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  • 02/18/2024 21:40 | AAC Board Admin (Administrator)

    Canacre is a consulting company specializing in services that support the successful development of large-scale infrastructure projects across Canada and the United States. Canacre has cultivated a team of professionals with unmatched expertise in land and right-of-way, environment, project management, GIS and geomatics, and project development services.

    We are currently hiring for Cultural Resources Field Lead (Salary $60,000 to $80,000 USD/year) and Cultural Resources Field Monitor (Salary $44,000 to $60,000/year) to support projects in the Southwest. The links below outline the positions in more detail:

    Cultural Resources Field Lead

    https://canacre.applytojob.com/apply/IcF9D7iPaJ/Cultural-Resources-Field-Lead

    Cultural Resources Field Monitor

    https://canacre.applytojob.com/apply/CJ51jPQN8x/Cultural-Resources-Field-Monitor

  • 02/03/2024 21:26 | AAC Board Admin (Administrator)

    ARCHAEOLOGY TECHNICIAN AT LAKE TAHOE BASIN MANAGEMENT UNIT
    Job Code: 2024-CRS-004
    Location: South Lake Tahoe
    State: California
    Program: Cultural Resources
    Contract Length: 7 Months
     
    Job Description:

    The Great Basin Institute, in cooperation with the USFS, is recruiting Archaeology Crew Members to complete Section 106 Cultural Resource surveys, site recording and monitoring for various projects within the Lake Tahoe Basin Management Unit in the Sierra Nevada mountain range (USFS Region-5 locations). These projects all serve Cultural Resources Services program’s greater mission of helping the USFS in their critical goal of improving forest resilience in the face of worsening climate conditions and increased wildfire threats. The work that you will do directly improves the quality of these forests helping ensure they continue to thrive for generations to come.

    This work provides professional development and leadership opportunities in cultural resource management including increased exposure and responsibility enacting USFS processes, procedures and compliance measures; assisting in reporting and data entry/quality assurance and control. Expanded opportunities and exposure to additional disciplines (e.g., forestry, wildlife, hydrology, etc.) and projects may exist.

    Archaeology technicians perform a variety of activities to support all stages of project implementation. Crew size will range between 2-6 people.

    Primary archaeology field duties will include:

    • Collaborate with Archaeology crew lead and agency staff to support field safety, communication, planning, logistics, quality assurance, field implementation and reporting efforts;
    • Complete field surveys to document, assess and characterize the status of new cultural resources;
    • Monitor existing sites and complete site updates and condition assessments;
    • Prepare California DPR site records, GIS maps, and photographic records in addition to inputting data to the USFS heritage database.

    Contract Timeline:

    Start and end dates may vary according to local conditions: Tentatively mid-May through mid-November.

    Projects are weather dependent and there is always a chance the season will end earlier if weather prevents safe field operations.


    Location:

    We are hiring for multiple positions in the Lake Tahoe Basin Management Unit. The Lake Tahoe Basin Management Unit encompasses over 154,000 acres of National Forest lands around beautiful Lake Tahoe! These positions will be based in South Lake Tahoe, California.

    Compensation and Benefits:
    • Wage: $21/hour with overtime at 1.5x hourly rate. Full time, average 40 hours per week. 
    • Health, Dental, and Vision Insurance premiums are covered 100% by GBI. Available on the first day of the month following the start of employment.
    • Shared housing provided.
    • Camping Per Diem: $15/night as necessary.
    • Uniform Stipend.

    Job Qualifications:

    At Least one of the Following:

    • Bachelor’s degree in anthropology, archaeology or related discipline (by position start date);
    •  Six months of professional fieldwork experience;
    • An accredited archaeological field school and relevant field methods training coursework.

    Other Required:

    • Possess a clean, valid, state-issued driver’s license;
    • Ability to work effectively in a team setting with USFS staff, GBI staff, interns, volunteers, academic, state, and federal partners;
    • Ability to work safely and productively in remote field settings under adverse conditions. This includes occasionally overnight camping in remote areas for consecutive nights;
    • Strong organizational skills and ability to work cooperatively as well as independently;
    • Proficiency in navigation using GPS, topographic map and compass.

    Preferred Qualifications:

    • Fieldwork experience & familiarity with the cultural history and forested habitat of the Sierra Nevada region;
    •  Familiarity with Section 106/110 NHPA and California and/or Nevada SHPO compliance procedures;
    • Advanced skill using specialized software such as Microsoft Office Suite, ArcMap GIS, and Google Earth;
    • Ability to safely operate and maintain a 4WD vehicle on and off paved roads.

    https://www.vscyberhosting.com/greatbasin/Careers.aspx?req=2024-CRS-004&type=JOBDESCR

  • 01/21/2024 11:27 | AAC Board Admin (Administrator)
    • Salary $45,000 - $50,000 per year, DOE
    • Location School of Human Evolution and Social Change, Arizona State University
    • Job Type Full-Time
    • Job Number 98192BR
    • Opening Date 1/16/2024
    • Closing Date 1/31/2024 3 PM AZ

    The School of Human Evolution and Social Change at Arizona State University seeks to hire a qualified NAGPRA Project Lead to manage, under the guidance of the Assistant Director of Repatriation in the Center for Archaeology and Society Repository, tasks associated with curation and Native American Graves Protection and Repatriation Act (NAGPRA) compliance for Arizona Board of Regents (ABOR)collections. The NAGPRA Project lead will oversee the locating, documenting, and preparing of ABORNAGPRA collections. Additional duties include conducting background research to determine archaeological and cultural context through archival documents, and assisting with the creation of relevant documents for curatorial management and NAGPRA compliance.

    To prepare these collections in accordance with Center for Archaeology and Society Repository processes, relevant collections must be located, documented, assigned artifact types for cultural affiliation, cataloged according to contemporary archaeological and museum collection management standards and best practices, assessed for removal provenience and context, and the collection information entered into relevant databases.

    Essential Duties

    • Oversees and assists with the transformation of record inventory data.

    • Oversees the locating and transport of archaeological objects for inventory.

    • Identifies and matches potential NAGPRA objects with information in field notes, collections databases, and other archival records.

    • Organizes site materials (including archaeological collections and associated documents).

    • Prepares reports (both preliminary and final) to confirm/update existing Notices of Inventory Completion/Notices of Intent to Repatriate and document transfer.

    • Supervises funerary object documentation activities of student interns and workers.

