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  • 28 Jul 2021 9:52 AM | Dina Rivera (Administrator)

    Salary Range:$80,000.00 To 100,000.00 Annually

    FirstCarbon Solutions (FCS), an ADEC Innovation, is focused on improving the world we live in by advancing sustainable practices globally. It's our goal to improve the lives of all people we work with, whether they are clients, partners or colleagues. By joining FCS, you will work with highly skilled, technical teams that are dedicated to doing what it takes to meet our clients' needs. FCS is focused on advancing the skills and experiences of our staff and has opportunities that expand the globe.

    FCS is seeking a Senior Archaeologist to join our expanding team in Northern California. The Senior Archaeologist will be responsible for preparing project proposals, conducting Phase I assessments, performing records searches and field surveys, consulting with Native American tribes, communicating with clients and lead agencies, conducting Phase II/Phase III testing and data recovery, field monitoring, managing teams of field monitors, preparing Phase IV monitoring reports, curating collections, and preparing written documentation of cultural resources studies and impact assessments adherent to California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) and/or Section 106 of the National Historic Preservation Act (NHPA).

    Duties and Responsibilities

    • Solicits and reviews Request for Proposals (RFP) from clients and lead agencies to determine project needs for cultural resources evaluations and prepares project-specific proposals for the appropriate cultural resources compliance documents
    • Conducts records searches in conjunction with the California Historical Resources Information System (CHRIS) Information Centers (IC) and reviews regional literature, historic maps, historic aerial photographs, and assessor parcel information
    • Performs field surveys, assembles and manages larger survey teams when necessary, collects and analyses data, and records resources in the appropriate Department of Parks and Recreation (DPR) forms
    • Carries out field work, consultation, and reporting requirements specifics for various lead agencies including, but not limited to: local city and county lead agencies under CEQA; state lead agencies such as California Department of Transportation (CalTrans); and federal lead agencies such as United States Army Corps of Engineers (USACE), Federal Aviation Administration (FAA), Federal Communications Commission (FCC), Bureau of Land Management (BLM), and Bureau of Reclamation
    • Authors and reviews Phase I and Phase II Cultural Resources Assessments (CRA), cultural resources components of Initial Studies (IS) or Environmental Impact Reports (EIR), Historical Property Survey Reports (HPSR), and Archaeological Survey Reports (ASR)
    • Prepares Data Recovery Programs (DRP) for projects requiring Phase II testing or Phase III excavation
    • Conducts Phase II and Phase III investigations to lead agency standards, which may include, but is not limited to: site delineation and GIS/GPS mapping, artifact plotting, drawing site sketch maps and taking field photos, surface collection, excavating Shovel Test Probes (STP), excavating Test Units (TU), recording depth and strata levels with off-set measurements, soil screening and sampling, artifact labeling and packaging, preparing artifact catalogs, artifact and assemblage analysis and interpretation, and artifact curation
    • Authors and/or reviews Phase II testing and Phase III excavation reports, with all pertinent field data included and analyzed, to lead agency standards
    • Attends pre-construction meetings with contractor, client, lead agency and interested tribal parties in order to determine pre-established Mitigation Measures (MM) or Conditions of Approval (CoA) for grading or excavation projects requiring cultural resources monitoring
    • Prepares Mitigation Monitoring Plans (MMP), Paleontological Resource Impact Management Plans (PRIMP), and Unanticipated Discovery Plans (UDP), as needed
    •  Conducts and/or manages cultural resources monitoring and records resources in the appropriate Department of Parks and Recreation (DPR) forms, conducts additional Phase II testing or Phase III excavation if needed
    • Educates clients about compliance with cultural resource regulations, advises clients on options to minimize impacts on known cultural resources, and recommends courses of action based on regulatory compliance and professional interpretations
    • Authors and/or reviews Phase IV monitoring close out reports, with all pertinent field data included and analyzed, to lead agency standards
    • Assists in marketing FCS cultural resources services as well as participates in marketing and business development activities
    • Assist in monitoring staff’s workload, schedules, project budgets, and participates in screening and interviewing prospective candidates for technical staff positions in the Cultural Resources Management Division

