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California work

R. Joe Brandon <rjoe_brandon@...>
 

This came across ACRA-L

Position Announcement: Archaeologist/Field Director

Description: Work on cultural resource management projects in northern
California. Specific duties will include conducting literature and records
searches, completing field surveys and identification studies, conducting
archival research, taking field photographs, preparing site and property
records, making site maps, and writing results sections of CRM reports.
Serve as Field Director and assistant to Principal Investigator.

Experience: Meet Secretary of Interior Professional Qualifications Standards
for Archeology (36 CFR 61); any others (history, architecture, etc.) a plus.
SOPA certification and/or RPA status definitely preferred. Section 106
training highly desirable. Really need someone sharp and dedicated with an
anthropology/archaeology/history background; we can work on Section 106
training etc. if you are new to the practice.

Other: Must be willing and able to travel. Firm has three offices in
Roseville (main), Oakland, and San Francisco. Use of personal vehicle
compensated (per mile rates).

Interested?: Send full vitae, letter of interest, and references to:

Mitchell R. Childress
ECORP Consulting
2100 Embarcadero Street
Oakland, CA 94606

electronic submissions may be sent to either of the following addresses:

mailto:michildres@...
mailto:mchildress@...

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Short project in SW Oregon

Sean Hess <schess@...>
 

Historical Research Associates (HRA) is trying to find up to 3 crew people for
a 4 day project in Tri City, Oregon, a small town along I-5 south of Roseburg.
The project includes excavation of up to 9 50x50 cm test pits in the ROW of a
natural gas pipeline. Work will begin as soon as an Oregon excavation permit
is secured, which is expected on 9/2 or 9/3. Crew members are expected to have
a good base of experience in Northwest archaeology and a willingness to work on
Labor Day, if necessary.

DO NOT REPLY TO THIS E-MAIL ADDRESS - all replies should be directed to Dr.
Sean Hess at <shess@...>. If you don't have e-mail, please call Dr.
Hess at (503) 261-0149.

Thanks.

^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
Sean Hess, Ph.D., RPA
Project Archaeologist
Historical Research Associates (HRA)
*Seattle Office*
119 Pine Street, Suite 207
Seattle, WA 98101
ph. (206) 343-0226
fax (206) 343-0226
http://www.hrassoc.com/
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*Portland Contact Point*
10910 N.E. Knott Street
Portland, OR 97220
ph. (503) 261-0149
fax (503) 261-8591
http://home1.gte.net/schess/index.html
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field work

Edward C. Kitson <kitson@...>
 

The University of Maine at Farmington, Archaeology Research Center is
looking to hire archaeological technicians for phase I survey in northern
Vermont. The project will last from 7 September to the end of the month.
Per diem provided, hourly wage dependent upon experience. For further
information contact

Richard Corey
207-778-7061
fax 207-778-7024

Employment Opportunity

R. Joe Brandon <rjoe_brandon@...>
 

Employment- (please excuse cross-posting)

Historic Archaeologist/Principal Investigator

HAR is currently seeking an individual to act as a Senior Historic
Archaeologist/Principal Investigator on various projects in the Midwestern
United States. The current position involves part-time employment on a
project by project basis and may evolve into a full-time position with
benefits. The minimum required professional qualifications are as follows:

1. Graduate degree in Archaeology, Anthropology or closely related field.

2. A minimum of one year supervised field and analytical experience in
general North American archaeology.

3. A minimum of one year full-time professional experience or equivalent
specialized training in archaeological research, administration or
management.

4. A minimum of one year full-time professional experience at a supervisory
level in the study of archaeological resources of the historic period.

5. Demonstrated ability to carry out research to completion.

Qualified applicants may submit a resume by September 20, 1999 in confidence
to:

Historic Archaeological Research
3223 Vincz Drive
Indianapolis, IN 46228
(317) 290-0168
http://www.har-indy.com

No e-mails please!

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job posting

R. Joe Brandon <rjoe_brandon@...>
 

Delivered-To: rjoe@...
From: "Letisha Luecking" <archeo1@...>
To: shovelbums@...
Subject: job posting
Date: Fri, 03 Sep 1999 12:52:22 PDT
Mime-Version: 1.0
Status: U


Please add this job to your job listing:

Please Post

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. in
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.


