Archaeological Field Technicians for Phase I Survey at Dulles Airport


Rob Wanner
 

EAC/Archaeology, Inc. is looking for temporary field technicians for a Phase I beginning immediately in Loudoun County, Virginia. Each candidate must be able to conduct pedestrian/shovel test survey, site documentation, GPS and/or paper mapping, and local artifact and raw material recognition. Candidates must have a minimum of a Bachelor’s degree in anthropology/archaeology, and be proficient with excavation, plan and profile maps, and accurately completing field documents with legible writing; proficiency with a Total Station or GPS is preferable. All candidates must be able to carry a pack weighing up to 20 pounds while hiking, physically traverse up to 5 miles a day, and conduct shovel testing activities throughout the work day. All staff must be able to conduct field work in a safe, responsible manner.
Salary will be $14.75 to $17.00 per hour, dependent on experience. Work duration will be approximately 2 months. For non-local applicants, single hotel rooms provided at Extended Stay America plus $35.00 per diem. These positions will be filled immediately.    
Must be a U.S Citizen, have a current driver’s license and additional state-issued identification, and be able to pass a background security check to conduct field activities. Must be willing to undergo airport badging background certification.
Compensation will be determined based on experience.
All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to their race, color, religion, sex, or national origin. 

Applicants should email a resume/cv to ecomer@... or fax to 410-243-8383.

 
EAC/Archaeology, Inc. 
4303 N. Charles St.
Baltimore, MD 21218