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  • 20 Dec 2021 4:22 PM | Dina Rivera (Administrator)

    Staff Archaeologist/Field Tech

    Location: Sacramento and Southern California areas

    Aspen Environmental Group is seeking Staff Archaeologists and Archaeological Field Technicians to participate in a variety of upcoming projects in several California locations.

     Responsibilities. The selected candidate(s) may, as needed:

    • Perform pedestrian field survey using Trimble GPS and/or Fulcrum Smartphone technology in addition to illustrating site sketch maps and features accurately,
    • Be able to identify (describe, measure, photograph and illustrate) prehistoric and historic artifact classes and materials and faunal remains,
    • Have a sound knowledge of soils, geomorphology and how to describe them,
    • Participate in excavations using trowel, brush, shovel, backhoe or whatever recovery procedure is warranted under the supervision of an Aspen Field Director,
    • Conduct archaeological monitoring of construction sites,
    • Complete California DPR forms accurately, succinctly; and quickly in the field using Aspen apps. Experience with ESRI or Adobe Creative Cloud and/or Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, Access and PowerPoint) a big plus,

    Successful candidates must have the ability to maintain high quality field notes, keep good organization of field records, and maintain a professional demeanor in a variety of often strenuous outdoor and remote environmental work conditions.

    Education and Experience. Candidates must have either a B.A. degree in anthropology, or a Master’s degree in archaeology or cultural resources management. In both cases, the candidate must have at least three years of experience working with California prehistoric or historic-aged resources and be able to identify prehistoric and historic artifacts. Certification by the Register of Professional Archaeologists (RPA) is a plus, but not required. Candidates must also have a good understanding of culture history relevant to California.

    • Successful candidates must have a valid CA Driver’s License with a clean driving record and be comfortable working in strenuous hiking and harsh weather conditions.

    The ideal candidate would be enthusiastic, highly motivated, attentive to fine details, well organized, and comfortable working remotely via cell phone app and email exchange. This candidate would be able to transport themselves to the work site and to Aspen’s office locations.

    Compensation. To be determined based on education, experience, and skill set, but generally $18-$30/hour.

    To apply. Please email to Lauren DeOliveira at ldeoliveira@aspeneg.com

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    Senior Cultural Resources Specialist

    Location: Southern California

    Aspen Environmental Group is seeking a highly motivated Senior Cultural Resources Specialist in California.

    Required Education and Experience

    • An M.A. or a Ph.D. in archaeology.
    • Minimum of 6 years of supervisory or management experience in California CRM.
    • RPA certification preferred.
    • Expertise in California archaeology, and extensive understanding of CEQA, Assembly Bill 52, NEPA, and Section 106 of the National Historic Preservation Act. Familiarity with U.S. Forest Service Programmatic Agreements, Bureau of Land Management Manuals.
    • Caltrans standards and requirements related to cultural resources would be a plus.
    • Experience working with southern California Native American tribal members is a plus.

    Responsibilities May Include

    • Manage and further develop a number of cultural resource projects.
    • Manage cultural/tribal/paleontological resources tasks in coordination with Aspen Project Managers.
    • Manage, supervise, and direct archaeological surveys, site testing and prepare resource evaluation documents.
    • Control and track numerous project and task budgets and delivery schedules with high accuracy.
    • Prepare cultural and/or tribal cultural sections of environmental documents, technical reports, and other compliance and recommendation documents.
    • Conduct Native American consultation support services.
    • Participate in marketing and proposal preparation activities.

    Qualifications for Success

    • Exceptional technical writing skills are absolutely required with high standards for quality written products, including attention to detail.
    • Candidates must have a strong work ethic and be highly motivated.
    • Highly developed organizational skills with attention to both the big picture and attention to detail are a necessity to meet competing deadlines and demands.
    • Comfortable in communicating with a geographically dispersed staff.
    • The candidate would also enjoy conducting site visits in remote or challenging physical environments on occasion.
    • Experience with Microsoft Office applications (Word, Excel, PowerPoint) required; strong GIS experience and MS Project are beneficial.

    Compensation. Aspen offers a wide range of benefits and a competitive compensation package. Salary will be commensurate with experience.

    To apply. Please submit a letter of interest, resume, references, and a writing sample of a previously published environmental section in which the candidate was the sole or majority author to jallan@aspeneg.com.  The subject line must state, “Senior Cultural Resource Specialist – [NAME]”.

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    Water Resources Specialist

    Location: Southern California

    Aspen Environmental Group is seeking a highly motivated Surface and Ground Water Hydrologist in one of its southern California offices.


    Environmental services are mostly interdisciplinary.  A candidate with a broad knowledge of hydrology who has worked in an interdisciplinary environment is preferred.   May manage or will assist project managers and other scientific leaders on all aspects of surface water and groundwater analysis, project planning and possibly provide assistance on other projects.  Responsibilities include field sampling and data collection, data analysis, cost estimating, subcontractor management, and technical writing. Performs a range of tasks, requiring utilization of basic and specialized technical field and analytical methods. Work is reviewed for application of sound professional judgment.  Will be required to prepare work plans, perform field data collection and prepare technical analysis and written reports summarizing results. A willingness to cross train in other disciplines a plus.

    Required Education and Experience

    BA or BS degree in hydrology or related field and at least 10 years hydrology-related  experience in a professional position located in California, or MA or MS degree in hydrology or related field and at least 5 years in a similar professional position.

    Professional experience should include:

    • Field evaluations such as site assessments for impact analysis or development of hydrologic and hydraulic mitigation measures, and collecting stream cross section, stream roughness, flow and water quality data.
    • Field equipment for basic surveying, water quality sampling and flow measurement data collection preferred but not essential.
    • Calculations and modeling of stream discharges, determination of flood limits and watershed analysis. Groundwater modeling experience is desirable but not essential.
    • Preparation of written surface water and groundwater technical evaluations and development water supply assessments.
    • Preparation of surface water and groundwater impacts analyses for CEQA and NEPA documentation.
    • Experience with the preparation of Jurisdictional Delineation reports addressing federal and state jurisdiction according to US Army Corps of Engineers (USACE) and California Department of Fish and Wildlife (CDFW) policy is desirable.
    • Experience with the preparation of notifications and applications for state and federal authorizations: USACE Clean Water Act Section 404, CDFW Fish and Game Code Lake and Streambed Agreement, and California Regional Water Quality Control Board CWA Section 401 Water Quality Certifications is desirable.
    • Preparation of Stormwater Pollution Prevention Plans.

