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  • 7 Mar 2022 1:56 PM | Dina Rivera (Administrator)


    Pax is currently seeking applicants for the following positions:

    • Senior Biologist/Project Manager

    • Qualified SWPPP Practitioner (QSP)

    • Wildlife Biologist

    • Archaeologist

    • ISA Certified Arborist

    Please email letter of interest and resume to: hr@paxenviro.com


  • 7 Mar 2022 1:53 PM | Dina Rivera (Administrator)

    Archeological Principal Investigator

    · Austin, Texas

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    Employment Type Full-Time

    Description:
    Seeking a highly motivated person to fill a Principal Investigator position in the Austin, Texas office. The right candidate will be competent in archeological theory and method. With an understanding of collecting, handling, analyzing, evaluating archaeological data relative to the scope of work. In addition, this candidate will be able to conduct any and all investigations as it pertains to the compliance of Texas statutes and codes. This individual should also meet the Secretary of the Interior standards for archeology.


    Job Responsibilities:

    This position will include managing field projects and staff, writing technical reports, agency coordination, conducting background research, and be able to contribute to proposals and marketing efforts. The candidate must also possess excellent written and oral skills, be highly organized, self motivated, detail oriented, and be able to work in a high demand atmosphere. The preferred candidate will have experience working on projects in Texas, Oklahoma, Louisiana, and the surrounding states. Be well versed in state, federal, and local antiquities laws and regulations, and have experience working on linear oil and gas projects. 


    Required Skills and Experience:

    • Must posses a Masters degree or higher, demonstrate experience with state and federal permitting, and have been the lead author on technical cultural resources reports compliant with state reporting guidelines. 
    • 3-5 plus years worth of experience as a Principal Investigator.
    • Registered Professional Archaeologist (RPA) is preferred. 
    • Demonstrate strong technical writing skills.
    • Have experience supervising field crews.


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  • 7 Mar 2022 1:51 PM | Dina Rivera (Administrator)

    Archaeologist - Southern CA

    We are the Environment & Planning Division. We are passionate about doing what’s right for our clients, our people, the communities where we live and work, and the environment. We are planners, scientists, program managers, communicators, economists, technologists, and strategists. We are collaborative, curious, and committed to excellence—these are qualities we value that make us who we are and inspire us to grow.  If you perform well in a fast-paced, engaging and collaborative environment, and would like to work with a diverse team of industry professionals, we encourage you to learn more about ICF (www.icf.com) and consider applying to join our team.      

    ICF is currently seeking an Archaeologist to be based in one of our Southern California offices in San Diego, Los Angeles or Irvine or the option to work remotely within Southern California.

      

    Job Description

    The objective of the Archaeologist position is a qualified individual to assist senior archaeologists in GIS and data management, fieldwork, laboratory analysis, monitoring, and preparation of technical reports and environmental documents. Duties will include conducting and compiling background research, survey, testing, evaluation, data recovery, and construction monitoring, laboratory work, assistance with report preparation as well as other tasks as assigned. Position requires excellent field skills, artifact analyses, keeping of field notes and records, and writing key sections of reports (methods, results, artifact analyses).

    What You Will do

    • Assist in the completion of studies and compliance approaches toward acquisition of permits and clearances (for federal, state, and local laws and regulations) or resource management plans. Support and coordinate technical work in archaeology.

    • Evaluate resources for California and National Registers.

    • Write and produce reports or documents.

    • Assist in coordination of projects related to environmental compliance and resource management, including schedule, personnel allocation/planning, technical approach development, and subcontractor involvement.

    • Assist senior-level resource lead and provide technical support in field and office settings. Includes: assisting with development of resource management recommendations, assessing project effects on resources, and providing support to address complex resource problems and issues that require advanced technical or regulatory knowledge.

    • Collaborate in an integrated team with engineers, scientists, planners, regulators, and other stakeholders.

    What You Must Have

    • Master’s degree in Anthropology, Archaeology or related field.

    • Registered Professional Archaeologist

    • GIS Certificate

    • 2+ years of field experience in archaeological surveys and reconnaissance

    • Knowledge of GPS equipment and applications is critical

    • Familiarity with southern California cultural resources and associated regulatory environment.

