My responsibilities as an archaeologist at Public Archaeology Lab (PAL) were to conduct Phase I and II examinations in accordance with Section 106. This involved digging, examining and extensive recording of shovel test pits and excavation units. Often working in self-managed pairs, this job required time management, communication skills as well as professional knowledge about local materials, tool types, local soil and geography.
- Archaeologist at Public Archaeology Lab LLC
- Archaeological Field Technician at Monadnock Archaeological Consulting LLC
- Archaeological Field Technician at Gray & Pape Inc
- Server at Central Kitchen
1 month at this Job
- BA in History & Archaeology - History & Archaeology
As a research archaeologist for the Louisiana Public Archaeology Lab at ULL, I conducted cultural resource surveys and produced detailed technical reports on behalf of the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) / Natural Resources
Conservation Service (NRCS).
Duties, Accomplishments, and Related Skills:
• Knowledge of the National Historic Preservation Act (NHPA), Section 106 requirements; applied Federal Historic Preservation laws in the performance of fieldwork.
• Familiarity with the National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) requirements.
• Large-scale, Phase I surveys and small-scale reconnaissance surveys.
• Co-authored detailed technical reports following standards established by the Louisiana Division of Archaeology.
• Performed necessary research to classify, authenticate, and describe historic artifacts.
• Mapped site features using GPS, prepared maps and overlays using GIS software.
• Produced graphics using Adobe Photoshop and Illustrator.
• Analyzed and cataloged historic artifact collection and conducted research to obtain pertinent catalog data.
• Operated digital SLR cameras in combination with desktop studio lighting and other aids to photo-document historic artifact collection.
• Input and extracted information from spreadsheets/database for reporting purposes.
• Completed Defensive Driver Training.
- Research Archaeologist at University of Louisiana
- Archaeological Field Technician at Coastal Environments, Inc
- Archaeology & Collections Intern at NCPTT
- Archaeological Field Technician at Coastal Environments, INC.
1 year, 2 months at this Job
- Graduate Certificate - Historic Preservation
- - Advanced Field Methods
- Bachelor's - Anthropology
Performs Phase I, II, III archaeological excavations on various sites across the greater NJ region. My jobs range from performing shovel tests to unit excavations, as well as soil and artifact analysis, paperwork, and screen repair. I also do deed research and assist in report writing.
- Archaeologist at Maser Consulting
- Archaeologist I at AECOM
- Adjunct Professor at Rowan College at Burlington County
- Archaeologist I at Rowan College at Burlington County
3 months at this Job
- Master of Arts in Public Anthropology - Archaeology Tract
- Bachelor of Arts in Anthropology - Cultural Anthropology and Historic Archaeology Focuses
- - educational activities for children visiting the museum
- High School Diploma
- Associate of Science
- Second Degree Black Belt - archaeology
- Master of Arts in Anthropology - Anthropology
Conduct all aspects of archaeological survey and reporting, including field research, data collection, inventory, analysis site recording, archaeological testing, and data recovery. Perform archaeological evaluation, and survey and excavation reports, site recording forms, research designs, permit applications, and other technical documents. Execute business development strategies through the preparation of proposals and statements of qualifications, presentations to clients, and active engagement in professional networking activities. * Use UAVs and traditional archaeological surveys and investigations to execute surveying and mapping of archaeological sites. * Deliver lectures and programs to promote public awareness of archaeology, heritage, and historical sites. * Provide value-added damage assessments, recommendations, and strategies to protect heritage sites and historic cemeteries.
- ARCHAEOLOGIST at Icarus Archaeology LLC
- ARCHAEOLOGIST at Gardner Historical Museum
- ARCHAEOLOGIST at Missouri's Civil War Heritage Foundation
- ARCHAEOLOGIST at Kansas Anthropological Association
8 months at this Job
- Master of Science - Geographic Information Systems
- Bachelor of Arts - Historic Archaeology and Heritage Preservation
AR - contract job
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- archaeologist, field technician at Flat Earth Archeology
- Elementary and Middle School and High School Teacher Berkeley School - San Isidro at Berkley Prep
1 month at this Job
- M.A. - Archaeology - accredited in USA
- B.A. degree - Anthropology /Sociology
• Technical Report Writing
- Archaeologist at Corn Island Archaeology, LLC
- Project Manager at Environment & Archaeology, LLC
- Project Manager at Ball State University
- Archaeological Field Director at Ball State University
3 months at this Job
- M.A. - Anthropology
• Worked with a group to meet deadlines
• Processed data to turn into usable reports
• Work in face paced environments where decision making was critical
• Worked with crew leaders to develop effective safety plans
• Conducted interviews with landowners to get relevant historical information.
