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Position Announcement: Administrative Coordinator (CRM)

Ecoscience, Inc. <ecoscnc@...>
 

POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT: ADMINISTRATIVE COORDINATOR,
DIVISION OF ARCHAEOLOGY

Ecoscience, Inc., a contract firm conducting all phases of Cultural
Resource Management projects throughout the Northeastern and the Middle
Atlantic regions of North America, has an immediate opening for an
administrative coordinator with an archaeology background. Position
responsibilities include:

Project tracking
Agency/client liaison
Maintaining project and division budgets
Report editing
Data entry

This position requires an individual with strong organizational skills and
word processing/database management experience. Work weeks are five
day/forty hour; position is salaried with benefits. 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: Senior Archaeologist/PI

Ecoscience, Inc. <ecoscnc@...>
 

POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT: SENIOR ARCHAEOLOGIST/PRINCIPAL INVESTIGATOR

Ecoscience, Inc.'s Archaeology Division has an immediate opening for a
Senior Archaeologist with a prehistoric archaeology background.
Ecoscience, Inc. conducts all phases of Cultural Resource Management
projects throughout Northeastern North America and the Middle Atlantic. We
are looking for an individual with strong archaeological 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 have
substantial report writing experience and be able to prepare detailed
interpretations of historic and prehistoric artifacts for inclusion in
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


Tennessee work

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
R. Joe Brandon
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Immediate field work

R. Joe Brandon <rjoe@...>
 

This came in from Histarch - apologies for cross posting -- FYI they
suggest sending vitas via e-mail. my $.02 is that if you are doing this
either cut and paste you vita into your e-mail (loosing all
formating), or if you insist on format send it in RTF (the nearly
universally supported Rich Text Format, one step up from Ascii).
Attachments are the curse of transfering files :)

Subject: IMMEDIATE FIELD ARCHAEOLOGIST OPENINGS


PAL , a private, non-profit cultural resource management and historic
preservation planning consulting firm, has immediate openings for field
archaeologists. Qualified applicants must possess: an undergraduate degree
in Anthropology or Archaeology: experience: and a willingness to travel.
Competitive pay including paid holidays.

----These positions are immediate- send resume to PAL via fax or email

PAL, Pawtucket, RI

email-DCCPAL@...
fax-401-728-8784


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Tombigbee GS9/11 Permanent

R. Joe Brandon <rjoe@...>
 

"The Tombigbee Ranger District is currently seeking someone for an
archaeologist GS-09/11 permanent position. This assignment will be part
of the Planning Team for the district and is responsible for all
archaeology activities on the district including maintaining the district
data base, collecting and analyzing data on all district activities,
developing maps for inventorying and monitoring purposes, working with
the NEPA coordinator with environmental analysis, and ensuring curation
of all artifacts on the district. Established contacts with Mississippi
State University, Cobb Institute will be a critical role for this
position as well as conducting P.I.T. projects, working with local groups
interested in heritage resources, special projects, hiring and
supervising summer students, challenge cost share opportunities and
contracts. This position will be under the immediate supervision of the
Supervisory Planning Team Leader. This position will also be advertised
through demo authority."


"This district is comprised of 66,000 acres of pine, pine/hardwood, and
hardwood forest. We manage lands in Oktibbeha, Winston, Choctaw,
Chickasaw and Pontotoc counties. Our district budget is roughly $1.2
million for 18 PFT positions and 22 SCSEP enrollees. Program of work
includes management of two of the most visited Forest Service Recreation
areas on the National Forests in Mississippi, Choctaw and Davis Lake
Recreation Areas. We have hiking, horse and ATV trails and are in the
process of building a mountain bike trail. We have a timber target of
22,000 CCF. There are two research natural areas, and several botanical
study areas. There are two wildlife management areas operated within the
forest boundaries. Our fire program consists of approximately 10,000
acres of prescribed burning, with smoke jumper detailers assisting us for
one month during the winter. We have an active summer student program
which involves students from several colleges and universities within
Mississippi. We timber target of 22,000 CCF. There are two research
natural areas, and several botanical study areas. There are two wildlife
management areas operated within the forest boundaries. Our fire program
consists of approximately 10,000 acres of prescribed burning, with smoke
jumper detailers assisting us for one month during the winter. We have
an active summer student program which involves students from several
colleges and universities within Mississippi. We have a tremendous
number of partnerships with local organizations and numerous ongoing
field studies being conducted by Mississippi State University faculty and
students."