    Skills

    • Has highly efficient and productive working habits and can handle multiple assignments simultaneously
    • Demonstrates excellent analytical and verbal communication skills
    • Have superior skills in preparing written documents
    • Effectively negotiates sufficient fees and determines contract terms
    • Prepares clear and appropriate scopes of work
    • Supervises establishment of subcontracts and ensures timely and successful subcontractor performance
    • Effectively supervises, trains, and enhances the capabilities of peers and subordinates
    • Demonstrates leadership skills by taking initiative, motivating and helping others, sharing pertinent knowledge, emphasizing teamwork, and providing feedback
    • Proactively and creatively adapts to new work-related challenges
    • Maintains a highly professional image in all work-related activities
    • Registration with the Register of Professional Archaeologists (RPA) is a plus, as is involvement with professional organizations and institutions.
    • Working familiarity with GIS/GPS programs such as Google Earth, ArcGIS, ArcMap, and use of .kml and .kmz files
    • Expertise in MS Word, Excel and Adobe Acrobat with familiarity in MS Access
    • Reliable transportation to travel to project sites and meetings as needed
    • Familiarity with Deltek Vision a plus. 

    Education and Experience

    • Bachelor of Science/Arts degree in Archaeology, Paleontology, or Architectural History. M.A. preferred. 
    • Minimum of 5 years’ experience as a professional Archaeologist (SOI Qualified)
    • Experience supervising laboratory and/or field crews
    • Expertise in northern California Archaeology or Paleontology with recognition among the regional scientific community, and general knowledge of the other Cultural Resources disciplines
    • Familiarity with information resources in the scientific community, including other archaeologists and paleontologists, college and university programs, research centers and libraries, and data repositories
    • Expertise with sections relating to cultural resources in the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA), the California Public Resources Code (PRC), the National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA), the Section 106 of the National Historic Preservation Act, the Archaeological Resources Protection Act (ARPA), the Native American Graves Protection and Repatriation Act (NAGPRA), and the Mitigation Guidelines of the Society of Vertebrate Paleontologists
    • Understands field work, consultation, and reporting requirements specifics for various lead agencies including, but not limited to: local city and county lead agencies under CEQA; state lead agencies such as California Department of Transportation (Caltrans); and federal lead agencies such as United States Army Corps of Engineers (USACE), Federal Aviation Administration (FAA), Federal Communications Commission (FCC), Bureau of Land Management (BLM), and Bureau of Reclamation (USBR)

    Work Environment

    The position operates in both a professional office (currently 100% remote) and outdoor settings relating to archaeological fieldwork. Staff should be equally comfortable in both environments.

    Physical Demands

    The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job.

    Physical requirements for the position include the ability to lift 50lbs., use archaeological equipment for digging, sifting, sorting, etc. Ability to hike uneven terrain over distances in excess of 5 miles.


  • 28 Jul 2021 9:45 AM | Dina Rivera (Administrator)

    ECORP Consulting, Inc. is currently hiring archaeologists for projects in Northern California.

    Responsibilities largely include construction monitoring, but may also include pedestrian survey, site mapping and recording, excavation, and other duties as assigned.

    Minimum requirements include a Bachelor of Arts or Bachelor of Science degree in Anthropology or other closely related field, successful completion of an archaeological field school or field methods course at an accredited university in the United States, and at least 1 year of full-time professional experience. The position will be based in our Rocklin office.

    Regional travel is required, mostly within Northern California. Registered Professional Archaeologists (or ability to become certified as such upon hire) are preferred.

    Wages are based on level of education, relevant experience, and quality of references. Duration of projects expected to span 3-4 months. These are temporary non-benefited positions.    

    If interested, submit resume, work history, wage requirements, and a minimum of two references to jobs@ecorpconsulting.com.

    ECORP Consulting is an Equal Opportunity Employer


  • 28 Jul 2021 9:31 AM | Dina Rivera (Administrator)

    The team at the Archaeological Research Institute is in search of a Public Education and  Outreach Coordinator. We are in search of a team member that is passionate about our  organization’s mission and vision of getting the public informed and involved in archaeology,  and specifically local archaeology. We are looking for someone that is a self-starter, creative,  self-motivated, flexible, empathetic, energized, enjoys teamwork, adaptable, has great  communication skills, collaborative, organized, can problem-solve, and is excited to learn more.  We are willing to train or find opportunities for continued education for the right person. We would like this position to start off as a part-time position with potential for full-time  employment in the future. 

