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  • 10/19/2023 21:27 | AAC Board Admin (Administrator)

    Position:    Archaeologist

    Duration.    6 Month Fellowship (26 weeks): Starting early 2024 (dates are dependent upon the start date)

    Location.    Apache-Sitgreaves National Forests, Supervisor’s Office, 30 South Chiricahua Street, Springerville, AZ 85938

    *Hiring two individuals for this position*

    The Apache-Sitgreaves National Forests (ASNFs) are some of the most diverse in the Southwestern Region, encompassing about 2.5 million acres including an extensive amount of the Mogollon Rim and the White Mountains. The Forests stretch from Leonard Canyon south of Winslow, Arizona to the New Mexico state line, then south of Springerville, Arizona to Clifton, Arizona. The landscape varies from high desert grasslands to above timberline with ponderosa, aspen, and spruce-fir forests in between. The Forests' elevations range from 3,500 feet on the Clifton Ranger District to over 11,000 feet on the Mount Baldy Wilderness. The ANSFs is home to a large part of the Mogollon Rim and White Mountains, rich in beauty and tranquility. Water is a major attraction with 24 lakes and reservoirs and more than 400 miles of rivers and streams - more than can be found in any other southwestern forest. The Forests supply timber, wildlife, grazing and tourism which help support local communities.

    Duties and Responsibilities:

    The resource assistant will be stationed out of the Supervisor’s Office in Springerville, AZ reporting to the Forest Archaeologist and/or the Assistant Forest Archaeologist. The resource assistant will be involved in various projects across the Forest that relate to the Wildfire Crisis Strategy and Bipartisan Infrastructure Bill. They will learn pre-field research, survey techniques, identification of archaeological sites (pueblos, field houses, lithic scatters, historic features, and sites), identification of lithics and ceramics, recordation of archaeological sites, and use of GPS and tablets in the field.

    Special or Preferred skills.

    • Knowledge of Southwest Archaeology
    • Comfortable working independently outside in all weather conditions
    • Use of four-wheel drive vehicles and driving on rough roads
    • Knowledge of Section 106 and National Environmental Policy Act

    Minimum Qualifications.

    • Undergraduate or Graduate degree in Anthropology
    • US citizenship or permanent residency. 
    • Must pass a criminal history background check and possess a valid driver’s license with a clean driving record.

    RA will be required to drive a government vehicle

    Public transportation is not available in Springerville or at any of the district offices.

    Stipend + Benefits.

    • $500 weekly pay stipend based on a 40-hour workweek* 
    • $1,000 monthly housing stipend
    • $50 monthly commuting stipend (if in-person)
    • Option for health insurance coverage during full term
    • Up to $2,750 available for Forest Service work travel, orientation, trainings, professional development opportunities that align with RA role and goals
    • Direct Hire Authority Eligibility – after completing a minimum of 960 hours, DHA status provides special non-competitive hiring status when applying for Forest Service positions.
    Application.

    HAF is managing the recruitment for these positions. All applications should be submitted through HAF’s MANO Project application page. A resume and two references will be required for submission. Your application or resume should include professional and educational experience, along with any awards, technical skills or volunteer activities. Application questions or issues may be directed to Carina Chavez at carina@hispanicaccess.org

    Applications for this position are due by October 29th, 2023. Phone interviews and final decisions will be made by November

    About Us. 

    The Heritage program on the Apache-Sitgreaves National Forests is tasked with preserving and managing cultural resources across 2.5 million acres. The remains of human history include ancient Indian villages and rock art, travel routes and markers, military forts and abandoned mines and mills. The Heritage program protects and shares significant cultural resources on public lands, ensuring that future generations can understand the human stories present on the landscapes of our national forests. In addition, the Forest Service protects cultural resources from vandalism, theft, fire, and other threats. 

    US Forest Service Mission.

    To sustain the health, diversity, and productivity of the Nation’s forests and grasslands to meet the needs of present and future generations.

    Hispanic Access Foundation Mission.

    Hispanic Access Foundation (HAF) is a 501(c)(3) national nonprofit organization that connects Latinos to partners and opportunities improving lives and creating an equitable society. HAF’s vision is that all Hispanics throughout the U.S. enjoy good physical health, a healthy natural environment, a quality education, economic success and civic engagement in their communities with the sum improving the future of America.

    https://www.manoproject.org/internships?gnk=job&gni=8a7887a88afcf397018b0094698001f0&gns=Federal%2Fstate%2Fcounty%2Bagency%2Bstaff%2Breferral

  • 10/18/2023 09:19 | AAC Board Admin (Administrator)

    SWCA Environmental Consultants is actively seeking to fill three cultural resources positions to support our Phoenix Office and general Arizona Cultural Resources team. These are a regular, full-time positions. Candidates local to the greater Phoenix metropolitan area are strongly preferred.

    Senior Project Manager – Cultural Resources

    What you will accomplish

    • Project implementation to include staffing, fieldwork, research, report writing, and Quality Assurance/ Quality Control (QA/QC) review.
    • Maintains good working relationships with state and federal agency contacts and clients
    • Nurtures and develops client relationships
    • Oversees personnel on specific projects.
    • Collaborates with SWCA’s managers, directors, and principal investigators on technical and business development efforts throughout the company.
    • Maintains SWCA’s high standard of scientific ethics and quality assurance and is motivated to identify and resolve problems in creative ways.
    • Collaborates as part of an interdisciplinary environmental team.
    • Assists in the continuing development of SWCA’s Cultural Resource Program and expands SWCA’s professional reputation in cultural resources consulting and research throughout California and beyond.