"The program growth potential for the Tombigbee Ranger District is
enormous. The Trace Unit is bisected by the Natchez Trace Scenic Parkway
and is only 17 miles from Tupelo, Mississippi (the birth place of Elvis
Presley). Tupelo, Houston and Starkville are all expanding communities
due to large industries moving into the area. Ackerman is also expected
to grow because of a lignite m
Houston and Starkville are all expanding communities due to large
industries moving into the area. Ackerman is also expected to grow
because of a lignite mining operation that has located just outside of
town. The Tombigbee Ranger District is within a two hour drive of over
two million people. It is becoming challenging for the district to meet
demands for recreation, special uses, fisheries and wildlife. The
district is home to numerous locally rare plants and animals along with
several threatened and endangered species."


"Ackerman's current population is approximately 1,800. For potential
college students, Choctaw County has a program called the Sumners Grant,
where residents of Choctaw County (Ackerman is within the county) are
eligible for monies to attend college. This trust fund currently has
$35,000,000. The amount of the grant varies from year to depending on
the income from the trust and the number of students enrolled. School
systems in both Ackerman and Starkville are highly rated within the
state. There are both private and public schools in Starkville and
Louisville. Vo-tech centers are also available at most commuting
locations. There is one day-care facility in Ackerman. There are
several facilities to choose from in Starkville. There is no Forest
Service day-care available at the Ackerman office. There is also no
Forest Service housing. House prices within the commuting area generally
run a wide range, with the majority being from $80,000 to $120,000. A
large variety of religious denomin ations can be found within the
commuting area as well. There are hospitals and physician services in
the local area, with a large complex located at Starkville and Columbus.
Chamber of Commerce information is also available at the following:
Ackerman:662-285-3778, Starkville 662-323-5783, Louisville 662-773-3921.
You may also located these via web sites."


"For further information, contact John Baswell, District Ranger at
(662)-285-3264 or Supervisory Planning Team Leader, Kris Godwin at ext. 15."

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Re: Tennessee work

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Joe, please remove me from the shovelbums list. Thank you.

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Re: Tennessee work

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This message came to me in error.
i am not joe.

radigan neuhalfen wrote:


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Joe, please remove me from the shovelbums list. Thank you.

Radigan Neuhalfen

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Job Postings: Peabody Museum, Harvard University

David K. Schafer <dschafer@...>
 

PEABODY MUSEUM OF ARCHAEOLOGY AND ETHNOLOGY

HARVARD UNIVERSITY


We are currently searching for candidates for the following positions:



1. Temporary Curatorial Assistant in Archaeology - Requisition Number 1016


Duties & Responsibilities:

Assists in the compilation and organization of information pertaining
to human remains and associated funerary objects from the Southeastern
United States. Assists in correspondence with Southeastern tribes.
Assists with inventory production of modern/historic remains, including
data entry, library research, and state archaeological contacts. Drafts
reports of inventory completion. Keeps tracking system/correspondence
records of tribal files up to date. Other work as required, including
internal and external requests for information.


Required Education, Experience, Skills:

B.A. with major in anthropology or archaeology; familiarity with
artifact types, basic culture histories and geography of Southeast
preferred. 3-5 years experience in archaeology/museum work, Southeast
specialization. Ability to collect archaeological and ethnohistoric
information from a wide variety of sources, and attention to detail
must be demonstrated. Experience with inventory production under NAGPRA
preferable. Excellent computer skills, knowledge of relational
databases essential. This is a one-year position.



