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British Columbia - Archaeologist - Skeetchestn Natural Resources Corporation

Joanne Hammond <joanne@...>
 

Skeetchestn Natural Resources Corporation

330 Main Dr, PO Box 178, Savona, BC, V0K 2J0

250-373-2493

250-373-2494

 

SNRC archaeologist job posting01 MAY 2019

 

Title: Archaeologists

Company: Skeetchestn Natural Resources Corp (SNRC)

Location: Skeetchestn (Savona, Kamloops, Cache Creek)

Information: Skeetchestn Natural Resources Corp is seeking two archaeologists for field and office work is based out of our office on the Skeetchestn Indian Reserve near Savona, BC. 

These are permanent full-time positions for archaeologists who have or are close to qualifying for field director status in the Plateau region.

We offer opportunities for mentorship and advancement to field director, permit holder and project manager. You will work with a skilled and experienced team of professionals and technicians.

SNRC is a full service community-based natural and cultural resources firm contributing to and directing all phases of landand resource planning and management in Skeetchestn traditional territory, protecting title and rights and respecting Secwepemc laws, culture, and traditions. We work in collaboration with the Skeetchestn Indian Band to steward the land, water and all its inhabitants with an ethic of sustainability, respect and reciprocity.

Developing economic, professional, social and cultural capacityof community members to care for Secwepemculewc is a core goal.

Experience working with Secwepemc communities and an understanding of Secwepemc culture is an asset.

ResponsibilitiesPrimary responsibilities are field- and office-based work relating to all aspects of regulatory heritage management, with a focus on forestry. Duties include

• survey, AIA, monitoring, mitigation
• reporting, mapping and site forms
• supervising field crews of trained First Nations field technicians
• liaising with clients and with neighbouring First Nations organizations
• training and mentoring field crew and office staff
• contributing research and support to ongoing initiatives.
• contributing to safe, supportive and educational work environment

Minimum mandatory skills and qualifications:

• Bachelor’s degree in Archaeology or Anthropology, with an archaeology field school
• 3+ years of field experience in archaeology in the BC interior
• Demonstrated knowledge of BC Heritage Conservation Act and regulatory requirements (permits, forms, reporting), and BC Archaeology Branch policies and procedures
• Demonstrated knowledge of site and artifact identificationand classification
• Demonstrated field abilities (effective note-taking, navigating, using field equipment) 
• Technical writing, communication and organizational skills
• Proficiency with standard office computer applications and equipment
• Ability to adapt, undertake multiple tasks, and respond quickly to changing priorities
• Ability to conduct field work under a variety of physically challenging field conditions
• Valid driver’s license
• Strong commitment to safety
• Strong commitment to reconciliation and awareness of the principles of the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples (UNDRIP) and the Truth and Reconciliation Commission’s Calls to Action

Preferred skills and qualifications:

• Membership in the BCAPA (any level)
• Experience in and knowledge of the archaeology of Secwepemculewc/southern interior
• An understanding of various management strategies for the responsible care of archaeological and other cultural heritage values and resources
• Functional knowledge of GIS applications (ArcView, QGIS)
• Valid First Aid (OFA 1 or above), Bear Aware, ATV training, S100 fire suppression, WHMIS or other workplace safety training

Compensation: Competitive wage and benefits packages (actual wage commensurate with experience and qualifications). We offer opportunities for advancement and support for achievement of additional qualifications (field directorship, permit-holding status, BCAPA membership) and other professional development and public archaeology outreach opportunities.

To apply: Send your package to joanne@... by June 10, 2019, with ‘Archaeologist job application’ in the subject line. Please include:

• Names and contact information for 3 professional references (one may be an academic supervisor; references from a First Nations community or organization are encouraged)
• a brief cover letter including wage expectations

 

Please feel free to contact Joanne (250-373-2493 ext 216, joanne@...) with any questions prior to applying.

In accordance with the Canadian Human Rights Commission’s Aboriginal Employment Preferences Policy (here), preference will be given to Indigenous applicants. Secwepemc candidates are strongly encouraged to apply.

POWER Engineers, Inc. - Archaeological Field Techs/Crew Chiefs - Austin, Houston, Fort Worth, TX

Janet Littley
 

Archaeological Field Technicians and Crew Chiefs

POWER Engineers, Inc., one of the nation’s strongest energy-related engineering and environmental consultants, is seeking Junior Archaeological Field Technicians and Senior Techs/Crew Chiefs for fieldwork, for multiple archeological field projects in Texas. These are hourly positions on project basis, however future work is eminent. Pay will be determined by education and experience. The successful candidates will have a demonstrated ability to perform Phase I archeological survey work in Texas or surrounding states. Projects may involve extended periods of field supervision. Additional work/tasks may arise providing additional work opportunities.

Job Summary of Roles and Responsibilities

The Field Technician provides technical support, utilizing a basic understanding of anthropological and archaeological field techniques in connection with locating, testing, recording, mapping, and evaluating archaeological sites and supporting field surveys. Conducting field surveys (pedestrian and shovel test surveys) using topographic maps, aerial photographs, and Trimble Global Positioning Satellite receivers will be a regular part of this role.

This position requires the ability to work long hours, in difficult or remote environments, and in varying weather conditions and the ability to work with groups composed of diverse personalities. A positive attitude and ability to accept direction is a must, as well as the ability to work independently, and to fully plan and execute personal assignments with minimal instruction.

Required Education/Experience

·         Bachelor’s degree in Archeology, Anthropology, or a related discipline

·         Previous CRM field experience or academic archaeological field school

·         Knowledge and understanding of equipment, technology, and paperwork used in the recording and documenting of archeological sites and artifacts

·         Experience with local cultural history and material culture in Texas and surrounding states

·         Ability to work independently, and to fully plan and execute personal assignments with minimal instruction

·         Knowledge of health and safety standards

·         Valid driver’s license

·         Ability to work long hours and in harsh environments and in varying weather conditions

·         Ability to effectively and respectfully communicate with team members

Desired Education/Experience

·         Experience in pipeline, utility transmission, petrochemical exploration projects highly preferred

·         Experience with Trimble data collection proficiency is preferred

Your resume must provide detailed work experience during the last five years, three current references, and complete contact information. Candidates may expect to be subject to client or project specific formal background checks or drug test regimens.