    Experience and qualifications for success

    • Master’s Degree in anthropology, archaeology, history, or a closely related field.
    • Meets the Secretary of the Interior’s Professional Qualifications Standards in archaeology.
    • Minimum of ten (10) years of cultural resources experience supporting a variety of project types, sizes, regions, and agencies, with increasing levels of responsibility.
    • Minimum of three (3) years of experience in Cultural Resources Management in a supervisory capacity, whether in the field or in the office.
    • Experience managing CRM projects, including budgets, scheduling, and scopes of work.
    • Qualified for listing on state and federal archaeology permits Arizona statewide.
    • Extensive experience with Arizona archaeology, or similar cultural area.
    • Demonstrated experience in federal, state, and local laws and regulations related to the management of cultural resources (NEPA, Section 106 of the NHPA)
    • Has completed all aspects of a project, from pre-field tasks to final report preparation for a variety of project types and sizes, regions, and agencies.
    • Has provided QA/QC review of field documents, site forms, and reports.

    An employee in this Phoenix, Arizona-based position can expect an annual salary of $90,480/year - $120,640/year. Actual pay within this range may depend on experience, qualifications, geographic location, client requirements where applicable, and other factors permitted by law.  Regular-status employees are also eligible for performance bonuses. Candidates are also encouraged to consider SWCA’s Total Rewards package, which includes a competitive Benefits package, forward-thinking workplace flexibility, outstanding corporate culture, award-winning career development, and more.

    Project Manager – Cultural Resources

    What you will accomplish

    • Manage and participate in all aspects of cultural resources projects successfully, including budgeting, scheduling, research, fieldwork, report writing, curation.
    • Collaborate with other project managers across offices and disciplines to successfully meet client and agency needs.
    • Work with clients and agency representatives for successful project implementation.
    • Prepare and create technical, high-quality proposals, work plans, reports, and literature reviews with little supervisory oversight.
    • Oversee fieldwork and deliverables, adhering to SWCA’s Quality Assurance/ Quality Control (QA/QC) program.
    • Work independently in a responsible manner, resolving project challenges.
    • Work within defined schedules and meet deadlines.
    • Follow all health and safety procedures.

    Experience and qualifications for success

    • Master’s degree in Anthropology, Archaeology, or a related field.
    • Minimum of seven (7) years of experience in environmental consulting, including at least two years in a supervisory capacity, whether in the field or in the office.
    • Demonstrated expertise in federal, state, and local cultural resources laws and regulations.
    • Ability to travel and conduct fieldwork for long hours will be required on certain projects.
    • Strong communication skills, both verbal and written.
    • Currently reside in the greater Phoenix metropolitan area or plan to relocate there in the immediate future.
    • Must have a valid driver's license, the ability to pass a Motor Vehicle background screening, and have access to reliable transportation.

    An employee in this Phoenix, Arizona-based position can expect an annual salary of $70,200/year - $91,000/year. Actual pay within this range may depend on experience, qualifications, geographic location, client requirements where applicable, and other factors permitted by law.  Regular-status employees are also eligible for performance bonuses. Candidates are also encouraged to consider SWCA’s Total Rewards package, which includes a competitive Benefits package, forward-thinking workplace flexibility, outstanding corporate culture, award-winning career development, and more.

    Assistant Project Archaeologist - Field Director

    What you will accomplish

    • Supervise fieldwork, including archaeological survey, testing, data recovery, and/or construction monitoring and ensure quality and completeness of data collected.
    • Data QA/QC, organization, and tracking; field GPS data collection using tablets and Geodes. 
    • Ensure that appropriate preliminary research is conducted and organized prior to fieldwork, and that necessary equipment, staff, and other resources are prepared for fieldwork.
    • Accurately identify historic and prehistoric artifacts and features, and train less experienced field crew in their identification.
    • Create and maintain good morale among field crew and mentor junior staff.
    • Assist with office-based tasks, including performing Class I literature reviews, research, site forms, technical report preparation, developing and tracking scopes of work, schedules, and budgets.
    • Communicate effectively when reporting to Team Leads, Principal Investigators, and Project Managers.
    • Work independently in a responsible manner.
    • Work within defined schedules and meet deadlines.
    • Follow all SWCA health and safety procedures.

    Experience and qualifications for success

    • A minimum of a bachelor’s degree in Anthropology or a closely related field is required.
    • Minimum three (3) years or more of experience working as a field archaeologist in the Southwest.
    • Has led crews of field technicians on a variety of project types and sizes, regions, and agencies.
    • Extremely organized and meticulous with ensuring survey, documentation, and paperwork are complete.
    • Excellent leadership and supervision abilities, including problem-solving, constructive conflict resolution, and decision making.
    • Strong communication skills, both verbal and technical writing.
    • Has demonstrated skills relating to QA/QC review of field documents and site forms.
    • Ability to travel and conduct fieldwork for long hours (sometimes in inclement weather, rugged terrain, and at high altitudes), plus additional hours organizing paperwork/emails daily
    • Ability to carry equipment weighing up to 40 pounds
    • Ability to provide guidance and feedback on crew performance as per company guidelines.
    • Has enough experience to be able to rationally deal with the unexpected (changes in weather, changes in client demands, changes in crew makeup or size, etc.).
    • Valid Driver’s License with an acceptable driving record, and ability to safely operate a 4WD vehicle on rugged, backcountry roads.

    An employee in this Phoenix, Arizona-based position can expect an hourly rate of $26.00/hour - $33.00/hour. Actual pay within this range may depend on experience, qualifications, geographic location, client requirements where applicable, and other factors permitted by law.  Regular-status employees are also eligible for performance bonuses. Candidates are also encouraged to consider SWCA’s Total Rewards package, which includes a competitive Benefits package, forward-thinking workplace flexibility, outstanding corporate culture, award-winning career development, and more.

    https://careers-swca.icims.com/jobs/search?ss=1&searchCategory=34948&searchLocation=12781-12784-Phoenix

  • 10/07/2023 11:48 | AAC Board Admin (Administrator)

    Location: 205 S 17th Ave, Phoenix, AZ 85007

    This position may offer the ability to work remotely, within Arizona, based upon the department's business needs and continual meeting of expected performance measures.