    Position is located in Lawrenceburg, IN, US; just 30 minutes from downtown Cincinnati

    Pay range: $15-$20/hour depending upon experience & background 

    Hours: 16-30hrs/week (8-5 on Tuesdays and 8:45 – 5pm on Wednesdays & Saturdays) Days: Tuesdays (8am-9am Staff Meeting), Wednesdays and Saturdays Required, other days as  needed 

    Main Responsibilities 

    1. Develop ARI archaeological/historic/natural sciences educational programs for a variety  of audiences: Student Interns, Volunteers of all ages, Students k-12, and Visitors 2. Develop archaeology-based educational materials (e.g., learning exercises and lesson  plans for students; training workshops and support materials for teachers) for use in K-12  classes; 

    3. Develop written educational materials for print and internet dissemination to share  research findings with general audiences (such as programs, guides, hand-outs,  workbooks and brochures) 

    4. Lead tours, experiences and speak at public events 

    5. Work with partners in the community and tri-state area to create educational  programming that meets educational state and institution goals 

    6. Attend and coordinate ARI outreach opportunities locally, regionally, and nationally 

    We are willing to help you develop/find training for these skills:  

    Coordinate and manage educational outreach programs 

    • Develop evaluation criteria to establish baselines in knowledge and determine if  educational programming is having an impact 

    • Write grants to secure project funding 

    • Create program budgets and track program expenses (specifically outlining and  tracking costs for educational programs that may be grant-funded programs) • Certification in scout badge programs 

    • Instruct ARI staff on how to operate educational programs and speak to the public that you have developed - Create step-by-step how to guides/workshops for staff on  how to properly educate the public in various arenas 

    • Instruct ARI staff on how to write for the public & to create programs, educational  outcomes 

    • Interpret historical & archaeological materials to vast and different audiences Education and Training Requirements 

    Minimum qualifications: 

    • Bachelor’s degree in anthropology, education, or a related field (e.g., English,  history, humanities) 

    • Experience developing teaching and educational outreach materials 

    • Experience working with the public 

    Preferred qualifications: 

    Graduate degree in anthropology, archaeology, education, history, public history,  museum studies, public relations, communications, or the advantageous  combination of two or more of these disciplines.  

    Experience with archaeological field work, lab work, and research methodologies are  extremely desirable 

    Have very strong verbal and written communication skills, and must demonstrate  experience and aptitude in dealing with various public audiences. 

    RPA/RA Certified 

    Other valuable skills: 

    • Experience in curriculum development & learning design 

    • Training in educational development 

    • Knowledge of core educational components 

    • Experience in STEAM or STEM education programs 

    We are willing to train the right applicant. A passion for educating the public about local  history, archaeological sites and descendant communities is a requirement for the position.  

    Questions? Please feel free to contact us: info@exploreARI.org or call us at 812.290.2966.  Please ask for Liz, Marcus, or Nichelle.  

    Qualified applicants should send their application, cover letter, resume/CV, and three references  to info@exploreARI.org Attn: Public Education & Outreach Coordinator Position




  • 27 Jul 2021 9:29 AM | Dina Rivera (Administrator)

    Aspen CRM Solutions

     

    Aspen CRM Solutions has an opening for a single position for a drone pilot/archaeology crew member.  The position is in support of cultural resource survey, site documentation, and report preparation for a variety of Section 106 and Section 110 projects on federal, state, and private land in New Mexico, and of aerial mapping and photogrammetry for CRM and other industries.

    The company has an existing UAV (drone) program that it wishes to expand with additional clients, particularly cultural resource managers but also those in the natural resource, solar energy, and other fields.  The successful applicant will have the skills necessary to take the program the next step, including self-motivation, the ability to work well both independently and as a member of a team, an interest in and drive to stay up to date on new technology, and the ability and initiative to successfully market the program and generate new clients.  The applicant should have:

    •     Familiarity with fixed wing and rotary crafts (we fly a Firefly6 Pro, a DJI Matrice 600 Pro, and an Inspire 1 Pro)
    •     Familiarity with drone flying software, preferably with terrain awareness (we use Ground Station Pro, Maps Made Easy, Pix4D Capture, UGCS, and others)
    •     Familiarity with imagery processing and photogrammetry software (we use Pix4D)
    •     Familiarity with image editing software (e.g., Photoshop)
    •     An FAA Section 107 UAV pilot’s certification or the willingness to obtain one within three months

