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BRIC Seeking - On-call Field Technicians

Sharon Stitely
 

Seeking: On-call/Temporary Archeological Field Technicians

Email Resumes/CV directly to: recruiting@...

 

BRIC, a subsidiary of DDC, is currently and continually seeking qualified applicants for temporary, on-call Archaeological Field Technician positions to support ongoing and upcoming archaeological survey, excavation, and monitoring projects in New Mexico, Arizona and on the Navajo Nation. We have an immediate need for experienced temporary on-call archaeologists for multiple field work projects based out of our Albuquerque New Mexico office Wages will range from $18/hour to $22/hour, depending on experience, education and previous work. Candidates who can only work on-call or part-time are urged to apply. Primary duties will include assisting with background research, conducting archaeological surveys and construction monitoring projects. Work will include both one-day and multiple-day assignments. We anticipate that employment will begin immediately. While these are classified as temporary positions, we anticipate enough work to continue employment following initial projects. 

 

Company Website: http://ddc-dine.com/

 

Successful candidates should be motivated, resourceful, dedicated, and organized, and able to walk several miles per day over uneven terrain. All candidates will work under the supervision of a Field Director or Project Director.

 

Duties:

  • Technicians are responsible for performing common tasks associated with archaeological investigations and surveys
  • within the archaeological project area. These include, but not limited to:
  • Perform pedestrian walkover survey, controlled surface survey
  • Complete field related paperwork in a legible manner
  • May assist in technical site mapping, photography and feature and artifact documentation
  • Use of handheld GPS units for site mapping, and site form preparation.
  • All applicants must be able to walk up to 12 miles per day in difficult terrain and extreme weather carrying a 20-pound pack.
  • Monitoring of ground disturbing construction/activity; often for long hours and several weeks
  • Ability to be travel and be away from home for up to 10 days at a time
  • Successful candidates should be motivated, resourceful, dedicated, and organized, able to take direction, and contribute to a team.

 

Requirements:

  • A Bachelor's Degree in anthropology, archaeology, or a closely related field
  • Experience conducting archaeological survey in the Southwest
  • Have completed an accredited field school
  • Six (6) months field experience with a range of field methodologies, including survey, testing, excavation, and monitoring is preferred
  • Ability to work well in a team-based environment
  • Able to maintain a positive attitude while working in adverse conditions
  • Ability to travel to a location, walk and conduct fieldwork for long hours, sometimes in inclement weather, rugged terrain, often at high altitudes, and the ability to carry equipment and supplies weighing up to 40 pounds is required
  • Willing to travel overnight for an extended period of time
  • Current valid driver's license and a clean driving record

 

Preferred:

  • Strong writing skills
  • Familiarity with GPS units and digital data collection is a plus but not required.
  • Experience driving a four-wheeled drive vehicle off-road in or on rugged, backcountry roads
  • Familiarity with typical electrical utility operations and maintenance activities
  • Experience working around heavy machinery and communicating with maintenance crews

 

Terms:

This position is on-call, non-exempt (hourly), and not eligible for benefits such as medical, personal, vacation, sick, or holiday pay. Pay will be commensurate with the applicant’s experience. Camping may be required for certain projects and these will consist of an 8-day-on and 6-day-off schedule; however, a generous per diem will be provided for camping projects. When overtime work is required, the employee will be compensated with overtime pay in accordance with applicable laws. On one-day work assignments, employee will be reimbursed for mileage driven to and from field locations. On multiple-day assignments and when long distance travel is required (most projects) we pay travel time and provide vehicles or airfare. All lodging and per diem consistent with project location are provided. Advance per diem may be available on select projects. No receipts are required for reimbursed per diem.

San Diego County Temporary Field Technician Positions Available

Laura Guerra
 

ASM Affiliates, Inc. (ASM) is a 100% employee-owned, SB-certified, cultural resource management (CRM) firm with more than 40 years of experience providing environmental regulatory compliance services for federal agencies and private sector clients throughout the west. ASM employs a large number of highly qualified archaeologists, historians, architectural historians, GIS specialists, cultural anthropologists, ethnographers, technical specialists, and administrative staff in a dynamic workplace environment. ASM is always searching for motivated cultural resource professionals to be a part of our team to operate at various levels and capacities.

 

Projects

ASM Affiliates is currently seeking qualified field technicians for various ongoing projects in San Diego County. Upcoming projects may also potentially occur in Imperial, Riverside, and Orange counties as well. Hiring will occur on an as-needed basis per individual project until fully staffed. 

 

*The current projected workload consists primarily of local non-per diem jobs. The majority of the work will entail daily commuting to and from job sites throughout San Diego County, California with the occasional short duration project in adjacent counties (such as Imperial, Orange, Riverside, Los Angeles, and San Bernardino).

 

Field Staff/Monitors/Technician Qualifications

 

- Bachelor’s degree or higher in Archaeology/Anthropology (or AA degree/certificate with 10+ years’ experience)

- Archaeological field school or equivalent field work experience

- Be willing to work in and adapt to a variety of environments and challenging field conditions

- Excellent writing and communication skills

 

Work duties will be performed outdoors and may occasionally be located in remote backcountry environments. Duties may require hiking over long distances, standing for long durations, and the lifting and transport of loads up to 25 lbs.

 

For employment inquiries please send a cover letter indicating which position(s) you would like to be considered for, preferred work locale or branch service area, current CV, two references and contact information to: jobs@...

