Topic ID #20747 - posted 6/18/2012 11:37 AM

Ph.D. Candidate looking for full-time archaeology position



josalyn

I am seeking full-time employment within the discipline of archaeology. I presently reside in Albany, New York, however I am more than willing to relocate. I am an anthropological archaeologist with extensive international and domestic archaeological experience. I have a Bachelors of Arts and a Master of Arts in anthropology, both from Trent University in Ontario, Canada. I am currently an anthropology Ph.D. candidate at the University at Albany (SUNY), who will be graduating this fall. I have substantial CRM experience in the State of New York, as well as on the Northwest coast in British Columbia, and in Ontario, Canada. I have been seasonally employed with New York State Museum’s Cultural Resource Survey Program (CRSP) for the last 6 years.

Having been involved in archaeology for almost 20 years, I am very well versed in the established principles, methods and techniques of archaeological investigation, survey and excavation. I have both domestic and international experience in archaeology, including associations with research focused projects governed by higher educational institutions; cultural resource management investigations, state level museum contracts; and in the direction and the instruction of archaeological field schools. I have been involved in all stages of investigation from research design to reconnaissance survey, data recovery and mitigation. I have worked on various archaeological site types, ranging from lithic scatters and archaic camp sites to Late Woodland Prehistoric village sites; from Precolumbian Maya Towns to Historic American homesteads, privies and battlefields. The projects and contracts I have worked on have been commissioned by companies of various sizes, including independent land owners and condominium development corporations; and  town, state and federally mandated/funded projects. I also have extensive experience working on research projects funded by large granting agencies and on University directed archaeological field schools.

 My broad range of archaeological experience includes being well versed in artifact analyses, most specifically lithic analysis, but also including shell and ceramic analysis. Moreover, I have extensive experience with all stages of artifact recording, data entry and analysis. I have designed project based field and laboratory recording forms and artifact inventories and databases. Moreover, I have extensive experience with data analysis.

 I seek to cooperate and collaborate with members of my workplace, other archaeological organizations and professional businesses and agencies, as well as the public, in order to better understand, interpret and preserve our archaeological resources. I am aware that archaeology is constantly changing, and do not shy away from learning new skills and procedures. Throughout my life I have worked in various capacities with peoples of a range of different soci- economic, cultural and ethnic backgrounds, nationalities, ages and (dis)abilities. I am highly motivated, dedicated and organized, and work well independently and with others. I do not shy away from challenging situations or from taking charge.

My extensive experience with all avenues and types of archaeological research has allowed me to become a well-rounded archaeologist who understands the individual needs and demands of the client, the governing bodies, the discipline, the cultural resources and the establishment I represent. I am patient and meticulous and rise to all challenges. I am a highly motivated and dedicated individual, who not only sees archaeology as her career, but loves the discipline and practice.

Josalyn M. Ferguson

 CONTACT INFORMATION                                                            PERSONAL DATA

Email: Josalyn_ferguson@yahoo.com                              Place of Birth:  Toronto, Ont., Canada

Skype: josalyn.ferguson                                                   Citizenship:      Canadian/U.S. Permanent Resident

                                                                                                                                                          

EDUCATION

  • Ph.D. in Anthropology (specializing in Archaeology), State University of New York at Albany.  Albany, New York. U.S.A. Graduating December 2012.   
  • Masters of Arts in. Anthropology, Trent University, Peterborough, Ontario, Canada.
  • Bachelor Of Arts (Honors) in Anthropology, Trent University, Peterborough, Ontario, Canada.

 DOCTORAL DISSERTATION

Migration and Resettlement in the Wake of the Maya “Collapse”: Processes and Evidence from a Terminal Classic Period Site in Northern Belize.

 MASTER OF ARTS IN ANTHROPOLOGY THESIS

The Ballgame at Baking Pot: An Analysis of the Ballcourts at a Maya Civic Centre.

SKILLS

Investigative, Management and Documentation skills

  •  Identify and record historic and prehistoric artifacts, cultural features and architectural constructions
  • Have been responsible for all levels of archaeological investigation
  • Experienced technical, proposal and report writer; editor
  • Background researcher, site file searches
  • Develop and manage budgets, recording forms, databases
  • Hire and supervise staff
  • Laboratory Management
  • Interact with clients, landowners and staff patiently, effectively and respectfully
  • Very personable and at ease interviewing individuals

Artifact Analysis

Lithic Artifact Specialist

  • Identification of flake and tool types, analysis of use wear; understanding of production and recycling events.