At POWER Engineers, Inc. you can have a rewarding career on every level. In addition to challenging and meaningful work, you’ll have the chance to make a positive impact on the environment, participate in a range of diverse and unique initiatives, and find the support, coaching, and training it takes to advance your career. We encourage new ideas and fresh approaches and most importantly, we strive to be our clients’ first choice. These traits – and deep technical skill – account for our success.

Have fun, do good work, make money. As an employee-owned company, we strive to make POWER Engineers an appealing place to work, where we perform projects that we find challenging and in which we excel. We provide competitive compensation, a full benefit package, professional development, and an appealing work environment. POWER Engineers is a unique and fun engineering firm, which may be contradictory to some, but it works well for us.

EOE/Minorities/Females/Vet/Disabled

 

To apply, please use the following links:

Fort Worth:

https://chc.tbe.taleo.net/chc01/ats/careers/requisition.jsp?org=POWERENGINEERS&cws=1&rid=4545   

 

Houston:

https://chc.tbe.taleo.net/chc01/ats/careers/requisition.jsp?org=POWERENGINEERS&cws=1&rid=4544   

 

Austin:

https://chc.tbe.taleo.net/chc01/ats/careers/requisition.jsp?org=POWERENGINEERS&cws=1&rid=4543   

Janet Littley, MS HRM

Technical Recruiter

 

2041 S. Cobalt Point Way

Meridian, ID 83642

(Direct) 208-288-6931

(Fax) 208-288-6393

POWER Engineers, Inc.
www.powereng.com  

Discover your future here.

P Go Green! Please print this email only when necessary.

Thank you for helping POWER Engineers be environmentally responsible.

 

Florida Field Archaeologist

PaleoWest Archaeology
 

PaleoWest Archaeology is looking to immediately hire several archaeological technicians for multiple projects based out of its Florida office. 
PaleoWest is a technology-forward company that places an emphasis on high-quality data collection and archaeological standards. Experience and adaptability using technology is encouraged.

Experience with shovel testing is required, and skills with identification of human remains is preferred.
This position requires a B.A. or B.S. degree in archaeology, anthropology, or closely related field. The position also requires an archaeological field school or demonstrated equivalent experience. Experience in Florida is preferred, and regional and local candidates will be prioritized.

Fieldwork may include adverse environmental conditions, including hot and cold temperatures, precipitation, and challenging terrain for sustained durations.

If you are interested in joining our rapidly growing team of professionals, please email a current resume to work@... using the subject line: Florida Field Archaeologist.

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

Paleontological Construction Compliance Monitors

PaleoWest Archaeology
 

Job Description

Opening Date: May 2, 2019

Closing Date: Open

Location: San Diego area

 

PaleoWest is now accepting applications for Paleontological Construction Compliance Monitors for projects in the San Diego areas. PaleoWest is a nationwide consulting firm with nine regional offices from California to New York. PaleoWest was founded on the principle of providing the very best consultants to our clients. We pride ourselves on being the most innovative team of problem-solvers in the business.

 

Minimum qualifications to be considered for this position:

 

A Bachelor’s degree in Paleontology or Paleobiology or another applicable field;

At least six months prior paleontological monitoring and field experience in California;

Work experience should include paleontological monitoring of construction activities, fossil collection and salvage, preparation of daily and/or weekly monitoring summaries, and coordination with a Senior Paleontologist;

Ability to work outdoors for extended periods of time;

A valid driver's license and a good driving record

 

Successful candidates should be highly dependable, motivated, resourceful, dedicated, and organized. All candidates will work under the supervision of a PaleoWest Senior Paleontologist.

 

Please submit a current CV and brief letter of intent/personal statement to work@....  PaleoWest is an Equal Opportunity Employer. All qualified applicants will be considered for employment in a non-discriminatory manner. We look forward to hearing from you!

 

Senior Crew Chief Opening - Laramie, Wyoming

Knapp, Ashleigh
 

TRC Environmental Corporation is soliciting applications from highly motivated Senior Crew Chiefs to fill a position in our Laramie, Wyoming office, for work to be conducted in the Intermountain West region.  Applicants must have an M.A. degree in anthropology, archaeology, or a related discipline; have 3 to 5 years of post-M.A. experience in supervising archaeological field projects; and meet the Secretary of the Interior’s Professional Qualification Standards (36 CFR Part 61) in archaeology.  Candidate must have field experience participating in surveys, testing, and/or data recovery projects.

Qualified applicants should exhibit leadership qualities and be able to oversee archaeological field crews; make good tactical decisions in the field; ensure the quality of data, fieldwork, and paperwork; manage and organize information and tasks effectively; perform background research; write technical reports meeting the requirements of state and federal agencies; complete tasks in a timely fashion; and coordinate with project managers regarding project requirements and expectations.  Must be able to conduct fieldwork in adverse conditions and carry up to 25 pounds of equipment.  Some Intermountain West experience is mandatory, with Wyoming experience preferred.  Past state and federal agency crew chief permitting in the region is also preferred.

Technical writing experience is required and will be strongly evaluated.  Some experience or familiarity with the Section 106 process and state/federal historic preservation laws is required.  Applicants must be willing to travel and be away from home for 3-10 days at a time, have excellent communication skills, and work well on a team and individually.  This position will involve field work and technical writing, so applicants should be prepared to submit writing samples upon request (preferably samples of cultural resource management documentation and/or academic publications demonstrating strong writing skills and the ability to conduct research).

