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  • 03/04/2015 16:27 | AAC Admin (Administrator)

    SENIOR ARCHAEOLOGIST
    Posting Date: 3/4/2015
    Job Description
    We are currently seeking resumes from qualified Senior Archaeologists for our Arizona office. Role will be to successfully develop and manage archaeological projects to completion.
    Duties:
    • Perform all aspects (permitting, scheduling, coordination, hiring, research, fieldwork, etc.) of survey, excavation, and monitoring
    • Develop and adhere to scopes and budgets
    • Prepare work plans, research designs, and mitigation proposals
    • Make evaluations and recommendations for significance, effect, and treatment of cultural resources
    • Supervise field staff and ensure crew conducts field research properly and safely
    • Prepare technical reports documenting results of fieldwork and research
    • Assist clients with state, federal, and tribal cultural resource compliance
    • Draft consultation letters
    • Perform ceramic or lithic analysis (preferred)
    Working Conditions and Environment:
    This position will require general supervision and will have to use independent judgment within established guidelines. Generally uses advanced knowledge to analyze, interpret, or make deductions from varying facts or circumstances. Will need the ability to establish rapport quickly with others working on the same project, and be able to promote a positive team environment. A working knowledge of dealing with a diverse population while using tact, diplomacy, and respect.

    Company Overview:
    AZTEC Engineering Group, Inc. (AZTEC) is headquartered in Phoenix, Arizona, and provides diversified technical and consulting services to clients in the Unites States. AZTEC has offices in California, Colorado, Indiana, Nevada, and Texas. AZTEC is part of the TYPSA Group, a global consulting firm with offices in over 30 countries and a staff of over 2,000 professionals world-wide. AZTEC has a diverse culture that focuses on providing rich opportunities for its employees. AZTEC offers competitive salaries and a comprehensive benefits package, including medical, dental, life insurance, short and long-term disability, flexible spending accounts, and a 401(k)/Profit Sharing program. AZTEC is an equal employment opportunity employer committed to affirmative action planning.

    Required Skills:
    • M.A. or M.S. degree in anthropology or archaeology
    • Minimum of 15 years of experience
    • Knowledge of cultural resources in the Southwest
    • Management experience
    • Ability to work as a team member
    • Excellent oral and written communication skills
    • Willingness to travel
    • Good driving record
    • Perform fieldwork in adverse conditions and carry up to 25 pounds of equipment

    Please respond by emailing your resume to jobs@aztec.us. Please include “Senior Archaeologist” in the subject line.

    Job Type: Employee
    Job Status : Full-time/Exempt
    Contact Information:

    Contact Person: April Romero – Human Resources Manager
    Email: jobs@aztec.us

  • 02/19/2015 16:53 | AAC Admin (Administrator)

    Harris Environmental Group, Inc. is seeking an archaeological Project Director (PD) to direct compliance projects for state, federal, and commercial clients. Archaeological experience in the Southwestern United States is required. The position will assist with project development, direction, coordination and quality control for cultural resource management projects while expanding our archaeological and historical consulting team. Responsibilities will include project direction (including fieldwork and travel), training of staff, oversight of field directors, and producing quality reports, managing multiple projects, and budgets. Candidates must have an M.A. in Anthropology or Archaeology and a minimum of five years of work experience and two to three years experience as a PD. Compensation package will be commensurate with experience.

     

    Job Duties and Responsibilities:

    • Ensure that all fieldwork, analysis, and report production is conducted to professional and SHPO/ASM standards and guidelines

    • Remain current with agency requirements for conducting cultural resources work

    • Manage budgets, prepare proposals, reports, and other technical documents, monitor field procedures, and author research designs, treatment plans, and other technical documents

    • Oversee field research, data collection, inventory, analysis, and final report production

    • Establish project procedures and budgetary restraints and assure that projects are concluded within budget and on time

    • Conduct content edits of technical reports

    • Take initiative, resolve problems, and create improved procedures to assure tasks are completed in the most effective manner

     

    Qualifications:

    • Graduate degree in archaeology, anthropology or related field

    • At least two years supervisory and fieldwork experience in CRM or equivalent position, and experience working NHPA compliance

    • Ability to be listed on our various federal and state cultural resource permits

    • Experience with content edits of reports and a strong background in scheduling and budgeting

