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Archaeologist: Southern California

Audrey Wheeler
 

Archaeologist

ECORP Consulting, Inc. is currently accepting applications for a full-time archaeologist for projects in southern California. Responsibilities largely include construction monitoring, but may also include pedestrian survey, site mapping and recording, excavation, and other duties as assigned. Minimum requirements include a Bachelor of Arts or Bachelor of Science degree in Anthropology or other closely related field, successful completion of an archaeological field school or field methods course at an accredited university in the United States, and at least 1 year of full-time professional experience. The position will be based in our San Diego office. Regional travel is required, mostly within Southern California. Registered Professional Archaeologists (or ability to become certified as such upon hire) are preferred. Competitive wages are based on level of education, relevant experience, and quality of references. ECORP offers an excellent benefits package. If interested, submit resume, work history, wage requirements, and a minimum of two references to jobs@.... ECORP Consulting is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

 

 

Audrey Wheeler,  SHRM-CP, PHR

Human Resources Manager

 

Federal Small Business (SB)

California Small Business for Public Works (SB-PW)

 

2525 Warren Drive, Rocklin, CA  95677

Ph: 916.782.9100 Fax: 916.782.5323

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Director of the Center for Archaeological Research (CAR) - University of Texas at San Antonio

Raymond Mauldin
 

 

 

 

The University of Texas at San Antonio seeks a dynamic leader to serve as Director of the Center for Archaeological Research (CAR). Established in 1974, CAR is an active archaeological contract facility, a state-accredited collections repository, a research unit within the Department of Anthropology, and a liaison with the local community in matters of cultural heritage (http://car.utsa.edu/index.html). CAR’s staff of 15 employees work at the University’s Main Campus in a facility with 12,500 square feet of lab, office, classroom, and curation space. CAR secures more than one million dollars in contracts annually and curates over 15 million items from the Pre-Columbian, colonial, and historic periods. CAR is housed in the College of Liberal and Fine Arts. The director is a staff member of the Department of Anthropology and reports to the department chair. Candidates must have an M.A. in Anthropology or a related field and a minimum of seven years of experience in cultural resource management or heritage administration. They must have experience in all phases of CRM, including bidding and contract acquisition, project design and implementation, personnel and budget management, and report writing.  Salary is commensurate with experience.

 

https://jobs.utsa.edu/postings/14860

 

 

 

 

Dr. Raymond Mauldin

Research Scientist Associate V

Interim Director- Center for Archaeological Research

One UTSA Circle

San Antonio, Texas-78249

http://car.utsa.edu/CARResearch/PaleoResearch.html

https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Raymond_Mauldin

http://utsa.academia.edu/raymondmauldin

210-458-4395

 

SWCA - Archaeological Field Technician - Salt Lake City, UT

Kelsey Byers
 

 

 

 

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Please apply via our site at: https://careers-swca.icims.com/jobs/10893/archaeological-field-technician/job

Archaeological Field Technician
Location: Salt Lake City, UT

 

We are expanding our Salt Lake City-based Cultural Resources (CR) field execution team and are looking for motivated individuals to assist in the highest-quality project work by collecting thorough and accurate cultural resources data. SWCA Environmental Consultants is an employee-owned firm, providing a full spectrum of environmental services. The Salt Lake City CR team conducts high-quality fieldwork throughout the Intermountain West in a variety of environments and weather conditions. The work is demanding, exhausting, and rewarding. Fieldwork will require someone who is adaptable, level-headed, willing to learn, and has a good sense of humor.

 

So get in while the getting in is HOT, before the rush of the spring!

What you will accomplish

Your role will be to conduct archaeological fieldwork as a member of a survey crew. Some data recovery fieldwork may also occur depending on the field season. You will assist with mapping responsibilities in the field, including collection of GPS data. This is a field position requiring travel and extensive time away from home, often working long hours in a variety of environments and conditions (including high altitude, extreme temperatures, steep slopes, inclement weather, etc.). Work in the office or laboratory is expected to be minimal.

Experience and qualifications for success

  • A Bachelor’s Degree in anthropology, archaeology, or a closely related field preferred (however students working toward a Bachelor’s Degree in anthropology or archaeology are also encouraged to apply)
  • Archaeology field school or comparable experience highly preferred
  • Experience with a wide range of field methodologies including archaeological survey, testing, excavation, methodology, and monitoring for at least six (6) months is preferred
  • Ability to travel to a remote location, hike and conduct fieldwork for long hours, sometimes in inclement weather, often in rugged terrain at high altitudes, while carrying equipment and supplies weighing up to 40 pounds is required; a pace of at least 8 miles per day is expected
  • Knowledge of professional-grade GPS and tablet-based data applications is a plus
  • Current valid driver’s license and the ability to safely operate a 4wd vehicle on rugged, backcountry roads preferred
  • Comfortable driving large, diesel, pickup-trucks is ideal

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

 

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SWCA - Archaeological/Cultural Resources Crew Leader - Salt Lake City, UT

Kelsey Byers
 

 

 

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Archaeological/Cultural Resources Crew Leader

Location: Salt Lake City, UT

 

SWCA is expanding its archaeology field leadership team for the Salt Lake City based cultural resources (CR) program. We are looking for dynamic individuals to assist in delivering the highest-quality data to support multiple projects this field season. SWCA Environmental Consultants is a growing employee-owned firm, providing a full spectrum of environmental services. With offices across the United States, SWCA is one of the largest environmental compliance firms and ranks among Engineering News-Record’s Top 200 Environmental Firms.

 

The Salt Lake City CR team conducts high-level fieldwork throughout the intermountain west in all types of terrain and environments. The work is demanding, exhausting, and fulfilling. Our projects this year will require people who are flexible, fast learners, detail oriented but with the ability to see the big picture, team players, and have a positive attitude.

 

Your role will be to lead archaeological survey crews as part of a larger field execution team on project work. You should be able to work full-time while weather permits.

What you will accomplish

Your role will include:

  • Leading a crew while conducting archaeological fieldwork – primarily pedestrian survey, however there is the possibility of excavation depending on field season
  • Communicating with Field Directors, Project Managers, and GIS staff through regular status reports
  • Assisting with mapping responsibilities in the field including collection of GPS data using professional-grade devices
  • Working long hours (approximately 10 hours a day) with extensive time away from home
  • Minimal office and laboratory work
  • Walking at least 8 to 12 miles a day while carrying personal supplies weighing up to 40 pounds

Experience and qualifications for success

  • Minimum of a Bachelor’s Degree in Anthropology, Archaeology or a closely related field required
  • A minimum of two (2) years of experience with a wide range of field methodologies, especially archaeological survey and excavation, is required 
  • Previous field supervisory experience required
  • Previous experience recording archaeological sites is required, use of the Utah Archaeological Site Form or IMACS is preferred
  • Experience in the Great Basin and Colorado Plateau sufficient to be listed on federal and state cultural resource permits in Utah is required; adequate experience to be listed on permits in Nevada is preferred 
  • Ability to walk and conduct fieldwork for long hours, sometimes in inclement weather, often in rugged terrain at high altitudes, while also carrying personal equipment and supplies weighing up to 40 pounds is required. Crews walk a pace of 8 plus miles a day.
  • Knowledge of professional-grade GPS and tablet-based data applications is required
  • Strong outdoor skills including wayfinding, camping, first aid, basic survival training, etc. are preferred.
  • Current valid driver’s license and the ability to safely operate a 4wd vehicle on rugged, backcountry roads preferred

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

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SWCA: Cultural Resources Principal Investigator

Lynn Hoganson
 

 

To apply, please use this link to submit your application: https://careers-swca.icims.com/jobs/10852/cultural-resources-principal-investigator/job

 

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

Our Pasadena office is seeking a Cultural Resources Principal Investigator to support its growing practice. The ideal candidate will assist the Program Director, Team Lead, and Project Managers with project coordination and quality control for cultural resource management projects and expand SWCA’s professional reputation in archaeological and historical consulting and research. This is a regular, full-time salaried position and will report to the Program Director. Salary will be based on individual qualifications and experience.