 

Visit ASM online at www.asmaffiliates.com

 

ASM is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

 

Laura Guerra

Administrative Assistant

ASM Affiliates • Carlsbad, CA


lguerra@...
www.asmaffiliates.com

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Lead Cultural Resources Monitor, Cultural Resource Consultants LLC, Anchorage, Alaska

Aubrey Morrison
 

Overview
Cultural Resource Consultants LLC (CRC) is now accepting applications for a Lead Cultural Resources Monitor for a construction monitoring project in Alaska. The work will begin in late May 2019 and will continue until November 2019.
The monitor can expect to work eight to ten hours per day, six days a week, with Sundays off. The successful candidate must be willing to live and work in a rural Alaskan village for a month or more at a time without a break. Monitors will be given one week off every six to eight weeks. CRC will provide transportation to and from Anchorage for scheduled breaks and at the beginning and end of the project.
The candidate must have good communication skills and the ability to work well with other archaeologists, local community members, and construction crews. The Lead Cultural Resources Monitor will be responsible for working closely with the project superintendent, supervising a second archaeological monitor, and staying in close contact with the CRC office in Anchorage.
Qualifications
Applicants must:
· Have a master’s degree in Anthropology or Archaeology.
· Have a minimum of two years of experience in cultural resource management, with preference given to applicants with experience in Alaska.
· Have experience monitoring construction excavations.
· Be comfortable working in cold and wet conditions and have the ability to stand for up to 10 hours per day.
· Be able to work well with a team in challenging living and weather conditions.
· Be resilient and willing to live in an Alaskan village for several weeks at a time.
· Be a self-starter and capable of managing expenses, hours, and field notes.
· Have strong technical writing skills.
Compensation
The successful candidate will be paid an hourly wage that is commensurate with experience. The monitor will also earn overtime. The amount of overtime will vary, but will generally fall between 8 and 14 hours per week.
Additional Information
Interested candidates should e-mail a resume and references to Michael Yarborough, Senior Archaeologist, at mry@....
For more information on Cultural Resource Consultants LLC, please visit our website at www.crcalaska.com.

Cultural Resources Monitor, Cultural Resource Consultants LLC, Anchorage, Alaska

Aubrey Morrison
 

Overview
Cultural Resource Consultants LLC (CRC) is now accepting applications for a Cultural Resources Monitor for a construction monitoring project in Alaska. The work will begin in May 2019 and will continue until November 2019.
The monitor will work eight to ten hours per day, six days a week, with Sundays off. The work schedule is based on the construction schedule and is subject to change. The successful candidate must be willing to live and work in a rural Alaskan village for a month or more at a time without a break. Monitors will be given one week off every six to eight weeks. CRC will provide transportation to and from Anchorage for scheduled breaks and at the beginning and end of the project.
The candidate must have good communication skills and the ability to work well with other archaeologists, local community members, and construction crews. The Cultural Resources Monitor will work with and report to a Lead Cultural Resources Monitor who meets the Secretary of the Interior standards for archaeology.
Qualifications
Applicants must:
· Have a bachelor’s degree in Anthropology or Archaeology.
· Have a minimum of two years of experience in cultural resource management, with preference given to applicants with experience in Alaska.
· Have experience monitoring construction excavations.
· Be comfortable working in cold and wet conditions and have the ability to stand for up to 10 hours per day.
· Be able to work well with a team in challenging living and weather conditions.
· Be resilient and willing to live in an Alaskan village for several weeks at a time.
Compensation
The successful candidate will be paid an hourly wage that is commensurate with experience. The monitor will also earn overtime. The amount of overtime will vary, but will generally fall between 8 and 14 hours per week.
Additional Information
Interested candidates should e-mail a resume and references to Michael Yarborough, Senior Archaeologist, at mry@....
For more information on Cultural Resource Consultants LLC, please visit our website at www.crcalaska.com.

San Luis Obispo, CA Field Technician Positions Available Immediately

Jennifer Barbee
 



ARCHAEOLOGICAL FIELD TECHNICIANS


Applied EarthWorks, Inc. (AE) has several immediate openings for Archaeological Field Technicians in San Luis Obispo (“SLO”) and the central coast of California. AE is a consulting firm specializing in history, archaeology, cultural resources management (CRM) and paleontology.

 

Field technicians are responsible for carrying out pre-development field surveys and monitoring in support of a wide variety of construction projects. Duties may also include site testing and evaluation, and data recovery.

 

Local candidates preferred. Pay will be commensurate with experience. When applicable, per diem and lodging will be provided. 

 

Skill Requirements:

·         At least 1 year of experience with archaeological survey, construction monitoring, or excavation.

·        Prior experience in California and completion of an archaeology field school.

·        Knowledge of and basic operation of GPS technology.

·        Valid driver’s license, with the willingness to drive in “off-road” conditions.

·     Applicants must be physically fit & able to handle strenuous field conditions in sometimes adverse weather. Fieldwork may entail hiking on rugged terrain and steep slopes or require standing or walking for long periods of time throughout the day.

·        Local candidates strongly preferred. HAZWOPER certification highly desired.

·        Pre-employment drug screening may apply for specific project assignments.

 

Education and Experience:

Bachelor’s degree in Archaeology, Anthropology, or closely related field. Prior experience in California required.

 

Apply Now:

 

Please submit a letter of interest, resumé/CV, and a list of three references with contact information to Human Resources at info@.... Please reference “Field Tech - SLO” in the subject line. No phone calls please.

See the Careers section on our website at www.appliedearthworks.com for other opportunities.

AE is an equal opportunity employer.  All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to age, ancestry, color, disability (mental or physical), gender identity or expression, genetic information, marital status, medical condition, military veteran status, national origin, political affiliation, pregnancy, race, religion or creed, sex, sexual orientation, or any other factor that is not related to the job. 