TRC offers competitive salaries based on experience and qualifications.  Successful candidates must have a valid driver’s license, will be required to sign a Drug and Alcohol Policy statement, and will be asked to submit to a mandatory drug test.

Interested candidates should submit a cover letter, curriculum vitae/resume, and at least three references to Ashleigh Knapp.  Please email documents to aknapp@....

TRC is an equal opportunity employer.

Growing Office in New Mexico Seeking Additional Staff

beavercreekarchaeology
 

Arcaeological PI/PD and FS/CC–New Mexico

Established Cultural Resource Management firm headquartered in Bismarck, North Dakota, is currently seeking to fill one or more position(s) to assist our current staff members in the Artesia, NM field office with the incoming work. Applicants need to be permitted with or able to be permitted with the Southeast New Mexico Region of the BLM as well as the New Mexico SHPO/HPD and CPRC to work on New Mexico State Lands. Fieldwork will be conducted primarily throughout New Mexico, Oklahoma, and Texas. Depending on the candidate and the role they would serve at BCA the position is flexible as to type of position (e.g., seasonal, project specific, or (upon the completion of a successful probationary period) full-time with benefits) and location.

 

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:

Minimum Qualifications:

  • Higher Level education in Archaeology/Anthropology
  • 3 years of relevant work experience to include at least 1 year in supervisory roles
  • Previous field experience in New Mexico (meeting State and Federal FS/CC and/or PI/PD permitting standards)
  • Proper knowledge and use of NRHP guidance on site evaluations
  • If needed, ability to work in the field for up to 75% of the time (with the potential for overnight stays as the type of project(s) demands)
  • Ability to walk long distances in extreme weather through rugged terrain in extreme weather
  • Ability to lift and carry up to 50 pounds
  • Valid driver’s license with a clean driving record
  • Pass a Pre-employment and Random Non-DOT drug test as well as annual drug tests

 

The successful candidate will possess the following attributes:

  • Will successfully meet or exceed the minimum qualifications listed above
  • Ability to work both independently and as a team player
  • Demonstrated leadership ability
  • Will know their personal limitations and ask for help from others and/or ask questions if they are unsure of what is being said or how to proceed
  • Will successfully follow instruction and in day-to-day office tasks and reporting
  • Strong desire to work hard and produce quality results
  • Excellent communication and organizational skills
  • 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
  • Knowledge of the New Mexico state and federal guidance on surveys, sites, and permitting

 

Preferred Qualifications:

  • Experience with Trimble GPS or similar hardware
  • Faunal and/or Lithic analysis experience
  • Lab and/or artifact curation experience
  • Ability to be permitted in the BLM’s SW Texas region

Responsibilities:

  • Perform and supervise Phase I, II, and III archaeological fieldwork and report on results
  • Evaluation of sites by applying NRHP guidance as well as any specific New Mexico State and/or Federal guidance
  • Direct and lead crew member(s) and if not, the lead be able to serve as a positive and effective team member
  • Take initiative and responsibility for the projects being overseen (even if only serving as a regular team member)
  • Apply problem solving skills in order to optimize project completion (even if only serving as a regular team member)
  • Use professional judgement, thoughtfulness, 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 BCA 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 all appropriate forms such as: NIAF, LA, HCPI, and all applicable 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 (approximately 30 acres per day)
  • Utilizing vision to look for objects on the ground as well as the observation of objects at both long and short distances
  • 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.

 

To apply for this vacancy, please submit your cover letter and Resume/CV through the BCA website job ad (link: https://www.bcarch.org/employment_opportunities/archaeological-pi-pd-and-fs-cc-new-mexico) by clicking the “Apply Now” button as the end of the description. The cover letter should express what position you are applying for, why you are qualified for that position, and should highlight relevant experience and/or relevant current or past permits held on your Resume/CV.

field technicians needed in Iowa

Derek Lee
 

Bear Creek Archeology, Inc, a cultural resource management company based in Cresco, Iowa, is seeking field technicians for the current field season.  Fieldwork will include primarily Phase I cultural resource surveys (e.g., pedestrian survey, shovel and bucket auger testing, screening, etc.) as well as possible laboratory duties and report assistance.  Qualified candidates must have ability to: quickly respond to project needs, work in diverse terrain, work well with others and be a proactive member of a team. Valid driver's license required.  Experience performing archeological survey and excavation helpful. Travel is required as most jobs involve working on a weekly basis, Monday through Friday.  Per diem and single occupancy hotel provided on working days.  Employment may possibly extend beyond the summer as opportunities arise.  To apply for this position, please send your vitae and contact information to Derek V. Lee, Director at bearcreekarcheology@....


Research Associate II - University of South Alabama

Jill Elliott
 

Research Associate II
University of South Alabama
Mobile, Alabama
About Us

The University of South Alabama is one of the fastest growing universities in the South, providing quality academic programs, innovative classroom experiences, and a campus rich in diversity and student life.

Essential Functions

Oversees grant and contract projects; works with the Director and staff to implement a fiscally sound, research/contract program; develops and submits research grant/contract proposals to external agencies; coordinates field and laboratory activities by planning daily work and allocating staff time and other resources; authors and co-authors technical reports; directly supervises large research projects, including field and laboratory components, as appropriate; enhances the Center's educational mission by mentoring student assistants and interns, participating in public outreach and volunteer programs, and contributing to Museum activities; carries out research and development of research publications; regular and prompt attendance; ability to work schedule as defined and additional hours as required; related duties as required. 

Minimum Requirements

PhD in a physical or natural science from an accredited institution as approved and accepted by the University of South Alabama and five years of professional experience in a public health, medical, clinical or research laboratory. 

Applications accepted online only:  https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/usouthal/jobs/2430015/research-associate-ii

EO/AA Employer - minorities/females/veterans/disabilities/sexual orientation/gender identity

Archaeological Technician (Gila River Indian Community, Arizona)

Kyle Woodson <kwoodsonaz@...>
 

The Gila River Indian Community Cultural Resource Management Program seeks applicants for Archaeological Technician, see attached job announcement.  Application deadline is May 20, 2019.
 