    Qualifications for Success

    Exceptional verbal and written communication skills, including the ability to produce high quality written reports and verbal presentations. Candidates must have a strong work ethic and be highly motivated, and able to meet and manage deadlines and budgets.  Highly-developed organization skills with attention to both the big picture and attention to detail are a necessity to meet competing deadlines and demands.  Should be familiar with regulatory requirements, permitting processes,  and regulatory agencies associated with construction of major infrastructure projects. This position requires field work and travel throughout California, Arizona and Nevada. Must be able to obtain security clearance as applicable for project site access. Able  to resolve conflicts and provide solutions in a professional manner. Knowledge of MS Word and Excel. GIS experience is a plus. Ability to perform year-round fieldwork in all types of weather, including extreme weather conditions. Experience working in remote locations as well as urban and suburban areas is a requirement. Must possess a valid Driver License.

    Compensation. Aspen offers a wide range of benefits and a competitive compensation package. Salary will be commensurate with experience.

    To apply. Please submit a letter of interest, resume, references, and a writing sample in which the candidate was the sole or majority author to humanresources@aspeneg.com.  The subject line must state, “Water Resources Specialist – [NAME]”.

  • 20 Dec 2021 4:19 PM | Dina Rivera (Administrator)

    TMD - Program Specialist IV (Cultural Resource Manager) (00018806) 

    Primary Location
    : Texas-Austin 
    Work Locations
    : Business and Financial Operations 
    Employee Status
    : Regular 
    : Full-time Standard Hours Per Week: 40.00 
    Salary (Pay Basis)
    : 5,300.00 - 5,800.00 (Monthly) 
    Number of Openings
    : 1 
    Overtime Status
    : Exempt 
    Job Posting
    : Nov 15, 2021, 9:43:47 AM 
    : Ongoing 

    Camp Mabry Training Site 

    2200 W 35th STREET 

     Austin 78703

    State Job Code: 1573  

    Salary Admin Plan: B 

    Grade: 20  

    Closing Date





    Applicants may submit applications through Work In Texas (WIT), however applicants must complete the supplemental questions in CAPPS Recruit to be considered for the position. In order to complete the supplemental questions, please register and/or login to CAPPS Recruit and access your profile. Go to CAPPS Recruit to Sign In (Link: https://capps.taleo.net/careersection/ex/jobsearch.ftl?lang=en)



    Your job application must be complete and thorough including responding to all the supplemental questions. Your application must contain complete job histories, which includes job titles, dates of employment, name of employer and a description of duties performed. If this information is not submitted, your application may be rejected because it is incomplete. Resumes do not take the place of this required information.


    Who We Are: The Texas Military Department (TMD) is commanded by The Adjutant General of Texas, the state's senior military official appointed by the governor, and is comprised of the Texas Military Department (State & Federal Civilian Employees), the Texas Army National Guard (TXARNG), the Texas Air National Guard (TXANG) and the Texas State Guard (TXSG).

    Our Vision: America’s premier state military organization comprised of professional mission-ready forces, fully engaged with our communities, and relevant through the 21st century.

    Our Mission: Provide the Governor and the President with ready forces in support of state and federal authorities at home and abroad.


    Performs highly complex (senior level) cultural resources work for a military conservation program. Work involves developing and implementing a cultural resources management plan in accordance with military regulations.  Develops, manages and programs cultural resources projects and budgets. Analyzes and evaluates results of surveys, studies and military actions with regard to management needs and the impacts on cultural resources. Responsible for coordination and providing technical expertise in preservation issues to program staff, governmental agencies, Native American nations, community organizations, and the general public.  Trains, leads, assigns, and/or prioritizes the work of others.  Reports to the Environmental Program Manager. Works under limited supervision with moderate latitude for the use of initiative and independent judgment.

    WORK HOURS: Monday – Friday, 8 hours a day, 40 hours a week



    • Responsible for ensuring compliance and conformance with Army Regulation 200-1 and related Department of Defense policy and regulations related to cultural resources to include archaeological sites, buildings, structures, landscapes, traditional cultural properties and other cultural sites of significance and takes corrective action(s) as needed
    • Oversees the development and implementation of an Integrated Cultural Resource Management Plan and related program activities
    • Oversees management and coordination of Tribal Consultation program in accordance with Federal and DoD regulations and policy.  Responsible for maintaining communications and protocols with Federally Recognized American Indian Tribes
    • Develop Scopes of Work, cost estimates, schedules and establishes contracts for cultural resource projects as needed, to include surveys, evaluations for historic significance, mitigations, etc. 
    • Ensures all cultural resource work is conducted to standards established by the State of Texas and Secretary of Interior. 
    • Oversees cultural resource projects and maintains accuracy and accountability of contract documents to ensure accuracy and accountability throughout the life of the contracted or non-contracted project. 
    • Programs and plans cultural resource program budget for short term and out years as required by National Guard Bureau.
    • Oversees Cultural Resource communication and acts as liaison and subject matter expert with other agencies and internal programs to explain and comply with statutory requirements related to cultural resources to include compliance with the Section 106 - National Historic Preservation Act (NHPA), Archaeological Resources Protection Act (ARPA), State of Texas Antiquities Code, Native American Graves Protection and Repatriation Act (NAGPRA), and the American Indian Religious Freedom Act (AIRFA) 
    • As required, develops and implements programmatic agreement documents, memorandum of agreement and/or memorandum of understanding to streamline regulatory processes under National Historic Preservation Act or State Antiquities Code or mitigate activities with adverse impacts to cultural resources
    • Trains agency employees in historic preservation rules, regulations and public involvement procedures and provides technical and consultative services on projects involving historic resources
    • Manages and maintains regulatory documentation, databases and archival records on cultural resources managed by the agency
    • Supports geospatial databases of cultural resources in accordance with DoD SDS-FIE requirements
    • Oversees the development and implementation of effective techniques for evaluating agency programs, identifies the need for new programs, and provides guidance to staff in the development and integration of new Cultural Resource methods and procedures
    • Submits required data-calls to external agencies in timely and efficient matter to include data requests from National Guard Bureau, DoD, and/or the State of Texas
    • Oversees studies and analyses of operations and problems and the preparation of reports of Cultural Resource findings and recommendations
    • Conducts cultural resource inventories and evaluations in accordance with standards
    • Oversees surveys and reviews to determine compliance with certification requirements, laws, regulations, policies, and procedures
    • Monitors cultural resources legislation to develop recommendations for policy and programmatic issues relating to the implementation, improvement, and/or expansion or reduction of program funding
    • Consults with public and private agencies involved in cultural resource program(s) to resolve problems, identify training needs, and discuss program effectiveness
    • Performs related work as assigned
    • Attends work regularly and observes approved work hours in accordance with agency state employee policies & procedures handbook.
    • May be required to perform duty in support of national emergencies, disasters and other missions, to include holidays and weekends.