    Salary: $60,773.54 - $69,999.00; Grade: 21

    Summary:

    The position completes the cultural resources reviews for all the federal-aid projects. This position also assists with maintenance work orders, disposals, material source pits, and other state funded projects. This position is responsible for ensuring the technical completeness of documentation, is part of the Historic Preservation Team and will be supervised by the Historic Preservation Team Lead.

    The State of Arizona strives for a work culture that affords employees flexibility, autonomy, and trust. Across our many agencies, boards, commissions, many State employees participate in the State’s Remote Work Program and are able to work remotely in their homes, in offices, and in hoteling spaces. All work, including remote work, should be performed within Arizona, unless an exception is properly authorized in advance.

    Duties:

    Manage and oversee consultant activities relating to archaeological surveys, site flagging, monitoring, testing, and data recovery; and assessment of historic buildings and structures. Review technical reports, including overviews, surveys, testing and data recovery work plans, and final data recovery reports for adequacy and compliance. Work with consultants to ensure delivery of product by project deadlines.

    Coordinate and consult with other state and federal agencies, local governments, and tribes on cultural resources and historic preservation issues, including site eligibility and project effects. Prepare and review Section 106 documents, including Memorandum of Agree ment, Programmatic Agreements, and letters. Develop requests for proposals as necessary and review consultant proposals and budgets. Provide cultural resource input to environmental documents.

    Telephone and email consultation, project facilitation, and answering questions to facilitate the project management process.

    Communicate with Historic Preservation Team Lead/Cultural Resources Program Manager on a weekly basis to ensure adequate review of work projects, inform HPT Lead of potential problems in the completion of the work that may affect project schedules or budget, and discuss with HPT Lead difficult or complex projects. Fill in for Planner III on an as-needed basis during flex days, vacation, sick days to ensure continuity and flow in the project clearance process and serve customers.

    Work on emergency, non-standard or accidental discovery projects to ensure agency compliance with appropriate cultural resource laws. Review projects and update project reports and databases for tracking.

    Participate in team, group, and miscellaneous meetings and training as required by the supervisor. Must be able to drive a state vehicle during the course and scope of work.

    Knowledge, Skills & Abilities (KSAs):

    State, Federal, Tribal, local agency policies, procedures, and regulations to effectively manage and facilitate cultural resources clearances/projects.

    Section 106 of the National Historic Preservation Act.

    Principles of historic preservation, archaeological methods, and Arizona history and prehistory

    Verbal and written communication and facilitation to interact daily with ADOT personnel, outside agency personnel, tribes, consultants, and the public.

    Project management to facilitate completion of large projects on tight and often changing schedules.

    Phone and email usage; skills  to address archaeological data recovery situations.

    Google Systems and Basic computer skills, use of Geographic Information Systems (GIS) and Global Positions System (GPS), are desired, but not required.

    Manage multiple tasks, while shepherding large projects through a complex and often changing process

    Preference:

    Additional training in Section 106 of NHPA, Arizona Historic Preservation Act, and other State and Federal cultural resource law.

    Experience collecting class I data (AZSITE, HPT Portal, City of Phoenix database, GLOs, etc.). 

    Field experience in prehistory and historic archaeology.

    Experience in drafting small survey and monitoring reports.

    Requirements:

    This position requires possession of a Bachelor’s degree or above in archaeology, anthropology, history or in a related field.

    This position requires possession of a valid Arizona Class D Driver License. Candidates for this position must complete and sign PART 1 of the State of Arizona Application for Employment at the time of interview, which will allow ADOT to obtain the candidate's motor vehicle record (MVR). The most recent 39-month period shown on the MVR will be reviewed in accordance with A.A.C. R2-10-207.11 (H) and (I). The review must show an acceptable driving record prior to any offer of employment being made by ADOT. Employment is contingent upon an acceptable MVR.

    Benefits:

    The Arizona Department of Administration offers a comprehensive benefits package to include:

    • Sick leave
    • Vacation with 10 paid holidays per year
    • Health and dental insurance
    • Retirement plan
    • Life insurance and long-term disability insurance
    • Optional employee benefits include short-term disability insurance, deferred compensation plans, and supplemental life insurance
    • Mandatory participation in the Arizona Retirement System (ASRS) is required

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

    Apply:

    https://www.azstatejobs.gov/jobs/environmental-cultural-resources-project-manager-remote-options-arizona-united-states-phoenix 


  • 10/06/2023 21:34 | AAC Board Admin (Administrator)

    Job Number: 23-985
    Job Type: Full-Time Regular
    Department: Cultural Resources Management Program
    City: Sacaton, AZ
    Location: 192 S. Skill Center Road, Ste. #200
    Area of Interest: Cultural Resources
    Salary/ Hourly Rate: Range $51,874.00 - $65,071.00 Salary

    DISTINGUISHING FEATURES OF THE CLASS:

    The Environmental Specialist is responsible for environmental planning, review and related environmental compliance and natural resource management as it relates to the Gila River Indian Community. In particular, the position focuses on ensuring compliance with National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) and related environmental laws for projects on Community lands, especially realty actions (e.g. leasing, rights of way).

    ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS:

    • Prepare, review, analyze, and modify National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) documents and related natural resource management documents for Community lands.
    • Provide expertise on matters relating to environmental planning, environmental compliance, and natural resource management for community lands.
    • Conduct field surveys and assessments of plant and animal species within project areas on Community lands, and write reports on the survey findings.
    • Prepare comments and coordinate with federal agencies, tribal departments and consultants for the preparation of environmental impact statements, natural resource management plans and related documents.
    • Perform other duties as assigned.

    REQUIRED KNOWLEDGE, SKILL AND ABILITY:

    • Knowledge of principles, practices and techniques of environmental planning and natural resource management.
    • Ability to analyze problems to identify significant factors, gather pertinent data and recognize solutions.
    • Ability to plan and organize work.
    • Intermediate computer skills including using MS Word, MS Excel and preferably MS Access and Adobe Photoshop.
    • Ability to communicate effectively orally and in writing.
    • Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with other employees, Community Officials and the general public.
    • Ability to perform all physical requirements of the position; agree to maintain a Drug-free workplace.

