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Kansas State archaeologist and PI in RI

R. Joe Brandon <rjoe_brandon@...>
 

This info comes from
http://teleline.terra.es/personal/jtovar/tablon_f.htm#o21 via Kris
Hirst's Random Samples News letter:
http://www.archaeology.about.com/education/archaeology/gi/pages/mmail.htm

Let them know you heard about them via shovelbums, and and don't forget
about the new Shovelbums discussion forum!
http://clubs.yahoo.com/clubs/shovelbums , which FYI Shovelbums hit the
900 member mark today - not bad folks - thanks.

Onto the jobs.

R. Joe
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Why Not Be the State Archeologist of Kansas?

You could be a leader in collecting, interpreting, and educating others
about the exciting and
evolving story of Plains archeology in Kansas. The Kansas State
Historical Society is looking for
an ambitious State Archeologist to build a program of significance and
reputation for the state's
archeological heritage. The position holds great research and
educational opportunities for the
right person. The State Archeologist has visibility and a position of
responsibility which can
advance archeology within the state, region, and nation. Required - a
graduate degree in
archeology (preferred - Ph.D.with experience in Great Plains
archeology).

Salary $31,595.20 - $44,470.40; excellent state benefits.
Applications due January 31, 2000. Position remains open until
filled. Call Kay Jones-Ray,
Personnel, (785) 272-8681 for an application. EEO/AA

Cathy Ambler
Cultural Resources Division
Kansas State Historical Society
cambler@kshs.org
785 272 8681, Ext 215

----------------------------------------------------

Senior Archaeologist / Principal Investigator

PAL, an independent, non-profit cultural
resource management and historic
preservation planning consulting firm, seeks
a highly skilled and
experienced Senior Archaeologist to join its
senior management team.

The Senior Archaeologist reports to the
President and works with a team of
senior staff on a variety of projects.
Qualified applicants will have a
graduate degree in archaeology or anthropology,
and at least 5 years of
experience in the field of cultural
resources management.

Successful applicants will have:

- a solid understanding of Federal laws,
especially Sections 106 and
110, as they pertain to archaeology and
cultural resources
management;

- an ability to manage multiple projects
simultaneously;

- experience in the preparation of
project proposals and
qualifications packages;

- superior verbal and written communication
skills, and strong
computer literacy;

- an established track record of
successful research in the
archaeology of the northeastern United
States; and

- strong analytical skills.

This is a regular, full-time position which
pays competitively and includes
a full benefits package. Send letter of
interest, vita, salary
requirements, and list of
references to:

Donna Callahan
Human Resources Director
PAL
210 Lonsdale Avenue
Pawtucket, RI 02860
Telephone: (401)
728-8780
Fax: (401) 728-8784
Email: dccpal@aol.com
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Non work posting RE: SAA's/rooms

R. Joe Brandon <rjoe_brandon@...>
 

Apologies - This is a non-job service announcement.

For those of you heading to the SAA's feel free to use

http://clubs.yahoo.com/clubs/shovelbums

to coordinate room sharing/rides via the message board there, unless you are on a cash cow pipeline I am sure money is tight.
However, please execute discretion when coordinating with people you do not know.

Best regards,

R. Joe Brandon


Oregon work aprox 10 mos.

R. Joe Brandon <rjoe_brandon@...>
 

Sage Country Archaeology, Inc. is looking for one good crew leader and
8-10
techs for an upcoming class III cultural resource survey project in
Idaho.
Applicants must be available for a miniumum of 10 months approximately
March-November 2000. Experience hiking and covering difficult terrain
required. Interested persons should send vita by Feb. 5th to be
considered.

Minimum qualifications:

Crew Leader: twelve months related experience which demonstrates the
ability
to perform the duties of the position without more than normal
supervision;
or 27 quarter/18 semester hours of credits of graduate education
directly
related to the work of the position.

Crew Members: Six months of general experience and six months of related

experience or 90 quarter/60 semester hours of credits of college or
technical school education with 18 quarter/12 semester hours of related
course work; or a combination of work experience and college or
technical
school education. Specialized work experience such as collecting data or

assisting on a team is a plus.

Questions and vita's can be sent to:

Sage Country Archaeology, Inc.
Attn: John B. Hatch
sageco@bendnet.com
19855 4th St
Bend, Or 97701


Technical position

R. Joe Brandon <rjoe_brandon@...>
 

Mary Carrol posted this on ACRA-L, great job for any tech-minded CRM'ers you might know.

