Topic ID #14527 - posted 10/25/2011 8:55 PM

Recent Graduate BA in Archaeology Looking for Work in New England



chelsyb

I am currently located in RI but would consider moving within New England. References are available upon request.

Chelsy Brindley

(774) 272 1402

chelsyb@bu.edu

Professional Objective

To work in an entry level archaeological field technician position to expand my knowledge of my field 

Education

Boston University, Boston, MA

Bachelor of Archaeology, September 2011

Dean’s List (Spring 2007)

Related Coursework

    Archaeological Methods and Theory               Paleoethnobotany

    Archaeological Ethics and Law               Mohegan Field School

    

Related Experience

University of Connecticut/Mohegan Archaeological Field School (Student), Uncasville, CT

    Learned about locating and excavating an unknown Native American archaeological site. Included pedestrian surveying of the site, excavating shovel test pits, test pit mapping, unit excavations, unit mapping, taking detailed excavation notes, use of the Munsell soil     charts, ability to identify soil types, sample sorting and organization

    (6/10-7/10)

Mohegan Tribal Cultural Resource Management (Field technician), Uncasville, CT

    Performed pedestrian surveys, assisted in organizing and laying out site grids, excavated shovel test pits, test pit mapping, unit excavations, unit mapping, unit paperwork, sample labeling, sorting and organizing, preparing, floting and sorting flotation samples, other lab work

    (7/10-9/10)

Trained to use a Dausman Flote-Tech Model A flotation machine

    Knowledgable in running samples and cleaning the machine







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