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job annoucnemnt

R. Joe Brandon <rjoe@...>
 

apologies for cross posting, this came from ACRA-L, while not a strait up
field job this might be suited for those of you who recently received advanced degrees and need to offset debt.

R. Joe


Date: Mon, 17 May 1999 13:52:20 -0500
From: John Cullinane <jcullinane@...>
To: Multiple recipients of list <acra-l@...>
Subject: Position Available

There is an immediate, full time position available for an
Archeologist/Anthropologist, with expertise in Native American issues,
to work directly with the Department of the Navy's Cultural Resource
Office and Federal Preservation Officer in Washington, DC.

The position would be under contract to John Cullinane Associates, an
architectural and preservation planning firm located in Annapolis, MD.
The office for the successfull applicant would be at the Navy's new
Cultural Resource Offices in the Washington Navy Yard.

The position is to provide senior technical expertise in archeology and
Native American cultural resource protection, and to assist the
Department of the Navy (DON) Federal Preservation Officer (FPO) in
support of legally mandated DON cultural resources compliance
programs.

Qualifications for this position may be met by demonstrating:

1. earned graduate academic degree in Archeology, Anthropology, or a
related discipline;
2. work experience that demonstrates successful working familiarity with
DOD programs related to cultural resources management planning and
Native American issues;
3. established working relationships with cultural resources personnel
within state, federal, and private sector preservation organizations;
and,
4. working familiarity with the World Wide Web, Windows 95 and 97, Word,
Access, Excel, and Power Point.

The position would be full time, temporary, commencing on or before June
15, 1999, and under contract until September 30, 1999, with the
possibility of extending the contract through fiscal year 2000. The
pay rate for this position would be $40.00 per hour. There are no benefits
associated with this contract.

For further information, contact John Cullinane Associates, 222 Severn
Avenue, Annapolis, MD 21403; 410.295.0400.

Resumes and references can be faxed to 410.295.0402, or emailed to
jcullinane@....

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Re: Pipeline Project

Jacob Hopping <jhopping@...>
 

I have made two very strange finds in the woods in southeastern virginia.
both of which are stones..one white, one granite..the white stone is about
4"x10" and two connecting sides of it (one length side and one width side)
have been filed down so their edges are smooth..the filing also made them
at a roughly right angle to one another..the granite stone is triangular,
with all of the sides filed down smoothly..it's obvious these are man made
and not naturally occuring
they were found within 150 yards of one another
are these property markers? indian implements? tombstones? or what?
anybody know?
Jake

shovelbums update

R. Joe Brandon <rjoe@...>
 

Folks,

I want to remind you all that shovelbums was not advertised as a discussion
list. This list is simply for job announcements, rumors of where jobs are,
queries of where jobs might be. To be fair to the majority of the
subscribers please do NOT post generic questions to this list. Multiple
case offenders will be removed at my discretion for the greater good of
the list. Also remember this list is designed for professional
practicing (or student) archaeologists looking for gainful employment, not
amateurs or pot hunters. I would also like to discourage anyone from
posting "I am qualified for X" postings, these postings which would be more suitable for shovelbums_gossip, not this list.
When shovelbums.com is up finally I am hoping to have a section for people to
do self promotion but this list is not the medium. I do understand folks
desire to do those promotions though and do encourage you to set up a
dialouge on shovelbums_gossip for such discussions.

Sorry if this is a bit harsh, but as the list is new now is the
time to set the rules that will guide it. I do not want to begin loosing
subscribers becayse this list is not what it was advertised to be.
This list has a very narrow focus for a good reason. If there
are any comments on this policy please drop me a note off list at
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Thanks for your time.

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archaeology techs needed for survey in middle tenn.

Ray Ezell <garrowtn@...>
 

TRC Garrow Associates, Inc. needs experienced archaeological field
technicians for survey work in Carroll County, Tennessee. The survey will
last for 2 weeks and begin on May 31, 1999.

Pay Rate=9.04/hr
Per diem=$25/day
TRC Garrow will provide hotel rooms Mon-Fri.

If you are interested, please call Ray Ezell @ 901/274-2009 (day) or
901/722-9106 (evening) or email @ Garrowtn@...

