras, and/or the Great Basin;
  • Familiarity with Section 106/110 NHPA and California and/or Nevada SHPO compliance procedures;
  • Knowledge of cultural resource management issues in the Western United States;
  • Familiarity with cultural history and forested habitat of the Sierra Nevada region;
  • Proficiency in navigating using a GPS, topographic map and compass;
  • Ability to exercise quality control in data collection and management;
  • Advanced skill using specialized software such as Microsoft Office Suite, ArcMap GIS, and Google Earth.

How to Apply:

Please follow the link to apply directly through our online portal:

https://www.vscyberhosting.com/greatbasin/Careers.aspx?req=2020-RAP-019&type=JOBDESCR  


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Carrie Pritchard, MA, RPA
Cultural Resource Program Manager
Great Basin Institute
16750 Mt. Rose Highway
Reno, NV 89511-8774
(760) 709 2477 (Cell/Remote work #) 


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Carrie Pritchard, MA, RPA
Cultural Resource Program Manager
Great Basin Institute
16750 Mt. Rose Highway
Reno, NV 89511-8774
775-674-5490 (Office) 


TRC - Archaeological Field Director/Project Archaeologist - Lanham, MD

Egbalic, Steve
 

TRC

Archaeological Field Director/Project Archaeologist – Lanham, MD

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TRC Companies, Inc. is a global consulting, engineering, and construction management firm that provides integrated services to the energy, environmental, and infrastructure markets. TRC serves a broad range of clients in government and industry, implementing complex projects from initial concept to delivery and operation. TRC has an opening for a full-time, permanent Archaeological Field Director or Project Archaeologist in our Lanham, Maryland office. This position will based on candidate’s professional experience and qualifications.

This person will work on large-scale and small-scale projects throughout the Mid-Atlantic and Northeast regions. We are looking for an individual enthusiastic about his/her work with a strong commitment to client service and technical excellence. The successful candidate will enjoy the challenges of working alongside others in a fast-paced environment and of helping to develop effective solutions to both expected and unexpected project challenges. This position will require frequent travel away from the home office. TRC offers advancement potential and a competitive compensation and benefits package including health benefits and a 401k plan with a company match.

 

Job Responsibilities:

  1. Direct all types of archaeological projects, ranging from small local surveys through large, multi-year and multi-state projects
  1. Handle planning, logistics, and supervision of fieldwork for projects as assigned and author reports, under the direction of the Project Manager/Principal Investigator
  2. Promote TRC safety and quality standards, policies and procedures and ensure field employees comply
  3. Ensure that all work and data collected are accurate, organized, and of high quality

 

Job Requirements:

  1. An MA or MS in anthropology with a focus in terrestrial archeology
  2. Experience in all aspects of archaeological fieldwork, including supervisory experience
  1. Familiarity with digital field technology (GPS units, tablets, cameras)
  2. Excellent written and verbal communication skills
  3. A commitment to safety
  4. Ability to accomplish tasks in a timely manner, with a track record of meeting deadlines
  5. Excellent interpersonal and management skills
  6. The ability to work well on a team and individually
  7. Basic knowledge of Section 106 and state and federal regulations and environmental review processes and requirements
  8. A valid driver's license with a clean driving record
  9. Successful completion of a background check and drug screen

 

EOE/Minorities/Female/Protected Veterans/Disabled

 

 

 

 

Steven Egbalic
Senior Recruiter

505 East Huntland Drive, Suite 250, Austin, TX 78752

Phone:  714-615-5358

LinkedIn | Twitter | Blog | TRCcompanies.com

 

 


Archaeologist_Environmental Consulting Firm_Norman, Oklahoma_Full or Part-Time

Melissa Feuerborn
 

Education: MA in Archaeology, Anthropology or a related field

 

Experience: 2 years of applicable or related experience.