Utah Field Archaeologists

Ron Van Ommeren
 

EcoPlan Associates, Inc., a natural and cultural resources consulting firm with headquarters in Mesa, Arizona, is accepting applications for archaeological field positions for the 2019 spring through fall field season in Utah. The ideal applicant will have a bachelor’s degree (or higher) in anthropology and six months of experience in archaeological survey, prehistoric and historic-period site documentation, use of handheld GPS units for site mapping, and site form preparation. All applicants must be able to walk up to 12 miles per day in difficult terrain and extreme weather carrying a 20-pound pack. Some surveys will require overnight camping in remote locations. EcoPlan especially values a commitment to effective communication, teamwork, and quality in all aspects of archaeological fieldwork, including mapping, note taking, and digital photography. Hourly wage will range from $16/hour to $20/hour, depending on experience and education; lodging and per diem will be paid. Some projects may require camping. EcoPlan will give first consideration to residents of Utah with substantial Utah field experience.
Applicants may email a cover letter and resume to: ecoplan@...
Ron van Ommeren
EcoPlan Associates, Inc.
3610 N. Prince Village Place, Suite 140
Tucson, AZ 85719
office: 520.624.4326 ext 126
cell:     303.594.9699
 
 
 

Cultural Resource Project Manager

PaleoWest Archaeology
 

Want to work for one of the largest, most innovative Cultural Resource Management (CRM) firms in the United States? Want to work on rewarding projects using industry-leading technologies? Want to live in one of the fastest-growing cities in the nation, where it’s cloudy fewer than 70 days per year? If so, please read on! 

 

PaleoWest Archaeology is a solution driven archaeological 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 its fragile resources, and promoting professional development within the framework of innovation and forward thinking. We are currently seeking a Cultural Resource Project Manager for our Phoenix 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 a variety of federal, state, and municipal ordinances for our clients. Candidates must have a Master’s degree in anthropology, archaeology, or a closely related field and 10 years of demonstrated professional experience working on and leading archaeological survey, testing, and data recovery projects. Experience with the archaeology and history of the American Southwest is preferred.

 

Desired knowledge, skills, and abilities include:

 

  • Excellent oral and written communication skills
  • Knowledge of federal, state, and municipal regulations pertaining to cultural resources
  • Managing archaeological projects in Arizona and, preferably, adjacent states
  • Ability to be permitted on federal and Arizona-state permits
  • Demonstrated experience writing and preparing technical reports (cultural records reviews, surveys, historic property treatment plans, testing, monitoring, and comprehensive data recovery reports)
  • Experience developing and overseeing project budgets and proposals
  • Ability to lead field crews on survey, testing, monitoring, and data recovery projects
  • Experience managing simple to complex survey and excavation projects

 

The successful candidate will work in our Phoenix office most days. However, the candidate will also oversee local and non-local field projects and should be able and willing to travel throughout Arizona and, potentially, 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. If you are interested in joining our rapidly growing team of professionals, please email a current resume, cover letter, at least two professional references, and two professional writing samples to work@... using the subject line: Cultural Resources Phoenix Project Manager.

 

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.

Cultural Resource Principal Investigator

PaleoWest Archaeology
 

Want to work for one of the largest, most innovative CRM firms in the United States? Want to work on rewarding projects using industry-leading technologies? Want to live in one of the fastest-growing cities in the nation, where it’s cloudy fewer than 70 days per year? If so, please read on! 

 

PaleoWest Archaeology is a solution driven archaeological 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 its fragile resources, and promoting professional development within the framework of innovation and forward thinking. We are currently seeking a Cultural Resource Principal Investigator for our Phoenix 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 a variety of federal, state, and municipal ordinances for our clients. Preference will be given to candidates with a Ph.D. in anthropology. However, candidates with a Master’s degree in anthropology and 15 years of demonstrated experience will also be considered. Experience with the archaeology and history of the American Southwest is required.

 

Desired knowledge, skills, and abilities include:

 

  • Excellent oral and written communication skills
  • Knowledge of federal, state, and municipal regulations pertaining to cultural resources
  • Experience in Arizona and, preferably, adjacent states
  • Ability to be permitted as a Principal Investigator on federal and Arizona-state permits
  • Experience preparing a variety of technical reports (including treatment plans and comprehensive data recovery reports)
  • Experience serving as a Principal Investigator on survey, testing, and data recovery projects
  • Experience developing and overseeing project budgets and proposals

 

The successful candidate will work closely with our Office Principal and other senior staff in our Phoenix office. 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. If you are interested in joining our rapidly growing team of professionals, please email a current resume, cover letter, at least two professional references, and two writing samples to jobs@... using the subject line: Phoenix Principal Investigator.

 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.

 

Cultural Resource Senior Project Manager

PaleoWest Archaeology
 

Want to work for one of the largest, most innovative CRM firms in the United States? Want to work on rewarding projects using industry-leading technologies? Want to live in one of the fastest-growing cities in the nation, where it’s cloudy fewer than 70 days per year? If so, please read on! 

 

PaleoWest Archaeology is a solution driven archaeological 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 its fragile resources, and promoting professional development within the framework of innovation and forward thinking. We are currently seeking a Senior Project Manager for our Phoenix 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 a variety of federal, state, and municipal ordinances for our clients. Candidates must minimally have a Master’s degree in anthropology, archaeology, or a closely related field and 10 years of demonstrated professional experience working on survey, testing, and data recovery projects. Experience with the archaeology and history of the American Southwest is preferred.

