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  • 11 Jan 2022 3:23 PM | Dina Rivera (Administrator)

    HELIX is seeking as-needed Senior Archaeologists to supplement the high-quality consultant team in our La Mesa, California, headquarters office. HELIX provides CEQA/NEPA, biological, cultural resource management, habitat restoration, regulatory permitting, environmental compliance monitoring, acoustics and noise control, air quality and greenhouse gas, and GIS services to both the public and private sectors.  Our Cultural Resources Group prepares all types of cultural resources studies for a wide range of projects.

     

    Duties for Sr. Archaeologist:

    The successful applicant(s) will be responsible for assisting senior cultural resources staff on a project-by-project basis. Duties may include conducting archival research and record searches; preparing DPR forms; report preparation; and coordinating with other cultural resources and environmental planning staff and subconsultants. Experience with a variety of infrastructure and development project types, document types, and private sector/public agency clients is desirable. The applicant must have a strong work ethic, positive attitude, and experience working in a team-oriented environment.

     

    Qualifications for Sr. Archaeologist:

    • Bachelor’s Degree in archaeology, anthropology, history, or closely related field with a concentration in archaeology
    • At least 10 years of experience in archaeology that includes authoring or co-authoring archaeological studies/reports
    • Knowledge of the federal and California laws and regulations pertaining to historic and archaeological resource management and an understanding of regulatory agency programs, procedures, and policies related to cultural resource management, including CEQA, NEPA and NHPA
    • Knowledge of local agency guidelines for CEQA compliance, including guidelines pertaining to the completion of cultural resource studies
    • Experience with San Diego County prehistoric and historic archaeology
    • Experience with Phase I, Phase II, and Phase III compliance archaeological projects, including survey, analysis, and documentation
    • Strong research, writing, organizational, and verbal communication skills

     

    Additional qualifications considered a plus for Sr. Archaeologist:

    • Master’s Degree in archaeology, anthropology, history, or closely related field with a concentration in archaeology
    • Registered Professional Archaeologist
    • County of San Diego and County of Riverside approved archaeologist

     

    Salary:

    Dependent on experience.

    This position is an as-needed position and is utilized to supplement our full-time workforce. You will not be guaranteed a minimum number of hours.

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  • 11 Jan 2022 3:17 PM | Dina Rivera (Administrator)

    Senior-level Archaeologist

    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

    Staff or Senior-level Archaeologists

    ECORP Consulting, Inc. is seeking qualified, experienced, and dynamic Staff or Senior-level archaeologists for our Sacramento and San Diego regions.

    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 5 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

    ECORP offers a very comprehensive list of benefits to its employees. We are an Equal Opportunity Employer. If interested, please submit your resume and salary requirements to jobs@ecorpconsulting.com.

    ECORP Consulting, Inc. is an Equal Opportunity Employer

    Archaeologist

    ECORP Consulting, Inc. is currently accepting applications for a full-time archaeologist for projects in southern 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 San Diego office. Regional travel is required, mostly within Southern California. Registered Professional Archaeologists (or ability to become certified as such upon hire) are preferred.

    Competitive wages are based on level of education, relevant experience, and quality of references. ECORP offers an excellent benefits package.

    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.


  • 11 Jan 2022 3:15 PM | Dina Rivera (Administrator)

    This entry- to mid-level archaeology position will assist on various projects throughout the US.

    Essential Responsibilities & Duties

    • Conduct archival research
    • Plan and lead the implementation of archaeological surveys
    • Conduct archaeological monitoring
    • Prepare cultural resources reports in support of Section 106 compliance
    • Assist agencies with Native American coordination
    • Prepare CEQA and NEPA cultural resources sections
    • Assist with preparation of technical scopes of work for proposals and projects, project budgets, requests for proposals for contractors, and technical reports.
    • Participate actively in trade organizations and conferences, deliver presentations, and write technical papers.
    • Assist with project management tasks and potentially manage small projects.
    • This position has a field component; travel and some overnight travel is required.

    Minimum Qualifications:

    • Master’s or Doctorate degree in Archaeology or closely related field.
    • Registered Professional Archaeologist.
    • 5 years of archaeological consulting or agency experience in California or the western US.
    • Excellent written and verbal communication skills, and experience independently preparing complex technical documents for various cultural resources projects.
    • Willingness and ability to travel on short-term assignments as needed.
    • Willingness and ability to perform field tasks and oversight.
    • Candidates must also be knowledgeable of federal cultural resources regulations.
    • Valid U.S. driver’s license.