    • Excellent verbal and written communication skills

    • A history of working with private, public sector clients, and regulatory agencies.

    • Ability to translate between science, planning, engineering, and policy.

    • A blend of strategic and tactical thinking as a well-rounded consultant.

    • A desire to excel and passion for rewarding work on complex environmental challenges.

    • Working knowledge of CEQA, NEPA, NHPA, and other state and federal environmental regulations.

    • Use of MS Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Outlook.

    • Knowledge of GPS applications in the field

    This is an outstanding opportunity to work with talented and passionate individuals and to grow with a firm that believes in nurturing talent and developing long-term career success. ICF is a purpose driven company with a strong culture and underlying values that prize diversity, opportunity, equality, and respect. Our core values include Embracing Differences, and we seek candidates who are passionate about building a culture that encourages, embraces and hires dimensions of differences.

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    Working at ICF

    Working at ICF means applying a passion for meaningful work with intellectual rigor to help solve the leading issues of our day. Smart, compassionate, innovative, committed, ICF employees tackle unprecedented challenges to benefit people, businesses, and governments around the globe. We believe in collaboration, mutual respect, open communication, and opportunity for growth.

    We can only solve the world's toughest challenges by building an inclusive workplace that allows everyone to thrive. We are an equal opportunity employer, committed to hiring regardless of any protected characteristic, such as race, ethnicity, national origin, color, sex, gender identity/expression, sexual orientation, religion, age, disability status, or military/veteran status. Together, our employees are empowered to share their expertise and collaborate with others to achieve personal and professional goals. For more information, please read our EEO & AA policy.

    COVID-19 Policy: New or prospective U.S. employees must provide proof of complete vaccination on the date of their commencement of employment. If selected for employment, you will provide proof of your full vaccination status, defined as vaccinated two weeks after receiving the requisite number of doses of a COVID-19 vaccine approved or authorized for emergency use by the FDA.

    Reasonable Accommodations are available, including, but not limited to, for disabled veterans, individuals with disabilities, and individuals with sincerely held religious beliefs, in all phases of the application and employment process. To request an accommodation please email icfcareercenter@icf.com and we will be happy to assist. All information you provide will be kept confidential and will be used only to the extent required to provide needed reasonable accommodations. Read more about non-discrimination:  EEO is the law and  Pay Transparency Statement.

     

    San Diego, CA (CA74)



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  • 7 Mar 2022 1:29 PM | Dina Rivera (Administrator)

    Cultural Resources Manager – Senior Archaeologist

    This is a career opportunity for a senior cultural resources program manager out of our Lake Forest, CA office providing NEPA/CEQA analyses, technical studies, and project permitting to a wide variety of private and federal, state, and local government clients in the western U.S. The individual will lead cultural resources projects and selected business development opportunities and provide successful and independent management of archaeological and historical resources projects, including direction of large technical and field studies and assembly, supervision, and direction of an established cultural resources team.

    Your Key Responsibilities

    • Technical resource lead and/or principal investigator for complex, high profile cultural resource investigations.
    • Mentor, supervise, and technical and operations resources for staff and senior project managers.
    • Program management and financial management for key client programs, possibly multidisciplinary management.
    • Ensuring the delivery of high-quality technical products through implementation and of quality review and independent review protocols.
    • Lead business development and marketing by building new client relationships and maintaining existing ones.
    • Lead technical elements of proposal development, including scope, budget, and schedule to ensure complete satisfaction.
    • Maintain a high professional profile externally through membership in professional organizations, continually increasing client contact base.