    • Ability to train, coordinate, and oversee personnel

    • Exceptional technical writing skills and a record of completing and editing technical reports on deadlines

    • Experience with Section 106 compliance, NEPA, and other relevant compliance processes

    • Ability to work independently as well as oversee small or large projects

    To apply, please email resume and letter of interest to Lisa Harris, Ph.D. President, at lharris@heg-inc.com 

  • 02/03/2015 08:58 | AAC Admin (Administrator)

    Principal Investigator Opening

    Archaeological Consulting Services, Ltd. (ACS), an environmental firm located in Tempe, AZ, is seeking to hire a cultural resource principal investigator (PI). We are in need of a staff member who can hit the ground running on the project management, compliance, and research aspects of projects. It is a fast-paced work environment with a highly experienced staff.

    The successful candidate must have a Master’s degree in anthropology (specialty: archaeology) and a minimum of 12 years experience in archaeology (Southwest preferred), with two of those years as a PI. The successful candidate’s experience must include project management, working with clients and regulators, assessing National Register of Historic Places eligibility, developing testing and data recovery programs, arranging permits and logistics, monitoring field progress, coordinating with the lab and with report authors, writing and compiling reports, and drafting consultation documents. Experience managing projects with budgets over $100,000 is desired. Strong supervisory, writing, and verbal communication skills are essential, as is attention to detail. Experience with project budgeting and tracking, as well as the ability to bring projects to successful completion on time and within budget, are essential. Experience with NEPA documents is a plus. This position requires the ability to drive ACS vehicles, travel for work (primarily within the State of Arizona), and to cover steep or uneven terrain to access potentially remote locations. As part of the core staff, this position is eligible for benefits.

    Please send a cover letter identifying the position for which you are applying, a copy of your vitae or resume, three references who can comment on the skills required for this position, your salary requirements, and how soon you could start if offered a position to acs_jobs’at’acstempe’dot’com. Please include the name of the position you are applying for in the subject line of your e-mail. This position is open until February 28, 2015 (although it may be filled sooner if a qualified applicant is identified). ACS offers a competitive salary range and benefits, including participation in a 401(k) program, once certain criteria have been met. ACS does not discriminate in employment opportunities or practices on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, disability, or any other characteristic protected by law. Please check us out on the web at www.acstempe.com.

     

  • 12/08/2014 23:11 | AAC Admin (Administrator)
    Archaeological Consulting Services, Ltd. (ACS), an environmental firm located in Tempe, AZ, is seeking to hire a cultural resource principal investigator (PI). We are in need of a staff member who can hit the ground running on the project management, compliance, and research aspects of projects. It is a fast-
    paced work environment with a highly experienced staff.

    The successful candidate must have a Master’s degree in anthropology (specialty: archaeology) and a minimum of 12 years experience in archaeology (Southwest preferred), with two of those years as a PI. The successful candidate’s experience must include project management, working with clients and regulators, assessing National Register of Historic Places eligibility, developing testing and data recovery programs, arranging permits and logistics, monitoring field progress, coordinating with the lab and with report authors, writing and compiling reports, and drafting consultation documents. Experience managing projects with budgets over $100,000 is desired. Strong supervisory, writing, and verbal communication skills are essential, as is attention to detail. Experience with project budgeting and tracking, as well as the ability to bring projects to successful completion on time and within budget, are essential. Experience with NEPA documents is a plus. This position requires the ability to drive ACS vehicles, travel for work (primarily within the State of Arizona), and to cover steep or uneven terrain to access potentially remote locations. As part of the core staff, this position is eligible for benefits after a three-month introductory period.

    Please send a cover letter identifying the position for which you are applying, a copy of your vitae or resume, three references who can comment on the skills required for this position, your salary requirements, and how soon you could start if offered a position to acs_jobs’at’acstempe’dot’com. Please include the name of the position you are applying for in the subject line of your e-mail. This position is open until January 15, 2015 (although it may be filled sooner if a qualified applicant is identified). ACS offers a competitive salary range and benefits, including participation in a 401(k) program, once certain criteria have been met. ACS does not discriminate in employment opportunities or practices on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, disability, or any other characteristic protected by law. Please check us out on the web at www.acstempe.com.


