Topic ID #21264 - posted 7/6/2012 9:05 AM

MA graduate seeking employment in USA or aboard. Willing to travel/move.


Margaret Elisabeth Klejbuk

23 Neelytown Road, Campbell Hall, NY 10916


    To obtain a position that utilizes my skills and education as well as entailing a cultural and historic emphasis.


Durham University, graduated: 2011 with honors

Durham, United Kingdom

MA Historic Archaeology 

Emphasis on urban and burial Medieval to modern archaeology

Fordham University, graduated: 2009

Bronx, New York

Awarded annual Presidential Scholarship

BA English; BA Anthropology
Emphasis on literary analysis, cultural anthropology, American history, Medieval literary and cultural analysis, physical anthropology 


Field Archaeologist, STRATA L.L.C.; Cragsmoor, New York

2012 - Present

Jim Turner, owner and principal investigator 

  • Team Member:  Worked successfully on Phase I and Phase II archaeological excavations.
  • Leadership:  When needed, offered guidance on reading the survey map, as well as collecting data and equipment at the end of the day.

Additional skills acquired:  Shovel test pits, soil analysis, entering data, cultural material analysis 

Photo Lab Supervisor, CVS/Pharmacy; Chester, New York

2009 - 2010; 2011 - 2012

Joe Mangione, store manager

  • Oral communication skills:  Trained team members how to use equipment in addition to verbally promoting weekly sales.
  • Leadership:  Motivated and encouraged team-building activities for a harmonious team.
  • Creative: Designed displays and advertisements to promote up-sells of merchandise and weekly sales.
  • Initiative: Resourceful, energetic, and flexible when it came to managing department, as well as conducting all necessary front store tasks.
  • Problem-solving: Successful in managing multiple tasks, as well as logically utilizing each team member’s talent.
  • Organizational skills:  Maintained a clean and productive photography department.

Additional Information: Trained and certified in OSHA

Field Archaeologist V, Louis Berger Inc.; Charlottesville, Virginia


Rebecca Brodeur, crew coordinator 

  • Team Member:  Worked successfully on a Phase I archaeological excavation.

Additional skills acquired:  Shovel test pits, soil analysis

Cashier, CVS/Pharmacy; Goshen and Chester, New York

2003 - 2009

Joe Mangione, store manager

  • Team member:  Worked well with members of sales team as well as management. 
  • Customer orientated:  Welcoming, friendly, and accommodating to all customers.
  • Pro-active:  Aware of current and up-coming sales and made sure customers were aware as well when completing a sale.
  • Flexible:  Was available to work most days and shifts, also stood in for others when they called out.


Volunteer/Student, University of Sheffield; Thornton Abbey, United Kingdom


  • Team Member:  Worked successfully with a team of ten whilst learning archaeological excavation skills. 
  • Willing to Learn:  Motivated and enthusiastic to learn correct archaeological procedures, developed thinking regarding artefact findings and identifications.

Additional skills acquired: Surveying, mapping, planning, measuring, filling out archaeological reports

Volunteer, New York State Archaeology Association; Goshen, New York

2009 - Present

  • Energetic: Eagerly listened and asked questions regarding to site and American archaeological procedures.
  • Committed:  Attended weekly Phase I excavations throughout 2010 and monthly meetings.
  • Networking Skills:  Attended annual NY State Conference in 2010 where I interacted and engaged in meeting established professionals in the field.

Additional skills acquired: Shovel pit testing, measuring grids, cataloging finds

Student Researcher, Fordham University; Bronx, New York

2009 - 2010

Professor Kimberly Consroe

  • Independent worker:  Researched NAGPRA and assisted with simplifying the law for first year archaeology students. 


  • Task and detail orientated
  • Resourceful
  • Able to work under pressure/deadlines 
  • Independent worker
  • Written communication skills 
  • Strong interpersonal skills
  • Knowledgeable of museum photography and cataloging 
  • Knowledge of archival studies
  • Proficient knowledge of computers and programs (Word Processing, Excel, PowerPoint, Photoshop, Windows and Mac programs)

Post ID#20576 - replied 9/30/2014 7:26 AM


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, 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  This is an urgent fill position.


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