    Minimum Qualifications

    Bachelor's degree in a field appropriate to the area of assignment AND three (3) years of related experience; OR, Seven (7) years of related experience; OR, Any equivalent combination of experience eand/or education from which comparable knowledge, skills and abilities have been achieved.

    Desired Qualifications

    • Experience working with NAGPRA related collections documentation (1-2 years)

    • Demonstrated knowledge of the archaeology and material culture, history, and ethnography of the American Southwest

    • Evidence of a Bachelor’s degree with a focus in archaeology, anthropology, or museum studies

    • Demonstrated knowledge of appropriate handling of curated archaeological collections

    • Experience with archival research

    • Supervisory experience with students

    • Experience in using organizational and project management skills

    • Evidence of effective communication skills

    • Experience working independently and collaboratively in a team

    https://sjobs.brassring.com/TGnewUI/Search/home/HomeWithPreLoad?partnerid=25620&siteid=5494&PageType=JobDetails&jobid=4877270

  • 01/10/2024 20:53 | AAC Board Admin (Administrator)

    Salary - $45,044.69 - $62,942.88 Annually

    Location - Mesa, AZ

    Job Type - Full Time

    Job Number - 13206A

    Department - (H400)Arts and Culture

    Opening Date - 12/22/2023

    Closing Date - Continuous

    Description/Duties

    First review of applications will be Monday, January 8, 2024 and weekly thereafter as needed. 

    A Museum Collections Specialist performs a variety of specialized assignments involving the care and documentation of a diverse collection of museum specimens.  Duties may include the management of one or more subject areas of the collection.  The Museum Collections Specialist is responsible for handling, preparing, installing, transporting, and storing specimens according to accepted museum principles; recording information concerning specimens and inventory; maintaining files; photographing and digitizing the collections; monitoring expenses, maintaining collection storage areas; performing minor conservation of specimens.  Compliance with state and federal rules and regulations including reports.  This class indexes, catalogs and numbers specimens, writes condition reports, performs data entry, scans photographs and enters them into the database, edits catalog information to summarize and standardize terminology, records information concerning specimens and inventory, and produces reports from a computerized database.  The Museum Collections Specialist also assists with updating policies and procedures, training and supervising volunteers, working with donors, and packing/unpacking loaned objects.  This class performs related duties as required.

    The Museum Collections Specialist is supervised by a Museum Curator who reviews work through conferences, meetings, and results achieved.  This class is FLSA nonexempt.

    Please refer to the link below for the full job description and additional information regarding assignments, preferred qualifications, and essential functions. 

    Qualifications & Requirements

    Employee Values:  All employees of the City of Mesa are expected to uphold and exhibit the City’s shared employee values of Knowledge, Respect, and Integrity.

    Minimum Qualifications Required.  Any combination of training, education, and experience equivalent to graduation from an accredited college or university with a Bachelor’s Degree in Museum Studies, Archaeology, Anthropology, Paleontology, or another related field in Social or Natural Sciences.  Good (1 - 3 years) museum collections or equivalent experience.  

    Preferred/Desirable Qualifications.  Graduation from an accredited college or university with a Master’s Degree and experience working with museum collections, databases, or equivalent.

    Link to Job Description

    http://apps.mesaaz.gov/JobDescriptions/Documents/JobDescriptions/cs3883.pdf

  • 01/03/2024 08:30 | AAC Board Admin (Administrator)

    PROGRAM COORDINATOR - CULTURAL RESOURCES SERVICES
    Job Code: 2023-CRS-059
    Location: Reno
    State: Nevada
    Program: Cultural Resources
    Contract Length: Over 12 Months
     
    Job Description:

    Great Basin Institute, founded at the University of Nevada Reno in 1998, is a mission-driven non-profit organization headquartered in the eastern foothills of the Sierra Nevada Mountains. GBI has been a leader in the conservation stewardship field for over twenty-five years, supporting thousands of individuals pursuing a career in public land management and/or working to advance their academic standing. As an interdisciplinary field studies organization, GBI promotes environmental research, education, and conservation throughout the West. 

    The Institute advances ecological literacy, professional development, and natural/cultural/recreation resource management through educational outreach and direct service programs. Partnering with federal, state and local governments, as well as other NGOs and researchers, GBI supports projects in a dozen western states ranging from Alaska to New Mexico, and southern California to northwestern Wyoming.

    Program Team Background:

    GBI’s Cultural Resource Services Program (CRS) seeks to add an additional Program Coordinator to support program logistics, operations, and management of GBI Research Associates and AmeriCorps Members. Our participants work with federal, state and local land management agencies on a wide variety of field-based projects including: survey; testing; artifact analysis; environmental documentation; processing archival, museum and library collections; tribal consultation; and report preparation. The CRS Program Coordinator works under the direction of the Cultural Resources Program Manager and with other GBI staff to ensure a safe and successful program experience for CRS seasonal and field-based employees. 

    The CRS Program Coordinator will encounter a variety of opportunities for professional development, including gaining insight to the operational policies and procedures of a regional conservation non-profit organization, exposure to a spectrum of environmental resource management positions and approaches for supporting them, strengthening interactive skills through communication with diverse professional staff, and ability to effectively support the success of a mission-driven enterprise.

    Essential Job Functions may include the following:

    • Coordinate recruitment and logistical planning for new and existing projects/positions by understanding scopes of work, reviewing application materials, conducting interviews, procuring equipment, and supporting orientation/training; 
    • Communicate regularly with program participants and agency partners via phone and written correspondence regarding position status, performance, work satisfaction, and administration;
    • Collaborate with Program staff and agency project partners to develop and enhance new and existing projects, including developing scopes of work and project cost estimates;
    • Maintain databases for tracking program members, project deliverables, and performance measures;
    • Gather, manage and process data needed to satisfy quarterly and annual reporting requirements;
    • Develop, adapt, and apply systems that enhance the success and satisfaction of participants in the program;
    • Collect, review, and process GBI administrative forms, including timesheets, payroll and expense reports, project invoices, and time-off requests;
    • Collaborate extensively and assist program staff with program operations, maintenance and expansion; and
    • Follow and enforce policies detailed in the GBI Personnel Handbook.