What you will accomplish:

Responsibilities

  • Serve as primary author on large technical reports, research designs, and other technical documents.
  • Conduct content edits of technical reports and site forms.
  • Oversee all aspects of field research, data collection, inventory, analysis, and final report production, ensuring these tasks are conducted in accordance with the QA/QC plan.
  • Assist with training and mentoring of staff in topics including NRHP/CRHR eligibility, implementation of research designs, and site recording protocols.
  • Take initiative, resolve problems, and create improved procedures to ensure that tasks are completed in the most effective manner.
  • Comply with SWCA and client safety programs, and assist in the development of such programs.
  • Maintain good working relationships with state and federal agency contacts and clients.
  • Additional project management duties as needed: manage budgets, prepare proposals, interact with clients, and manage staff.

Job Requirements/Qualifications:

  • Minimum of a Master’s degree in Archaeology or Anthropology required; Ph.D. preferred
  • Minimum of five (5) years of supervisory and fieldwork experience required
  • Must demonstrate completion, at a PI level, of a minimum of one testing or data recovery excavation project (three or more projects a plus) involving primarily archaeological investigations and preparation of final reports consistent with the Secretary of the Interior’s Standards and Guidelines for Archeology and Historic Preservation. Projects shall have been performed under the jurisdiction of the National Historic Preservation Act or CEQA
  • Emphasis in California archaeology and a current technical specialization (i.e. lithic analysis, historical archaeology, GIS, architectural history, etc.)
  • Experience with NEPA, CEQA, and Section 106
  • Listed as a Registered Professional Archaeologist (or qualified for RPA status)
  • Past peer-reviewed publication record and conference presentation experience preferred
  • Experience with content edits of reports and a solid background of scheduling and budgeting of projects related to cultural resources
  • Ability to work independently as well as oversee small or large projects by working closely with Field Directors and Project Managers

 

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

 

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Senior Talent Acquisition Partner

SWCA Environmental Consultants
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Archaeological Field Director- CO

 

Job Opens: January 30, 2020

Job Closes: March 1, 2020

 

Archaeological Field Directors – Colorado

PaleoWest is a solution driven cultural resources consulting firm that prides itself on employing the best CRM professionals in the industry. Headquartered in Phoenix, Arizona, PaleoWest places an emphasis on supporting our clients’ needs, fostering new technologies that advance our industry while better protecting fragile cultural resources, and promoting professional development within the framework of innovation.

We are seeking applicants who are proficient in fieldwork and reporting, with extensive project experience throughout Colorado (Front Range, Mountains, and Southwest) the Northern Plains, and the Rocky Mountain West. Successful applicants will meet the Secretary of the Interior’s professional qualification standards and will have or be able to obtain current permits with a variety of public land managing agencies (e.g., BLM and USFS).

Duties and responsibilities include organizing and mobilizing field crews for projects across the state and in neighboring areas, including managing schedules, preparation of equipment and data for fieldwork, processing of fieldwork data (including site, isolate, and GIS data), and collaborating with the reporting team. Many projects are conducted as camping surveys in remote areas on the Western Slope of Colorado; therefore, demonstrated skills and experience in camping and hiking in adverse condition is preferred. The position requires working in the office and in the field, both alone and with a team, as needed. Also required are excellent writing skills, familiarity with Colorado and other states cultural resources forms, and expertise supervising all aspects of archaeological survey, site recording and evaluations, and testing and data recovery. The ideal candidate will have a strong background of teamwork and experience leading diverse crews.

Requirements include:

       Must meet the CO BLM crew chief standards for all districts (see pages 13 – 15 in https://www.blm.gov/sites/blm.gov/files/uploads/Programs_Cultural_HeritageandPaleontology_WhatWeManage_Colorado_Handbookrevised03-2017.pdf)

       5+ years of archaeological consulting or agency experience, with demonstrated success as a field director or crew chief

       Excellent writing skills and experience with writing technical reports and Colorado cultural resources form

       Proficient in electronic data collection, including use of Trimble units (TDC100s and Collector preferred), Garmin GPX, database systems, iPads, and various software types

       Excellent communication and interpersonal skills with a clear ability to support crews in various inclement conditions, often on camping projects

The ideal candidate will possess the following skills:

       Good organizational skills

       Ability to manage schedules and budgets

       Track record of successfully supervising archaeological inventories in remote locations (possibly involving camping)

       Knowledge of federal cultural resources regulations

       Experience coordinating and communicating with agencies and clients

       Willingness to modify strategies to optimize efficiency in the field and at the office

       Excellent ability to work in a team setting

Salary will be commensurate with experience, and bonuses will be offered for exceptional performance. Our benefits package includes health insurance, a 401(k) plan with employer matching after six months of employment, personal time off, telecommuting, and a flexible work schedule.

All applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to age, race, creed, color, national origin, ancestry, marital status, affectional or sexual orientation, or sex.

Please submit a current resume, cover letter, at least two professional references, and two writing samples to work@..., using the subject line: Colorado Archaeological Field Director.

Archaeological Field Director – Riverside County, CA

 

Job Opens: January 30, 2020

Job Closes: February 30, 2020

 

Archaeological Field Director – Riverside County, CA

PaleoWest is a solution driven cultural resources consulting firm that prides itself on employing the best CRM professionals in the industry. Headquartered in Phoenix, Arizona, PaleoWest places an emphasis on supporting our clients’ needs, fostering new technologies that advance our industry while better protecting fragile cultural resources, and promoting professional development within the framework of innovation.

PaleoWest is looking to fill a position for Archaeological Field Director for construction projects.in Riverside County, CA.

The ideal candidate has experience in executing/directing monitoring treatment plans, writing reports, conducting resource documentation and assessments, and supervising archaeological monitors. Additionally, candidates must have the following qualifications:

       Minimum of 5 years of professional archaeological fieldwork experience in California, specifically Mojave, Colorado and Sonoran Desert regions.

       Minimum of 2 years as Field Director

       Ability to qualify as a Field Director on a BLM Cultural Resources Use Permit

       Ability to conduct cultural resources investigations and prepare associated documents and technical reports as necessary for cultural resources management

       Excellent communications skills

       Ability to conduct field work, walking in rough terrain and challenging weather

       Ability to manage multiple tasks and oversee field personnel

Ideal candidate will possess the following skills and experience:

       A master’s degree in anthropology, archaeology, or related field

       Candidates with a bachelor’s degree in anthropology, archaeology, or related field and extensive experience will be considered

       Can disseminate technical information and maintain knowledge of agency regulations/requirements and initiatives associated with implementation of historic preservation laws

       Experience with all phases or archaeological investigations (e.g., survey, testing, and monitoring)

Pay will be commensurate with the applicant’s experience. Successful candidates should be motivated, resourceful, dedicated, and organized. Duties will include coordinating and reporting to the Cultural Resources Specialist, supervising field staff, working in desert conditions while managing the monitoring program, training staff in field methods, reporting, and having a working knowledge of cultural resources management.

 All applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to age, race, creed, color, national origin, ancestry, marital status, affectional or sexual orientation, or sex.

Please submit a current resume, cover letter, at least two professional references, and two writing samples to work@..., using the subject line: Riverside Archaeological Field Director.



