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Archaeological Field Technician - On Call - O'ahu, HI

Jordan Lara
 

 

                                                                                                                               

 

Please apply via our website : https://careers-swca.icims.com/jobs/11274/archaeological-field-technician---on-call/job

 

 

 

 

Archaeological Field Technician - On Call - O'ahu, HI

 

 

About the opportunity

 

Do you thrive in the pursuit of ensuring excellence in environmental consulting services for your clients? SWCA Environmental Consultants is expanding their team and looking for dynamic individuals who are following their passion in delivering the highest-quality project work.

 

SWCA Environmental Consultants has an opening for a Temporary As Needed Archaeological Field Technician to work on projects on the island of O`ahu, as well as other Hawaiian Islands as needed. The individual selected must live on O`ahu. The position is temporary and work is dependent on project needs

 

What you will accomplish

 

Successful applicants must be able to conduct archaeological fieldwork including survey, test excavation, data recovery, and monitoring, and to undertake archival research and data analyses.

Experience and qualifications for success

  • A Bachelor’s Degree in anthropology, archaeology, or a closely related field or six (6) months archaeological field experience.
  • Must live on the island of O`ahu.
  • An accredited Field School Certification is preferred.
  • Experience with a wide range of field methodologies, including archaeological survey, test excavation, and monitoring.
  • Hawaii field experience preferred.
  • Current valid driver’s license and the ability to safely operate a 4wd vehicle on rugged, back country roads.
  • Ability to pass a Motor Vehicle background screening.
  • Ability to travel to a location, walk, and conduct fieldwork for long hours, sometimes in inclement weather, rugged terrain, often at high altitudes, and the ability to carry equipment and supplies weighing up to 40 pounds.

SWCA Environmental Consultants is a growing employee-owned firm, providing a full spectrum of environmental services. With offices across the United States, SWCA is one of the largest environmental compliance firms and ranks among Engineering News-Record’s Top 200 Environmental Firms.

 

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Solano Arch. Postings - No. California

Brian Ludwig
 

Hey Joe -

Thanks for your help and per our previous emails, please see two separate postings below.  Holler if you have any questions or if it looks like I screwed anything up (again) 😉

Cheers,
B.

Archaeological Technicians/Field Monitors - Sacramento/Stockton, California area.  Solano Archaeological Services 

 Solano Archaeological Services, 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 16 years.  We are presently looking for local archaeological monitors to staff projects in the Sacramento-Stockton region and in the San Francisco Bay Area.  Pay for monitors will depend on experience and will range from $20.00 to $25.00 per hour. 

The monitor’s primary responsibilities will include the following: 

  • Monitor ongoing construction activities in culturally sensitive areas known to contain both prehistoric and historic-era materials 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 of 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 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 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 and available for these positions, please send your resume and contact information to Dr. Brian Ludwig at brian@....  Dr. Ludwig can also be contacted by phone at 530-417-7007 


Experienced Archaeological Technicians/Crew Chiefs - Northern California.  Solano Archaeological Services 

 Solano Archaeological Services, 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 16 years.  We are looking for highly qualified field technicians and crew chiefs for projects in northern California.  Pay ranges for these positions will be commensurate with experience but Field Technicians will range from $20 - $25/hr. and Crew Chiefs from $25 - $30/hr.  Upcoming projects are all per-diem eligible with individual hotel rooms. 

The Field Technicians’ responsibilities will include: 

  • As part of a larger team, conduct pedestrian surface surveys 
  • The ability to recognize and record sites, features, and artifacts using GPS technology, field forms, and digital photography 
  • Providing timely, clear, and effective communication to senior SAS staff 

Field Technicians’ qualifications must include: 

  • A bachelor’s degree in anthropology or a closely related field 
  • At least 2 years of field experience with prehistoric and historic-era resources 
  • Must be physically capable of negotiating rugged terrain for extended periods of time in all weather conditions 
  • Excellent writing and communication skills 
  • Valid driver’s license 

The Crew Chief’s responsibilities will include: 

  • Direction of a team of field technicians on pedestrian surveys 
  • Oversight of crew safety, performance, and survey accuracy 
  • Recognizing and documenting a wide range of prehistoric and historic-era resources using Trimble GPS technology, California DPR forms, and digital photography 
  • Coordination with U.S. Forest Service heritage resources staff and private property owners 
  • Rapid turnaround of complete and accurate field data to SAS office staff 

The Crew Chief’s qualifications must include: 

  • A bachelor’s or master’s degree in anthropology or a closely related field 
  • At least 3-5 years of field experience with prehistoric and historic-era resources and directing field crews 
  • Well-developed GPS/GIS skills 
  • Must be physically capable of negotiating rugged terrain for extended periods of time in all weather conditions 
  • Excellent writing and communication skills 
  • Valid driver’s license 

 

If you’re interested and available for these positions, please send your resume and contact information to Dr. Brian Ludwig at brian@....  Dr. Ludwig can also be contacted by phone at 530-417-7007 

 

 






Brian Ludwig, Ph.D.
Principal Investigator - Sierra Nevada Office
Solano Archaeological Services
5080 Five Spot Road
Pollock Pines, CA  95726
Phone: 530-417-7007   Fax: 707-451-4775


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Brian Ludwig, Ph.D.
Solano Archaeological Services


Archaeologist/Historic Preservationist Position - Florida Division of Historical Resources - Tallahassee, Florida,

Jason H. Aldridge
 

Job Description: 
This position is in the Florida Division of Historical Resources' Compliance and Review Section. The Compliance and Review Section reviews a variety of federal, state, and local undertakings to address effects to archaeological and historic properties according to federal and state law. This position reviews undertaking on state owned and managed lands and works closely with state land managing agencies, such as Florida State Parks, as well as the Florida Bureau of Archaeological Research.