 

Qualification: Minimum professional qualifications listed in the Secretary of Interior’s Standards and Guidelines for Archaeology and Historic Preservation, in accordance with 36 CFR Part 61, Appendix A; 48 FR 44716.

Skills/Abilities:

•             Technical report writing

•             Preparing various types of reports and NEPA documentation

•             Experience in conducting archaeological field studies associated with linear transportation projects

•             Ability to travel to remote areas of Oklahoma – some overnight travel required

•             Ability to work independently

•             Be able to perform field work in inclement weather and with the potential exposure to wildlife

•             Clean driving record

•             Experience using ESRI Arcmap and GIS software preferred

•             Ability to use GPS units preferred

 

Familiarity with the Oklahoma Department of Transportation’s CRP Procedure Manual

 

Job Types: Full-time, Part-time

 

If interested, or for more information, applicants may send a resume or question to normanenviroconsultant@...

normanenviroconsultant - at - gmail.com

 


 

 


Junior Archaeologist needed for Houston, TX office

Patricia Christmas
 

Stone Point Services, LLC, is seeking applicants for a full-time Junior Archaeologist for our Houston, TX office.  This region covers generally Coastal South Texas to Southeast Louisiana, with additional regions as needed.  An MA/ MS degree in Anthropology, Archaeology,  or a closely related discipline is required.  Salary will range from $38 – 40,000 per year, to be discussed during the interview process.  A minimum of one year of field work experience is preferred.

 

If interested, please send a copy of your CV or resume and a cover letter to Todd McMakin at Todd@....

 

For more information about Stone Point Services, please visit our website at: www.stonepointservices.com


Field Technicians - Phase I Survey in New Jersey

Stephanie Grubb
 

Richard Grubb & Associates (RGA) is currently seeking qualified field technicians for a Phase I Survey in Mullica Hill, New Jersey. Applicants should have a BA/BS degree in anthropology/archaeology or equivalent work experience. Experience in the Mid-Atlantic and particularly New Jersey is helpful, as is current OSHA 40-Hour HAZWOPER certification. Applicants must be within reasonable commuting distance. Crew members are responsible for driving their own vehicles to the project area. Each crew member will also be individually responsible for excavating, screening and backfilling shovel test pits.

 

Please email resumes to:

 

Paul George, Field Logistics Coordinator

E-mail: pgeorge@...

 

RGA is strongly committed to creating a diverse and inclusive environment where a variety of backgrounds, cultures, orientations, ideas, and talents can flourish.  RGA is an equal-opportunity employer, and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability status, protected veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by law. RGA is a Drug-Free Workplace. 

RGA participates in E-Verify

 

RGA is committed to the health and safety of our employees and the public. Due to the current COVID-19 Pandemic, all project personnel will strictly adhere to RGA’s COVID-19 Safety Plan.

Crew is encouraged to bring their own face masks or hand sanitizer/hand wipes. Anyone who uses a re-usable face mask (their own or provided by RGA) is responsible for sanitizing the face mask daily for the duration of the project.

 

 


Archaeology Field Technician - USDA Forest Service GS-05 Rutland, Vermont. August 1 – September 30, 2020

rjoe_brandon
 

The USDA Forest Service is a government entity. The Archaeology Field Technician position is a GS-0102-05 with a starting salary of $16.73/hour. The GMFL is searching for 1-2 field technicians to work out of the Supervisor Office in Rutland, Vermont.  The field technicians will start work on field projects August 1 – September 30, 2020. Their work schedule will be either 8hrs/day for 5 days/week or 10hrs/day for 4 days/week. There is no housing available. You must have a valid driver license and reliable transportation. 

 

Please send your CV/Resume and any government performance evaluation if you have one, by email to:donna.grosz@...

 donna.grosz  usda.gov

Job Responsibilities:

·       Conducts inventories of Forest cultural resources in areas of proposed Forest Service projects.

 

·       Researches reference materials such as State and National register files, historic documents, archeological reports, maps and aerial photos, and interviews source individuals concerning project areas. 