·         Shell Artifact Specialist

  • Artifact and use identification, mollesc species identification.

 ·         Ceramic Analysis

  • Experienced with type-variety and techno-stylistic analyses for the purposes of identifying known and unknown ceramic types, variations in ceramics types, recipes and morphologies.

 Computer Proficiency

  •  Word
  •  Excel
  •  PowerPoint
  •  Photoshop
  •  Endnote
  •  Some experience with Access

 Survey

  •  Experience with identification and mapping of architectural, topographic and cultural features
  • Familiar with Topcon total station and data collector
  • GPS
  • Compass and tape sketch mapping
  • Documentation through description, mapping and photography of cultural features

    Language Proficiency

    • Native Language: English
    • Second Language: *effective* in speaking and reading in Spanish

    EMPLOYMENT AND RESEARCH EXPERIENCE

    Cultural Resource Survey

    Cultural Resource Survey Program/New York State Museum/New York State Education Dept.

    Education Specialist/Archaeologist /Field Technician /Lab Assistant/Researcher

    Seasonally April 2006-December 2011

    Director: Dr. Christina Reith

    Cultural resource management (Phase I-III) in various locations around the State of New York; background research, site file searches, assist in report writing; lab assistance. Albany, NY


    Ministry of Tourism and Culture (Province of Ontario)

    Archaeological Field Assistant, spring 2011

    Director: Jim Sherratt

    Cultural Resource Management at Skandatut site. Metropolitan Toronto, Ontario, Canada

     

    Millennia Research

    Archaeologist, Researcher, Report Writer

    Fall 1995-Spring 1996

    Director: Morley Eldrige

    Cultural resource survey, data recovery, impact assessment, archaeological overview assessment, report research and writing, covering various sites and locations around the province of British Columbia, Canada. Sidney, British Columbia, Canada

     

    Northeast Anthropology, journal published through Department of Anthropology, University at Albany

    Associate Editor October 2005-April 2006

    Director: Dr. Sean Rafferty

    Management of handing over of journal publication and responsibilities from the University at Binghamton (SUNY) to University at Albany. Albany, New York

     

    Research Focused Employment/Experience

    Cave component of the Social Archaeology Research Project

    Field Director Summer 2010

    Directors: Dr.’s Jaime Awe, Holley Moyes & Gyles Iannone

    Large Multidisciplinary Research project focusing on environmental and social issues surrounding the Maya collapse and the Terminal Classic period. Site of Minanha, Cayo District, Belize.


    Champotón Regional Archaeological Settlement Survey

    Field Assistant 2005, 2007, 2009; Lab Director 2005, 2007-2009

    Director: Jerald Ek

    Research project, involving regional settlement survey, excavation and artifact analysis. Champotón, Campeche, Mexico.

     

    San Estevan Archaeological Project

    Lab Director/Camp Manger 2005; Camp Manager 2008.

    Director: Dr. Robert Rosenswig

    Direction, organization and management of field lab; overseeing student involvement in lab aspect of UAlbany’s archaeological field school and research project. Site of San Estevan, San Estevan, Belize, Central America.



    Economic Foundation of Mayapan Project

    Survey Crew, Field Assistant

    2001, 2002 Field Seasons

    Director: Dr. Marilyn Masson

    Settlement survey of site and periphery

    Site of Mayapán, Yucatan, Mexico.

     

    Belize Postclassic Project

    Assistant Project Director (2002), Field Director (2001), Field Assistant (2000)

    Director: Dr. Marilyn Masson

    Direction of UAlbany field school, running of field project, direction of excavations, settlement survey & lab work. Sites include:  Strath Bogue, Progresso Shore, & Caye Coco, Belize, Central America.

     

    Western Belize Regional Cave Project

    Assistant Field Director/Senior Field School Supervisor

    1998-2000 Field Seasons

    Director: Dr. Jaime Awe

    Direction and supervision of excavations at various sites and student involvement in research project; teaching of components of archaeological field school.

    Sites include: Actun Uayazba Kab, Actun Chapat, Actun Tunichil Muknul, Cahal Witz Na, Actun Halal Cayo District, Belize, Central America.

     

    Belize Valley Archaeological Reconnaissance Project.