For more information, please send a resume and salary requirements to:
Ms. Deborah Ricardo-Lewis
R. Christopher Goodwin & Associates, Inc.
Attn: Personnel Department
5824 Plauche Street
New Orleans, LA 70123

Equal Opportunity Employer


Thank you,
Letisha Luecking
R. Christopher Goodwin & Assoc., Inc.
5824 Plauch St.
New Orleans, LA 70123
800-360-ARCH
rcgla@...

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SW work with Lone Mountain

R. Joe Brandon <rjoe_brandon@...>
 

Lone Mountain Archaeological Services, Inc. has several openings for
archaeological technicians and supervisory archaeologists/field directors
with experience in southwestern Colorado and southeastern Utah. The
successful candidates will be self-motivated, flexible, possess exceptional

field and office skills, and be dedicated to the maintenance of high
professional standards. Supervisory archaeologists/field directors should
be
permitted in the BLM Districts in these areas or will have the required
experience to become permitted immediately. Applicants with experience in

other areas of Colorado and Utah are encouraged to apply.


Required qualifications are:

B.A. or M.A. in archaeology / anthropology, with an understanding of
method
and theory.
Minimum of two years experience in cultural resource management (CRM),
with
demonstrated survey skills.
Demonstrated supervisory experience.
Ability to conduct basic cultural materials identification and in-field
lithic analysis.
Established field skills, including (but not limited to) experience with

compass, SLR cameras, transit, GPS.
Competence in reading topographic, aerial, and project maps.
Ability to draw accurate site maps and complete site forms.
Ability to write quickly, clearly and concisely, and to follow stylistic

guidelines.
Willingness to take direction from managers.
Ability and willingness to serve as in-field client contact.
Ability and willingness to teach and mentor crew members.
Ability to walk several miles per day under adverse conditions.

Lone Mountain Archaeological Services, Inc. is a rapidly growing, five year

old firm with offices in Albuquerque, New Mexico; El Paso, Texas; and
Tucson,
Arizona. We offer a comprehensive benefits package for salaried employees.


Please mail, fax, or email letter of interest, curriculum vita, and list of

references to:

Dr. Deni Seymour
Lone Mountain Archaeological Services, Inc.
2625 Pennsylvania Ave. NE, Suite 2000
Albuquerque, NM 87110

Phone: (505) 881-0011
Fax: (505) 881-0020
mailto:djslmas@...


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Principal Investigator, Pittsburgh, PA

Cheloveck@...
 

Hi Everyone from California,
Found this surfing.
C.

Idaho work in October

R. Joe Brandon <rjoe_brandon@...>
 

From ACRA-L

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Date: Wed, 8 Sep 1999 21:07:07 EDT
From: LN09990476@...
To: acra-l@...
Subject: Archaeological Survey Job
Message-ID: <8043566c.2508623b@...>

Applied Paleoscience is looking for a crewmember with archaeological
survey experience for a project in Hells Canyon (Oregon and Idaho). The
project will take place in October 1999. The survey is within the canyon and
involves transportation by boat to very steep and treacherous areas.
Experience with mapping, IMACS forms, and feature drawing is desirable.

Please call if interested: (509) 375-1481

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Re: Principal Investigator, Pittsburgh, PA

Cheloveck@...
 

Hi Again, All,



Found this surfing.

C.
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From:
Preserve/Net Opportunities
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Principal Investigator





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Position Announcement: Principal Investigator
Pittsburgh, PA

Skelly and Loy, Inc., an engineering and environmental consulting firm, has
immediate openings for archaeological Principal Investigators to work out of
our Pittsburgh, PA office. Projects include Phase I/II survey and testing and
Phase III data recovery at both prehistoric and historic sites. Applicants
must hold a graduate degree in anthropology and have a minimum of two years'
professional experience at the supervisory level on cultural resource
management projects. Strong organizational, technical and writing skills a
must. Experience in Great Lakes or Eastern United States culture history
required, with experience in Michigan, New York, New Jersey and Delaware a
plus. Applicant must also be flexible and able to work well with others in a
team environment.

Skelly and Loy offers competitive salary, benefits and advancement
opportunities.