 

Desired knowledge, skills, and abilities include:

 

  • Excellent oral and written communication skills
  • Knowledge of federal, state, and municipal regulations pertaining to cultural resources
  • Experience in Arizona and, preferably, adjacent states
  • Ability to be permitted on federal and Arizona state permits
  • Experience preparing a variety of technical reports (including treatment plans and comprehensive data recovery reports)
  • Experience developing and overseeing project budgets and proposals
  • Ability to lead field crews on survey, testing, and data recovery projects
  • Experience managing simple to complex survey and excavation projects

 

The successful candidate will work in our Phoenix office most days. However, the candidate will also oversee local and non-local field projects and should be able and willing to travel throughout Arizona and, potentially, adjacent states. Salary will be commensurate with experience and bonuses will be offered for exceptional performance. Our benefits package includes health insurance, a matching 401(k) program, personal time off, telecommuting, and a flexible work schedule. If you are interested in joining our rapidly growing team of professionals, please email a current resume, cover letter, at least two professional references, and two writing samples to work@... using the subject line: Sr. Phoenix Project Manager.

 

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.

Cultural Resource Field Director

PaleoWest Archaeology
 

Want to work for one of the largest, most innovative CRM firms in the United States? Want to work on rewarding projects using industry-leading technologies? Want to live in one of the fastest-growing cities in the nation, where it’s cloudy fewer than 70 days per year? If so, please read on! 

 

PaleoWest Archaeology is a solution driven archaeological 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 its fragile resources, and promoting professional development within the framework of innovation and forward thinking. We are currently seeking a Cultural Resource Field Director for our Phoenix 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 candidate will oversee local and non-local field projects and should be able and willing to travel throughout Arizona and, potentially, 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. If you are interested in joining our rapidly growing team of professionals, please email a current resume, cover letter, at least two professional references, and two writing samples to jobs@... using the subject line: Phoenix Field Director.

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.

Lead Biologist - Career Opportunity with Redhorse Corporation - Edwards AFB, CA

Patricia Merino
 

Lead Biologist

 

About the organization

 

Now is a great time to join Redhorse Corporation. Redhorse specializes in developing and implementing creative strategies and solutions with private, state, and federal customers in the areas of cultural and environmental resources services, climate and energy change, information technology, and intelligence services. We are hiring creative, motivated, and talented people with a passion for doing what's right, what's smart, and what works.  

 

Position Description 

 

Redhorse Corporation is seeking a Lead Biologist who will work on-site at the customer's facility at Edwards Air Force Base, CA to perform services in support of natural resource management and in compliance with the Sikes Act, Endangered Species Act (ESA); other applicable federal, state, and local laws and regulations; and related DoD and AF directives (including AFI 32-7064).

 

Primary Responsibilities for the Lead Biologist include:

 

  • Focusing  on leading the natural resources/biological team, acting as senior scientist/project manager, and collaborating with the biological staff on field work, research, report writing and QA/QC review.
  • The Lead Biologist will communicate directly with the client, manage work assignments to team members, and provide technical oversight and mentorship.
  • The natural resource management services shall include, but are not limited to, support of the AF Environmental Impact Analysis Program (EIAP); supporting preparation of updates to, and implementation of, installation INRMP; land management actions; fish and wildlife management activity support; hunting/fishing/trapping program support, to include program brochure and map preparation; inventory and monitoring of threatened and endangered species and other species of concern; species at risk habitat improvement projects; invasive species inventory and control, to include nuisance wildlife, feral animal and noxious weed control.
  • Other services in support of natural resource management include restoration and cleanup activities; providing training to natural resources and installation personnel, preparation of course material and natural resources program brochures suitable for installation wide distribution; Findings of No Practicable Alternatives and Biological Assessments; and services in support of ESA Section 7 Consultations and Biological Opinion requirements.

Basic Minimum Requirements for Skills, Experience, Education and Credentials include:

  • Bachelor of Science (BS) in biology, botany, ecology or other biological science undergraduate degree and 10+ years of relevant experience.  Master of Science (MS) in a biological science field and 8+ years of relevant experience preferred
  • Must have work history leading and conducting biological field work and natural resources management.
  • Must have experience managing teams and working directly with client.
  • Must have DoD experience.
  • Must be a Section 10(A)(1)(a) permitted biologist authorized to handle the desert tortoise with a clear understanding of USFWS protocol and familiarity with the Desert Tortoise Recovery Plan or have immediate plans to become a permitted biologist.
  • Upon hiring the applicant must be able to pass a federal background check required prior to gaining access to unclassified government computer work stations.
  • Applicant must provide examples of written biological reports.
  • Experience working in the Mojave Desert ecosystem and the ability to work long days in a wide range of weather conditions.
  • Plant and plant community identification skills for species common to the Mojave Desert or experience in plant identification in other desert ecosystems with an aptitude for collecting habitat quality assessment data and determining habitat trends and changes in species distribution and population.
  • Experience with both chemical and non-chemical pest management planning activities. 
  • Experience utilizing camera traps to monitor small mammals, specifically the Mohave ground squirrel.
  • A working knowledge of standard office computer software (Excel, Word, PowerPoint, Access).
  • Knowledge and experience with mapping software (ArcGIS).
  • Experience navigating and collecting data using GPS technology.

Redhorse Corporation shall, in its discretion, modify or adjust the position to meet Redhorse’s changing needs.

 

This job description is not a contract and may be adjusted as deemed appropriate in Redhorse’s sole discretion.

 

Keywords: biology, botany, ecology, natural resources, desert tortoise, USFWS, ecosystem, mammals, Mohave ground squirrel, ArcGIS, GPS

 

EOE/M/F/Vet/Disabled

 

 

Best,

 

Patricia Merino
Talent Acquisition - Administrator
Redhorse Corporation
patricia.merino@...
www.redhorsecorp.com

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Redhorse Corporation

 

Mid-Level Archaeologist - Career Opportunity with Redhorse Corporation - Edwards AFB, CA

Patricia Merino
 

Mid-level Archaeologist

 

About the organization

 

Now is a great time to join Redhorse Corporation. Redhorse specializes in developing and implementing creative strategies and solutions with private, state, and federal customers in the areas of cultural and environmental resources services, climate and energy change, information technology, and intelligence services. We are hiring creative, motivated, and talented people with a passion for doing what's right, what's smart, and what works.  

