SWCA Seeking Archaeological Field Technicians!

09/30/2015 15:50 | AAC Admin (Administrator)

Archaeological Field Technicians Wanted


About the opportunity:


SWCA is currently seeking several experienced archaeological field technicians for each of our three Arizona offices (Flagstaff, Phoenix, and Tucson).  Transportation from one of SWCA's Arizona offices and project locations will be provided each work day for employees.


What you will accomplish:


Conduct archaeological fieldwork including survey monitoring, survey, testing, and/or data recovery. Assist with mapping responsibilities in the field, including collection of GPS data using Trimble units.


Experience and qualifications for success:


·         A Bachelor's Degree in anthropology, archaeology, or a closely related field or six (6) months field experience with a range of field methodologies, including survey, testing, excavation, and monitoring required.

·         Experience with a wide range of field methodologies, including archaeological survey, testing, excavation, and/or monitoring preferred

·         Knowledge of ArcPad or TerraSync is a plus

·         Current valid driver's license and the ability to safely operate a 4wd vehicle if needed

·         Ability to travel to work start locations in Flagstaff, Phoenix, or Tucson

·         Ability conduct fieldwork (testing, data recovery, survey) for long hours, sometimes in inclement weather, rugged terrain, and ability to carry equipment and supplies weighing up to 40 pounds is required


SWCA Environmental Consultants is a growing employee-owned firm, providing a full-spectrum of environmental services. With offices across the United States, SWCA is one of the largest environmental compliance firms and ranks among Engineering News-Record’s Top 200 Environmental Firms.


EOE - women, minorities, individuals with disabilities and veterans are encouraged to apply.


Please apply directly to our career website: https://careers-swca.icims.com/jobs/9553/archaeological-field-technician/job?mode=view

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