    Your Capabilities and Credentials

    • Professional writing, problem solving, and communication skills.
    • Valid driver’s license and good driving record required.
    • Prior to employment, this position will require the successful completion of a physical and drug screen.
    • Experience leading and conducting Phase I and II Cultural Resource Surveys in California and Nevada.
    • Proven experience of Determinations of Eligibility for National Register of Historic Places and California Register of Historical Resources.
    • Impact Assessment of Project Alternatives on Cultural Resources. – Section 106 and 110 (NHPA) Consultation.
    • Memoranda of Agreement and Programmatic Agreements.
    • Data Recovery and Monitoring Plans.
    • Historic Property Treatment Plans.
    • Ethnographic Research.
    • Native American Consultation.
    • NAGPRA Consultation.
    • Lead for Construction Monitoring Coordination and Field Coordination.
    • Knowledge GIS/GPS and ability to direct others to record and create maps in GIS.
    • Registered Professional Archaeologist.

    Education and Experience

    MA/MS in cultural resources or archaeology, especially California archaeology. Demonstrated expertise in the application and interpretation of California and federal laws and regulations for large and complex projects. Minimum 5 years supervisory, management, and team-oriented experience in consulting acquired over 10 to 15 years of progressively responsible cultural resources positions.

    Please send a resume to Sloane Seferyn, at sloanes@HANAresources.com. PLEASE NO CALLS.


  • 7 Mar 2022 1:24 PM | Dina Rivera (Administrator)

    The Davey Tree Expert Company

    Field Supervisor Archeologist

    Gainesville, VA, US, 20155

    Additional Locations: n/a

    Primary Locations: VA, Gainesville, 5300 Wellington Branch Drive, Suite 100, 20155 

    Requisition ID: 163961

    Position Overview

     

    Wetland Studies and Solutions, Inc., a Davey company, is seeking qualified applicants to fill a full-time permanent Field Supervisor Archeologist position in our Gainesville office. The pay rate for these positions is competitive and dependent on experience with opportunities for advancement.

    Job Duties

     

    Responsibilities will include:

    • Management of archeological fieldwork including Phase I, II, and III excavations, archeological cemetery delineations, and archeological recovery of human remains
    • Ensuring work quality and adherence to schedule and budget for diverse archeological projects from field survey to report production
    • Preparation of draft plans and reports
    • Conducting archeological research
    • Assisting with proposals and interacting with clients, agency staff, and contractors

    Qualifications

     

     

    Minimum qualifications include:

    • An advanced degree in Archeology, or a closely related field and at least one (1) year of experience in the management of archeological field projects
    • Ability to work independently and with a team
    • Willingness to travel (per diem and lodging will be provided on projects more than approximately 90 miles from the office)
    • Physical ability to perform rigorous fieldwork in all settings and weather conditions
    • Possession of a valid driver’s license
    • Excellent written and verbal communication skills

     

    Preferred Experience/Qualifications:

    • At least three (3) years of experience in the management of archeological field projects in the Mid-Atlantic or Southeastern region
    • Applied knowledge of federal, state, and local cultural resource laws and regulations
    • Registered Professional Archaeologist (RPA)

    Additional Information

     

    What We Offer:*

    • Paid time off and paid holidays.
    • Opportunities for advancement.
    • All job specific equipment and safety gear provided.
    • 401(k) retirement savings plan with a company match.
    • Employee-owned company and discounted stock purchase options.
    • Group Health Plan.
    • Employee Referral Bonus Program:  Send-A-Friend.
    • The Davey Tree Family Scholarship for children of employees.
    • Charitable matching gift program.

    *All listed benefits available to eligible employees.

     

    Company Overview

     

     

    Invest in your future. Join one of the largest employee-owned companies in the nation! Davey has a unique culture that focuses on exchanging ideas, community partnership, a commitment to safety, and delivering unrivaled client service while acting as industry leaders in horticultural and environmental services.

     

    We are proud to be an Equal Employment Opportunity and Affirmative Action employer.  As a service provider, our success depends upon our ability to attract and retain qualified personnel, regardless of their age, race, color, religion, gender, national origin, disability, sexual orientation, gender identity, military or veteran status, or other protected characteristics as established by federal, state or local law. 