 

Position Description 

 

Redhorse Corporation is seeking a Mid-level Archaeologist who will work on-site at the customer's facility at Edwards Air Force Base, CA to provide cultural resource management, compliance, and consultation services.  

 

Primary Responsibilities for the Mid-Level Archaeologists include:

 

  • Focusing on working closely with the lead archaeologist to provide assistance with cultural resources surveys, evaluations, and reports.
  • The Mid-level Archaeologist will communicate directly with the lead archaeologist and be involved with tasks that may include monitoring cultural resources; evaluating archaeological sites to determine their eligibility for listing on the National Register of Historic Places (NRHP); conducting Phase I archaeological surveys; conducting Phase II evaluations; maintenance of archaeological data across several databases; and utilization of GIS and GPS.
  • The position will augment existing customer capabilities, work in a team framework, and be an on-site specialist to assist with the cultural resources program.
  • Services shall include cultural resources management by performing professional archaeological, historic, and cultural studies, such as contextual studies, archaeological inventory and evaluation; archaeological site monitoring and protection; and performing cultural resources sample or modeling surveys, Great Basin curation (curator) facility experience a plus.

Basic Minimum Requirements for Skills, Experience, Education and Credentials include:

  • Bachelor of Science (BS) in biology, botany, ecology
  • Must have at Masters degree in anthropology or archaeology
  • Minimum of 7 years of experience working in the Great Basin in Archaeological survey and/or excavation
  • Must have work history conducting archaeological field work
  • Must have experience working with the Department of Defense
  • Working knowledge of National Historic Preservation Act (NHPA), the Archaeological Resources Protection Act (ARPA), Native American Graves Protection and Repatriation Act (NAGPRA); other applicable federal, state and local laws and regulations; and related DoD and AF directives (including DoDI 4715.16; DoDI 4710.02; and AFI 32-7065).
  • Working knowledge of standard office computer software (e.g. Excel, Word, PowerPoint, Access, etc.).
  • Working knowledge of GIS computer software (ArcGIS).
  • Experience working in the Mojave Desert and the ability to work long days in a wide range of weather conditions including extreme heat.
  • Knowledge and experience with mapping software (ArcMap).
  • Experience navigating and collecting data using GPS technology.
  • Must possess or be able to obtain a standard California Driver’s License, be able to work in extreme climatic conditions, be able to walk long distances, work with minimal supervision, use GPS technology, read maps, and be skilled in North American compliance Archaeological techniques and practices.
  • Upon hiring the applicant must be able to pass a federal background check required prior to gaining access to unclassified government computer work stations.
  • Occasional weekend work

 

Redhorse Corporation shall, in its discretion, modify or adjust the position to meet Redhorse’s changing needs.

This job description is not a contract and may be adjusted as deemed appropriate in Redhorse’s sole discretion.

Keywords: biology, botany, ecology, natural resources, archaeological surveys, Great Basin, ArcGIS, ARCMap, GPS, excavation

 

EOE/M/F/Vet/Disabled

 

Use URL to submit employment application online: Mid-Level Archaeologist  

 

 

Best,

 

Patricia Merino
Talent Acquisition - Administrator
Redhorse Corporation
patricia.merino@...
www.redhorsecorp.com

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Field Techs needed for Georgia, Alabama, Mississippi and Louisiana work

Kristi Jackson
 

TerraXplorations, Inc is seeking qualified candidates for Field Techs needed for Georgia, Alabama, Mississippi and Louisiana  work. . Compensation will be competitive and commensurate with experience and education.

We prefer applicants have a bachelor’s degree in Archaeology, Anthropology, or a closely related field; or at least one-year professional experience in Cultural Resource Management and the ability to perform strenuous work summer conditions.

To apply, send a CV/resume along with three professional references to hr@... and please put "Field Tech Application” in the subject line.

 

GIS Analyst (Archaeologist), DUKE CRM, Irvine, CA

Curt Duke
 

 

DUKE Cultural Resources Management, LLC (DUKE CRM) is hiring for the position below:

 

Job Title: GIS Analyst (Archaeologist)

Pay: Negotiable

Location: Irvine, CA

 

 

Job Description

DUKE CRM is seeking an experienced and qualified GIS Analyst to manage our GIS data and produce report-quality maps. This is a part- to full-time, hourly position. The position has professional responsibilities in the office, with occasional visits to projects and our Inland Empire office to train field technicians on and configure GPS units. Daily responsibilities include updating spatial data, maintaining GIS files and databases, maintaining the company web map application through ArcGIS online, creating and exporting report-ready maps, georeferencing and analyzing historic maps for research, using GIS tools to process data, writing and editing scripts, creating models in model builder, organizing GIS files through ArcCatalog, creating and updating GPS data dictionaries, editing maps in Adobe Creative Suite programs, and processing CAD data. The successful candidate will typically work 16-40 hours per week, depending on workload. Overtime is possible and at times, mandatory. NOTE: If the candidate is a qualified archaeologist, full-time work is available. Please include any archaeological experience on your CV when applying.

 

Preferred Professional Skills/Experience

  • B.A. or M.A. in Geography, Anthropology, or related discipline.
  • 1+ years of GIS education (Certification, B.A., or M.A.).
  • 2+ years of experience in professional GIS work with an emphasis in archaeology/environmental sciences.
  • Expertise in ArcMap 10.5, 10.6, and/or 10.7 creating GIS layers, editing data, and making maps.
  • Expertise in georeferencing maps.
  • Expertise in data management including file and database skills.
  • Knowledge of GPS data collection software configuration (Mobile Mapper, ArcPad and/or TerraSync).
  • Familiarity with Microsoft Office products (Word, Excel, Access, and Outlook).
  • Familiarity with Adobe Acrobat Professional, Photoshop, and Illustrator.
  • Actively engaged in learning the latest GIS tools.