• Filled out daily safety material for crews
• Worked on military installations
• Found creative and effecting solutions to difficult problems
• Worked as a rodman on many archaeological sites, familiar with basic surveying techniques and total station function September 2014-Present
- Archaeologist at various companies
- Assistant to the Professor at Southern Illinois University Edwardsville
4 years, 4 months at this Job
- Bachelor of Arts - Anthropology
- - surveying
Lead and participate in Phase 1 and Phase 3 CRM projects (to include paleolithic site). Phase 1 surveys conducted throughout Florida and specializing in South Florida sites. Ability to exceed shovel test quota on daily basis and physical ability to access typically inaccessible locations deep in Florida Everglades/swamps. Familiar with NAGPRA and corresponding laws and regulations in respect to Native Americans/ 1st Nation peoples.
- Archaeologist at Janus Research
- Assistant Teach at South County Career Center
- Unique Needs Aide at ESE
1 year, 8 months at this Job
- Bachelor's of Arts in Anthropology - Anthropology
- Associate of Arts - Education/Teaching
2987 Prospector Drive
Casper, WY 82604 United States
10/2005 - Present
Hours per week: 40
Series: 0460 Grade: GS11
District /Zone Forester
Duties, Accomplishments and Related Skills:
● Led interdisciplinary resource team, which included: archaeologist, wildlife biologist, recreation specialist, and range specialist, as team lead, in developing and writing Environmental Analysis documents and plans for 5 forest management areas encompassing 150,000 acres.
● Executed forests inventories for stand improvements (35-100 acres annually), forest product sales (200-1 mmbf annually), forest/fuels hazard reduction in urban interface areas (50-100 acres) annually, and stewardship contracting. Maintain and update the TSIS (Timber Sale Information System) for all products and the FBMS (Financial Business and Management System database).
● Collaborated with parks and recreation, counties, landowners, agencies, and ranchers for access design and implementation of forest/fuels treatments, including 20+ miles of fuel breaks within the Casper Mountain community and Muddy Mountain that has 850+homes and structures including recreational campsites, 2 ski areas, shooting ranges, and numerous recreation trails. This would allow protection for central portion of mountains not affected by major wildfires in 2006 and 2011.
● Established goals, mentored, and trained seasonal employees, interns, and work groups ( Americorp and Wind River Reservation Youth) annually in timber cruising, establishing boundaries, and Arcmap to accomplish forest health goals and fuels reduction activities.
● Team with the school district and National Historic Trails Center to create environmental programs on the mountains, including Hands on the Lands, Take it Outside, and Project Learning Tree with 2-4 programs per year.
● Assist resource staff to develop monitoring plots for rangeland health, wildlife annual sage grouse counts, bald eagle counts, vegetation treatments for multiple wildlife species, and hydrologic stream flow.
● Assisted in planning and rehabilitating areas burned by wildfires, including designing maps, contracts, and implementing projects on the ground for regeneration, erosion control, and plant and noxious weed monitoring on the Squaw Mountain Fire, the Sheepherder Fire, and the Jackson Canyon Fire on 500+ acres.
● Construct contracting packages annually for multiple timber sales and projects, by developing statements of work, mapping and represented the government with inspections and oversight.
● Analyze geospatial data in Arcmap on a daily basis for creating working maps and data for environmental assessments, project contracts, and timber sales, and presentations. Supervisor: Rhen Etzelmiller (307-261-7600) Okay to contact this Supervisor: Yes
- archaeologist, wildlife at Bureau of Land Management
- Forester/Fuels Specialist at Bureau of Land Management
- Raw Materials Representative at Weyerhaeuser Timber Corporation
- Supervisor at Jackson County Forestry and Parks
13 years, 3 months at this Job
- Bachelor's Degree in Forestry - Forestry
• Worked on the University of Southampton's terrestrial archaeological excavation in Fiumicino,Italy.
• Furthered experience in cleaning archaeological structures, writing context sheets, processingfinds, archaeological illustration, and photogrammetry.
• Received praise for detailed site drawings
- Archaeologist at Portus Field School
- Paraprofessional Special Education at Brookshire Elementary
- Paraprofessional at Brookshire Elementary
- Archaeologist at PASO 2016 Archaeological Dig, University
1 month at this Job
- Master's - Maritime Archaeology
- Bachelor of Arts - Marine Affairs