    Benefits

    • Market-Competitive Compensation
    • Comprehensive Benefits Program, including Medical, Dental, Vision and More
    • Continuing Education Assistance and Tuition Reimbursement
    • Professional Development and Opportunities for Advancement
    • Paid Holidays and Paid Time Off
    • Rewards and Recognition
    • GEI-Funded Profit Sharing and 401(k)
    • And More…

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  • 11 Jan 2022 3:13 PM | Dina Rivera (Administrator)

    SMB’s policy is to provide an environment which promotes career growth and advancement regardless of race, religious creed, national origin, citizenship, marital status, gender, gender identity, age, or physical status.  We offer an exciting environment with plenty of room for long-term growth as part of a core team.  We are always seeking to recruit and retain the most qualified employees to join our winning team.  Currently, we are interested in interviewing qualified candidates for the following positions.  If you are interested in working with SMB Environmental, please send a letter of introduction and resume to:

    Human Resources
    SMB Environmental, Inc.
    P.O. Box 381
    Roseville, CA 95661
    sbrownenvironmental@gmail.com

    SMB Environmental, Inc. is an Equal Opportunity Employer

    Senior Project Manager

    SMB is seeking a Senior Project Manager with a broad-based science and planning related background and experience with the water and wastewater industry. The successful candidate should be well-versed in issues related to hydrology and water quality, with strong knowledge of the Central Valley and the Bay-Delta regulatory environment and operations a plus. Successful candidates will also have strong knowledge of and experience with CEQA and NEPA compliance. Candidates must possess effective problem-solving ability, excellent writing skills, and the ability to work with a team. Candidates must also have expertise in managing large-scale and complex projects, client interaction, and demonstrated successful new business development experience. Qualified candidates should have at least a BA/BS in a related discipline, a minimum of 10 years of experience or alternatively a Masters and a minimum of 8 years of experience.

    Senior Biologist

    SMB is seeking a Senior Biologist with a strong background and experience in conducting field surveys for a variety of state and federally listed plant and wildlife species. The position requires a minimum education of a B.A. /B.S. in biology, botany, ecology, or wildlife with 3 to 8 years of experience in biology resources in the Central valley and the Bay-Delta.  This position requires a strong background and experience in conducting field surveys for a variety of state and federally listed plant and wildlife species; experience preparing technical reports, including biological sections for CEQA/NEPA, FESA/CESA, and CWA Section 404 documents; applicable USFWS and DFG permits for the handling of listed species, including birds, reptiles, amphibians, and mammals; and strong technical writing skills, GIS experience, and consulting experience. The applicant should be able to work both independently and as part of a team, manage biological resource assessment projects, and have a working knowledge of biological databases. The successful applicant will be working on a variety of project types, including water and wastewater infrastructure, commercial and residential development, airports, energy resources, transportation, land management, monitoring, and restoration. 

    Archeologist/Cultural Resources Specialist

    SMB is seeking an experienced archaeologist or cultural resource specialist to work closely with Project Managers to oversee field studies and reporting in compliance with Section 106, NEPA, CEQA, and other regulatory frameworks.  Applicants must have an advanced degree in archeology, anthropology or closely related field and be a Registered Professional Archaeologist (RPA) in good standing. The successful candidate will have a minimum of 5 years of previous California experience, excellent technical writing skills, experience supervising field crews, demonstrated command of federal and California cultural resource laws/regulations, experience evaluating prehistoric and/or historic resources, and ability to travel overnight on short notice.


  • 11 Jan 2022 3:11 PM | Dina Rivera (Administrator)

    As a growing company, UltraSystems continually seeks qualified people to add to our team. We are currently very interested in hearing from those professionals who can work as independent contractors in our office on a variety of projects. We are also seeking personnel for new services we are providing for real estate developments.

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  • 11 Jan 2022 2:17 PM | Dina Rivera (Administrator)

    Archaeologist Professional Support


    Southwestern Power Administration (Southwestern) is an agency within the Department of Energy (DOE). Southwestern contracts with Wyandotte Technologies for support services. Wyandotte Technologies has a long-term contract opening for an Archaeologist available in the Tulsa area office. 