 

Personal Skills and Attributes

  • Strong organizational skills and time management.
  • Good problem-solving ability and analytical skills.
  • A deep capacity for creative thinking on archaeological and GIS questions/issues.
  • Excellent verbal, interpersonal, and written communication.
  • Ability to work effectively in multi-disciplinary teams and independently.
  • A focus toward fulfilling client objectives.
  • A desire to excel and a passion for working on complex and challenging projects.

 

About DUKE CRM

DUKE CRM is a growing CRM firm based in Irvine, with a second office in the Inland Empire. We offer a relaxed, flexible, yet professional, work environment. We encourage our employees to excel and advance in all aspects. DUKE CRM is an equal opportunity employer. We offer competitive pay and benefits to match. Benefits include Medical/Dental/Vision, paid-time-off (sick, vacation, and holiday), life insurance, performance bonuses, and publication bonuses.

 

To Apply: Email a cover letter highlighting your qualifications, a CV, and references to Curt Duke at curt@....

 

 

 

Curt Duke, M.A., RPA

Duke Cultural Resources Management

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18 Technology Dr., Ste. 103

Irvine, CA 92618

949-356-6660

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Archaeological Field Director/Crew Chief - CO

Jacey West
 

Archaeological Field Director/Crew Chief – Colorado

 

Logan Simpson currently seeks a full-time Archaeological Field Director/ Crew Chief to work remotely in Colorado. The majority of projects will be in western and southwestern Colorado.

Qualifications include possessing or the ability to obtain current permits with a variety of public land managing agencies, with emphasis on the BLM Colorado. Duties and responsibilities include supervising field crew; coordinating logistics; demonstrable expertise supervising all aspects of cultural resources survey, site recording, and evaluations; and archaeological testing and data recovery. Candidates should be familiar with the completion of survey and excavation forms, operating GPS units with a data recorder, and conducting quality control/quality assurance reviews of data. The ideal candidate will possess knowledge of federal cultural resources regulations, the ability to coordinate and communicate with agencies and clients, and manage budgets and schedules.

Capability of supervising cultural resources survey and other archaeological projects in remote locations and over steep terrain, a clean driving record, and the ability to work out-of-town are also essential. A proven research interest in the region is a plus.

Requirements include:

·         Bachelor’s or Master’s degree in Anthropology or closely related field or equivalent experience;

·         3+ years of archaeology consulting or agency experience;

·         Proficiency with technical writing and Microsoft Office products;

·         Ability to demonstrate written and verbal communication skills, and demonstrable experience independently preparing complex technical documents for a full range of various cultural resources projects.

Logan Simpson offers a comprehensive benefit package and a competitive salary. If interested, please apply below and attach a resume and a cover letter that includes salary requirements.

Logan Simpson is an EEO/Affirmative Action Employer

M/F/Disability/Veteran/E-Verify

 

 

Jacey West

HR Coordinator

 

Logan Simpson

51 W. 3rd St., Ste. 450

Tempe, AZ 85281

P 480-967-1343

F 480-966-9232

 

jwest@...

www.logansimpson.com

 

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GIS Analyst - Tempe

Jacey West
 

GIS ANALYST – Tempe

Logan Simpson, an environmental planning, cultural resources, and landscape architectural design firm, is looking for a GIS Analyst to work in our Tempe, Arizona office – supporting the statewide Cultural Resources Group.

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The ideal candidate will have proven technical experience in communicating archaeological spatial data using ArcGIS and preparing and reviewing complex GIS products. Additionally they will have extensive use and knowledge of mapping standards and practices, and a strong data analysis background with both vector and raster data types are essential. Some fieldwork away from the office may be required.

 

Required Qualifications:

·         Bachelor’s degree in Geography, Geographical Information Systems, Anthropology, or a graduate GIS certificate.

·         2 years minimum relevant experience.

·         Demonstrated Microsoft Access/FileMaker Pro experience.

·         Familiarity with ArcGIS Desktop Suite.

·         Experience with Trimble TerraSync, Pathfinder Office, Positions Desktop, and/or other GPS software, and equipment.

·         Excellent written/verbal communication and strong interpersonal skills. 

·         Exceptional attention to detail and quality control is a must!

 

Preferred Qualifications:

·         Experience with archaeology and/or cultural resources management.

·         Experience with archaeological spatial data collection and production of archaeological maps and graphics.

·         Experience with Adobe Illustrator, AutoCAD, all ESRI ArcGIS products, including Collector for ArcGIS.

·         Experience with set-up and operation of Total Station.

·         Familiarity with Python scripting or ModelBuilder.

·         Masters in GIS, Geography or Anthropology with relevant GIS coursework preferred.

 

Logan Simpson offers a comprehensive benefit package and a competitive salary. If interested, please apply online at http://logansimpson.com/about/careers/ and attach a resume and a cover letter that includes salary requirements.

 

Logan Simpson is an EEO/Affirmative Action Employer

M/F/Disability/Veteran/E-Verify

 

{Updated: Application Link} Archaeological Field Director/Crew Chief - CO

Jacey West
 

 

 

http://logansimpson.com/about/careers/archaeological-field-director-crew-chief-colorado/

Archaeological Field Director/Crew Chief – Colorado

 

Logan Simpson currently seeks a full-time Archaeological Field Director/ Crew Chief to work remotely in Colorado. The majority of projects will be in western and southwestern Colorado.