CRA seeking Staff Archaeologist in our Shreveport office

Charles "Chuck" Niquette
 

Cultural Resource Analysts, Inc. is seeking qualified candidates for a Staff Archaeologist position in our Shreveport, Louisiana office. The ideal candidate will have a M.A. in anthropology with experience working in the Southeastern or South Central U.S., a minimum of three years of supervisory experience in cultural resource contracting, and meet the Secretary of the Interior's Standards (36 CFR Part 61) for archaeology. Other qualifications include excellent writing and verbal communication skills, strong organizational skills, and technological proficiency that includes some experience working with GIS and relational databases.  Specialized skill sets, such as historic material cultural, archival research, lithics, geoarchaeology, geophysical survey, prehistoric ceramic analysis and/or mortuary studies, are preferred. A working knowledge of relevant historic preservation legislation and regulations is essential. Applicant will be registered with the Register of Professional Archaeologists or will be eligible for listing as a Registered Professional Archaeologist. Primary duties will include: Responsible for assigned phase I (inventory-level survey), phase II (National Register evaluation), and phase III projects throughout the South Central and Southeastern U.S. This will involve conducting pre-field research, directing fieldwork and laboratory analysis, and preparing technical reports. It is imperative that candidates be able to work 8 to 10 hour days in a variety of conditions and understand that there will be frequent stays away from the office. Stooping, bending, and lifting are essential functions of this position.

This is a full-time, salaried position with a competitive benefit package. Salary is negotiable and dependent upon experience, education, and added skill sets and training. Please submit letters of interest, resume, three professional references, and a writing sample to Bridgette Robinson via email at barobinson@.... Cultural Resource Analysts, Inc. employees are required to undergo a background check that includes driving history. Post-employment drug screening may be expected based on client expectations and contract requirements.

 

Cultural Resource Analysts, Inc. is an equal opportunity employer.

 

 

http://www.crai-ky.com

 

 

 

 

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Great Basin Institute - Arch Opportunity 4 - Archaeology Crew Lead – El Dorado National Forest

Carrie Pritchard
 

Archaeology Crew Lead – El Dorado National Forest

The Great Basin Institute, in cooperation with the US Forest Service Eldorado National Forest, is recruiting one Archaeology Crew Lead to work cooperatively with USFS and GBI staff to complete Section 106 cultural resource surveys and site monitoring for various projects on the El Dorado National Forest. This work provides professional development opportunities in cultural resource management practices while supporting USFS initiatives for healthy and productive forest landscapes and resources. Primary responsibilities will include the following:

  1. Section 106 surveys to document, assess and characterize the status of new and existing cultural resources;
  2. Collecting field data in accordance with USFS protocols, inputting data into the Forest Service heritage database, and;
  3. Preparing California DPR site records, GIS maps, and other resource data;
  4. Collaborate with lead and all other crew members to support field safety, communication, planning, logistics, quality assurance, field implementation, and reporting efforts.

Please note that the work is physically demanding and involves hiking in steep terrain at high altitudes on a daily basis, commonly during extreme or inclement weather conditions such as snow, rain or high wind events.  The candidate will need to bring their own gear for such conditions and have the ability to carry a pack up to 40 lbs.  The position will require working in remote locations and some camping may be required to accomplish project goals. Work schedules are subject to change depending on weather and project needs. This is principally a field-based position. Vegetation management, specifically fuels reduction projects requiring Section 106 compliance, will be the priority.

Compensation:

·       $20.00/Hour

·       Full health, vision, dental insurance coverage provided

Timeline:

·       May/June – October/November 2020. 6-month appointment. Start date subject to change based on snowpack and project needs.

·       Full-time, 40 hours per week, some overtime work including weekends and holidays is possible.

Location:

Work will take place on the Eldorado National Forest (NF), Amador Ranger District, near Pioneer, CA (60 miles east of Sacramento). Located in the central Sierra Nevada, the Eldorado NF is bordered on the east by the Lake Tahoe Basin and the Humboldt-Toiyabe NF, and by the Tahoe and Stanislaus NFs to the north and south, respectively. Recreational and sight-seeing opportunities abound in the vicinity.

Required Qualifications:

  • Bachelor’s degree in anthropology, archaeology or related discipline (including relevant field methods training coursework and/or an accredited archaeological field school);
  • Two years of fieldwork experience including archaeological survey, site recording, monitoring, GPS data collection, and associated reporting;
  • Ability to recognize and record prehistoric and historic artifacts, features, and architecture;
  • Possess a clean, valid, state-issued driver’s license with the ability to safely operate and maintain a 4WD vehicle on and off paved roads;
  • Strong organizational skills and ability to work cooperatively as well as independently;
  • Strong written and oral communication skills with diverse audiences;
  • Ability to work effectively in a team setting with USFS staff, GBI staff, interns, volunteers, academic, state, and federal partners;
  • Ability to work safely and productively in remote field settings under adverse conditions. This includes occasionally overnight camping in remote areas for consecutive nights.

 

Preferred Qualifications

  • Master’s degree in anthropology, archaeology or related discipline and at least one year of field leadership experience;
  • Completion of an accredited archaeological field school;
  • At least six months of field leadership experience in California, the Sierras, and/or the Great Basin;
  • Familiarity with Section 106/110 NHPA and California and/or Nevada SHPO compliance procedures;
  • Knowledge of cultural resource management issues in the Western United States;
  • Familiarity with cultural history and forested habitat of the Sierra Nevada region;
  • Proficiency in navigating using a GPS, topographic map and compass;
  • Ability to exercise quality control in data collection and management;
  • Advanced skill using specialized software such as Microsoft Office Suite, ArcMap GIS, and Google Earth.

 How to apply:

https://www.vscyberhosting.com/greatbasin/Careers.aspx?req=2020-RAP-019&type=JOBDESCR  

 
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Carrie Pritchard, MA, RPA
Cultural Resource Program Manager
Great Basin Institute
16750 Mt. Rose Highway
Reno, NV 89511-8774
775-674-5490 (Office) 


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Carrie Pritchard, MA, RPA
Cultural Resource Program Manager
Great Basin Institute
16750 Mt. Rose Highway
Reno, NV 89511-8774
775-674-5490 (Office) 

Great Basin Institute - Arch Opportunity 3 - Cultural Resources (Rock Art) Specialist Great Basin Institute / Great Basin National Park

Carrie Pritchard
 

Cultural Resources (Rock Art) Specialist
Great Basin Institute / Great Basin National Park

Description:

Working collaboratively with Great Basin National Park (GBNP), the Great Basin Institute is recruiting one Cultural Resource Specialist to support the preparation and submission of a National Register of Historic Places (NR) District nomination for Upper and Lower Pictograph caves; and the archaeological area of the Gray Cliffs on Baker Creek, in Great Basin National Park. Upon completion of the nomination form, the required documentation will be reviewed and finalized by GBNP Cultural Resource Manager and Archaeologist and submitted for National Park Service regional review and submission for inclusion in the National Register.

 

Specific tasks include:

  • Compiling previous archaeological knowledge for the site area;
  • Reviewing and updating existing IMACS site forms as needed;
  • Surveying and recording related prehistoric sites and rock art to include in the nomination;
  • Completing IMACS site forms for new discoveries;
  • Conducting archival research to identify historical materials related to the archaeological sites;
  • Consulting with local tribes to determine the ethno-historic importance of the area;
  • Collecting new and utilizing existing GIS spatial data to define prehistoric/historic district boundaries;
  • Preparing a historic/prehistoric context for the NRHP nomination;
  • Collaborating with local tribes to create an interpretive guide for the district;
  • Working with tribes and park law enforcement to recommend protection and preservation measures for sensitive areas.

 

The work will be supervised by park staff and Tribal members will be invited to participate in gathering information. Other groups will be invited to participate potentially including Nevada Archaeological Association, Nevada Archaeological Site Stewardship Program, Nevada Rock Art Foundation, and park VIP’s. This work will be completed in one year.