    REQUIRED EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:

    Bachelors degree from an accredited college or university in Environmental Studies, Environmental Science, Natural Resource Management or closely related field, and a minimum of two (2) years progressively responsible experience in environmental planning or natural resource management, or any combination of education, training, and/or experience that demonstrates the ability to perform the functions of this position.

    ADDITIONAL REQUIREMENT:

    Tribal Driving Permit can be required.

    https://www.gilariver.org/index.php/opportunities/jobs

  • 09/23/2023 19:59 | AAC Board Admin (Administrator)

    Principal Archaeologist

    Department: Cultural Resources - Project Delivery
    Position Type: On-Call/Part-Time/Full-Time
    Location: Colorado preferred, but candidates within Pinyon’s Western US service area may be considered.
    Pay: $70,000 to $90,000 

    Who do we want to join our team?

    Pinyon Environmental, Inc. (Pinyon), eagerly invites motivated people to join our growing team. Pinyon prides itself on its culture—our team is dedicated to each other and the communities in which we live, work, and serve. We are actively hiring people who are excited about developing themselves and creating a long-lasting and fulfilling career, At Pinyon, successful team members are creative problem solvers and life-long learners. Pinyon eagerly tackles challenging problems for our clients (our motto is, “we run towards the problem) and we strive to keep staff engaged by bringing in meaningful and interesting projects for our staff to work on for great clients.

    You will work in a flexible work environment that if focused on providing you with opportunities to achieve your career and life objectives, while helping our clients design and build environmentally sustainable projects. Our firm is extremely proud of a culture founded in the principal values of character, efficiency, personal responsibility, quality, responsiveness, team, and timeliness. We have a passion for the environment and our communities, and we are proud to work on some of the most visible, unique, challenging, and rewarding projects in Colorado and beyond. You will join a team of highly respected professionals and a firm with one of the best reputations of producing excellent services. We continuously strive to create a fun and collaborative work environment that makes us all excited to come to work every day.  

    Position Summary

    Pinyon is seeking a Principal Investigator/Senior Archeologist with extensive experience in Colorado and other Rocky Mountain states.  A successful candidate will be collaborative, organized, and professional.  This candidate will be responsible for execution of Class I, II and III cultural resource surveys and associated reporting and permitting for a growing base of clients ranging from private sector to federal agency. Task and team management experience of field crews are required; project management experience preferred. This position reports to the Archaeological Resources Technical Group Manager.  

    Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities

    • MS or MA degree in Anthropology or Archaeology
    • Meets the Secretary of Interior’s Professional Standards and Guidelines for Archaeology (36 CFR 61)
    • Permitted or immediately permittable within Arizona and/or Colorado
    • Experience applying Cultural Resource Management (CRM) requirements of federal historic preservation laws and policies
    • Experience and demonstrated knowledge of Section 106/ARPA compliance, NEPA, and understanding of relevant federal, state, local, and/or tribal laws and regulations
    • Previous experience with federal agencies (e.g., BLM, USFS)
    • Tribal consultation experience preferred
    • Experience designing and managing (CRM) field surveys
    • Field crew supervisory or field director experience
    • Technical writing and document review experience
    • Experience with Microsoft Word, Collector, Survey123 and other software programs as required
    • Ability to travel
    • Valid driver’s license and good driving record
    • Strong problem-solving skills
    • Strong verbal and written communications skills
    • Ability to work independently and collaboratively with a variety of colleagues, clients, agencies, and other project stakeholders, of all levels and diverse backgrounds.

    Application: Please include a cover letter and resume, to careers@pinyon-env.com. In your cover letter, please describe your experience as it applies to this job posting.

    EEO Statement

    Pinyon is an Equal Opportunity Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, or status as a protected veteran.

    Summary of Benefits

    Pinyon offers a comprehensive range of benefits including accrued vacation, sick, and paid holidays; 100% employer paid premium health insurance through United Health; life insurance; long term disability; ESOP and employer matching 401k.  Pinyon also offers several bonus programs including an overtime bonus program, profit share program, and a spot bonus program.

    About Pinyon

    Pinyon was established in 1993 by Lauren Evans, PE, and she has grown Pinyon from a one-woman outfit based out of her garage, to a thriving and growing environmental consulting firm. The firm now employs over 80 environmental professionals and support personnel and has expanded from its headquarters in Lakewood, Colorado (near Denver) to include branch offices in Loveland and Colorado Springs, Colorado, as well as a satellite office in Phoenix, Arizona. Pinyon is a client-centric environmental consulting firm that works towards collaborative solutions to advance our clients’ needs while protecting environmental health and safety. Pinyon supports private and public sector projects for commercial and industrial, energy, public works, federal, and transportation clients. Our team is energized by working in a flexible, fast-paced, and collaborative environment – solving complex problems for our clients. Given the depth and breadth of our technical team, we are the go-to firm for permitting and compliance on the local level and looking to expand our NEPA qualifications across multiple market sectors. Pinyon is committed to continue to expand our portfolio of projects both in our current geographies and elsewhere in the United States.

    https://pinyon-env.net/careers/

  • 09/21/2023 21:31 | AAC Board Admin (Administrator)

    Tonto National Monument Cultural Resource Database Specialist

    Title: Cultural Resource Database Specialist for Tonto National Monument
    Location: Arizona preferred, negotiable, can work remotely
    Duration: 1-2 years (full and halftime options)
    Annual Salary: $53,000 (fulltime 1-year), $26,500 (halftime 2-years)
    Classification: Exempt, reporting to the Southern Arizona Office of the National Park Service and Archaeology Southwest
    Application Deadline: November 1, 2023
    Position Start Date: January, 2024
    Benefits:
    Fulltime option: Paid Time Off (200 hours), health insurance, vision plan, optional dental plan (50% subsidized), 401k plan with 20% employer match, life insurance, short-term and long-term disability insurance.
    Part time option: Paid Time Off (1 hour per 30 hours worked), 401k plan with 20% employer match (after 1,000 hours of work within first 12 months).

