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Temporary Archaeological GIS Technician - UT

LSD Human Resources Department
 

Logan Simpson, a growing environmental planning, cultural resources, and landscape architectural design firm, is looking for a temporary Archaeological GIS Technician to work in our Salt Lake City, Utah office. This position may be either full-time or part-time.

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The ideal candidate will have proven technical experience in communicating archaeological project data using ArcGIS and preparing and reviewing GIS products. Additionally they will have extensive use and knowledge of mapping standards and practices, and a background in Archaeology. Familiarity with ESRI software is preferred. There may be potential for fieldwork for interested individuals.

 

Required Qualifications:

·        Bachelor’s degree in Geography, Geographical Information Systems, Anthropology, or related field.

·        Demonstrated GPS, ESRI software and data visualization skills.

·        Excellent written/verbal communication, with strong interpersonal skills. 

·        Exceptional attention to detail and quality control a must!

 

Logan Simpson offers competitive hourly wage.  If interested, please apply online at http://logansimpson.com/about/careers/ and attach a resume and a cover letter that includes salary requirements.

 

Logan Simpson is an EEO/Affirmative Action Employer

M/F/Disability/Veteran/E-Verify

 


Archaeological Field Director - Arizona

LSD Human Resources Department
 

Logan Simpson, a growing cultural resources, environmental planning, and landscape architectural design firm, currently seeks a full-time Archaeological Field Director to work in either our Tempe, Flagstaff, or Tucson Arizona office. Duties and responsibilities include managing fieldwork on cultural resources surveys and excavation projects throughout Arizona and adjacent states and taking the lead on preparing technical survey and excavation reports. 

 

The candidate must have demonstrable expertise supervising all aspects of cultural resources management (CRM) survey and site-recording and preparing the associated reports. Candidates should know how to accurately yet efficiently record cultural resources in the field, manage a field crew, operate GPS units with a data recorder, prepare site records, and conduct quality control/quality assurance reviews of field data. The candidate also must be able to proficiently and independently prepare complex technical documents for a full range of various cultural resources projects. 

 

Minimum requirements include the following:

  • Bachelor’s degree in Anthropology or closely related field.
  • 5+ years of CRM archaeology or agency experience, including 2+ years of supervisory experience.
  • Proficiency with technical writing and Microsoft Office products.
  • Ability to demonstrate written and verbal communication skills.
  • Sufficient field experience to be listed as a Project Director on an Arizona State Museum blanket permit.
  • Ability to work outdoors in extreme temperatures and in remote locations (camping is a possibility).
  • Ability to walk up to 10 miles per day over steep terrain for extended periods of time.
  • Willingness to work overnight and on weekends.
  • Willingness to abide by any COVID-19 safety protocols, including social distancing and wearing face masks.

 

The preferred candidate also will be able to obtain current permits at Field Director level with the BLM, National Forest, and other agency lands in Arizona and, ideally, in one or more adjacent states (NM, UT, NV, CO, and CA). The preferred candidate also will be knowledgeable of federal, state, and local historic preservation and cultural resources regulations and demonstrate an established area of analytical expertise and/or archaeological research interest. Ideal candidates also will have field experience with archaeological testing and data recovery. A graduate degree in Anthropology or closely related field is preferred but not required.

 

Logan Simpson offers a comprehensive benefit package and a competitive salary.  If interested, please apply online at http://logansimpson.com/about/careers/ and attach a resume and a cover letter that includes salary requirements.

 

Logan Simpson is an EEO/Affirmative Action Employer

M/F/Disability/Veteran/E-Verify

 

 

 


Archaeologist - Arizona

LSD Human Resources Department
 

Logan Simpson currently seeks a full-time Archaeologist to be based in either our Tempe, Flagstaff, or Tucson, Arizona office. Duties and responsibilities include working as a crew member on archaeological monitoring, cultural resources surveys, and excavation projects throughout Arizona and adjacent states, while assisting with laboratory work (e.g., washing and inventorying artifacts). 

 

The ideal candidate will have 1-2 years of cultural resources experience and possess a good understanding and ability to identify archaeological features and artifacts during cultural resources surveys and excavations. Preferred qualifications include an ability to conduct records searches and other background research online and at agency offices, complete agency site forms, and use GPS units for data recording.

 

Requirements include:

  • Bachelor’s degree in Anthropology or related field.
  • Successful completion of an archaeological field school.
  • Ability to work outdoors in extreme temperatures and in remote locations (camping is a possibility).
  • Ability to walk up to 10 miles per day over steep terrain for extended periods of time.
  • Willingness to work overnight and on weekends.
  • Must be able to work cooperatively with crew members and supervisors.
  • Willing to abide by any COVID-19 safety protocols, including social distancing and wearing face masks.
  • Ability to demonstrate written and verbal communication skills, and independently prepare complex technical documents for cultural resources projects.

Logan Simpson offers a comprehensive benefit package and a competitive salary. If interested, please apply online at http://logansimpson.com/about/careers/ and include a resume and a cover letter, including salary requirements.

Logan Simpson is an EEO/Affirmative Action Employer

M/F/Disability/Veteran/E-Verify

 


Archaeological Crew Lead - Arizona

LSD Human Resources Department
 

Logan Simpson, a growing cultural resources, environmental planning, and landscape architectural design firm, currently seeks a full-time Archaeological Crew Lead to work in either our Tempe, Flagstaff, or Tucson Arizona office. Duties and responsibilities include supervising cultural resources surveys and excavation fieldwork throughout Arizona and adjacent states and contributing to technical survey and excavation reports. 

 

The candidate must have demonstrable experience in cultural resources management (CRM) survey and site-recording and preparing the associated reports. Candidates have demonstrated experience supervising the documentation of cultural resources in the field, operating GPS units with a data recorder, preparing site records, and providing direction to field technicians during fieldwork.