    Responsibilities:

    Provide Archaeologist Support Services for Southwestern’s System. 

    The candidate will perform the types of services listed below throughout Southwestern’s field offices and sites including but not limited to the following:


    • Surveys and performs Phase I and/or Phase II Archaeological Surveys and/or monitoring for all sites requested by Southwestern of historical/cultural reviews on engineering, marketing, and real-estate projects. Performs oversite for Archaeological firms working under contract for Southwestern. Performs PWS and government estimates to provide archaeological surveys.

    • Reviews and modifies Multistate Programmatic Agreement (PA) when mandated by Southwestern. Performs and organization of PA meetings as instructed by the EHSS Division Director or Program Manager.

    • Reviews cultural resources policies, regulations and laws and prepares recommended processes, work rules and procedures to ensure compliance throughout the agency.

    • Develops studies, analyses, reports, and mitigation measures for all historical properties of Southwestern’s federal property or held in easement.

    • Provides advice on Section 106/110 requirements.

    • Secures permits and monitors permit compliance and implementation.

    • Assists with and documents functional appraisals for core compliance throughout the Southwestern system.

    • Prepares documentation needed to address historical concerns, documentation and provides technical requirements for Southwestern’s agreements and contracts.

    • Reviews cultural and natural resource GIS database and files, records, etc. for incorporation into Southwestern projects.

    • Analyzes field data in sufficient detail to determine adequacy of monitoring systems.

    • Checks incoming data from investigations for accuracy and completeness

    • Conducts Tribal sensitivity related training for Southwestern federal and contractor personnel.

    • Provides and assists in the establishment of operating procedures for and archaeological compliance.

    • Develops and maintains all cultural/historical resources record keeping requirements, databases, and systems.

    • Reviews agency’s internal systems for maintenance, operations, and power sales operational directives. Provides interpretation, advice, and guidance regarding application of and compliance with applicable federal, state, and local laws, rules, regulations, directives, and standards applicable to cultural resources, including, but not limited to: National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) in regards to NHPA, Department Of Energy (DOE) NEPA Implementing Procedures, National Historic Preservation Act (NHPA), Archaeological Resource Protection Act (ARPA), Native American Graves Protection and Repatriation Act (NAGPRA) ISO 14001:2015.

    • Develops and reviews documentation, correspondence, publications, records, reports, research, studies, analyses, appraisals, operating procedures, manuals, scopes of work, orders, plans, and mitigation measures for actions and obligations associated with cultural resources.

    • Secures permitting and approvals from and supports negotiation of contracts and agreements with applicable regulatory bodies and stakeholders.

    • Assesses impacts and monitors compliance with requirements during project activities and provides ongoing oversight for projects and their effects on the natural environment and cultural resources through site assessments, inspections, monitoring, or other reasonable and sufficient means.

    • Monitors and accomplishes goals and objectives and provides support for the comprehensive cultural resources protection program established by the EHSS division in compliance with legal requirements.

    • Develops and maintains document management resources and other tools for maintaining accurate records and tracking program requirements. Provides environmental information for public or stakeholder facing website(s) or other tools for communications or program performance.


    Education Requirements:

    • Master’s degree in Archaeology.

    • Minimum 5 years’ experience.

    • Have an RPA (Registered Professional Archaeologist).


    Job Requirements:

    • Some work may include evening and/or weekend hours.

    • Some travel may be required.

      • The position will be physically located at the headquarters office in Tulsa, Oklahoma; however, program execution support services are required at field offices and sites under the direction of the EHSS Division Director.

    • Must be a U.S. Citizen.

    Send inquiries to:

    Heather D’Orvilliers

    hdorvilliers@wtok.org

    HR Generalist

    Office: 918-678-4235

    Fax:  918-678-2337

    15 Turtle Dr.

    Wyandotte, OK 74370

    Wyandotte Tribe of Oklahoma


  • 4 Jan 2022 2:39 PM | Dina Rivera (Administrator)

    Burns & McDonnell’s office in Vancouver, WA, has a need for a Senior Cultural Resources Specialist to lead project studies and surveys, construction monitoring, archaeological excavation and associated field work on a variety of projects. We are a 100% employee-owned firm ranked numerous times on FORTUNE’s List of 100 Best Companies to Work For and voted as a Best Place to Work in cities across the United States.

