Arizona Archaeological Council

EcoPlan Associates, Inc., is now accepting applications for the position of Field Director/Project Director with a specialization in Historical Archaeology

10/19/2016 10:29 | AAC Admin (Administrator)

EcoPlan Associates, Inc., is now accepting applications for the position of Field Director/Project Director with a specialization in Historical Archaeology. The candidate will be responsible for conducting archival and historic research; writing national register nominations and historic contexts; preparing research designs; and conducting and reporting cultural resource survey, testing, and data recovery projects.

Qualifications: The ideal candidate will have a minimum of a Master’s degree in anthropology or archaeology, prior project director experience, and familiarity with current cultural resource issues and historic archaeology (19th century) of the American Southwest and Great Basin. All applicants must be available for in-person interviews. The successful candidate will be based in the Mesa, Arizona, office.

Compensation: EcoPlan offers a competitive salary (commensurate with experience) and full-time positions that include full vacation, medical, and retirement benefits.

Please send resume, cover letter detailing your experience, and list of references by e-mail to:

John C. Ravesloot, Ph.D.
EcoPlan Associates, Inc.
701 West Southern Avenue, Suite 203
Mesa, Arizona, 85210
Email: jravesloot@ecoplanaz.com

NO TELEPHONE CALLS, PLEASE

EcoPlan Associates, Inc. was formed in 1991 with a vision to provide high quality environmental services to the public and private sectors. We presently maintain offices in Mesa, Prescott, and Tucson Arizona. EcoPlan’s growing team of highly qualified and motivated cultural resource specialists pride themselves in maintaining the company’s reputation for conducting high quality, state-of-the-art research in a timely fashion.

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