Sincerely,

________________________________

 

Kyle Woodson, Ph.D.

Director

 

Cultural Resource Management Program

Gila River Indian Community

P.O. Box 2140, Sacaton, AZ 85147

(520) 562-7169


 Job Title: Archaeological Technician Closing Date: 05/20/2019

DEADLINE: Attach any required documents, i.e., Transcripts, Certificates, diploma and Motor Vehicle Record, to your online application by midnight on the closing date. Late Applications or documents will not be considered.

Job Number: 19-320

Job Type: Full-Time Regular

Department: Cultural Resources Management Program Locations: 192 S. Skill Center Road Ste. 200

Area of Interest: Cultural Resources

Salary Type: Base Pay

Salary/ Hourly Rate: $12.61 Hourly

Tribal Driving Permit Required: Yes

DISTINGUISHING FEATURES OF THE CLASS:

The Archaeological Technician is responsible for making sure Archaeological Aide crew members correctly fill out survey and excavation forms and all necessary information is complete for archaeological field research projects conducted by the Cultural Resources Management Program of the Gila River Indian Community. This position participates in aspects of archaeological monitoring, survey and excavation projects.

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS:

 Assist in surveying and excavating prehistoric and historic archaeological sites.

 Check specimen bags from survey and excavation collections to ensure information on the bags is filled out

and assigned specimen numbers.

 Assist in turning in all specimen bags to the lab at the end of the day.

 Assist in keeping track of field equipment, filling out vehicle maintenance forms, and reporting to supervisor

when equipment needs repair.

 Assist in training new crew members (at level of Archaeological Aide).

 Participate in classroom, laboratory and field training to increase knowledge about archaeology and improve

basic job skills.

 Carry out reassigned tasks on a regular and consistent basis as assigned by the supervisor.

 Perform other related duties as assigned.

REQUIRED KNOWLEDGE, SKILL AND ABILITY:

 Working knowledge of duties involved with the Archaeological Aide.

 General knowledge of prehistoric and historic artifacts.

 Ability to make accurate site maps in a timely fashion.

 Ability to fill out relevant field forms other than site form (i.e., site collection strategy, artifact diversity, photo

log, specimen log).

 Ability to assign specimen log and numbers and properly track on all necessary forms and bags.

 Ability to operate field cameras and take professional quality photographs.

            

 Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with other employees, Community Officials and the general public.

 Ability to perform all physical requirements of the position; agree to maintain a Drug-free workplace.

REQUIRED EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:

High School diploma or GED and a minimum of one (1) year work experience in archaeological survey and excavation activities or one (1) year of participation in the training program as an Archaeological Aide.

ADDITIONAL REQUIREMENTS:

Required to obtain a Tribal driving permit. Valid state driver’s license with a current proof of driving record for the past 39 months will be required to qualify for a tribal driving permit. Proof of driving record must be submitted with application and must not be more than 60 days old from the date of submission of the application.

Non-Supervisory, Hourly Position Reports to Director, or designee

BENEFITS INFORMATION:

• Medical – EPO or PPO Self-Funded Plan utilizing Blue Cross Blue Shield of Arizona Network

• Prescription Program

• Dental – Plan is provided through CIGNA with no deductible for preventive services or $50 (individual)/$150 (family) deductible for basic and major services

• Vision – plan benefits are provided through SightCare of Arizona and carry a $10 co-pay for exams, zero co- pay

• Life and AD&D – We offer voluntary or supplemental life insurance for Employee & Dependents through METLIFE Group Insurance. GRIC pays the full cost for your Basic Life and AD&D.

Other Voluntary Benefits –

• Flexible Spending Account (FSA) • Short Term Disability

• Long Term Disability

• Employee Assistance Program

• 12 Paid Holidays • Vacation Leave • Sick Leave

Preference in filling vacancies is given to qualified Indian candidates in accordance with the Indian Preference Act (Title 25, U.S. Code, Section 472 and 473). The Gila River Indian Community is also committed to achieving the full and equal opportunity without discrimination because of Race, Religion, Color, Sex, National Origin, Politics, Marital Status, Physical Handicap, Age or Sexual Orientation. In other than the above, the Gila River Indian Community is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

If you are claiming Preference in one or more of the following categories please attach a copy of the required documentation to the completed Employment Application.

Preference for Community Members (with proof of enrollment)

Preference for Native Americans (must meet membership requirement of a federally recognized Tribe.) Preference point for Spouse of Community Member (with proof of spouse enrollment)

Preference point for Veteran (must meet statutory requirements)

                 

HUMAN RESOURCES WILL NOT MAKE COPIES OF APPLICATIONS OR DOCUMENTS BEING SUBMITTED.

 

Visit our GRIC website and apply online: www.gilariver.org

 

Archaeological Crew Chief (Gila River Indian Community, Arizona)

Kyle Woodson <kwoodsonaz@...>
 

The Gila River Indian Community Cultural Resource Management Program seeks applicants for Archaeological Crew Chief, see attached job announcement.  Application deadline is May 23, 2019.
 

Sincerely,

________________________________

 

Kyle Woodson, Ph.D.

Director

 

Cultural Resource Management Program

Gila River Indian Community

P.O. Box 2140, Sacaton, AZ 85147

(520) 562-7169



 Job Title: Archaeological Crew Chief Closing Date: 05/23/2019

DEADLINE: Attach any required documents, i.e., Transcripts, Certificates, diploma and Motor Vehicle Record, to your online application by midnight on the closing date. Late Applications or documents will not be considered.