FYI thanks for the big push for more subscribers (880+ now) & note at
the top of the .sig file the new Shovelbums club/chat room I created
after many requests for such a venue.

Best,

R. Joe Brandon

The job below is being re-advertised for the second time. Needless to say,
I'm having difficulty recruiting qualified people. I'm looking for someone
interested in an opportunity to extend and enhance a Cold Fusion-based Web
application that's used by cultural resource professionals world-wide and
also the opportunity to work with a grants/projects program that solicits
innovative information management projects in the cultural resource
disciplines. Feel free to pass it on and apologies for cross-posting.

Mary S. Carroll
Information Management Coordinator
National Center for Preservation Technology and Training
NSU Box 5682, Natchitoches LA 71497
318/357-6464 voice 318/357-6421 fax
mary_carroll@ncptt.nps.gov http://www.ncptt.nps.gov

================================
INFORMATION MANAGEMENT ASSOCIATE, INTERNET PROGRAM

The National Center for Preservation Technology and Training has an opening
for a cultural resource professional with strong Internet and World Wide Web
expertise. The major duties of the position are -

--assist in managing PTTInternet program and PTTGrants program projects

--assist in developing and enhancing NCPTT's World Wide Web site and other
Internet applications

--update and maintain NCPTT's Web site to ensure a consistent NCPTT Web
style and graphic design

--identify, collect, write, edit, and review material intended for the
Internet in order to ensure accuracy and relevance.

Full announcement: http://www.usajobs.opm.gov/wfjic/jobs/II1883.HTM

Closing date: February 14, 1999

Contact: 202/208-5574


Re: Digest Number 104

Cheloveck@...
 

Greetings, All,

I wanted to pass along from the PI that Horizon Research Associates is no
longer accepting applications for the current project in Western WV. Thanks!
CJ
Field Director


Immediate Wyoming work

R. Joe Brandon <rjoe_brandon@...>
 

TRC Mariah Associates' Laramie, Wyoming, office is looking
for several technicians to begin work immediately. Work
assignments will include survey fieldwork in Wyoming
alternating with lab work in Laramie. The work is expected
to last at least one month and could possibly extend through
the end of the year 2000 field season. If interested,
please contact Craig Smith of TRC Mariah at (307) 742-3843
or by email at csmith@trccos.com. Thank you.


Midwest work

R. Joe Brandon <rjoe_brandon@...>
 

Sorry for the multiple post - This came in from several lists - Let them know you heard about it on Shovelbums!

http://www.har-indy.com/page6.html

Job description posted on "What's New" page at the URL below.

Rich Green
Historic Archaeological Research
4338 Hadley Court
West Lafayette, IN 47906
Office: (765) 464-8735
Home: (765) 464-8095
http://www.har-indy.com


Jobs -- Middle Tennessee

Michael Blair <blairmw@...>
 

===== Original Message From SIRGUINESS@aol.com =====
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From: tnarch-l@frank.mtsu.edu
To: TNARCH-L <tnarch-l@frank.mtsu.edu>
Subject: Jobs -- Middle Tennessee


Date: Wed, 29 Dec 1999 16:18:05 -0600
From: Ray Ezell <garrowtn@mindspring.com>
Subject: Projects in Middle Tennessee

TRC Garrow Associates, Inc.-Nashville office is currently accepting
applications for archaeological technicians for upcoming projects in and
around Nashville. These projects range from survey to site testing to
site excavation. All levels of education and experience will be
considered.

Please submit your resumes to:

Ray Ezell Email versions of vitae are also accepted:
TRC Garrow Associates, Inc garrowtn@mindspring.com
1865 Air Lane Drive, Suite 9
Nashville, TN 37210
615/884-4430
615/884-4431 (fx)

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NJ work

R. Joe Brandon <rjoe_brandon@...>
 

From ACRA-L

Date: Fri, 14 Jan 2000 10:14:29 -0500
From: "Patricia Madrigal" <madrigal@hunterresearch.com>
To: <HISTARCH@asu.edu>, <ARCH-L@listserv.tamu.edu>,
Subject: Employment opportunity
Message-ID: <006201bf5ea2$11ac7150$257816ac@hunterresearch.com>