    Contract Timeline:

    Full Time Staff Position


    Location:

    Based at GBI offices in Reno, NV - the “Biggest Little City in the World” - the greater Reno-Sparks metropolitan area has a population of over 435,000. The city is a high desert landscape ~4,500 feet above sea level, at the foot of the Sierra Nevada Mountains along the Truckee River, as it flows from Lake Tahoe to Pyramid Lake. Weather is mild, but with distinct four seasons. Reno offers easy access to world-class outdoor recreation including driving distance to Yosemite and Death Valley National Parks, the Pacific Ocean, and California redwood forests. Closer to home, Nevada offers more natural hot springs than any other state in the country, over 150 named mountain ranges, and 30 peaks over 11,000 feet. Recreation and entertainment includes eight major ski resorts in proximity to the Reno-Tahoe airport; fishing and boating on Lake Tahoe, the Truckee River, and Pyramid Lake; cultural festivals throughout the summer along the banks of the Truckee River; a thriving food scene and more.


    Compensation and Benefits:

    Starting annual salary is $41k to $44k DOE. In addition to a competitive base salary, this full-time, onsite position includes comprehensive medical (100% covered by GBI for employees: zero premium, zero deductible), dental, and vision insurance, as well as mental health support resources, 401(k) retirement savings with up to 4% GBI match, competitive PTO accrual, paid holidays (10 per year), and family leave. Total compensation package is $48k to $55k per year, DOE. This exciting role contributes to GBI’s significant positive impacts within the fields of environmental research, education, and conservation.


    Job Qualifications:

    To perform this job successfully, employees must be able to satisfactorily carry out each essential duty. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable employees with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

    • Degree and/or field experience in Anthropology, Archaeology, Museum Studies, or closely related field; 
    • Demonstrated experience with project management or related activities, such as scheduling, logistics, personnel management, recruitment and retention support, or training;
    • Familiarity and alignment with mission-driven nonprofit organizations strongly preferred;
    • Ability to learn new database systems and follow procedural documents (e.g., payroll review procedures);
    • Attention to detail, and ability to audit extensive data systems;
    • Proficiency in the Microsoft Office and Google suite of productivity software to manage, present and track program information;
    • Ability to communicate effectively, both written and verbal, with diverse audiences;
    • Strongly developed organizational skills and ability to self-motivate;
    • Willingness and ability to work in a fast-paced, dynamic office environment, and to consistently enact high performance standards and a strong work and team ethic in support of programmatic goals and objectives and the mission of GBI;
    • Willingness to travel occasionally to conduct site visits at service locations;
    • Valid, state-issued driver’s license and familiarity with safe-driving practices, preferred; and
    • Ability to pass an FBI criminal background and National Sex Offender Public Website (NSOPW) check.

    Physical Demands:

    The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable employees with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

    While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to sit, use hands, stand, walk, bend, and have specific vision abilities to include close and distance vision, and ability to adjust focus working with computer business equipment and other job/industry specific equipment. The noise level in the work environment is usually low.

    The overall nature of the position is sedentary, requiring little physical effort and occasional light exertion. There is occasional exposure to environmental conditions such as heat, cold, and temperature changes.

    NOTE:  This job description is not intended to be all-inclusive. Employees may perform other related duties as negotiated to meet the organization's ongoing needs.

    https://www.vscyberhosting.com/greatbasin/Careers.aspx?req=2023-CRS-059&type=JOBDESCR

  • 12/22/2023 09:59 | AAC Board Admin (Administrator)

    ARCHAEOLOGY ASSOCIATE AT DEATH VALLEY NP AND WITHIN REFUGES IN THE US FISH AND WILDLIFE SERVICE DESERT NATIONAL WILDLIFE REFUGE COMPLEX
    Job Code: 2023-CRS-025
    Location: Death Valley
    State: California
    Program: Cultural Resources
    Contract Length: Over 12 Months
     
    Job Description:

    Working cooperatively with the National Park Service’s Death Valley National Park (DEVA) and US Fish and Wildlife Service (FWS), the Great Basin Institute is recruiting an (1) Archaeology Associate to join our Research Associate (RA) program and assist DEVA and FWS archaeology staff with archaeological field work, report review, NHPA compliance, meeting attendance, and data processing. The Associate will support a variety of cultural resource projects including: conducting monitoring, completing archaeological surveys and site recordation, producing archaeological survey reports, reviewing contractor submissions and fieldwork, and assisting the DEVA staff (Park Section 106 Coordinator, Park Archaeologist and/or Cultural Resource Manager) and FWS staff (Regional Archaeologist, Refuge Manager) with compliance documentation and review for major water and wastewater infrastructure and other projects at Death Valley National Park and additional projects in the units within the Desert National Wildlife Refuge Complex (Ash Meadows National Wildlife Refuge (NWR), Desert NWR, Moapa NWR and Pahranagat NWR).  Ninety percent (90%) of work will be DEVA projects and ten (10%) will be USFWS projects giving the RA experience with two different agencies within the Department of the Interior.

    The Archaeology Research Associate will implement all stages of the archaeological compliance process, including:

    • Pre-field review – search of archaeological databases to determine if the area had been surveyed before and if there are any known archaeological sites in the area; archival research at the Park or FWS archive collection;
    • Intensive archaeological pedestrian surveys to inventory and record cultural properties working independently or as a crew lead;
    • Site and isolated find documentation in both California and Nevada;

    • Development of final reports;

    • Review of contractors’ draft and final archaeological and cultural landscape inventory reports and site forms;

    • Attendance and participation in project meetings;

    • Archaeological monitoring;

    • Evaluation of cultural resources for inclusion on the National Register;

    • Site condition assessment and revisit and evaluation; and

    • Review and creation of Section 106 compliance documents.


    Contract Timeline:
    • Anticipated 52-week appointment beginning July 2023 (duration depends on start date availability and available funding), or upon completion of a Department of Interior background investigation; potential for extension pending available funding and positive performance review
    • 40 hours per week; some overtime and weekend work may occasionally be required

    Location:
    Death Valley National Park is located in Nevada and California and boasts some of the hottest and driest climates, and lowest elevation in North America. The park includes a superlative desert of streaming sand dunes, snow-capped mountains, multicolored rock layers, water-fluted canyons and three million acres of wilderness. Death Valley is home to the Timbisha Shoshone people and to plants and animals unique to the harshest desert environment. The closest cities are Pahrump and Beatty, Nevada (both approximately 1 hour away). Las Vegas is a little over 2 hours away.

    Field conditions include hot, arid days with high exposure to the sun, as well as cold, winter weather. Resources of the region include threatened and/or endangered species habitat, big game habitats, abandoned mine lands, and historic and prehistoric cultural sites.