Job Duties: 
-Review and consult with state agencies that manage State Lands or those in charge of state assisted projects to ensure that proposed development projects and relevant cultural resources assessment studies appropriately assess the potential impact on archaeological and historical resources in accordance with Chapter 267, Florida Statutes.
-Review and consult with state and federal agencies for assigned agencies in accordance with appropriate state and federal preservation laws and their implementing regulations and prepare appropriate review response correspondence.
-Review and provide comments to the Florida Department of Economic Opportunity on county and city comprehensive plans and plan amendments to ensure that the historic preservation aspects of the plans are consistent with the requirements of Chapter 163, Florida Statutes.
-Reviews Surplus Land notices for the Division of State Lands to ensure that historical resources are identified and appropriately addressed in lease or transfer undertakings.
-Participates in public meetings, trainings, and provides routine technical assistance, information, and guidance to public agencies, private organizations, or individuals regarding historic preservation components of the Compliance Review Section programs discussed above.
-Maintains project files in an orderly manner and completes the Compliance and Review database (project log) files in a timely manner.
-Performs other work-related duties as required.

Minimum Qualifications:
-A master’s degree in archaeology or anthropology
-One (1) year of experience working with federal, state, and/or local historic preservation laws and regulations
-One (1) year of experience conducting archaeological fieldwork consistent with state and federal reporting standards and regulations
-Knowledge of archaeological and historical survey methodology

Preferences:
-Knowledge of Florida’s archaeological and historical resources
-Experience with Geographic Information Systems and ArcView software or similar programs
-Knowledge of the National Register of Historic Places criteria for evaluating historic properties
-Knowledge of comprehensive planning laws and implementing rules concerning historic preservation

Salary:
Full-time 40 hours per week
$32,696.82 - $37,752.00

For More information and to Apply:
Posting Closing Date: 03/26/2021



LTA, Inc Shovelbums Job Posting

Cassidee Thornhill
 

LTA, Inc., is accepting applications for temporary Lab Technicians in Laramie, Wyoming. LTA is seeking applicants with extensive technical report writing experience. Preference will be given to applicants in Wyoming or neighboring regions. Pay rates commensurate on experience.



Minimum qualifications include a bachelor's degree in Anthropology, Archaeology, or a closely related field and the completion of an accredited archaeological field school.



Applicants must have experience in identifying and recording prehistoric and historic cultural resources. Applicants should also possess organizational skills and a willingness to learn and perform new tasks. Experience with GIS software and WyoTrack is preferred but not required.



Please email letters of interest, curriculum vitae, and a list of three professional references that can be contacted to: Cassidee Thornhill at cthornhill@ltainc.net


Archaeologist | Great Basin Institute & Tule Springs Fossil Beds National Monument (TUSK) National Park Service

Sophia King
 

Archaeologist - Great Basin Institute & Tule Springs Fossil Beds National Monument (TUSK) National Park Service

Job Description: 

Working with the NPS Tule Springs Fossil Beds National Monument (TUSK), GBI is recruiting one (1)  Archaeologist to conduct various park projects under the supervision of the TUSK Integrated Resources  Program Manager. These projects are related to archeological duties in compliance with the National  Historic Preservation Act (NHPA) and the National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA).  

Primary field work will include archeological site condition assessments, recording and documenting  archeological sites, and pedestrian surveys. The Archaeologist will be utilizing GPS units and digital  photography for documenting field sites. Office work will consist of typing and updating site forms,  writing cultural resource reports, updating databases, organizing legacy data, and other contributions to  the preparation of compliance documents (Assessment of Effects Forms for Section 106 and Section  110), and preparation of archeological resource protection strategies and treatment plans specifically  related to potential impacts from identified management needs and proposed management actions.  The Archaeologist may assist with museum work, lab analysis, historical research, and public outreach  events and activities as needed. Projects will often be conducted in coordination with other natural  resource staff. Additionally, the archaeologist will be supervising, training, and working closely with  volunteers. 

Prolonged standing, walking, and bending will be required, as well as lifting and moving of heavy items  weighing 50 pounds or more. Completing archaeological work in the southwest requires the physical  endurance to walk over a variety of terrain and in a variety of weather conditions, including extreme  heat. Approximately 40% of time will be spent in the field during the course of this position.  Temperatures in the summer regularly exceed 90-110° F and monsoons occur during July-September. 

The Great Basin Institute is a non-profit organization dedicated to advancing environmental research,  education, and service throughout the West. GBI’s Research Associate Program provides  multidisciplinary capacity for professional support of diverse partnerships across western states while  presenting emerging professionals with career-enhancing opportunities in natural/cultural/recreation  resource management, ecological conservation, environmental stewardship, and related fields. The  Archaeologist will gain exposure to policies and approaches for managing cultural resources on public  lands and enhance their experience in standard techniques for archaeological field documentation, management of associated data, and reporting. 

Location: 

Las Vegas/Boulder City, NV 

Tule Springs Fossil Beds National Monument is located north of Las Vegas and North Las Vegas, Nevada.  The Monument was founded in December 2014 to protect and preserve Pleistocene era fossils within  the Upper Las Vegas Wash. The Monument is located near the Desert National Wildlife Refuge (USFWS) and Ice Age Fossils State Park (State of Nevada). Monument offices are located in Boulder City, NV  based out of the Lake Mead National Recreation Area Headquarters. 

At this location in 1933, quarry workers unearthed a pile of fossilized bones from a mammoth. This  discovery led to an expedition led by paleontologist Fenley Hunter of the American Museum of Natural  History. Scientists continued to research the area for decades, hoping to find evidence of early contact  between early humans and extinct late ice age animals. In 1962, scientists from the Nevada State  Museum conducted the Tule Springs Expedition, excavating trenches up to a mile long. During this  excavation, scientists discovered an abundance of large animal fossils, such as mammoths, camels,  bison, ground sloths, and the Giant North American lion. It was at this site where scientists first applied  the technique of radiocarbon dating in the U.S. on a wide-spread scale. 

