Full-Time Technical Writer for Archaeology/Office Support, Bismarck, ND
Beaver Creek Archaeology (BCA) is currently seeking to fill a vacancy for an archaeological technical writer and office support position. The candidate should have a college degree in Archaeology or a closely related field. The primary emphasis of this position would be assisting the archaeological report writers up to and becoming a reliable asset for writing reports independently. After a probationary period, the position would become full-time with benefits and be based out of the Bismarck, ND office. Compensation is dependent on past experience and qualifications.
The applicant must be detail-oriented with the capability to critically think. Strong written and verbal English communication skills are a must as well as the ability to communicate with an array of individuals with different communication styles. The applicant should have a thorough understanding and application of English grammar in an APA and SAA stylized format. The applicant must be proficient at utilizing Microsoft Word and Adobe Acrobat, proficiency in Microsoft Excel is preferred but not required. Furthermore, the applicant must be able to work and thrive in a fast-paced office environment with an ability to excel at multiple tasks and adapt to fluctuating priorities and timelines.
All interested applicants must meet the minimum qualifications and physical requirements detailed below:
*** This listing is not intended to represent or account for every task or duty the employee may be responsible for or assigned to. ***
Thank you for taking the time to fully read and review this posting. If you feel like you are a candidate for this position, then please submit your resume and CV with a writing sample and a cover letter highlighting your relevant experience, stating your earliest potential start date, and stating your desired rate of pay or pay range by following this link to our company web page at https://www.bcarch.org/employment_opportunities/technical-writer-for-archaeology