 

·       Performs on-the-ground area surveys for surface and subsurface evidence of historic and prehistoric archeological remains. Identifies and records historic and prehistoric cultural resource sites. 

 

·       Ensure that all work and data collected are accurate, organized, and of high quality.

 

·       Transfers GPS data to a GIS Arc View program loaded in a computer to create site and survey maps.

 

·       Ensures that archeology work assignments are carried out in safe, timely manner according to established standards and procedures.

 

Qualified Candidates must meet the following Job Requirements:

·       Bachelor’s degree in Anthropology, Archaeology, or a related field;

·       Completed an accredited archaeological field school;

·       Basic knowledge of Section 106 and state and federal regulations and environmental review processes and requirements;

·       Some experience in all aspects of archaeological fieldwork;

·       Ability to walk up to 5-6 miles a day or up to 8-10 hours (8hrs/day for 5 days/wk. or 10hrs/day for 4 days/wk.);

·       Ability to work in inclement weather;

·       Ability to conduct shovel tests;

·       Familiarity with digital field technology (GPS units, tablets, cameras);

 

·       A commitment to safety;

 

·       Successful completion of a background check;

·       Ability to work both individual and as part of a team; and

·       A valid driver’s license and reliable transportation.

 

COVID-19 precautionary measures will be implemented in the office and field.  

 

 

 





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Technicians Needed in ND

beavercreekarchaeology
 

Beaver Creek Archaeology (BCA) is currently looking to immediately fill multiple positions for archaeological technicians to help assist us with survey and construction monitoring work throughout the Great Plains region. To apply for this vacancy, please submit your cover letter, CV/Resume by following the link below to the full job posting on our website. Phone call inquiries will not be accepted.

 

https://www.bcarch.org/employment_opportunities/archaeological-technician

 

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AKPC- Field Technician Positions-San Luis Valley, CO

Amie and Kimberly
 

AK Pioneer Consulting (AKPC) is a small woman-owned business working out of offices near Denver and Colorado Springs, CO. AKPC is searching for 2-3 field technicians for a small project near Saguache, Colorado starting July 8th, 2020 for five to six field days. Crews will work 8 hours a day. Hourly rates vary between $20-21/hr. depending on experience. Per diem is $55 per day and lodging is single occupancy provided for all workdays by AKPC. 

Qualified candidates must have:

·  Bachelor’s degree in Anthropology, Archaeology, or a related field;

·  Completed an accredited archaeological field school;

·  A minimum of 6 months of archaeological field experience;

·  Ability to walk up to 5-6 miles a day or up to 6-8 hours;

·  Ability to work in inclement weather;

·  Basic ability to identify prehistoric & historic artifacts, complete form information and take photographs;

·  Ability to conduct shovel tests;

·  Ability to work both individual and as part of a team; and

·  A valid driver’s license and reliable transportation.

 

COVID-19 precautionary measures will be implemented in the field.  

Send Resume by email to akpioneerconsulting@...


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AK Pioneer Consulting, LLC
1768 Bluebird Drive
Bailey, Colorado 80421
Historic Preservation - NHPA and NEPA Compliance



   


TRC - Archaeological Field Director - Chapel Hill, NC

Egbalic, Steve
 

TRC

Archaeological Field Director – Chapel Hill, NC

Click to Apply

 

TRC Companies, Inc. is a global consulting, engineering, and construction management firm that provides integrated services to the energy, environmental, and infrastructure markets. TRC serves a broad range of clients in government and industry, implementing complex projects from initial concept to delivery and operation. TRC has an opening for a full-time, permanent Archaeological Field Director in our Chapel Hill, North Carolina office.

This person will work on large-scale and small-scale projects throughout the Southeast and Mid-Atlantic regions. We are looking for an individual enthusiastic about his/her work with a strong commitment to client service and technical excellence. The successful candidate will enjoy the challenges of working alongside others in a fast-paced environment and of helping to develop effective solutions to both expected and unexpected project challenges. This position will require frequent travel away from the home office. TRC offers advancement potential and a competitive compensation and benefits package including health benefits and a 401k plan with a company match.