For more information visit:  

  • Tule Springs Fossil Beds National Monument (U.S. National Park Service) (nps.gov) 

Many opportunities for recreational activities are located in the area including sites such as:  

  • Desert National Wildlife Refuge (hiking, camping, and backcountry driving) 
Desert National Wildlife Range - Desert - U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (fws.gov) 
  • Ice Age Fossils State Park (hiking and future visitor center) 
Ice Age Fossils State Park | State Parks (nv.gov) 
  • Mt. Charleston (hiking, camping, and skiing) 
Go Mt. Charleston | Spring Mountains National Recreation Area | Las Vegas, NV 

Compensation & Timeline:  

o Rate of Pay: $17.00/hour 

o 24 weeks (e.g. April – Sept) 

o Paid health, vision and dental benefits 

o Paid leave and holidays 

o   Full-time, 40 hours per week

Qualifications: 

  • A Bachelor’s degree in Archaeology, Anthropology, Cultural Resource Management, or similar  discipline;  
  • Relevant field experience in archaeology, anthropology, cultural resource management, or similar  discipline; 
  • An understanding of basic principles and approaches related to performing archaeological site  condition assessments and site recordation; 
  • Experience with standard field techniques to survey and assess cultural resources;
  • Ability to navigate and collect data using handheld GPS units and read a topographic map;
  • Experience with data processing using Microsoft Suite (Word, Excel, Access, Powerpoint);
  • Experience using GIS software (e.g., ArcMap) to upload, create and manipulate data and maps,  in addition to editing geodatabases; 
  • Ability to communicate effectively, both written and orally, with a diverse audience; o Capacity to work independently and within a team environment; 
  • Must be motivated, self-directed, organized, and detail oriented in order to balance multiple  tasks simultaneously; 
  • Physically fit to work long hours outdoors, carry personal and field equipment, and withstand the  climatic rigors of the desert;  
  • Possess a clean, valid, state-issued driver’s license with the ability to safely operate a 4WD vehicle  on unimproved roads. 

The 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 this position. 

How to apply:

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

https://www.vscyberhosting.com/greatbasin/careers.aspx?rf=SHOVEL&req=2021-RAP-033

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.



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.


NOW HIRING: Project Archaeologist at Commonwealth Heritage Group, Inc - Columbus, OH

Alison Haller
 

 

Project Archaeologist

4608 Indianola Avenue, Suite C, Columbus, OH  43214

 

About Us

Founded in 1988, Commonwealth Heritage Group, Inc. (Commonwealth) is a full-service heritage management and consulting firm serving clients for projects of all sizes. Commonwealth is a small business and proud founding member of the American Cultural Resources Association, a trade association of the heritage management industry.

Since its founding, Commonwealth has grown to acquire other cultural resource companies including Coastal Carolina ResearchInc. in 2009, Sagebrush Consultants, Inc. in 2013, John Milner Associates, Inc. in 2014, and SouthArc, Inc. in 2020. This growth has enabled us to work with customers nationwide from our headquarters in Dexter, MI and our eleven regional offices in Gainesville, FL; Littleton, MA; Traverse City, MI; Minneapolis, MNTarboro, NC; Albuquerque, NM; Columbus, OH; West Chester, PA; Ogden, UT; Alexandria, VA; and Milwaukee, WI.

As an experienced industry leader, Commonwealth has consistently delivered quality services at the best value to its clients and developed an outstanding reputation with clients and regulatory agencies for understanding the intricacies of heritage management planning, permitting, and project implementation.

The company’s portfolio reflects numerous accolades and acknowledgments from the Environmental Protection Agency, the Federal Highway Administration, the Advisory Council on Historic Preservation, the American Society of Landscape Architects, the Society for American Archaeology, the American Cultural Resources Association, and Michigan Department of State.

 

Commonwealth offers an excellent range of benefits (health, dental, life, and disability insurance, paid leave, 401(k) plan with company match, etc.). Commonwealth is an M/F/D/V Equal Opportunity Employer.

 

Job Description

 

Commonwealth Heritage Group, Inc., is seeking qualified applicants to fill a Project Archaeologist position in our Columbus, Ohio office, working 40 hours per week. Applicants should have an M.A/M.S. in Anthropology or Archaeology and have one season directing fieldwork, and experience with analysis and site reporting. Prior experience with Trimble GPS equipment and GIS is preferred.  

 

Primary responsibilities include: leading and supervising field staff; recording prehistoric and historic sites through survey; excavating historic and prehistoric sites; monitoring fieldwork quality and reviewing paperwork/notes; conducting background research required for assessments; technical report preparation; adhering to established budgets and schedules; maintaining appropriate professional standards of quality and technical proficiency; positively interacting with a variety of clients, governmental agencies, and team members to meet deadlines and confidently represent the company; and other duties as may be required. Traveling for non-local projects is necessary and will account for at least 50% of your time during the field season.

 

Please email letters of interest, curriculum vitae, writing sample, and a list of three professional references with contact information to:

 

Brandon Gabler, Ph.D., RPA      

Regional Director/Vice President of Operations

3215 Central Street, Dexter, MI 48315      

bgabler@...

 

 

Apply today! Or find more information about this position and other available positions at www.commonwealthheritagegroup.com/careers/

 


Archaeological Technicians – Great Basin and California – Far Western Anthropological Research Group, Inc

Katie Hanrahan
 

Title: Archaeological Technicians – Great Basin and California

 

Founded in 1979, Far Western is one of the largest cultural resource management firms in the western United States and has a proven track record of innovative research within a CRM context. We currently work with federal, state, and local agencies in the Great Basin and California in the military, transportation, development, and energy sectors.

 

We currently have several archaeological technician positions open on a variety of survey, monitoring, and excavation projects in Nevada, California, Utah, Arizona, and Idaho throughout spring/summer/fall 2021. Camping and lodging per diem is competitive and, depending on experience, rates are between $19-$25/hour (some projects will be subject to prevailing wage). A candidate must have the following qualifications:

 

•             A bachelor’s degree or higher in anthropology/archaeology (or related field).

•             Field school experience or commensurate CRM field experience (e.g., survey, prehistoric and historic-era site documentation/data collection, excavation, and familiarity with common electronic devices and hand-held tools).

•             Ability to hike eight to ten miles a day for five-plus consecutive days in variable terrain and variable weather.

•             Ability to camp overnight in remote locations, as needed.