  • 12/02/2014 15:56 | AAC Admin (Administrator)
    Archaeological Consulting Services, Ltd. (ACS), a 37-year-old environmental planning firm in Tempe, AZ is seeking to hire a cultural resource Field Supervisor with Arizona experience. To be considered the candidate will:
    •have a Master’s degree in Anthropology (Archaeology);
    •have a valid driver’s license; and
    •have a minimum of two years experience leading monitoring, survey, and excavation projects in Arizona and writing the reports for them.

    The duties of this position regularly require fieldwork, both in-town or out-of-town, which would involve standing, walking or climbing into and out of trenches and excavation units, using hands to manipulate items and to lift or carry them, talking, and hearing. They occasionally require crossing uneven terrain, climbing over fences, and stooping, kneeling, or crouching, as well as using hands to manipulate a computer keyboard and mouse, and paper work products. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. All employees must follow established procedures, ask questions when needed, work independently once parameters have been set, and work cooperatively as part of a team, at both the project and company-wide levels.

    The pay level is competitive and commensurate with experience. Holiday pay for holidays when the ACS office is closed begins immediately as long as the employee is in paid status the day before and the day after the holiday. Other benefits begin after a three-month introductory period, and include accrual of two weeks paid vacation annually, six days of sick leave, and a significant portion of the employee’s health and dental insurance paid for under the company plan. Participation in a 401(k) program begins after six months employment.

    For additional information, interested parties should check the “Job Opportunities” section of the ACS website (http://www.acstempe.com). Please send your current resume with a cover letter identifying the position for which you wish to be considered and the names and phone numbers/e-mail addresses of three references who can comment on your project supervision experience in Arizona to:
    acs_jobs@acstempe.com. Please include the name of the position you are applying for in the subject line of your e-mail. ACS does not discriminate in employment opportunities or practices on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, disability, or any other characteristic protected by law. No phone calls please. The position is open until December 31, 2014, or until filled, whichever is sooner.


  • 10/06/2014 14:37 | AAC Admin (Administrator)
    FIELD SUPERVISOR OPENING

    Archaeological Consulting Services, Ltd., (ACS) a 37-year-old environmental planning firm in Tempe, AZ is seeking to hire a cultural resource Field Supervisor with Arizona experience. To be considered the candidate will:

    • have a Master’s degree in Anthropology (Archaeology);
    • have a valid driver’s license; and
    • have a minimum of two years experience leading monitoring, survey, and excavation projects in Arizona and writing the reports for them.

    The duties of this position regularly require fieldwork, both in-town or out-of-town, which would involve standing, walking or climbing into and out of trenches and excavation units, using hands to manipulate items and to lift or carry them, talking, and hearing. They occasionally require crossing uneven terrain, climbing over fences, and stooping, kneeling, or crouching, as well as using hands to manipulate a computer keyboard and mouse, and paper work products. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. All employees must follow established procedures, ask questions when needed, work independently once parameters have been set, and work cooperatively as part of a team, at both the project and company-wide levels.

    The pay level is competitive and commensurate with experience. Holiday pay for holidays when the ACS office is closed begins immediately as long as the employee is in paid status the day before and the day after the holiday. Other benefits begin after a three-month introductory period, and include accrual of two weeks paid vacation annually, six days of sick leave, and a significant portion of the employee’s health and dental insurance paid for under the company plan. Participation in a 401(k) program begins after six months employment.

    For additional information, interested parties should check the “Job Opportunities” section of the ACS website (http://www.acstempe.com). Please send your current resume with a cover letter identifying the position for which you wish to be considered and the names and phone numbers/e-mail addresses of three references who can comment on your project supervision experience in Arizona to: acs_jobs@acstempe.com. Please include the name of the position you are applying for in the subject line of your e-mail. ACS does not discriminate in employment opportunities or practices on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, disability, or any other characteristic protected by law. No phone calls please. The position is open until October 31, 2014, or until filled, whichever is sooner.


  • 09/12/2014 12:19 | AAC Admin (Administrator)

    Harris Environmental Group, Inc. is seeking an archaeological Project Director (PD) to direct compliance projects for state, federal, and commercial clients. Archaeological experience in the Southwestern United States is required. The position will assist with project development, direction, coordination and quality control for cultural resource management projects while expanding our archaeological and historical consulting team. Responsibilities will include project direction (including fieldwork and travel), training of staff, oversight of field directors, and producing quality reports, managing multiple projects, and budgets. Candidates must have an M.A. in Anthropology or Archaeology and a minimum of five years of work experience and two to three years experience as a PD. Compensation package will be commensurate with experience.