    Performance goals

    • Using the Tonto National Monument site assessment and monitoring plan as model, crosswalk cultural resource monitoring and assessment data, National Register status, and other pertinent management information between Cultural Resources and Facilities Management databases in the Inter-Mountain Region (IMR; Regions 6, 7, and 8) of the National Park Service. This will allow for more effective and efficient documentation and management of cultural resources
    • Work with National Park Service (NPS) and Archaeology Southwest (ASW) staff to standardize cultural resource monitoring and assessment plans for a select group of parks and monuments in the IMR, especially related to fire impact, flooding and stabilization of properties
    • Assess quality and recommend integration procedures for management data within this group of parks and monuments as a proof of concept that can be potentially expanded to other units in the NPS

    Project Description

    This project builds upon management strategies for archeological sites impacted by the Woodbury Fire at Tonto National Monument. The success of these strategies suggests that they can be implemented in other parks and monuments in the IMR, especially those managed by the Southern Arizona Office, to help document, treat, and protect fragile cultural resources threatened by adverse impacts caused by fire, flooding, and stabilization. However, mechanisms for implementing data management strategies in other parks and monuments are currently untested. One of the major issues encountered is that the various cultural resource databases among these units, if they exist, are not standardized, leading to inconsistencies in how information on site condition, location and treatment histories are documented. This position will use the site assessment and monitoring plan developed for Tonto National Monument to assess data quality and recommend procedures for database integration for a select group of parks and monuments in the IMR as a proof of concept. The ultimate goal will be to expand this database to include other units in the IMR.

    Work will focus on Tonto National Monument datasets, but the individual will also work with IMR regional staff to investigate workable strategies more broadly. This fulfills the original public purpose of the project to improve post fire treatments across the profession as well as increase public awareness, knowledge, and support for historic preservation and the stewardship of archaeological resources at Tonto National Monument and across the Southwest.

    Because the vast majority of the work is related to database management the position is flexible in terms of physical location and much of the work can be accomplished remotely in areas with reliable internet access. However, travel to relevant units (e.g., Tonto National Monument) in the National Park Service may be required, especially within Arizona.

    The selected individual will be an employee of Archaeology Southwest and report regularly to Dr. Jeffery Clark. This individual will work closely with personnel from the National Park Service at Tonto National Monument, the Southern Arizona Office, and the IMR in general.

    About Archaeology Southwest

    Archaeology Southwest practices a holistic, conservation-based approach to exploring and protecting heritage places and landscapes. Archaeology Southwest is committed to respectfully engaging with Native American Tribal governments and communities. In our workplace and activities, we strive for inclusion across race, gender, age, religion, and identity. For more information, please visit https://www.archaeologysouthwest.org.

    Qualifications:

    • MA degree or MA candidate in Archaeology
    • Proven database creation and management skills, especially Access
    • Communication, research, and task-management skills.
    • Basic technical skills and general proficiency in the use of computers
    • Ability to work independently with limited supervision

    Applicants can contact Jeffery Clark (jclark@archaeologysouthwest.org) with any questions about this position. Applications are due by November 1, 2023 with a projected start date of January 2024.

    To apply: Applicants should provide the following:

    1) Résumé

    2) Contact information for three personal or professional references, and

    3) Cover letter that highlights relevant archaeological and database experience, and briefly discusses why the candidate would be a good fit for this position.

    Applications are to be submitted by email to Linda Pierce (lpierce@archaeologysouthwest.org) by November 1, 2023.

  • 09/16/2023 18:08 | AAC Board Admin (Administrator)


    Company Profile

    Chronicle Heritage (formerly PaleoWest/Commonwealth Heritage Group) 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.

    On-Call Archaeological Field Technicians | Arizona

    Job Description

    Chronicle Heritage is seeking Archaeological Field Technicians to support our projects in Arizona. The role will assist the Field Director and Project Team in completing archaeological pedestrian surveys, field testing, site delineation and recording, and other field or office tasks. Preference will be given to local candidates. For camping projects, per diem will be provided; for hotel-based projects, per diem and lodging will be provided.

    Hire Type: Hourly, as needed

    Schedule: Availability to work full-time, as needed

    Location: Field-based, Arizona

    Required Qualifications

    • Bachelor’s degree in archaeology, anthropology, or a closely related field
    • Successful completion of an archaeology field school or have demonstrated equivalent experience
    • Ability to complete physically demanding tasks in remote areas and/or austere environments, including walking/hiking up to 10-miles per day, carrying loads up to 30 pounds, digging, and standing for long hours
    • Frequent out-of-town travel, potentially for extended periods of time
    • Valid driver’s license

    Preferred Skills

    • Experience performing pedestrian surveys, excavating/recording shovel test units, and recording archaeological sites
    • Knowledge of Arizona material culture - Indigenous and Euro-American history and prehistory
    • Demonstrate excellent attention to detail, a positive work ethic, reliability, and commitment to working both independently and in a team environment
    • Previous experience with mapping equipment and other special application equipment (GPS, tablets, etc.)
    • Strong communication and organization skills

    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 women, minorities, and members of the LGBTQIA+ community to apply. 

    Pay Range: $18 - $22 per hour

    Senior Archaeologist/Project Manager | Arizona

    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. 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

    Hire Type: Full-time (Salaried)

    Schedule: Monday–Friday, normal business hours

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

    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.