    • Graduation from an accredited four-year college or university is required (substitutions allowed)


    • Graduation from an accredited four-year college or university with major course work anthropology, archaeology, architectural history, history or related field is preferred


    • Four years of progressive work experience in a preservation related field: anthropology, archaeology, history, architectural history, etc. (advanced education substitution allowed)
    • Experience in Microsoft Office products to include Word, Excel, Access, Publisher, PowerPoint and Outlook is required



    • Experience with cultural resource management on military lands
    • Two years of progressively responsible experience in managing a related program and budget
    • Meets Secretary of Interior standards in one of the preservation professional categories (archaeologist, historian, architectural historian, etc)
    • Experience with direct Federal regulatory compliance issues for cultural resources
    • Experience with coordination with Federally Recognized Tribes
    • Experience with State of Texas antiquities regulations
    • Experience with cultural resource data management within a Geographic Information System (GIS)



    • Additional years of progressive work experience in a preservation related field: anthropology, archaeology, history, architectural history, etc. may be substituted for required education on a year-per-year basis
    • Advanced degree in a related field may substitute for two years of the required experience



    • Valid driver’s license is required. *The ability to obtain a Texas Driver’s License will be required within first 30 days of employment. A satisfactory driving record is required for operating state or federal vehicles to conduct agency business
    • Register of Professional Archaeologist (RPA) certification preferred or similar certification in preservation field




    • Selected candidate must pass a federal security background investigation. Must be able to obtain a Common Access Card (CAC). The process includes a National Agency Check and Inquiry (NACI) and fingerprinting. The employee must complete and sign the Office of Personnel Management (OPM) form SF85. Completed forms are submitted to the OPM for the background investigations
    • The Immigration Reform and Control Act of 1986 requires all new employees to present proof of eligibility to work in the United States within three (3) days of being hired. The Texas Military Department participates in E-Verify and will provide the Social Security Administration (SSA) and, if necessary, the Department of Homeland Security (DHS), with information from each new employee's Form I-9 to confirm work authorization; For more information, see: E-Verify Poster
    • Upon hire with the State of Texas, males between the ages of 18 through 25 must provide proof of registration or exemption with the Selective Service. For further information, visit the Selective Service website at https://www.sss.gov/verify/



    Knowledge of:

    • Applicable local, state and federal ordinances and laws (Section 106-NHPA, ARPA, NAGPRA,  NEPA, AIRFA, State Antiquities Code)
    • Planning and executing program budgets, preparation of scopes of work and following contract process from soliciting proposals to completion of projects
    • Theory and methodology for various cultural resource projects, to include inventories, evaluations and mitigations
    • Alternatives to traditional regulatory review and coordination, to include programmatic agreements, creative mitigation strategies for adverse impacts to resources, and implementation of protocol documents
    • Familiar with military culture and structure


    Skill in:

    • Operating computers, including common software (i.e. Microsoft products)
    • Operating GIS and GPS software, spatial analysis, and analytical programs
    • Communicating effective both orally and in writing
    • Assessing impacts of management and development actions and recommending alternatives
    • Coordinating implementation of existing plans and identifying needed improvements
    • Project management techniques for conducting cultural resource projects (managing contracted projects and conducting in-house projects)
    • Maintaining efficient and effective management strategies for cultural resources, to include development of programmatic agreement documents to streamline activities, mitigate adverse impacts with appropriate agreement documents and developing standard operating procedures, processes and protocols


    Ability to:

    • Gather, assemble, correlate, and analyze facts; to devise solutions to problems;
    • Develop, evaluate, and interpret cultural resource policies and procedures to support military mission
    • Communicate cultural resource issues and processes effectively to internal and external stakeholders
    • Conduct cultural resource inspections, surveys, investigative research and studies;
    • Conduct field work in difficult conditions
    • Analyze environmental (NEPA) and cultural resource impacts
    • Prepare complex and concise reports within required timeline
    • Multi-task and work in a team environment
    • Interpret policies, procedures and regulations
    • Move field equipment and gear for long distances
    • Travel to and from assigned work sites to include overnight stays
    • Establish effective working relationships with supervisor, co-workers and a diverse group of stakeholders including military personnel and external agencies
    • Coordinate volunteer organization programs and develop opportunities for new volunteers
    • Work in a military environment



    Work is performed both inside and outside. When inside (50%) incumbent is exposed to normal office conditions. When outside, incumbent may work in seasonally inclement weather and intense situations including prescribed fire. Work includes walking through rough terrain and exposure to wildlife and other natural hazards. Incumbent is expected to travel up to 50% of time. Work is performed at active military training facilities.

    Must be physically fit and able to perform fieldwork that sometimes involves walking long distances and exposure to potential hazards (e.g. weather extremes, insects, fire). Must be able to move 50 lbs of field gear over long distances.



    If you qualify for a Veteran Employment Preference, it is mandatory that you provide the required documentation at the time of applying.  Documentation must be provided before a Veteran Employment Preference can be granted.


    Currently Serving U.S. Military Member - Statement of Service Memo;

    Veteran – DD Form 214 (or Equivalent) or;

    Surviving Spouse of a Veteran who has not remarried - Marriage Certificate and DD Form 1300 or;

    Orphan of a Veteran who was killed during active duty – Birth Certificate and DD Form 1300

    Disabled Veteran - VA Civil Service Preference Letter




    Use your military skills to qualify for this position or other jobs. Go to www.texasskillstowork.com to translate your military work experience and training courses into civilian job terms, qualifications, and skill sets.