2. Temporary Curatorial Assistant in Archaeology - Requisition Number
1023


Duties & Responsibilities:

Assists in the compilation and organization of information pertaining
to human remains and associated funerary objects from the Midwestern
United States. Assists in correspondence with Southeastern tribes.
Assists with inventory production of modern/historic remains, including
data entry, library research, and state archaeological contacts. Drafts
reports of inventory completion. Keeps tracking system/correspondence
records of tribal files up to date. Other work as required, including
internal and external requests for information.


Required Education, Experience, Skills:

B.A. with major in anthropology or archaeology; familiarity with
artifact types, basic culture histories and geography of Midwest
preferred. 3-5 years experience in archaeology/museum work, Midwest
specialization. Ability to collect archaeological and ethnohistoric
information from a wide variety of sources, and attention to detail
must be demonstrated. Experience with inventory production under NAGPRA
preferable. Excellent computer skills, knowledge of relational
databases essential. This is a one-year position.



3. Osteologist - Requisition Number 1008


Duties & Responsibilities:

Provides an osteological assessment of human remains from diverse
regions within the United States. Provides an element by element
account for human remains as well as an assessment of sex, age,
biological affinity, and any other relevant biological attributes for
each individual to assist the museum in efforts to comply with the
Native American Graves Protection and Repatriation Act. Enters
collected osteological data into a relational database and edits
osteological records. Prepares summary reports. Works with museum
archaeologists and participates in consultations with Native American
groups

concerning human remains. Assists with visiting researchers as
required.


Required Education, Experience, Skills:

Master's or equivalent degree in physical anthropology or related field
preferred and at least one year of osteological experience. Ability to
assess biological affinity of human remains essential. Knowledge of
common North American mammalian fauna a plus. Previous experience with
large computer databases helpful. Must have effective and sensitive
oral and written communication skills and be able to work closely with
others in a laboratory environment. This is aone-year position.



4 and 5. Archaeological Cataloguer - two positions - Requisition
Numbers 1047 and 1048


Duties & Responsibilities:

Performs tasks necessary to complete the physical inventory of the
archaeological collections from North America. Inventories and labels
uncatalogued artifacts. Performs object-related database entry.
Reorganizes collections in storage, including any necessary rehousing.
Performs clerical functions connected with the physical inventory of
objects. Assists the Catalogue Verifier and performs related research
as required. Performs related duties as required.


Required Education, Experience, Skills:

B.A. in anthropology preferred, with emphasis in North American
archaeology. Familiarity with museum cataloguing procedures and
inventory methods and/or laboratory processing of artifacts required.
Ability to maintain high and constant descriptive standards of
archaeological collections required. Knowledge of relational database
software highly preferred. Ability to handle fragile, irreplaceable
objects in keeping with museum standards. Archaeological experience
preferred.



6 and 7. Catalogue Verifier - two positions - Requisition Numbers 1049
and 1050


Duties and Responsibilities:

Performs tasks necessary to complete the electronic catalogue of the
archaeological collections from North America. Verifies and researchs
information in the museum database by reviewing pertinent documentation
such as ledger entries, accession records, archives, and published
sources. Enters data and corrections into museum database. Researches
and resolves problematic data on a case-to-case basis. Performs
clerical functions connected with the creation and maintenance of the
catalogue. Assists the Archaeological Cataloguer as required. Performs
other duties as required.


Required Education, Experience, Skills:

B.A. in anthropology or related field preferred, familiarity with North
American archaeology helpful. Knowledge of museum collections
management systems and relational databases highly preferred.
Familiarity with museum cataloguing procedures and descriptive
standards for museum object collections preferred. Ability to work
independently and with large amounts of data accurately required.


If you are interested in any of these positions, please send a cover
letter, resume, and the names of three referees to Rebecca Chetham,
Peabody Museum, 11 Divinity Avenue, Cambridge, MA 02138 and a copy of
your cover letter and resume to Harvard University, Resume Processing
Center, Requisition Number ___, 11 Holyoke Street, Cambridge, MA
02138.

Rebecca Chetham
Director of Administrative and Financial Affairs
Peabody Museum
Harvard University
11 Divinity Avenue
Cambridge, MA 02138
(617) 496-1080
(617) 495-7535 (fax)



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David K. Schafer
Curatorial Assistant for Archaeology
Peabody Museum of Archaeology and Ethnology, Harvard University
11 Divinity Avenue, Cambridge, MA 02138
617/496-3702 (f)617/495-7535 dschafer@...