     

    Wetland Studies and Solutions, Inc., a Davey company, provides a full range of natural and cultural resource consulting services and is based in Gainesville, Va. The Davey Tree Expert Company has U.S. and Canadian operations in more than 47 states and five provinces and provides a variety of tree care, grounds maintenance and consulting services for the residential, utility, commercial, and government markets. Founded in 1880, Davey has been employee-owned for 40 years and has more than 10,000 employees who provide Proven Solutions for a Growing World. For more information, visit www.davey.com

     

    If you need any assistance at any time please contact us at 1-877-411-7601 or at Recruiting@davey.com.

     

    Employment Type: Permanent 
    Job Type: Full Time 
    Travel Expectations: Up to 25% 


    Nearest Major Market: Washington DC
    Job Segment: Manager, Horticulture, Housekeeping, Management, Agriculture, Hospitality




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  • 7 Mar 2022 1:08 PM | Dina Rivera (Administrator)

    Archaeologist/Cultural Resources Specialist

    ID: ASD-014 Location: Rapid City Program: ACE

    Wage/Hr: $38.00 Hours/Week: 24 Minimum Age: 55

    Being Age 55 or Older is Good for The Environment! The Agricultural Conservation Experienced Services (ACES) Program offers unique opportunities in Scientific, Technical, and Agricultural support for individuals age 55 and over to support the Department of Agriculture's Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS) through a grant administered program awarded to National Older Worker Career Center (NOWCC).

    This is a unique program where your talents, expertise and experience will truly be valued. The ACES program provides an opportunity to work side-by-side with NRCS staff that are doing important work every day. Benefits: Paid Health Insurance Premium for positions budgeted at 60+ hours per pay period, Accrued Vacation and Sick Leave, Paid Federal Holidays, and optional Vision and Dental Insurance available for positions budgeted at 35+ hours per pay period. NOTE: Positions listed here do not guarantee employment for any definite period of time. Enrollment in the Experienced Worker Programs administered by NOWCC is temporary. The enrollment relationship between NOWCC and the Enrollee is an "at-will" relationship. This means that an Enrollee is free to terminate his or her enrollment at any time during the enrollment period, and NOWCC and the Agency have the right to terminate the relationship with the Enrollee. NOTE: An ?ACES Enrollee? is not a federal employee, nor an employee of NOWCC. An ?ACES Enrollee? is a participant in a grant program, which is established through a Cooperative Agreement funded by the USDA-NRCS and administered by NOWCC.

    Qualifications:

    Minimum of 15 year(s) of experience in cultural resources work OR MA/MS Degree in Archaeology, Anthropology or related field.

    Valid South Dakota driver's license required. Must meet DOI Requirements for archaeology. Knowledge of cultural resources processes, including site survey/assessment protocol and report writing. Registered Professional Archaeologist accreditation preferred.

    Experience required with Windows, MS Word

    GPS and GIS skills required for gathering in-field data and map development in ArcGIS.

    Duties:

    This position will be located in the Rapid City, SD or Belle Fourche, SD Field Office and will involve travel elsewhere in western SD. Provide technical support to the NRCS Archaeologists utilizing an advanced understanding of anthropological and archaeological field techniques in connection with locating, testing and evaluating cultural resource sites. The position may involve the review of cultural resources field review forms and the preparations of survey reports. The position will assist the State Cultural Resource Specialist as needed.

    Conduct record searches and field reviews of conservation practice sites. Conducts pre-field office research, field surveys and site evaluations, using a variety of reference materials, interviews with source individuals, aerial photographs, and technical instruments. Searches areas of proposed projects for evidence of historic and prehistoric remains. Determines exact location of sites and marks them on maps and aerial photographs. Reviews work in progress and reports to superiors relative to the completion date and other standards set in report. Records information on site survey form and prepares an archaeological reconnaissance report needed for evaluation and management of the project. 50%

    Works as a team member with the field archaeologist, NRCS field office personnel and District Conservationist's to schedule work and meet priorities. Ensures that work assignments are carried out in safe and timely manner according to established standards and procedures. 25%

    Write reports to document findings 25%

    Other:

    Selected candidate required under NRCS, complete courses as assigned.

    Training will be provided as needed

    Travel Requirements: Occasional field office visits if necessary

    Overnight travel: Up to eight nights of travel per month, depending on project locations.