Qualifications include possessing or the ability to obtain current permits with a variety of public land managing agencies, with emphasis on the BLM Colorado. Duties and responsibilities include supervising field crew; coordinating logistics; demonstrable expertise supervising all aspects of cultural resources survey, site recording, and evaluations; and archaeological testing and data recovery. Candidates should be familiar with the completion of survey and excavation forms, operating GPS units with a data recorder, and conducting quality control/quality assurance reviews of data. The ideal candidate will possess knowledge of federal cultural resources regulations, the ability to coordinate and communicate with agencies and clients, and manage budgets and schedules.

Capability of supervising cultural resources survey and other archaeological projects in remote locations and over steep terrain, a clean driving record, and the ability to work out-of-town are also essential. A proven research interest in the region is a plus.

Requirements include:

·         Bachelor’s or Master’s degree in Anthropology or closely related field or equivalent experience;

·         3+ years of archaeology consulting or agency experience;

·         Proficiency with technical writing and Microsoft Office products;

·         Ability to demonstrate written and verbal communication skills, and demonstrable experience independently preparing complex technical documents for a full range of various cultural resources projects.

Logan Simpson offers a comprehensive benefit package and a competitive salary. If interested, please apply below and attach a resume and a cover letter that includes salary requirements.

Logan Simpson is an EEO/Affirmative Action Employer

M/F/Disability/Veteran/E-Verify

 

 

Jacey West

HR Coordinator

 

Logan Simpson

51 W. 3rd St., Ste. 450

Tempe, AZ 85281

P 480-967-1343

F 480-966-9232

 

jwest@...

www.logansimpson.com

 

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Wisconsin: Potawatomi Assistant Tribal Historic Preservation Officer

Terrance Brown
 

 

 

https://www.fcpotawatomi.com/job/assistant-tribal-historic-preservation-officer/

 

Direct hire, Great benefits, Premium free health care, 401K Match, 5 weeks of PTRO to start, 4 day work week.

POSITION TITLE: Assistant Tribal Historic Preservation Officer
CLASSIFICATION: Non-Exempt
DEPARTMENT: Natural Resources
SUPERVISOR: Tribal Historic Preservation Officer
GRADE: NE9

Summary:

Provides support and assistance to the Tribal Historic Preservation Officer (THPO) with various aspects of cultural resource preservation program operations, initiatives and projects.

Duties and Responsibilities:

  1. Prepares formal letters and/or reports, organizes data, completes forms and record searches for THPO review
  2. Participates in cultural resources fieldwork and monitoring, assisting with project evaluation, coordination, and recording site record information
  3. Reviews materials submitted for THPO attention, ensuring that all relevant data, files, signatures checks and documentation are included
  4. Performs administrative duties including data entry, faxing, scanning, copying and filing.
  5. Assists THPO in grant writing and fund raising
  6. Conducts independent reviews of federally funded or permitted projects under Section 106 as directed. Coordinates legal reviews and consultations as necessary
  7. Serves as the program supervisor in the absence of the THPO
  8. Assist THPO in creation of educational materials for community outreach
  9. Coordinate and organize Historic and Cultural Preservation Review Board meetings

Requirements (Education, Experience, Knowledge, Skills, Abilities):

  • High School Diploma and one year related experience and/or training in historic preservation field
  • Experience and knowledge in Potawatomi historical and cultural practices
  • Must possess Cultural Resources Management/Archeological Paraprofessional Certification, or complete within 1 year of hire
  • Must successfully complete Section 106 Basic Compliance training within 1 year of hire
  • Must successfully complete NAGPRA/ARPA training within first or second year of hire, as available
  • Must possess and maintain a valid driver’s license
  • Experience and knowledge of Geographic Information Systems (GIS) preferred
  • Ability to travel for meetings and conferences

Physical Demands

Lift / Carry 50# Occasional Walk Frequent Twist Occasional
Lift / Carry 25# Occasional Stand Frequent Bend Occasional
Pull Occasional Sit Frequent Climb Occasional
Push Occasional Crawl Occasional Drive Occasional
Hear Constant Heights Occasional Operate Heavy Equipment  
See Constant Enclosed Space Occasional Not Applicable

 

Apply for Job

 

Terrance Brown

Forest County Potawatomi Human Resources Department

Recruiter

PO Box 340

Crandon, WI 54520

 

 

Email: terrance.brown@...

 

Job posting

Jim Colburn
 

Highway Archeologist – Lincoln, Nebraska

Closes 4/19/19

Apply at: https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/nebraska/jobs/2408287/highway-archeologist

 

History Nebraska is seeking a motivated and skilled archeologist to identify and evaluate archeologically significant areas in Nebraska and prepare reports in accordance with project needs and established procedures. This archeologist will work in coordination with the Highway Archeology Program Manager and other project staff. The majority of work will involve tasks related to regulations developed for the National Historic Preservation Act and in particular Section 106 of the Act. History Nebraska is a statewide educational institution that connects people to the past through our library and research center, conservation facility, interpretive sites, and the state archeology and historic preservation offices. History Nebraska preserves and interprets our state's past, contributes to the education of its citizens, and uses the tools of history to shape a better future for all Nebraskans. History Nebraska has a longstanding partnership with the Nebraska Department of Transaction (NDOT). Through this partnership, the program's staff have evaluated over 1,000 proposed highway improvements, and discovered over 200 previously unrecorded archeological sites. The two organizations will continue to work together to preserve history and advance our understanding of past cultures. 