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Apologies for cross-posting:
=20
Hunter Research, Inc., a cultural resource consulting firm based in =
Trenton, NJ is accepting applications for a Report Manager/Editor. We =

are seeking a qualified individual to edit and oversee production of =
technical reports and popular publications. Position also involves =
supervision of graphics department. Facility with word processing, =
graphics and desktop publishing software essential. Also required: good
=
writing and organization skills, supervisory experience, attention to =
detail, ability to meet deadlines and prioritize multiple assignments. =

BA degree required (MA degree preferred) in English, History, =
Anthropology or related field. Salaried position with benefit
package.=20

Send resume with salary history to Hunter Research, 120 W. State Street,
=
Trenton, NJ 08608 or fax to 609-695-0147. Please make all =
correspondence to the attention of Wendy Steele. No telephone calls =
please.
=20
Patricia A. Madrigal
Principal Investigator
Hunter Research, Inc.
madrigal@hunterresearch.com


Alaska Work (conservator)

R. Joe Brandon <rjoe_brandon@...>
 

Hey Folks,

Thanks to Bonn for forwarding this posting to Shovelbums. Just a note
to the rest of you - If you come across job postings like this (from
other lists, dept. forwards, word of mouth, etc...) that you think the
rest of the community would be interested in (Shovelbums is at 850+
members right now) please either send it to shovelbums@onelist.com or
forward it to me and I will get it out.

One other thing - This list grows exclusively by word of mouth among
your peers*. So if you could do me a favor and pass on the bottom of
this signature file (just trim at the handy "cut here" mark :) to any
friends who might be interested in this list AND post a copy of that sig
file for your dept./office bulletin board I would really appreciate it.
It is critically important for us all that with the North American field
season beginning to gear up soon (heck my brother has been excavating
all through this mild winter) that the word of this list be sent out to
Owners/HR reps/Field directors for companies who will be doing call's
for employees for the 2000 season. I saw 1999 as a dry run for this
list to see if there was an interest for this type of a list (there
seems to be) but now I really need your assistance in completing the
global domination of Shovelbums by really getting the word out to your
former employers, colleagues, etc... So dig out your e-mail address
book and go forth and forward my friends. :)
.
* This is a completely random observation but it seems, from those of
you who have posted your bio info when you signed up, the average age of
the 850+ Shovelbums subscriber is in their late 20's/early 30's.

Best regards

R. Joe Brandon

----Original Message Follows----
From: Mary Irvine
Reply-To: Rock Art Discussion and Information
To: ROCK-ART@asu.edu
Subject: conservator search
Date: Thu, 13 Jan 2000 09:23:29 -0900

Are there conservators on this list who are looking for work? The Alaska
State Museum has a position open for a conservator - for more info,
contact the State Department of Administration, Division of Personnel, PO
Box 110201, Juneau, AK 99811-0201. Or call (800)587-0430. You can also
access the position description online at "Workplace Alaska," and search
for conservator. Petroglyphs and pictographs aren't always a part of the
work, but as it's a general position with a lot of outreach travel to the
rest of the state, there is the potential.

My apologies if this is too off-the-subject from normal rock art discussion
threads.





Mary Irvine
Docent Program Coordinator
Alaska State Museum
395 Whittier Street
Juneau, Alaska 99801


E-mail: Mary_Irvine@eed.state.ak.us
http://www.eed.state.ak.us/lam/museum/
Tel.: 907/465-4811 Fax: 907/465-2976

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Penn work

R. Joe Brandon <rjoe_brandon@...>
 

From ACRA-L

January 12, 2000

Cultural Heritage Research Services, Inc. (CHRS) of North Wales,

Pennsylvania is looking for an entry level Historic Preservation Field
Surveyor. This person should be familiar with historic resource surveys,

historic and architectural research, photography, and architectural
history.
The job entails two main foci:

* research into local and regional history on a project by project
basis,
and the preparation of historical overviews
* architectural research and documentation, including deeds,
photography,
building descriptions, and sketch site plans.

Familiarity with historic research methods and tools is desired,
including
census, tax assessment, deeds, local histories, etc. Knowledge of
American
architectural history is also required, with particular emphasis on
Mid-Atlantic regional vernacular architecture. CHRS is involved heavily
in
the survey and assessment of industrial landscapes, transportation
resources, and rural historic districts. Knowledge of and experience
with
these specialties would be helpful. The successful candidate will submit

writing samples that demonstrate good writing ability.

