Topic ID #25309 - posted 12/5/2012 12:34 PM

MD/VA/DC 6 years experience, field & lab, ArcGIS, osteology, bioarchaeology; Willing to relocate



jhan2271

Jessica  Han

E-mail: Jessica_Han@nps.gov

 

    Citizenship: United States
Cell Phone: 202-321-0842   Federal Civilian Status: GS004- 

SUMMARY OF SKILLS

Self-reliant and focused in academic and professional pursuits.

Outstanding skills in written and oral communication.

Team player; identify needs and fill them.

Energetic and willing to handle multiple projects.

Proficient in writing and editing.

Research, analysis, and information gathering.

Able to multi-task and prioritize projects; effective under pressure.

Computer proficiencies: MS Office Professional (Word, Excel, Access, Powerpoint, and Outlook), proficiency in several software programs designed for artifact analysis, software programs designed for telecommunication, Internet and email, as well as collection management databases.

Archaeological field methods and procedures including transit use, ability to conduct archeological site surveys, researching, photography, data collection stratigraphic mapping, flotation, collecting samples for thermoluminescence dating, cleaning and cataloging artifacts, field journalism and delegation of responsibilities. Knowledge of using Trimble, Garmin and other GPS devices in conjunction with GIS.

Evaluating and monitoring archaeological research projects.

 

EDUCATION

 

THE GEORGE WASHINGTON UNIVERSITY (GWU), Washington, D.C. 20052

B.A.  ARCHAEOLOGY, 2010

THE GEORGE WASHINGTON UNIVERSITY (GWU), Washington, D.C. 20052

M.A.  ANTHROPOLOGY, Expect to graduate in May 2013.

 

 

HONORS and AWARDS

Dean's List Spring 2008 The George Washington University

Merit List Fall 2005 Virginia Highlands Community College

 

AFFILIATIONS

The National Society of Collegiate Scholars

Sigma Alpha Lambda – George Washington University Chapter

 

WORK EXPERIENCE

National Council for Preservation Education

C&O Canal Headquarters, Hagerstown MD US

11/2012 – Present

Archaeology Intern

Requires assessing and documenting prehistoric and historic archaeological sites within the Chesapeake and Ohio Canal National Historical Park. Supervised several volunteers in delineating and preserving a historical cemetery within the park. Writing and implementing archaeological proposals for work within the park including the archaeological requirements for the National Register Nomination. Requires the ability to understand and implement Section 106 and Director’s Order 28A for the Department of Interior and the National Park Service. Training and implementing ArcGIS program for use with project within the park as well as the use of Trimble. This position also required the ability to prepare compliance documents for archeological resources as well as the ability to conduct archeological site surveys using knowledge of laws, regulations, policies, and procedures that pertain to the management and protection of cultural resources. Required to have low level security clearance.

 

National Park Service 06/2012 - Present

C&O Canal, Potomac MD, US

Park Ranger GS004-01

Includes assisting visitors with questions, concerns and general information. Developed archaeological  interpretive program to inform and educate general public on archaeology within the National Park Service.  Required working with visitors in the visitor center, answering questions, handling sales and inventories. Researched, developed, and implemented interpretive programs as well as assisted other rangers with developing programs. This position required the ability to plan, administer, carry out, and evaluate cultural resource studies and assess the value of results. Supervised several volunteers in delineating and preserving a historical cemetery within the park. Required low level security clearance.

 

The George Washington University 9/2007 - 5/2011

Washington, DC US

Archaeology Lab Manager

Includes assisting with set up of Biological Anthropology Labs, Assisting Professors and outside agencies with various tasks, which included the organization, maintenance, preservation, and cataloging of  archaeological and faunal collections. Ability to conduct preventive conservation work in museum storage areas, including environmental monitoring, housekeeping, and pest management. Preparing the facilities for administrative use by faculty and outside agencies requiring proficiency in written communication and the ability to analyze archeological artifacts. Developing and implementing procedures for laboratory utilization, as well as using modern technology to support lab operations. Requiring the ability to use interpersonal communication skills to deal effectively with museum professionals, scholars and the general public

 

R. Christopher Goodwin and Associates 6/2010 - 8/2010

Frederick, Maryland US

Field tech/ Lab Assistant

Archaeological survey and field methods including transit use, documentation of prehistoric and historic architectural sites, photography, data collection stratigraphic mapping, cleaning and cataloging artifacts, field journalism and the ability to prepare compliance documents for archeological resources. Lab skills including analyzing, researching, preservation, restoration or conservation, curating and cataloging artifacts such as glassware, and ceramics. This position also required the ability to work outdoors over long periods of time, in sometimes adverse conditions. Required the ability to record prehistoric and historic artifacts both in the field and in the lab setting.

 

FIELD WORK AND RELATED EXPERIANCE:
Maryland Cultural Resource Management, Phase III July/August 2010: Field Technician – required knowledge for both historical and prehistorical cultures of the mid-Atlantic areas. Knowledge of archeology field and laboratory data recording methodologies with general knowledge of historic and prehistoric material culture. Required the knowledge of archaeological survey methods.

Pennsylvania Cultural Resource Management , Phase I June 2010: Field Technician – required knowledge of both historical and prehistorical cultures of the mid-Atlantic areas. Required the use of Trimble GPS navigation. Required the knowledge of archaeological survey methods.

Tel Kabri Field School, Israel June/July 2009 : Square Supervisor – supervised several field technicians, and required knowledge of old world cultures. Required the knowledge of archaeological survey methods.

Sachsen Rock Shelter, United States June 2008: Field Technician – required knowledge of historical and prehistorical southeastern cultures. Required the knowledge of archaeological survey methods.

 





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