    Senior Field Supervisor, Field school Assistant

    1997 Field Season

    Director: Dr. Jaime Awe

    Direction and supervision of the excavation of a Ballcourt at the site of Baking Pot, teaching of components of archaeological University of New Hampshire’s archaeological field school. San Ignacio, Belize, Central America.

     

    Social Archaeology Research Programme.

    Field School Teaching Assistant, Senior Supervisor

    1996-1997 Field Seasons

    Director: Dr. Gyles Iannone

    Direction and supervision of the excavations of a Ballcourt at the site of X-ual-canil, teaching of components of Trent University’s archaeological field school. San Ignacio, Belize Central America.

     

    Preclassic Maya Project

    Field Supervisor

    1995 Field Season

    Directors: Dr.’s Paul Healy and Jaime Awe

    Direction and supervision of the excavation and analysis of a Ballcourt at the site of Cahal Pech

    San Ignacio, Belize, Central America.

     

    Belize Valley Archaeological Reconnaissance Project.

    Field Supervisor, Field school Assistant

    1993-1994 Field Seasons

    Director: Dr. Jaime Awe

    Direction and supervision of excavation at the sites in the periphery of the site of Cahal Pech, teaching of components of Trent University’s archaeological field school. San Ignacio, Belize, Central America.

     

    Research Assistantships

    For Dr. Marilyn Masson – The Economic Foundations of Mayapán project/book preparation, University at Albany (Fall 2003–Spring 2004).

     For Dr. Lawrence Schell - Children’s Environmental Health Studies (CEHS), University at Albany, Summer 2003.

     TEACHING EXPERIENCE

    Courses Taught (all at University at Albany)

    Anthropology 104:  Introduction to Archaeology (3 credits) (Summer 2009)

    Anthropology 233:  Aztec, Inca, Maya (3 credits) (Summer 2004)

    Anthropology 338: Archaeological Field Research (6 credits) (Summer 2002)

    Anthropology 335: Archaeological Field Methods (3 credits) (Summer 2001)

     

    Lab Sections Taught

    Anthropology 104: Introduction to Archaeology Lab Section

     

    Teaching Assistantships

    Anthropology 119: Human Health and the City. University at Albany (Fall 1999, Spring 2003).

    Anthropology 104: Introduction to Archaeology. University at Albany (Spring 2000, Fall 2001, Fall 2004).

    Anthropology 433:  Mesoamerican Archaeology. University at Albany (Fall 2000).

    Anthropology 330Q/334: Ancient Cities. University at Albany (Spring 2001, 2002).

    Anthropology 212: Introduction to Archaeology,          Trent University, Canada (Fall 1996-Spring 1998).    

     

    SELECTED ARTICLES

    In prep   In the Shadow of Colha? The Terminal Classic Lithic Assemblage of the Strath Bogue site, Northern Belize. Paper to be submitted for publication.

     In prep  The Terminal Classic Progresso Ceramic Complex from Strath Bogue, Belize. Paper to be submitted for publication.

    In prep Evidence of an Archaic Occupation at Strath Bogue, Belize Paper to be submitted for Publication.

     2006    Recent Investigations of the Strath Bogue site, Corozal District: A Possible Terminal Classic Immigrant Community. Archaeological Investigations in the Eastern Maya Lowlands. Papers of the 2005 Belize Archaeology Symposium, Vol. 3, edited by Sherilne Jones, Jaime Awe and Christophe Helmke, pp. 329-341. Research Reports in Belizean Archaeology, Institute of Archaeology, NICH, Belize.

     2003    Continued Investigations (2002) of the Terminal Classic Strath Bogue Site (PR10), Corozal District, Belize. In Belize Postclassic Project 2002:Investigation of the Shore Settlements of Progresso Lagoon, and San Estevan, edited by Josalyn M. Ferguson, Maxine H. Oland and Marilyn A. Masson, pp. 46-99. Institute of Mesoamerican Studies Occasional Publication No. 9. The University at Albany - SUNY.

     2002    Initial Investigations of the Terminal Classic Strath Bogue Site (PR10), Corozal Belize. In Belize Postclassic Project 2001:Investigations at Caye Coco and the Shore Settlements of Progresso Lagoon, edited by Antonina Delu, Bradley W. Russell and Marilyn A. Masson, pp.33-63. Institute of Mesoamerican Studies Occasional Publication No. 7. The University at Albany - SUNY.