This is a full-time position, and will involve a substantial
amount of
travel. Applicants should have a car and be able to travel,
predominantly
throughout Pennsylvania, Maryland, New York, New Jersey and West
Virginia.
CHRS offers a full benefits package, including sick days, vacation days,
and
health care coverage. Interested applicants should send resumes, writing

samples, and examples of photographic work. Should the candidate be
invited
for an interview, they will be asked to submit names of at least three
persons who have knowledge of their past work and experience. The
position
is currently open and we are looking to hire IMMEDIATELY. Salary is
commensurate with experience.

For information, please contact ASAP:

Nadine Miller Peterson
Director, Historic Preservation Division
403 East Walnut Street, North Wales, PA 19454
(215) 699-8006 (VOICE)
(215) 699-8901 (FAX)
npeterson@chrsinc.com





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ARCHAEOLOGIST Position Open - Western US

Robert J. Brandon <rjbrand@...>
 

From ACRA-L

ARCHAEOLOGIST POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT

Sagebrush Consultants, L.L.C., a Utah based CRM firm, seeks qualified
candidates for the position of Archaeologist. Responsibilities for this
position will include preparation of proposals and research designs, leading
and supervision of field crews in a variety of environments, recordation of
prehistoric and historic sites including standing structures, excavation of
historic and prehistoric sites, analysis of survey and/or excavation
archaeological data, preparation of technical reports and NEPA documents.
The position requires frequent contact with a variety of clients and
governmental agencies. The successful candidate will possess the following
qualifications:

Willing to LEARN and TAKE DIRECTION
M.A. in anthropology or closely related field
At least two years of archaeological field experience at supervisory level
Interested in carrying out BOTH historic and prehistoric archaeological
work

Experience in Western states, especially, Intermountain states (though not
essential)

Good writing and verbal skills and analytical abilities
Demonstrated ability to work individually AND AS PART OF A TEAM
Demonstrated ability to meet deadlines
Willingness to commit to working for a multi-year period of time
Salary is negotiable based on experience. Full benefit package includes
vacation, sick leave, holidays, health insurance, and retirement plan. This
is a full-time, salaried position, not an individual project assignment.
Successful applicant must be willing to relocate to the Ogden area and will
be expected to travel for project assignments.

If interested, submit resume with references and letter of interest to
Michael R. Polk, Principal Archaeologist/Owner at:

Sagebrush Consultants, L.L.C.
3670 Quincy Avenue, Suite 203
Ogden, Utah 84403
(801) 394-0013 (voice)
(801) 394-0032 (fax)
SAGEB@aol.com (email)

**NOTE: I will be attending the Society for Historic Archaeology meetings in
Quebec City, Quebec, Canada and will be staying at the Hilton Hotel (host
hotel) from January 4-9. To schedule a confidential interview during the
conference, leave a message for Michael Polk at the hotel's front desk.

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Projects in Middle Tennessee

Ray Ezell <garrowtn@...>
 

TRC Garrow Associates, Inc.-Nashville office is currently accepting
applications for archaeological technicians for upcoming projects in and
around Nashville. These projects range from survey to site testing to site
excavation. All levels of education and experience will be considered.

Please submit your resumes to:

Ray Ezell Email versions of vitae are also accepted:
TRC Garrow Associates, Inc garrowtn@mindspring.com
1865 Air Lane Drive, Suite 9
Nashville, TN 37210
615/884-4430
615/884-4431 (fx)


SHPO position

Robert J. Brandon <rjbrand@...>
 

From ACRA-L

---------- Forwarded message ----------
Date: Thu, 23 Dec 1999 10:34:20 -0600
From: david a jr phillips <dap@unm.edu>
To: Multiple recipients of list <acra-l@lists.nonprofit.net>
Subject: NM SHPO Job Announcement


I am forwarding this job posting to ACRA-L despite hesitations. The New
Mexico SHPO serves at the whim of the governor, we have a governor known
for his whims, and the current Cultural Affairs Officer -- who supervises
the SHPO -- has proven that he'll cut and run in a crisis. Despite all
that, New Mexico needs a hard-working and effective individual in the job.
I hope that if this announcement is posted widely, it'll help attract a
pool of highly qualified candidates. Besides, the winning candidate gets
to move to Santa Fe, New Mexico. Think blue skies, mountains, low
humidity, and no mosquitos. --Dave Phillips, Albuquerque, NM.

