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  • 07/29/2021 21:31 | AAC Admin (Administrator)

    Archaeological Consulting Services, Ltd. (ACS), a Tempe, AZ environmental firm, is seeking to hire a Field Supervisor with Arizona experience for a staff position with benefits. To be considered the candidate will:

    • have a Master’s degree in Anthropology (Archaeology); 
    • have a valid driver’s license; 
    • have a minimum of two years’ experience conducting construction monitoring, survey, and excavation projects in the field and writing the reports; and 
    • meet the Secretary of the Interior’s guidelines for an archaeologist.
    The ideal candidate will have experience supervising field crews, performing site file checks in Arizona, writing cultural resource reports, and with compliance requirements for local agencies.

    Applications are being accepted through October 31, 2021 or until filled. Please send resume, salary requirements, three professional references, and other relevant information to acs_jobs@acstempe.com with the name of the position in the subject line. ACS does not discriminate in employment opportunities or practices on the basis of race, color, religion, gender, gender expression, sexual orientation, national origin, age, disability, or any other characteristic protected by law. No phone calls accepted.

  • 07/14/2021 08:44 | Andrew Vorsanger (Administrator)


    About Us:


    Tierra Right of Way Services has been conducting cultural resource projects since 1993 and environmental compliance since 2000. We are committed to meeting our customer’s land service needs in the highest quality manner, delivered with the highest ethical and professional standards.

    Benefits:

    We offer competitive compensation and a comprehensive benefits package including medical, dental and vision insurance, 9 paid holidays annually, paid sick leave, PTO, 100% company-paid life insurance and disability insurance, pet insurance and much more.  In addition, all employees are eligible to participate in our 401(k) plan with a generous company match after only 30 days of employment!

    Position Summary:

    The Principal Investigator/Project Manager serves a dual role with responsibility for the design and oversight of field research and directing the business aspects of cultural resource management projects.   The incumbent can select to work in our Tucson, Phoenix, Albuquerque or Santa Fe office.

    Essential Functions and General Responsibilities:

    • Manages budgets, prepares proposals, reports and other technical documents.
    • Administers project timelines and budgets.
    • Markets to existing and new clients by developing marketing proposals, attending marketing functions and maintaining client relationships.
    • Responding to requests for job proposals and price quotes.
    • Interfaces with government agencies regarding project regulatory compliance.
    • Prepares scopes of work and budgets.
    • Coordinates with clients and staff to ensure that project goals are met.
    • Plans, directs and coordinates work activities and schedules.
    • Writing research designs and overseeing research aspects of excavations and large-scale survey projects.
    • Ensures compliance with all required regulations including Section 106 and associated federal and state laws and regulations.
    • Directing large excavation projects.
    • Performs other related responsibilities as needed.

    Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:

    • Knowledge of National Environmental Policy Act, Native American Graves Protection and Repatriation Act, Section 106, Section 110, and associated federal and state laws and regulations.
    • Experience working with various municipal, county, state, and federal agencies, tribes, and State and Tribal Historic Preservation Officers.
    • Strong communication skills
    • Ability to maintain confidentiality.
    • Strong interpersonal skills, including the ability to interact and collaborate with all levels of management and staff.
    • Ability to work as a team player.
    • Attention to organization, detail and accuracy.
    • Knowledge of utilizing MS Word, Excel, and Outlook applications.
    • Ability to plan, organize, and prioritize work.
    • Ability to work independently and apply decision-making skills.
    • Ability to work within defined schedules and meet deadlines.
    Minimum Qualifications:
    • Master’s degree in Anthropology, Archaeology, Heritage Management, or related field
    • Five (5) years’ experience in cultural, heritage, and/or environmental compliance industry
    • Permitted/permittable in the State assigned (General Archaeological Investigation Permit), State Bureau of Land Management, and the Forest Service
    • Valid Driver’s License

    Tierra Right of Way is proud to be an Equal Opportunity Employer.  All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to age, race, color, religion, sex (including pregnancy), national origin, sexual orientation, gender identity, genetic information, veteran or disability status. We are committed to the principle of equal employment opportunity for all applicants and employees and to providing employees with a work environment free of discrimination and harassment.