     2001a  A Preliminary Report on the Investigations in Chamber 3B, Actun Chapat, Belize. Western Belize Regional Cave Project: Progress Report of the 2000 Field Season, edited by  J.J. Awe and David F. Lee. University of New Hampshire, Durham.

     2001b   Investigations at the Erlington and Chuk  Groups, Progress Lagoon Shore (PR 9), Orange Walk District, Belize. In Belize Postclassic Project 2000:Investigations at Caye Coco and the Shore Settlements of Progresso Lagoon, edited by Robert M. Rosenswig and Marilyn A. Masson, 97-128. Institute of Mesoamerican Studies Occasional Publication No. 6. The University at Albany - SUNY.

     2000 Architecture From Within: A Report on the Investigation of Entrance II, Actun Chapat, Belize. In Western Belize Regional Cave Project: Progress Report of the 1999 Field Season, edited by  J.J. Awe and David F. Lee. University of New Hampshire, Durham.

     1999a  The Ballgame at Baking Pot: An analysis of the Ballcourts at a Maya Civic Centre.  Thesis completed in partial fulfillment of the requirements of a Masters of Arts Degree, Department of Anthropology, Trent University, Peterborough, Ontario.

     1999b  Excavations in the Ballcourt Playing Alley at Cahal Witz Na, Cayo District, Belize. In Western Belize Regional Cave Project: Progress Report of the 1998 Field Season, edited by D.F. Lee and J.J. Awe.  University of New Hampshire, Durham.

     1999c  Actun Uayazba Kab: 1998 Excavations.  In Western Belize Regional Cave Project: Progress Report of the 1998 Field Season, edited by D.F. Lee and J.J. Awe. University of New Hampshire, Durham.

     1998a  Marker in Time:  The North Ballcourt at the Maya Civic Centre of Baking Pot.  In Belize Valley Archaeological Reconnaissance Project:  Progress Report of the 1997 Field Season, edited by J.M. Conlon and Jaime J. Awe.  Trent University, Peterborough.

     1998b  Entranceway or Barrier:  Excavations at the Xaman Nab Acropolis and Ballcourt Juncture.  In The Social Archaeology Research Program:  Progress Report of the Third (1997) Season, edited by G. Iannone, pp. 21-27.  Trent University, Peterborough.

     1997    The Ballcourt at X-ual-canil, Belize:1996 Investigations.  In  Social Archaeology Research Program, Progress Report of the Second (1996) Field Season, edited by G. Iannone, pp. 39-56. Trent University, Peterborough.

     1996a  Shells and Status:  An Analysis of the Zubin Modified Shell Artifact Assemblage, In  Social Archaeology Research Program Progress Report of the First (1995) Field Season, edited by Gyles Iannone, pp. 72-86.  Institute of Archaeology, University of London, London.

     1996b Weston Lake, Saltspring Island Archaeological Assessment.  Report on file with the Culture Library, Ministry of Small Business, Tourism, and Culture.  Victoria, B.C.  Non-Permit Application.

     1995    Jewels Among the Thorns: An Examination of the Modified Shell Artifacts from Zubin, Cayo District, Belize.  In Belize Valley Archaeological Reconnaissance Project: Progress Report of the 1994 Field Season, edited by G. Iannone & J.M. Conlon, pp.  Institute of Archaeology, University of London, London.

     EDITED VOLUMES

    Ferguson, Josalyn M., Maxine H. Oland and Marilyn A. Masson

    2003    Belize Postclassic Project 2002:Investigation of the Shore Settlements of Progresso Lagoon, and San Estevan. Institute of Mesoamerican Studies Occasional Publication No. 9. The University at Albany - SUNY.

     SELECTED CO-AUTHORED ARTICLES

    Brown, Clifford, Carlos Peraza Lope  and Josalyn Ferguson

    In press The Caverns of Mayapán: New Observations on their Religious and Ritual Significance. Paper to be published in Upcoming Edited Cave Volume, edited by James Brady.

     Ek, Jerald and Josalyn Ferguson

    2011 Producción de Herramientas Líticas en el Drenaje del río Champotón, Campeche, México Los Investigadores de la Cultura Maya: Vol 19.

     2011  Diachronic and Spatial Patterns in Lithic Production and Distribution Systems in the Gulf Coast Periphery of the Maya Lowlands: The View from Champotón, Campeche. Paper presented at Everyone Made Stone Tools: Exploring Methodology in Lithic Analysis, Conference Sponsored by Brown University’s Joukowsky Institute for Archaeology and the Ancient World, October 14th-15th, 2011. Providence, RI.