 

Minimum requirements include the following:

  • Bachelor’s degree in Anthropology or closely related field.
  • 3+ years of CRM archaeology or agency experience.
  • Proficiency with technical writing and Microsoft Office products.
  • Ability to demonstrate written and verbal communication skills.
  • Ability to work outdoors in extreme temperatures and in remote locations (camping is a possibility);
  • Ability to walk up to 10 miles per day over steep terrain for extended periods of time.
  • Willingness to work overnight and on weekends.
  • Willingness to abide by any COVID-19 safety protocols, including social distancing and wearing face masks.

 

The preferred candidate also will have experience working on CRM field projects in Arizona and, ideally, in one or more adjacent states (NM, UT, NV, CO, and CA). Candidates with a graduate degree in anthropology focused in archaeology shall be highly considered. The preferred candidate also will be able to identify an area of analytical expertise and/or an archaeological research interest. Ideal candidates also will have field experience with archaeological testing and data recovery.

 

Logan Simpson offers a comprehensive benefit package and a competitive salary.  If interested, please apply online at http://logansimpson.com/about/careers/ and attach a resume and a cover letter that includes salary requirements.

 

Logan Simpson is an EEO/Affirmative Action Employer

M/F/Disability/Veteran/E-Verify

 

 

 


Principal Investigator/Archaeologist - Full Time - NJ/PA/NY

Stephanie Grubb
 

Richard Grubb and Associates is seeking an Archaeologist to be based out of Cranbury, NJ or Philadelphia, PA office. This position will be based remotely at this time due to COVID-19. However, applicants should be available to travel to project sites in the NJ/DE/PA/NY area as necessary for site visits and fieldwork duties. Prior work experience in the mid-Atlantic preferred but not necessarily required.

 

Principal Investigator responsibilities include:

  • Direct, plan, organize, and manage archaeological surveys, site recordation, monitoring, and other fieldwork duties in New Jersey and surrounding states.
  • Supervise a crew chief with multiple crews on large projects when necessary.
  • Archaeological monitoring and reporting
  • Prepare archaeological survey reports, including technical writing.
  • Communicate with project managers on survey results

           

Qualified applicants must possess:

  • MA/MS or Ph.D. degree in Archaeology, Anthropology or related field.
  • Experience with the archaeology, prehistory, history and/or industrial history of the  Mid-Atlantic region (preferred)
  • A working knowledge of NEPA and Section 106.
  • Technical writing, communication, and problem-solving skills.
  • Collegiality in working with architectural historians and historians as part of a team environment.
  • Registered Professional Archaeologist (RPA) designation preferred
  • Ability to prepare technical and cost proposals a plus

 

This is a full-time position and compensation includes a complete benefits package. Salary is dependent upon qualifications.

To be considered for this opportunity, please email a cover letter and resume/CV detailing education and work experience to:

 

Richard Grubb, Vice President

rgrubb@...

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

 

 


Archeological Technician Position

Nurit Finn
 


Wapsi Valley Archaeology, Inc. of Anamosa, Iowa is accepting applications for a full time archaeological field and lab technician.  This position requires a B.A. or B.S. in Anthropology, Archaeology, or a closely related field.  Experience with archaeological laboratory and fieldwork in North America required. 

 

We are looking for a self-motivated individual who loves being in the field, doesn’t mind overnight travel across the state and into adjacent states, and enjoys Phase I, Phase II, and Phase III fieldwork. This position may involve fieldwork in all sorts of weather conditions and within various terrains.  In addition, the position will involve artifact identification, processing, analysis, and preparation of materials for curation within a professional lab setting.

 

Responsibilities will include:

 

·      Working with professional archaeologists in the field and lab

·      Artifact processing (washing, inventorying, labeling, and bagging)

·      Artifact identification and analysis

·      Curation preparation

·      Assisting with lab and research library organization

 

The following skills are highly valued: please let us know if you have experience in any of these areas.

 

·      Skilled with Microsoft Office

·      GPS proficiency

·      Use of a total station or other surveying equipment

·      ArcGIS

·      Computer drafting/illustration

 

We are an Equal Opportunity Employer.  Wapsi Valley Archaeology, Inc. does not discriminate on the grounds of race, religion, age, creed, physical or mental disability, color, sex, actual or perceived gender orientation/identity, ethnicity, national origin, familial status, or protected veteran status in its employment practices, in the selection and retention of subconsultants, and in its procurement of materials and leases.  All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without race, religion, age, creed, physical or mental disability, color, sex, actual or perceived gender orientation/identity, ethnicity, national origin, familial status, or protected veteran status, or otherwise as required by law.  Please tell us if you are a Section 3 Resident under the Housing and Urban Development Act of 1968.

 

Please send a resume and list of three references by May 3rd to:

 

Eleisha Barnett

Email: embarnett@...


Archaeological Field Technicians - Pennsylvania

Brooke Contacos
 
Edited

UPDATED: Please use the link at the bottom to apply, not the email.

Archaeological Field Technicians - Pennsylvania

Reports to: Principal Investigator/Cultural Resources Department

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Job Summary:

The Markosky Engineering Group, Inc. is accepting resumes for temporary, as-needed Archaeological Field Technicians to conduct upcoming archaeological projects in western Pennsylvania and northern West Virginia.

Job Requirements:

The successful candidate must have a minimum of a Bachelor’s degree in Archaeology/Anthropology. They will need to show an archaeological field school was part of their training to be able to conduct Phase I, II, or III surveys that include the preparation of detailed notes, forms, logs, mapping, and photographs. They need to have excellent communication and organizational skills, and to be able to work on a team, but under supervision. Must have a positive attitude and a professional demeanor with the ability to work with various staff member personalities and backgrounds. Should have the physical ability to work entirely in the field, including walking long distances in various weather conditions through rugged terrain, bend over and squat to inspect the ground surface or excavation holes, to sit or stand for extended periods of time, and lift and carry up to 50 pounds. Must also possess a current valid drivers license, and be able to pass a drug screening test.