    NOWCC is committed to promoting equal opportunity and to an environment free from discrimination and harassment in any form administering Experienced Worker Programs under cooperative agreements with federal agencies. It is NOWCC's policy to comply with all applicable laws that provide equal opportunity and to prohibit unlawful discrimination in enrolling participants in the federal programs.


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  • 7 Mar 2022 1:01 PM | Dina Rivera (Administrator)


    Archaeological Field Technician San Luis Obispo, CA
    Archaeological Field Technician Multiple Locations, CA
    Assistant Project Manager Multiple Locations, CA
    Cultural Resources Field Director Multiple Locations, CA
    Cultural Resources Project Manager Multiple Locations, CA
    Paleontological Field Technician Multiple Locations, CA


  • 7 Mar 2022 12:59 PM | Dina Rivera (Administrator)

    Overview

    Licensed professional archaeologist and cultural resource specialist, will lead and support project / program teams by performing technical aspects of projects, including archaeological and environmental fieldwork. Assists in maintaining project budgets and schedules; trains & mentors staff; and serves as technical subject matter expert. In this role, an employee will be expected to develop and demonstrate proficiency related to the essential functions of the job as described below.

    Responsibilities

    • Develop, recommend, and implement project objectives and strategy reviews for clients:
    • Assist Project Managers to identify project sites, identify environmental constraints, critical issues, baseline environmental studies, and project schedule support.
    • Conduct archaeological fieldwork including monitoring, survey, testing, and data recovery. Serve as Field Director/Field Lead and direct field crews, including scheduling work and making individual or team work assignments and leading the instruction of others in the use of equipment, technology, and field methods.
    • Serve as a Principal Investigator, based on level of experience and project complexity.
    • Assist with mapping responsibilities in the field, including collection of GPS data using Trimble units and iPads.
    • Research federal/state/local requirements as directed by Project Managers and Team Leaders. Interpret and advise on cultural resource laws, regulations, and policies to effect good business decisions and successful project execution. Advise supervisors on emerging cultural resources statutes or regulations and the implications of these on projects.
    • Communicate with Project Managers and Team Leaders on workload status, strategies for communication with clients, federal, state, and local agencies as appropriate.
    • Keep records and maintain the relevant State Historic Preservation Officer (SHPO) documentation pertaining to cultural resources.
    • Oversee summaries, figures, and graphs by tabulating analytical data, site data, and field notes.
    • Assist in permitting and compliance, including non-federal due diligence:
    • Draft, review, and finalize preliminary and final cultural resources reports, site forms, and tribal coordination documentation deliverables in accordance with industry standards. Make decisions about project alternatives, National Register evaluations, and effects on historic properties.
    • Prepare and review permit applications for technical areas, including cultural resources; impact analyses; support public outreach; coordination with regulatory agencies and tribal/indigenous representatives.
    • Complete tasks within budget and on schedule. Work with Subject Matter Expert/Project Manager/Project Coordinator to address comments on work products.
    • Act as a primary or secondary contact for review agencies.
    • Attend meetings and public hearings and compile meeting minutes for Project Manager/Project Coordinator review.

    Requirements

    EDUCATION

    • Master’s Degree required in Anthropology/Archaeology or related field. Must meet the Secretary of Interior Qualification Standards for Archaeology.
    • Registered Professional Archaeologist (RPA) preferred.

    EXPERIENCE / SKILLS
    • Minimum of three (3) to five (5) years of consulting experience in cultural resources or related field.
    • Experience in the Midwest, Great Plains, and Rockies.
    • Experience with technical cultural resources report writing and editing.
    • Experience working with tribal/indigenous communities preferred.
    • Demonstrate an intermediate understanding and application of the following:
    • Accident reporting
    • Confidentiality
    • Plan interpretation
    • Report and permit application writing
    • Industry standard software and applications MS Office
    • Problem solving and adaptation to the situation
    • Current valid driver’s license and the ability to safely operate a 4wd vehicle on rugged, backcountry roads required.