Job Number: 19-188-2

Job Type: Full-Time Regular

Department: Cultural Resources Management Program City: Sacaton, AZ

Locations: 192 S. Skill Center Road, Ste: 300

Area of Interest: Cultural Resources

Salary Type: DOE

Salary/ Hourly Rate: $47,252 Salary

Tribal Driving Permit Required: Yes

DISTINGUISHING FEATURES OF THE CLASS:

The Archaeological Crew Chief functions as a Project Lead for archaeological field research projects conducted by the Cultural Resources Management Program for the Gila River Indian Community. This position supervises aspects of the archaeological survey and excavation projects under the direction of the Archaeological Field Supervisor.

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS:

 Assist in supervising archaeological fieldwork including surveys, mapping and excavation of prehistoric and

historic sites.

 Supervise the completion of field paperwork including site forms and excavation summaries.

 Assist in preparing work schedules and project reports.

 Assist in supervising and providing training in basic archaeological field techniques for field staff.

 Assist in maintaining a complete inventory of archaeological field equipment.

 Attend trainings and/or meetings; represent the Cultural Resource Management Program as requested by

supervisors.

 Perform other related duties as assigned.

REQUIRED KNOWLEDGE, SKILL AND ABILITY:

 Knowledge of HuHuKam and/or Southwest Archaeology.

 Knowledge of prehistoric and historic artifacts.

 Ability to carry out archaeological survey and excavation methods occasionally carrying field instruments

and equipment. [Field conditions may consist of extreme temperatures, rugged desert, and mountainous

terrain with dangerous plants and wildlife.]

 Ability to complete relevant field forms, track specimen numbers/forms/artifact bags, undertake trench

profiling and feature excavations and documentation.

 Ability to effectively plan, supervise and coordinate work of others.

 Ability to communicate effectively verbally and in writing.

            

 Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with other employees, Community Officials and the general public.

 Ability to perform all physical requirements of the position; agree to maintain a Drug-free workplace.

REQUIRED EXPERIENCE AND TRAINING:

Bachelor degree from an accredited college or university in Anthropology, Archaeology, Southwestern Archaeology or a closely related field, and a minimum of three (3) years’ experience in archaeology survey and excavation activities and which includes one (1) year supervisory experience supervising field crews.

ADDITIONAL REQUIREMENTS:

Required to obtain a Tribal Driving permit. Valid state driver’s license with a current proof of driving record for the past 39 months will be required to qualify for a tribal driving permit. Proof of driving record must be submitted with application and must not be more than 60 days old from the date of submission of the application.

Supervisory, Salaried Position Reports to Director or designee

BENEFITS INFORMATION:

• Medical – EPO or PPO Self-Funded Plan utilizing Blue Cross Blue Shield of Arizona Network

• Prescription Program

• Dental – Plan is provided through CIGNA with no deductible for preventive services or $50 (individual)/$150 (family) deductible for basic and major services

• Vision – plan benefits are provided through SightCare of Arizona and carry a $10 co-pay for exams, zero co- pay

• Life and AD&D – We offer voluntary or supplemental life insurance for Employee & Dependents through METLIFE Group Insurance. GRIC pays the full cost for your Basic Life and AD&D.

Other Voluntary Benefits –

• Flexible Spending Account (FSA) • Short Term Disability

• Long Term Disability

• Employee Assistance Program

• 12 Paid Holidays • Vacation Leave • Sick Leave

Preference in filling vacancies is given to qualified Indian candidates in accordance with the Indian Preference Act (Title 25, U.S. Code, Section 472 and 473). The Gila River Indian Community is also committed to achieving the full and equal opportunity without discrimination because of Race, Religion, Color, Sex, National Origin, Politics, Marital Status, Physical Handicap, Age or Sexual Orientation. In other than the above, the Gila River Indian Community is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

If you are claiming Preference in one or more of the following categories please attach a copy of the required documentation to the completed Employment Application.

Preference for Community Members (with proof of enrollment)

Preference for Native Americans (must meet membership requirement of a federally recognized Tribe.) Preference point for Spouse of Community Member (with proof of spouse enrollment)

Preference point for Veteran (must meet statutory requirements)

                 

HUMAN RESOURCES WILL NOT MAKE COPIES OF APPLICATIONS OR DOCUMENTS BEING SUBMITTED.

Visit our GRIC website and apply online: www.gilariver.org

 
 

Field techs Tennessee and Surrounding Area

Scott
 

Midsouth Cultural Resource Consultants are seeking qualified archaeological field technicians for several Phase I survey projects located primarily in the middle Tennessee area although travel throughout the Midsouth region may be a necessity.  Pay will be determined by education and experience. The successful candidates will have a demonstrated ability to perform Phase I archeological survey work in Tennessee or greater Southeast. Projects may involve extended periods of field supervision. Additional work/tasks may arise providing additional work opportunities.

The Field Technician must have a basic understanding of archaeological field techniques in connection with locating, testing, recording, mapping, and evaluating archaeological sites and supporting field surveys. Conducting field surveys (pedestrian and shovel test surveys) using topographic maps, aerial photographs, and Trimble Global Positioning Satellite receivers will be a regular part of this role.

A bachelor's degree and field school are preferred. The applicant must submit an up to date CV or resume with at least 3 references. Ability to work and communicate with team members as well as execute instruction is a necessity. Please send CV or resume to J. Scott Jones at jsjones@....

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J. Scott Jones, PhD., RPA
President, Midsouth Cultural Resource Consultants
1215 Stonewall Blvd
Murfreesboro, TN 37130
(931) 273-8527
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Senior Crew Chief Opening (TRC-Laramie, Wyoming)

Knapp, Ashleigh
 

TRC Environmental Corporation is soliciting applications from highly motivated Senior Crew Chiefs to fill a position in our Laramie, Wyoming office, for work to be conducted in the Intermountain West region.  Applicants must have an M.A. degree in anthropology, archaeology, or a related discipline; have 3 to 5 years of post-M.A. experience in supervising archaeological field projects; and meet the Secretary of the Interior’s Professional Qualification Standards (36 CFR Part 61) in archaeology.  Candidate must have field experience participating in surveys, testing, and/or data recovery projects.