May archaeology jobs

R. Joe Brandon <rjoe@...>
 

Hey shovelbums,

This is the summary of all jobs that came through the shovelbums
list for May. If you are not already using it, and if your mailbox has
too many messages as it is, don't forget you can send the message

shovelbums-digest@...

to switch you account status to digest mode.

If you are going into the field for the summer and do not want your
mailbox getting cluttered then log onto http://www.onelist.com and set
your account status to "no mail", instead of unsubscribing. This way you
can still access the archives at your discretion but will not receive
e-mail from the list. When you return, just log back on and switch your
account to "mail". I have a request into onelist to have this feature be
availble by e-mail but it is not enabled yet.

If you are new to the field business and the jobs listed below do not fit
into your region then I encourage you to make use of Kris Hirst's
excellent resources availible at:

http://www.archaeology.about.com/msubjobs.htm?pid=2826&cob=home

Thanks for spreading the word about this list and to the professors who
are subscribe to keep their students informed. The list size is slowly
growing, at last count we had 280 company reps, professors, and
shovelubums. The signups leveled off when I had to start
working on finals and my thesis and was only able to advertise the list
to about half the universities in the country, hence the regional
variation in job postings :) If you are in the field or at school I
encourage you to post this list and show your
webless friends how they can setup an e-mail account at any of those free
services such as Yahoo/Juno/Hotmail and sign up to find out where the
jobs are!

As always shovelbums@... is a postings only list. Please send
any questions or comments to me personally at shovelbum_rjoe@...
but not to the list (note the iname.com not onelist.com address, this
will be rectified when I get the shovelbums domain set up).

I would also like to hear from those of you who have A: found jobs
through the list, or B: found employees through this list.

The June issue of work listing summaries will not be out until mid-July
as I have to go to Ecuador for some geophysical work at the end of the
month and get some page proofs back to my editor.

Now onto the jobs! Please print and post where possible.


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JOB ANNOUNCEMENT

Louis Berger & Associates, Inc. (Berger), is actively seeking field crew
members for various projects in the Midwest and Eastern United States.
Berger has immediate openings on projects in Iowa, Pennsylvania,
Washington, DC, and Virginia. A B.A. degree in Anthropology or related
field is required.

Please submit cover letter, resume, and references to:

Lauri Chappell
Crew Coordinator
Louis Berger & Associates, Inc.
950 50th Street
Marion, IA 52302
(319) 373-3043 - phone
(319) 373-3045 - fax


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Field Archeologists and Field Directors

R. Christopher Goodwin & Associates, Inc., announces immediate
openings for Field Archeologists and Field Directors at its New Orleans,
Louisiana office. Applicants for the Field Director position must
possess a M.A.n Anthropology, have completed an archeological field
school, and served in a similar capacity for two or more years. Field
Archeologists must possess a B.A. in Anthropology and have completed an
archeological field school or demonstrate equivalent experience.

These are temporary salaried positions with the possibility of
becoming permanent positions. Benefits packages (including paid
holidays, vacation, and sick leave; health, dental, and life insurance;
and a liberal 401(K) plan) will vary depending upon the duration of
employment. Salaries are highly competitive and commensurate with
educational and professional experience.


Assistant Project Managers and Project Managers

R. Christopher Goodwin & Associates, Inc., announces immediate
openings for Assistant Project Managers and Project Managers at its New
Orleans, Louisiana office. Applicants for these positions must possess a
M.A. in Anthropology, have completed an archeological field school, and
served in a similar capacity for two or more years.

These are full time, salaried, professional positions and come
with a full benefits package (paid holidays, vacation, and sick leave;
health, dental, and life insurance; and a liberal 401(K) plan). Salaries
are highly competitive and commensurate with educational and professional
experience.

For more information, please send a resume and salary
requirements to:
Ms. Tracie Eiserloh

R. Christopher Goodwin & Associates, Inc.
Attn: Personnel Department
5824 Plauche Street
New Orleans, LA 70123

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From a dept mailing.
Dr. Tim Klinger, Historic Preservation, 1-501-521-3779, is hiring office
help. If you are interested please call him.