    Primary responsibilities will be to plan, coordinate, communicate and facilitate activities for the cultural resources components of projects from concept through completion. Successful Senior Cultural Resources Specialists collaborate and coordinate with internal and external clients. They are also responsible for initiating or assisting in proposal development and contract negotiations and coordinating project planning. Project planning includes scoping, budgeting, maintaining schedules, communicating and managing deadlines and establishing and performing critical project objectives.

    This position supports the growth of the Environmental Services practice based upon Burns & McDonnell's core values of safety, client satisfaction, commitment, dedication, integrity and overall outstanding service.

    Specific areas of responsibility may include the following:

    • Serving as Client Coordinator for target clients - client coordinators will take primary responsibility for ultimate delivery of services and client satisfaction.

    • Identifying project opportunities early and facilitating go/no-go decisions in cooperation with office leadership and Environmental Services practice leadership.

    • Identifying new market and client opportunities.

    • Identifying key projects and facilitate early sales strategies to maximize our chances of being selected.

    • Supervising field efforts and technical reporting.

    • Adhering to Burns & McDonnell's Quality Control and Safety programs.

    • Other duties as assigned.

    This position includes a mix of marketing, strategic planning, field assessments, report preparation, and some travel. The senior cultural resources specialist will also provide leadership, guidance and instruction to less experienced staff members.

    Qualifications

    • A Bachelor's Degree in a related field from an accredited program required.

    • Master’s Degree or PhD in anthropology/archeology or related field is required to function as a Principal Investigator on projects.

    • Must meet the Secretary of the Interior’s professional qualifications standards in archaeology and any applicable state qualifications.

    • Registered Professional Archaeologist (preferred).

    • Minimum 8 years of related experience conducting construction monitoring activities; field investigations, surveys and project studies; archaeological excavation, artifact identification and associated field work. A related Master's degree may be substituted for one year of experience.

    • Experience in Oregon, Washington, Idaho and other western states.

    • Ability to obtain permits from Forest Service, BLM, and other entities in Oregon and Washington.

    • Prior consulting experience (preferred).

    • Experience performing cultural resources investigations directly for Federal agencies preferred

    • Knowledge of federal and state regulations relating to historic preservation, e.g., Section 106 National Historic Preservation Act.

    • Knowledge of anthropology and archaeology methods and practices.

    • Must have strong analytical and problem-solving skills.

    • Ability to complete physically demanding tasks in remote areas and/or hot and dry climates, including walking, hiking, carrying loads up to 50 pounds, and excavation.

    • Excellent written and verbal communication skills, specifically for preparation of technical reports and proposal writing, are required.

    • Demonstrated ability to work as an effective team member.

    • High level of attention to detail.

    • Ability to operate various types of GPS equipment.

    • Must be proficient in the use of Microsoft Office (Excel, Word, Outlook, Access, SharePoint).

    • Ability to adjust to rapidly changing work environments and research approaches.

    • Willingness to travel.

    • Valid driver's license required. In addition, must meet standards to qualify for and maintain the Company's vehicle driving privileges as outlined in the Company's Motor Vehicle Safety Policy.

    EEO/Minorities/Females/Disabled/Veterans

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  • 4 Jan 2022 2:37 PM | Dina Rivera (Administrator)
    Position Type

    Full-time

    Base Pay:

    $43,000-$48,000, DOE, plus benefits which include paid time off, 401(k) retirement plan, and 100 percent company-paid employee health insurance. Reasonable relocation expenses will be included.

    Learn more about our amazing benefits.
    Available Locations:
    • La Grande, Oregon (Preferred)
    • Walla Walla, Washington (Considered)
    Summary

    Anderson Perry & Associates, Inc. is seeking applicants for a Project Archaeologist to join our group of successful professionals who provide personalized engineering services to communities and clients throughout central and eastern Oregon and Washington. AP has offices in La Grande, Redmond, and Hermiston, Oregon, and Walla Walla, Washington. Our preferred location for this position is our La Grande office, but the Walla Walla office will be considered as well.