    Veterans, Reservist or Guardsmen with an MOS or additional duties that fall in the following fields or other related fields pertaining to the minimum experience requirements may meet the minimum qualifications for this position and are highly encouraged to apply:


    United States Army: No military equivalent

    United States Navy: OS Operations Specialist

    United States Coast Guard: OS Operations Specialist

    United States Marine Corps: No military equivalent

    United States Air Force: 8U000 Unit Deployment Manager


    Additional Military Crosswalk information can be accessed at: https://hr.sao.texas.gov/Compensation/MilitaryCrosswalk/MOSC_ProgramManagement.pdf


    Contact TMD’s Veteran's Liaison, Paul Love if you have questions at (512)782-3836 or staffingHR@military.texas.gov

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  • 20 Dec 2021 4:15 PM | Dina Rivera (Administrator)

    Senior Archaeologist/Principal Investigator

    This position is: Full Time

    Salary: DOE

    Position Location: Baton Rouge, LA

    Gulf South Research Corporation (GSRC) is a fast-growing, certified woman-owned small business offering multidisciplinary, environmental and cultural resources services to Government and corporate clients throughout the United States.

    We are seeking a full-time Senior Archaeologist/Principal Investigator for our Tucson, AZ office.

    In this role, the Senior Archaeologist will lead the Southwest United States Cultural Resources Program efforts, with projects in Texas, New Mexico, Arizona, and California. In addition, the Senior Archaeologist is responsible for overseeing all aspects of project implementation and execution, to include writing proposals, interfacing with Federal and State agencies, private and public sector clients, as well as, GSRC project managers, planners and subject matter experts.

    The responsibilities of this position include, but may not limited to:

    • Leading fieldwork (survey, testing, data recovery, and monitoring), archival research, technical report writing, development and writing research designs, writing historic property management and treatment plans, writing agreement documents, state and federal archaeological permitting, data collection and compilation, and GIS mapping.
    • Maintaining a firm understanding and knowledge of state and federal environmental regulatory framework, including the National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA), National Historic Preservation Act (NHPA), and additional Texas, Arizona, New Mexico, and California cultural resources policies and regulations.
    • Gathering data and other information to be used in the preparation of environmental reports.
    • Being able to work under aggressive schedules with minimal supervision.
    • Mentor personnel in the field, office, and laboratory, as needed.
    • Assist in the production of proposal scopes and budgets.

    Minimum Requirements:

    • MA in Anthropology, Archaeology, History, or a closely related field
    • Five (5) years of relevant experience to include artifact identification skills and experience with the identification of both Prehistoric and Historic material and advanced knowledge in one or more specialty scientific areas (e.g., lithic , ceramic, or faunal analysis; historical archaeology; geoarchaeology).
    • Experience implementing Sections 106 and 110 of the NHPA.
    • Ability to obtain Archaeological Resources Protection Act (ARPA) and other special Use agency permits in the Southwest United States.
    • Willingness to travel and able to conduct fieldwork, including some brief overnight stays in the area.
    • Experience overseeing crews and/or multiple crews on a variety of project types and sizes, regions, and agencies.
    • Current valid US driver’s license.
    • Due to the nature of the work, US Citizenship is required.

    Preferred Qualifications:

    • Recognized on the Register of Professional Archaeologists.
    • Five (5) years of experience in historic and/or prehistoric archaeology and cultural resources management within the Southwest United States.
    • Experience with tribal consultation.
    • Proficiency in the use of Trimble and tablets for GPS data collection, as well as ArcGIS software. Three (3) years of experience managing including budgets, scheduling, and scopes of work.

    GSRC offers a generous benefit package to all full time employees that includes:

    • GSRC pays 100 percent of health and life insurance premiums.
    • GSRC matches up to 4 percent of 401k contribution.
    • Salary dependent on experience.
    • Eligible for bonus.

  • 20 Dec 2021 4:14 PM | Dina Rivera (Administrator)
    Number of Positions: 1 – Archaeologist
    Department: Culture & Heritage Department
    Location: Burns, Oregon – Burns Paiute Reservation (Duty Station)
    Open Wednesday, November 17, 2021
    Closes: Open Until filled (applications submitted by December 1st, will have 1st consideration)
    Supervisor: Culture & Heritage Department Director
    Salary: Commensurate with GS 11
    FLSA status: Exempt
    Position Hours: 40+/hours per week/Seasonal


    PRIMARY RESPONSIBILITIES: Acts as the Principal Investigator, under the supervision of the Director of the Culture & Heritage Department (C&HD), to provide professional and technical assessments within the field of archaeology, either alone or with other C&HD staff, to the Burns Paiute Tribe, as well as to public and private proponents, concerning compliance with the National Historic Preservation Act of 1966, the National and State Environmental Policy Acts, and other State, Federal, and Tribal laws protecting cultural resources and archaeological properties on the Burns Paiute Reservation and aboriginal lands of the Burns Paiute Tribe.  Provide technical assistance in the identification of cultural resources, cultural resources sites, and areas of significance to the Burns Paiute Tribe, either alone or with a field crew. Perform or work with C&HD staff in the performance of cultural resources inventory surveys and subsurface investigations, when needed; anywhere C&HD cultural resources projects are to be carried out. Keep detailed records assuring completeness and accuracy of activities carried out in the field. Including filling out forms, keeping project or site notes, and supervising a crew in filling out required records as needed. Ensure that fieldwork is carried out in an efficient, professional manner. Track artifacts that have to undergo laboratory analyses. Keep field equipment clean and in working order.


    ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES: Under the direction of the Director, act as the Principal Investigator (PI) to implement cultural resources projects, alone or with C&HD staff. Primarily, this consists of archaeological site inventories, filling out forms and field reports and records; Work with C&HD staff to conduct research and identify inventories of areas important to the Burns Paiute Tribe. Inventories shall consist of: file and literature searches and their interpretation, oral history interviews, field reconnaissance of cultural resource sites, updates of previously recorded cultural resource sites, and the recording of new sites and isolates. Formulate research design and conduct or work with C&HD staff to do field testing which may include subsurface testing, as warranted; Coordinate and lead field crews during cultural resources surveys or subsurface testing to carry out their work in a professional manner; that is surveying or excavation of proscribed manner and filling out forms and keeping records. Ensure that field crews act in a manner that is credit to the Burns Paiute Tribe at all times; Prepare and work with C&HD staff in the preparation of reports. Ensure that forms and records are complete and clearly written so the report writer can easily read and interpret them; Evaluate proposals for construction activities that could include the discovery, disturbance, excavation or removal of cultural or archaeological resources; make recommendations to the C&HD Director and project proponents regarding these proposals; Evaluate environmental documents and survey reports prepared by others pursuant to State and Federal statutes to ensure that they meet Federal historic preservation program standards and the needs of the Tribe; Monitor and/or work with C&HD staff in the monitoring of construction contract activities relating to cultural and archaeological resources; Support and assist the THPO in duties and functions as needed; Assist the Director in the development of C&HD protocols and guidelines; Interact pro-actively as assigned by C&HD Director, with tribal government officials, tribal members, cultural resource professionals, and project proponents so that project planning occurs efficiently and effectively, cultural resources are protected, and project impacts to archaeological resources are mitigated; Oversee the storage of and maintenance of all field equipment such as: screens, shovels, trowels, tapes, survey pins. Ensure that the equipment is cleaned after field work, repaired or replaced if broken, and stored such that it is accessible to C&HD staff and others; Provide information and training to inform and educate Tribal officials and others in the theory, practice, and legal foundation of cultural resource management; Assist with budgets/excel experience preferred; Manage technical equipment, data, and files of GIS, GPR, and all other technical equipment; Prepare pre-field GIS data, manage collection of GIS data collected in the field for analysis and subsequent map generation and transfer to appropriate agencies; Assist with managing the Review & Compliance Division of the Culture & Heritage Department as assigned; Other duties as assigned.