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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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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.




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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


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.

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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

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Effigy Mounds National Monument in eastern Iowa, on the
Mississippi, is recruiting for a cultural resources specialist trainee,
and would like to reach Native American candidates with some background
in anthropology, architecture, archives, museum studies, ethnography,
archeology, etc. The recipients of this message are a relatively
random list of people for whom I have e-mail addresses, and I ask that
you pass the information along to anyone you think might be interested
in this position. Kate Miller is the Superintendent at Effigy Mounds
and I think any student would benefit from working with her and her
staff.

No contact information provided. Great park and staff though!

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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


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

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

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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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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

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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@...

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POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT: ADMINISTRATIVE COORDINATOR,
DIVISION OF ARCHAEOLOGY

Ecoscience, Inc., a contract firm conducting all phases of Cultural
Resource Management projects throughout the Northeastern and the Middle
Atlantic regions of North America, has an immediate opening for an
administrative coordinator with an archaeology background. Position
responsibilities include:

Project tracking
Agency/client liaison
Maintaining project and division budgets
Report editing
Data entry

This position requires an individual with strong organizational skills
and word processing/database management experience. Work weeks are five
day/forty hour; position is salaried with benefits. 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


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POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT: SENIOR ARCHAEOLOGIST/PRINCIPAL INVESTIGATOR

Ecoscience, Inc.'s Archaeology Division has an immediate opening for a
Senior Archaeologist with a prehistoric archaeology background.
Ecoscience, Inc. conducts all phases of Cultural Resource Management
projects throughout Northeastern North America and the Middle Atlantic.
We are looking for an individual with strong archaeological 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 have substantial report writing experience and be able to
prepare detailed interpretations of historic and prehistoric artifacts
for inclusion in 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

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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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Subject: IMMEDIATE FIELD ARCHAEOLOGIST OPENINGS


PAL , a private, non-profit cultural resource management and historic
preservation planning consulting firm, has immediate openings for field
archaeologists. Qualified applicants must possess: an undergraduate
degree in Anthropology or Archaeology: experience: and a willingness to
travel. Competitive pay including paid holidays.

----These positions are immediate- send resume to PAL via fax or email

PAL, Pawtucket, RI

email-DCCPAL@...
fax-401-728-8784


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"The Tombigbee Ranger District is currently seeking someone for an
archaeologist GS-09/11 permanent position. This assignment will be part
of the Planning Team for the district and is responsible for all
archaeology activities on the district including maintaining the district
data base, collecting and analyzing data on all district activities,
developing maps for inventorying and monitoring purposes, working with
the NEPA coordinator with environmental analysis, and ensuring curation
of all artifacts on the district. Established contacts with Mississippi
State University, Cobb Institute will be a critical role for this
position as well as conducting P.I.T. projects, working with local groups
interested in heritage resources, special projects, hiring and
supervising summer students, challenge cost share opportunities and
contracts. This position will be under the immediate supervision of the
Supervisory Planning Team Leader. This position will also be
advertised through demo authority."


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Related jobs etc...but not field work per-se
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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


The National Center for Preservation Technology and Training has an opening
for a computer specialist with a cultural resources background. The major
duties are to assist NCPTT's Information Management Coordinator in managing
the PTTInternet program and PTTGrants program projects; assist in
coordinating the continued development and enhancement of NCPTT's World Wide
Web site and other Internet applications; update and maintain NCPTT's Web
site and content; and help to identify, collect, write, edit, and review
material intended for the Internet in order to ensure accuracy and relevance
and to maintain a consistent NCPTT Web style and graphic design.

The full announcement is available at
http://www.usajobs.opm.gov/wfjic/jobs/IE4563.HTM. This is a National Park
Service Term position, not to exceed four years. It's a GS-9 and the closing
date is 6/25/99.