    Tierra is committed to the full inclusion of all qualified individuals. As part of this commitment, we will ensure that persons with disabilities are provided reasonable accommodations. If reasonable accommodation is needed to participate in the job application or interview process, contact our Human Resources Department at (520) 319-2106.

    https://www.tierra-row.com/index.php/careers

  • 07/12/2021 11:53 | AAC Admin (Administrator)

    The Archaeological Records Office (ARO) in the Arizona State Museum (ASM) at the University of Arizona (UA) is looking to hire an Assistant Manager. The position is a University Staff position who will assist the ARO Manager in supervising the operations of the Archaeological Records Office including the administration and implementation of the Arizona Antiquities Act (AAA; A.R.S. § 41-841 et seq.), compliance with all policies and procedures outlined by state and federal laws and Arizona Board of Regents (ABOR) rules, and management of both paper and digital collections submitted to ASM.

    For information about the position and to apply please go to   https://arizona.csod.com/ux/ats/careersite/4/home/requisition/5440?c=arizona.

  • 06/27/2021 07:25 | AAC Admin (Administrator)

    Desert Archaeology is seeking a full-time Cartographic Technician to join our team of mapping/GIS specialists in our Tucson, Arizona office. We are looking for candidates who bring the qualities of motivation, self-reliance, ability to work independently within a distributed team structure, creative problem solving within your area of expertise, and a desire to develop as a cartographer working in a consulting archaeological company.

    Desert Archaeology is a small, woman-owned business working primarily in Arizona, with occasional work in California and New Mexico. Offices are in Tucson and Tempe.

    Position Description

    The Cartographic Technician will work in a team setting to support planning archaeological field projects, real time field mapping during projects, and the creation of final products for meetings and reports within a data-oriented company workflow. The ideal candidate will have a general land surveying background; competencies and familiarity with current and near-current GIS, GPS, and GNSS instrumentation and data collection processing; and a general interest in the fields of cultural or natural resources. Fieldwork will be both in-town and out-of-town. The candidate should be able to troubleshoot standard equipment problems during fieldwork.

    The job requires drafting and cartography skills using Autodesk products complemented by a wide suite of database, GIS, and supporting software, as well as experience developing topographic, planimetric, and thematic maps from ground measurements and GIS data sources. The candidate should have the ability to work within a mixed CAD and GIS structure to automate mapping, cartography, and graphics production for non-technical end users.

    The Cartographic Technician will be responsible for managing time and resources to assist multiple small and large projects with variable priorities.

    Qualifications:

    • Ability to use consumer grade GPS, L1 GIS-grade GPS, L1/L2 survey-grade GPS, and GNSS full-constellation receivers for static, kinematic, and network measurements
    • Familiarity with field data collectors and tablets
    • Competency with land surveying methods and techniques
    • Use of drafting, mapping, and database software to support the identified tasks
    • Must have a valid driver’s license

    Other desirable experience:

    • Cloud GIS development
    • GIS/database analysis
    • Civil engineering/land development
    • UAV operation/pilot certification
    • Graphic design
    • Photogrammetry/3D modeling
    • Lidar

    Compensation commensurate with experience.

    Deadline: Applications will be reviewed beginning July 8, 2021. Position open until filled.

    Please learn more about us at www.desert.com/services.

    View this position at www.desert.com/open-positions.

    Desert Archaeology is an Equal Opportunity Employment company.

    To apply, please send a cover letter that responds to the qualifications above and that identifies software and instrumentation capabilities, as well as a CV or resume and references to:

    Karina Casey, Office Assistant

    Desert Archaeology, Inc.

    3975 N. Tucson Boulevard

    Tucson, Arizona 85716

    admin@desert.com

    (520) 881-2244


  • 06/25/2021 09:45 | AAC Admin (Administrator)

    North Wind Resource Consulting is looking to hire an archaeological field director out of the Phoenix office. The Archaeologist Field Director is a mid-level position that will be providing in-field analysis and scientific studies for projects located within the greater Phoenix area, and across Arizona. The Field Director should have a minimum of 5 years of demonstrated experience with Class III archaeological surveys, monitoring, or testing projects in the Southwest. Experience will include higher skill level with artifact identification, in-field documentation, and data collection. The position requires the applicant to possess site recording knowledge and proficiencies for accurately recording historic and prehistoric sites according to land agency specifications. Additional aspects of the Archaeologist Field Director position include:

    • Leading field surveys for simple to complex projects with accurate information and data collection.
    • Organizes fieldwork mobilization/demobilization.
    • Works well with project members and maintains a high level of communication regarding status of work product.
    • Assisting and mentoring crews of Archaeological Technicians in survey strategies, organization, artifact identification, data collection, following field protocols and safety practices.
    • Requires participation in project kickoff meetings and project updates.
    • Applicants will possess an understanding of following project budgets and the ability to communicate efficiencies and overages.
    • Possesses 5-years of experience in Southwest archaeology and is familiar with agency’s site recording standards for Arizona.
    • Lead activities including (a) collecting data using GPS units (i.e. Trimble, Garmin, and/or IOS Field Collector), (b) taking photographs of project area, project activities, and (c) artifact/feature identification.
    • Possesses strong technical writing skills demonstrated in completion of Class I and Class III reports.
    • Ensures that projects are completed on schedule and within budget.
    • Driving daily to project areas in Arizona using North Wind vehicle.
    • Maintaining both North Wind and project-specific safety awareness and practices at all times.
    • Regular communication with North Wind Project Manager, field technicians and Line Supervisor.
    • Participation in North Wind training.

    Qualifications

    • Bachelor's degree in a related field with a minimum of 3-5 years of experience.
    • Possesses a strong work ethic with a developed and mature understanding of professionalism.
    • Possesses strong technical writing skills demonstrated through completion of Class I and Class III reports.
    • Willingness and desire to learn as well as ask questions.
    • Ability to follow written and oral instruction.
    • Displays excellent communication and interpersonal skills and attention to detail.
    • Ability and willingness to travel to various field locations, walk and conduct fieldwork for long hours, across rugged terrain.
    • Ability to carry equipment and supplies weighing up to 40 pounds.
    • Willingness to work irregular hours (e.g., early mornings, late nights, weekends).
    • Willingness and ability to work in a fast-paced, dynamic setting, and to consistently enact high performance standards and a strong work and team ethic in support of the goals and objectives of North Wind’s commitment to gathering high quality in-field data.
    • Experience in and willingness to work in inclement conditions (i.e. very hot, windy, sunny without shade).
    • Ability and willingness to travel to project area.
    • Must pass pre-employment background check.
    • Must pass pre-employment drug screening.
    • Must possess a valid driver’s license with all necessary endorsements.
    • Must be able, by reason of experience, training, or both, to operate a 4-wheel high clearance North Wind vehicle (i.e. truck and/or jeep) to complete the work task(s).
    • Applicants are required to have REAL ID ACT compliant documentation at time of hire and nothing on record that would prohibit you from employment on federal government contracts.

    PHYSICAL DEMANDS:
    This position requires long periods of walking, climbing, standing, stooping, kneeling, and bending for periods of up to 10-12 hours per day. Frequent carrying of a backpack with equipment of up to 40 lbs. across uneven terrain.

    WORKING ENVIRONMENT:
    Work will be performed strictly outdoors in harsh and rapidly changing environments to include all types of weather conditions to include extreme heat or cold environments, traverse uneven terrain.

    North Wind offers a competitive pay and benefits package to include health, life, and disability insurance benefits, 401(k) with company match, generous paid leave and tuition reimbursement for eligible employees. As a company, we are committed to employee wellness, professional development, and work-life balance. We value safety, reliability, and commitment to our people! For more information about our benefits or hiring philosophy, visit the North Wind Career Opportunities Page.

    Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable qualified individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. The nature of those accommodations will be determined on a case-by-case basis. If you are an individual with a disability and require a reasonable accommodation to complete any part of the application process, or are limited in the ability or unable to access or use this online application process and need an alternative method for applying, you may contact our Helpline +1.208.528.8718 or use the Request for Reasonable Accommodation form to get assistance.

    North Wind is an Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) employer and welcomes all qualified applicants. Applicants will receive fair and impartial consideration without regard to race, sex, color, religion, national origin, age, disability, veteran status, genetic data, religion, or other legally protected status. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to their protected veteran status and will not be discriminated against on the basis of disability.