 

Compensation

  • Rate of Pay: $30.00/hour
  • Full insurance coverage (health, dental, vision)

 

Position Timeline: 

  • Appointment beginning February 2020, or after successful completion of a Department of Interior (DOI) Background Investigation (BI).
  • Full-time or flexible part-time schedule. Most of work can be completed remotely.
  • Minimum of 2-3 weeks spent at Great Basin National Park (Baker, NV) required. Work at the park will be done in early spring before May 1. Project must be completed by September 30, 2020.
  • Housing at the park is available February-April depending on occupancy, and is subject to park rates. Background checks are required for park housing (can potentially take 8 weeks).

 

 

Location: Great Basin National Park

 

 

Qualifications:

  • Required: M.A. in archaeology, anthropology, indigenous people’s studies, or other closely related field.
  • Highly Preferred: knowledge of Great Basin area rock art or experience with research and/or documentation of rock art in the Western US;
  • Highly Preferred: Previous experience completing NRHP nominations and determinations of eligibility, including experience with Tribal consultation throughout the process;
  • Ability to produce IMACS site forms, technical reports, manage data in both an office and field setting, and ensure electronic NPS cultural databases are properly maintained.
  • Ability to lead and conduct archaeological surveys (e.g., mapping, data recording, site documenting and photography, navigating mountainous terrain and collecting GIS spatial data);
  • Ability to work independently and within a team to accomplish project goals and to communicate effectively with a diverse public in both a field and office setting;
  • Possess a valid, state-issued driver’s license and clean driving record, and experience safely operating 4WD trucks on- and off-road, including narrow and steep forest roads, and conducting routine vehicle maintenance;
  • Willingness and ability to consistently enact high performance standards and a strong work and team ethic in support of the mission of GBI and the goals and objectives of the NPS.
  • Previous experience working with the National Park Service, or working in the Great Basin region is desirable.

 

To apply: Please follow this link to apply directly through our online portal:

 https://www.vscyberhosting.com/greatbasin/Careers.aspx?req=2019-RAP-103&type=JOBDESCR

 
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Carrie Pritchard, MA, RPA
Cultural Resource Program Manager
Great Basin Institute
16750 Mt. Rose Highway
Reno, NV 89511-8774
775-674-5490 (Office) 


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Carrie Pritchard, MA, RPA
Cultural Resource Program Manager
Great Basin Institute
16750 Mt. Rose Highway
Reno, NV 89511-8774
775-674-5490 (Office) 

Great Basin Institute - Arch Opportunity 2 - Archaeologist Great Basin Institute and Zion National Park

Carrie Pritchard
 

Archaeologist

Great Basin Institute and Zion National Park

 

Description:

Working in collaboration with Zion National Park, the Great Basin Institute (GBI) is recruiting two Archaeologists to assist park cultural resources staff with multiple projects, including preparing an amendment to a National Register Nomination for an archaeological district and assessing archaeological sites in high use visitor corridors to determine visitor impacts to cultural resources.  Responsibilities and tasks for this work generally include use of standard field methods, data entry, making management recommendations, and generating summary reports. 

 

Standard field work will entail:  navigating with topographic maps, completing site forms, taking scale photographs, making scale illustrations, conducting condition assessments and fuels assessments, collecting spatial data, producing artifact illustrations, identifying artifacts, and making determinations of eligibility.  Additional field work may include treatment activities and supplementary documentation, such as:  drainage re-routing, barrier installation, social trail eradication, installation of signs, minor stabilization, backfilling, and/or data recovery. Approximately 60% of time will be spent in the field during the course of this position. Temperatures in the summer regularly exceed 90-100° F and monsoons occur during July-September. Occasional camping will be required.

 

Office-based work will include data management involving use of three databases to enter and organize archaeology records: Utah Archaeology Site Form (UASF), Cultural Resource Information System (CRIS), and ZION Cultural Resource database.  Determinations of eligibility will have concurrence with the park archaeologist and the Utah State Historic Preservation Officer.  Illustrations will be digitized using graphic programs (Adobe Photoshop, Adobe Illustrator).  Photographs will be labeled, uploaded, and annotated.  Spatial data will be processed and added to the master archaeology geodatabase.   Site documentation and records will be copied and accessioned into the park museum archive. Reporting will include environmental reviews of park undertakings, as well as other products such as site bulletins, website text, and social media postings to inform the public of the human history and heritage resources at Zion National Park.

 

Compensation

  • Rate of Pay: $23/hour

o   Field per diem when overnight camping is required

o   Full health, vision and dental insurance coverage provided

 

Timeline: 

o   12-month appointment beginning March 2020

o   Full-time, 40 hours per week.

 

Location:

Zion National Park is a unique geological, natural, and cultural treasure in southwestern Utah. Opportunities for sightseeing, hiking, and camping abound in the park. Work will be based out of park offices in Springdale, UT. Housing will not be provided. Affordable housing in the surrounding communities could include a 30-45 minute, unpaid commute.

 

 

Highly Preferred Qualifications:

  • A Master’s degree in Archaeology, Anthropology, Cultural Resource Management, or similar discipline;
  • At least two years of relevant field experience in cultural resource management, or similar discipline, with at last one year of experience leading field crews.

 

Other Qualifications:

 

  • A solid understanding of and ability to perform all aspects of the Section 106 process including conducting background research, planning archaeological fieldwork, completing site recording and condition assessments;
  • Experience writing formal site records and drafting reports;
  • Familiarity with cultural resource management on public lands;
  • Knowledge of Great Basin archaeology including the Colorado Plateau is preferred;
  • Ability to navigate and collect data using handheld GPS units and read a topographic map;
  • Exposure to using GIS software (e.g., ArcMap) to upload, create and manipulate data and maps, preferred;
  • Experience working with Microsoft Office software;
  • Ability to communicate effectively, both written and orally, with a diverse audience;
  • Capacity to work independently and within a team environment;
  • Must be motivated, self-directed, organized, and detail oriented in order to balance multiple tasks simultaneously;
  • Physically fit to work long hours outdoors, carry personal and field equipment, and withstand the climatic rigors of the desert;
  • Willingness and ability to camp for consecutive days, as needed, in backcountry settings; and
  • Possess a clean, valid, state-issued driver’s license with the ability to safely operate a 4WD vehicle on unimproved roads.

 

***NOTE: The successful applicant must complete a Department of Interior (DOI) Background Investigation (BI) or submit paperwork to NPS human resources indicating an active and fully adjudicated BI has already been completed prior to beginning this position.

 

 
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Carrie Pritchard, MA, RPA
Cultural Resource Program Manager
Great Basin Institute
16750 Mt. Rose Highway
Reno, NV 89511-8774
775-674-5490 (Office) 


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Carrie Pritchard, MA, RPA
Cultural Resource Program Manager
Great Basin Institute
16750 Mt. Rose Highway
Reno, NV 89511-8774
775-674-5490 (Office) 

Great Basin Institute - Arch Opportunity 1 - Archaeology Research Associate US Fish and Wildlife Service – Desert National Wildlife Refuge Complex – Las Vegas, NV

Carrie Pritchard
 

Archaeology Research Associate 
US Fish and Wildlife Service – Desert National Wildlife Refuge Complex – Las Vegas, NV

Description:

The Great Basin Institute, in cooperation with the U.S Fish & Wildlife Service (FWS), is recruiting an Archaeology Research Associate for the Desert National Wildlife Refuge Complex (DNWR).  The successful candidate will work under the supervision of the Refuge Managers, with technical supervision supplied by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Regional Archaeologist (RHPO) in Portland, Oregon.

 

The Research Associate will assure all projects on the refuge complex are conducted in compliance with the National Historic Preservation Act (NHPA), Native American Graves Protection and Repatriation Act (NAGPRA), the Archaeological Resource Protection Act (ARPA), and other Federal and state cultural resources legislation. The Research Associate will also coordinate programs addressing similar cultural resources issues occurring on neighboring federal lands.