     2010    Producción de Herramientas Líticas en el Drenaje del río Champotón, Campeche, México. Paper presented at the XX Encuentro Los Investigadores de la Cultura Maya, Campeche, México.

     Oland, Maxine H., Josalyn M. Ferguson and Marilyn A. Masson

    2003    Overview of the 2002 Season. In Belize Postclassic Project 2002:Investigation of the Shore Settlements of Progresso Lagoon and San Estevan, edited by Josalyn M. Ferguson, Maxine H. Oland and Marilyn A. Masson, pp.1-5. Institute of Mesoamerican Studies Occasional Publication No. 9. The University at Albany - SUNY.

     Ferguson, Josalyn M. and Sheila Sastry

    2001    Report on the 2000 Excavations of Structure 13, Caye Coco, Belize. In Belize Postclassic Project 2000:Investigations at Caye Coco and the Shore Settlements of Progresso Lagoon, edited by Robert M. Rosenswig and Marilyn A. Masson, 41-44. Institute of Mesoamerican Studies Occasional Publication No. 6. The University at Albany - SUNY.

     Griffith, Cameron, Josalyn M. Ferguson and Christophe Helmke

    2000 Salvage Investigation and Excavation of the Yax Caan Chultun, Belize. In Western Belize Regional Cave Project: Progress Report of the 1999 Field Season, edited by  J.J. Awe. University of New Hampshire, Durham.

     Owens, D'Ann A., John Maxwell, Josalyn M. Ferguson, Rob Vincent and P. Dady

    1997    Vancouver Island Highway Project, Victoria Approaches, Archaeological Data Recovery, DcRu-572.  Report prepared by Millennia Research Limited for Ministry of Transportation and Highways Esquimalt First Nation Songhees First Nation.  Victoria, BC.  1995-045.

     Ferguson, Josalyn M., Tina Christensen and Sonja Schwake

    1996  The Eastern Ballcourt, Cahal Pech, Belize:  1995 Excavations,  In Belize Valley Preclassic Maya Project: Report on the 1995 Field Season., edited by P. F. Healy and J.J. Awe, pp. 34-58. Occasional Papers in Anthropology No. 12. Trent University, Peterborough.

     Ferguson, Josalyn M., Jim Stafford and Morley Eldridge

    1996    Overview Mapping of Archaeological Resource Potential in the North Coast Forest District.  On file, Archaeology Branch, Victoria, B.C.

     Owens-Baird, D'Ann and Josalyn M. Ferguson

    1996a  Vancouver Island Highway Project, Victoria Approaches Archaeological Data Recovery DcRu 82.  Report prepared for Ministry of Transportation and Highways, Esquimalt First Nation, Songhees First Nation under conditions of Permit 1995-219, issued by the British Columbia Archaeology Branch, January 15, 1996.

     1996b  Vancouver Island Highway Project, Victoria Approaches Archaeological Data Recovery DcRu 572.  Report prepared for Ministry of Transportation and Highways, Esquimalt First Nation, Songhees First Nation under conditions of         Permit 1995-045, issued by the British Columbia Archaeology Branch.

     1996c  Vancouver Island Highway Project, Victoria Approaches Archaeological Data Recovery DcRu 576.  Report prepared for Ministry of Transportation and Highways, Esquimalt First Nation, Songhees First Nation under conditions of Permit 1995-101, issued by the British Columbia Archaeology Branch.

     SELECTED PAPERS PRESENTED AT CONFERENCES

    2012 Migration and Resettlement in the Wake of the Maya “Collapse”: Processes and Evidence from the Terminal Classic Period. Paper to be Presented at the 2nd Annual Maya at the Lago Conference, April 26th-29th, 2012. Davidson, North Carolina. 

    2005    Recent Investigations of the Strath Bogue site, Corozal District: A Possible Terminal Classic Immigrant Community. Paper Presented at the 3rd Annual Belize Archaeology Symposium, San Ignacio, Belize, Central America.

    2004    Reevaluating the Maya ‘Collapse’: Migration and Cultural Transition in the Terminal Classic Period (A.D. 750-1050). Paper Presented in a symposium entitled: “Keeping the Baby Afloat: Migration Within & Without Stratified Societies,” 69th Annual Meeting of the Society for American Archaeology, Montreal, April 2004.