Pay: $14.00-$18.00 per hour based on experience 

EOE

 

To apply follow the link below


Cultural Resources/GIS Technician (Temporary Hourly), CSU/CEMML in Fort Collins, CO

Wallander,Amanda
 

POSTED BY: Center for Environmental Management of Military Lands

 

Cultural Resources/GIS Technician (BLM/NCRIMS Project)

A Cultural Resources/GIS Technician (Temporary Hourly) position is available with the Center for Environmental Management of Military Lands (CEMML). This position is located at CSU/CEMML in Fort Collins, CO providing support for the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) National Cultural Resources Information System (NCRIMS) project.


The primary duties include execution of data standardization, attribution and quality control of the Bureau of  Land Management’s cultural resources data in 11 states throughout the western US. All data must conform to national BLM data standards and best practices for Geographic Information System (GIS) cultural resource (CR) data.

Specific responsibilities include:

·        Review existing CR documentation including site forms and investigation reports to complete data attribution and quality control review tasks for the Resources and Investigations feature classes.

·        Work in conjunction with the project’s CR and GIS team leads and other team members to identify and help resolve any data discrepancies.

·        Integrate existing tabular data from external sources, such as the state historic preservation offices.

·        Assist with finalizing project documentation and standard operating procedures.

·        Documentation of all work processes to include feature level and feature class metadata.

·        Other tasks as assigned, including, but not limited to, digitizing new records and scanning paper documents to create organized digital files.

 

For more career opportunities, and to learn more about CEMML’s contributions to land management, our mission, vision, and values, please visit http://www.cemml.colostate.edu/

 

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS

·        A bachelor’s degree in Archeology, Anthropology, Geography, GIS, History, Natural Resources  Management or a closely related field is required.

·        A minimum of one year of demonstrated work experience with GIS software (i.e. ESRI ArcGIS Desktop 10.x / ArcPro), as well as MS Word, Access, and Excel is required. Course work will not be  included.

·        Familiarity with historic preservation documentation, specifically state specific historic site forms and investigations reports, State Historic Preservation Office (SHPO) data, National Register eligibility requirements and archaeology-related field work and data collection practices is essential.

·        Experience with and knowledge of best data management practices, specifically within relational databases and/or file geodatabases is also essential.

·        The successful candidate must demonstrate U.S. employment eligibility; CEMML will not provide visa sponsorship for this position. Successful candidate must be able to obtain a valid driving license.

 

DESIRABLE QUALIFICATIONS

·        More than 1 year of experience using ESRI ArcGIS and managing cultural resources geospatial data including data collection, digitizing, attribution and documentation (metadata) is preferred.

·        Specialized knowledge of federal public lands in relation to cultural resources policies and procedures including the National Historic Preservation Act (NHPA), National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA), Archeological Resources Protection Act (ARPA) and Native American Graves Protection and Repatriation Act (NAGPRA) is particularly desired.

·        Specific experience conducting Cultural Resources Management and/or GIS work with the Bureau of Land Management and/or familiarity with the National Cultural Resources Information Management System is a plus.

PAY RATE
Pay Rate is commensurate with experience and qualifications. The hourly range is $20-$25.  This is a temporary position and will not exceed 9-months.

How to apply:

Prospective candidates should apply via email to: Valerie.Milmore@... by April 25, 2021 for full consideration.

Upload each of the items below individually as a Word Document(.doc),PDF(.pdf),orRichTextFormat(.rtf).Pleasenote thatincomplete applicationscannotbeconsidered. Please remove social security numbers and birthdates from application materials.

A complete application consists of:

·        Statement of Qualifications (one page letter addressing each qualification described in  announcement)

·        Resume

·        Transcripts (for each degree earned that is listed under qualifications)

·        Degree Conferral (copy of diploma if transcripts do not include confirmation that degree was awarded)

·        References (contact information for three professional references, including at least one supervisor)

 

We do not discriminate on the basis of race, age, creed, color, religion, national origin or ancestry, sex, gender, disability, veteran status, genetic information, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, or pregnancy. CEMML/Colorado State University is an equal opportunity/equal access/affirmative action employer fully committed to achieving a diverse workforce, and complies with all federal and Colorado state laws, regulations, and executive orders regarding non-discrimination and affirmative action.

 


Project Review Manager – Archaeology, Columbus, OH

Adam Eltrich
 

 

The Ohio History Connection’s mission is to

Spark Discovery of Ohio’s stories.

Embrace the present, share the past and transform the future.

 

Project Review Manager – Archaeology

Resource Protection & Review

State Historic Preservation Office

 

Project Review Managers are responsible for assessing the effects of federally assisted projects to historic properties, pursuant to Sections 106 and 110 of the National Historic Preservation Act; advising and educating agency staff and others about the 106 review process; reviewing state and local projects.

 

Position Status:                       Full Time, Permanent

Salary:                                     $41,600 - $49,500 per year

Posting Close Date:                4/30/2021

Application Instructions:        Submit Resume/CV and professional cover letter through Ohio History Connection careers website: https://www.applicantpro.com/openings/ohiohistory/jobs

 

Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

·        Analyze project documentation to determine the eligibility of properties for listing in the National Register of Historic Places, effects to those properties, and provide comments and recommendations for the purpose of surveying and identifying historic properties

·        Review and comment on federal and state regulations; review surveys, data recovery plans, maps, drawings, photos, and other documentation; assess effects of regulations and projects to historic properties

·        Synthesize review results and clearly communicate the outcome in writing, meetings, and other communication media

·        Make site visits to evaluate effects of proposed projects on historic properties.

·        Negotiate agreements to avoid or mitigate adverse effects to historic properties

·        Create and provide education and assistance to federal, state, and local agencies; individuals; companies; and organizations

·        Manage project submission files and enter data related to project review outcomes in tracking database; organize project file archives and conduct archive file research.

 

Education and/ or Experience:

·        A graduate degree in archaeology, anthropology or a closely related field or its equivalent in education and experience, plus a minimum of four years of work experience in a professional capacity in the relevant discipline,

 

-OR-

 

·        Must meet professional qualification standards in 36 CFR 61, Appendix A in archaeology, anthropology or a closely related field.