Please send a current resume, a list of at least three recent references and
date of availability to:

Skelly and Loy, Inc.
520 Seco Road
Monroeville, PA 15146

Qualified Minority and/or Female Applicants are encouraged to apply
EOE/M/F/V/H
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Job posting

R. Joe Brandon <rjoe_brandon@...>
 

Delivered-To: rjoe@...
Date: Thu, 09 Sep 1999 15:33:31 -0700
From: "Gavin H. Archer" <garcher@...>
MIME-Version: 1.0
To: shovelbums@...
Subject: Job posting

I have a temporary field technician position and a temporary crew chief
position open for seven days of testing in Tucson, AZ in late September.
Subsequent opportunities are possible.

The field technician must have a Bachelor's degree, field school, and
demonstrated CRM field skills. The crew chief must have a Bachelor's
degree, field school, demonstrated CRM field skills, the ability to
supervise a field technician and a backhoe operator, and the ability to
work effectively without on-site supervision.

Applicants should send a resume to:

Gavin Archer
SWCA, Inc.
343 S. Scott Ave.
Tucson, AZ 85701
(520) 325-2033 (fax)
garcher@...
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HRA projects in Washington State need people!

Sean Hess <schess@...>
 

Historical Research Associates, Inc. (HRA) is seeking qualified field crew for
upcoming field projects throughout Washington State including surveys and test
excavations along the Lewis River in the southwestern part of the state, test
excavations at Ft. Lewis near Tacoma, and surveys and test excavations on the
Yakima Training Center near Ellensburg, Washington.

The surveys and test excavations along the Lewis River are slated to begin
October 4th, and HRA needs to hire six (6) archaeologists. The project
involves survey and testing of archaeological sites in and around reservoirs on
the Lewis River, and the project should last from Oct. 4th to Oct. 24th. The
other projects are to begin later this fall, with the excavations at the Yakima
Training Center coming sometime in the spring.

Please contact Dr. Sean Hess at HRA regarding your availability for these
projects at <shess@...>. DO NOT REPLY TO THIS MESSAGE. Dr. Hess can
also be reached at the numbers listed below.

Thanks.

^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
Sean Hess, Ph.D., RPA
Project Archaeologist
Historical Research Associates (HRA)
*Seattle Office*
119 Pine Street, Suite 207
Seattle, WA 98101
ph. (206) 343-0226
fax (206) 343-0249
http://www.hrassoc.com/
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*Portland Contact Point*
10910 N.E. Knott Street
Portland, OR 97220
ph. (503) 261-0149
fax (503) 261-8591
http://home1.gte.net/schess/index.html
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^

GAI Consultants Field Work

culture@...
 

GAI Consultants has Phase III field work for 2 projects,

East Steubenville Archaic Site- Approx 3 to 4 months
Lawrence County, Late Woodland Site- Approx 3 to 4 weeks

We also have a variety of smaller projects including field technician,
crew chief and lab work . All of the above may be running simultaneously.
Please call Anne at 1(800)292-6076. You may go ahead and fax a
resume to (412)372-2161 attention: Anne/Archaeology or mail a resume
to: GAI Consultants Inc.
Cultural Resources Department
570 Beatty Road
Monroeville, PA 15146

job announcement -> North Carolina

R. Joe Brandon <rjoe_brandon@...>
 

Joe, could you post the following announcement on the shovelbums
listserve.

TRC Garrow Associates, Inc. is currently hiring a qualified field
director and several qualified field technicians starting immediately
for Phase I survey work in North Carolina. Applicants for the field
director position must have a BA in Anthropology (MA preferred) or
related field and at least one year of supervisory experience.
Applicants for the field technician position must have a BA in
Anthropology or related field and a minimum of one year of field
experience. Anyone interested and available should mail, fax, or email
a current resume to Tracy Millis at:

TRC Garrow Associates, Inc.
6340 Quadrangle Drive, Suite 200
Chapel Hill, North Carolina 27514
(919) 419-7501 (fax)
tmillis@... (email)
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R. Joe Brandon
1-614-847-1202
http://www.cast.uark.edu/~rjoe
mailto:rjoe_brandon@...
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job announcement

R. Joe Brandon <rjoe_brandon@...>
 

Apologies if this is a repeat of this message. I am not sure that the
server sent it out the first time.

R. Joe Brandon

Joe, could you post the following announcement on the shovelbums
listserve.