Ray Ezell
TRC Garrow Assoc.

field technicians wanted in Wyoming (seasonal)

Steven Rannels <rastaferret@...>
 

USAJOBS CONTROL NO
IE4175

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ARCHEOLOGIST
OPEN PERIOD 05/17/1999 -
05/21/1999
SERIES/GRADE: GS-0193-09/09
SALARY: $ 15.82 TO $ 15.82, HOURLY PROMOTION POTENTIAL: GS-09
ANNOUNCEMENT NUMBER: NZ-99-T10BG REL2

HIRING AGENCY: USDA, FOREST SERVICE

DUTY LOCATIONS: 0002 SHERIDAN, WY
0002 LOVELL, WY

REMARKS: THIS IS TEMPORARY POSITION. EMPLOYMENT WILL BEGIN
APROXIMATELY
JUNE 6 AND END APPROXIMATELY DECEMBER 30, 1999.





CONTACT: SANDY HOFFMAN
PHONE: (307) 672-0751
INTERNET ADDRESS: shoffman/r2_bighorn@...


BIGHORN NATIONAL FORSET
1969 S. SHERIDAN AVENUE
SHERIDAN, WY 82801






Full vacancy announcement follows. Please be sure to review
for complete qualification and "How to
Apply" information.



Vacancy Announcement

DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE (USDA)

USDA, FOREST SERVICE





Vacancy Announcement Number: NZ-99-T10BG REL2



Opening Date: 05/17/1999

Closing Date: 05/21/1999



Position: ARCHEOLOGIST

GS-0193-09/09



Salary: $15.82 per hour - $15.82 per hour



Promotion Potential: GS-09



Duty Location: 2 vacancies at SHERIDAN, WY



2 vacancies at LOVELL, WY









Applications will be accepted from:



Open to all qualified persons.





Major Duties: Incumbent performs archeological surveys.
Conducts field
reconnaissance searches in areas planned for such activities as
timber
harvesting, wildlife habitat improvement, road construction, and
recreational
development. Reports finding and prepares recommendations to be
incorporated
in environmental analysis reports. Conducts field searches,
identifies and
marks archeological sites, prepares site location maps, records
findings,
photographs artifact findings, and prepares sites sketches as
necessary.
Conducts field investigations as part of a forest-wide
classification and
protection program to be incorporated in long-term resource
management plans.




Qualifications Required:



Applicants must meet qualification standards by the closing date
of this
announcement as described in the U.S. Office of Personnel
Management
Qualification Standards of General Schedule positions.



Basic requirements: A four year degree that included 3 semester
hours each in
the following course areas: - History of Archeology

-Archeology of a major geographical area such as North
America of
Africa

- Regional archeology, archeological cultures, or sites
in a specific
part or portion of a major geo

graphical area to acquire or develop a
foundation for
regional specialization for professional

development

-Theory and methods of archeology

-Archeological field school





AND

Six semester hours of related course work in geography, geology,
or cultural
geography; history, historiography, or historical archeology;
environmental
studies; scientific writing ; and surveying.



AND

Archeological field school.



PLUS

At least one year of specialized experience equivalent to the
GS-7 level; OR 2
years of progressively higher level graduate education leading
to a master's
degree or master's or equivalent graduate degree that provided
the knowledge,
skills, and abilities necessary to do the work.



A combination of graduate education and experience may be
qualifying.






Basis of Rating:



Panel members or a personnel specialist will evaluate each
candidate's
qualifications including experience, performance, awards,
training, and
education.



Pay, Benefits and Work Schedule:

Temporary employment not to exceed one year.
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Position Available: Architectural Historian

Ecoscience, Inc. <ecoscnc@...>
 

POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT: ARCHITECTURAL HISTORIAN

Ecoscience, Inc.'s Archaeology Division has an immediate opening for an
Architectural Historian. Ecoscience, Inc. conducts all phases of Cultural
Resource Management projects throughout Northeastern North America and the
Middle Atlantic.