    Proof of citizenship will be required as a condition of employment.

    https://north-wind-group.breezy.hr/p/ba1ffd889f50-archaeological-field-director-1314

  • 06/18/2021 11:46 | AAC Admin (Administrator)

    Available Cultural Resources Positions

    PROJECT MANAGER

    PROJECT DIRECTOR

    CREW CHIEF


    Job Descriptions

    EnviroSystems is seeking Project Managers, Project Directors, and Crew Chiefs to conduct cultural resource compliance projects for federal, state, and commercial clients. These are full-time permanent positions based out of our Flagstaff, Arizona office, but there is potential for remote work depending on the candidate’s background. The successful candidate(s) either will be currently permitted or meet the qualifications to be permitted as a Project Director/Field Director, Crew Chief, or Principal Investigator with a variety of public land managing agencies, with emphasis in Utah, Nevada, Arizona, and New Mexico. Experience in California, Idaho, west Texas, and western Colorado is also beneficial. The positions require the capability of supervising cultural resources surveys and other archaeological projects in remote locations and over steep terrain, and often require camping. Therefore, a clean driving record and the ability to work out-of-town for multiple sequential field sessions are also essential.

    The successful candidate(s) will provide demonstrable expertise supervising all aspects of cultural resources survey, site recording and site significance evaluations, as well technical report writing. Experience with archaeological testing and data recovery is a plus but is not required. Candidates should be well-versed with the completion of survey forms (from a variety of states and federal agencies), operating GPS units with a data recorder, and conducting quality control/quality assurance reviews of data. The ideal candidate will possess knowledge of federal cultural resources regulations (particularly National Historic Preservation Act Section 106 compliance), the ability to coordinate and communicate with agencies and clients and manage budgets and schedules. The candidates(s) also should be motivated, resourceful, dedicated, and organized.

    Applicants for upper-level positions must have at least a master’s degree in Anthropology or Archaeology and a minimum of 5 years of work experience as a supervisory archaeologist (e.g., Crew Chief, Project Manager, or Field Director). A master’s degree is also preferable for Crew Chief-level positions, but a minimum of a bachelor’s degree and appropriate experience is required. Compensation package will be commensurate with experience.

    Responsibilities

    • Managing cultural resource projects of various scopes and sizes
    • Supervising archaeological field crews
    • Directing cultural resources inventories with in-field analyses and documentation of prehistoric and/or historic artifacts and archaeological features
    • Authoring and editing site documentation forms and writing technical reports
    • Completing projects within schedule and on budget
    • Effectively and accurately communicating with agency compliance personnel, clients, and coworkers

    Qualifications

    • Graduate degree in archaeology or anthropology
    • At least 5 years supervisory archaeology and fieldwork experience
    • Ability to be listed on EnviroSystems’ various federal and state cultural resource permits
    • Excellent communication, organizational, and time management skills
    • Good technical writing skills with a record of completing, editing, and producing cultural resource compliance reports, and meeting deadlines
    • Proficiency with Microsoft Office products
    • Ability to work both independently and as part of a team in a face-paced environment requiring multitasking, task prioritization, and responsibility/task delegation without strict supervision

    Desirable Traits (Not required but viewed favorably)

    • Research interest in Southwest and/or Great Basin archaeology beyond meeting minimal compliance requirements
    • Expertise in prehistoric and/or historic artifact analysis
    • GIS application skills

    Employment Status / Benefits

    • Permanent
    • Full-time
    • Medical, Dental, Vision, Long-term Disability, Health Savings Account, 401(k)

    If interested, please submit a cover letter and detailed curriculum vitae with references to: dhart@esmaz.com

  • 06/17/2021 12:10 | AAC Admin (Administrator)

    Terracon is hiring a Senior Staff Scientist to support our cultural projects in Arizona, California, Nevada, New Mexico and Utah. 

    General Responsibilities:
    Conduct cultural records reviews, archaeological surveys, Phase I testing, Phase II data recovery, archaeological monitoring, archaeological mitigation, preparation of archaeological plans and reports, and contribute cultural information for environmental documents Identify, evaluate and recommend risk and mitigation strategies/designs to ensure compliance with federal, state and local regulations. Prepare applicable risk assessments and technical documents including proposals, reports and regulatory agency correspondence.