 

Skills:

·        Familiarity with the Secretary of the Interior’s Standards and Guidelines for Archaeology and Historic Preservation and other federal historic preservation laws, regulations, and guidelines.

·        Ability to communicate effectively, both orally and in writing, with a wide range of preservation constituents in both the public and private sectors.

·        Ability to review, understand, and implement technical data, engineering drawings and specifications, research sources, maps, and archeological documentation

·        Ability to implement, plan, and critically evaluate research

·        Ability to use Microsoft Windows and Office applications including spreadsheets and databases

·        Ability to use Geographic Information System software


Cultural Resources Project Manager - Phoenix, AZ

Jordan Lara
 

 

                                                                                                                               

 

Please apply via our website : https://careers-swca.icims.com/jobs/11312/job

 

 

 

 

Cultural Resources Project Manager – Phoenix, AZ

 

About the opportunity

 

SWCA Environmental Consultants is seeking a Cultural Resources Project Manager for our Phoenix, Arizona office. The Cultural Resources Project Manager is a core member of the Cultural Resources Program, responsible for managing client relationships, supervising staff, successfully winning and executing projects, and leading all aspects of project implementation. This is a regular, full-time, hourly position. This position is a great wonderful career-growth opportunity for the right candidate to join SWCA’s expanding practice.

What you will accomplish

  • Project implementation to include staffing, fieldwork, research, report writing, and Quality Assurance/ Quality Control (QA/QC) review.
  • Maintain good working relationships with state and federal agency contacts and clients.
  • Nurture and develop client relationships.
  • Collaborate with SWCA’s managers, directors, and principal investigators on technical and business development efforts throughout the company.
  • Maintain SWCA’s high standard of scientific ethics and quality assurance and be motivated to identify and resolve problems in creative ways.
  • Collaborate as part of an interdisciplinary environmental team.
  • Assist in the continuing development of SWCA’s Cultural Resource Program and expand SWCA’s professional reputation in cultural resources consulting and research throughout Arizona and beyond.

Experience and qualifications for success

  • Master’s Degree in anthropology, archaeology, history, or a closely related field preferred.
  • Minimum of five (5) years of experience in cultural resources management (CRM) on a variety of project types and sizes, with increasing levels of responsibility.
  • Minimum of two (2) years of experience in CRM in a supervisory capacity, whether in the field or in the office.
  • Experience managing CRM projects, including budgets, scheduling, and scopes of work.
  • Meets the Secretary of the Interior’s Professional Qualifications Standards in archaeology.
  • Qualifies for listing as a Project Director on SWCA’s Arizona Antiquities Act permit, preferred.
  • Extensive experience with Arizona archaeology or similar cultural area.
  • Demonstrated experience in federal, state, and local laws and regulations related to the management of cultural resources (NEPA, Section 106 of the NHPA, Arizona’s State Historic Preservation Act)
  • Has completed all aspects of a project, from pre-field tasks to final report preparation for a variety of project types and sizes.
  • Excellent technical writing skills with a record of completing technical reports in a timely fashion.
  • Has provided QA/QC review of field documents, site forms, and reports.
  • Has led large crews and/or multiple crews on a variety of project types and sizes.
  • Ability to adapt quickly to changes in project needs, agency requests, and more.
  • Ability to work independently and collaboratively with a variety of colleagues, clients, and agency representatives.

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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Archaeological Field Technician - Sacramento, CA

Jordan Lara
 

 

                                                                                                                               

 

Please apply via our website : https://careers-swca.icims.com/jobs/11263/job

 

 

 

 

 

Archaeological Field Technician - Sacramento, CA

 

About the opportunity

 

SWCA has an opportunity in our Sacramento, CA for Archaeological Field Technicians who will assist the Field Director and Project Team in completing archaeological pedestrian surveys, construction monitoring, and other field or office tasks. You will assist with GPS data collection using tablet units, coordinate with contractors in the field, and communicate with the Team through daily reporting of field activities. This is an on-call, hourly position. You should be available to work full-time on an as-needed, on-call basis.

 

Our Sacramento office offers a unique work environment and specializes in Cultural Resources Management and Environmental Compliance.

 

What you will accomplish

  • Demonstrate and maintain SWCA’s high standard of scientific ethics and quality assurance, and have the awareness to identify and resolve challenges in creative ways
  • Perform all aspects of archaeological survey, excavation, monitoring, data collection and documentation in accordance with applicable local, state, and federal guidelines and requirements
  • Identify cultural materials while safely working on construction sites and around heavy equipment; communicate resource requirements with construction personnel and other monitors
  • Coordinate and communicate effectively with construction crews and project personnel
  • Maintain written daily survey, monitoring, or site-recordation logs and provide daily email updates to project management.
  • Perform digital photography, and utilize electronic data collection tools and GIS mapping applications
  • Perform basic laboratory studies
  • Follow instructions and ask informed questions
  • Maintain a high level of professionalism at all times, and during all interactions with project personnel and members of the public.

Experience and qualifications for success

  • A bachelor’s degree in anthropology, archaeology, history, or a closely related field is required
  • Participation in an accredited field school or equivalent experience
  • At least 2 years of professional experience identifying and documenting cultural resources. Experience should include work as a field archeologist in California or the Great Basin using a range of field methodologies, including survey, testing, excavation, and monitoring. Familiarity with California prehistoric and historical cultural resources (including ability to quantify/analyze materials) and the culture history of California
  • Ability to read and interpret topographical maps and navigate using a compass
  • Candidates must demonstrate excellent attention to detail and will have strong organizational and analytical skills
  • Must have strong communication skills (both oral and written) and demonstrate ability to coordinate effectively with SWCA senior staff and other project personnel
  • Candidate must be motivated and able to work safely and cooperatively with minimal supervision
  • Availability to work extended field rotations (10-12 days at a time) and travel accordingly
  • Ability to pass a Motor Vehicle background screening.
  • Current valid driver’s license and the ability to safely operate a 4wd vehicle on rugged, backcountry roads required
  • Dependable, respectful, organized, pro-active, and on-time
  • Currently reside in southern California (Greater Los Angeles area preferred)
  • Active 40-hour HAZWOPER training a plus

SWCA Environmental Consultants is an established and flourishing environmental firm, providing a full spectrum of environmental compliance services. SWCA is an employee-owned company composed of environmental professionals who specialize in natural and cultural resource management, environmental planning, and regulatory compliance.