    Housing in park is very limited currently and applicants should look for housing surrounding area. Nearby gateway communities to consider for housing include Pahrump, NV; Amargosa Valley, NV; Beatty, NV; Tecopa, CA; or Shoshone, CA. Office space may be available in Pahrump, Amargosa Valley or Death Valley and/or there may be some flexibility with office work being performed via telework with the associate commuting to Death Valley or a National Wildlife Refuge for fieldwork. This position is expected to be 70% office time and 30% field time. A commuter van serves the Park from Pahrump, Nevada.

    Compensation and Benefits:
    • Wage: $30 per hour
    • Medical, dental, and vision insurance available at no cost
    • Participation in a commuter van from Pahrump, Nevada, may be available for DEVA projects.
    • Paid time off
    • Paid federal holidays
    • Training opportunities

    Job Qualifications:
    • Degree in Archaeology or related field, Master's degree desirable;
    • Field experiences related to archaeology, anthropology, or indigenous peoples studies – in particular, historic and prehistoric Mojave Desert archaeology and/or Great Basin archaeology;
    • Ability to understand, implement and adhere to established data collection, inventory, recording, and monitoring protocols;
    • Ability to work well independently and on a team in both office and field environments;
    • Capacity to collect and maintain field data in an organized manner that is easily understood and accessible to other resources staff (GBI or NPS or FWS);
    • Experience completing archeological site forms (or portions of site forms) and/or entering site form data into database programs;
    • Experience preparing, reviewing and writing reports;
    • Experience preparing, reviewing and writing site forms and isolated find forms, California and Nevada experience, a plus;
    • Ability to utilize ArcGIS software to build maps, organize and manage data, and manipulate data layers;
    • Experience operating hand-held GPS equipment for navigation and electronic field data collection; experience post-processing field data and experience with tablets, Field Maps, and ArcGIS Pro, a plus;
    • Read and interpret topographical maps and navigate using a compass;
    • Possess a clean, valid, state-issued driver’s license with ability to safely operate and maintain a 4WD vehicle on and off paved roads;
    • Ability to work productively and cooperatively as part of a team focused on accomplishing mutual goals;
    • Communicate effectively, both written and orally, with diverse audiences;
    • Understands the requirements of Section 106 of the National Historic Preservation Act and cultural and tribal consultation aspects of NEPA and is able to communicate those requirements to a diverse audience including lay people, colleagues, tribal staff, and project managers; experience with compliance documentation or SHPO consultation desirable;
    • Flexibility and capability to meet the demands of rapidly changing plans and schedules;
    • Possess good organizational skills and be detail oriented; and
    • Ability to work in harsh and rapidly changing environments, camp in the backcountry for consecutive days, work in all types of weather conditions, traverse uneven terrain, carry a heavy pack more than 35-45 lbs, and be in overall good physical condition; prior experience working in the desert southwest, or similar desert climates and heat tolerance, desirable.

    The successful applicant must complete a Department of Interior (DOI) Background Investigation (BI) or submit paperwork to NPS human resources indicating an active and fully adjudicated BI has already been completed prior to beginning this position.

    https://www.vscyberhosting.com/greatbasin/Careers.aspx?req=2023-CRS-025&type=JOBDESCR


  • 12/17/2023 23:07 | AAC Board Admin (Administrator)

    Salary $76,958.00 - $105,821.00 Annually

    Location Scottsdale, AZ

    Job Type Full-Time

    Job Number 100418-231120

    Department Community Development

    Opening Date 11/20/2023

    Closing Date 12/20/2023 11:59 PM AZ

    Under general supervision of the Environmental Programs Supervisor of the Environmental Protection and Natural Resources (EPNR) Division of the Community Development Department (CDD), ensures Tribal compliance with Section 106 of the National Historic Preservation Act and its related regulations.   Ensures compliance with federal, state, local and Tribal laws and ordinances designed to identify, protect and manage archaeological, historical and cultural resources.   Manages the Community’s archaeological collection and preservation activities.  This job class is treated as FLSA Exempt. This is a driving position.

    Essential Functions:  Essential functions may vary among positions and may include the following tasks and other characteristics.  This list of tasks is ILLUSTRATIVE ONLY and is not intended to be comprehensive listing of tasks performed by all positions in this classification.

    Examples of Tasks

    1. Archaeology:   Manages all aspects of the Community’s archaeological program. 

    • Conducts and reports Class I, Class II and Class III cultural resource surveys for Community home sites and infrastructure projects.
    • Reviews all proposed new development and infrastructure changes for potential impacts to cultural resources and archaeological assets.
    • Ensures that archaeological resources are identified and addressed during the planning stages of new projects.
    • Monitors and reports ground-disturbing activities in areas of known archaeological sensitivity.
    • Develops proactive measures to identify, evaluate and manage cultural resources in advance of project-specific requirements.
    • Manages archaeological collections in the tribal repository.
    2. Outreach, Education & Special Projects:  Assists the Cultural Resources Department with Section 106 consultations, education, outreach activities and special projects as needed.
    • Provides technical support to other Community departments and divisions.
    • Assumes responsibility for special projects as assigned by the Environmental Programs Supervisor.
    • Develops written material and PowerPoint presentations for educational and training purposes.
    3. Policies, Oversight & Compliance:   Assists with proposing, writing, implementing and updating relevant Archaeological related Community policies and ordinances.
    • Reviews and comments on cultural resource documents prepared by outside agencies and consultants.  
    • Submits quarterly packages of Section 106 clearance documents to the Bureau of Indian Affairs (BIA) for review and approval.
    • Develops and manages contracts with one or more on-call archaeological consulting firms, including oversight and review of contracted projects.

    4. Miscellaneous:  Performs other job related duties as assigned by the Environmental Programs Supervisor or Environmental Protection & Natural Resources Manager.