Job location is 5050 North 32nd, Lincoln, NE

 

Examples of Work

• Identifies archeological sites and assess their significance and integrity through background research, field survey, testing, and excavation.
• Manages archeological fieldwork to include the completion of field notes, forms, maps, profile drawings and other documentation, and the preparation of all related collections for curation.
• Gathers spatial data using Trimble GPS units or Total Station equipment. Produce technical maps with ESRI ArcGIS software (ArcMap 10.x, ArcGIS Pro).
• Evaluates proposed construction projects for their potential effects on cultural resources, in coordination with staff architectural historians.
• Prepare technical reports relating to archeological surveys and excavations. 

 

Qualifications / Requirements

REQUIREMENTS:  Bachelor's Degree in Anthropology with graduate work or experience on North American archaeology; 2 years archeological field and/or laboratory experience.

PREFERRED: Master's degree in anthropology, archeology, or a closely related field; Meet the Secretary of the Interior's Standards for Professional Qualifications for Archeology; experience in Nebraska or Great Plains archeology. This position requires frequent in-state day trips and occasional overnight travel lasting up to one week.

OTHER:  Valid driver's license or provide independent authorized transportation.  

 

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities

• Familiarity with Great Plains archeology, diagnostic artifacts, and site locations
• Ability to understand, interpret and apply historic preservation and cultural resource regulations, policies, procedures, and laws
• Excellent problem solving skills, including the ability to establish priorities and make decisions independently
• Effective interpersonal skills and ability to interact professionally with project planners, environmental professionals, landowners, and members of the public with varied interests and needs
• Strong organizational skills, able to multi-task, and can manage time to meet frequently changing deadlines
• Physical ability to conduct field survey and excavation, including to walk long distances, carry equipment, excavate by trowel and shovel, transport soil in buckets.   

 

 

Kylie Hatten
Human Resources Administrator

 




1500 R Street
Lincoln, Nebraska 68508-1651

t . 402-471-4779  |  f . 402-471-3100
kylie.hatten@... | history.nebraska.gov

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Seasonal Field Director/PI Bismarck, ND

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All interested applicants must meet the minimum requirements and physical requirements detailed below and should come prepared with or have the ability to possess the attributes of a successful candidate and be able to meet and implement to job specific responsibilities discussed below:

Minimum Qualifications:

  • Higher Level education in Archaeology/Anthropology (Master’s Degree)
  • Ability to work in the field for up to 90% of the time (with the potential for frequent overnight stays)
  • Valid driver’s license with a clean driving record
  • Pass a Pre-employment, annual, and Random Non-DOT drug and alcohol tests
  • Ability to be permitted as Field Director/PI with the ND SHPO, Montana-Dakotas BLM, and DPG-USFS

 

The successful candidate will possess the following attributes:

  • Demonstrated leadership ability
  • Strong desire to work hard and produce quality results
  • Excellent communication and organizational skills
  • Ability to work both independently and as a team player
  • Creative problem-solving skills
  • Adaptability to rapidly changing project needs and scheduling
  • Able to work well under minimum supervision
  • Initiative, drive, and desire to execute good work

 

Preferred Qualifications:

  • 3 years of relevant work experience to include 1 cumulative year in supervisory roles
  • Experience with Trimble GPS or similar hardware
  • Faunal and/or Lithic analysis experience
  • Lab and/or artifact curation experience
  • Ability to be permitted as PI with the ND SHPO, Montana-Dakotas BLM, and DPG-USFS

 

Field Director/PI Responsibilities:

  • Perform and supervise Phase I, II, and III archaeological fieldwork and report on results
  • Direct and lead crew member(s)
  • Take initiative and responsibility for the projects being overseen
  • Apply problem solving skills in order to optimize project completion
  • Use their professional judgement and past experience to all projects and various working scenarios
  • Direct data management and reporting for simultaneous projects under strict deadlines
  • Work closely with all staff regarding project work, scheduling, and data exchange
  • Maintain clear and detailed field notes and field forms
  • Maintain company practices and standards for work and communication
  • Attentive to details with an ability to manage multiple tasks and/or multi-task
  • Undertakes responsibility for the project (including but not limited to: asking the necessary questions, booking hotel rooms, overseeing and managing crew members, communicating with office on project status and any concerns, etc…)
  • Successfully complete small and large-scale reports (and applicable and appropriate field forms)

 

Physical Requirements:

  • Regularly sit and/or drive for hours at a time
  • Walking/Surveying for hours at a time in extreme weather and through rugged terrain (up to 12 miles per day within approximately 12 hours)
  • Utilizing vision to look for objects on the ground as well as the observation of objects at both long and short distances as well as on handheld GPS screens and computer/laptop monitor screens
  • Able to utilize hands to drive, hold GPS, camera, and other necessary field equipment and as needed to safely work with shovels, augers, trowels, screens
  • Able to traverse across uneven and rough terrain under various weather conditions (including but not limited to: extreme heat, cold, wind, and/or rain)
  • Ability to bend-over, squat/stoop down to inspect items and as needed to work on any testing projects

 

*** This listing is not intended to represent or account for every task or duty the employee may be responsible for or assigned to. ***

 

Beaver Creek Archaeology is committed to providing its employees with a safe and drug free work environment. Successful candidates must be able to pass a pre-employment and at random drug screenings as well as annual Drug and Alcohol screenings. Beaver Creek Archaeology is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate based on age, sex, race, or any other affiliation.

Applicants will need to apply through the BCA website at: https://www.bcarch.org/employment_opportunities/montana-dakotas-field-director-pi

 

Raina Hanley

Chief Operating Officer

 

Beaver Creek Archaeology

1632 Capitol Way

Bismarck, ND 58501

Cell: (701) 595-0588

Ph: (701) 663-5521 | Fx: (701) 663-5589

 

Beaver Creek Archaeology

712 West Quay Avenue

Artesia, NM 88210

Cell: (701) 595-0588

Ph: (575) 746-6142 | Fx: (701) 663-5589

 

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