 

With offices across the United States, SWCA is one of the largest environmental compliance companies and consistently ranks among Engineering News-Record’s Top 200 Environmental Firms. We offer a team-oriented work environment, and a competitive compensation and benefits package, including an employee stock ownership plan (retirement) for full-time, regular employees. Some benefits are also available to on-call, temporary or part-time employees.

 

If you would like to contact SWCA regarding the accessibility of our website or need assistance completing the online application process due to a disability, please email accommodations@... or call 800-828-8517. This contact information is for disability accommodation requests only. All other inquiries will not receive a response. 

 

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Field Director and Crew Chief, Bismarck, ND

beavercreekarchaeology
 

Field Director and Crew Chief, Bismarck, ND

Beaver Creek Archaeology (BCA) is currently seeking to fill one or more vacancies for an Archaeological Field Director to be based out of our Bismarck, North Dakota office. The position has the potential to become full-time with benefits. To learn more about the role and to apply for the position, please follow this link to our website

https://www.bcarch.org/come-work-with-us

 


Archaeological Cataloger - Pablo, Montana - New South Associates

Alison Shepherd
 

Archaeological Cataloger - Confederated Salish Kootenai Tribe (CSKT) Cataloging Project


New South Associates, Inc., (NSA) seeks an Archaeological Cataloger to catalog U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (USACE), Seattle District and U.S. Forest Service (USFS), Kootenai National Forest collections currently stored at the Salish Kootenai College’s D’Arcy McNickle Library in Pablo, Montana. This project involves the creation of an item-level catalog for these collections.  The position would be based in the Confederated Salish Kootenai Tribe (CSKT)’s D’Arcy McNickle Library curation facility and would collaborate with CKST personnel who will be observing the cataloging work.

 

On-site work is expected to begin in early August 2021 with employment beginning in July for remote training and orientation.  This position is expected to last for approximately one to two years.

 

Essential Functions:

·        Create an item-level catalog for all known USACE, Seattle District and USFS collections.

o   Assign material classes and artifact descriptions using a provided list.

o   Count and weigh materials.

o   Return cataloged items to their original storage containers. Bag loose items as necessary.

·        Make notes regarding the dimensions of original collection containers and overall collection condition (noting collection damage due to pests, environmental conditions, loss, or storage conditions that do not meet the standards of 36 CFR Part 79).

·        Utilize Microsoft Excel® to create an item-level catalog of all known USACE, Seattle District and USFS, Kootenai National Forest collections in accordance with specific data standards and provided data fields.

·        Generate and submit bi-weekly status reports regarding project progress.

·        Create/write a collection management report detailing the cataloging process; this will be due upon completion of the project.

Core Competencies:

·        Excellent understanding of material culture, artifact analysis, and cataloging procedures.

·        Database creation and management.

·        Excellent oral and written communication skills.

·        Excellent interpersonal skills, with special consideration for communicating with tribal members, including elders.

·        Ability to handle collections in a careful and respectful manner.

·        Detail-oriented and organized.

·        Able to meet set production benchmarks and report submission deadlines.

 

Minimum Qualifications:

·        Bachelor’s Degree in Anthropology, Archaeology, Museum Studies, Historic Preservation, Tribal Historic Preservation, or closely related field.

·        Willingness to abide by CKST and NSA COVID Safety Protocols.

·        Ability to relocate to the Pablo, Montana area for project duration (approximately 1-2 years).

 

Preferred Qualifications:

·        Master’s Degree in Anthropology, Archaeology, Museum Studies, Historic Preservation, Tribal Historic Preservation, or closely related field.

·        Experience with (the criteria outlined in) 36 CFR Part 79, Curation of Federally-Owned and Administered Archaeological Collections.

·        Archaeological field school or cultural resource management experience.

·        Experience working closely with Native American tribal groups.

·        COVID-19 Vaccination.

 

This is a Services Contract Act wage rate position with an hourly wage of $25.40, Health and Welfare benefit of $4.54, paid Federal holidays, and thirteen days paid time off.  Relocation support and up to three months lodging and meals per diem will be provided.

 

To apply, submit a CV, letter of interest with your background and qualifications, and three references to Alison Shepherd, Project Manager, ashepherd@...

 

*NSA is an Equal Opportunity employer and women and minorities are encouraged to apply. https://newsouthassoc.com/ 

 

Work Location:

Pablo, MT is located in Lake County, Montana, United States and is approximately 60 miles (1 hour) North of Missoula, MT. The population is approximately 2,500 at and is the home of Salish Kootenai College and the seat of government of the Flathead Indian Reservation.


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1 Senior Level Archaeologist - APPS/NAVFAC SW - Naval Base Coronado - San Diego, CA - $36-40/Hr - 1 Year Contract

Jenna Kumabe <jenna@...>
 

POSITION
Archaeologist Contractor Support - ACS (Senior Level)
Naval Base Coronado, San Diego, CA
Full Time, 1 Year Contract, $36-40/Hr
Involves on-site field work, project management, documentation 
APPS Contractor working with NAVFAC SW personnel on NAVFAC SW projects 


MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS
  • Must have a degree in Anthropology, Archaeology, or other related field
  • Must be very experienced with federal projects - experience working on projects at military installations is highly desirable 
  • Must be familiar with the following federal policies/regulations, as well as their associated documentation:
    • National Historic Preservation Act; Section 106 (in-depth knowledge)
    • ARPA - Archaeological Resources Protection Act (general knowledge)
    • NAGPRA - Native American Graves Protection and Repatriation Act (general knowledge)
  • Must possess working knowledge of archaeological and historic resources in the southwest region
  • Must be able to manage and/or prepare the following:
    • Archaeological and historic preservation studies 
    • Cultural resources mitigation measures / preservation plans 

POINT OF CONTACT
If qualified and interested, please submit resume to:
Jenna Kumabe
jenna@... 
Ethical Personnel Services, Inc. dba. A Professional Personnel Services (APPS) 


JOB DUTIES

The ACS shall independently provide professional historic preservation and archaeological support.