    QUALIFICATIONS: To perform this job successfully, 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.

    • Must meet the Secretary of Interior standards for a Professional Archaeologist. Register of Professional Archaeologist (RPA) membership preferred.
    • Theoretical understanding and demonstrated experience of post-processual and/or Indigenous and decolonized archaeology required.
    • Possess knowledge of the broad field of cultural resource management as it is reflected in Federal and State laws, regulations, and policies; the science and practice of archaeology generally and the Pacific Northwest and the Great Basin. Experience in tribal cultural resource management preferred.
    • Ability to apply established program standards in all areas of the Burns Paiute Tribe’s Culture & Heritage and Resources Management Program involving archaeology; maintain creditable working relationships with program partners.
    • Ability to work nights, weekends, holidays, and extended workdays as needed.


    EDUCATION and EXPERIENCE: Master’s Degree in Archaeology and a minimum of 3 years of related work experience including a strong background in Section 106 and the implementation and experience of consultation with Indian Tribes or federal agencies.


    LANGUAGE SKILLS: Ability to read, analyze, and interpret common scientific and technical journals, financial reports, and legal documents. Ability to work in a Northern Paiute/Native American community and be open to and inclusive of tribal cultural interpretations and traditions. Ability to respond to common inquiries or complaints from customers, regulatory agencies, or members of the tribal community. Ability to write speeches and articles for publication that conform to prescribed style and format. Ability to effectively present information to top management, public groups, and/or boards of directors.


    MATHEMATICAL SKILLS: Ability to apply advanced mathematical concepts such as exponents, logarithms, quadratic equations, and permutations. Ability to apply mathematical operations to such tasks as frequency distribution, determination of test reliability and validity, analysis of variance, correlation techniques, sampling theory, and factor analysis.


    REASONING ABILITY: Ability to apply principles of logical or scientific thinking to a wide range of intellectual and practical problems. Ability to deal with non-verbal symbolism (formulas, scientific equations, graphs, musical notes, etc.) in its most difficult phases. Ability to deal with a variety of abstract and concrete variables.


    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 job, the employee is regularly required to stand for prolonged periods of time and walk up to 12 miles per day; use hands to finger, handle or feel; reach with hands and arms; and talk or hear. The employee frequently is required to walk and stoop, kneel, crouch, or crawl. The employee is occasionally required to sit and climb or balance. The employee must occasionally lift and/or move up to 45 pounds. Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision, color vision, depth perception, and ability to adjust focus.


    WORK ENVIRONMENT: The work environment characteristics described here are representative of those an employee encounters while performing 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 the job, the employee is frequently exposed to moving mechanical parts, fumes or airborne particles, outside weather conditions including weather extremes, and vibration. The employee is occasionally exposed to high, precarious places and required to hike steep inclines. The noise level in the work environment is usually moderate.


    DRUG FREE WORKPLACE: The successful candidate will be required to have a urinalysis for drug- screening in accordance with the Tribe’s Drug Free Workplace Policy.


    DRIVER’S LICENSE & INSURANCE REQUIREMENT: Must maintain a valid Oregon driver’s license or obtain one upon hire, qualify for the Tribe’s vehicle insurance, and provide proof of personal vehicle insurance.


    BACKGROUND CHECK: Candidates for this position are subject to criminal background check.

    Must submit to a pre-employment drug and alcohol testing and/or the failure to successfully pass a drug and alcohol test may result in refusal to hire.


    INDIAN PREFERENCE: will be given to candidate showing proof of enrollment in a federally recognized tribe.  In the absence of qualified Indian applicants, all qualified applicants not entitled to or who fail to claim Indian Preference, will receive consideration without regards to Race, Color, Creed, Sex, Politics, Age, Religion or National Origin.


    Return completed Burns Paiute Indian Tribe Application, Cover Letter, Curriculum vitae/resume, and transcripts to: 

    Human Resources Director
    Burns Paiute Tribe
    100 Pasigo Street
    Burns, OR 97720

    Fax: 541-573-2323


    Email: Jordon.Bennett@burnspaiute-nsn.gov

  • 20 Dec 2021 4:07 PM | Dina Rivera (Administrator)

    ASM Affiliates (ASM) has an immediate opening for full-time Senior Archaeologists in our Sacramento and Eugene offices. ASM is a cultural resource management (CRM) consulting firm specializing in archaeology, history, and architectural history, with offices throughout the Western U.S. and Hawai‘i. The successful candidate will become an integral member of our dedicated team of professionals and work in a collegial and positive environment.

    The Senior Archaeologist will manage and lead research, fieldwork, laboratory analysis, monitoring, and the preparation of technical reports for survey, testing, evaluation, data recovery, and construction monitoring projects. This position requires a command of federal (NEPA, NHPA Section 106) and state cultural resources laws and regulations, excellent verbal and communication skills, as well as time management and technical skills. The Senior Archaeologist is expected to significantly contribute to business development, marketing, and proposal efforts for cultural resource opportunities.

    Requirements include a M.A. or Ph.D. degree in anthropology, archaeology, historical archaeology, or related field; a minimum of 5 years of supervisory or management experience in CRM; previous experience in California/Oregon; and the candidate must be able to be permitted by the applicable states Bureau of Land Management at the Crew Chief level or higher. Prior Project Manager experience, including budgets and personnel is preferred. Register of Professional Archaeologists (RPA) certification also preferred. Additionally, the ideal candidate should have experience with business development and staff mentorship, strong technical writing skills, excellent organizational and communication skills, and an ability to positively interact with clients.