•             Detail-oriented, ability to adapt to varying data collection needs, attention to field methods/pace, and effectiveness in verbal and written communication.

•             Interest in and ability to collaboratively interact with Native American representatives, clients, and co-workers.

•             Ability to work both collaboratively and independently within Far Western’s Safety Program and other Far Western protocols, COVID-19 and otherwise.

 

Far Western will give priority to applicants with Great Basin and California field experience.

 

Please email a Word or PDF version of your full CV/resume to jobs@....

 

 

 


Senior Archaeologist/Project Manager – Arizona – Aspen Environmental Group

Lauren DeOliveira
 

Aspen Environmental Group (Aspen) is seeking a Senior Archaeologist to fill an on-call position as a Project Manager for upcoming projects in Arizona. 

  

 Required Education and Experience  

  • Must be permittable at the Principal Investigator or Field Director level on BLM, National Forest, and State lands in Arizona. 
  • Must be knowledgeable of federal, state, and local historic preservation and cultural resources regulations. 
  • An M.A. or a Ph.D. in archaeology.   
  • Minimum of 3 years of supervisory or management experience in CRM; RPA certification preferred.   
  • Expertise in Arizona archaeology; familiarity with U.S. Forest Service Programmatic Agreements, BLM Management Manuals.   
  • Experience assisting agencies with tribal consultation/coordination is a plus.  
  • Experience in conducting pedestrian field survey using Trimble GPS and/or Fulcrum Smartphone technology in addition to illustrating site sketch maps and features accurately.   
  • Experience identifying southwest prehistoric and historic artifact classes and materials and faunal remains,  
  • Have a sound knowledge of soils, geomorphology and how to describe them.  
  • Experience in conducting test excavations and data recovery projects, and completing site forms accurately, succinctly; and quickly in the field using Aspen apps.  
  • Successful candidates must have the ability to maintain high quality field notes, keep good organization of field records, and maintain a professional demeanor in a variety of often strenuous outdoor and remote environmental work conditions.  
  • Experience with ESRI or Adobe Creative Cloud and/or Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, Access and PowerPoint) a big plus.  
  • Excellent writing skills and demonstrable experience in contributing to or preparing resource evaluation documents and technical reports.  
  • Successful candidates must have a valid AZ Driver’s License with a clean driving record and be comfortable working in strenuous hiking and harsh weather conditions.  

About Aspen. Aspen is a dynamic, interdisciplinary environmental services firm that provides impacts analysis, permitting, and compliance services for a wide variety of federal and state agencies, as well as private clients. Aspen specializes in providing expert compliance services for complex, multi-faceted infrastructure and public works projects. Aspen’s growing cultural resources group is innovative in the approach and use of new technologies yet remains well-grounded in the professional understanding of federal and state laws and regulations, in addition to local ordinances and general plans applicable to cultural and tribal cultural resources. We maintain a collaborative work environment that promotes multi-disciplinary cooperation and teamwork and rigorous applied science. We pride ourselves on shaping careers in a way that provides a healthy rhythm of work and life responsibilities. Success at Aspen will include a blend of motivated initiative, business acumen, technical expertise, commitment, flexibility, and teamwork.  

 Compensation.   

Aspen offers a wide range of benefits and a competitive compensation package. Hourly rate will be commensurate with experience.  

  

To apply.   

Please submit a letter of interest, resume, references, and a writing sample of a previously published technical report or report section for which the candidate was the sole or majority author to:  

 

Lauren DeOliveira at ldeoliveira@... 

 

 The subject line must state, “Senior Archaeologist/Project Manager – Arizona.” 

  

Aspen is an Equal Opportunity Employer 

 



Archaeological Field Technician - Northeast - part time

Stell Environmental
 

Job Title:         Archaeological Field Technician

Job Status:      Part Time

Location:         Northeast region

Stell is a seasoned veteran- and woman-owned small business providing expertise and innovation across the resilience, environmental, restoration, and compliance service sectors.

Position Overview:

The Archaeological Technician will provide support on a variety of archaeological projects and support clients to meet project goals and objectives.

  

Responsibilities:

·        Conduct Phase I survey, Phase II testing, site documentation, GPS mapping, site characteristics, archaeological deposits, soils and sediments, and artifact processing.

·        Identification of historic and prehistoric period sites, artifacts, and features

·        Perform archival research, archaeological inventories, testing, evaluation, mitigation and data recovery projects, to include collection of map and GIS data for the identification and evaluation of prehistoric and historic resources.

·        Accurately record field data and observations as legible handwritten notes and form entries or via standard digital field recording devices.

·        Maintain all field tools, electronic equipment, and vehicles to safe and useable standards.

·        Other tasks as assigned.

 

Qualifications (Education and Experience):

·        Bachelor’s degree in anthropology, archaeology, history, or a closely related field.

·        1 -10 years of experience in the archaeological/cultural resources field.

·        Participation in an accredited field school or equivalent fieldwork experience; solid experience with the application of standard archaeological survey and excavation techniques.

·        Must have, or be willing to obtain, CPR/First Aid certification.

·        Candidate must be able to work within a group and individual setting, be organized and detail oriented, and possess excellent interpersonal skills in order to provide strong focus and high quality customer service.

All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to their race, color, religion, sex, or national origin. 

Please submit a cover letter, indicating salary requirements and availability, along with your CV/resume as a PDF or Word file to careers@... .  No phone calls please.

 

 

 


Iowa Field Tech needed

Randy Dickson
 

 

Midwest Archaeological Consultants (MAC) is a Wisconsin-based cultural resources management company.  MAC has an opening for a field technician in Iowa. Extensive travel throughout the state is required.  MAC may have work in MN, IL and WI as well.  Experience working in the Midwest is desirable.