    Preference will be given to applicants with:

    •     Familiarity with the cultural resources of New Mexico
    •     Familiarity with archaeological survey processes, including navigation using GPS and/or compass, site and feature documentation, GPS data collection, artifact recording, and photography
    •     Ability to traverse rough terrain in a variety of weather conditions in remote locations for extended periods
    •     Ability to travel frequently for extended periods and willingness to camp occasionally during fieldwork sessions
    •     Familiarity with GIS/GPS technologies and ability to read/use topographic maps, compasses, etc.
    •     Skills with cultural resource site documentation (both LA and HCPI forms)
    •     Artifact identification and age/use interpretation (knowledge of New Mexico pottery types preferred)
    •     Knowledge of Microsoft Office software, very good research and writing abilities
    • RPA/RA certification


    The position is full time and based in Santa Fe, New Mexico.  Compensation is contingent on experience and skills. Every effort will be made to supply full time employment, but periodic furloughs may be necessary due to the pandemic.  Applicants should submit a current resume, references, and writing sample to aspencrmsolutions@gmail.com.  Information about Aspen CRM Solutions can be found at www.aspencrmsolutions.com.


  • 26 Jul 2021 2:37 PM | Dina Rivera (Administrator)

    ECORP Consulting, Inc. is seeking a qualified, experienced, and dynamic senior-level archaeologist for our Northern and Southern California practices. This position may be located in any of our California offices.

    Responsibilities include, but are not limited to:

    • serving as a Principal Investigator on projects throughout California;
    • providing mentorship and leadership to mid-level and junior staff;
    • coordinating project tasks to meet cost and schedule objectives;
    • supervising and participating in field and laboratory work;
    • supervising groups of Senior, Staff, Associate, and Assistant Archaeologists;
    • authoring cultural resources technical reports;
    • developing new business from referrals from new and/or existing clients and assisting with marketing efforts;
    • preparing cultural resources proposals and assisting with the preparation of multidisciplinary proposals;
    • assisting the Group Manager and/or Department Director with supervision and review of department staff members;
    • advising clients and agencies on compliance matters;
    • serving as a tribal liaison; and
    • training staff in cultural resource project/task completion and reviewing work of other team members.

    • Minimum requirements include:

    • a master’s or doctorate degree in anthropology or archaeology;
    • a minimum of 10 years of experience in environmental and cultural resources management consulting in California;
    • Registered Professional Archaeologist (or ability to become certified as such upon hire);
    • ability to carry out fieldwork and/or construction monitoring, which may require periodic travel and work in extreme or challenging physical environments;
    • ability to function effectively in a fast-paced team environment but also to work independently;
    • a strong working knowledge of the federal and state regulatory settings;
    • proven ability to senior author cultural resource management reports; and
    • knowledge of the prehistory, history, archaeology, and ethnography of California.

    The following qualities and skills are highly desired:

    • demonstrated experience serving as a consultant in an advisory capacity to clients;
    • project management experience, including a proven ability to be on time and on budget;
    • excellent problem-solving skills, particularly in complex CRM projects;
    • ability to communicate effectively in writing and through oral presentations; and
    • strong organizational skills and work ethic.

    We offer a competitive salary and an excellent benefits program. If interested, please email your resume and cover letter to jobs@ecorpconsulting.com

    Please visit our website at http://www.ecorpconsulting.com to learn more about our company.

    ECORP is an EEO Employer


  • 21 Jul 2021 9:39 AM | Dina Rivera (Administrator)

    TerraXplorations is seeking a Principal Investigator in Georgia for Permanent Full-Time position.  Principal Investigator responsibilities include, but are not limited to, directing archaeological crews during Phase I, Phase II, or Phase III investigations. Directing one or more projects at the same time. Responsible for ensuring the field work, laboratory analysis, and reporting and meeting all project deadlines. Guaranteeing the quality of all the field investigations. Also marketing and maintaining client relationships.