 

All work will follow guidelines in compliance with federal legislation and regulations, in addition to regional policies. Consultation with the Refuge manager or technical supervisor will be necessary to adapt guidelines to specific needs and situations. Some overnight travel for fieldwork, research, conferences, and training can be expected.

 

This position presents a unique opportunity for a mid-career professional archaeologist to engage in comprehensive and unique cultural resources management initiatives throughout the Refuge complex

 

Primary Duties Include:

  1. Conducting research at libraries, agencies, and other institutions concerning archaeological, historical, and ethnographic background information.

 

  1. Collaborating with project proponents, partners, and FWS staff, volunteers, Tribes, and other archaeologists. Serving as a liaison between the FWS and Tribes. Conducting consultation with Tribes on all cultural resource issues.

 

  1. Completing archaeological surveys, site identification, and site evaluation using standard archaeological techniques and in compliance with Section 106 of the NHPA.

 

  1. Researching, preparing, and completing key cultural resources compliance documents (i.e. formal letters, agreement documents, site records, and evaluation reports) per requirements of the NHPA and State Historic Preservation Offices. This includes generating research, data, and manuscripts suitable for professional technical publications.

 

  1. Providing determinations of effect along with the rationale, policy and legal foundations for such determinations. Supplying alternative management recommendations and strategies for decision-makers.

 

  1. Updating and maintaining computer records, generating geospatial data, and preparing collected materials for curation. 

 

  1. Organizing and conducting educational and outreach activities, presentations, and events that provide information on cultural resources of the Refuge. 

 

  1. Preparing scopes of work (SOW), in conjunction with RHPO, for contracts to conduct cultural resources work on the DNWR complex

 

  1. Other duties as assigned.

 

Location:

Created in 1936 to provide habitat and protection for desert bighorn sheep, Desert NWR is the largest wildlife refuge outside of Alaska at 1.6 million acres. While Desert NWR has been home to people for thousands of years, from Nuwuvi (Southern Paiute) to ranch homesteaders, the refuge still remains largely unimpacted by human development. Over 1.3 million acres of the refuge is proposed wilderness, and has been managed as de facto wilderness since 1974.

 

 

Please note:

The Research Associate must provide their own reliable transportation as the DNWR is located approximately 20 miles from Las Vegas, NV. A government vehicle may be available for work related trips. Housing is NOT included. The Research Associate is expected to obtain their own housing for the period of appointment.

 

Compensation: 

  • Rate of pay: $22.00-$28.00/hour, depending on experience and qualifications.
  • Full health, vision, and dental insurance, available the 1st of the month after position start date.
  • Paid personal leave and holidays in accordance with federal schedule.

 

Timeline: 

  • One-year position beginning February/March 2020 or upon completion of a Department of Interior (DOI) background investigation (BI).
  • Full time, 40 hours per week; some overtime and weekend work may occasionally be required.

 

Minimum Required Qualifications (one of the following):

o   M.A. or M.S. degree in Anthropology, Archaeology, or closely related discipline from an accredited university or college AND at least 2 years of relevant and comprehensive, applied cultural resources experience; OR

o   Bachelor’s degree in Anthropology, Archaeology, or closely related discipline from an accredited university or college AND with at least 4 years of relevant and comprehensive, applied cultural resources experience.

 

Preferred Qualifications:

o   Applied professional knowledge of the methods and theories of North American archaeology including the ability to design, conduct, analyze, report, and finish a cultural resources research project that applies current archaeological and anthropological method and theory, and involves the collection and analysis of data from the field, literature, archives, and/or oral testimony. 

o   Applied professional knowledge and ability with laws, regulations, and policies of historic preservation, including Section 106 process of the National Historic Preservation Act (NHPA). This must be documented by project reports or agreement documents produced to comply with NHPA, NAGPRA, and/or ARPA. 

o   Practical cultural resources management ability and experience in the Great Basin and/or Mohave Desert. This must be demonstrated by field experience and report production on a project involving the archaeology and anthropology of the Great Basin and/or Mohave Desert.

o   Demonstrated skill and work experience communicating and negotiating with Tribes, Federal land managers, municipalities, and historic preservation regulators for the exchange of data, collection of oral history, policy/procedure, and other concerns.

o   Strong knowledge and experience using GPS and ArcGIS/ArcMap for navigating and collecting geospatial data, uploading data and manipulating spatial data using; and generating project location and archaeological site maps.

o   Communication ability must include outreach and interpretation for audiences unfamiliar with the technical aspects of the archaeological and cultural resources discipline.

o   Ability and skill with personal computers, database, graphics, GPS, GIS, mapping and word processing software.

o   Must be physically capable of working in a wide variety of environmental and weather conditions including both office and outdoors. The DNWR is in a hot, dry desert environment and the work will require hiking in rugged trail-less and water-less terrain, climbing, occasional overnight camping, and occasional lifting of heavy objects.

o   Must have a valid driver’s license and the ability to drive and care for a 4-wheel drive vehicle on steep and rugged roads for long distances.

 

How to Apply:

https://www.vscyberhosting.com/greatbasin/Careers.aspx?groupvalue=CR&groupby=OLEVEL5&groupby2=&firstgroup=&type=DRAWSINGLEGROUPLIST  
 
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Carrie Pritchard, MA, RPA
Cultural Resource Program Manager
Great Basin Institute
16750 Mt. Rose Highway
Reno, NV 89511-8774
775-674-5490 (Office) 


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Carrie Pritchard, MA, RPA
Cultural Resource Program Manager
Great Basin Institute
16750 Mt. Rose Highway
Reno, NV 89511-8774
775-674-5490 (Office) 

Archaeological Project Manager – Salt Lake City, Utah

 

Job Opens: January 29, 2020

Job Closes: February 29, 2020

 

Archaeological Project Manager – Salt Lake City, Utah

PaleoWest is a solution driven cultural resources consulting firm that prides itself on employing the best CRM professionals in the industry. Headquartered in Phoenix, Arizona, PaleoWest places an emphasis on supporting our clients’ needs, fostering new technologies that advance our industry while better protecting fragile cultural resources, and promoting professional development within the framework of innovation.

We are currently seeking an Archaeological Project Manager for our Salt Lake City, Utah, office. This is a full time, salaried position that comes with a great benefits package, huge growth potential, and an aggressive bonus program.

The successful applicant will work alongside our existing staff to successfully navigate cultural resources regulations for our clients. Candidates must have a master’s degree in anthropology, archaeology, or a closely related field and seven years of demonstrated professional experience working on and leading archaeological survey, monitoring, and data recovery projects. Experience with the archaeology and history of the Great Basin and Colorado Plateau is required. The successful candidate will work most days in our Salt Lake City office, which is located in the heart of the vibrant Sugar House neighborhood. However, they will oversee local and non-local field projects and should be able and willing to travel throughout Utah, Nevada, and adjacent states.

Desired knowledge, skills, and abilities include the following:

·       Ability to be listed as a Field Director/Crew Chief on BLM Cultural Resource Use Permits in Utah and/or Nevada is required, at a minimum. Strong preference will be given to candidates who have previously been listed as a Field Director/Crew Chief on a BLM permit in one of these states, who have been or can be permitted by the BLM as a Principal Investigator, and/or who hold or meet the qualifications for a Utah Public Lands Policy Coordination Office Principal Investigator permit.

·     Excellent oral and written communication skills and commitment to achieving team goals

·     Knowledge of federal and state regulations pertaining to cultural resources

·     Demonstrated experience managing all types of archaeological projects, including preparing budgets and proposals, keeping projects on budget and on schedule, and consulting with clients and agencies

·     Demonstrated experience writing and preparing cultural resource technical reports

·     Demonstrated experience in business development and winning work

·     Demonstrated leadership abilities including providing guidance and oversight to field crews and office/reporting staff

Salary will be commensurate with experience, and bonuses will be offered for exceptional performance. Our benefits package includes health insurance, a 401(k) plan with employer matching after six months of employment, personal time off, telecommuting, and a flexible work schedule.

All applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to age, race, creed, color, national origin, ancestry, marital status, affectional or sexual orientation, or sex.

If you are interested in joining our rapidly growing team of professionals, please email a current resume , cover letter, contact information for at least two professional references, and two professional writing samples to work@..., using the subject line: Salt Lake City Archaeological Project Manager.



Archaeological Field Directors – Salt Lake City, Utah

 

Job Opens: January 29, 2020

Job Closes: February 29, 2020

 

Archaeological Field Directors – Salt Lake City, Utah

PaleoWest is a solution driven cultural resources consulting firm that prides itself on employing the best CRM professionals in the industry. Headquartered in Phoenix, Arizona, PaleoWest places an emphasis on supporting our clients’ needs, fostering new technologies that advance our industry while better protecting fragile cultural resources, and promoting professional development within the framework of innovation.

We are currently seeking Archaeological Field Directors for our Salt Lake City, Utah, office. This is a full time, salaried position that comes with a great benefits package, huge growth potential, and an aggressive bonus program.

Successful candidates must meet the minimum qualifications to be listed as a Field Director/Crew Chief on BLM Cultural Resource Use Permits in Utah and/or Nevada. Preference will be given to candidates who have previously been listed on a BLM permit in one of these states and/or who meet the Secretary of the Interior’s Professional Qualification Standards. The successful candidates will oversee local and non-local field projects and should be able and willing to travel and work throughout Utah, Nevada, and adjacent states.

Salary will be commensurate with experience, and bonuses will be offered for exceptional performance. Our benefits package includes health insurance, a 401(k) plan with employer matching after six months of employment, personal time off, telecommuting, and a flexible work schedule.

All applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to age, race, creed, color, national origin, ancestry, marital status, affectional or sexual orientation, or sex.

Please submit a current resume, cover letter, at least two professional references, and two writing samples to work@..., using the subject line: Salt Lake City Archaeological Field Director.



Cultural Resources Technician (full time) at Fort Campbell, KY ($36,000-43,000/year) Deadline 02/10/2020

Coy,Kelly
 

Apply no later than 02/10/2020 for full consideration at jobs.colostate.edu. Mailed or emailed applications will not be accepted.

Posting Detail Information

Working Title

Cultural Resources Technician - Fort Campbell, KY

Position Location

Fort Campbell, KY

Research Professional Position

Yes

Posting Number

202000101AP

Position Type

Admin Professional/ Research Professional

Number of Vacancies

1

Work Hours/Week

40

Proposed Annual Salary Range

$36,000 - $43,000

Desired Start Date

 

Position End Date (if temporary)

 

To ensure full consideration, applications must be received by 11:59pm (MT) on

02/10/2020

Description of Work Unit

CEMML is a research, education, and service unit within the Warner College of Natural Resources at Colorado State University (CSU). CEMML applies the latest and most appropriate science to promote the sustainable management of natural and cultural resources on Department of Defense (DOD) and other public lands. We provide technical support, conduct applied research, and offer career development and learning opportunities to support resource stewardship. We collaborate with our sponsors and within CSU to resolve complex environmental issues, leaving a legacy of science-based decisions that sustain our resources for future generations.

Position Summary

A Cultural Resources Technician position is available with the Center for Environmental Management of Military Lands (CEMML). This position will be located at Fort Campbell, KY. The Cultural Resources Technician will assist the Cultural Resources Specialist with field surveys, document review and preparation, and record keeping in support of the Cultural Resources Program at Fort Campbell.

Required Job Qualifications

·         A BA/BS in anthropology, archaeology, historic preservation or closely related field and completion of an archaeological field school.

·         The applicant must have professional experience in archaeology, involving archaeological survey and excavation methodology, resource significance assessment, technical report preparation, project impact assessment, and cultural resource management.

·         Demonstrated knowledge of state and federal laws and regulations pertaining to cultural resource management, including NHPA and 36 CFR 800 is necessary.

·         The successful candidate must be legally authorized to work in the United States by the proposed start date. CEMML will not provide visa sponsorship for this position.

·         Candidate must be able to comply with all applicable regulations to obtain a Common Access Card (CAC).

·         Must have a valid and current driver’s license or the ability to obtain a driver’s license by the employment start date.

Preferred Job Qualifications

·         At least one year of professional experience in archaeology, involving archaeological survey and excavation methodology, resource significance assessment, technical report preparation, project impact assessment, and cultural resource management.

·         Demonstrated knowledge of historic preservation law and policy.

·         Experience working with CRM issues on military installations.

·         Experience with archaeological field methods and techniques associated with cultural resource management.

·         Demonstrated knowledge of Southeastern US history and prehistory.

·         Experience with office software packages, including database management, spatial analysis (GIS) and presentation graphics.

·         Experience evaluating pre-historic and historic properties for National Register eligibility.

·         Excellent written and verbal communication skills.

Diversity Statement

Reflecting departmental and institutional values, candidates are expected to have the ability to advance the Department’s commitment to diversity and inclusion.

Essential Duties

Job Duty Category

Cultural Resource Management Program Support

Duty/Responsibility

The Cultural Resource Technician will assist the Fort Campbell Cultural Resources Specialist in supporting the Army’s compliance with cultural resources laws, primarily Section 106 of the National Historic Preservation Act (NHPA). S/he will assist with implementing Army policies, procedures, and management plans. Compliance will require developing technical analyses and associated reports in collaboration with other cultural resources personnel. The incumbent will aide in the review of projects and dig requests to determine the potential impacts to archaeological and historic resources, sacred sites, and cultural objects. S/he will assist the Fort Campbell’s Cultural Resources Specialist by completing necessary Section 106 compliance actions, including monitoring and mitigation of impacted resources.

Percentage Of Time

45%

 

Essential Duties

Job Duty Category

Archaeological fieldwork

Duty/Responsibility

Assist the Cultural Resources Specialist in conducting fieldwork including surveying, testing, and data recovery necessary for the identification, documentation, evaluation, and reporting of cultural resources, especially archaeological sites and historic properties. The Cultural Resources Technician will assist with the preparation of National Register of Historic Places (NRHP) site evaluations, technical reports, and documents; conduct data analysis; and contribute to research designs.

Percentage Of Time

45%

 

Essential Duties

Job Duty Category

Archeological collection management

Duty/Responsibility

Maintain adequate storage and curation of Fort Campbell’s archaeological artifacts, historic documents and archeological records. Maintain document databases for collection and conduct periodic inventories.

Percentage Of Time

10%

 

Application Details

Special Instructions to Applicants

Applicants must meet the minimum qualifications in the announcement to be considered for hire. Apply no later than 02/10/2020 for full consideration at jobs.colostate.edu. Mailed or emailed applications will not be accepted.

Upload each of the items below individually as a Word Document (.doc), PDF (.pdf), or Rich Text Format (.rtf). Please note that incomplete applications cannot be considered. Please remove social security numbers and birth dates from application materials. A complete application consists of:

1) Statement of Qualifications (one-page letter addressing each qualification described in the announcement) uploaded in the ‘Cover Letter’ slot.
2) Resume
3) Transcripts (for each degree earned that is listed under qualifications) uploaded in the ‘Official Transcripts’ or ‘Unofficial Transcripts’ slot.
4) Degree Conferral (copy of diploma if transcripts do not include confirmation that degree was awarded) uploaded in the ‘Other’ slot.
5) References – please include within your application contact information for 3 professional references including at least one supervisor.

References will not be contacted without prior notification of candidates.