Technical Review – The ACS shall review proposed Navy/USMC actions for potential impacts to cultural resources, and compliance with historic preservation statues, regulations and guidelines.  The ACS shall provide recommendations on cultural resources protection/avoidance requirements and assists in the development of plans to avoid, minimize and/or mitigate effects of proposed development projects.  The ACS shall review environmental documents, technical reports, and other documents for Navy/USMC actions within NAVFAC’s area of cognizance.  The ACS shall provide technical assistance Navy/USMC personnel responsible for preparing and reviewing historic preservation planning documents including Integrated Cultural Resources Management Plans, Archaeological Survey Reports, Data Recovery Plans and Curation Plans.  The ACS shall provide technical services for archaeological and historical resources surveys and inventories of historically significant properties.  The ACS shall provide assistance in identifying the need for, designing and conducting such surveys and inventories.  The ACS shall prepare and review forms for the nomination of historic properties for listing in the National Register of Historic Places.  The ACS shall review environmental planning documents, design and construction documents for compliance with historic preservation statutes.  The ACS shall provide recommendation to possible compliance measures that the Navy may elect to implement, such as mitigation of adverse effects.  The ACS shall provide assistance in designing and recommendations in compliance measures including surveys, negation or mitigation or adverse effect through archival documentation, archaeological data collection, and project modification.  The ACS shall provide daily reports to summarize efforts.  The ACS shall maintain various databases.

Coordination – The ACS shall work closely with Navy/USMC personnel, contractors, Federal and State agencies. 

Preparation of Documents – The ACS shall prepare cultural resources documentation including, but not limited to, survey reports, evaluation, and mitigation planning documents as requested by the Senior Archaeologist.  All submittals must be prepared by computer and compatible with current Navy/USMC software (e.g., Microsoft PowerPoint, Arc Map, Word, Excel, Adobe Photoshop, etc.).  Submittals include but are not limited to project reviews and recommendations, Memorandum of Agreements/Cooperative Agreements, drafts of Section 106 of the National  Historic Preservation Act, correspondence, as well as PowerPoint briefings and presentations.  The ACS shall produce professional quality, properly edited, and technically accurate project documentation and correspondence at least 90% of the time.  The ACS shall ensure timely submission of reviews and recommendations in accordance with project schedules at least 95% of the time.  

Operations - The ACS job duties will include both field and office settings. The office work environment involves everyday risks or discomforts that require normal safety precautions typical of such places as conference rooms or office spaces.  Outdoor work may be required to include field inspections, archaeological monitoring and/or historic property surveys. Outdoor work may include field trips requiring physical exertion in the form of extensive walking over rough, uneven ground and rocky surfaces in remote or densely vegetated outdoor environments, as well as lifting of moderately heavy items.  The ACS shall have a good familiarity of NAVFAC SW Safety and Health Requirement manual, instructions, agency equipment regulations and directives.  Guidelines will include a variety of Federal, Department of Defense, and Department of Navy, Commander Naval Facilities Engineering Command Southwest publications, manuals, directives, standards, policies and procedures. Published guidance will be provided by the Government as needed. 

Meetings/Conferences – The ACS shall participate in meetings with contractors, agencies, clients, and team members when required to do so. 

Briefings – The ACS shall participate in briefings when required to do so.

Updates - The ACS shall provide monthly status report that summarizes the work efforts and accomplishments performed. 




Principal Investigator at Metcalf Archaeology - Bismarck, ND

Metcalf Archaeological Consultants Human Resources
 

Metcalf Archaeological Consultants, Inc. is looking for an experienced Principal Investigator to work out of our Bismarck, ND office. This position is salaried and full-time, regular.  Project management experience and advanced understanding of archaeological methods are a must for this position.

To apply, please complete our online application.

Principal Investigators at Metcalf are a critical point of contact with clients and are accountable for providing excellent and responsive customer service. Job duties primarily center around managing the technical aspects of archaeological projects.  Responsibilities also extend to working in conjunction with the Project Managers, ensuring compliance with applicable regulations and permits, monitoring schedules and budgets, providing high level research and technical support for other staff and maintaining high levels of quality. Principal Investigators not only supervise, but also participate in Metcalf projects.

Qualifications

·       M.A. or M.S. in Anthropology is required for this position

·       Sufficient experience to be listed in direct charge on antiquities permits in at least two states within the company’s operating regions

·       At least five years of experience conducting archaeological investigations in a field setting

·       At least three years of experience supervising an archaeological field crew

·       Demonstrable experience managing projects from inception to completion

·       Active First Aid/CPR certification (may be obtained after hiring)

·       Primary author or at minimum a major contributor to a research oriented technical document

Metcalf Archaeological Consultants, Inc. is a 100% employee-owned cultural resource management firm with more than 40 years of experience providing archaeological services in the Rocky Mountains, Eastern Great Basin, and Central and Northern Great Plains. Metcalf promotes a safe and drug free workplace. We participate in E-verify and are proud to be an Equal Opportunity Employer.

To apply, please go to https://metcalfarchaeology.clearcompany.com/careers/jobs/fadd1ebc-34db-c522-50e5-7d89be24d219/apply?source=1344172-CS-18070


TRC - Full-Time Archaeologist Needed - Lanham, MD

Egbalic, Steve
 

 

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. 