    Major responsibilities of the job include:

    • planning surveys and excavations
    • conducting fieldwork and directly overseeing the crews efforts
    • examining, documenting and preserving artifacts for transportation to the lab
    • managing Field Directors
    • producing, compiling and maintaining written, photographic and drawn records and electronic databases
    • supervising and guiding staff
    • collecting and interpreting data
    • writing research designs, technical reports, site forms, and similar project records
    • marketing
    • dating and interpreting finds, when possible
    • mathematical, statistical and computational modelling
    • keeping in constant communication with project manager and client, when requested

    Qualified applicants will possess: a Master's degree in Archaeology, Anthropology, or a closely related field is preferred; previous experience on transportation projects; at least three years professional experience in Cultural Resource Management, and the ability to perform strenuous work in summer conditions.  TerraXplorations would prefer certified members of the Register of Professional Archaeologists.

    Ideal applicants will have experience in Alabama, Georgia, Louisiana, and/or Tennessee.


    Kristi Jackson

    TerraXplorations

    Financial Manager

    hr@terraxplorations.com



  • 19 Jul 2021 12:48 PM | Dina Rivera (Administrator)

    Archaeologist/Environmental Planner Position - Dokken Engineering (Folsom, California)  

    Dokken Engineering’s Environmental branch has an immediate opening for an Archaeologist/Environmental Planner to implement cultural resources management tasks as well as various other environmental planning tasks.  Dokken provides environmental, engineering, and construction support services for local, state, and federally funded projects including roads, bridges, highways, interchanges, trails, dams, and other public works facilities.   

    In this role, a successful applicant will have the ability to conduct field assessments of cultural resources and to prepare stand-alone environmental technical reports that comply with both the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) and the National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) regulations. Applicants should have proven abilities in cultural resource assessments and archaeological field experience, including survey and excavation.   

    Typical job responsibilities will focus on   

    • Conducting literature research and record searches  
    • Coordinating Native American consultation  
    • Completing archaeological pedestrian surveys  
    • Conducting archaeological excavation (testing and data recovery)   
    • Writing technical reports and environmental documentation including, but not limited to, Caltrans formatted cultural reports  
    • Working with clients, regulatory authorities, and subconsultants  
    • Securing environmental permits  
    • Assisting with the development and implementation of mitigation and monitoring reporting programs  
    • Writing general environmental documents  
    • Overall transportation planning NEPA/CEQA compliance  

    Dokken is a team-oriented work environment with a long tenured core group of employees. Full time employee positions are offered competitive salaries and a top-of-the-line benefits package, including a stock ownership plan and 9% matching 401k program.    

    Full benefits package includes:  

    • Paid holidays (10 days annually)  
    • Fifteen (15) days of PTO  
    • Comprehensive health insurance including medical, dental and vision with plans as low as $17.00/month.  
    • Employer-paid life Insurance ($70,000 face value) and long-term disability insurance (66 2/3% of monthly income)  
    • Retirement benefits including 401(k) Profit Sharing Plan and Employee Stock Ownership Plan  

    This environmental position will be based out of our Folsom, California office, but periodic travel throughout the State should be expected. There will be a standard 3-month probation period for the selected applicant.   

    Salary: $50,000 – $80,000; salary pay is commensurate with qualifications and experience.   

    Qualifications:   

    • Must have completed an archaeological field school and completed a BA or BS in anthropology, archaeology, or a related field.   
    • Applicants should have approximately 2-10 years of experience in related fieldwork, preferably in California.  
    • Candidate should have a good working knowledge of federal and California environmental laws (i.e., Section 106 of the National Historic Preservation Act, NEPA, and CEQA).  
    • Strong written and verbal communication skills are required.  
    • Previous experience with environmental studies and GPS/GIS applications is preferred.  
    • Membership in the Register of Professional Archaeologists is preferred.


    Training will be provided as needed.  

    If interested, please submit a resume and cover letter to jobs@dokkenengineering.com.  




  • 19 Jul 2021 12:29 PM | Dina Rivera (Administrator)

     DOWL, LLC 

    *To apply, please click the following link or visit www.dowl.com/careers

    Cultural Resource Specialist (Anchorage, AK) 

    Description

    Summary

    This is a full-time regular position to provide cultural resources support, including a full spectrum of research, documentation, report preparation, public involvement, and agency coordination services to clients in the area of environmental documentation as required by the National Historic Preservation Act (NHPA) and the National Environmental Protection Act (NEPA). The incumbent must have a Master’s Degree in anthropology, archeology, architectural history, history, or a closely related field with specialized training in CRM. They will deal with cultural resource identification and documentation; and carry out or assist in limited monitoring, survey, and testing cultural resource sites; lab work and managing of field data; and the production of small-scale reports. A Cultural Resource Specialist II should have a progressively responsible 2- to 5-year track as a CRM professional.