    Essential Roles and Responsibilities:
    • Mid-level, experienced, scientific professional able to manage small- and medium-sized cultural resources projects across the US Southwest.
    • Ability to complete projects on-time and within budget.
    • Field director for survey, excavation and monitoring fieldwork.
    • Work with senior staff to prepare cost estimates and proposals from small and medium-size projects.
    • Evaluate field and laboratory data, synthesizing into written reports.
    • Maintain quality standards, following safety rules and guidelines.
    Requirements:
    • Master’s degree in Anthropology and a minimum of 3 years’ related experience. 
    • Possess or demonstrate ability to obtain State and Federal archaeological permits within the U.S. Southwest (Arizona, New Mexico, California, Nevada, or Utah).
    • Demonstrated experience authoring cultural resources management reports.
    • Ability to perform all aspects of archaeological fieldwork in outdoor settings year-round within the U.S. Southwest.
    • Valid driver’s license with acceptable violation history.
    Desired qualifications:
    • Possess Principal Investigator status on an Arizona Antiquities Act permit.
    • Possess General Archaeological Investigation Permit for archaeological investigations on New Mexico state lands.
    • Be listed or demonstrate ability to be listed on a BLM cultural resources use permits in the US Southwest.
    • Meet US Secretary of Interior standards for archaeologist (prehistoric and/or historic).
    • Completion of an archaeological field school in the US Southwest.


    https://careers.terracon.com/search/jobdetails/senior-staff-scientist/934ef86d-f662-4b7b-a232-7eb571755b94



  • 06/11/2021 12:37 | AAC Admin (Administrator)

    AZ SHPO is now hiring a full time position for an archaeological compliance specialist (Planner III).

    https://www.azstatejobs.gov/jobs/archaeological-compliance-specialist-phoenix-arizona-united-states

    Job Summary:

    This position is required by both state and federal legislation for the implementation of Arizona's State Historic Preservation Program; this program is certified and funded by the National Park Service (NPS). Under general supervision, the position is responsible for the following:

    • Participating in statewide cultural resources planning with federal and state agencies.
    • Reviewing and commenting on federal undertakings and state plans that could affect properties listed on or eligible for the Arizona and/or National Registers of Historic Places.
    • Advising federal and state agencies on historic preservation issues.
    • Participating in consultation with federal and state agencies, tribal governments, and other Interested parties.
    • Participation in, and review of Programmatic and Memorandum of Agreements for federal cultural resources programs and projects.
    • Compiling statistical reports on compliance activities for the End of the Year Report submitted to the NPS and Congress.
    • Advising federal and state agencies on compliance with state and federal laws and regulation.
    • Writing documents for program guidance for use by federal and state preservation programs and professionals.
    • Providing technical review of cultural resources survey, testing, stabilization, excavation, and treatment plans and reports for federal and state agency projects.
    • Evaluating National Register eligibility of properties, especially those that are eligible for their information potential.
    • Evaluating research designs against current archaeological method and theory and the adequacy of the scientific approach to obtain information potential. 
    • Entering project and property data into a compliance database.
    • Providing training in state and federal laws and regulations for state and federal agencies, tribes and private consulting firms.
    • Participate in planning and execution of annual historic preservation conference.
    • Provide technical support to Site Steward Coordinator and agencies participating in Site Steward program.                                                                                  • Be able to work remotely with one day in the office per week. 

    Job Duties:

    • Manage, coordinate, and provide technical assistance and review of federal agency undertakings and stale agency plans.
    • Advise federal and stale agencies on compliance with federal and state historic preservation laws, regulations and policies.
    • Ensure that the agencies are following the legally defined consultation process.
    • Review and advise federal and stale agencies on the adequacy of cultural resources identification efforts.
    • Ensure the consultation on property Identification with tribes, other agencies, and other interested parties is adequate.
    • Review and consult with federal and state agencies on the eligibility of identified properties for inclusion on the Arizona and National Registers of  Historic places.
    • Conduct technical review of reports.
    • Evaluate the Arizona and National Register status of properties based on the "information potential" of that property.
    • Establish the "information potential" on current research issues and historic contexts.
    • Consult with federal and state agencies, tribes and other interested parties to determine the effects of federal undertakings and state plans on identified register-eligible properties.
    • Consult with agencies, tribes and other interested parties on appropriate mitigation measures for Register-eligible properties that will be adversely affected by a federal undertaking or state plan.
    • Evaluate research designs for their ability to address current issues and the "information potential" of the property(ies) being treated.
    • Assists with planning and execution of annual historic preservation conference.
    • Routinely engages in session panels and participates in programming to represent SHPO policy and perspectives.
    • Provides technical archaeological support to the Arizona Site Steward Program.
    • Provides public education and training on laws and regulations for federal and state agencies, tribal governments, and private sector.
    • Participates in development of Memorandum and Programmatic Agreements (MOAs & PAs) with federal agencies.
    • Participates in consultation among federal agencies, tribes, and other consulting parties on the development of project specific MOAs and PAs related to Agency programs and/or large complex projects.
    • Provides technical review of agreement language, and ensures compliance with the NHPA.
    • Ensures the participation of all consulting parties and the best treatment for affected Register-eligible properties.
    • In most agreements, acts on behalf of the Advisory Council on Historic Preservation, a federal agency that has oversight responsibility for all other federal agency compliance with the NHPA.
    • Assists in negotiating the terms of MOAs and PAs. This involves consideration of all parties comments, perspectives and concerns.
    • Maintains consultation and project documentation in compliance with the approved Records Retention schedules.
    • Enters project and property information into compliance databases.
    • References electronic inventory (databases and GIS), paper records, AZSITE, and maps.
    • Prepares and compiles statistical information for the federal end-of-year report.
    • Participates in annual cultural resource planning.
    • Participates and contributes to annual planning and objectives.
    • Develops planning questionnaires and solicits input from federal and state agencies.
    • Perform other duties, as assigned.

    Knowledge, Skills & Abilities (KSAs):

    Knowledge of:
    • Anthropology or archaeology.
    • Archaeological field and laboratory methods (including survey, testing, stabilization, excavation, analysis, interpretation, and report generation).
    • Historic Preservation practices and the Secretary of Interior's Standards.
    • Arizona's history and prehistory.
    • Current archaeological theory.
    • Arizona and National Registers of Historic Places and criteria for eligibility and listing.
    • Computer operations, databases, and PowerPoint.
    • National and State preservation legislation.
    • Federal regulation implementing Section 106 of the National Historic Preservation Act.

    Skill in:
    • Oral and written communication.
    • Public speaking;
    • Leading meetings.
    • Technical writing.
    • Leading meetings under the Open Meeting Law and Robert's Rules of Order.
    • Diplomacy when dealing with difficult compliance situations.

    Ability to:
    • Read and comprehend technical reports related to archaeology and historic preservation.
    • Plan and organize work (includes manipulation of paper reports, COs, maps, and books).
    • Research and produce a report.
    • Operate a computer, printer, and scanner.
    • Analyze data and problem solve.
    • Maintain effective relationships with co-workers and other professionals.
    • Travel throughout the state and stay overnight.
    • Obtain and maintain an Arizona class D driver's license;
    • Work independently.
    • Work as part of a team.
    • Work with the public.
    • Work with volunteers.
    • Interact appropriately with the media (and according to Agency procedures and policies).
    • Provide electronic review of documents
    • Conduct data entry.

    Selective Preference(s):

    An interest in, and a sensitivity to, tribal issues and concerns. Respect for tribal perspectives and beliefs. Diplomacy in dealing with difficult situations and people. Patience and good listening skills.

    Pre-Employment Requirements:

    By federal regulation, Compliance Review staff must meet the Secretary of Interior's Professional Standards. For archaeological compliance positions, the Standards require a minimum of a Master's Degree in Archaeology or Anthropology, plus:

    1. At least one year of full-time 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.

    In addition to these minimum qualifications, a professional in prehistoric archaeology shall have at least one year of full-time professional experience at a supervisory level in the study of archaeological resources of the prehistoric period. A professional in historical archaeology shall have at least one year of full-time professional experience at a supervisory level in the study of archaeological resources of the historical period.

    Benefits:

    The State’s comprehensive benefits package includes, affordable medical, dental, life, and short-term disability insurance plans. Top ranked retirement and long-term disability plans, deferred compensation plan. Accrued sick leave and vacation leave, ten paid holidays per year and wellness plans.

    For a complete list of benefits provided by The State of Arizona, please visit our benefits page

    Retirement:

    Eligible for Arizona State Retirement System pension. Enrollment eligibility will become effective after 27 weeks of employment for newly hired State of Arizona employees.