 

Qualified applicants should exhibit leadership qualities and be able to oversee archaeological field crews; make good tactical decisions in the field; ensure the quality of data, fieldwork, and paperwork; manage and organize information and tasks effectively; perform background research; write technical reports meeting the requirements of state and federal agencies; complete tasks in a timely fashion; and coordinate with project managers regarding project requirements and expectations.  Must be able to conduct fieldwork in adverse conditions and carry up to 25 pounds of equipment.  Some Intermountain West experience is mandatory, with Wyoming experience preferred.  Past state and federal agency crew chief permitting in the region is also preferred.

 

Technical writing experience is required and will be strongly evaluated.  Some experience or familiarity with the Section 106 process and state/federal historic preservation laws is required.  Applicants must be willing to travel and be away from home for 3-10 days at a time, have excellent communication skills, and work well on a team and individually.  This position will involve field work and technical writing, so applicants should be prepared to submit writing samples upon request (preferably samples of cultural resource management documentation and/or academic publications demonstrating strong writing skills and the ability to conduct research).

 

TRC offers competitive salaries based on experience and qualifications.  Successful candidates must have a valid driver’s license, will be required to sign a Drug and Alcohol Policy statement, and will be asked to submit to a mandatory drug test.

 

Interested candidates should submit a cover letter, curriculum vitae/resume, and at least three references to Ashleigh Knapp.  Please email documents to aknapp@....

 

TRC is an equal opportunity employer.

 

Ashleigh Knapp
Archaeologist

131 E Lincoln Ave, Suite 200, Fort Collins, CO 80524

T 970.484.3263 x19027 | F 970.484.3250

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NV5- Cultural Resources Crew Chief Needed in Albuquerque, NM

Laura Troyk
 

Cultural Resources Crew Chief

Job Location - US-NM-Albuquerque

NV5 (NASDAQ: NVEE) provides engineering and consulting services to public and private sectors, delivering solutions through five business verticals: Construction Quality Assurance, Infrastructure, Energy, Program Management, and Environmental. With offices nationwide and abroad, NV5 helps clients plan, design, build, test, certify, and operate projects that improve the communities where we live and work.

As engineers, architects, construction/program managers, environmental professionals and beyond, we play a significant role in shaping our communities through the services we provide. We are looking for passionate, driven individuals to join our team focused on Delivering Solutions and Improving Lives.

The applicant must be familiar with Section 106 compliance requirements and knowledgeable of New Mexico Administrative Code (NMAC) relating to cultural resources. Take initiative to complete tasks efficiently, on time, and within budget. Must be responsible for problem solving, addressing issues, and communicating with Program Manager and/or Principal Investigator as appropriate. Ensure the information from the field is of high standards to produce a quality and accurate report. Must have excellent writing skills. Ensure a safe work environment and adheres to city, state and federal laws, guidelines, policies and procedures as well as guidelines and EEO/affirmative action policies. This position is under general supervision of the Program Manager.

Travel is an essential aspect of this position with the expectation of extended time in the field. Physical ability to conduct extensive fieldwork in extreme weather.

 

Responsibilities

  • Conduct archival searches, surveys, monitoring, testing, and data recovery activities. 
  • Author and/or contribute to reports. Provide QA/QC review of field methods. 
  • Instruct field personnel on methods of inventory and provide verbal and written instructions as needed.
  • Ensure compliance with applicable federal and/or state laws, regulations, and/or agency rules, standards, and guidelines. 
  • Experience with GPS devices with knowledge of GIS software and land surveying equipment.
  • Remain current on historic/prehistoric research in the region. 
  • Remain current with educational and permitting requirements.
  • Interface with clients, including attending project team or scoping meetings as needed. Able to effectively discuss all aspects of a cultural resource project including regulatory requirements, methodology, findings, research questions, and results etc. to non-specialist clients and the public.

Qualifications

  • Must have a bachelor’s degree in in anthropology, archaeology, or a related field. A graduate degree is preferred.
  • At least five years of experience in fieldwork (much in New Mexico) and report completion. 
  • At least two years of experience supervising crew members. 
  • Experience conducting and supervising archaeological fieldwork and managing multiple projects simultaneously while meeting budget and deadlines. 
  • Familiarity with fieldwork, report guidelines, and standard forms of New Mexico Historic Preservation Division and other land management agencies in New Mexico and Southwest. 
  • Must be permitted for State of New Mexico (currently listed on the SHPO directory).
  • Must hold or be able to obtain other permits including BIA, National Forests, BLM areas, and Navajo Nation as a field supervisor.

 

NV5 offers a competitive compensation and benefits package including medical, dental, life insurance, PTO, 401(k) and professional development/advancement opportunities.

 CLICK HERE TO APPLY: https://careers-nv5.icims.com/jobs/2985/cultural-resources-crew-chief/job

NV5 provides equal employment opportunities (EEO) to all applicants for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, national origin, age, disability, genetic information, marital status, amnesty, or status as a covered veteran in accordance with applicable federal, state and local laws. NV5 complies with applicable state and local laws governing non-discrimination in employment in every location in which the company has facilities. This policy applies to all terms and conditions of employment, including, but not limited to, hiring, placement, promotion, termination, layoff, recall, transfer, leaves of absence, compensation, and training.

 

 

 

Warm Regards,

 

Laura Troyk, MA | Talent Acquisition Specialist | NV5

15092 Avenue of Science, Suite 200| San Diego, CA 92128 | Direct: 858.385.2159 | Fax: 954.495.2101

 

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Staff or Assistant Research Scientist - Archaeologist Job Posting

DRI Recruit
 

Staff or Assistant Research Scientist, Archaeologist

 

Desert Research Institute (DRI) is seeking applicants for a full time Staff or Assistant Research Archaeologist based in our Las Vegas Southern Nevada Science Center. The successful applicant will work on existing archaeological compliance projects in southern Nevada and surrounding areas.  Depending on qualifications and experience, this position may be filled as a Staff (Rank I) or Assistant Research Scientist (Rank II). 