________________


Director, Historic Preservation Division. The Director is the chief
administrative officer of the Historic Preservation Division and the State
Historic Preservation Officer (SHPO). The Historic Preservation Division
is one of nine divisions of the State of New Mexicos Office of Cultural
Affairs. The Director is advised by the Governor-appointed, seven-member
Cultural Property Review Committee and reports to the Cultural Affairs
Officer within the Executive Branch of the state government.

The Director is responsible for the management of all operations and
programs within the Division and oversees four program managers and a
staff of historic architects, archaeologists, historians, planners, and
support personnel. The Director should be knowledgeable in one or more
aspects of historic preservation and heritage resources management and be
conversant in modern information technology and how it can be used to
preserve and protect cultural properties. Strong management,
communication, and supervisory skills are needed as well as an ability to
delegate responsibility to appropriate staff members. The Director must
take a pragmatic approach to preservation, one that strikes a balance
between preservation needs and development concerns, which are paramount
in this rapidly growing state. Consequently, the Director must be an
effective advocate of preservation who is able to maintain a well-balanced
and positive relationship among business and community leaders, a
culturally diverse population living in settings ranging from large
metropolitan areas to traditional communities, sovereign Tribal entities,
and State and Federal agencies that manage almost half of the states land
area. The Director must be effective in maintaining support among
legislators for Division programs and should have considerable experience
in overseeing budget development, grant management, and personnel
management.

Division programs include:

- Identification and management of historic and prehistoric sites and
records

- Nomination of properties to the National Register of Historic Places and
State Register of Cultural Properties

- Administration of financial incentives and grants for preservation

- Technical assistance to federal and state agencies, local governments
and the public

- Administration of state and federal preservation and heritage resource
laws

- Education programs for the general public and students

The Director and SHPO position is established in federal and state law,
the National Historic Preservation Act (16 U.S.C. 470s) and the New Mexico
Cultural Properties Act (18-6-8). The Director is hired by the state
cultural affairs officer with the consent of the governor to work with
agencies, communities and private citizens to preserve the historic,
prehistoric, and cultural heritage of the state of New Mexico. (for more
information on the Office of Cultural Affairs, Historic Preservation
Division visit our website! http://www.nmoca.com/.)

Applicants for this position should have 1) a graduate degree in American
history, anthropology, architecture or historic preservation; or 2) at
least five years of professional experience in American history,
anthropology, architecture or historic preservation or any combination of
these; or 3) have made a substantial contribution through research and
publication to the body of scholarly knowledge in the field of American
history, anthropology, architecture or historic preservation or any
combination of these. Applicants should send a letter, resume, and the
names of three references to Judy Martinez, Office of Cultural Affairs,
228 East Palace Avenue, Santa Fe, NM 87501. Application deadline is March
1, 2000.



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West Virginia Work

Robert J. Brandon <rjbrand@...>
 

From ACRA-L

---------- Forwarded message ----------
Date: Wed, 22 Dec 1999 17:02:24 -0600
From: Gloria Gozdzik <ggozdzik@horizoncrm.com>
To: Multiple recipients of list <acra-l@lists.nonprofit.net>
Subject: Position openings

Dr. Gloria Gozdzik is planning to hire 10 to 15 crew members to=20
excavate a cemetery.=20
The project area is located between Charleston and Huntington, in=20
western West Virginia.
This site has two components. The historic cemetery component is=20
surrounded by a prehistoric component. Both components will be excavated.
One crew of=20
four archaeologists has been working on the cemetery. They have removed
about one half of=20
the burials. The new crew would work on both components.
Dr. Gozdzik is hoping to begin work with the new crew as soon as an=20
augmented permit has been approved by the state. The expected start date
for the project is January 5th 2000. The
fieldwork is projected to last for two and one half months. The crew will
work 5 days on and 2 days off.=20
Housing will be provided at the Ramada Ltd. throughout the duration. There
are two double beds in each hotel room.=20
In addition, Horizon is paying $25 per diem for the duration of the fieldwo=
rk.
Two types of positions are being filled as follows:

Archaeologist 1. Field technicians. Bachelor=92s=20
degree required. Paying $10.50 per hour.

Archaeologist 2. Supervisors and crew chiefs.=20
Master=92s degree preferred. Must meet the standards of the Secretary of th=
e=20
Interior Guidelines. Paying $12.50 to $15.00 per hour depending on
education and=20
experience.