    Contact Us:

    RecruitmentHR@azstateparks.gov

    Closing date: Jun 24, 2021


  • 06/08/2021 20:32 | AAC Admin (Administrator)

    The Administration has a Tribal Historic Preservation Officer position available.

    THPO: Under the general supervision of the Governor or designee. This position promotes, protects, preserves and manages the San Ildefonso Tribe’s Cultural Resources. This position must have knowledge of the Tribe’s culture and a strong commitment to preserving it.

    The Tribal Historic Preservation Officer (THPO) is responsible for the development and implementation of programs which promote and protect the Pueblo’s culture and heritage resources in accordance with the requirements of the Memorandum of Agreement (MOA) with the National Park Service (NPS), and other federal laws and regulations.

    MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: Bachelor’s degree in Anthropology or related field. Minimum of two to four years of professional archaeological field work and/or cultural resource management experience. An MA or PhD in Anthropology or related field is preferred with 5 years or more field archaeological and/or cultural resource management experience.

    Strong computer skills including databases, Microsoft Office programs, and knowledge of and experience with GIS.

    Knowledge and understanding of the National Historic Preservation Act.

    Knowledge and understanding of the Native American Graves Protection and Repatriation Act.

    Knowledge and understanding of the Archaeological Resources Protection Act.

    Must be willing and able to travel as needed. Ability to perform quality work under pressure, meet deadlines, and maintain confidentiality.

    Must have a valid Driver’s License. and be insurable under the Pueblo de San Ildefonso vehicle insurance policy. Must have a favorable background investigation

    The Pueblo de San Ildefonso is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Preference is given to qualified Native Americans.

    APPLICATION: Submit your resume and an application form to the Human Resources office by e-mail to karquero@sanipueblo.org; or by fax to (505) 455-4149. Call (505) 455-4155 with any questions about this position.

    DEADLINE FOR APPLYING: Open Until Filled

  • 06/02/2021 15:12 | AAC Admin (Administrator)


    Tierra is currently seeking a motivated Architectural Historian. Available locations include Tucson, Phoenix, Albuquerque or Santa Fe. The Architectural Historian plans and implements historic building inventories and assists with cultural resource projects that involve built environment. The Architectural Historian applies artistic and scientific principles to the research, planning, design, and management of built environment with specialized training in preservation of historic buildings and structures (Federal Register 1997; 33719).

    https://www.tierra-row.com/index.php/careers

    Minimum Qualifications:

    • Bachelor’s degree in Architectural History, Historic Preservation or closely related field
    • One year of graduate study in Architectural Preservation, Architectural History, Historic Preservation, Historic Preservation Planning, or a closely related field
    • Two (2) years of full-time professional work experience
    • Knowledge of National Environmental Policy Act, Section 106, Section 110, and associated federal and state laws and regulations.
    • Experience working with various municipal, county, state, and federal agencies, tribes, and State and Tribal Historic Preservation Officers
    • Knowledge of Historic American Building Survey and Historic American Engineering Records (HABS/HAER) documentation procedures and guidelines
    • Valid Driver’s license

    Preferred Qualifications:

    • Graduate degree in Architectural History, Historic Preservation or closely related field
    • Five (5) years of full-time professional work experience

    About Us:

    Tierra Right of Way Services has been conducting cultural resource projects since 1993 and environmental compliance since 2000. We are committed to meeting our customer’s land service needs in the highest quality manner, delivered with the highest ethical and professional standards.

    We offer competitive compensation and a comprehensive benefits package including medical, dental and vision insurance, 9 paid holidays annually, paid sick leave, PTO, 100% company-paid life insurance and disability insurance, pet insurance and much more. In addition, all employees are eligible to participate in our 401(k) plan with a generous company match after only 30 days of employment!

    Tierra Right of Way is proud to be an Equal Opportunity Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to age, race, color, religion, sex (including pregnancy), national origin, sexual orientation, gender identity, genetic information, veteran or disability status. We are committed to the principle of equal employment opportunity for all applicants and employees and to providing employees with a work environment free of discrimination and harassment.

    Tierra is committed to the full inclusion of all qualified individuals. As part of this commitment, we will ensure that persons with disabilities are provided reasonable accommodations. If reasonable accommodation is needed to participate in the job application or interview process, contact our Human Resources Department at (520) 319-2106.

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