    Regional Archaeological Field Director | Ambassador Program - Nationwide (USA) 

    Remote Status: Remote

    Job Description

    PaleoWest is actively searching for motivated Archaeological Field Directors nationwide to serve in our Ambassador Program. Ambassadors at PaleoWest ae regional field leaders in archaeology who provide oversight and mentorship in field and office settings while promoting our cutting-edge digital workflow systems. Join our leadership development program where Ambassadors set the bar wherever they are working, provide leadership while building that capacity in others, and are ready to deploy for projects in a variety of settings and geographic locations. The Ambassador will act within their designated region/territory. 

    Openings: 20

    Hire Type: Full-time (Salaried) 

    Schedule: Monday–Friday, normal business hours (Flexible)

    Location: National (Remote in designated territory) 

    • Northeast: Maine, New Hampshire, Vermont, Massachusetts, Rhode Island, New York, Pennsylvania, New Jersey, and Delaware 
    • Southeast: Arkansas, Louisiana, Mississippi, Alabama, Florida, Georgia and South Carolina 
    • Southwest: Arizona, New Mexico, Texas, and Oklahoma
    • Pacific Northwest: Washington, Oregon, Idaho, Montana, Wyoming, Colorado, Utah, Nevada and Alaska
    • Pacific: California and Hawaii
    • Midwest: North Dakota, South Dakota, Nebraska, Kansas, Minnesota, Iowa, Missouri, Wisconsin, Illinois, Michigan, Indiana, Ohio, Kentucky, and Tennessee 
    • Mid-Atlantic: Maryland, District of Columbia, West Virginia, Virginia, and North Carolina 

    Job duties: 

    Ambassador

    • Act as leader to field staff for best practices in inventory, evaluation, and mitigation/data recovery  
    • Increase technical skills in digitally drafting applications, various databases, and Field Maps and teach others technical skills
    • Produce documents that aid field staff, by creating SOPs, reference guides, and learning modules/series
    • Grow professional skillset in a variety of leadership skills: goal setting, delegation, decision making, communication, time management, problem solving, relationship building, team development
    • Field Director
    • Oversee and lead archaeological crews in all manner of fieldwork, including pedestrian surveys, testing/data recovery projects, and construction monitoring
    • Provide training to new staff, including field and laboratory staff
    • Complete office work, including technical writing related to pre- and post-field activities
    • Direct collection, analysis, and interpretation of data; formulate recommendations and solutions to highly complex problems or those involving risk
    • Work with PaleoWest Team Leads, Principal Investigators, Project Managers, and other staff to implement project-specific instructions and methods
    • Observe and uphold PaleoWest’s Fieldwork Procedures and Health and Safety requirements
    • Be willing to travel and stay overnight on short- and long-term projects

    Required Qualifications:

    • Bachelor’s degree in Anthropology, Archaeology, or a closely related field 
    • One year of supervisory field experience
    • Two years of cultural resource experience within the region of potential employment
    • Valid Driver's License and reliable transportation 
    Preferred: 
    • Previous field leadership experience (Crew Chief or Field Director) and a desire for advancement within the CRM industry
    • Master’s degree in Anthropology, Archaeology, or a closely related field
    • Demonstrable knowledge of the cultural resources and field methods within that region
    • Ability to take ownership of projects and overcome challenges with problem solving and critical thinking
    • Desire to provide mentorship to colleagues and improve field methods and systems
    • Willingness to travel
    • Willingness to relocate, if applicable

    Additional Information

    PaleoWest is one of the most respected firms in the industry, with offices across the United States. If you are interested in joining our rapidly growing team of professionals, please send a resume and cover letter, including professional references and pay requirements. Pay and benefits are commensurate with experience.   

    PaleoWest participates in E-Verify to ensure all staff are authorized to work in the United States. PaleoWest 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, women, and members of the LGBTQIA+ community to apply.

    Pay Range: $48,000 - $65,000 per year

    https://www.chronicleheritage.com/careers/


  • 08/27/2023 16:27 | AAC Board Admin (Administrator)

    Position Title: Archaeology Centre Supervisor
    Department: West Campus
    Starting RateBand 5 - $25.24 - $28.70
    BenefitsSummary
    Closed Date: September 1, 2023, 5:00 PM Arizona Time

    Position Summary:

    The Archaeology Centre Supervisor supervises, coordinates and monitors operational activities in the Archaeology Centre, the campus based outdoor archaeology field classrooms and in remote and environmentally hostile field settings. Collaborates directly with faculty and the Archaeology Centre Director to coordinate and implement student field and laboratory activities in a variety of settings. Purchases and disburses College resources; approves and reconciles purchases. Interprets policies and oversees the development and implementation of procedures and protocols, coordinates with archaeology lab specialists to ensure consistency.

    The work schedule for this position is flexible and may include working evenings and weekends and local travel.

    Duties and Responsibilities:

    • Oversees daily Archaeology Centre activities in controlled indoor and extreme outdoor settings and manages workflow. Creates project schedules and monitors employee productivity. Develops, implements and evaluates goals, objectives, policies and procedures. Evaluates operations and activities for effectiveness
    • Supervises Archaeology Centre staff and prepares outdoor areas, indoor laboratories and classrooms to ensure proper safety measures are met and maintained. Coordinates with Instructional faculty to create field training exercises and develop research designs for investigating archaeological sites. Resolves conflict between lab staff, instructors and students concerning fieldwork schedules, field work preparation and necessary tools and equipment
    • Supports archaeology field, laboratory and technical classes by: designing and helping to implement classroom and field activities; providing educational assistance, preparing indoor and outdoor class activity areas, monitoring and evaluating student progress; and ensuring staff and student safety
    • Knows, understands, and ensures compliance with State, County, Tribal and municipal regulations governing the conduct of archaeological fieldwork and reporting on that fieldwork conducted during both archaeology field classes and externally contracted archaeology projects
    • Creates and maintains databases for all data gathered from field projects and laboratory analyses. Supervises the population of the database with information collected from artifact analysis. Analyzes the stored data for reporting and prepares the artifacts for curation in PCC's state regulated repository
    • Prepares agency-reviewed technical reports using data collected during field work. This includes conducting permission-restricted background research for sensitive cultural resource data available only to persons who meet the Federal qualifications as archaeologists. Ensures the reports meet municipal, tribal, state and federal regulations and standards
    • Maintains state-regulated storage conditions for artifacts and project-related materials housed in the Archaeology Centre's repository. Includes overseeing students, staff, faculty and outside professionals conducting research with collections to ensure the safety of the collections
    • Researches, develops, implements and manages all aspects of safety training for staff and students. Ensures safety of equipment and college policy and local, state, and federal laws are followed. Develops policies and advises faculty and staff on safe usage and handling materials
    • Performs all other duties and responsibilities as assigned or directed by the supervisor