Conditions of Employment

Pre-employment Criminal Background Check (required for new hires), Valid Driver’s License, Special Requirements/Other - Candidate must be able to comply with all applicable regulations to obtain a Common Access Card (CAC).

Search Contact

Mindy Clarke mindy.clarke@...

EEO Statement

Colorado State University is committed to providing an environment that is free from discrimination and harassment based on race, age, creed, color, religion, national origin or ancestry, sex, gender, disability, veteran status, genetic information, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, or pregnancy and will not discharge or in any other manner discriminate against employees or applicants because they have inquired about, discussed, or disclosed their own pay or the pay of another employee or applicant. Colorado State University is an equal opportunity/equal access/affirmative action employer fully committed to achieving a diverse workforce and complies with all Federal and Colorado State laws, regulations, and executive orders regarding non-discrimination and affirmative action. The Office of Equal Opportunity is located in 101 Student Services.

The Acting Title IX Coordinator is the Assistant Vice President for Student Affairs, 201 Administration Building, Fort Collins, CO. 80523-8004, (970) 491-5312.

The Section 504 and ADA Coordinator is the Associate Vice President for Human Capital, Office of Equal Opportunity, 101 Student Services Building, Fort Collins, CO 80523-0160, (970) 491-5836.

Background Check Policy Statement

Colorado State University strives to provide a safe study, work, and living environment for its faculty, staff, volunteers and students. To support this environment and comply with applicable laws and regulations, CSU conducts background checks. The type of background check conducted varies by position and can include, but is not limited to, criminal history, sex offender registry, motor vehicle history, financial history, and/or education verification. Background checks will also be conducted when required by law or contract and when, in the discretion of the University, it is reasonable and prudent to do so.

References Requested

References Requested

Minimum Requested

3

Maximum Requested

3

Supplemental Questions

Required fields are indicated with an asterisk (*).

1.       * This positon will be located at Fort Campbell, KY, please affirm your knowledge that work will be performed at that work location.

·         Yes

Applicant Documents

Required Documents

1.       Cover Letter

2.       Resume or CV

3.       Unofficial Transcripts

Optional Documents

1.       Official Transcripts

2.       Other

 

 

Kelly Coy

Project Manager

Center for Environmental Management of Military Lands (CEMML)

Colorado State University

1490 Campus Delivery

Fort Collins, CO 80521

970.491.6277 (office)

970.227.0539 (cell)

 

(ShovelBums) Now Hiring- Director of Cultural Resource Services in Palo Alto or Encinitas, California

Clare Raimondo
 

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Now Hiring- DIRECTOR OF CULTURAL RESOURCE SERVICES

 

About Insignia Environmental

Insignia Environmental (Insignia) is a growing environmental consulting company focused on the needs of energy and infrastructure clients. Our staff has a foundation in engineering, science, and real-world construction experience that translates into environmental documents and programs that represent the best in class for our clients and the environment. Insignia holds performance and responsiveness paramount while working with clients to meet their environmental needs, often on expedited timelines. We pride ourselves on knowing the latest environmental regulations, understanding the goals of our clients and regulatory agencies, and producing high-quality deliverables.

 

Why Join Us?

At Insignia, we work hard and take pride in the reputation of excellence that we have earned in our industry. The diversity of our projects ensures that employees are appropriately challenged and learning new things. We are looking for employees who strive to be the best in their field and enjoy exchanging knowledge in an interactive environment. Insignia also encourages and supports our employees in workshop and conference attendance to continue education in their fields.

 

Insignia offers a casual, enjoyable work environment and generous benefits, including a 401(k)-equivalent program, medical insurance, and paid time off. Candidates must be comfortable with dogs, as several large ones “work” in our office.

 

Position Details

Insignia is looking for a Director to join our team and serve as our Cultural Resources Practice Lead as well as Principal Investigator for projects. Responsibilities include overseeing and directing cultural resource subcontractors, providing technical advice related to the management of cultural resources, conducting technical reviews of reports, developing and overseeing staff archaeologists, and any additional activities needed to ensure compliance with regulations protecting cultural resources. The Director of Cultural Resource Services may also perform cultural resources monitoring to ensure compliance of construction activities with environmental permits and regulations.

 

Job Description

  • Provide expert advice on avoidance and minimization strategies related to the protection of cultural resources.
  • Ensure full regulatory compliance with the National Historic Preservation Act and other regulations that protect cultural resources.
  • Build a team of archaeologists to meet ongoing project needs.
  • Maintain and foster relationships with client cultural resource subject matter experts.
  • Oversee record searches.
  • Organize, manage, and oversee cultural resources fieldwork.
  • Oversee and direct subconsultants.
  • Provide technical review of reports.
  • Interface with Native American tribes and organizations.
  • Facilitate compliance with cultural resource regulations pertaining to projects.

 

Requirements

  • Master’s degree in archaeology, cultural resource management, or a similar field.
  • At least 7 years of experience in cultural resource management.
  • At least 2 years of experience in environmental consulting.
  • Demonstrated experience with Northern California archaeology and history.
  • Knowledge and experience with federal and state regulations pertaining to cultural and Native American resources.
  • Demonstrated ability to complete projects on time and within budget.
  • Excellent communication and organizational skills.
  • Excellent writing and technical editing skills, with advanced experience in Microsoft Office.
  • Rigorously detail-oriented and committed to accuracy.

 

Other

  • Valid driver’s license and good driving record.
  • Willingness and ability to travel when needed.
  • Willingness and ability to work fluctuating and/or long hours on occasion as necessary.
  • Ability to lift up to 25 pounds.
  • While prioritizing health and safety, this position requires an individual who is able to walk and hike through varying degrees of difficult terrain. Individuals may also be required to perform their job responsibilities in inclement weather conditions.

 

How to Apply

Interested applicants should submit a resume to jobs@... with a brief cover letter or cover email, including compensation expectations. Please include the words “resume” and “Director of Cultural Resource Services” in the subject line of your email. We request that applicants refrain from calling our office directly regarding this position.

 

Insignia may request, for lawful employment purposes, background information about candidates from a consumer reporting agency in connection with employment.

 

Insignia is an equal opportunity employer. Insignia does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, pregnancy, childbirth, national origin, age, marital status, veteran status, sexual orientation, sexual identity, mental or physical disability, genetic predisposition or characteristics, or any other characteristics protected by applicable state or federal civil rights law.

 

For additional information about working at Insignia, check out our Careers Page.

 

 

Archaeological Crew Members – Salt Lake City

 

Job Opens:   January 24, 2019

Job Closes: February 24, 2019

 

Archaeological Crew Members – Salt Lake City

PaleoWest Archaeology is a solution-driven CRM consulting firm that prides itself on employing the best CRM professionals in the industry. Headquartered in Phoenix, Arizona, PaleoWest Archaeology places an emphasis on supporting our clients’ needs, fostering new technologies that advance our industry while better protecting its fragile resources, and promoting professional development within the framework of innovation and forward thinking.

We are currently seeking Crew Members for projects in Utah and Nevada, reporting to our office in Salt Lake City. Under the supervision of a Crew Chief, Crew Members will participate in pedestrian transect surveys and site recording. Crew Members must be able to walk several miles daily, over all types of terrain. Familiarity with artifacts and features common to the Great Basin and Colorado Plateau regions is preferred. Compensation will be commensurate with experience, and project bonuses will be offered for exceptional performance. These hourly positions have the potential to lead to full time, hourly positions.

All applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to age, race, creed, color, national origin, ancestry, marital status, or sexual orientation.

Please submit a current CV, cover letter, and at least two professional references to work@....