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  • 7 Mar 2022 12:54 PM | Dina Rivera (Administrator)

    About the opportunity

    Do you thrive in the pursuit of ensuring excellence in environmental consulting services for your clients? SWCA Environmental Consultants is expanding our Florida team and looking for a dynamic individual who is following their passion in delivering the highest-quality project work.

     

    We are looking for a Cultural Resources Principal Investigator and Team Lead with experience in historic and/or prehistoric archaeology.  The person selected will assist to plan and execute projects located primarily in Florida, but also Alabama, Georgia, Mississippi and throughout the southeastern United States. The successful applicant will be building a cultural resources team to support our expanding services in Florida and the greater Gulf Coast region. The successful candidate will have a good understanding of Florida preservation regulations/guidelines, Section 106 of the National Historic Preservation Act (NHPA), and National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) compliance and be eligible to hold state permits.  She or he will also work with the company's directors to grow the cultural resources team through excellent work and business development, including preparing technical and cost proposals. 

     

    This is a regular, full-time salaried position.  The position is based in either Pensacola or Jacksonville, Florida offices. It is preferred that the selected applicant relocate to either of Pensacola or Jacksonville, however a distributed employee option can be considered for the right candidate, but must be located in the state of Florida.

     

    The successful candidate will become part of a dynamic Gulf Coast cultural and environmental resources planning team that enjoys excellent relationships with a wide range of local, regional, and state agencies, as well as private and nonprofit clients.

    What you will accomplish

    Primary responsibilities will include building a cultural resources team to support our expanding services in Florida, working to develop proposals for existing and new clients, and to conduct and manage cultural resources survey and monitoring projects within the greater Gulf Coast region.  Other activities can include site significance evaluations in relation to local, state and federal guidelines; developing mitigation strategies to avoid, or correct, adverse effects and impacts to historic properties; data recovery studies; and preparing / reviewing reports for regulatory compliance within the Florida, Georgia, Alabama and Gulf Coast region.  Most projects involve "Phase I" archaeological surveys; however, National Register site evaluative testing and data recovery excavations will occasionally be performed under your leadership.

    Other activities will be to schedule and oversee field studies, marketing and business development initiatives, prepare or edit reports related to projects completed, and monitor project budgets. SWCA’s Gulf Coast region is also focused on Giving Back to our community and promoting scientific progress.  We encourage staff to volunteer on community charitable events, and/or join our Scientific Leadership in which SWCA provides time to develop articles or conference presentations.

     

    Experience and qualifications for success

    • Minimum of a Bachelor’s degree in Archaeology or Anthropology.
    • Must meet the Secretary of Interior's archaeology standards. 
    • 5+ years of archaeology fieldwork experience.
    • 3+ years of supervisory and/or team leadership experience. 
    • Experience completing projects as an archaeology Principal Investigator.
    • Experience with Section 106, Florida, and Historic Preservation regulatory requirements.
    • Prior work archaeological experience in Florida, Alabama, Georgia, and/or Mississippi area.

     

    Preferred:

    • Master’s or Doctorate degree in Archaeology or Anthropology.
    • Listed as a Registered Professional Archaeologist (or qualified for RPA status).
    • Preferred candidate would have existing relationships with business lines and regulators.

    SWCA Environmental Consultants is a growing employee-owned firm, providing a full-spectrum of environmental services. With offices across the United States, SWCA is one of the largest environmental compliance firms and ranks among Engineering News-Record’s Top 200 Environmental Firms.

     

    If you would like to contact SWCA regarding the accessibility of our website or need assistance completing the online application process due to a disability, please email accommodations@swca.com or call 480-581-5378. This contact information is for disability accommodation requests only. All other inquiries will not receive a response. 

     

    EOE - women, minorities, individuals with disabilities and veterans are encouraged to apply.

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  • 7 Mar 2022 12:42 PM | Dina Rivera (Administrator)

    Cultural Resource Analysts, Inc. (CRA) seeks a Principal Investigator with regional experience in the Ohio Valley, including Ohio, West Virginia, Kentucky, and Pennsylvania. We are looking for a dedicated professional seeking a permanent, full-time position in association with our office in Hurricane, West Virginia. Archaeological experience and knowledge of the Upper and Middle Ohio River Valley is required for this position.