 

Qualified candidates must possess:

 

  1. Bachelor’s degree in Anthropology, Archaeology, or a related field.
  2. Completed an accredited archaeological field school.
  3. A minimum of 2-years of archaeological field experience. Experience conducting shovel testing and lots of pedestrian survey in agricultural fields.
  4. Ability to write clearly and concisely and complete notes of a project area, descriptions and photographs.
  5. Capability of working in inclement weather. Basic ability to identify prehistoric & historic artifacts.
  6. Ability to work both individually and as part of a team, and a valid driver’s license and reliable transportation. 
  7. Proficiency in reading the landscape and in discerning a disturbed context from a natural context and identifying soils.
  8. Above all, self-motivated individual, hard-working, adherence to schedules and can perform work in a timely manner. 
  9. Field tech is responsible for providing basic equipment, personal laptop, ¼” screen, shovels, trowels, scale.

 

Mileage, per diem and lodging are provided for all workdays.  Pay rate is commensurate with experience.  Background Security Check and references.  MAC is an equal opportunity employer.

 

COVID-19

 

Due to the current COVID-19 Pandemic, all project personnel will strictly adhere to MAC’s Pandemic Response Plan and COVID-19 Field Safety Plan while conducting fieldwork for the duration of the project.

 

Candidates who meet the following criteria will not be eligible for employment with MAC at this time:

Tested positive for COVID-19 within two weeks of the start date for field work.

Staying with or caring for an individual who has tested positive for COVID-19 within two weeks of the start date of fieldwork.

The following PPE will not be provided by MAC in response to the COVID-19 Pandemic:

 

Disposable latex/nitrile gloves

Disposable or re-useable face masks

Hand sanitizer or hand wipes

 

While not mandatory, everyone is encouraged to bring their own face masks, gloves, or hand sanitizer/hand wipes. Anyone who uses a re-usable face mask is responsibility for sanitizing the face mask daily for the duration of the project.

 

Contact:  rdickson@...

 

 

Randy Dickson MS RPA

Midwest Archaeological Consultants

1108 Rhode Island St.

Sturgeon Bay, WI

54235

Midwestarchaeology.com

 

 

 

 


2021 Field Season Archaeological Technicians - Salt Lake City, Utah

Karpinski, Mark
 

Tetra Tech Inc’s Salt Lake City office is currently looking to immediately hire Archaeological Technicians to join our Intermountain Region Cultural Resource Team. The job will require significant regional travel. Single occupancy hotel is paid by the company and, depending on the project, per diem or receipt reimbursement is provided for overnight trips. Pay will be $17.00 to $19.00 depending on experience.

 

Responsibilities: The candidate is to provide cultural resource technical assistance to a field director and/or Principal Investigator during cultural resource undertakings. Potential work includes, but not limited to, field inventory, monitoring, evaluative testing, and site mitigation. Field work will be within the Intermountain West region (Utah, Nevada, Idaho, Wyoming, and Colorado) with potential for work across the continental United States.

 

Qualifications: The candidate must have at least one year of experience providing cultural resource management technical work in and/or conducting cultural resource management projects in the Great Basin and Intermountain West of the United. Each candidate must be able to lift and carry over 35 lbs and walk over open, uneven, terrain outdoors for up to 10 hours per day regardless of weather conditions. Holding current MSHA Part 48 certification and Intermountain West regional residence is a plus.

 

Degree Requirements: Minimum education requirement is at least a Bachelor of Arts in Anthropology/Archaeology with a concentration in North American Archaeology.

 

If interested, please apply through the Tetra Tech web portal: https://www.tetratech.com/en/careers

 

Search Archaeological Technician – Salt Lake City, Utah (Posting # 17800000791)


Mid-Level Staff Historian/ Architectural Historian

ERO Resources
 

Join the ERO Team!

ERO Resources Corporation is currently seeking a Mid-Level Staff Historian/ Architectural Historian to join our cultural resources group.  This position will work collaboratively to support new and existing cultural resource management projects based out of our Denver office.  The successful candidate will primarily support ERO’s transportation sector, including projects with state departments of transportation and the Federal Highway Administration, and contracts with the National Park Service.

 

About ERO

ERO is a Women-Owned Small Business that has consulted on environmental issues throughout the Intermountain West since 1981.  For 40 years, our environmental consulting firm has served clients in Colorado and the West with an enduring commitment to quality and integrity.  Our diverse team of scientists, planners, and subject matter experts work together to craft innovative solutions that respond to our clients’ resource issues.  ERO takes pride in providing services that are efficient, effective, and responsive to our clients’ needs and expectations.  We strive to balance development with the natural environment within a framework of legal requirements, agency compliance, and public involvement.

Position Overview

The position provides expertise in the documentation, evaluation, and treatment of the built environment.  The successful candidate must be able to meet the Secretary of the Interior’s (SOI) Qualifications for historian/architectural historian and must have experience working and complying with Section 106 of the National Historic Preservation Act.  The successful candidate will be responsible for applying technical knowledge related to history and architectural history, including archival research, resource documentation, and technical writing.  The position requires both local and out of town travel.

Minimum Education and Experience

·   Bachelor’s degree in history or architectural history; M.A. or M.A. track preferred

·   3 to 5 years of applicable experience through professional employment

·   Meet SOI qualifications for architectural history

·   Archaeological experience documenting historical resources will be considered a plus

·   Primary experience with the history and architectural history of the western U.S.

·   Experience with Microsoft Office products and using a Global Positioning System unit and tablet

·   Experience with National Environmental Policy Act impact assessments will be considered a plus

Physical Requirements

Projects may be located in both urban and rural settings and may require standing, walking, and hiking for long hours in all types of weather conditions. 

Expected Job Responsibilities

The successful candidate will be expected to perform the following:

  • Conduct historic resource surveys and historic building assessments
  • Develop research designs and conduct archival research to support contexts and significance evaluations
  • Research and complete Historic American Building Surveys and Historic American Engineering Records
  • Complete written architectural descriptions, apply significance criteria, and evaluate project effects
  • Prepare technical reports for regulatory compliance
  • Develop cultural resource management plans and interpretive planning
  • Work collaboratively and communicate effectively within a team environment

 

The salary range is $45,000 to $65,000 (commensurate with experience and opportunities for advancement) plus benefits (paid time off, health insurance, profit sharing, and a retirement plan).  If you are qualified for this position, please email a cover letter and resume describing your education and experience and a writing sample to opportunities@... in PDF format only. This job posting is “continuous” or “open until filled” and will close when a qualified candidate is hired. No phone inquiries please; you will receive an email notifying you that ERO has received your application.  Only potential candidates will be contacted for interviews.  Applicants selected for interviews will be asked to provide at least three references. 