    Responsibilities
    • Work on a team to assist with the cultural resource review and assessment of sites and properties associated with a variety of projects, including but not limited to: infrastructure (water, wastewater, roads, and bridges), irrigation, and stream restoration projects in eastern Washington and eastern Oregon. Lead and conduct fieldwork for pedestrian survey, shovel testing, site testing, and construction monitoring projects. Prepare cultural resource inventory reports, monitoring reports, and archaeological site forms and NRHP eligibility evaluations. Coordinate with other archaeological staff, engineers, and technical staff on a wide variety of projects.
    Requirements
    • Master’s degree in Anthropology/Archaeology or a related field and a registered Professional Archaeologist. Prior experience leading archaeological fieldwork. 1-5 years of experience preparing and conducting archaeological evaluations and reporting. Familiarity with federal and state cultural resource management laws. Meet the Secretary of the Interior’s Standards and Guidelines Professional Qualification Standards for Archaeology. Previously approved or demonstrate the ability to be approved as an Oregon qualified archaeologist within 6 months of hiring (see Oregon Revised Statute 390.235[6][B][b][A-C]). Knowledge of Washington and Oregon archaeology and history is strongly desired. Comfortable working in an interdisciplinary team environment. Experience interfacing with the State Historical Preservation Offices (SHPO) in Oregon and Washington. Experience working in ArcGIS preferred but not required. Frequent travel and overnight stays for field work will be required. Valid driver's license required and agreeable to a background check.
    Disclaimers
    • All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, sex, color, religion, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, protected veteran status, or on the basis of disability.
    • Anderson Perry & Associates, Inc., is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer.
    • Anderson Perry & Associates, Inc., participates in the E-Verify program to verify employment eligibility of new hires.

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  • 4 Jan 2022 2:33 PM | Dina Rivera (Administrator)

    Johnson, Mirmiran & Thompson is a dynamic, 100% employee-owned consulting firm of more than 1,800 professionals that provides a full range of multi-disciplined engineering, architecture, information technology, and related services to public agencies and private clients throughout the United States. JMT is currently ranked #51 on Engineering News-Record’s list of the Top 500 Design Firms.

     

    Position summary:  Responsible for scheduling, managing, and conducting Phase I-III fieldwork and research associated with archaeological projects. Responsible for writing all, or portions of, archaeological reports at the direction of the Senior Archaeologist. The qualified candidate for this position will assist JMT Project and Senior Archaeologists during Phase I-III field work in Texas and surrounding states. Opportunities for growth and to aid in growing the cultural resources group.  Sponsorship is not available for this position. As a condition of employment, hire will be required to be fully vaccinated against Covid-19. Proof of vaccination will need to be submitted as part of the interview/hiring process. 

     

    Other JMT office locations in Texas may be considered.

     

    Essential Functions and Responsibilities

    • Conducts archaeological field work with the ability to identify artifacts and determine the presence of archaeological sites
    • Collects data and field samples during archaeological investigations
    • Analyzes historic and pre-historic artifacts
    • Documents methodologies and findings of research and archaeological investigations
    • Reviews and writes archaeological reports and/or prepares archaeological site forms
    • Assists in making decisions about project alternatives and the resolution of adverse effects to archaeological resources
    • Works with technical field, lab and office staff, managers and administrative staff to ensure that projects meet JMT and professional quality standards

     

    Nonessential Functions and Responsibilities

    • Perform other related duties as assigned
    Required Skills
    • Strong written and oral communication skills
    • Proficiency in Microsoft Office Word and Excel
    Required Experience
    • Master’s Degree from an accredited school in archaeology
    • Must meet the Secretary of the Interior’s Qualification Standards for Archaeologists
    • 3+ years of experience 
    • Regional (Texas/Oklahoma) experience in historic and/or prehistoric archaeology
    • Demonstrated skills and supervisory experience in Phase I-III fieldwork
    • Must be able to provide a writing sample from either a thesis, dissertation, or archaeological report
    • Must possess a valid driver’s license

     

    Preferred Experience

    • Registered Professional Archaeologist
    • Familiarity with AutoCAD and/or MicroStation, ArcMap and/or other GIS programs
    • Experience with Federal Agencies and Tribal Nations 

     

    Working Conditions

    Work is performed in the field 50% of the time and requires the ability to extensively perform bending, kneeling, standing, shoveling, and lifting and carrying objects weighing up to 50 lbs as needed. Field work will require walking and carrying field equipment over typical outdoor terrain. Work may be conducted outside in heat/cold, wet/humid, and dry/arid conditions. Out-of-town travel is expected, requiring driving and/or flying to project locations.

     

    Office work is performed within a general office environment 50% of the time. Office work is generally sedentary in nature but may require occasional standing and walking. Office work is performed with adequate lighting and temperature, with no hazardous or unpleasant conditions caused by noise, dust, etc.