The Architectural Historian position requires an individual with strong
report-writing and organizational skills. Candidates must have an M.A.,
demonstrate knowledge of CRM requirements, and have directed projects to
completion. Experience in the Northeast and/or Middle Atlantic is
preferred. The candidate must be able to prepare historic structures
surveys, Criteria of Effects documentation, and other related reports and
forms. Salary and fringe benefits commensurate with experience.
Send, FAX or e-mail vitae and three references to:

Rod Brown, Director of Archaeology
Archaeology Division
Ecoscience, Inc.
RR4, Box 4294
Moscow, PA 18444
FAX: 570-842-9976
e-mail: ecoscnc@...
Voice: 570-842-7631

Position Announcement: Laboratory Director

Ecoscience, Inc. <ecoscnc@...>
 

POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT: LABORATORY DIRECTOR

Ecoscience, Inc.'s Archaeology Division has an immediate opening for a
Laboratory Director. Ecoscience, Inc. conducts all phases of Cultural
Resource Management projects throughout Northeastern North America and the
Middle Atlantic.

The Laboratory Director position requires an individual with strong
archaeological and organizational skills. Candidates must have an M.A. and
prior archaeological laboratory experience. Experience in the Northeast
and/or Middle Atlantic is preferred. The candidate must be able to analyze
historic and prehistoric artifact assemblages and prepare summary reports.
Salary and fringe benefits commensurate with experience.

Send, FAX or e-mail vitae and three references to:

Rod Brown, Director of Archaeology
Archaeology Division
Ecoscience, Inc.
RR4, Box 4294
Moscow, PA 18444
FAX: 570-842-9976
e-mail: ecoscnc@...
Voice: 570-842-7631

work in Memphis area

R. Joe Brandon <rjoe@...>
 

We're looking to hire on about four to six people for the summer and
possibly longer. We're getting ready to gear up for a survey and
testing program in the Grand Prairie for Memphis COE. If you know of
anyone whose qualified for a field technician position (experience
preferred), please have them call 850-243-5992 or send a resume via fax
850-664-7835. Thanks, Prentice Thomas
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Forward: Job Posting (fwd)

R. Joe Brandon <rjoe@...>
 

Not quite a field job, but pass it on to any friends in museum studies.

USDI Bureau of Land Management, Billings MT
Museum Curator GS-1015-11 $39960 - $51946 per year
Open to all U.S. citizens. No prior federal service required.
Open Period: 5/18/99 - 6/1/99

Contact: Branch of Personnel Mgmt
(406) 255-2782
e: mt933@...

full announcement and job description can be viewed at:
http://www.usajobs.opm.gov/wfjic/jobs/IE4429.HTM

Re: Forward: Job Posting (fwd)

cgwill@...
 

R. Joe Brandon wrote:

From: "R. Joe Brandon" <rjoe@...>

Not quite a field job, but pass it on to any friends in museum studies.

USDI Bureau of Land Management, Billings MT
Museum Curator GS-1015-11 $39960 - $51946 per year
Open to all U.S. citizens. No prior federal service required.
Open Period: 5/18/99 - 6/1/99

Contact: Branch of Personnel Mgmt
(406) 255-2782
e: mt933@...

full announcement and job description can be viewed at:
http://www.usajobs.opm.gov/wfjic/jobs/IE4429.HTM
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Wyoming shovelbums needed

R. Joe Brandon <rjoe@...>
 

The company is called Pochteca Archeology, Cindy Webb is the Owner.
She needs people. 307-742-6791 869 N 4th Laramie Wy. 82070

Thanks to Becky for the tip on this one.

More possible work in Mt.

R. Joe Brandon <rjoe@...>
 

This is just a job rumor, if they have work Lynelle is an excellent
crew boss -

<SNIP> Ethnoscience may need people out of 4140 King Ave E
Billings Montana 59102 406-252-7945 Contact: Lynelle Petersen

Re: Pipeline Project

Letisha Luecking <archeo1@...>
 

I work for R. Christopher Goodwin & Assoc. I think that might be one of our
projects. If your interested, the company is still taking applications for
employment. They've got a lot of work for the season. Here's the address:
5824 Plauche Street, New Orleans, LA 70123.

----Original Message Follows----
From: Jason Burns <jmb17@...>
Reply-To: shovelbums@...
To: shovelbums@...
Subject: [shovelbums] Pipeline Project
Date: Mon, 17 May 1999 13:38:33 -0500

From: Jason Burns <jmb17@...>

Hello to the List:

I heard a rumor about a very large pipeline project from New Orleans to
Pensacola, I don't know who or where they are working, but it might be a
lead to check out. Work is on-going or getting ready to start up soon.