    ASM offers a compensation package that includes competitive pay, professional development, a comprehensive benefits package including medical and dental, paid vacation/sick, and holiday leave, participation in the Employee Stock Ownership Plan, 401k, and bonus plan. The salary for this position will be commensurate with the applicant’s credentials, experience, and industry standards.

    Please apply by sending a cover letter, CV/resume, and a writing sample to jobs@asmaffiliates.com with the subject line: Senior Archaeologist – Sacramento OR Eugene. ASM

    Affiliates, Inc. is an Equal Opportunity Employer

  • 20 Dec 2021 2:59 PM | Dina Rivera (Administrator)

    CRA is always looking for qualified, highly-motivated professionals to join our team. We work on a wide variety of projects each year across a full range of cultural resource services and are constantly building upon our reputation for responsive, high caliber work. This reputation is rooted in each and every one of our staff, including our archaeologists, architectural historians, editors, cartographers, and administrative personnel. If you are ready to contribute to our mission of providing outstanding service to our clients across the country, we want to hear from you.


    CRA offers competitive salaries and a benefits package that includes health, dental, and vision insurance; life insurance; a retirement savings plan; and paid time off benefits. CRA is an equal opportunity employer.


    Want to submit a general inquiry regarding employment opportunities or be considered for a position not posted below? Please submit your information via our contact form so that we can make sure it gets to the right person.

    Apply Online

  • 20 Dec 2021 2:59 PM | Dina Rivera (Administrator)

    CRA is always looking for qualified, highly-motivated professionals to join our team. We work on a wide variety of projects each year across a full range of cultural resource services and are constantly building upon our reputation for responsive, high caliber work. This reputation is rooted in each and every one of our staff, including our archaeologists, architectural historians, editors, cartographers, and administrative personnel. If you are ready to contribute to our mission of providing outstanding service to our clients across the country, we want to hear from you.


    CRA offers competitive salaries and a benefits package that includes health, dental, and vision insurance; life insurance; a retirement savings plan; and paid time off benefits. CRA is an equal opportunity employer.


    Want to submit a general inquiry regarding employment opportunities or be considered for a position not posted below? Please submit your information via our contact form so that we can make sure it gets to the right person.

    Apply Online

  • 20 Dec 2021 2:56 PM | Dina Rivera (Administrator)

    Archaeologist – Principal Investigator 

    Category: Environmental Science
    Job ID: GES000191

    Location: Cincinnati, OH

    Our People & Places Solutions business – reinforces our drive to improve the lives of people everywhere and epitomizes the “why” of what we do – the tremendous positive impact and value our solutions bring to our communities and society as a whole. From facilities delivering life-saving therapies and ensuring clean water to enabling the connection of people through all modes of transportation and providing access to technology – we’re integrating a multitude of these solution elements to build the smart environments of tomorrow.

    Start your Jacobs career with a company that inspires and empowers you to deliver your best work so you can evolve, grow and succeed – today and into tomorrow.
    Your Impact:

    At Jacobs, we’re partnering across the globe to create the best project outcomes by maximizing the design, digital technology, and support capabilities of our Global Integrated Delivery (GID) teammates. By joining Jacobs, you’ll commit to supporting and engaging with these teams, as we work to build a company like no other.

    Here at Jacobs, you’ll work for a company that strives to provide opportunities for employees to learn, grow and thrive. When it comes to environmental consulting, we’re focused on the greatest challenges the planet faces, including energy transformation.

    We are looking for a full-time Archaeologist (Principal Investigator) to work on a variety of projects throughout the midwestern United States. This position involves coordinating compliance with NHPA, ARPA, NAGPRA, NEPA, state environmental regulations and other laws relating to cultural resources. You’ll be responsible for leading, in coordination with a senior CRM professional, all aspects of cultural resources projects.

    Based in one of our Midwest offices (Chicago, Cleveland Cincinnati, and Milwaukee), you’ll serve as a key team member working with scientists, engineers, project managers, and other project staff across business sectors and practices in the company. You’ll conduct archival research and background record reviews, coordinate, oversee, and conduct archaeological fieldwork (Phases I-III), analyze project impacts as part of Section 106 and other regulations, coordinate agency consultation, and monitor during projects. You’ll analyze and interpret data; write and review cultural resources technical reports; develop archaeological treatment plans and agreement documents; and evaluate eligibility of resources for listing in the NRHP and state registers. You’ll also provide support to, and work with, senior-level cultural resources staff on a variety of projects and support clients during agency and tribal consultation. Bring your archaeological expertise and we’ll empower you to deliver the boldest solutions for our clients.

    Here’s What You’ll Need:

    • Master’s Degree in Anthropology or Archaeology

    • Meet Secretary of the Interior’s Professional Qualifications Standards for Archaeology

    • Minimum of 6 years of professional archaeological fieldwork experience

    • 1 to 3 years’ experience as a Principal Investigator

    • Must be capable of walking for long periods of time over unfamiliar terrain, excavating shovel tests and test units, screening soil, and carrying field equipment

    • Must be willing and able to travel frequently and for long periods of time, as needed

    • Experience using GPS technology

    Ideally, You’ll Also Have:

    • Experience working in the consulting environment and ability to handle multiple projects simultaneously and be responsive to both internal and external clients

    • A Registered Professional Archaeologist designation

    • Experience completing cultural resources studies for transmission and renewable energy siting, licensing, and permitting projects

    Jacobs is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, religion, creed, color, national origin, ancestry, sex (including pregnancy, childbirth, breastfeeding, or medical conditions related to pregnancy, childbirth, or breastfeeding), age, medical condition, marital or domestic partner status, sexual orientation, gender, gender identity, gender expression and transgender status, mental disability or physical disability, genetic information, military or veteran status, citizenship, low-income status or any other status or characteristic protected by applicable law. Learn more about your rights under Federal EEO laws and supplemental language.

    U.S. Government Executive Order on ensuring adequate COVID safety protocols:
    As a federal contractor of the U.S. government, Jacobs is subject to the Executive Order requiring companies who support U.S. government contracts to ensure their covered employees are fully COVID-19 vaccinated or approved for a legally-entitled medical or religious accommodation. 

    Full vaccination is NOT required at this time for positions that are not covered by the federal contractor Executive Order, that do not require performance of work in a Jacobs office, and that do not have full vaccination as a client requirement where work is performed at a client site.