    Knowledge, Skills, Abilities and Other Characteristics:

    • Knowledge of the history, culture, laws, rules, customs and traditions of the Salt River Pima-Maricopa Indian Community.
    • Knowledge of federal, state, local and Tribal laws, regulations, ordinances and “best practices” regarding cultural and archaeological preservation and management.
    • Knowledge of archaeological project management procedures and practices.
    • Knowledge of Traditional Cultural Places (TCP), NAGPRA (Native American Graves Protection and Repatriation Act) and the Arizona State Burial Law.
    • Knowledge of prehistoric, historic and contemporary cultural resources of the region now within the southwestern United States and northern Mexico.
    • Knowledge of the Tribal Antiquities Ordinance.
    • Skill analyzing and evaluating technical archaeological information accurately and expressing ideas clearly when providing verbal and written reports and recommendations.
    • Skill researching, organizing and compiling summary research reports.
    • Skill establishing and maintaining effective work relationships with a wide range of people including employees including federal, state and local agencies, subject-matter experts in environmental protection disciplines, Community members, Tribal government officials, department employees and the public.
    • Skill with written and verbal communications with others, using both technical and non-technical language to explain complex subjects and processes.
    • Skill in developing problem-solving approaches to new challenges.
    • Skill with organization, task tracking and multi-tasking.
    • Skill with tool use, hand-eye coordination and safety procedures.
    • Skill with photography and audio-visual equipment.
    • Skill with the use of electronic spatial data collection, mapping and interpretation (GPS and GIS)
    • Skill with the use of a personal computer including MS Office and other associated software.
    • Ability to interpret and assess archaeological finds and artifacts.
    • Ability to analyze archaeological technical issues and challenges.
    • Ability to collect and organize archaeological field data for analysis.
    • Ability to write comprehensive reports and documents to meet reporting requirements.
    • Ability to accurately interpret maps and aerial photographs and use them to navigate across rural and undeveloped terrain.
    • Ability to drive Tribal vehicles including 4-wheel drive vehicles on unpaved and unmaintained roads.
    • Ability to work alone in rural landscapes and to exercise self-reliance and good judgment in field situations.
    • Ability to perform physical labor including standing, walking, climbing, pulling, pushing, lifting and carrying up to 50 lbs.
    • Ability to work under adverse environmental conditions including heat, cold, rain, dust, mud, etc.
    • Ability to work safely in construction zones.
    Minimum Qualifications
    • Education & Experience:  A Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university in Anthropology or a closely related field AND 3 years work experience in the Archaeological field required.
    • Work experience with surveys and archaeological data analysis and reporting to State Historic Preservation Office Standards required.
    • Coursework in Southwestern U.S. and prehistoric archaeological studies preferred.
    • Equivalency: Any equivalent combination of education and/or experience that would allow the candidate to satisfactorily perform the duties of this position, will be considered.
    • Underfill Eligibility: An enrolled Community Member whom closely qualifies for the minimum qualifications for a position may be considered for employment under SRPMIC Policy 2-19, Underfill.
    Special Requirements
    • May be required to work outside normal work hours including nights, weekends and holidays.
    • May be required to travel and use own transportation.
    • May be exposed to extreme weather conditions including heat, cold, rain, dust, mud, etc.
    • May be required to work alone in rural areas and undeveloped backcountry.
    • May be required to stand, walk and hike for extended periods in difficult topography including deserts, mountains, canyons and riverine environments.
    • Must possess and maintain a valid Arizona Driver’s License.  

    Prior to hire as an employee, applicants will be subject to drug and alcohol testing. Will be required to pass a pre-employment background/fingerprint check. Employees are subject to random drug and alcohol testing.

    "SRPMIC is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer" Preference will be given to a qualified: Community Member Veteran, Community Member, Spouse of Community Member, qualified Native American, and then other qualified candidate.

    In order to obtain preference, the following is required: 1) Qualified Community Member Veteran (DD-214) will be required at the time of application submission 2) Qualified Community Member (must provide Tribal I.D at time of application submission),3) Spouse of a Community Member (Marriage License/certificate and spouse Tribal ID or CIB is required at time of application submission), and 4) Native American (Tribal ID or CIB required at time of application submission).

    Documents may be submitted by one of the following methods: 

    1) attach to application

    2) fax (480) 362-5860

    3) mail or hand deliver to Human Resources.

    Documentation must be received by position closing date. 

    The IHS/BIA Form-4432 is not accepted

    Your Tribal ID/CIB must be submitted to HR-Recruitment-Two Waters.

    https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/srpmic/jobs/4286671/staff-archaeologist

  • 12/11/2023 22:36 | AAC Board Admin (Administrator)


    At Westland, we are each driven by our own purposes and aspirations. We are encouraged to develop our own unique skills while also growing our business. For some, it's envisioning the lives of tribal ancestors as told by the artifacts uncovered on their lands. For others, there's no greater meaning than being in the field collecting data on flora or fauna. For our engineers and architects, it may be the pride in seeing a design come to life or solving a complex problem while navigating the complexities of environmental and permitting requirements. What unites us all, however, is our commitment to our clients and to each other.

    Westland is large enough to provide a wide range of opportunities for career growth yet nimble enough for you to forge your own unique business and professional path. We pride ourselves on an inclusive environment where talented and creative individuals work together on unique and inspiring projects, bringing innovative solutions to our clients. Make a difference with us at WestLand!

    Archaeological Field Technician (on-call):

    WestLand is seeking on-call Archaeology Field Technicians for our growing Arizona team. Our crews can be found working throughout the Southwest on CRM projects for private and public sector clients. For out-of-town work that includes overnight, or longer duration stays, per diem and single-occupancy hotel rooms are provided. The successful candidates can be based out of either WestLand's Phoenix or Tucson office.

    What will I be doing?

    • Under direction of a field supervisor, conduct archaeological field work (field survey, testing, monitoring, and data recovery excavations).
    • Under direction of field supervisor, record artifacts, features and other manifestations using Trimble GIS, map archaeological features and sites, draw scaled profiles and plans, and maintain paperwork, notes, and records.
    • Process and catalog artifacts and other materials under lab staff supervision.
    • Perform preliminary analysis and lab tasks under lab staff supervision.
    • File and scan records and paperwork.
    • Complete record searches and report tables under supervision of senior staff.

    What qualifications are required for this role?

    • Associates Degree or higher in Archaeology, Anthropology, or a related field. Prior on-the-job archeology experience may substitute for educational requirements.
    • Previous experience in archaeology preferred.
    • Ability to conduct fieldwork for long hours in a desert environment featuring extreme temperatures, rough terrain, and potential high altitudes.
    • Ability to carry up to 60 pounds of equipment and supplies.
    • Ability to bend and kneel for long periods of time.
    • Ability to travel out of town for work throughout the Southwest, often on short notice and for extended periods (paid drive time, per diem and hotel provided).
    • Ability to work as a member of a cohesive team.
    • Ability to work in a fast paced and creative environment.
    • The salary range for this position is $19.00 - $21.50 per hour.

    What does WestLand offer you?