     

    Job Duties and Responsibilities:

    • Ensure that all fieldwork, analysis, and report production is conducted to professional and SHPO/ASM standards and guidelines

    • Remain current with agency requirements for conducting cultural resources work

    • Manage budgets, prepare proposals, reports, and other technical documents, monitor field procedures, and author research designs, treatment plans, and other technical documents

    • Oversee field research, data collection, inventory, analysis, and final report production

    • Establish project procedures and budgetary restraints and assure that projects are concluded within budget and on time

    • Conduct content edits of technical reports

    • Take initiative, resolve problems, and create improved procedures to assure tasks are completed in the most effective manner

     

    Qualifications:

    • Graduate degree in archaeology, anthropology or related field

    • At least two years supervisory and fieldwork experience in CRM or equivalent position, and experience working NHPA compliance

    • Ability to be listed on our various federal and state cultural resource permits

    • Experience with content edits of reports and a strong background in scheduling and budgeting

    • Ability to train, coordinate, and oversee personnel

    • Exceptional technical writing skills and a record of completing and editing technical reports on deadlines

    • Experience with Section 106 compliance, NEPA, and other relevant compliance processes

    • Ability to work independently as well as oversee small or large projects

    To apply, please email resume and letter of interest to Lisa Harris, Ph.D. President, at lharris@heg-inc.com

     

  • 07/08/2014 17:43 | AAC Admin (Administrator)
    CULTURAL RESOURCE FIELD DIRECTOR/CREW CHIEF OPENING

    Archaeological Consulting Services, Ltd., an environmental planning firm in Tempe, AZ (ACS) is seeking to hire a Field Director or Crew Chief with Arizona experience initially for temporary project-specific work, which could lead to a staff position with benefits. To be considered the candidate will:

    have a Bachelor’s degree in Anthropology (Archaeology);
    have a valid driver’s license; and
    have a minimum of two years experience leading monitoring, survey, and excavation projects in Arizona and writing the reports for them.

    Candidates desiring to move into a full-time regular staff position should also:

    have a Masters degree in Anthropology (Archaeology) and
    qualify to be listed on an Arizona state permit.
    The duties of this position regularly require in-town or out-of-town fieldwork, which would involve standing, walking or climbing into and out of trenches and excavation units, using hands to manipulate items and to lift or carry them, talking, and hearing. They occasionally require crossing uneven terrain, climbing over fences, and stooping, kneeling, or crouching, as well as sitting at a desk and using hands to manipulate a computer keyboard and mouse, and paper work products. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. All employees must follow established procedures, ask questions when needed, work independently once parameters have been set, and work cooperatively as part of a team, at both the project and company-wide levels.

    The pay level is competitive and commensurate with experience. Temporary employees receive holiday pay when the office is closed on one of their regular workdays and they have worked the day before and the day after the holiday.

    For additional information, interested parties should check the “Job Opportunities” section of the ACS website (http://www.acstempe.com). Please send your current resume with a cover letter identifying the level at which you wish to be considered and the names and phone numbers/e-mail addresses of three references who can comment on your project supervision experience in Arizona to: acs_jobs’at’acstempe’dot’com. Please include the name of the position you are applying for in the subject line of your e-mail. ACS does not discriminate in employment opportunities or practices on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, disability, or any other characteristic protected by law. No phone calls please. The position is open until August 1, 2014, or until filled, whichever is sooner.


  • 07/08/2014 17:42 | AAC Admin (Administrator)
    PRINCIPAL INVESTIGATOR OPENING

    Archaeological Consulting Services, Ltd. (ACS), an environmental firm located in Tempe, AZ, is seeking to hire a cultural resource principal investigator. We are in need of a staff member who can hit the ground running on the project management, compliance, and research aspects of projects. It is a fast-paced work environment with a highly experienced staff.