 

SWCA - Cultural Resources Crew Chief - Broomfield, CO

Laura Patriarca-Troyk
 

 

 

Please apply via our site at: https://careers-swca.icims.com/jobs/10877/cultural-resources-crew-chief/job

Cultural Resources Crew Chief

Location: Broomfield, CO

 

SWCA is expanding its team and looking for dynamic individuals who are following their passion in delivering the highest-quality project work. We have an opportunity for a Cultural Resources Crew Chief based out of our Denver and Fort Collins, Colorado offices.  With our network of offices across the US, we have the ability to move our field staff rapidly to meet these needs. Initial fieldwork will be in support of our other offices across the country through the winter and spring, after which work will transition in support of our Rocky Mountain/Plains projects in the summer.

 

This position is a temporary, on-call, hourly position, with the potential to transition to a full-time hourly position with benefits. Demonstrated field leadership is required, and a history of being listed on archaeological permits is preferred. Pay rate will be based on individual qualifications and experience. Our Denver and Fort Collins offices specialize in cultural and natural resources services within a relaxed work environment. We take pride in rapidly delivering on client needs, which can lead to extended field efforts with abundant overtime compensation. Per diem, lodging, and travel are provided for all fieldwork.

What you will accomplish

  • Leading cultural resource field crews.
  • Performing fieldwork (survey, testing, and potentially construction monitoring) and assisting Field Directors, Project Managers, and Principal Investigators with cultural resources tasks, including historic architecture survey and reporting).
  • Complex coordination of client/consultant interaction, land access, field crew progress, and daily data transfer and management.
  • Technical reporting, including archaeological reports and all associated documentation and data forms.
  • Successful candidates will be able to thrive in our team-oriented approach to project completion.
  • Responsible for site form preparation/review and associated research.
  • Effective communication and teamwork across multiple disciplines, both internally and externally.
  • Data QA/QC, organization, and tracking of field data, and collecting GPS data using Trimble units and/or tablet computers.
  • Implementation, enforcement, and documentation of SWCA Safety standards for self and crews. Conduct morning tailgate meetings as applicable.
  • Management and maintenance of field equipment.
  • Ensuring that field teams are prepared for field activities

Experience and qualifications for success

  • A Bachelor’s degree in anthropology or a closely related field is required; Master’s degree preferred.
  • Current listing as a Registered Professional Archaeologist (or qualified for RPA status) preferred.
  • Strong leadership and supervision abilities, including problem solving, constructive conflict resolution, and decision making.
  • Team player with strong ability take initiative and solve problems using sound judgment.
  • The ability to travel and conduct fieldwork for long hours and extended periods, sometimes in inclement weather, rugged terrain, and at high altitudes, and ability to carry equipment and supplies weighing up to 40 pounds.

 

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

 

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SWCA - Archaeological Field Technician - Bridgeville, PA

Laura Patriarca-Troyk
 

 

 

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Archaeological Field Technician

Bridgeville,  PA

 

SWCA Environmental Consultants is expanding their team and looking for dynamic individuals who are following their passion in delivering the highest-quality project work. Our Pittsburgh office is seeking archaeological field technicians to conduct cultural resources investigations in the Pennsylvania, Virginia, West Virginia, and New York.

What you will accomplish

Conduct archaeological fieldwork including monitoring, survey, testing, and data recovery. Assist with mapping responsibilities in the field, including collection of GPS data using Trimble units. 

Experience and qualifications for success

  • A Bachelor's Degree in anthropology, archaeology, or a closely related field or six (6) months field experience with a range of field methodologies, including survey, testing, excavation, and monitoring required
  • An accredited Field School Certification is preferred
  • Experience with a wide range of field methodologies, including archaeological survey, testing, excavation, methodology and monitoring preferred
  • Knowledge of TerraSync is a plus
  • Current valid driver's license and the ability to safely operate a 4wd vehicle on rugged, backcountry roads required
  • Ability to travel to a location, walk and conduct fieldwork for long hours, sometimes in inclement weather, rugged terrain, and ability to carry equipment and supplies weighing up to 40 pounds is required
  • Previous archaeological survey experience in Pennsylvania, New York, Ohio, Virginia, and/or West Virginia is a plus

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

 

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Laura Patriarca-Troyk
Talent Acquisition Partner

SWCA Environmental Consultants
San Diego, CA
P 602.609.2260| C 619.855.2689

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SWCA Environmental Consultants - Cultural Resources Project Director

Edith Abasta
 

 

 

 

 

 

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About the opportunity:

Do you want to work in an environment that promotes sound science and creative solutions? Do you have a passion for delivering the highest quality and excellence in services to others? SWCA Environmental Consultants is looking for a dynamic and skilled person to join our Cultural Resources program as a Cultural Resources Project Director in our Flagstaff, Arizona office.

 

Your role will be to assist with project management, fieldwork, and report preparation as part of a larger project team, as well as managing your own projects and tasks as assigned. You will be a core member of the Flagstaff Cultural Resources Program, with the responsibility for successful on-time and on-budget completion of projects as well as promoting effective communication, encouraging teamwork and collaboration across SWCA offices, mentoring junior staff, and driving overall scientific and business excellence. You will report to the Flagstaff Cultural Resources Program Lead. 

 

Please submit a letter of introduction with your resume or CV explaining if and to what extent you meet the experience and qualifications outlined in this posting. 

 

 

What you will accomplish:

 

You will oversee all aspects of research, data collection, inventory, analysis, and final report production to ensure compliance with SWCA’s high-quality standards for technical work to meet agency requirements and guidelines while maintaining scientific quality. You will also assist with project and task management, including preparing and managing budgets, collaborating on proposal efforts, and providing the highest level of care and service to clients. You will also assist in authoring large technical reports, research designs, treatment plans, and other documents. You will be expected to work independently and collaboratively with a variety of colleagues, clients, and agency contacts, and have the ability to adapt quickly to changes in project needs, agency requests, and more.

 

Experience and qualifications for success:

  • Bachelor’s degree in Archaeology, Anthropology, Art History, or a closely related field is required; Master’s degree in Archaeology, Anthropology, Art History, or a closely related field is preferred
  • Minimum of three (3) years’ experience with a range of fieldwork environments, including survey, testing, excavation, and/or monitoring in the Southwest is required (experience in Arizona is preferred)
  • Minimum of one (1) year of supervisory fieldwork experience, including leading large field crews and field directing, is preferred
  • Experience in managing cultural resources projects, including budgets, scheduling, and scopes of services is preferred
  • Experience in primary report authorship in a cultural resources context and experience providing quality control review of field documents, site forms, and reports is preferred
  • Familiarity with the full range of cultural resources services, including archaeology and architectural resources including buildings, structures, districts, and landscapes is preferred
  • Meeting or exceeding the Secretary of the Interior’s Professional Qualifications Standards for Archaeology is preferred; meeting other qualifications standards (such as Architectural History or History) is desired
  • A working knowledge of Federal and State cultural resources laws and requirements, including Sections 106 and 110 of the National Historic Preservation Act, the Arizona Antiquities Act, and the Arizona State Historic Preservation Act is required
  • Experience with tribal consultation and/or Native American Graves Protection and Repatriation Act is a plus
  • Familiarity with the National Environmental Policy Act environmental review process is a plus
  • Ability to be listed at the field director level on statewide agency permits for Arizona, including Arizona Antiquities Act blanket permits, BLM, and the USDA Forest Service is preferred; ability to be listed on various federal and state cultural resources permits in other states, particularly New Mexico, Nevada, and/or California is desirable
  • Ability to walk and conduct fieldwork with a crew or remotely; including extended hiking at elevations above 7,000 feet above sea level, potentially in inclement weather and/or extreme temperatures, across rugged and/or steep terrain while carrying personal gear/equipment weighing up to 45 pounds is required
  • Experience in orienteering, operating handheld Trimble GPS or tablets, field survey, and archaeological site recording (including artifact and feature identification, and site mapping) following agency standards and guidelines is required

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

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

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20 East Thomas Road, Suite 1700
Phoenix, AZ 85012
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