    • A comprehensive benefits package that includes 9 vacation days, healthcare benefits, PTO, and 401k matching for full time employees. Flexible work schedules and remote/hybrid possibilities are available for most roles.
    • A multidisciplinary environment where projects are unique, creative, and challenging! A place where you can develop your own vision of clientele and projects, and where you get to work with our industry leaders daily!
    • An environment where you are set up for success! With two-way mentorship, financial incentives to publish your work, and tuition reimbursement for ongoing educational support, we have you covered! In addition, WestLand has developed a career-path structure to assist you in reaching those next steps in your career!
    • A collaborative work environment where information and ideas are shared across teams. Communication is clear and comes often. And our diversity of people and cultures means everyone always feels welcome at WestLand!

    Westland is committed to creating a diverse environment and is proud to be an Equal Opportunity Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, age, gender identity or gender expression, national origin, disability, or veteran status. We maintain a drug-free workplace and perform pre-employment substance abuse testing.

    To learn more about WestLand, visit our website at www.WestLandresources.com

    To apply, visit Westland Jobs

    Resumes submitted by a recruiting/staffing agency without current/valid vendor agreement will become property of WestLand. Any recruiting/staffing agency wishing to do business with WestLand must contact the Human Resources Department through our website. Recruiting/staffing agents may NOT contact hiring managers directly. Firms that do not honor this request will be removed from consideration.

    Archaeology Field Director:

    WestLand is seeking full-time Archaeology Field Directors for our growing Arizona team. Our crews can be found working throughout the Southwest on CRM projects for private and public sector clients. For out-of-town work that includes overnight, or longer duration stays, per diem and single-occupancy hotel rooms are provided. The successful candidates can be based out of either WestLand's Phoenix or Tucson office.

    What will I be doing?

    • Leading and coordinating archaeological field work (field survey, testing, monitoring, and data recovery excavations).
    • Supervising field crews in their effort to record artifacts, features and other manifestations using Trimble GIS, map archaeological features and sites, draw scaled profiles and plans, and maintain paperwork, notes, and records.
    • Processing and cataloging artifacts and other materials to lab specifications.
    • Filing and scanning records and paperwork.
    • Completing record searches and writing technical reports.

    What qualifications are required for this role?

    • A Master's degree in Archaeology, Anthropology, or related field. A Bachelor's degree in Archaeology, Anthropology, or related field AND additional years of experience may substitute a Master's degree.
    • A minimum of two years supervisory experience in the American Southwest
    • Previous experience writing technical archaeological reports.
    • Ability to conduct fieldwork for long hours in a desert environment featuring extreme temperatures, rough terrain, and potential high altitudes.
    • Ability to travel out of town for work throughout the Southwest, often on short notice and for extended periods (paid drive time, per diem and hotel provided).
    • Ability to work as a member of a cohesive team.
    • Ability to work in a fast paced and creative environment.

    What does WestLand offer you?

    • A comprehensive benefits package that includes 9 vacation days, healthcare benefits, PTO, and 401k matching for full time employees. Flexible work schedules and remote/hybrid possibilities are available for most roles.
    • A multidisciplinary environment where projects are unique, creative, and challenging! A place where you can develop your own vision of clientele and projects, and where you get to work with our industry leaders daily!
    • An environment where you are set up for success! With two-way mentorship, financial incentives to publish your work, and tuition reimbursement for ongoing educational support, we have you covered! In addition, WestLand has developed a career-path structure to assist you in reaching those next steps in your career!
    • A collaborative work environment where information and ideas are shared across teams. Communication is clear and comes often. And our diversity of people and cultures means everyone always feels welcome at WestLand!

    Westland is committed to creating a diverse environment and is proud to be an Equal Opportunity Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, age, gender identity or gender expression, national origin, disability, or veteran status. We maintain a drug-free workplace and perform pre-employment substance abuse testing.

    To learn more about WestLand, visit our website at www.WestLandresources.com

    To apply, visit Westland Jobs

    Resumes submitted by a recruiting/staffing agency without current/valid vendor agreement will become property of WestLand. Any recruiting/staffing agency wishing to do business with WestLand must contact the Human Resources Department through our website. Recruiting/staffing agents may NOT contact hiring managers directly. Firms that do not honor this request will be removed from consideration.

    Archaeology Project Manager:

    WestLand is Looking to add a full-time Project Manager to our growing Cultural Resources team in Arizona. This position may be based out of our Tucson or Phoenix offices. In this position, you will be responsible for all aspects of project management from proposal to close-out. In addition, you will play a significant role in helping to develop and mentor our cultural teams. You will also have an opportunity to further build our market share by fostering relationships with current and future clients.

    What will I be doing?

    • Creating and developing proposals including establishing budgets, schedules, and applicable resources.
    • Facilitating and/or coordinating communication and deliverables between WestLand, our subcontractors, and our vendors with our clients.
    • Coordinating resources and projects with other WestLand departments (especially on multi-disciplinary projects).
    • Managing and coordinating archaeological field work (field survey, testing, monitoring, and data recovery excavations).
    • Building relationships with current and future clients and vendors.
    • Overseeing the processing and cataloging of artifacts and other materials to lab specifications.
    • Leading and mentoring teams of cultural resources professionals.

    What qualifications are required for this role?

    • A master's degree in Archaeology, Anthropology, or related field. A Bachelor's degree AND additional years of experience may be considered in lieu of a Masters degree.
    • At least four years of CRM supervisory experience in the American Southwest.
    • Must be an expert in local, state, and federal cultural resources laws and regulations.
    • Experienced in managing large cultural resources survey and data recovery projects.
    • Experienced in writing and reviewing technical archaeological reports.

    The salary range for this position is $90,000 - $119,000 annulaly.

    What does WestLand offer you?

    • A comprehensive benefits package that includes 9 vacation days, healthcare benefits, PTO, and 401k matching for full time employees. Flexible work schedules and remote/hybrid possibilities are available for most roles.
    • A multidisciplinary environment where projects are unique, creative, and challenging! A place where you can develop your own vision of clientele and projects, and where you get to work with our industry leaders daily!
    • An environment where you are set up for success! With two-way mentorship, financial incentives to publish your work, and tuition reimbursement for ongoing educational support, we have you covered! In addition, WestLand has developed a career-path structure to assist you in reaching those next steps in your career!
    • A collaborative work environment where information and ideas are shared across teams. Communication is clear and comes often. And our diversity of people and cultures means everyone always feels welcome at WestLand!

    Westland is committed to creating a diverse environment and is proud to be an Equal Opportunity Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, age, gender identity or gender expression, national origin, disability, or veteran status. We maintain a drug-free workplace and perform pre-employment substance abuse testing.