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@... http://www.ncptt.nps.gov

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FYI Kris Hirst's excellent arhcaeology resource has moved to

http://archaeology.about.com

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Pennslyvania jobs

R. Joe Brandon <rjoe@...>
 

Apologies for cross posting, this came off of ACRA-L


Date: Wed, 02 Jun 1999 11:22:18 -0400
From: Beverly Chiarulli <bevc@...>
To: Multiple recipients of list <acra-l@...>
Subject: Job Opportunity
Message-ID: <02f601bead0b$b3af2cc0$a9e45090@bevc>

Please note these job opportunities. Thanks for your
consideration. Bev Chiarulli

NINE POSITIONS

HISTORIC PRESERVATION SPECIALISTS
Archaeology and Architectural History
PENNSYLVANIA DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORTATION

GRANT FUNDED PROGRAM COORDINATORS
Archaeology and Architectural History
INDIANA UNIVERSITY OF PENNSYLVANIA

The Pennsylvania Department of Transportation (PennDOT) and Indiana
University of Pennsylvania (IUP) have entered into a unique partnership to
provide PennDOT with an expert staff of cultural resource professionals.
The two agencies will hire four (4) archaeologists and four (4)
architectural historians to be District Cultural Resource Officers.
Individuals in these positions will have an unparalleled opportunities and
responsibilities to shape the direction and performance of cultural resource
investigations conducted on the Department's $1.5 billion annual design and
construction program. The ninth position will join the Bureau for
Environmental Quality team in its ongoing re-engineering effort and to
support the Cultural Resource Roundtable which consists of all of PennDOT's
cultural resource professionals.

The eleven PennDot Engineering Districts have been grouped into five service
regions. Each region will have a team comprised of an archaeologist and
architectural historian. The team will guide the Section 106 process
starting early in project design, work holistically on all cultural resource
issues related to a project, and participate interactively with a design
team of project engineers, designers, and environmental specialists.
Greater Pittsburgh Region consists of Districts 1-0 (Franklin) and 11-0
(Pittsburgh). Southwest Region consists of Districts 9-0 (Hollidaysburg,
near Altoona), 10-0 (Indiana), and 12-0 (Uniontown). Northcentral Region
consists of Districts 2-0 (Clearfield), District 3-0 (Montoursville (near
Williamsport), and District 4-0 (Dunmore, near Scranton). Southeast Region
consists of Districts 5-0 (Allentown) and 8-0 (Harrisburg). Greater
Philadelphia Region consists of District 6-0 (Saint Davids, west of
Philadelphia).

All candidates must meet the professional qualification standards in
Architectural History or Archaeology defined in the Secretary of Interior's
Standards. Candidates must have knowledge and understanding of Section 106
of the National Historic Preservation Act.

In order to maintain maximum flexibility in staffing, positions will be
filled sequentially. This means that there will be more choices for the
first candidates selected and fewer choices for the last candidates.

PennDot Positions:

Two archaeologists - one in Greater Pittsburgh Region based in District 1-0;
one in Northcentral or Southeast Region, based in District 2-0, 5-0, or 8-0.
Two architectural historians - one in Greater Philadelphia Region, based in
District 6-0; one in Northcentral or Southeast Region, based in District
3-0, 5-0, or 8-0.

IUP Positions:

Two archaeologists - one in the Southwest region, based in District 9-0,
10-0, or 11-0; one in the Northcentral or Southeast Region, based in
District 2-0, 5-0, or 8-0. Two architectural historians - one in the
Southwest region, based in District 9-0, 10-0, or 11-0; one in Northcentral
or Southeast Region, based in District 3-0, 5-0, or 8-0. One cultural
resource specialist (archaeologist or architectural historian), based in
Central Office.

Please note that although job duties are nearly identical and that all
positions are considered State of Pennsylvania employment, the employer will
be either PennDOT or IUP with minor differences in conditions of employment.
The Interagency Agreement between IUP and PennDOT last for 3 years. At the
end of the Agreement, in the Year 2002, PennDOT will add five additional
positions; individuals working for IUP will be encouraged to apply for these
additional positions.

The salary range starts around $33,000. There is an excellent benefit
package including paid life and medical insurance, dental and vision care
programs, annual and sick leaves, and a retirement plan.