Job Responsibilities:

  • Direct all types of archaeological projects, ranging from small local surveys through large, multi-year and multi-state projects
  • Handle planning, logistics, and supervision of fieldwork for projects as assigned and author reports, under the direction of the Project Manager/Principal Investigator
  • Promote TRC safety and quality standards, policies and procedures and ensure field employees comply
  • Ensure that all work and data collected are accurate, organized, and of high quality

Job Requirements:

  • An MA or MS in anthropology with a focus in terrestrial archeology
  • Some experience in all aspects of archaeological fieldwork with some supervisory experience preferred
  • Some familiarity with digital field technology (GPS units, tablets, cameras)
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills
  • A commitment to safety
  • Ability to accomplish tasks in a timely manner, with a track record of meeting deadlines
  • Excellent interpersonal and management skills
  • The ability to work well on a team and individually
  • Basic knowledge of Section 106 and state and federal regulations and environmental review processes and requirements
  • A valid driver's license with a clean driving record
  • Successful completion of a background check and drug screen

 

EOE/Minorities/Female/Protected Veterans/Disabled

 

 

 

Steven Egbalic
Senior Recruiter

505 East Huntland Drive, Suite 250, Austin, TX 78752

Phone:  714-615-5358

LinkedIn | Twitter | Blog | TRCcompanies.com

 

 


Applied Anthropology Laboratories Project Archaeologist Ball State University: Position closes 7/25/2020.

rjoe_brandon
 

Applied Anthropology Laboratories Project Archaeologist
Ball State University
 
The Applied Anthropology Laboratories is a highly productive research and community outreach Institute within the College of Sciences and Humanities that engages undergraduate and graduate students in hands- on in learning, building transferable skills, and building a record of competencies in their discipline to prepare them for productive careers. We perform a wide range of research and service for a wide variety of community partners funded by agencies from the National Parks Service, to National Science Foundation, to the National Endowment for the Humanities, and private clients. Come engage in state of the art research, training, and service with us. Learn. Work. Discover.
 
The Applied Anthropology Laboratories (AAL) continues its >40-year history providing experiential learning opportunities for students in Anthropology and related disciplines. AAL prepares Ball State students for a variety of jobs through paid opportunities to work with community partners. The AAL makes substantive contributions to four of the five goals of Destination 2040: Our Flight Path, advancing student preparation and impactful research while engaging a variety of external community partners.
 
AAL’s mission is to provide students experience in their chosen field, aiding them in translating classroom ideas into action, building transferable skills, and paving the way to fulfilling careers. To accomplish
this, AAL staff maintain a diverse array of externally contracts and grants generating hundreds of thousands of dollars in funding annually. These funded projects create various applied performance opportunities for students. Our motto is “Learn. Work. Discover.” This really captures the opportunities we provide to our students. Students learn how to work in their chosen field while making new scholarly discoveries, all while providing valuable services and products to outside community partners.
 
The AAL teaches students how to be professionals, preparing them for fulfilling careers while advancing many different community engaged projects. From working with American Indian tribes to publicly present a more accurate interpretation of their history, to helping communities and private firms comply with federal regulations to make desired economic development improvements, to helping local historical societies manage their collections and interpretations for their audiences. We are student-focused. We are community-engaged. We conduct high quality research. We #LearnWorkDiscover! We Fly!
 Aid the Director and other AAL staff in securing and executing contracts and grants;
 supervise students in field and laboratory techniques; conduct AAL field projects including analysis and report
 writing; prepare survey, testing, and subsurface reconnaissance proposals for CRM.
 
