EDR Employment Opportunity

From:  EDR Human Resources
Date:  April 22, 2016
Reference:  Employment Opportunity – Project Archaeologist

Project Archaeologist
Environmental Design & Research, Landscape Architecture, Engineering, & Environmental Services, D.P.C. (EDR) is seeking an experienced, versatile, team oriented Project Archaeologist to join our Environmental Services Division. The qualified candidate will have 3-5 years of experience directing archaeological field projects in New York, the northeast, and/or mid-Atlantic states; strong writing skills and demonstrated ability to prepare cultural resources report; familiarity with both pre-contact (Native American) and historic-period archaeological sites and artifacts; and a working understanding of federal and state regulatory processes (e.g., NEPA, Section 106, Section 14.09, SEQRA). In addition, this position will require regular use of Trimble GPS, ArcGIS and office-based data processing, ability to travel (locally and out of state when required), ability to work outdoors in all kinds of weather, physical endurance to conduct archaeological field surveys in remote and challenging environments, ability to carry equipment (shovel and screen, GPS unit, cameras) while conducting fieldwork, ability to read and understand maps, and ability to prepare field records and drawings. The successful candidate must also have strong leadership skills, work well with other disciplines in a team environment, and be able to negotiate multiple concurrent projects. Must have a minimum BA/BS degree (MA/MS preferred) in anthropology, history, or related field.

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Wesleyan University POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT

 

TITLE: Archaeological Collections Manager
DEPARTMENT: Academic Affairs
 
TYPICAL DUTIES: Under the general direction of the Provost and the supervision of the Dean of Social Sciences, the Archaeological Collections Manager is responsible for collections management and for working with faculty and students to facilitate their use of the collections. The incumbent serves as the University’s Repatriation Coordinator, maintaining Wesleyan’s compliance with the Native American Graves Protection and Repatriation Act (NAGPRA).
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