Please mail, fax or e-mail a letter of interest and curriculum vita and
references to:

Gloria Gozdzik, Ph.D.=20
Horizon Research Consultants, Inc.
1534 Point Marion Road
Morgantown, West Virginia 26508
Fax: 304-599-5806
Phone: 304 599-5799=20
e-mail: horizon@horizoncrm.com

Gloria Gozdzik, Ph.D.
President, Horizon Research Consultants
1534 Point Marion Road
Morgantown, WV 26508
Phone: 304-599-5799
Fax: 304-599-5806

ggozdzik@horizoncrm.com
http://www.horizoncrm.com


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Archaeology Project Director Position Announcement

tmillis@...
 

TRC Garrow Associates, Inc. is currently seeking a qualified project director
to direct archaeological survey, site testing, and data recovery investigations.
This is a temporary position, with the possibility of converting to permanent
employment with excellent benefit package (holidays, sick leave, paid vacation,
401k retirement plan with matching contribution, health/dental/life insurance,
disability insurance).

Required Qualifications: Successful applicant must meet or exceed the minimum
professional qualifications defined by the Secretary of the Interior's
Professional Qualification Standards for Archaeology (36CFR61) including a
graduate degree in archaeology, anthropology, or a closely related field
(M.A./M.S. required, Ph.D. a plus) and at least two years of supervisory
experience, preferably in the Mid-Atlantic and Southeastern regions.

Desired Qualifications: Applicants should have demonstrated ability in
archaeological fieldwork and experience directing crews; working effectively
within constraints of research design, project schedules and budgets; and
completing projects in a timely and high quality manner. Candidate should also
have good communication and interpersonal skills; demonstrated experience in
research, survey, excavation, artifact analysis, report preparation, and
laboratory processing; basic computer skills, including Word, Excel, and Access
on a PC-based platform; and be willing to travel extensively. Individuals with
experience in GIS, historical archaeology, or faunal analysis skills are
especially encouraged to apply, although other specialties will be given
serious consideration.

Applicants should submit a current resume detailing experience; statement of
interest, special skills, and availability; and name, address, telephone number,
and email address of three references to Tracy L. Millis at:

TRC Garrow Associates, Inc.
6340 Quadrangle Drive, Suite 200
Chapel Hill, North Carolina 27514
(919) 419-7501 (fax)

TRC's web site can provide information about the firm: www.trcsolutions.com.
If you have questions regarding the position, you may telephone (919-419-7500)
or e-mail Tracy L. Millis (tmillis@mail.trcec.com)

There is no closing date on this position. The position will be filled when the
appropriate candidate has been selected, so we encourage those interested to
respond as soon as possible.


NC work

R. Joe Brandon <rjoe_brandon@...>
 

This came across on ACRA

To: Multiple recipients of list acra-l@lists.nonprofit.net
> Subject: Clarification on Archaeologist Position

Apparently from some of the responses I've gotten, the message I sent out
recently about an archaeologist position got somewhat mangled. Some received
the header only and those who received the body of the message found that the
url referred to was incorrect. Let me clarify. We are currently accepting
applications for temporary full-time positions, and anticipate posting one or
more job listings for permanent positions for archaeologists or environmental
specialists in the near future. Applying for a temporary position (one year
appointment) does not
disqualify one from consideration for a permanent position later. To apply
for a temporary position, download an application form from this site -
http://www.osp.state.nc.us/OSP/applctn.htm.
Send the completed form, with any supporting information you want to include
(vita,
examples of reports, etc.), to me at this address: Project Development and
Environmental Analysis Branch
North Carolina Department of Transportation
P.O. Box 25201
Raleigh, NC 27611
If you have any questions you can call me at (919) 733- 7844, ext.278. I
applogize for any inconvenience this has caused.Tom Padgett
NCDOT Archaeology Supervisor


PA work and new archaeology jobs web site

R. Joe Brandon <rjoe_brandon@...>
 

Hi folks -

Even in this holiday season the job openings are still coming in - If you
hear about a position you can just send it directly to
shovelbums@onelist.com . Jennifer Hutchey just sent us all these PI and
field tech openings in Pennsylvania. I also want to announce her new -
well that is not quite right, the site has been around in many incarnations
since '96, but a new URL is more accurate - web site for CRM postions and
other related items by Jennifer at:

http://arch.hutchey.com

Jennifer's site is still being developed but like the other URL's in the
sig file this is a good one for any professional field tech to bookmark and
pass on. While I am up here on the back of my Conestoga hocking snake oils
I would also like to remind you of several other good resources.