 

Key responsibilities include:

• Ability to work independently to plan, conduct and manage archaeological pedestrian survey, monitoring, site recording and evaluation, excavation, and other archaeological data recovery efforts;
• Analysis of prehistoric and historic archaeological sites and artifacts typical of western North America as well as Cold War resources;
• Timely preparation of technical archaeological reports, forms, and other documents in compliance with grant/contract requirements;
• Assist in the pursuit of compliance and/or research contracts and grants to support his/her salary and develop his/her research interests. 

 

The person selected for this position will work with a multi-disciplinary team of DRI research faculty, federal and State of Nevada land management and regulatory agency personnel, and other contractor personnel, to support environmental compliance and monitoring related to military training and testing.  Frequent travel will be required, some overnight staysmay be required.  The person selected will conduct largely self-directed studies involving original field work, artifact interpretation, and reporting for both Department of Defense (DOD) and Department of Energy (DOE) projects, and will be able to pursue other sponsored project opportunities. Reports will be prepared for acceptance by the Nevada State Historic Preservation Office.

 

 

Required Qualifications

• Applicants must be a U.S. citizen with the ability to obtain a mandatory high-level DOD/DOE security clearance to comply with U.S. Government contract requirements.
• Must be able to qualify for a permit to perform archaeological work in the State of Nevada
• Masters degree in anthropology or closely-related discipline with an emphasis in archaeology from an accredited institution; 
• Minimum of two years prior field and lab experience focusing on archaeology in the western United States
• Experience performing a broad array of archaeological duties, including: record searches, pedestrian inventory, site recordation, site testing, monitoring, data recovery excavation, form preparation, and report write up;  
• Demonstrated ability to successfully prepare reports for appropriate regulatory agencies
• Working understanding of federal and state historic preservation laws including Section 106 requirements and processes; 
• Demonstrated ability to maintain quality, safety, and control standards;
• Strong oral and written communication skills;
• Demonstration of vested interest in their work evidenced by high degree of accuracy, attention to detail, and critical evaluation of information;
• Team player with diverse interests and excellent interpersonal skills;
• Proficient with Microsoft Word and Excel; 
• Nevada driver's license or ability to obtain one within 30 days of hire date.

 

 

Compensation and Benefits

Starting salary is commensurate with experience and education. DRI offers a benefits package that includes health, dental, vision, life and long-term disability insurance; including 14.5% retirement match, 24 annual leave days, beginning balance of 30 sick leave days, 11 paid holidays, educational benefits, and the choice of two health insurance plans that can be supplemented with flexible spending accounts or health savings accounts. Additionally, there is no state income tax and no social security deduction.  This position is eligible for relocation assistance.

How to Apply

Qualified individuals are encouraged to apply at https://nshe.wd1.myworkdayjobs.com/DRI-External/job/DRI---Las-Vegas-NV/Staff-or-Assistant-Research-Scientist--Archaeologist_R0115740

 

This posting is open until filled.  Qualified individuals are encouraged to apply immediately.  Lists of eligible candidates will be established and hiring may occur early in the recruitment process.  Recruitment will close without notice when a sufficient number of applications are received or a hiring decision has been made.  For questions regarding this position, please call the recruiting office at 702-862-5548.

 

The Desert Research Institute (DRI) is an equal opportunity/ affirmative action employer and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, age, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, genetic information, national origin, political affiliation, disability status, protected veteran status or any other characteristic protected by law. DRI employs only U.S. citizens and persons lawfully authorized to work in the United States.

 

April 2019

 

 
Rachael Solano, MBA, PHR
Human Resource Coordinator
Desert Research Institute
O: 775-673-7319 | F: 775-673-7339
2215 Raggio Parkway, Reno, NV 89512 | www.dri.edu

Lead Cultural Resources Monitor - Alaska

Aubrey Morrison
 

                      CULTURAL RESOURCE CONSULTANTS LLC

 
 
 

 


                                                                                                            3504 East 67th Avenue

                                                                                                            Anchorage, Alaska 99507

                                                                                                            (907) 349-3445

 

 

 

May 13, 2019

 

Lead Cultural Resources Monitor

 

Overview

 

Cultural Resource Consultants LLC (CRC) is now accepting resumes for Lead Cultural Resources Monitor for a long-term construction monitoring project in Alaska.  The work will begin the first week of June 2019 and will continue until November 2019.  Interested applicants must commit to a minimum of 6 weeks of construction monitoring.

 

The monitor can expect to work eight to ten hours per day, six days a week, with Sundays off.  The work is being conducted in a village in rural Alaska.  The successful candidate must be willing to live and work in the village for six to eight weeks at a time without a break.  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 and will also be responsible for supervising a second archaeological monitor. 

 

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 identifying human remains, specifically isolated elements.

·      Be comfortable working in cold and wet conditions and have the ability to stand for up to 10 hours per day.

·      Have demonstrable ability 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, field notes, and staying in close contact with the CRC office in Anchorage and the on-site Project Superintendent.

·      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.

 

Temporary Archaeological Field Technicians - Oregon

Jacey West
 

Logan Simpson has immediate openings for temporary Archaeological Field Technicians to conduct archaeological inventory work in Oregon, reporting to our Salt Lake City, Utah office.

The ideal candidate will have a B.A. or M.A. in Anthropology, completed archaeological field school, and possess experience conducting fieldwork in a cultural resource management setting.

Individuals must be capable of surveying and properly documenting sites using field notes, IMACS site forms, and be able to work cooperatively with crew members and supervisors. This fieldwork may require camping.

If interested, please apply at: http://logansimpson.com/temporary-archaeological-field-technicians-oregon/ and include a resume and cover letter, including salary requirements.