     

    Essential Duties and Responsibilities include the following:

    ·          Define project study areas.

    ·          Perform background research of existing cultural resources data for projects.

    ·          Assemble lists of tribal entities, Alaska Native Corporations (regional and village), and other consulting parties for project-specific consultation

    ·          Perform fieldwork.

    ·          Prepare and edit reports of on the cultural resource data derived from projects, or contribute to larger reports.

    ·          Assist with other project tasks in the Environmental Sub-Practice Area, including research and writing for sections of National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) documents, permit applications, and other technical reports and studies.

    ·          Consistently exercise discretion and judgment in all work tasks.

    ·          Participate in public and agency meetings, including presentations in front of large groups of people.

    ·          Other duties may be assigned.

     

    Qualifications To be successful in this position, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

     

    Education and/or Experience

    Will meet the US Secretary of the Interior's Professional Qualifications Standards including:

    ·          A Master’s Degree from an accredited archeology, anthropology, cultural resources management, history, architectural history or closely related program is required.

    ·          If advanced degree is in a field other than archaeology, anthropology or CRM, incumbent must demonstrate ability to contribute subject matter expertise in their field, and have qualifying experience as defined below.

    ·          Will have at least two years of progressively responsible CRM project experience.

     

    Certificates, Licenses, Registrations

    • Must have a valid driver’s license and a good driving record.
    • RPA/RA certification preferred.

     

    Mathematical Skills

    Ability to add, subtract, multiply, and divide in all units of measure, using whole numbers, common fractions, and decimals. Ability to create and interpret graphs.

     

    Job Knowledge, Skills and Abilities

    ·          Knowledge of federal cultural resource legislation, including the National Historic Preservation Act of 1966 and the National Environmental Policy Act of 1969; general familiarity with cultural resource regulations, and special study areas relating to archeology and cultural resources, and the Secretary of the Interior's Standards.

    ·          Professional knowledge in at least one cultural resource subject matter area (including anthropology, archaeology, architectural history, history, etc.) gained through an academic degree program or its equivalent.

    ·          Basic ability to accomplish research and conduct survey and inventory work in the area of the incumbent's discipline specialty.

    ·          Ability to produce basic cultural resource cultural resource survey documentation (e.g., bibliographical essays, outline studies of limited scope, and small scale surveys).

    ·          Basic knowledge of the National Register of Historic Places criteria.

    ·          Ability to assist, under direct supervision, in the development and execution of a project.

    ·          Knowledge of basic techniques of writing technical and professional reports on the results of cultural resource surveys.

    ·          Ability to draft general correspondence related to cultural resource topics.

    ·          Ability to prepare the cultural resource component of less complex projects.

    ·          Ability to assist, under direct supervision, in the development and execution of a project.

    ·          Knowledge of basic techniques of writing technical and professional reports on the results of cultural resource surveys.

    ·          Demonstrated ability to carry research to completion, as evidenced by the timely completion of these, scholarly reports, papers, publications, or similar documents.

    ·          When qualifying M.A. or M.S. is in a related field (rather than anthropology or archaeology), the incumbent must demonstrate equivalent training and experience in their specialty and have qualifying experience such as:

    o     Archaeological field research: Can demonstrate a minimum of one year of field experience. Experience includes survey, excavation, and laboratory processing and/or analysis.

    o     Documents research: Can demonstrate competency in the use of published and/or unpublished documentary data (field notes, collections, catalogs, historical, ethnohistorical and ethnographic data; environmental and paleoenvironmental data, etc.) as a basis for analysis. Must have (1) at least one year's experience in cultural resource research under the supervision of a professional; and (2) prepared at least one report, of at least the scope and quality of an M.A. thesis, that organizes a body of documentary data, and analyzes this body of data to reach predictions, conclusions, or interpretations.

    o     Historical Archaeology: Can document a minimum of one year of field and laboratory experience with sites and artifacts of an historical period, including six months of field work and eight weeks of laboratory work under the supervision of a professional historical archeologist.

    o     History: Incumbent must (1) demonstrate competence in primary archival research under the supervision of a competent specialist; and (2) prepared at least one report, of at least the scope and quality of an M.A. thesis, that organizes a body of archival data, and analyzes this body of data to reach predictions, conclusions, or interpretations.

    o     Architectural History: Can demonstrate professional experience evaluating historic buildings, structures and landscapes for NRHP eligibility and knowledge of federal, state and local cultural resource regulations as they apply to these resources.