 

Click Here to Apply on our website

 

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: 

  • 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 

 

Requirements

 

  • An MA or MS in anthropology with a focus in terrestrial archeology 
  • Experience in all aspects of archaeological fieldwork, including supervisory experience 
  • 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 

 

TRC offers advancement potential and a competitive compensation and benefits package including a 401k plan with a company match. For more information please visit our website at https://www.trccompanies.com.  

 

EOE/Minorities/Female/Protected Veterans/Disabled 

 

 

Thank you,

 

Steven Egbalic
Senior Recruiter

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

Phone:  714-615-5358

LinkedIn | Twitter | Blog | TRCcompanies.com

 

 


IMMEDIATE NEED Seeking Qualified Field Archaeologists

Sandi Clark
 

IMMEDIATE NEED Seeking Qualified Field Archaeologists

 

Kautz Environmental Consultants, Inc., (KEC) of Reno, Nevada, is currently accepting applications for field archaeologists for upcoming excavation and survey projects. Compensation ranges from $20-25 an hour, depending on experience. Fieldwork will occur throughout Nevada (including Reno area projects) and southeastern CA.   Transportation is provided from Reno to the project area; meal allowance and lodging will be provided for non-local projects.  Meal allowance is $55/day.  Local projects will generally be scheduled Monday-through-Friday.  Local projects are not eligible for meal allowance and lodging stipends.

 

Qualifications:

 

Preferred technician candidates will have a B.S. or B.A. in Anthropology or Archaeology, and at least one year of field experience. Preference will be given to applicants with a background in Great Basin and California archaeology.  Mine Safety Training will be provided (paid) if needed.  Physical requirements include the ability to stand, bend, and kneel for long periods of time; lift at least 30 lbs.; and hike 10+ miles per day in rough terrain and weather conditions. KEC is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

 

Project-Specific Needs:

 

May 2021:  Two field technicians with southwest Desert experience for pedestrian inventory.  Project will be run with ten-day rotations (Monday to Wednesday) with accommodations provided during non-workdays.  Project duration: 3 months.

 

IMMEDIATE NEED:  Field technicians for non-local excavation and survey projects in NV eligible for meal allowance and lodging during workdays.  Rotations will be run 8 days on/6 days off. Project duration: 6+ months.

 

June 2021.  Field technicians for data recovery in Reno, NV, not eligible for meal allowance and lodging.  Work schedule four 10-hour days (Monday to Thursday).  Project duration: 2 months.

 

Please email resumes to:

malinky@...

 

 

 

Sandra Hedicke Clark

Administrator

Kautz Environmental Consultants, Inc.

1140 Financial Blvd., Ste. 100

Reno, NV  89502

775.829.4411

 


The State of Archaeology, CRM, Architectural History…

R. Joe Brandon
 



Hey folks!

Now isn’t that a kick-ass presumptuous subject for an e-mail! 😂😂😂 (<— Since I am quite NRHP eligible I can use whatever outdated emoji I want ;-) <-- or ascii for that matter!)

But like every clickbait worthy POS article online only after you are lured into opening it do you see the full title.

"The state of Archaeology, CRM, Architectural History… in the age of Covid, via my incredibly siloed view of the profession(s) through ShovelBums. Plus, the Mark of the Beast bodes a good omen for us!"

Bonus Material: My Kevin Bacon Number.

I put Architectural History in the title only because that always catches peoples eyes and makes them think it must be interesting because none of us really know what they do. I mean we all know the Architectural Historians write prodigiously, they can talk eloquently about a shocking number of subjects beyond their job title, and they always give that *polite* little nod when anyone else tries to identify any type of structure, yet is off by 2-3 years. But they are generally so quiet. They really must be up to something, but I digress. Though do be sure to buy them a drink when prevailing social conditions are suitable. You always want them on your side because they are just so darn useful. 

First off, my apologies. I actively thought last year when everything was in the tank that I should be a bit more proactive in engaging the community. Maybe host a periodic virtual Happy Hour just to shoot the shit. But A: My wife moved into my office with me and so the view of skulls and old tomes that look much more scholarly than I am is shit. B: I am just so grossly anti-social and vulgar I would probably offend the other person who showed up. Well, actually, aren't many of us grossly anti-social and vulgar? So it just would have been a bunch of sullen faced old farts in bad lighting with blurry webcams on 486 Pentium computers staring at each other grunting periodically, but not that you would know because they would have forgotten to turn on their audio at the right time. 

No. Really. No-one needs to see that. As a matter of a fact, I try to avoid drinking on weeknights, but that mental image might convince me otherwise…

So back to the point of all this. 

Where in the hell are we all right now R. Joe?

I am not sure. 

But

I do *cautiously* feel optimistic about 2021. 

ShovelBums gives me a very very narrow view on the state of things. Why? Because I have always, and I mean always, stated ShovelBums is your tool of last resort. Back in the day (another advantage of being old is being able to say that with some gravitas) jobs were found by phone calls or letters via a direct result of your own personal network of peers. And as always, companies did - as they should - always give preference to people who had someone to vouch as a reference for them personally as their 1st degree of finding qualified people. But as we all know, we have an incredibly small profession, even including the Architectural Historians and the dozen or so qualified geomorphologists who didn’t get into Oil & Gas. And yet even with people vouching for others some fuckups still made it through, No system is perfect. So back then, if the personal networks failed to produce enough skilled professionals then that is where Fax machines, and literally papers pinned to office bulletin boards came into play. Things are really no different today. The fax, phone, and bulletin boards produced the exact same results as modern services do today

But the field has grown a lot since Jill-Karen, Cory, Pat, Chuck were the ones picking up the phone to call their peers about a new project. It grew a lot because of them and many others utilizing their personal networks. So while our ability to communicate with an ever widening group of professional acquaintances has grown exponentially there is still the reality that we really are a very small niche profession. 