Logan Simpson is an EEO/Affirmative Action Employer

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Jacey West

HR Coordinator

 

Logan Simpson

51 W. 3rd St., Ste. 450

Tempe, AZ 85281

P 480-967-1343

F 480-966-9232

 

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www.logansimpson.com

 

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Temporary Archaeological Field Technicians - Idaho

Jacey West
 

Logan Simpson has immediate openings for temporary Archaeological Field Technicians to conduct archaeological inventory work in Idaho, reporting to our Salt Lake City, Utah office.

The ideal candidate will have a B.A. or M.A. in Anthropology, completed archaeological field school, and possess experience conducting fieldwork in a cultural resource management setting.

Individuals must be able to survey in remote locations and walk up to 10 miles per day over steep terrain, while carrying a pack weighing up to 45 pounds. Individuals must also be capable of surveying and properly documenting sites using field notes, and be able to work cooperatively with crew members and supervisors. This fieldwork may require camping.

If interested, please apply online at: http://logansimpson.com/temporary-archaeological-field-technicians-idaho/ and include a resume and cover letter.

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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San Luis Obispo, CA: Staff Archaeologist/GIS Technician

Jennifer Barbee
 



Staff Archaeologist/GIS Technician


Applied EarthWorks, Inc. (Æ) has an immediate opening for a full-time Staff Archaeologist/GIS Technician in our San Luis Obispo office.

Duties:

The successful candidate will work on cultural resources projects throughout the Central Coast of California (Santa Barbara, San Luis Obispo and Monterey counties).  Archaeological tasks will include participation in field survey, testing and data recovery projects; construction monitoring; and technical report production. GIS work will include management of GIS and GPS data; creation and maintenance of project specific geodatabases and shapefiles; georeferencing; and production of report quality maps.

Skill Requirements: 

  • Archaeology fieldwork and GIS;
  • Certification or demonstrable skills with ArcGIS;
  • Conducting records searches;
  • Basic technical writing and report preparation;
  • Ability to collect field data using a Trimble Geo X7 or other GPS devices;
  • Ability to work cooperatively with construction contractors, tribal monitors, and other project stakeholders;
  • Basic understanding of CRM laws and regulations; and
  • Strong work ethic and good communication skills.

 

Education/Experience:

Undergraduate or graduate degree in anthropology, archaeology, historical archaeology, or related field. Experience in CRM and GIS skills required. Register of Professional Archaeologists (RPA) certification and California experience preferred.

 

Compensation: 

Applied EarthWorks offers a wide range of benefits and a competitive compensation package.  Eligibility for benefits is earned with length of service and includes paid vacation, sick leave, holidays, and professional development time; 401(k); and health, dental, vision, and life insurance. Æ additionally offers an Employee Stock Ownership Plan (ESOP) which provides employee-owners with a direct stake in Æ’s success by means of a retirement benefit. Salary will be commensurate with experience. 

 

To apply, please submit a letter of interest, resume/CV, and at least three references via email to info@.... Please note position title in the subject line.

 

View other opportunities at the Careers section of our website, www.appliedearthworks.com.

 

Æ 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. 

Archaeological Field Technicians, Western PA, Markosky Engineering Group

Brooke Contacos
 

Archaeological Field Technicians

Reports to:  Principal Investigator/Cultural Resources Department

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Job Summary:

The Markosky Engineering Group, Inc. is accepting resumes for temporary, as-needed Archaeological Field Technicians to conduct upcoming archaeological projects in western Pennsylvania.

 

Job Requirements:

  • The successful candidate must have a minimum of a Bachelor’s degree in Archaeology/Anthropology. They will need to show an archaeological field school was part of their training to be able to conduct Phase I, II, or III surveys that include the preparation of detailed notes, forms, logs, mapping, and photographs.

  • They need to have excellent communication and organizational skills, and to be able to work on a team, but under supervision. Must have a positive attitude and a professional demeanor with the ability to work with various staff member personalities and backgrounds.

 

  • Should have the physical ability to work entirely in the field, including walking long distances in various weather conditions through rugged terrain, bend over and squat to inspect the ground surface or excavation holes, to sit or stand for extended periods of time, and lift and carry up to 50 pounds. Must also possess a current valid driver’s license, and be able to pass a drug screening test.

 

To apply, please email your resume to brooke@...   

 

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Excavation Supervisor Iraqi Kurdistan, transport/room/board covered (no salary), June-early July 2019

Glenn Schwartz <schwartz@...>
 

I once was a field director of a project in the Peten of Guatemala with Vanderbilt for a salary of one beer a month, but my travel expenses were not covered. Though they did transport my '78 Suzuki GS400 back to Antigua for me at the end of the season after if broke down in a muddy morass of a two track a few villages shy of Dos Pilas (Note: Guerrillas bombing the village one just rode through sounds a lot like Thunder if you don't know any better...I did not). So I do think this is a better deal, especially since I think I ended up getting shorted on my beer!

Please note: Even though this is a volunteer position please treat it as you would any other job posting. i.e. if you are not qualified, please don't pester the professor :-) The project is clearly on a tight deadline and the last thing he needs is to be inundated with "helpful & curious" queries. Also, I spoke with Dr. Schwartz about the types of trenches that are being used. He feels confident that they will be up to our community standards. But be careful please! 

Onto the posting,

Best,

R. Joe

Excavation Supervisor Iraqi Kurdistan, transport/room/board covered (no salary), June-early July 2019

Due to last minute cancellation of team member, I’m looking for an excavation supervisor (will direct 4 local guys) for a trench at Kurd Qaburstan, Kurdistan, Iraq (see
https://sites.krieger.jhu.edu/kurd-qaburstan/).   Must depart for Kurdistan (Erbil) soon (preferably May 27, but as late as June 7 OK), return July 9.  I would pay for the plane fare and room/board while in Kurdistan, but no salary.  Interesting site and fascinating region.

Glenn Schwartz

 

Dr. Glenn M. Schwartz

Whiting Professor of Archaeology

Department of Near Eastern Studies

Johns Hopkins University

Baltimore MD 21218 USA

(410-516-8492)