    This position is eligible for a remote work option. For the West Virginia office, fieldwork typically takes place in West Virginia, southern Ohio, western Pennsylvania, and eastern Kentucky.

    Join us, as we approach celebrating our 40th year in business! For nearly four decades, CRA has been recognized as one of the most respected, full-service cultural resource consulting firms in the United States. This success is directly attributed to CRA's retention of an experienced, highly-skilled, multi-disciplinary team of cultural resource management professionals. With an understanding that it is the expertise and dedication of our team that forms the foundation of our reputation for high-quality work, CRA invests in its people and their professional development, and fosters a collaborative environment that emphasizes teamwork. The archaeologists, architectural historians, and historic preservation professionals that CRA employs, many of whom are leaders in their fields, are the core of our success. For more in-depth information about CRA and the exciting projects and opportunities we have, please visit our website at www.crai-ky.com. Join our team and grow with us! 

    • Employment Type: Salaried, Full-Time
    • Compensation: $60,000 to $70,000, depending on experience
    • Benefits:
    • Medical, Vision, Dental, Life (100% of employee medical coverage paid by employer)
    • Flexible Spending Plan offered 
    • 401(k) (up to 5% employer matched)
    • Life insurance (100% paid by employer)
    • Supplemental insurance policies offered (short-term disability, cancer, hospitalization)
    • Paid holidays (10 days per year)
    • Paid Time Off (80 hours for Year 1, 120 hours for Year 2, and 160 hours for Year 3), and employees that have been with the company 10 years or more get 5 weeks (200 hours) of PTO
    • Paid Family Leave. The latter would consist of new mothers and father both get one week paid leave. New mothers get a "short term disability" benefit that is paid by the company. This is generally 6-8 weeks or as prescribed by their doctor. It is a percentage of your regular pay based on your tenure with the company: 90 days to 3 years: 60%; 3-10 years: 75%; 10+ years: 90%
    •  Professional development stipend ($1,000 per year)
    • Registered Professional Archaeologist (RPA) annual renewal payment for Affiliated status

    Responsibilities:

    • Direct and manage compliance projects for clients in both the public and private sectors, including multiple simultaneous projects;
    • Prepare proposals and budgets, develop scopes of work, oversee projects and manage field crews;
    • Conduct fieldwork for all phases of archaeological monitoring, survey, evaluation, and data recovery, including projects that may require stays away from home;
    • Conduct analyses, interpret analytical data, and prepare technical reports for all phases of fieldwork;
    • Supervise field staff, including review and editing of technical reports; and
    • Contribute to business development and interact with clients in a professional and effective manner.

    Qualifications:

    • A graduate degree in Anthropology;
    • Qualification under the Secretary of the Interior Standards (48 FR 44716) in archaeology;
    • RPA, or eligible for RPA;
    • A minimum of 2 years of experience as a Principal Investigator; and
    • Ability to work in a variety of field conditions, including both walking and operating 4-wheel drive vehicles in mountainous Appalachian terrain.
    • Have additional qualifications? Let us know where you excel!

    Remote Work Option:

    • Report writing, desktop research, artifact analysis, remote meetings and other tasks may be conducted remotely at the Principals Investigator’s place of residence.
    • The Principal Investigator will travel and be on-site for all assigned fieldwork.
    • Travel may be required to the Hurricane, West Virginia office or other locations for public and private meetings, archival research, training, and other project tasks that may necessitate face-to-face meetings.

     

    Please indicate when you will be available, and submit a resume with three references to the following link:

    http://crai-ky.com/careers/

    If you have questions, please contact Bridgette Robinson at barobinson@crai-ky.com, or mail to

    Cultural Resource Analysts, Inc., 151 Walton Avenue, Lexington, KY 40508 ATTN: B. Robinson.

     

    Cultural Resource Analysts, Inc. employees are required to undergo a background check that includes driving history. CRA reserves the right to perform drug/alcohol testing as a condition of continued employment. Cultural Resource Analysts, Inc. is an Equal Opportunity Employer.


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