That is where ShovelBums comes in. It helps connect professionals with jobs and employers with great staff. And if a recipient isn’t the right person for the job, they likely know someone who is. Or to put it another way, staff personal networks are the 1st degree resource. ShovelBums covers degrees 2-6. {Random Factoid about the 6 degrees of Kevin Bacon. I have a Bacon Number of 4. Me -> I worked with Elizabeth Craig who was taught to ride horses by -> Harrison Ford (tangent, Harrison got the scar on his chin from Elizabeth's horse kicking him, not from a bar fight) -> Ford was in Apocalypse Now with Laurence Fishburne -> Fishburne and Bacon were in Mystic River).

While ShovelBums is not the final metric to measure where in the hell we are at any given time. It is, like an out of stratigraphic context potsherd and other midden remnants in a plowed field, an indicator of what might lie beneath. Sometimes, sometimes..., an abundance of detritus on the surface might indicate an information rich feature below. 

So from this perspective this is the best information I have to forumulate my thoughts about where we are right now.

2020 was shaping up to be one of the best years ever for ShovelBums, the postings in January and February, which are not typically high volume months, were up almost double from what they were in 2019. Now of course there are myriad things that factor into this, and there is no doubt that the ongoing push into energy was driving a lot of this. So many of these jobs were not for surveying sites like Grasshopper, I can confidently say that. But, there was work, and enough of it that employers were using ShovelBums to out when their staffs 1st degree of connections was maxed out. 

….and then everything went into the shitter. That has been well covered.

But surprisingly 2020 wasn’t as stupendously terrible as I was expecting and by fall the postings numbers were actually looking pretty good (Note: In general, don’t look for jobs in December). Now there are a couple of ways to read these numbers though. Were the postings increases simply because it was hard to find staff because those who could stay hunkered down did so? Or was it from increased work opportunities? It is probably somewhere in the middle I would expect.

As for 2021? Well the number of postings on ShovelBums has started out strong. Both January and March saw the largest number of postings in several years. And not many of the postings are repostings for the same position (which when that happens is to me is an indicator of the CRM labor force being stretched thin, or maybe nobody wants to work in the northern US or Canada in the winter if they can avoid it).

Here is a chart (attached) of the number of postings on ShovelBums over the last few years. It is of course worth noting that not all postings carry the same weight. Some posts are for individual full time Principal Investigators, some are cattle calls for dozens of professionals at different levels for numerous projects in multiples areas. And these differences underscore why ShovelBums is not a perfect bellwether for the state of Archaeology, CRM, Architectural History… But it is a metric of some value

So there you go. Let’s all hope the positive trends continues!

The current ShovelBums job numbers can be seen here https://groups.io/g/ShovelBums

ShovelBums Job Postings 2015 - April 9 2021


If the formatting is all janky you can see the full history chart at https://groups.io/g/ShovelBums/ (Just scroll down a bit)



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Jun


Jul


Aug


Sep


Oct


Nov


Dec

2021


55


42


63


29

















2020


54


45


32


32


33


42


40


42


62


57


37


22

2019


29


23


46


56


44


56


69


52


36


66


25


14

2018


17


35


42


33


35


38


63


51


61


52


39


17

2017


17


26


65


31


28


37


32


37


44


37


27


13

2016


26


32


42


44


32


32


37


29


27


25


26


16

2015


23


38


58


36


56


37


27


47


64


35


19


19



Oh! And about ShovelBums and The Number of the Beast? 

The last job post for 2020, was job posting number 

#11666

How was that for a way to end 2020? LOL! 

I can not make this shit up. 

In conclusion. I do hope you are all as well as you are able to be during these challenging times. And I do genuinely hope that 2021 provides you the opportunity to find a fantastic job in your career and that companies can find the excellent staff they need to keep on doing their great work!

If you are in academia, or know someone teaching an intro (or any level) class, please be sure to end the semester by suggesting students take the time to join up for ShovelBums so they can painlessly keep abreast of what their career options are in the field, what skills are in demand, and where the work is in high demand.

There is info on how to sign up here: http://shovelbums.org/join


Best,

R. Joe


Temporary Archaeological Field Technicians - Salt Lake City

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

 


Senior Archaeologist/Project Manager - Tempe or Flagstaff

LSD Human Resources Department
 

Logan Simpson, an environmental planning, cultural resources, and landscape architectural design firm, currently seeks a full-time Senior Archaeologist/Project Manager to work in our Tempe or Flagstaff, Arizona offices to assist federal agencies with all aspects of National Historic Preservation Act Section 106 compliance, including Native American tribal consultation, coordination assistance, and project management.

 

Duties and responsibilities include planning and managing all phases of cultural resources projects including survey; archaeological monitoring, testing and data recovery; technical report production; preparing scopes of work and cost estimates; and meeting project scope, schedule, and budget obligations. This position requires the individual to be self-motivated and work well in a team-oriented setting.

 

Ideal candidates will have: a proven background supervising and mentoring staff; experience interacting and coordinating with clients, government agencies, and Tribal representatives in a decision-making role; an understanding with federal, state, and local historic preservation and cultural resources regulations; experience assisting with preparing cultural resources sections for the National Environmental Policy Act and other environmental planning documents; and an established area of technical expertise and/or an archaeological research interest. Preferred candidate will have experience working with Native American tribal agencies.

 

Requirements include:

  • Master’s degree in Anthropology, History, or a closely related field and 2+ years of supervisory/project management experience; or a Bachelor’s degree in Anthropology, History, or a closely related field and 5+ years of supervisory/project management experience;
  • Preference will be given to candidates that can demonstrate experience working with Tribal agencies;
  • Ability to obtain permits at the Principal Investigator or Field Director level on BLM, National Forest, and State lands, preferably for lands in Arizona and adjacent states (NV, UT, CA, and NM).
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills, and experience independently preparing, reviewing and editing complex technical documents for a full range of cultural resources projects.

 

Logan Simpson offers a comprehensive benefit package and a competitive salary. If interested, please apply online at http://logansimpson.com/about/careers/ and attach a resume and a cover letter that includes salary requirements.

 

Logan Simpson is an EEO/Affirmative Action Employer

M/F/Disability/Veteran/E-Verify

 

 

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