    ·          Must be able to use Microsoft Word, Excel, Outlook, and Project software

    ·          The ability to travel and work in remote areas under adverse conditions for extended periods of time is required

     

    Physical Demands The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

    While performing the duties of this position, the employee is regularly required to sit. The employee is required to talk and hear. The employee is regularly required to stand; walk and use hands to manipulate tools, handle, or feel. The employee must occasionally lift and/or move up to 50 pounds. Specific vision abilities required by this position include close vision and ability to adjust focus.

    On occasion, must have the ability to work at remotes sites.  Ability to walk and hike through rough terrain, snow, and ice; dig with shovel or other hand tools; screen excavated sediments; routinely lift between 30–50 pounds.

     

    Work Environment The work environment characteristics described here are representative of those an employee encounters while performing the essential functions of this position. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

    The noise level in the work environment is usually moderate.

    Equal Opportunity Employer/Protected Veterans/Individuals with Disabilities


  • 19 Jul 2021 12:24 PM | Dina Rivera (Administrator)

    Geophysical Specialist

    New South Associates, Inc. – Greensboro, NC

    We are seeking a geophysical archaeologist in our Greensboro, North Carolina office. This entry level position is intended for a qualified individual who will be part of an archaeological geophysics team. They will join a fast paced and dynamic team of archaeologists performing geophysical surveys around the southeast.  The geophysical archaeology program at New South conducts a variety of projects throughout the Southeastern United States including cemetery surveys, large-scale prehistoric sites, historic sites, and everything in between.

    Candidates should show familiarity and some experience with near-surface geophysical field and processing methods (particularly magnetometer and ground-penetrating radar). Project assignments will involve directing field projects, processing and interpreting data, and preparing project reports.

    Minimum Qualifications

    ·       Master’s degree in anthropology or closely related field.

    ·       Familiarity and experience with near-surface geophysical instruments and data processing.

    ·       Basic ArcGIS skills

    ·       Basic mapping skills with GPS and total station and a willingness to learn

    ·       Good writing skills

    ·       Leadership ability

    ·       Communication skills

    ·       Ability to travel (primarily within the southeast region)

    Desired Qualifications

    ·       RPA Certification or Eligible for RPA Certification

    ·       Experience with archaeological excavations methods

    ·       Demonstrated ability to meet schedule and deadlines within a budget

    ·       Preference will be shown for individuals with experience in the Lower South, Southeast, and Mid-Atlantic regions

    Compensation will range between $45,000 to $53,000, commensurate with experience. New South Associates provides company paid health, dental, and vision insurance; paid time off; company holidays; a qualified bonus plan; and a 401k plan with 10% corporate match after one year’s employment. New South Associates supports and encourages professional conference participation and publication by its employees.

    New South Associates, Inc. is an equal opportunity employer, and women and minorities are encouraged to apply. This position will be based in our Greensboro, NC office.

    To apply, please send a cover letter outlining your qualifications, resume, list of at least three references, and a writing sample to resumes@newsouthassoc.com.


  • 28 Jun 2021 8:54 AM | Dina Rivera (Administrator)

    Field Archaeologist (SW Miami-Dade County, Florida)


    SKS Engineering and Planning, Inc. is currently looking for 1 - 2 contract employees that can fulfill the requirements of a temporary full-time project Archaeological Monitor in Southwest Miami-Dade County, Florida. The $35/hour contract position will start within the next two weeks, with an anticipated full-time duration of 4 months and the possibility of other similar projects following.

    The required applicant qualifications are as follows:


    Preferred qualifications are as follows:

    • membership in the Register of Professional Archaeologists;
    • experience in archaeological monitoring of construction projects;
    • experience in Native American artifact identification.
    If interested, please respond ASAP to Teri@sksengineeringinc.com. Feel free to visit our web site at www.sksengineeringinc.com.

    At SKS Engineering and Planning, Inc. you can look forward to a challenging role that will push you outside of your comfort zone. Our role in spanning regulatory compliance with significant coastal and ecological restoration construction projects expands your cultural / environmental / technical / regulatory experience into a practical service set when utilized during the construction of high-profile projects.


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