A - Kris Hirst maintains the site http://archaeology.about.com which
includes a wealth of information about CRM and archaeology issues from all
corners of the world (hmmm it is actually a sphere so that is a bit
non-sensical...ooops sorry I digress). Kris also scours the web and puts
out a weekly e-mail newsletter called "random samples". I highly recommend
random samples as a great tool to keep abreast of what is going in the
field we love outside of our own little world, even better this newsletter
is well suited to our MTV attention spans - click, read, go on. You can
think of "random samples" as the meso-scale view of archaeology in the
last week. Regardless, do yourself a favor. Join at:
http://www.archaeology.about.com/education/archaeology/gi/pages/mmail.htm

B - Ken Stuarts very popular CRM jobs and field school web site is
at http://www.sscnet.ucla.edu/ioa/cgi-bin/show-opps.pl

C - Last, but far from least, is the comprehensive web site for the
American Cultural Resources Association http://www.acra-crm.org/ Jobs,
laws, links - more fun then a shiny new 45-5. Whether you are an undergrad
thinking you might want to try CRM out or you are an old field hand from
the All American Pipeline days visit this site, and more importantly join
the ACRA-L mailing list at http://www.acra-crm.org/acra-l.html to keep
abreast of current issues relating to cultural resources (no ACRA
membership is required to subscribe - also - I highly recommend digest mode
- some users can be very chatty and opinionated ;-). The archives are also
on the web site and are sorted by thread, very convenient. If you are
serious about CRM you have to be aware of the laws that effect us and this
is the list to be on IMHO. Also, as a student you can become a non-voting
associate member of ACRA for only $25 (oops which reminds me I need to send
in my check still). Do yourself a professional favor. Join the list, join
the organization. There is more to CRM then just per-diem and cash
pipelines (ohh but when they flow they are oh so nice!)

Last but not least onto the job openings

Best Regards y'all - have a safe holiday season. May Santa bring you a new
trowel, metric folding ruler, and a Pentax K-1000. I hope your new year is
filled with many easy to define features and clearly labeled bags in the lab.

R. Joe

PS - It looks like Shovelbums fell short of my hoped for 1,000 by 2,000 but
we currently are at 750 subscribers since the list began in
April. Remember this list only grows by word of mouth so when you have a
chance, send out the attached sig file (with handy cut marks provided for
your cutting and pasting ease) to your friends, colleagues, bosses, and
professors. You can always join shovelbums in digest mode, or read on the
web only (which still allows you to post positions)


Let them know you heard about these on Shovelbums.

Position Opening : Principal Investigator

Established environmental firm seeks a principal investigator with
demonstrated
supervisory experience in the northeast U.S. M.A. required. Applicant
should
possess excellent writing skills as well as field experience. Salary
commensurate
with experience and benefits package is available. Please mail, fax or
e-mail letter
of interest, curriculum vita and references to:

Elayne Jones, Vice-President
Ecoscience, Inc.
RR 4 Box 4294
Moscow, PA 18444
phone: (570) 842-7631
fax: (570) 842-9976
e-mail: ecoscience@hotmail.com


Position Opening: Field Technician/Research Assistant

Established environmental firm seeks a field technician/research assistant.
Applicant
should possess a B.A. and have taken an archaeological field school.
Northeast U.S.
experience a plus. Position is hourly ($10.25) and benefits package is
available. Please mail,
fax or e-mail letter of interest, resume and references to:

Elayne Jones, Vice-President
Ecoscience, Inc.
RR 4 Box 4294
Moscow, PA 18444
phone: (570) 842-7631
fax: (570) 842-9976
e-mail: ecoscience@hotmail.com


Delware work

R. Joe Brandon <rjoe_brandon@...>
 

This came in yesterday. Sorry I could not scrounge up an e-mail address,
but it looks like the parent company URL is
http://www.parsons.com/index2.html and you maybe able to get an e-mail
contact address for Mike at info@jobsatparsons.com

R. Joe

If you want to advertise, Parsons is still looking for some help in
Delaware. $10.50 hour, $30.00 expenses reimbursed and hotels on
weekends probably through the middle to end of January if not longer.