     2002    Reevaluating the Maya “Collapse”: Cultural Opportunism, Transition and Reorganization in the Terminal Classic Period. Paper Presented at the 33rd Annual Chacmool Conference, University of Calgary, Calgary, Alberta, November 13-17th, 2002.

     1999    The Ballcourts of the Maya Civic Centre of Baking Pot. Paper Presented at the 64th Annual Meeting of the Society for American Archaeology, Chicago, Illinois

     1997    Preliminary Results of the Excavation of the Ballcourt at the Minor Maya Centre of X-ual-canil, Belize. Paper Presented at the 62nd Annual Meeting of the Society for American Archaeology, Nashville, Tennessee.

     1995    The Little People: A Discussion of Dwarfs Among the Pre-Columbian Maya. Paper Presented at the 60th Annual Meeting of the Society for American Archaeology, Minneapolis, Minnesota.

     ORGANIZED SYMPOSIA

    2004 “Keeping the Baby Afloat: Migration Within and Without Stratified Societies” Symposium organized for the 69th Annual Meeting of the Society for American Archaeology in Montreal, March 31st to April 4th, 2004.

     ON-LINE PUBLICATION

    Interactive dig with Archaeology Magazine

    December 2000 “Maya Caves of West-Central Belize – Actun Chapat Update 1”

    www.archaeology.org/online/features/belize/updates/chapat1.html

     AWARDS AND SCHOLARSHIPS

    2010                Recipient of a Graduate Student Research Grant (UAlbany)

     2004-05           Bursary for Students with Disabilities (Canadian Government)

     2004-05           Canada Study Grant (Canadian Government)

     2002, 2003      Recipient of Graduate Student Research Grant (UAlbany)

     2003                Recipient of a Graduate Student Employees Union Professional Development Award (UAlbany)

     2003                Recipient of the Christopher De Cormier Scholarship Award (Awarded through the Institute of Mesoamerican Studies, UAlbany)

     1999                Graduate Teaching Assistantship Scholarship (UAlbany)

    - fall 2005

     Dr. Marilyn A. Masson

    Associate Professor

    Department of Anthropology

    Arts & Sciences Room 109
    University at Albany – SUNY 

    1400 Washington Ave. Albany NY 12222

    (518) 442-5199 (office)

    E-mail: massonma@albany.edu

     

     Dr. Robert M. Rosenswig

    Assistant Professor

    Department of Anthropology

    Arts and Sciences Room 108

    University at Albany - SUNY

    1400 Washington Ave. Albany NY 12222

    (518) 442-4709 (office)

    Email: rrosenswig@albany.edu

     

     Jim Sherratt (M.A.)

    Archaeology Review Officer/Principal Investigator

    Cultural Programs Unit/Program and Services Branch

    Ministry of Tourism & Culture

    401 Bay St., Suite 1700

    Toronto, ON M7A 0A7

    (416) 314-7132  (office)

    Email: Jim.Sherratt@ontario.ca

     Barry Dale (M.A.) or Nancy Davis

    Principal Investigators/Archaeologists

    Cultural Resource Survey Program

    New York State Education Department/New York State Museum

    Albany, NY 12209

    CEC 3112

    (518) 473-1503 (office)

    Email: bdale@mail.nysed.gov

    ndavis@mail.nysed.gov





    Post ID#20577 - replied 9/30/2014 7:26 AM



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    VSC is seeking a FT Principal Archaeologist Investigator for WSMR (Las Cruces NM area). This is a MON-FRI position with no weekends or holidays required.  All Principal Investigators must meet the qualifications for Archaeologists contained in the Secretary of the Interior Standards and Guidelines for Archaeology and Historic Preservation (48 FR 44720-44726) OR the New Mexico Administrative Code Qualification for Archaeological, 4.10.8.10. This states that the individual must have a graduate degree in archaeology or anthropology and a minimum of 30 months of full-time professional experience. White Sands Missile Range (WSMR) has the need to complete analysis and documentation for cultural surveys in order to comply with the National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) of 1969 as amended and Section 106 of the National Historic Preservation Act (NHPA) of 1966. Phase II testing may be required on those sites that need more detailed analysis to assess their National Register eligibility status. Work will comply with WSMR Archaeological Standards and Procedures, Installation Cultural Resources Management Plan and the Integrated Natural Resources Management Plan.  Candidates should submit a resume and cover letter that reflects relevant experience to HRoffice@vistasciences.com.  This is an urgent fill position.


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