 

ERO participates in e-verify and pre-employment background screening services.  ERO is an Equal Opportunity Employer and encourages women, minorities, individuals with disabilities, and covered veterans to apply.

 

For more information about ERO, visit our website at www.eroresources.com.

 

 

 


TEMPORARY ARCHAEOLOGICAL FIELD TECHNICIANS - UT

LSD Human Resources Department
 

TEMPORARY ARCHAEOLOGICAL FIELD TECHNICIANS

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

 

 


NOW HIRING: Staff Archaeologist - Applied EarthWorks (Fresno, CA)

Jennifer Barbee
 



Immediate Opening: Staff Archaeologist - Fresno, CA
Full Time Permanent Position
Complete Details: http://www.appliedearthworks.com/staff-archaeologist

The Staff Archaeologist will work on cultural resources projects throughout the Central Valley and Sierra Nevada within California.

SKILL REQUIREMENTS:  

  • Archaeology fieldwork, lab processing, and/or or technical analysis;

  • Conducting records searches;

  • Basic technical writing and report preparation;

  • Ability to collect field data using a Trimble Geo X7 or other GPS devices;

  • Ability to work cooperatively with construction contractors, tribal monitors, and other project stakeholders;

  • Basic understanding of CRM laws and regulations; and

  • Strong work ethic and good communication skills.

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:

  • Undergraduate or graduate degree in anthropology, archaeology, historical archaeology, or related field.

HOW TO APPLY:

Interested applicants may submit a letter of interest, resume/curriculum vitae, a sample of your maps and illustrations, and three professional references to Human Resources at info@.... Please reference “Staff Archaeologist - Fresno” in the subject line. No phone calls please.


Field Technicians Needed Immediately (NJ/PA)

Stephanie Grubb
 

Richard Grubb & Associates (RGA) is currently seeking qualified field technicians for various Phase I, II, and III projects throughout New Jersey and the surrounding states. 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 from the local NJ area are preferred, and must be within reasonable commuting distance. 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

 


Archaeology Crew Member at Whiskeytown NRA | Great Basin Institute

Sophia King
 

Archaeology Crew Member at Whiskeytown NRA

Job Description: 
The Great Basin Institute, in cooperation with the National Park Service, is recruiting three (3) Archaeology Crew Members to complete Section 106 cultural resource surveys, site recording and monitoring for various projects within Whiskeytown National Recreation Area (WHIS). This work provides numerous professional development opportunities in cultural resource management. Crew Members will gain an expanded professional network as they interact with agency staff, along with benefiting from exposure to NPS processes, procedures, compliance measures and reporting, and technical experience. These projects support NPS initiatives for healthy and productive landscapes and resources.

These are crew-level positions: Crews will receive instruction, guidance and training from GBI crew leads and/or Park Service supervisors. Crew size will be 4 people.

Primary responsibilities will include the following:
  • Collaborate with Archaeology crew lead and agency staff to support field safety, communication, planning, logistics, quality assurance, field implementation, and reporting efforts;
  • Complete field surveys to document, assess and characterize the status of new cultural resources;
  • Monitor existing sites and complete site updates and condition assessments;
  • Prepare California DPR site records, GIS maps, and photographic records.
This physically demanding work, often in remote locations, will provide Archaeology Crew Members with rewarding exposure to some of California’s backcountry forested landscapes. These positions require extensive hiking with heavy packs on a daily basis, possibly during extreme or inclement weather conditions such as heat or rain. Work schedules, generally four 10-hour days (Monday-Thursday) with 3 days off each week, are subject to change depending on weather and project needs. Camping in primitive campgrounds within the Park will be required to meet project objectives.

Location: 
Whiskeytown National Recreation Area (WHIS) is part of the Klamath Network that includes 6 parks: Crater Lake National Park (Crater Lake), Lava Beds National Monument (Lava Beds), Lassen Volcanic National Monument (Lassen), Oregon Caves National Monument and Reserve (Oregon Caves), Redwood National and State Parks (Redwood), and Whiskeytown National Recreation Area (Whiskeytown), located throughout northern California and southern Oregon. The parks span a land area of complex topography in the geologically ancient Klamth-Siskiyou Ecoregion in the west (Redwood, Oregon Caves, Whiskeytown), and the younger, volcanic Cascades-Modoc Ecoregion to the east (Crater Lake, Lassen, and Lava Beds). Vegetation of the two subregions ranges from temperate rainforests with enormous, world-record-height trees along the coast at Redwood, to barren shrublands on infertile soils and rock in the sagebrush desert of Lava Beds. Elevation extends from sea level at Redwood to about timberline in Crater Lake and Lassen.

Whiskeytown NRA was directly impacted by the 2018 Carr Fire. Work completed by the archaeology team will help to address the monitoring and recording of cultural resources post-fire and aid in the management of park cultural resources going forward.

Read more about Whiskeytown NRA and the Carr Fire here: https://www.nps.gov/whis/carrfire.htm

Opportunities are abundant in the area for recreation including boating, camping, hiking, bird watching, fishing. Whiskeytown is also near the town of Redding, CA which can provide access to all large town amenities.

