Arizona Archaeological Council

ACS, Ltd. Field Archaeologist Positions

04/11/2017 18:45 | AAC Admin (Administrator)

Archaeological Consulting Services, Ltd. of Tempe, AZ (ACS) is seeking resumes for several temporary Field Archaeologist positions. A Bachelor’s Degree in Anthropology or a related field and several months of fieldwork are required to be considered a Field Archaeologist. The duties of these positions may regularly require standing, digging shovel test pits, using hands to manipulate items and to lift or carry them, talking, and hearing. They could occasionally require crossing uneven terrain, climbing over fences, and stooping, kneeling, or crouching. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. All employees must be able to follow instructions, ask questions when needed, be able to work independently once parameters have been set, and work cooperatively as part of a team, at both the project and company-wide levels.

Pay levels are competitive and commensurate with experience. These are project-specific positions, and as a result are full-time, temporary positions. The only benefit that comes with these positions is holiday pay if the office is closed and the employee works the day before and the day after the holiday and accrual of paid sick leave.

For additional information, interested parties should check “Job Opportunities” section of the ACS web site (http://www.acstempe.com). Please send current resume with a cover letter and the names and phone numbers/e-mail addresses of three references who can comment on your experience to: acs_jobs’at’acstempe’dot’com (replace ‘at’ or ‘dot’ with the usual @ or .). Please include the job title “Field Archaeologist” 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. These positions are open until filled or April 30, 2017, whichever comes first. 


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