    At Jacobs, we’re challenging today to reinvent tomorrow by solving the world’s most critical problems for thriving cities, resilient environments, mission-critical outcomes, operational advancement, scientific discovery and cutting-edge manufacturing, turning abstract ideas into realities that transform the world for good. With $13 billion in revenue and a talent force of more than 55,000, Jacobs provides a full spectrum of professional services including consulting, technical, scientific and project delivery for the government and private sector.

    Apply Online

  • 20 Dec 2021 2:54 PM | Dina Rivera (Administrator)

    Tribal Historic & Cultural Preservation Officer

    Amah Mutsun Land Trust



    $70,000 - $80,000 a year - Full-time

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    Tribal Historic & Cultural Preservation Officer


    Amah Mutsun Land Trust (AMLT) is a nonprofit organization founded by the Amah Mustun Tribal Band to protect sacred sites and to promote traditional culture, spirituality, and stewardship of lands within the Mutsun and Awaswas territories through research, conservation, restoration, and education. The Amah Mutsun Tribal Band is comprised of the descendants of Indigenous people taken to Missions San Juan Bautista and Santa Cruz.

    Amah Mutsun Land Trust was established to assist the Amah Mutsun Tribal Band to carry out these goals through several programs, including:

    · The Native Stewardship Corps (NSC), a work training, cultural relearning, and conservation fieldwork program for Tribal members;

    · Coastal Stewardship Summer Camp for Tribal youth;

    · Cultural burning;

    · Demonstration native gardens;

    · Native plant propagation and restoration;

    · Land ownership and protection; and

    · Research and education programs that promote Indigenous perspectives in resource management.

    The Amah Mutsun Land Trust has grown dramatically over the past several years, and we expect the number, breadth, and depth of these programs will continue to expand.

    Candidates applying for this position will have the opportunity to join an exciting team of colleagues interested in re-establishing an important connection between Native people and their ancestral homelands and to learn about Native practices, ceremonies, and culture. Many Indigenous tribes, like the Amah Mustun, were forcibly removed from their lands, and the few that survived the mission system, suffered historic trauma and are still working to regain what was lost. The Amah Mutsun Land Trust works to right that wrong by protecting sacred sites, employing Tribal members to renew their sacred obligations to restore and steward Mother Earth, and reconnecting Tribal members to their history and cultural landscape.

    Position Description

    The Tribal Historic & Cultural Preservation Officer will primarily be responsible for managing all cultural resource stewardship matters involving AMLT and the Amah Mutsun Tribal Band and for managing consultations with local, state and federal agencies through the Section 106 of NHPA, through AB 52 under CEQA, and through SB 18 when dealing with General Plan revisions and amendments. Close communication with Tribal leadership and public agencies throughout these consultations is essential.

    This position is also responsible for managing AMLT’s Native American Archaeological Monitoring Program; the Integrative Cultural Resource Survey Program; consulting with the Tribe on a variety of cultural resource stewardship matters, including ethnographic studies, cultural resources surveys and reports, mitigation plans, environmental impact reports/statements, etc.; and for coordinating all cultural resource research and related activities involving AMLT, the Tribe, or resources located within Tribal Territory.

    will act as one of AMLT’s senior leaders and will report to the Executive Director.


    The job responsibilities below do not include all duties that come with this position, but they do cover some of the most common ones associated with this position.

    Native American Monitoring Program

    · Be a primary contact for receiving and reviewing all notifications and consultations requests under Section 106, AB 52 consultation under CEQA, and SB 18 for projects that may impact cultural resources or historic sites;

    · Work closely with Tribal leaders to respond to and participate in consultation processes;

    • Assist with conducting research in connection with consultation projects and maintain good internal records that may be used later in other proceedings;

    · Work with the Tribe to identify and recommend appropriate mitigation measures, including Native American archaeological monitoring, project revisions for avoidance and minimization of impacts, resource testing procedures, low-impact data recovery methods, etc.

    · Working with the Program’s administrative assistant, make all the arrangements for the Native American Archaeological Monitors for their engagement in projects and brief them beforehand on what they might expect to find during fieldwork;

    · When culturally sensitive materials or human remains are discovered, meet with Tribal leadership to devise the best plan for protecting them, for avoiding further impacts, and advise on how best to move, rebury, or otherwise mitigate disturbed items;

    • Negotiate and collaborate with the Tribe, other Tribes, public agencies, and other land management organizations on cultural and natural preservation efforts;
    • Assist with assessment of archaeological sensitivity using available maps, field inspections, and other pertinent information; review survey reports to determine their adequacy and appropriateness of proposed measures to mitigate potential damage to archaeological resources;
    • When appropriate, complete or oversee field inspections of proposed projects areas to determine the likelihood or the presence of cultural resources, and the potential archaeological sensitivity of the area;

    · Prepare reports and other documentation on the monitoring work that was completed and submit them to the appropriate parties;

    • Research and write reports assessing the archaeological impacts of proposed land use or development projects on culturally sensitive sites within Mutsun Territory;
    • Assist with planning, directing, coordinating and performing a variety of tasks related to the direction and management of a cultural resource program, and interpreting cultural resource law to staff and the public;
    • Perform and lead fieldwork surveys, monitoring, and interpretation;
    • Assist with preparing research designs, agreement documents, cultural conservation easements, Tribal involvement plans, management plans, and historic property and cultural sites treatment plans;

    · Train and certify Native American Archaeological Monitors so they know what to do, how to do it, and have the tools, equipment, and resources necessary to perform their jobs;

    · Recruit new Native American Archaeological Monitors as needed;

    · Notify public agencies about AMLT’s Monitoring Program and seek out new opportunities;

    · Work with other AMLT staff to maintain current and accurate financial records of program activities; and

    · Coordinate AMLT’s GIS mapping efforts and make sure this database is kept up to date.

    Cultural Resource Surveys

    · Coordinate the preparation of cultural resource and cultural landscape surveys and hire contractors to perform this work;

    · Ensure that the final reports are prepared to a professional standard and delivered to the contracting party in a timely manner;

    · Have cultural surveys peer reviewed by registered archeologists to validate methods, findings, and conclusions;

    · Seek out new opportunities for cultural survey work within Mutsun Territory; and

    · Identify grants and develop grant proposals to fund cultural surveys, cultural resource protection work, and cultural research.

    Consultation with Amah Mutsun Tribal Band

    • Assist with the review of cultural resource assessment reports, ethnographic studies, environmental documents and reports, and other research documents. Provide written feedback and recommendations upon the request of the Amah Mutsun Tribal Band.