Compensation:
Living Allowance and Education Award: Crew Members in these AmeriCorps positions will receive a living allowance, the value of which is dependent on the length of service. The living allowance is a fixed amount, not an hourly wage or a salary. The allowance is paid to members in bi-weekly installments throughout their term of service. Upon successful completion of AmeriCorps service, members become eligible for an education award (the amount is dependent on the length of service) that can be used for paying student loans, paying tuition for a Title IV accredited college, as well as additional certifications such as NOLS courses.
  • Living Allowance: Approx. $500/week
  • Education Awards: $2360.00
  • Health Insurance: The Great Basin Institute will cover 100% of the premium for Health, Dental and Vision Insurance for each member.
  • Student Loan Forbearance: If you are currently paying on any federal student loans, you have the option to put those loans into forbearance during your time as an AmeriCorps volunteer, allowing you to cease payments while in service.
  • Interest Accrual Repayment: As an AmeriCorps alumnus, you will be eligible to have the National Service Trust pay all or a portion of the interest that accumulated on your qualified student loan(s) during your term of service. These payments are made in addition to the Education Award, and are not deducted from your Education Award balance. To be eligible for this service, the loan must have been placed in forbearance for the service period, and you must have successfully completed a term of service and received an Education Award.
Timeline: 
  • 19 week appointment starting mid-late April 2021- August 2021 (675HR term).
  • Crew Members are expected to work full time; minimum 40 hours per week.
Qualifications: 
Required:
  • Bachelor’s degree in anthropology, archaeology or related discipline;
  • Six months of professional fieldwork experience, or an accredited archaeological field school and relevant field methods training coursework;
  • 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 effectively in a team setting with NPS 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 overnight camping in remote areas for consecutive nights.
  • Willingness and ability to consistently enact high performance standards and a strong work and team ethic in support of the mission of GBI and the goals and objectives of the NPS;
  • Meet AmeriCorps eligibility requirements: (1) U.S. citizenship or legal resident alien status, (2) eligible to receive an AmeriCorps Education Award (limit of four in a lifetime 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) will not engage in any prohibited activities as listed in the Member Service Agreement.
Preferred:
  • Fieldwork experience in Northern California
  • Knowledge of cultural resource management issues specific to the western United States;
  • Familiarity with the cultural history and forested habitat of the Shasta-Cascades region;
  • Familiarity with Section 106/110 NHPA and California compliance procedures;
  • Proficiency in navigation using GPS, topographic map and compass;
  • Advanced skill using specialized software such as Microsoft Office Suite, ArcMap GIS, and Google Earth;
  • Strong organizational skills and ability to work cooperatively as well as independently;
  • Strong communication skills with diverse audiences, both written and oral.
How to Apply: 
To learn more and apply, please follow the link below:
https://www.vscyberhosting.com/greatbasin/careers.aspx?rf=SHOVEL&req=2021-ACI-027

EEO Statement: 
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.


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.


Archaeology Crew Lead at Whiskeytown NRA | Great Basin Institute

Sophia King
 

Archaeology Crew Lead at Whiskeytown NRA

Job Description: 
The Great Basin Institute, in cooperation with the National Park Service, is recruiting an Archaeology Crew Lead to complete Section 106 cultural resource surveys, site recording and monitoring for various projects within the Whiskeytown National Recreation Area (WHIS). This work provides professional development and leadership opportunities in cultural resource management including increased exposure and responsibility enacting NPS processes, procedures, and compliance measures; assisting in reporting and data entry/quality assurance and control; and increased technical experience.

The Archaeology Crew Lead will perform a variety of activities to support all stages of project work. The lead will be responsible for crew safety and oversight, provide or assist in training, and converse with agency and GBI staff as needed. Crew size will be 4 people. Primary archaeology field duties will include:
  • Lead archaeology crew to conduct and complete field surveys to document, assess and characterize the status of new cultural resources;
  • Monitor existing sites and complete site updates and condition assessments;
  • Prepare California DPR site records, GIS maps, and photographic records;
  • Lead and collaborate with agency personnel and all other crew members to support field safety, communication, planning, logistics, quality assurance, field implementation, and reporting efforts.
This physically demanding work, often in remote locations, will provide the Archaeology Crew Lead with rewarding exposure to some of California’s backcountry forested landscapes. These positions require extensive hiking in steep terrain with heavy packs on a daily basis, possibly during extreme or inclement weather conditions such as heat or rain. Work schedules, generally four 10-hour days (Monday-Thursday) with 3 days off each week, are subject to change depending on weather and project needs. Camping in primitive campgrounds within the Park will be required to meet project objectives.

Location: 
Whiskeytown National Recreation Area (WHIS) is part of the Klamath Network that includes 6 parks: Crater Lake National Park (Crater Lake), Lava Beds National Monument (Lava Beds), Lassen Volcanic National Monument (Lassen), Oregon Caves National Monument and Reserve (Oregon Caves), Redwood National and State Parks (Redwood), and Whiskeytown National Recreation Area (Whiskeytown), located throughout northern California and southern Oregon. The parks span a land area of complex topography in the geologically ancient Klamth-Siskiyou Ecoregion in the west (Redwood, Oregon Caves, Whiskeytown), and the younger, volcanic Cascades-Modoc Ecoregion to the east (Crater Lake, Lassen, and Lava Beds). Vegetation of the two subregions ranges from temperate rainforests with enormous, world-record-height trees along the coast at Redwood, to barren shrublands on infertile soils and rock in the sagebrush desert of Lava Beds. Elevation extends from sea level at Redwood to about timberline in Crater Lake and Lassen.

Whiskeytown NRA was directly impacted by the 2018 Carr Fire. Work completed by the archaeology team will help to address the monitoring and recording of cultural resources post-fire and aid in the management of park cultural resources going forward.

Read more about Whiskeytown NRA and the Carr Fire here: https://www.nps.gov/whis/carrfire.htm

Opportunities are abundant in the area for recreation including boating, camping, hiking, bird watching, fishing. Whiskeytown is also near the town of Redding, CA which can provide access to all large town amenities.

Compensation: 
  • $20/hour with overtime at 1.5x hourly rate
  • Camping Per Diem: $15/night as necessary
  • Health Insurance: The Great Basin Institute will cover 100% of the premium for Health, Dental and Vision Insurance for each Crew Lead effective on the first day of the month following the start of their employment.
Qualifications: 
Required:
  • 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;
  • 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 NPS 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 overnight camping in remote areas for consecutive nights.
Preferred:
  • Master’s degree in anthropology, archaeology or related discipline and at least one year of field leadership experience;
  • Completion of an accredited archaeological field school;
  • At least six months of field leadership experience in Northern California;
  • Familiarity with Section 106/110 NHPA and California compliance procedures;
  • Knowledge of cultural resource management issues in the Western United States;
  • Familiarity with cultural history and forested habitat of the Shasta-Cascades 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: 
To learn more and apply, please follow the link below:
https://www.vscyberhosting.com/greatbasin/careers.aspx?rf=SHOVEL&req=2021-RAP-031

EEO Statement: 
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.