    The successful candidate must have a Master’s degree in anthropology (specialty: archaeology) and a minimum of seven years experience in archaeology (Southwest preferred, ADOT experience preferred), with three of those years in a supervisory CRM role. This person must have at least two years of experience in project management, including working with clients and regulators, assessing National Register of Historic Places eligibility, developing testing and data recovery programs, arranging permits and logistics, monitoring field progress, coordinating with the lab and with report authors, and writing and compiling reports. Experience managing projects with budgets over $100,000 is desired. Strong supervisory, writing, and verbal communication skills are essential, as is attention to detail. Experience with project budgeting and tracking, as well as the ability to bring projects to successful completion on time and within budget, are essential. Experience with NEPA documents is a plus. This position requires the ability to drive ACS vehicles; travel primarily in but not restricted to the State of Arizona; and to cover steep or uneven terrain to access potentially remote locations. As part of the core staff, this position is eligible for benefits after a three-month introductory period.

    Please send a cover letter identifying the position for which you are applying, a copy of your vitae or resume, three references, and your salary requirements to acs_jobs AT acstempe DOT com by August 1, 2014 (although the position may be filled sooner if a qualified applicant is identified). ACS offers a competitive salary range and benefits, including participation in a 401(k) program, once certain criteria have been met. ACS does not discriminate in employment opportunities or practices on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, disability, or any other characteristic protected by law. Please check us out on the web at www.acstempe.com.


  • 07/08/2014 09:34 | AAC Admin (Administrator)

    FIRST REVIEW OF RESUMES WILL BE JULY 18, 2014, THIS POSTING WILL REMAIN OPEN UNTIL FILLED.

    Arizona State Parks Mission Statement: Managing and conserving Arizona's natural, cultural and recreational resources for the benefit of the people both in our parks and through our partners. To learn more about Arizona State Parks, visit our web site at azstateparks.com

    Planner III, Cultural Resources Manager

    LOCATION: Arizona State Parks Phoenix Office

    1300 W. Washington

    Phoenix, AZ 85007

    Arizona State Parks (ASP) oversees and manages thirty parks in Arizona. Fourteen of these parks contain forty-five historic buildings and additional structures listed on the National and State Register of Historic Places. There is one archaeological park and 1000+ archaeological sites within all thirty parks. The management, protection, and preservation of all of these historic and archaeological resources is mandatory by law and important to ASP and the State of Arizona. Half of this position will be responsible for the Agency's cultural resources compliance activities relating to Federal and State laws. Arizona State Parks coordinates a statewide network of 900+ volunteers trained and certified to monitor more than 82,000 recorded archaeological sites throughout the State of Arizona on public lands. The Arizona Site Steward program is managed by utilizing 27 leadership volunteers who coordinate other volunteers by region to monitor sites on Federal, State and local municipality lands for signs of vandalism. ASP has inter-government agreements that specify the extent of these volunteer activities. Half of this position will be responsible for the management of the Arizona Site Steward program.

    DESCRIPTION OF DUTIES: The Cultural Resources Manager is the Agency subject matter expert in archaeology and history. They advise and facilitate the protection, preservation, and management of historic and archaeological resources at ASP. They identify and make recommendations regarding paleontological resources at ASP. They coordinate the training, supervision and data collection of the 900+ Arizona Site Stewards. Responsibilities include following all applicable State and Federal Historic Preservation and Antiquities laws and guidelines; acts as a liaison between ASP, State Historic Preservation Office and Arizona State Museum regarding projects impacting cultural resources at the parks; acts as a liaison between leadership volunteers and other partner agency archaeologists for support of the Arizona Site Steward program; works in a team environment involving ASP staff (Park Managers, State Historic Preservation Office staff, Chief of Development, Architect, Park Research and Science Manager, Chief of Operations, ASP Curator), other State Agencies (examples: Arizona State Museum, Arizona Dept. of Transportation, State Lands Dept.) Federal Agencies (examples: BLM, US Forest Service, National Park Service), and outside contractors; works as a team member to support public outreach, interpretation and exhibition related to cultural resources. The Cultural Resources Manager is responsible for the management and interpretation of cultural resources of ASP. This includes working with the Site Stewards, conducting surveys of project areas that may impact cultural resources, writing technical/professional reports, writing contracts for survey work to be completed by outside firms, recording archaeological and historical sites and evaluating them for eligibility to the Arizona Register of Historic Places, recommending mitigation or preservation measures for cultural resources on ASP land, reviewing reports for accuracy written by outside firms, writing interpretive plans and exhibit text, training ASP staff, volunteers and Site Stewards in cultural resource issues and interpretation.

