Topic ID #20670 - posted 6/15/2012 12:00 PM

MA w/ 4 yrs survey exp. seeks tech or crew chief position in NW US


Name:        Mary Leinart
Location:    Seattle, WA

MA, European Historical Archaeology, University of Sheffield, UK (2003)
MA Hons, Mediaeval History and Archaeology, University of St Andrews, UK (2001)

Field School: Anglo-Saxon Cemetery Site, Whitton, UK (2002)


Archaeological Monitor, Downtown Port Angeles, WA
Employer:    City of Port Angeles, WA
Dates:        February - April, July 2011

Field Technician, Phase I survey, Fort Pickett, VA
Employer:    Michael Baker Jr. Inc., Moon Township, PA
Dates:        April - September 2010

Field Technician, Phase I survey, VA, AR, KY, TN & NY.
Employer:    The Louis Berger Group, Inc., Richmond, VA
Dates:        July - December 2009

Field Technician & Lab Assistant, Phase I survey, Monticello Plantation, VA
Employer:    Monticello Department of Archaeology, Charlottesville, VA
Dates:        March - April 2009

Field Technician & Crew Chief (A2), Phase I, II, III survey, REX/Caprock pipeline, OH
Employer:    R. Christopher Goodwin & Associates, Inc., Frederick, MD
Dates:        October 2006 - November 2008

Field Technician, Phase II survey, historic landfill, Seattle, WA
Employer:    BOAS, Inc., Seattle, WA
Dates:        July - August 2006

Field Technician, Phase III survey, NW Colorado desert
Employer:    Alpine Archaeology Consultants, Inc., Montrose, CO
Dates:        June 2006

Field Technician, Phase III survey, burial site, Downtown Miami, FL
Employer:    Archaeological and Historical Conservancy, Inc., Davie, FL
Dates:    January - May 2006

Field Technician (Volunteer), Phase II survey, Blansby Park, England
Employer:    Dr Andrew Jones, York Archaeological Trust Education Officer, York, UK
Dates:        November & December 2005

Volunteer, WWII public outreach exhibit, York, England
Employer:    York Archaeological Trust, York, UK
Dates:        October - November 2005

Field Technician, Children's Dig Coordinator, Finds Assistant (Volunteer), Phase III survey, Bamburgh, England
Employer:    Bamburgh Research Project, Bamburgh, UK
Dates:        June – August 2005

Field Technician (Volunteer), Phase I survey, Rutland, VT
Employer:    Hartgen Archaeology, Rutland, VT
Dates:        May 2005

Field Technician (Field School), Phase I, II, III survey, Anglo-Saxon burial site, Whitton, England
Employer:    Department of Archaeology, University of Sheffield, UK
Dates:         July - August 2002

Lab Assistant (Volunteer), University of Sheffield, England
Employer:    Osteology Lab, Archaeology Department, University of Sheffield, UK
Dates:        October - November 2001

Field Technician (Volunteer), Phase III survey, Fort Benton, MT
Employer:    Gar Wood & Associates, Loma, MT
Dates:        July 1995 & July 1996


- Use of Trimble GPS units
- Spread sheets and data entry
- Writing, typing, and copy editing
- Compass survey
- Site mapping and drawing
- Human remains identification (including fetal remains)
- Driving manual transmission vehicles
- Filling out paperwork to a high degree of accuracy and detail
- Public outreach, especially working with kids

Please contact me for my references.


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