The individual must interact with people at all levels and must have strong communication skills. Strong computer skills, detail-oriented, self-starter, problem solver, leadership, organizational, communication, and interpersonal skills are essential. Willingness to assist with interdisciplinary duties that may be needed to deliver quality services on schedule.
•A Masters degree in anthropology or archaeology is required.
•A minimum of 2-5 years of field work, with at least one year of supervisory experience is required.
•Northern Plains field archaeology experience is highly desired.
•Experience with writing and producing professional quality reports is expected.
•Experience with GPS.
•Commitment to flexible assignments and work schedule.
The Archaeologist II functions as a Field Director and Senior Crew Chief and must be fully Secretary of the Interior qualified. Responsibilities in the field include coordinating field work with multiple Principal Investigators, leading field crews, training crew chiefs. Additional responsibilities include providing communication with the company Principal Investigators, assisting with scheduling crews in a dynamic and fast-paced work environment, ability to stick to the project schedule and budget, writing and producing reports detailing the results of the fieldwork, and assisting with making recommendations to federal agencies and clients regarding the status of cultural resources identified during fieldwork. Travel is an essential aspect of this position, with the expectation of extended time in the field during the field season.
•Have the ability to direct and manage a multi-disciplinary work team in the field with competence, while understanding budgetary restraints relevant to each project.
•Must be familiar with all aspects of archaeological research, fieldwork, and analysis including pedestrian survey, testing, excavation, archival research, GIS mapping, and GPS data collection.
Regularly work in extreme weather conditions and terrain.
Perform research, data collection, and analysis of resource impacts associated with cultural and natural resources.
•Provide archaeology services with accuracy, on time and under budget.
•Provide quality control on all project work.
•Maintain project correspondence, records, field notes and copy or file accordingly.
•Attend project-related meetings as needed, attendance at evening meetings may be required.
•Generate computerized tables of collected data using standard formats.
•Coordinate findings with work of other field personnel, clients, and others concerned with the project.
•Operate the equipment and instruments required for the collection or distribution of field data.
•Utilize excellent writing and communication skills, Microsoft Office programs, and various mapping software.
•Transmit survey data to the proper files in the computer network and be able to retrieve the data for later field use.
•Provide all services in a legal and ethical manner.
•Exercise independent thinking, creativity, and initiative in the performance of these duties.
•Perform all responsibilities with attention to detail and deadlines.
•Must project a professional, positive attitude and exercise confidentiality.
•Work effectively both independently and as team member.
•Understand, interpret, participate in, and implement company-mandated safety policies.
•Travel may be required; may work overtime. Able to work Saturdays, Sundays, and overtime, if needed.
•Work is scheduled on a weekly basis; however, this may change depending upon client and project needs.
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