Write to:
Mike Petraglia
Parsons Engineering Science
10521 Rosehaven Street
Fairfax, Va. 22030
703-591-7575
703-591-1305 fax


Re: Digest Number 94

Robert Hard <RHard@...>
 

The Center for Archaeological Research
University of Texas at San Antonio has three positions available: Associate
Director, Research Associate V. Research Associate III. See notices below.

POSITION AVAILABLE

Associate Director

Center for Archaeological Research
The University of Texas at San Antonio

The University of Texas at San Antonio invites applications for an Associate
Director of the Center for Archaeological Research to begin as soon as
possible. M.A. in anthropological archaeology required, ABD or PHD
preferred. Required qualifications include five years experience in
cultural resource management, field research, proposal preparation and
publication and experience in supervision of archaeological projects with
demonstrated leadership, management, and writing skills. Experience in
south or central Texas prehistoric and/or historic archaeology preferred.
Responsibilities will include preparing proposals and budgets, supervising
all aspects of projects, and interacting with university offices, sponsoring
and regulatory agencies.

Applicants should submit vita, statement of relevant experience, and
references to:

Center for Archaeological Research
The University of Texas at San Antonio


Position: Research Scientist Associate V (Senior Project Archaeologist)

Required Qualifications: Ph.D. Degree in Anthropology or Archaeology, and
two years experience in directing prehistoric or historic archaeological
projects; working knowledge of artifact analysis and statistical analysis.
Candidate should have demonstrated ability in archaeological fieldwork
including directing archaeology crews. Also candidate should have good
writing and basic word processing skills, as well as experience with
prehistoric artifact analysis, report preparation and laboratory processing.

Preferred Qualifications: Candidate should have two years experience
working with hunter-gatherer materials and lithic artifacts and/or working
with historic sites, supervising projects, conducting analysis and writing
archaeological reports. Experience in Texas, Southwest, Plains, or northern
Mexico Archaic material especially helpful. Also the candidate should have
working knowledge of statistical analysis and PC computer programs,
including MS Word, WordPerfect, Quattro Pro , and/or Excel. Successful
candidate must be able to work with people, and closely coordinate and
integrate team efforts in archaeological field and laboratory settings.

Duties: The candidate will be responsible for directing and managing all
aspects of archaeological projects including field and lab crew. Duties
include personnel and equipment management, archaeological record keeping,
transit survey mapping, archaeological mapping, geological profiling,
prehistoric artifact analysis, statistical analysis, report design, writing
technical archaeological reports and publications. Must have an ability to
interact and function in a culturally diverse setting and often in the
public eye. This is a grant funded position beginning immediately. Salary
negotiable based on qualifications. This is a grant-funded position
contingent upon availability of funds.

POSITION AVAILABLE

Research Scientist Associate III

Center for Archaeological Research University of Texas at San Antonio
Research Scientist Associate III (Project Archaeologist)

Required Qualifications : MA Degree in Anthropology or Archaeology and two
years experience in archaeology at a supervisory level. Candidate should
have demonstrated ability in archaeological fieldwork. Candidate should
also have good writing and basic word processing skills, as well as
experience with artifact analysis, report preparation and laboratory
processing.

Preferred Qualifications: Ph.D. degree graduate course work and two years
experience in archaeology. Experience in Texas, southwest, plains, or
northern Mexico archaic material especially helpful. Also the candidate
should have working knowledge of statistical analysis and PC computer
programs, including MS Word, WordPerfect, Quattro Pro , and/or Excel.
Successful candidate must be able to work with people, and closely
coordinate and integrate team efforts in archaeological field and laboratory
settings.

Duties include personnel and equipment management, archaeological record
keeping, archaeological mapping, artifact analysis, statistical analysis,
description and analysis of human remains, writing technical archaeological
reports and publications. Must have an ability to interact and function in
a culturally diverse setting and often in the public eye. This is a grant
funded position beginning immediately. Salary negotiable based on
qualifications.




For more information on these three positions, call Robert Hard at
rhard@utsa.edu


Send vita, references, and letter to:
Robert J. Hard, c/o Human Resources,
The University of Texas at San Antonio
6900 N. Loop 1604 West
San Antonio, Texas 78249-0610

Open until filled.

UTSA is an affirmative action/equal opportunity employer. Women and
minorities are encouraged to apply.




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