Jason
UWF Archaeology


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Re: Digest Number 14

Bob Brandon <bbrandon@...>
 

Well, Shannon, here's one of the first things you learn as a shovelbum:
After you have a year or two of experience and meet another field tech.,and
discuss your individual experiences in the field you will find that either
you each know some of the same people or have worked with the same person.
My son, Dan worked on that cemetery project in Houston.
Bob

Message: 1
Date: Sun, 16 May 1999 21:35:28 PDT
From: "shannon mcelmurry" <julietrose69@...>
Subject: Re: .Bones!

hello,
I am still working on my B.A. and I don't know much but my archaeology lab
teacher did some extensive work in huston on a black cemetary before the
civil war. It could be interesting!

thanks,
shannon

Re: Digest Number 14

Jason Weinrich <xetnoc@...>
 

Okay, what I want to know is how come I keep ending up working with Bob
Brandon???? Not that that's a bad thing mind you...
JKW


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Full time postions Huston or Cincinnati

R. Joe Brandon <rjoe@...>
 

I must reiterate for the new folks on the list that shovelbums proper is not a
discussion list. If you want to discuss things (such as why are there so
many Brandons in archaeology...this posting is a forward from another
branch of the Brandon tree who harkens from Tennessee....;-) then please
sign up for the shovelbums_gossip list. The folks on gossip signed up
expecting dialouge, the folks on this list only want to see or post job
announcements. As the list is young these mis-steps are not to be unexpected.
But as a number of you have written me encouraging me to keep this list
"dialouge" free I will continue to do so. So thanks for grinning and
bearing it and keep the job announcements coming.

....now onto the job's!!!!.....

_______________________________________
Cultural Resources Principal Investigator:
Immediate opening: Cultural Resource Group of BHE Environmental
(formerly 3DE) Cincinnati and Houston offices.

Candidates should have an M.A. or Ph.D. in
Anthropology, Archaeology, or related subjects. Two years supervisory
experience in a CRM program desired. These full-time permanent
positions entail proposal writing, client coordination, and supervision
of fieldwork, data analysis, and reporting. Area of expertise open;
demonstrated project management skills are essential. BHE offers
competitive salaries, health benefits, 401 K plan, and incentive
programs. Send a letter of interest, resume, and three references to:
BHE Environmental, Inc., Human Resources, 11733 Chesterdale Road,
Cincinnati OH, 45246. Fax: 513-326-1550. E-mail: cwiehe@....
EOE, AAP, M/F employer.


3DE Group of BHE Environmental, Inc.
Christopher Bergman, 781 Neeb Road, Cincinnati, OH 45233
phone 513-922-8199 fax 513-922-9150
cbergman@...
http://www.bheenv.com

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We are T.J. Vestal and Jamie Brandon
tjnjamie@...

T. J. Vestal: tjvesta@...
Jamie Brandon: jcbrand@...
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Re: Welcome to shovelbums@onelist.com

stephen Pezzetti <stevepezzetti@...>
 

From: shovelbums-owner@...
Reply-To: shovelbums@...
To: stevepezzetti@...
Subject: [shovelbums] Welcome to shovelbums@...
Date: 21 May 1999 19:44:10 -0000

Hello,

Welcome to the list. Please take a moment to review this message.

To unsubscribe from this list, go to the ONElist web site, at
www.onelist.com, and select the User Center link from the menu bar
on the left. This menu will also let you change your subscription
between digest and normal mode.

I hope you enjoy this list and we, as a community of shovelbums, make this
into
something we can all use.

Several important points to be aware of:

-Do not send posts to this list as *attachments*. Only cut and past text
into
the body of your message. There are a number of users who access this list
using text only e-mail programs that do not handle attachments well, and
they
may not have translators for your wordprocessor. This also applies to
e-mail
programs that allow you to send messaages in HTML, use the text only option
if
possible.


-If this becomes a high traffic list I encourage you to change your
subscription



to "digest" which will allow to receive one e-mail a day with all of the
days
messages in it.

-This is not a discussion list, shovelbums_gossip@... will serve
that
purpose. This list is simply for archaeology job announcements.