    Job Requirements

    • Bachelor’s degree in Anthropology with a focus in Archaeology and
    • Three to five years of related experience and
    • Meet minimum requirements to be classified as an Archaeologist by the US Office of Personnel Management (GS-0193, pp. 9-10)

    OR

    • An equivalent combination of certification, education and experience sufficient to successfully perform the essential duties of the job such as those listed above

    Preferred

    • One to three years of work training students in archaeological field and laboratory techniques

    The ideal candidate will have the following knowledge, skills, and abilities 

    • Knowledge and application of organizational and time management principles
    • Knowledge of project management principles
    • Knowledge of archaeological field techniques in excavation and survey
    • Knowledge of archaeological laboratory techniques including typological categorization of historic and prehistoric ceramic, stone, bone, shell, glass and metal artifacts
    • Knowledge of managerial and supervisory skills
    • Ability to apply effective and accurate data analysis and interpretation skills
    • Ability to apply effective written and verbal communication skills
    • Ability to apply analytical and critical thinking skills to draw conclusions and prepare accurate reports of results
    • Ability to operate relevant equipment required to complete assigned responsibilities for the position

    Physical Requirements:

    Environment: Work is performed primarily in a standard office environment with staff contact and frequent interruptions. Work is also frequently performed in an outdoor environment with Extreme Heat.

    Physical: Primary functions require sufficient physical ability and mobility to work in an standard office setting and in an outdoor environment with rough terrain, hostile vegetation, and no paved surfaces; to stand or sit for prolonged periods of time; to frequently stoop, bend, kneel, crouch, reach, and twist; to lift, carry, push, and/or pull light to heavy (up to 50 pounds) amounts of weight; to operate office equipment requiring repetitive hand movement and fine coordination including use of a computer keyboard; may be required to travel to other locations using various modes of private and commercial transportation; and to verbally communicate to exchange information.

    Vision: Ability to see in the normal visual range with or without correction.

    Hearing: Ability to hear in the normal audio range with or without correction.

    https://pima.csod.com/ux/ats/careersite/8/home/requisition/2323?c=pima

  • 08/25/2023 21:31 | AAC Board Admin (Administrator)

    Job Number: 23-913
    Job Type: Full-Time Regular
    Department: Cultural Resources
    City: Sacaton, AZ
    Location: 192 S. Skill Center Rd. Bldg. 200
    Area of Interest: Cultural Resources
    Salary/ Hourly Rate: Range $42,123.20 - $52,654.00 Salary
    Tribal Driving Permit Required: Yes

    DISTINGUISHING FEATURES OF THE CLASS:

    The Archeologist assists with archaeological field research projects conducted by the Cultural Resources Management Program for the Gila River Indian Community. This position participates in aspects of archaeological monitoring, survey and excavation projects.

    ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS:

    • Assist in surveying and excavating prehistoric and historic archaeological sites.
    • Assist in training new archaeological crew members.
    • Assist archaeological crew members in filling and completing survey and excavation forms.
    • Check specimen bags from survey and excavation collections to ensure information has been accurately filled out and assign specimen numbers. 
    • Assist in keeping track of field equipment, filling out vehicle maintenance forms, and reporting to supervisor when equipment and vehicle needs repair.
    • Assist in preparing site maps, site forms and excavation forms.
    • Participate in classroom, laboratory and field training to increase knowledge about archaeology and improve basic job skills.
    • Perform other related duties as assigned.

    REQUIRED KNOWLEDGE, SKILL AND ABILITY:

    • Knowledge of HuHuKam and/or southwest archaeology.

    • Knowledge of prehistoric and historic artifacts.
    • Ability to complete relevant field forms, track specimen numbers/forms/artifact bags, undertake trench profiling and feature excavations and documentation.
    • Ability to carry out basic surveying and excavation methods e.g., use compass, protractor, line level, tape measure and maps. 
    • Ability to communicate effectively verbally and in writing. 
    • Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with other employees, Community Officials and the general public.
    • Ability to perform all physical requirements of the position; agree to maintain a Drug-free workplace.

    REQUIRED EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:

    • Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university in Anthropology, Archaeology, Southwestern Archaeology or a closely related field and one (1) year experience in archaeological field work which included surveys and excavations, or any combination of education, training, and/or experience which demonstrates the ability to perform the functions of the position. 

    • Associate’s degree from an accredited college or university in Anthropology, Archaeology, Southwestern Archaeology or a closely related field and two (2) years experience in archaeological field work which included surveys and excavations, or any combination of education, training, and/or experience which demonstrates the ability to perform the functions of the position.

    • High School diploma or GED and four (4) years experience in archaeological field work which included surveys and excavations.

    ADDITIONAL REQUIREMENT:

    Required to obtain a Tribal Operator’s permit. Valid state driver’s license with a current proof of driving record for the past 39 months will be required to qualify for a tribal driving permit. Proof of driving record must be submitted with application and must not be more than 60 days old from the date of submission of the application.

    https://www.gilariver.org/index.php/opportunities/jobs


  • 08/21/2023 21:49 | AAC Board Admin (Administrator)

    At AECOM, we’re delivering a better world.

