Arkansas Phase I work field techs and crew chiefs needed
R. Joe Brandon <rjoe_brandon@...>
Let them know you heard about it on Shovelbums!
PS they said Phase I, not me.
archeological field technicians and one crew chief. The crew chief
position will start earlier than the field crew but we are not sure of
exact start date yet. An approximate start date for the field crew is
March of 2000, but this may change (possibly February).
members (slightly higher for crew chief). We will employ the field crew
for roughly four months and we will provide reimbursable expenses
- up to 26$/day - and paid lodging), full medical, vision, and dental
coverage, paid holidays, two paid personal days a year, paid sick leave,
mandatory paid safety talks, and the posibility of future work with
on other projects in Arkansas and out of state - PA, WV, LA, etc.
Southeast Arkansas I-69 Connector between Pine Bluff and the
with MA's from U of A Fayetteville in 1993); and mail, fax, or email
offices across the United States and around the world. The Pine Bluff
office was opened in April 1999 specifically to complete the Southeast
Arkansas I-69 Connector corridor study process for the Arkansas State
Highway and Transportation Department, Environmental Division.