    To apply, visit Westland Resources Job Listings

    Resumes submitted by a recruiting/staffing agency without current/valid vendor agreement will become property of WestLand. Any recruiting/staffing agency wishing to do business with WestLand must contact the Human Resources Department through our website. Recruiting/staffing agents may NOT contact hiring managers directly. Firms that do not honor this request will be removed from consideration.

    Assistant Director, Cultural Resources Southwest:

    WestLand is adding an Assistant Department Director, Cultural Resources Southwest to our Southwest team! This position can be based out of our Phoenix or Tucson locations and will provide leadership and support to our Project Managers as well as help generate new clients for WestLand. Our Southwestern Cultural Resources consulting practice specializes in prehistoric cultures, Arizona historical archaeology and archival research, cultural-landscape studies, artifact analysis, archaeomagnetic dating, and historic preservation. The group is involved in a wide range of projects from small desktop reviews to large multi-site data recovery efforts. Additionally, in 2018 WestLand added a Tribal Monitoring program to the cultural resources department and has established relationships with many of the Tribal Nations across the southwest and acts as a facilitator to get tribal consultation started early in project development.

    What will I be doing?

    • Serving as a Project Manager and/or Principal Investigator on a variety of interesting and complex cultural resources projects for our public and private clients.
    • Collaborate with a large, skilled group of archaeologists, historic preservation professionals, and support staff to deliver high quality solutions to our client's needs.
    • Provide leadership and guidance to team members through performance management including conducting performance reviews, identifying appropriate training, and implementing corrective action plans.
    • Help identify staffing needs and assist with new employee evaluation and hiring processes.
    • Recommend, develop, and schedule staff training programs.
    • Develop and manage project scopes, schedule, and budget in alignment with contract terms and conditions.
    • Provide support to Cultural Resources Project Managers in developing and managing their projects.
    • Develop and/or review technical products to insure they are accurate and of exemplary quality.
    • Set business development goals and provide recommendations on go/no-go assessments.
    • Assist in growing department revenue through business development and process efficiency.

    What qualifications are required for this role?

    • Master's degree in Anthropology or related field. A bachelor's degree with additional experience may be considered.
    • Ten (10) or more years of experience working in Cultural Resources Management.
    • Five (5) or more years working in a supervisory or leadership capacity in the American Southwest.
    • Demonstrated ability to successfully lead a diverse team of professionals.
    • Demonstrated ability to develop business relationships and generate new clients.
    • Expertise in applicable local, state, and federal laws and regulations.
    • Expertise in managing multiple projects and clients simultaneously.
    • Experience working within a consulting environment preferred.

    What does WestLand offer you?

    • A comprehensive benefits package that includes 9 vacation days, healthcare benefits, PTO, and 401k matching for full time employees. Flexible work schedules and remote/hybrid possibilities are available for most roles.
    • A multidisciplinary environment where projects are unique, creative, and challenging! A place where you can develop your own vision of clientele and projects, and where you get to work with our industry leaders daily!
    • An environment where you are set up for success! With two-way mentorship, financial incentives to publish your work, and tuition reimbursement for ongoing educational support, we have you covered! In addition, WestLand has developed a career-path structure to assist you in reaching those next steps in your career!
    • A collaborative work environment where information and ideas are shared across teams. Communication is clear and comes often. And our diversity of people and cultures means everyone always feels welcome at WestLand!

    Westland is committed to creating a diverse environment and is proud to be an Equal Opportunity Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, age, gender identity or gender expression, national origin, disability, or veteran status. We maintain a drug-free workplace and perform pre-employment substance abuse testing.

    To learn more about WestLand, visit our website at www.WestLandresources.com

    To apply, visit Westland Jobs

    Resumes submitted by a recruiting/staffing agency without current/valid vendor agreement will become property of WestLand. Any recruiting/staffing agency wishing to do business with WestLand must contact the Human Resources Department through our website. Recruiting/staffing agents may NOT contact hiring managers directly. Firms that do not honor this request will be removed from


  • 12/04/2023 21:57 | AAC Board Admin (Administrator)

    Company Profile

    Chronicle Heritage is a solution-driven heritage consulting firm that prides itself on employing the best cultural resource management (CRM) professionals in the industry. We place an emphasis on supporting our clients’ needs, fostering new technologies that advance our industry, and leveraging those advancements toward the management of non-renewable cultural resources. Chronicle Heritage prioritizes professional development within the framework of innovation and forward thinking to encourage career advancement and research development. 

    Job Description

    Chronicle Heritage is currently seeking a Senior Archaeologist to serve as a Principal Investigator or Project Manager based out of our Phoenix, Arizona office, with an option for partial remote work. The successful applicant will work alongside our existing Office Principals and other senior staff to successfully navigate a variety of federal, state, and municipal ordinances for our clients.

    Hire Type: Full-time (Salaried)

    Schedule: Monday–Friday, normal business hours

    Location: Phoenix, Arizona, with the option for remote work

    The Senior Archaeologist will:

    • Lead technical studies and ensure clients receive high-quality, on-time deliverables
    • Oversee and coordinate with teams conducting both field and desktop research and impact analysis
    • Provide technical oversight and interdisciplinary team oversight
    • Provide quality control for all deliverables and ensure compliance with applicable regulations
    • Train and mentor staff and actively engage in professional development
    • Interface with clients and external stakeholders
    • Maintain up-to-date knowledge of regulations affecting CRM and general industry trends
    • Demonstrate technical excellence in area of expertise and maintain knowledge of best management practices
    • Oversee field investigations of proposed project sites to assess or evaluate resources or the potential for resources
    • Direct collection, analysis, and interpretation of data; formulate recommendations and solutions to highly complex problems or those involving risk
    • Develop and maintain existing and new business relationships in collaboration with other senior staff and Office Principals
    • Strategically identify and pursue new leads, oversee the preparation of proposals, and procure project contracts

    Required Qualifications

    • Advanced degree in archaeology, anthropology, or a closely related field
    • 7+ years of experience preparing a variety of technical reports, including treatment plans and comprehensive data recovery reports
    • 5+ years of experience managing survey, testing, and data recovery projects of various sizes and complexity, including technical, project, or program management roles within an environmental, engineering, or cultural consulting firm
    • 2+ years of experience serving as a Project Manager or Principal Investigator on survey, testing, and data recovery projects
    • Expert knowledge of principles, practices, and techniques of CRM and relevant federal, state, and local laws and regulations
    • Knowledge of and experience in applying research methods and forming and maintaining effective client and interagency internal-team relationships
    • Ability to be permitted immediately as PI or PD on an Arizona Antiquities Act permit
    • Valid driver’s license