These are Non-Civil Service positions. Vacancies are currently and will
continue to be open until all vacancies are filled. IUP will begin
interviews after June 15, 1999. To express interest, please contact either
Dr. Ira Beckerman, PennDOT Cultural Resource Group Leader, at (717) 772-0830
(e-mail: beckerman@...), or Dr. Beverly Chiarulli, IUP
Archaeological Services, at 724-357-7623 (e-mail: bevc@...).
Please note that applications will need to be made to either PennDOT, IUP,
or both, and that applications to one agency are not necessarily
transferable to the other. There has been no closing date established for
these positions as of this announcement. However, it is the goal of PennDOT
and IUP to fill these positions as soon as possible.


THE COMMONWEALTH IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER





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Re: unsubscribe

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beats me i get them to

hedge

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Why do I keep getting everyone's "unsubscribe" requests?
Can anybody tell me?
Clare


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Dear Steve Pritchett:

Re Gettysburg mixup....

Pritchett's Charge, maybe?

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Historian position near Philly

R.Joe Brandon <rjoe_brandon@...>
 

This was on ACRA-L


Cultural Heritage Research Services, Inc. (CHRS) has an immediate opening
for a full-time historian. CHRS is a private historic preservation and
archaeology consulting firm headquartered 15 miles northwest of
Philadelphia, with over 18 years of experience working on a variety of
projects in the mid-Atlantic region. The position entails working closely
with and supporting the investigations of CHRSs preservationists and
archaeologists. Applicants should possess a demonstrated ability and
desire to conduct site-specific historic research, and to translate that
research into clear, readable narrative. Because the position is writing
intensive, applicants asked for interviews will be expected to submit
writing samples. Applicants should have an M.A. in public history, art
history, architectural history, American studies, historic preservation,
anthropology, folklore, or a related field; or a B.A. in one of these
fields is addition to relevant experience in historical research and/or
historic preservation. For more information, contact Phil Ruth, Director
of Research, at 215-699-8006 or by e-mail at pruth@.... Otherwise,
you may submit a letter of interest and resume to:

Phil Ruth
Director of Research
CHRS, Inc.
403 East Walnut Street
North Wales, PA 19454
fax (215) 699-8906
e-mail pruth@....

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Field work - Missouri

R.Joe Brandon <rjoe_brandon@...>
 

Another job from ACRA-L.


the Mark Twain National Forest is in the process of hiring an
archaeological
technician (GS 5/6/7) to be based in Potosi, MO, which is 60 miles south
of
St. Louis. Attached below are some parts from the job announcement.
The
entire announcement should be posted tomorrow on the web at
http://www.usajobs.opm.gov. If anyone has any questions, feel free to
e-mail me or call myself or Gary Blair (the supervisor) at 573-438-5427.

James Wettstaed
Archaeologist, Mark Twain National Forest

"any opinions expressed are my own and do not reflect those of my
employer
etc..."


ANNOUNCEMENT NO. MT-04-99D

RECRUITMENT BULLETIN
FOR
PERMANENT JOB OPPORTUNITY

USDA, Forest Service
Mark Twain National Forest
Western Operations Center - Personnel
Hot Springs, Arkansas

TITLE OF POSITION Archeological Technician

SERIES AND GRADE GS-0102-05/06/07
ENTRANCE SALARY GS-05 - $21,797 per annum
GS-06 - $24,295 per annum
GS-07 - $26,998 per annum

DUTY LOCATION Mark Twain National Forest, Potosi/Fredricktown
Ranger
District, Potosi, Missouri

NUMBER OF VACANCIES One
AREA OF CONSIDERATION General Public
TYPE OF APPOINTMENT Permanent Career-Conditional
TOUR OF DUTY Full Time (80 hours per biweekly pay period)
OPENING DATE June 8, 1999
CLOSING DATE June 21 , 1999 - Applications must be
postmarked
on
or before the closing date to be accepted.