    We believe infrastructure creates opportunity for everyone. Whether it’s improving your commute, keeping the lights on, providing access to clean water or transforming skylines, our work helps people and communities thrive.

    Our clients trust us to bring together the best people, ideas, technical expertise and digital solutions to our work in transportation, buildings, water, the environment and new energy. We’re one global team – 47,000 strong – driven by a common purpose to deliver a better world.

    Here, you will have freedom to grow in a world of opportunity.

    We will give you the flexibility you need to do your best work with hybrid work options. Whether you’re working from an AECOM office, remote location or at a client site, you will be working in a dynamic environment where your integrity, entrepreneurial spirit and pioneering mindset are championed.

    You will help us foster a culture of equity, diversity and inclusion – a safe and respectful workplace, where we invite everyone to bring their whole selves to work using their unique talents, backgrounds and expertise to create transformational outcomes for our clients.

    We will encourage you to grow and develop your career with us through our technical and professional development programs and diverse career opportunities. We believe in leadership at all levels. No matter where you sit in the organization you can make a lasting impact on the projects you work on, the teams and committees you join and our business.

    We offer competitive pay and benefits, well-being programs to support you and your family, and the development resources you need to advance your career.

    When you join us, you will connect and collaborate with a global network of experts – planners, designers, engineers, scientists, consultants, program and construction managers – leading the change toward a more sustainable and equitable future.  Join us and let’s get started.

    Job Description

    AECOM is seeking a mid-level Archaeologist to join our Cultural Resource Team in our Phoenix, AZ office. Candidates could work on a variety of cultural resource survey and archaeological monitoring and excavation projects in the Southwest. This is a full-time position. Candidates must be able to work effectively in field, office, and laboratory settings as part of a team and under the supervision of senior cultural resource specialists.

    The salary range for this position is: $50,000 – 72,0000 per year.

    Responsibilities for this position include but are not limited to:

    • Conducting archaeological survey, monitoring, and excavations.
    • Documenting archaeological and historical resources; must be able to take accurate field notes, complete forms, and draw accurate profiles and plan view sketches.
    • Using digital devices to record field data.
    • Using a digital camera to photo-document artifacts, features, and sites and keeping an accurate photo log.
    • Proficiency with standard word processing (Word) and workbook (Excel) software.
    • Writing site descriptions and contributions to reports.
    • Processing artifacts (washing, labeling, and cataloging) and performing basic analysis of artifacts.
    • Consulting with a supervisor about unusual problems.

    About AECOM’s Environment Business Line

    Join AECOM to be part of an expert global team who is connected through a well-developed, worldwide, internal technical practice network through which you can learn from and brainstorm with the best in the world. AECOM is an industry-leading, world class environmental firm, and we want you to succeed within it.  We respect and encourage your own pathway to excellence via our Freedom to Grow initiative.

    AECOM is known for our award-winning technical excellence, leading-edge science and innovative project delivery. We provide sustainable solutions for some of the world’s most challenging issues. Our global clients and their projects are diverse and interesting. They span market sectors and geographies and require innovative technical solutions to solve wide-ranging environmental problems within diverse community profiles.

    AECOM’s Sustainable Legacies program describes our approach to the environment, social equity and governance (ESG.) We embed sustainability throughout our business and help clients embed sustainable practices into their work. We help clients reduce their impact on the environment, achieve compliance and reduce risks.

    Qualifications

    Minimum Qualifications:

    • BA in Anthropology/Archaeology or closely related field plus 2 years of relevant experience or demonstrated equivalency of experience and/or education conducting archaeological survey, monitoring, and excavations.
    • Must possess a valid driver's license and clean driving record.
    • Must be open to occasional in-state travel for 8 to 10-day field sessions.
    • Ability to perform manual work in outdoor environments with uneven terrain and variable conditions including heat, cold, moisture, and dryness; working alone in isolated/remote areas; performing repetitive bending and stooping, standing/walking, power gripping (hand tools, levers, etc.), and fine hand movements; lifting 25 to 75 pounds; wearing personal protective equipment, including safety glasses/goggles, gloves, safety shoes/boots, hard hat, long-sleeve shirts, and snake guards; working with arms above shoulder level; climbing ladders or stairs and working at heights or in confined spaces; working safely around heavy, moving, dangerous equipment; operating of vehicles; and performing keyboard/mouse operations

    Preferred Qualifications:

    • Completed archaeology field school.
    • Prior experience with implementing archaeological fieldwork logistics, protocols, and data collection.
    • 4+ years of experience in archaeological survey and excavation fieldwork and analysis in the Southwest 
    • Knowledge and understanding of equipment and technology used to collect and record archaeological data, including GPS applications and Microsoft applications.
    • Experience with geographical information systems software.
    • Strong attention to detail, with proven ability to follow specific instructions.
    • Ability to write well, including artifact, feature, site, and landscape descriptions.
    • Ability to effectively communicate verbally and in writing with other project staff.
    • General familiarity with cultural resource management protocols and processes, including compliance with the National Historic Preservation Act and National Environmental Policy Act.
    • Some experience with conducting laboratory analysis of both prehistoric and historic material.
    • CPR/First Aid and OSHA 10 Training.

    Additional Information

    • U.S. Citizenship is required for this role.

    With infrastructure investment accelerating worldwide, our services are in great demand, and there’s never been a better time to be at AECOM! Join us, and you’ll get all the benefits of being a part of a global, publicly traded firm – access to industry-leading technology and thinking and transformational work with big impact and work flexibility.

    AECOM provides a wide array of compensation and benefits programs to meet the diverse needs of our employees and their families. We also provide a robust global well-being program. We’re the world’s trusted global infrastructure firm, and we’re in this together – your growth and success are ours too.

    As an Equal Opportunity Employer, we believe in each person’s potential, and we’ll help you reach yours.

    Join us and let’s get started.

    https://jobs.smartrecruiters.com/AECOM2/743999925362504-archaeologist-ii

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