TRC Garrow Associates, Inc. is currently hiring a qualified field
director and several qualified field technicians starting immediately
for Phase I survey work in North Carolina. Applicants for the field
director position must have a BA in Anthropology (MA preferred) or
related field and at least one year of supervisory experience.
Applicants for the field technician position must have a BA in
Anthropology or related field and a minimum of one year of field
experience. Anyone interested and available should mail, fax, or email
a current resume to Tracy Millis at:

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


thank you

--
Tracy L. Millis

Senior Archaeologist
TRC Garrow Associates, Inc.
6340 Quadrangle Drive, Suite 200
Chapel Hill, North Carolina 27514

(919) 419-7594 (voice)
(919) 419-7501 (fax)
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Ohio Archeology job

Lydia Kachadoorian <kachadol@...>
 

***Found this posting--don't ask me for any info--I know nothing about this.


US-OH-Cincinnati-Archeologist (Cultural Resource Manager)
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Looking for the remains of cultures, and doing field work. Willing to
travel
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Additional Information
Salary: $12.00 to $20.00 per hour
Position Type: Full Time, Contract, Permanent
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Contact Information
Andre' Jackson
ajackson@...
Environmental Staffing
2300 Wall St. Suite D
Cincinnati OH 45212
Ph: 513 924-2204
Fax: 513 924-2233

2 archaeological field positions available in Southern Maryland.

Galke@...
 

The Jefferson Patterson Park and Museum in Southern Maryland seeks applicants for the position of Archaeological Field Crew for a Phase I shovel test pit survey of a creek shoreline in historic Southern Maryland. The area is rich in prehistoric and historic sites. The successful applicant must be willing to work through dense underbrush in the variable climatic conditions that the seasons bring to this area. The project also includes the cleaning and cataloging of artifacts in the Maryland Archaeological Conservation Laboratory. The successful applicant should possess at least a general knowledge of prehistoric and historic material culture. The ability to work effectively as a team member is essential. The position will begin in mid-to-late October and will last through December, 1999. Hourly rate is $9.54. This is an unclassified state contractual position with no benefits. For additional information, contact Laura Galke at (410)-586-8556. To apply, please send resume and cover letter to Laura Galke, Jefferson Patterson Park and Museum, 10515 Mackall Rd., St. Leonard, MD. 20685.

The Jefferson Patterson Park and Museum in Southern Maryland seeks applicants for the position of Archaeological Field Crew Chief for a Phase I shovel test pit survey of a creek shoreline in historic Southern Maryland. The area is rich in prehistoric and historic sites. The Crew Chief will assist the Field Director in the supervision of up to 4 crew members, in both field and laboratory settings. The successful applicant must be willing to work through dense underbrush in the variable climatic conditions that the seasons bring to Southern Maryland. The successful applicant will participate in all aspects of field work and laboratory processing, including the cleaning and cataloging of artifacts in the Maryland Archaeological Conservation Laboratory. The successful applicant should have a general knowledge of prehistoric and historic material culture. The ability to work effectively as a team member is essential. The position will begin in mid-to-late October and last through December, 1999. Hourly rate is $9.90. This is an unclassified state contractual position with no benefits. For additional information, contact Laura Galke at (410)-586-8556. To apply, please send resume and a cover letter to Laura Galke, Jefferson Patterson Park and Museum, 10515 Mackall Rd., St. Leonard, MD. 20685.

Historic Architect Position

R. Joe Brandon <rjoe_brandon@...>
 

This came in from ACRA-L (American Cultural Resources Association). Which
if FYI you are not subscribed to and want to be kept aware of important
legal issues in archaeology, and interpretations of the compliance laws,
etc... then subscribe to this list (I recommend the digest version because
it can get chatty somedays). IMHO this is one of the best lists for
professional archaeologists to read regularly. - R. Joe

Date: Wed, 29 Sep 1999 09:16:13 -0600
From: Mary Huwa <mhuwa@...>
To: acra-l@...
Subject: Historic Architect Position
Message-ID: <37F22D3D.E1E033B2@...>

Historic Architect Positon Open
POSITION No. RIC/ARCH/11/15/99

Cultural resources position available with the Center for Ecological
Management of Military Lands to be assigned at Fort Richardson, Alaska,
to provide support for the U.S. Army cultural resources programs.
Position contingent upon the availability of funds.

MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS: U.S. citizenship. MS/MA historical architecture,
archeology, anthropology or closely related field. Three years
experience in cultural resources management, administration, or
research.

DESIRABLE IN ONE OR MORE OF THE FOLLOWING CRITERIA: Experience in
historical architecture documentation and research. Demonstrated
knowledge of traditional archeological surveying procedures. Experience
on military installations or with Army cultural resource management
programs. Experience operating personal computers and standard office
software (word processing, spreadsheets, graphics, etc.). Excellent
written and oral communication skills.

RESPONSIBILITIES: Protecting and conserving cultural resources in
USARAK control. Writing, updating, and implementing USARAK Cultural
Resources Management Plans. Conducting Section 106, NHPA consultation.
Conducting inventories of historic and prehistoric resources for
USARAK. Managing the NIKE Site Summit Historic District and the Ladd
Field National Historic Landmark. Coordinating the Ladd Field Hill
Historic Working Group. Conducting economic analysis of historic
buildings on USARAK posts. Coordinating mitigation required by the
State Historic Preservation Officer and the National Park Service.
Salary range $48,000-$53,000.

TO APPLY: Submit (1) letter of application noting position number and
responding specifically to each of the qualifications; (2) resume; (3)
one copy of transcripts from each college attended and documentation of
degree conferral; and (4) list of names, addresses, and telephone
numbers of four current or former supervisors. All materials must be
received in Room 110 Vo Ed Building no later than 4:30 p.m., November
15, 1999. Incomplete applications cannot be considered. Send to: Mrs.
Mary Huwa, CEMML, Colorado State University, Fort Collins, CO
80523-1500, voice (970) 491-6620. See complete listing of CEMML
available positions at http://www.cemml.colostate.edu. CSU is EEO/AA
employer.

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Arch Tech Opening

John Doershuk <John-Doershuk@...>
 

Immediate Opening--on-going Phase III project.

The Iowa Office of the State Archaeologist has one opening on an on-going
Phase III data recovery excavation at two Archaic period sites in Hardin
County, Iowa beginning ASAP and running through approximately Thanksgiving.
We have an opening because one of our technicians landed a computer
programming job with an insurance company (can you imagine!?).

If you have the appropriate skills, are available immediately, and
interested please contact me ASAP for details.

JFD


John F. Doershuk, Ph.D., RPA
Director, General Contracts Program
Office of the State Archaeologist
700 Clinton St., Iowa City, IA 52242-1030

Adjunct Assistant Professor--Anthropology
Adjunct Assistant Professor--American Indian and Native Studies Program

Ph. 319-384-0724
Fax 319-384-0768
http://www.uiowa.edu/~osa/

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Federal GS-12 position

R. Joe Brandon <rjoe_brandon@...>
 

From ACRA-L

Date: Fri, 1 Oct 1999 9:50:00 -0400
From: Sarah Bridges <Sarah.Bridges@...>
To: acra-l@... (Receipt Notification Requested)
Subject: Federal archaeologist position in Delaware
Message-ID: <37F4BC59.BB32.2874.000@MHS>

The Natural Resources Conservation Service in Dover, DE has advertised a GS-12
Cultural Resources Specialist position (Archaeologist Series 193) open to all
sources (status and non-status, which means applications may come from within
and outside of the Federal government). For information, please go to:
http://public.nrcs.usda.gov/vacancy/ on the internet. You may also call
thehuman resources staff in Dover at 302 678-4160. The position was posted on
September 27 and closes on October 18, 1999.

Sarah Bridges
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Arch Tech Opening--Closed

John Doershuk <John-Doershuk@...>
 

Last week I sent a note about "Immediate Opening--on-going Phase III
project...in Hardin County, Iowa." Thanks to all who responded,
"shovelbums" list is the best! The position has been successfully filled.

JFD


John F. Doershuk, Ph.D., RPA
Director, General Contracts Program
Office of the State Archaeologist
700 Clinton St., Iowa City, IA 52242-1030

Adjunct Assistant Professor--Anthropology
Adjunct Assistant Professor--American Indian and Native Studies Program

Ph. 319-384-0724
Fax 319-384-0768
http://www.uiowa.edu/~osa/

Visit our Cowan site web pages: http://www.uiowa.edu/~osa/research/Index.htm