-This list is not for fieldschool announcements. For field schools please
use
shovelbums_bc@....

-Any flame war intiators/participants will be removed from the list.

-Anyone who forwards Jokes/Virus warnings to the list will be removed.

-Anyone falsifying a job posting will be removed.


Thanks,
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Possible work

Bob Brandon <bbrandon@...>
 

IMAC is going to be doing quite a few Phase III's in North Dakota soon. I
don't know if they have filled out their crews yet, but if the area
interests you, you might check it out.

Hemisphere Field Services (d.b.a. IMAC)
2635 4th St. SE Minneapolis MN, 55414
(612) 623-0299
fax (612)379-8439
Bob

East Coast/Ohio work

R. Joe Brandon <rjoe@...>
 

From Kris Hirst's page http://archaeology.about.com/. I may have posted
something from this co. already.

Date: Fri, 14 May 1999
From: HLines1@...
Subject: Archaeological Fieldwork Opportunity (CRM), Paid

Dear Sir/Madam:

I would like to add to the fieldwork web page postings. Hardlines: Design &
Delineation is seeking qualified field technicians for several cultural
resource management projects in the Eastern United States. Regionally,
projects include work in Louisiana, Ohio, and Illinois. Timing for this work
is the summer of 1999. These are not fieldschool projects.

Interested applicants should send or fax their curriculum vitae to the
address/number below (e-mail is not acceptable). Verification of this
opportunity may be accomplished via e-mail or voice.

Sincerely,

Andrew

Andrew Mickelson
Principle Investigating Archaeologist
Hardlines: Design & Delineation
4608 Indianola Avenue
Columbus, OH 43214

Tel: (614) 784-8733
Fax: (614) 784-9336
E-mail: HLines1@...

Texas field jobs/Delaware field and lab jobs

R. Joe Brandon <rjoe@...>
 

Found these by accident on http://www.headhunter.net/

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Company: Wendy Lopez & Associates, Inc.
Email: wendylopez@...
Apply Online: Click here to send your rsum
Name: Susan Coatney
Phone: 214/741-7777
Fax: 214/741-9413
Contact Type: Employer/Company


Description: Conduct pedestrian survey and shovel testing where needed to
identify cultural resources; record sites located during survey; conduct
test excavations for Phase II project.
Requirements: BA in Anthropology, Archaeology, or closely-related field.
Must understand and carry out basic archaeological fieldwork, including
survey, excavation, site recording, profiling, completing field forms,
etc. Archaeology field school or two years archaeological field
experience. Should have ability to work outdoors in a variety of
conditions. Must provide minimum basic equipment (trowel, metric tape,
clipboard). Southern Plains archaeological experience a plus.
Required Education: 4 Year Degree
Required Experience: At Least 1 Year
Required Travel: Road Warrior
Job Type: Employee-Part Time
Location: US-TX-NW Texas/SW Oklahoma
Relocation Covered: No
Compensation
Base Pay: $11.48 - $15.00/Year
Contact
Company: Wendy Lopez & Associates, Inc.

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Company: Parsons Engineering Science,
Email: Phenix_hall@...
Name: PHparsons
Phone: 703/934-2332
Fax: 703/591-1305
Contact Type: Job Seeker
Reference ID: ARCH0599MP

Description: Temporary Archaeology Technicians needed in the Mid-Atlantic
region. Should have a minimum of 1 year of experience.
Requirements: BA in Anthropology or closely related field
Required Education: 4 Year Degree
Required Experience: At Least 1 Year
Required Travel: Up to 25%
Job Type: Employee-Full Time
Location: US-DE-Dover
Relocation Covered: No
Compensation
Base Pay: $15,808 - $22,424/Year
Other: benefits +stock options
Contact
Company: Parsons Engineering Science,

Description: Seeking a Lab Director who can direct cultural reosurces lab
in Delaware.
Requirements: Should have 205 years of experience in cataloging historic
and prehistoric artifacts
Required Education: None
Required Experience: At Least 1 Year
Required Travel: Up to 25%
Job Type: Employee-Full Time
Location: US-DE-Dover
Relocation Covered: No
Compensation
Base Pay: $15,808 - $25,000/Year
Contact
Company: Parsons Engineering Science,


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