    Research Consultation

    · Consult on all research activities funded or approved by AMLT and research being conducted in partnership with organizations, agencies, private consulting firms, or educational institutions;

    · Review and analyze academic research to gather and document Mutsun history and culture; review scholarly reports pertaining to the Mutsun people; and ensure accurate presentation of Mutsun history and culture;

    · Assist with preparing research designs, agreement documents, Tribal involvement plans, management and mitigation plans, and historic property and cultural sites treatment plans; and

    · Research and write reports assessing the archeological impacts of proposed land use or development projects on culturally sensitive sites within Mutsun Territory.

    Compensation and Benefits

    This is a full-time exempt position that comes with health benefits (medical insurance, dental, and vision), vacation time, sick leave, and paid time off for holidays. The compensation is between $70,000-80,000, depending upon experience.

    Work Location and Travel

    Since its inception, the Amah Mustun Land Trust has been a virtual organization, with all staff members working from home. Board meetings are held quarterly at UC Berkeley and program managers are often asked for written progress reports and to attend meetings on Zoom or in person.

    It is possible that AMLT may eventually have a physical office in the future and the person in this position would be expected to work from that location.

    Fieldwork for this position will be performed primarily within Mutsun Territory, which includes Santa Cruz County, San Benito County, southern Santa Clara County, and northern Monterey County. The Tribal Historic & Cultural Preservation Officer will also need to be able to use a personal vehicle to travel to various locations in AMLT’s Territory to attend and speak at meetings, visit fieldwork sites, conduct research, and other activities.


    • Master’s Degree in Anthropology, Archaeology or a closely related field;
    • Four years of experience in Cultural Resource Management, Historic Preservation research, and project administration preferred or equivalent experience. This experience should include the equivalent of at least six months of fieldwork experience;
    • Working knowledge of federal, state, and municipal laws pertaining to historic preservation, e.g. Section 106, CEQA, AB 52, and SB 18;
    • At minimum, a moderate level of proficiency in ArcGIS (high level of proficiency preferred), including the ability to post-process and create features from GPS data and to integrate multiple data types to create high quality maps;
    • Registered Professional Archaeologist or qualifications to register;
    • Valid California Driver’s License. Must maintain a satisfactory driving record with the DMV and vehicle insurance;
    • Knowledge of applicable Tribal customs, traditions, policies and government regulation; applicable laws, codes, regulations, policies and procedures; and
    • Ability to serve as the primary and official point of contact with Federal, State, Local, and other Tribes in all matters relating to historic and cultural resources, sites, and properties.

    The ideal candidate is a person who:

    · Serves as a mentor, coach, and positive role model for ethical behavior.

    · Has a passion for cultural resource protection.

    · Is a team player excited about collaborating and supporting others.

    · Is a good communicator, comfortable with public speaking.

    · Is a problem solver, seeking to learn more about how to grow native plants efficiently and successfully.

    · Is knowledgeable and interested in learning more about Native American history and Amah Mutsun culture.

    · Is committed to land protection and biological and cultural diversity of our planet.

    · Has demonstrated success in cultural resource and historical preservation management and has learned from mistakes.

    · Is not afraid to work independently, make programmatic related decisions, give feedback, and make improvements where needed.

    Equal Opportunity Employer

    The Amah Mutsun Land Trust is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate against people of different genders, races, religions, or creeds. We also are a drug and alcohol free workplace that prohibits the use of drugs and alcohol on the job or at any of our work sites.

    To Apply

    Please post a cover letter and resume.

    Applications will be accepted until this position is filled.

    Job Type: Full-time

    Pay: $70,000.00 - $80,000.00 per year


    • Dental insurance
    • Flexible schedule
    • Health insurance
    • Vision insurance


    • 8 hour shift
    • Day shift
    • Monday to Friday
    • On call
    • Weekend availability


    • Bachelor's (Required)

    Work Location: Remote

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  • 13 Dec 2021 2:48 PM | Dina Rivera (Administrator)

    Terracon is seeking a full-time Archaeological Lab Supervisor in our Columbia, South Carolina office.

    The successful candidate must possess a B.A. or above in Archaeology or Anthropology and have at least one year of experience analyzing artifacts from the eastern U.S. Terracon is a 100 percent employee-owned consulting engineering firm providing quality services to clients. Since 1965, Terracon has evolved into a successful multi-discipline firm specializing in: Environmental, Facilities, Geotechnical, and Engineering Services.

    Over its history, Terracon has achieved significant expansion through both internal growth and acquisitions. Terracon currently has more than 5,000 employees in 150 offices nationwide. Terracon’s growth is due to dedicated employee owners who are responsive to clients, provide quality services, and take advantage of opportunities in the marketplace. By combining our national resources with specific local area expertise, we consistently overcome obstacles and deliver the results our clients expect.

    General Responsibilities:

    • As a Laboratory Supervisor with Terracon, you will be responsible for overseeing laboratory analyses and
    • assisting with archaeological field investigations as needed. This position may also require assistance
    • with other environmental consulting projects as assigned. The candidate must be able to work in
    • physically demanding field conditions and overnight travel may be required.

    Essential Functions and Duties: 
    • In accordance with company procedures, prepares reports for relatively simple projects, making appropriate recommendations as necessary.
    • May assist more senior level Scientists on larger, more complex projects.
    • Under the direction of a Principal Investigator, performs laboratory analysis, site visits, field observations, and field data collection and/or other field assignments.
    • May serve as team member in meetings and communications with client pertaining to specific projects/tasks.
    •  Evaluates laboratory and field data and helps compile them for written reports.


    •  B.A. or above
    •  Minimum of one year of experience analyzing artifacts in the Eastern U.S.
    •  Ability and willingness to assist with field investigations as needed
    •  RA/RPA preferred

    Terracon offers an excellent compensation and benefits package including: medical, dental, vision, life

    insurance, 401(k) plan, and paid holidays.

    Please apply online at http://www.terracon.com/careers/.

    Requisition Number 18475BR

    Terracon is an EEO employer. We encourage qualified minority, female, veteran and disabled candidates to apply and be considered for open positions. We do not discriminate against any applicant for employment, or any employee because of race, color, religion, national origin, age, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender, disability, age, or military status.

Register of Professional Archaeologists
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Brownsburg, IN  46112

Phone: (317) 798-3001

Grievance Hotline: (410) 246-2150

You do not have to be an RPA/RA to file a Grievance

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