Position Function:
Minimum qualifications:
Master’s degree (MA or MS) in anthropology, archaeology, or related field from an
 accredited institution. At least one year of full-time professional experience or equivalent specialized training
 in archaeological research, administration, or
management; experience at a supervisory level in the study of
archaeological resources; at least four months of supervised field and analytic experience in general
 Midwestern archaeology. Demonstrated ability to carry research to completion. Applicant must document
 that they meet or exceed the minimum professional qualifications in archaeology published by the Secretary
 of the Interior (36 CFR Part 61). Demonstrated ability to compose quality technical reports independently.
  Candidates for searches must have current authorization to be employed in the U.S. without employer sponsorship.
 
Preferred qualifications: Course work in related fields such as soils, historic preservation, geology, history, natural resources, and/or geography. At least one year of full-time professional experience in cultural resource management in a supervisory capacity; technical familiarity and proficiency with GIS, (ArcGIS) GPS (Trimble/TerraSync), word processing, spreadsheets, databases, and remote sensing techniques; demonstrated experience in the analysis of historic and prehistoric artifacts. Existing listing on the Indiana Division of Archaeology and Historic Preservation’s Qualified Professional roster, Register of Professional Archaeologists (RPA), or other Midwestern state qualified professional roster.
 
 
Include the following documents with your application: curriculum vitae, master’s transcripts, writing sample, and cover letter addressed to Dr. Kevin Nolan. Additional Instructions: Submit a cover letter detailing your experience relevant to the job duties and qualifications, a CV or resume, at least 2 technical writing samples, and transcript of your highest degree (MA/MS required). Be sure that your cover letter and CV clearly demonstrate that you meet 36 CFR 61 qualifications. If it is unclear, you may not be eligible for further consideration. Writing samples should be sole authored if possible. If not sole authored, please identify your contribution clearly. If no technical reports available, submit the most similar writing samples that you have. If you cannot combine your writing samples into a single document, use “Other”. Please contact Dr. Nolan if you are unsure which samples are most appropriate. Unofficial transcripts are acceptable for application; degrees will be verified before hiring if necessary. The Master’s transcript is a required attachment. If you have a PhD, but no Master’s, please attach your terminal degree transcripts as the Master’s transcript. All application materials must be submitted through the Ball State University application portal. No documents submitted via email or other method will be considered as part of your application packet. 
 
Contact Dr. Nolan if you have any questions.
 
Transcripts required (even if obtained at BSU) at time of application, showing the date degree was conferred from granting institution. Original, official transcripts are required at time of hire. Degree verification will be conducted.
Minimum salary for this position is $42,500.00. Review of applications will begin immediately and will be accepted through July 25, 2020.
  Ball State University is located in Muncie, Indiana, approximately 45 miles northeast of Indianapolis. Approximately 21,000 undergraduate and graduate students enroll each year in diverse academic programs on and off campus. Our students come from all Indiana counties, all 50 states and 68 countries to pursue knowledge in seven academic colleges offering 190 undergraduate majors, 130 undergraduate minors, 140 graduate programs and 200 study abroad programs.
The Ball State way is rooted in the Beneficence Pledge – a commitment to excellence in teaching and scholarship, honesty and integrity, social responsibility, gratitude and valuing the intrinsic worth of each member of our community. Ball State students, faculty and staff are empowered in a culture that believes in them and demands they believe in themselves. They are partners in an innovative, immersive approach to education. They are supported by living and learning facilities that enable intellectual curiosity. We graduate scholars who are changing the world, and we’ve dedicated our University to do the same.
The university offers an excellent wellness program and extensive benefits offerings to include a generous paid time off package and paid parental leave. For further information regarding benefits please visit: https://cms.bsu.edu/About/AdministrativeOffices/HumanResources/Jobs/Benefits-and- Community/professional-staff
  
Ball State University is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer that is strongly and actively committed to diversity within its community. Women, minorities, individuals with disabilities and protected veterans are strongly encouraged to apply. All qualified applicants will receive equal consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, disability, protected veteran status or any other legally protected status.