    Preferred Skills

    • Professional accreditation
    • Ability to manage projects and teams as a leader and/or supervisor and to handle multiple assignments in a fast-paced environment
    • Excellent verbal and written skills
    • Excellent interpersonal skills with the ability to work with a large, multi-disciplinary team and promote and sustain effective working relationships with clients, the public, and other agencies
    • Proficient organizational, schedule, and budget management skills
    • Proficiency with Microsoft Office Suite applications (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Project)

    Additional Information

    Chronicle Heritage participates in E-Verify to ensure all staff are authorized to work in the United States. Chronicle Heritage is also an Equal Employment Opportunity Employer that provides equal employment opportunities to all applicants for employment and prohibits discrimination and harassment of any type without regard to race, color, religion, age, sex, national origin, disability status, genetics, protected veteran status, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, or any other characteristic protected by federal, state, or local laws.  

    We encourage minorities, females, and members of the LGBTQIA+ community to apply.

    https://www.chronicleheritage.com/careers/?gnk=job&gni=8a78839e8ab5130a018adcf5387e508d

  • 12/01/2023 20:41 | AAC Board Admin (Administrator)

    ARCHAEOLOGIST
    Job Code: 2023-CRS-049
    Location: Zion
    State: Utah
    Program: Cultural Resources
    Contract Length: Over 12 Months
     
    Job Description:

    The Great Basin Institute, in cooperation with the National Park Service (Zion National Park), is recruiting an Archaeologist to lead various park compliance projects under the supervision of the Zion Cultural Resource Program Manager. These projects are related to archeological duties in compliance with the National Historic Preservation Act (NHPA) and the National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA). Projects may include:  the preparation of compliance documents (Assessment of Effects Forms for Section 106 and Section 110), working with interdisciplinary teams to prepare compliance packages, submitting compliance packages to the UT SHPO, and preparing archeological resource protection strategies and treatment plans specifically related to potential impacts from identified management needs and proposed management actions. 

    The position is primarily office-based work (75%) and will include any or all of the following:

    • Data management – use of three databases to enter and organize archaeology records, all maps and illustrations will be digitized using graphic programs (Adobe Photoshop, Adobe Illustrator), photographs will be labeled, uploaded, and annotated, spatial data will be processed and added to the master archaeology geodatabase, and project records will be prepared for Museum Archives
    • Preparation of reports and management documents - includes environmental reviews of park undertakings, as well as other products such as:consultation letters, project reports, monitoring reports, finding aids, and scope of works.
    • Quality control of products produced by other employees and/or contractors and supervision of other staff and contractors conducting archeological field work and data entry. This position will provide the training necessary for these individuals.

    This position will include field work duties (25%) where temperatures in the summer regularly exceed 90-100° F and monsoons occur during July-September. Occasional camping will be required. Field duties include any or all of the following:

    • Training crew members on field techniques and methods.
    • Supervising and conducting data entry, digital records management, monitoring of construction activities and will entail - navigating with topographic maps, completing site forms, taking scale photographs, making scale illustrations, conducting condition assessments and fuels assessments, collecting spatial data, producing artifact illustrations, identifying artifacts, and making determinations of eligibility. 
    • Monitoring and treatment activities, along with supplementary documentation - drainage re-routing, barrier installation, social trail eradication, installation of signs, minor stabilization, backfilling, and/or data recovery. Approximately 25% of time will be spent in the field during the course of this position.

    The Great Basin Institute is a non-profit organization dedicated to advancing environmental research, education, and service throughout the West. GBI’s Research Associate Program provides multidisciplinary capacity for professional support of diverse partnerships across western states while presenting emerging professionals with career-enhancing opportunities in natural/cultural/recreation resource management, ecological conservation, environmental stewardship, and related fields. The Archaeologist will gain exposure to policies and approaches for managing cultural resources on public lands and enhance their experience in standard techniques for archaeological field documentation, management of associated data, and reporting.


    Contract Timeline:
    • 52-week appointment beginning February/March 2024
    • Full time (40 hours/week)

    Location:

    Zion National Park is a unique geological, natural, and cultural treasure in southwestern Utah. Opportunities for sightseeing, hiking, and camping abound. Humans have occupied this area for approximately 10,000 years and archaeological sites occur throughout the park. Work will be based out of park offices in Springdale, UT.


    Compensation and Benefits:
    • Wage: $28 per hour
    • Housing Stipend: $200/week
    • Camping Per Diem: $40/day (when applicable)
    • Paid leave and holidays
    • Medical, dental, and vision insurance available with fully paid monthly premiums
    • Enrollment in 401K retirement plan, fully vested on Day 1 with up to a 4% employer match

    Job Qualifications:
    • A Bachelor’s degree in Archaeology, Anthropology, Cultural Resource Management, or similar discipline;
    • Relevant field experience in archaeology, anthropology, cultural resource management, or similar discipline;
    • Familiarity with cultural resource management on public lands;
    • An understanding of basic principles and approaches related to performing archaeological site condition assessments and site recordation,
    • Knowledge of archaeology of the Colorado Plateau is preferred;
    • Experience with standard field techniques to survey and assess cultural resources;
    • Ability to navigate and collect data using handheld GPS units and read a topographic map;
    • Exposure to using GIS software (e.g., ArcGIS Pro) to upload, create and manipulate data and maps;
    • Experience using Adobe Photoshop and Adobe Illustrator;
    • Experience working with Microsoft computer programs;
    • Ability to communicate effectively, both written and orally, with a diverse audience;
    • Capacity to work independently and within a team environment;
    • Must be motivated, self-directed, organized, and detail oriented in order to balance multiple tasks simultaneously;
    • Physically fit to work long hours outdoors, carry personal and field equipment, and withstand the climatic rigors of the desert;
    • Willingness and ability to camp for consecutive days, as needed, in backcountry settings; and
    • Possess a clean, valid, state-issued driver’s license with the ability to safely operate a 4WD vehicle on unimproved roads.

    The successful applicant must complete a Department of Interior (DOI) Background Investigation (BI) or submit paperwork to NPS human resources indicating an active and fully adjudicated BI has already been completed prior to beginning this position.

    https://www.vscyberhosting.com/greatbasin/Careers.aspx?req=2023-CRS-049&type=JOBDESCR

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