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.


Crew Chiefs --- Edwards Air Force Base, California

James Clark
 

Title: Crew Chief

Date: March 9, 2021

Location: Edwards Air Force Base, Kern County, CA


Statistical Research, Inc. (SRI), a cultural resources consulting firm, has multiple full-time positions available for full-time, hourly crew chiefs. 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, and Washington. Although the current positions will be based out of the Redlands office, the successful candidates may be assigned to projects across SRI’s entire footprint. Food allowance and lodging are provided for out-of-town assignments.


Minimum qualifications and Experience:


The ideal candidates should possess, at minimum, a Master’s degree in Archaeology, Anthropology, or a related field and have completed an accredited archaeological field school. Candidates must also have a minimum of 3 years of field experience working on and/or supervising monitoring, survey, testing, and data recovery projects and be physically fit and able to perform physically demanding tasks in adverse environmental conditions. Candidates should also have good organizational skills, a positive attitude, strong work ethic, and willingness to learn and execute new tasks. Prior Mojave Desert, coastal California, Nevada and Sonoran Desert experience will be viewed favorably, but are not a requirement. Register of Professional Archaeologist certified candidates are strongly encouraged to apply.


The hourly rate for this project is $27.00 per hour, with fieldwork anticipated to last several months. Daily food allowance for the Edwards Air Force Base project will be offered at a rate of $46.00 per day (no receipts required), and single-occupancy hotel accommodations will be provided. 


Wages for work on other SRI projects may vary and is based on individual qualifications and experience.


For a complete job description please visit http://www.sricrm.com/opportunities/index.html.


How to apply


Applications should be submitted via e-mail to srijobs@... with “Crew Chief – Edwards Air Force Base, Kern County, CA” referenced in the subject line, and should include a resume of relevant experience and references (with contact information, including email addresses and telephone numbers).  Applications will be accepted until the positions are filled and only applications submitted via srijobs@... will be considered.



Archaeological Field Technicians --- Edwards Air Force Base, California

James Clark
 

Title: Archaeological Field Technician 

Date: March 9, 2021

Location: Edwards Air Force Base, Kern County, CA


Statistical Research, Inc. (SRI), a multidisciplinary cultural resources consulting firm, has several temporary, full-time, hourly positions available for archaeological Field Technicians for an ongoing project at Edwards Air Force Base in Kern County, CA. Qualified candidates should possess, at minimum, six weeks of supervised field training (including at least three weeks each of excavation and field survey) in time blocks of at least one week duration (field school or equivalent). Candidates must also have completed a minimum of two upper division college courses in archaeology. Candidates should also have good organizational skills, a positive attitude, strong work ethic, and willingness to learn and execute new tasks.

The hourly rate for this project is $25.00 per hour, with fieldwork anticipated to last several months. Daily food allowance for the Edwards Air Force Base project will be offered at a rate of $46.00 per day (no receipts required), and single-occupancy hotel accommodations will be provided. 


Wages for work on other SRI projects may vary and is based on individual qualifications and experience.


For a complete job description please visit http://www.sricrm.com/opportunities/index.html.


How to apply


Applications should be submitted via e-mail to srijobs@... with “Archaeological Field Technician – Edwards Air Force Base, Kern County, CA” referenced in the subject line, and should include a resume of relevant experience and references (with contact information, including email addresses and telephone numbers).  Applications will be accepted until the positions are filled and only applications submitted via srijobs@... will be considered.



Project Manager- New Orleans

Candace Newton
 

ARCHAEOLOGICAL PROJECT MANAGER – New Orleans, Louisiana

 

R. Christopher Goodwin & Associates, Inc. has an opening for an archaeological Project Manager in its New Orleans, LA office. Expertise in the archaeology of eastern North America and the Lower Mississippi River Valley desired. The successful candidate for this position must possess a graduate degree (M.A., M.S., or Ph.D.) in Anthropology/Archaeology and have worked in the field of CRM or have served in a similar capacity for at least three years, with at least two calendar years of successful supervisory experience. This position requires superior field, lab and interpersonal skills; computer, writing, and management skills; experience with report writing; applied knowledge of Section 106 of the NHPA; and familiarity with GPS and/or GIS. Opportunities for advancement to significant management responsibilities are available for the right candidate.

 

This is a full time, salaried, professional position with a full benefits package (paid holidays, vacation, and sick leave; health, dental, and life insurance; and a liberal 401(k) plan). The salary is competitive and commensurate with educational and professional experience.

 

Candidates who have submitted applications with RCG&A previously are encouraged to apply again.

 

R. Christopher Goodwin & Associates, Inc. is the recipient of the National Trust for Historic Preservation’s National Preservation Honor Award, the U.S. Small Business Association’s Administrator’s Award of Excellence, two Environmental Excellence and Stewardship Awards, and in 2014 was named Louisiana’s Archaeologists of the Year.  We have been named a “Top Ten” Family Friendly Business.

 

During the current COVID-19 pandemic R. Christopher Goodwin & Associates, Inc. is adhering to Center for Disease Control (CDC) guidance and to state and local requirements for the work place, to assure that field surveys, data analyses, agency updates, and reporting continue unabated in the safest possible work environment to the very best of our ability.

 

Furthermore, R. Christopher Goodwin & Associates, Inc. maintains a Drug-Free Workplace, and frequently works on projects requiring security screening. All candidates must pass a background check and drug testing.

 

Your application must include a letter of interest, a full CV, and contact information of three professional or academic references who can speak to your archaeological capabilities and work experience.

 

Equal Opportunity Employer Minorities/Women/Veterans/Disabled

 

To apply, please visit the Careers Section of our website at www.rcgoodwin.com

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