     

    Job Competencies

    • Analytical Thinking/Problem Solving 
    • Building Relationships and Teamwork  
    • Communication (written and verbal) 
    • Job-Focused Learning 
    • Planning and Organizing/Time Management 
    • Quality Service 
    • Safety  

     

    If Managing Others  

    • Managing Performance 
    • Delegation 

     

     JMT is an Equal Opportunity Employer M/F/Disability/Vet/Sexual Orientation/Gender Identity, and we are proud to be building an inclusive and diverse workforce.

     

    Job Location Austin, Texas, United States

    Position Type Full-Time/Regular

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  • 4 Jan 2022 2:22 PM | Dina Rivera (Administrator)

    Johnson, Mirmiran & Thompson is a dynamic, 100% employee-owned consulting firm of more than 1,800 professionals that provides a full range of multi-disciplined engineering, architecture, information technology, and related services to public agencies and private clients throughout the United States. JMT is currently ranked #51 on Engineering News-Record’s list of the Top 500 Design Firms.

     

    Position summary:  Senior Archaeologist/Principal Investigator. Responsible for scheduling, managing, and conducting Phase I-III fieldwork and research associated with archaeological projects. Responsible for writing all, or portions of, archaeological reports at the direction of the Senior Archaeologist. The qualified candidate for this position will assist JMT Project during Phase I-III field work in Texas and surrounding states. Opportunities for growth and to aid in growing the cultural resources group. As a condition of employment, hire will be required to be fully vaccinated against Covid-19. Proof of vaccination will need to be submitted as part of the interview/hiring process. 

     

    Other JMT office locations in Texas may be considered.

     

     Essential Functions and Responsibilities

    • Conducts archaeological field work with the ability to identify artifacts and determine the presence of archaeological sites
    • Collects data and field samples during archaeological investigations
    • Analyzes historic and pre-historic artifacts
    • Documents methodologies and findings of research and archaeological investigations
    • Reviews and writes archaeological reports and/or prepares archaeological site forms
    • Assists in making decisions about project alternatives and the resolution of adverse effects to archaeological resources
    • Works with technical field, lab and office staff, managers and administrative staff to ensure that projects meet JMT and professional quality standards

     

    Nonessential Functions and Responsibilities

    • Perform other related duties as assigned
    Required Skills
    • Strong written and oral communication skills
    • Proficiency in Microsoft Office Word and Excel
    Required Experience
    • Master’s Degree from an accredited school in archaeology
    • Must meet the Secretary of the Interior’s Qualification Standards for Archaeologists
    • 8+ years of experience 
    • Regional (Texas/Oklahoma) experience in historic and/or prehistoric archaeology
    • Demonstrated skills and supervisory experience in Phase I-III fieldwork
    • Must be able to provide a writing sample from either a thesis, dissertation, or archaeological report
    • Must possess a valid driver’s license
    • Registered Professional Archaeologist
    • Familiarity with AutoCAD and/or MicroStation, ArcMap and/or other GIS programs
    • Experience with Federal Agencies and Tribal Nations 

     

    Working Conditions

    Work is performed in the field 50% of the time and requires the ability to extensively perform bending, kneeling, standing, shoveling, and lifting and carrying objects weighing up to 50 lbs as needed. Field work will require walking and carrying field equipment over typical outdoor terrain. Work may be conducted outside in heat/cold, wet/humid, and dry/arid conditions. Out-of-town travel is expected, requiring driving and/or flying to project locations.

     

    Office work is performed within a general office environment 50% of the time. Office work is generally sedentary in nature but may require occasional standing and walking. Office work is performed with adequate lighting and temperature, with no hazardous or unpleasant conditions caused by noise, dust, etc.

     

    Job Competencies

    • Business Acumen  
    • Communication  
    • Client Focus  
    • Decision Making  
    • Job Proficiency  
    • Quality Service  
    • Results Oriented  
    • Safety  

     

    If Managing Others

    • Coaching 
    • Delegation  
    • Managing Performance  

     

     JMT is an Equal Opportunity Employer M/F/Disability/Vet/Sexual Orientation/Gender Identity, and we are proud to be building an inclusive and diverse workforce.

     

    Job Location Austin, Texas, United States

    Position Type Full-Time/Regular

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