    BY FEDERAL REGULATION THIS POSITION REQUIRES:

    Master of Arts or Sciences degree with a major in Cultural Resource Management, Archaeology, Anthropology, or closely related field plus (1) at least one year of professional experience or equivalent specialized training in archaeological research, administration, or management; (2) At least four months of supervised field and analytical experience in general North American archaeology; and (3) Demonstrated ability to carry research to completion.

    Must be AAA (Arizona Antiquities Act) permitted or permitable at the Principal Investigator and Project Director Level on ASP's Blanket Permit with ASM. Must have written at least two historic properties treatment plans (HPTP) and the reports resulting from the archeological research described in the plans. At least one of the required projects must be an excavation. Must have administered and supervised two archeological research projects including supervision of all the project directors in the laboratory or in the field, consultations with state and federal agencies and tribes, and supervision of all projects' phases until final delivery of all project materials and reports, so that the research and work is conducted and concludes according to the two HPTP's or two research designs with work plans as required above.

    KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES: Knowledge of Cultural Resource Management, Archaeology, Anthropology, or closely related field, including field school. Knowledge of field archaeology, historic preservation, historic sites/parks, cultural resource management, historic preservation, and preservation law. Knowledge of Archaeological field methods, particularly Southwest Native American prehistory. Knowledge of Arizona history and prehistory. Knowledge of State and federal laws pertaining to historic preservation, archaeology, and cultural resources management, Knowledge of National Historic Preservation Act, Section 106, Arizona Register of Historic Places eligibility criteria. Knowledge of Historic building preservation, Secretary of Interior's Standards and Guidelines for Rehabilitating Historic Buildings. Knowledge of Fundamental principles, concepts, and practices of cultural resource management. Knowledge of Use and development of cultural resources, AZSITE, and Global Information Systems (GIS) databases. Knowledge of Best practices in volunteer resource management. Knowledge of Effective management of volunteer programs, including recruitment, placement, supervision and recognition of volunteers. Knowledge of Event, project and program coordination. Skill in effective individual and team interaction. Skill in effective written, oral and interpersonal communication. Skill in use of computer software programs in MAC and/or IBM operating systems, Microsoft and electronic communication. Skill in use of AZSITE for work on ASP lands Skill in use of ArcView, Global Information Systems (GIS). Skill in effective time and priority management. Skill in effective organization and event coordination. Skill in problem solving. Skill in data and trend analysis. Skill in technical/electronic database management. Skill in public presentation development and staging. Skill in reading and interpreting architectural and engineering plans or drawings. Ability to develop effective and positive interpersonal working relationships with diverse staff and volunteers at Arizona State Parks Phoenix office and field locations, professional colleagues at SHPO, ASM and other Federal and State agencies, contracting firms, and Native American Tribes, avocational archaeologists and historians in the Site Steward program, Arizona Historical Society and chapters, Arizona Archaeological Society and chapters, and others. Ability to write professional technical reports; photograph, document, record and evaluate archaeological sites, historic buildings and structures as to their eligibility to the Arizona Register of Historic Places. Ability to recommend appropriate mitigation measures. Ability to implement archaeological data recovery measures, as appropriate. Ability to research and write interpretive text for programs, exhibits, and community presentations. Ability to analyze complex situations and make sound recommendations. Ability to manage sensitive and delicate situations with a high degree of cordiality. Ability to perform fieldwork in extreme temperatures and to hike over rough terrain for 8 - 10 miles. Ability to travel frequently, drive alone for long distances, stay overnight when necessary. Ability to meet project deadlines Ability to evaluate and establish priorities. Ability to work evenings and weekends. Ability to speak articulately in public/private settings. Ability to react to changing program needs. Ability to posses and maintain a Class D Arizona Driver's license.

    Requires possession of and ability to retain a current, valid state-issued driver's license appropriate to the assignment. Employees who drive on state business are subject to driver's license record checks, must maintain acceptable driving records and must complete any required driver training (see Arizona Administrative Code R2-10-207.12.)

    SELECTIVE PREFERENCES: Ability to communicate archaeological concepts, preservation practices and legal requirements to diverse audiences (age, ethnicity, and knowledge level) in a clear, positive and interesting manner - both oral and written. 3-5 years experience in field archaeology, historic preservation, historic sites/parks, cultural resource management, historic preservation, and preservation law.

    All newly hired employees will be subject to the E-Verify Employment Eligibility Verification Program.

    Arizona State Government is an EOE/ADA Reasonable Accommodation Employer.

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