MAJOR DUTIES OF THE POSITION: Provides support in inventory and
management
of
the cultural resources on the unit. Plans and prioritizes inventory
schedule
of project-related survey areas. Performs on-the-ground area searches
for
surface and subsurface evidence of historic and prehistoric
archeological
remains. Identifies and records cultural resource sites and prepares
site
location maps. Researches reference materials and interviews source
individuals concerning project areas. Compiles and prepares input for
cultural resources management reports. Insures that work assignments
are
carried out in a safe, timely manner, and reviews work in progress to
ensure
that standards are being met.

QUALIFICATIONS: Candidates must meet qualification requirements
specified
in
the Office of Personnel Management's Qualification Standards Operating
Manual
for the GS-0102 series:
GS-05: One year specialized experience equivalent to at least the
GS-04
grade
level in the federal service which equipped the applicant with the
particular
knowledge, skills, and abilities to perform successfully the duties of
the
position and that is typically in or related to the work of the
position
to
be
filled;
OR, successful completion of a full four-year course of study above
high
school leading to a bachelor's degree.
GS-06: One year specialized experience equivalent to at least the
GS-05
grade
level in the federal service.
GS-07: One year specialized experience equivalent to at least the
GS-06
grade
level in the federal service.

Education may be substituted for experience as specified in the
Qualifications
Standards which may be seen in any Federal government personnel office.



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AIA LIST DIGEST Jobs 98-99-s-258

Debscratch@...
 


removal

"Katleen Vandenbranden" <Katleen.Vandenbranden@...
 

Dear Joe,

Since there aren't jobs for archaeologists in Europe on your list, I think
it's for the best if you just remove me !

Good luck,

Katleen.


book review editor...

Debscratch@...
 

this was on ACRA-L:


African-American Archaeology, a quarterly newsletter, seeks a book review
editor. Please feel free to forward.

This individual will be responsible for soliciting materials for review,
making
review assignments, and editing reviews. The goal is the inclusion of at
least
one full-length review in each issue of A-A A.

Applicants should have solid knowledge of African-American archaeology and
history and experience in the preparation of reviews and other scholarly
manuscripts. Ability to communicate via email and transfer files over the
Internet is critical.

Anyone interested should contact John P. McCarthy, editor/publisher of A-A A
at
either "jmccarthy@..." or "johnpmccarthy@..." ASAP. Please,
do
not submit resumes or writing samples as part of initial inquiries.


Iowa Work

R. Joe Brandon <rjoe_brandon@...>
 

Two announcements:

1 - This came in a few days ago from Lauri Chappell (lchap@...) at
Berger. I was on the road hence the delay for getting this out.

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Berger currently has crew positions open immediately in Iowa.
Applicants must have a BA degree in Anthro or a related field and a
field school to qualify. We offer benefits to our crew members!!
Please pass the word along that we have positions available for
extended periods. I can be reached at 319/373-3045. Interested
crew members should fax their resume to me at 319/373-7566.
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2 - Shovelbums now has over 300 subscribers, with a fair number of these
from overseas, primarily Europe and Australia. However these users have
commented that the only job postings being broadcast on here are for US
work. I would like to request that any subscribers who are aware of CRM
type firms in other countries send a note to me at:

rjoe_brandon@...

and let me know how to contact these firms so that they can use this medium
to advertise jobs. Or if you are related to one of these firms if you
could spread the word and help expand the international job postings on
shovelbums.

Thanks.

R. Joe Brandon


Error in Posting for Berger Crew Work in Iowa

R. Joe Brandon <rjoe_brandon@...>
 

FYI regarding the phone number for Iowa work.

From: "Lauri Chappell" <lchap@...>
Organization: Louis Berger & Associates, Inc.
To: rjoe_brandon@...
Date: Thu, 17 Jun 1999 08:30:41 -0500
MIME-Version: 1.0
Subject: Error in Posting for Berger Crew Work in Iowa
X-Confirm-Reading-To: "Lauri Chappell" <lchap@...>
X-pmrqc: 1
Priority: normal

The telephone number for crew to contact me at the Iowa Berger
office is 319/373-3043. There was a typo in the original posting.
We still have a few positions available for Iowa work. Anyone
interested should call as soon as possible.