Topic ID #27220 - posted 2/19/2013 7:37 AM

Professional Archaeology Technician looking to work in Colorado



Staypuff

ANASTASIA V. CASTLEBERRY

101 Eagle Ave | Kremmling, CO. 80459 | 760-819-1737 | stazia.castle@gmail.com

 

OBJECTIVE

Experienced and closely trained professional archaeology technician recognized for productive and cost effective hard work

 

EDUCATION

Bachelor of Arts, History:  May, 2010

Colorado Mesa University

Ø Phi Alpha Theta, history honorary society: marketing officer (fundraisers, publicizing, promoting Holocaust Awareness Week and other P.A.T. events).

Ø Paper/PowerPoint presentation at annual campus competition: Advancements of Soviet Russia from 1920 to 1960s

 

Archaeological Field School: Colorado Mesa University, Mesa National Monument: Fall, 2009

Ø Class and hands-on instruction: excavation, survey, mapping, recording, GPS navigation, documentation.

 

SKILLS & ABILITIES

Ø Prior work experience in archaeology fieldwork and survey.

Ø Disciplined and dedicated to quality workmanship.

Ø Experienced in unsupervised work as well as collaboration with team members.

Ø Excessively competent in situations involving tight time schedules while maintaining quality.

Ø Heavy experience in research techniques, presentation, formal written and oral communication.

Ø Customer service.

Ø Proficient in utilizing computers, familiar and unfamiliar software.

Ø Entrusted with company equipment in use and repair, as well as using and operating company vehicles.

 

RELATIVE WORK HISTORY

Leave of absence: October, 2010 – February, 2013

Ø Primary caregiver for severely ill relative.

 

Grand River Institute: Grand Junction, Colorado: May, 2010 – October, 2010

Ø Training and immense experience in: GIS Tremble receiver unit, GPS navigation in survey and excavation, identification of prehistoric and lithic artifacts, proper excavation procedures, prep, and documentation.

Ø Superior works done under minimal supervision based on: work ethic, employer’s trust with operating tools and machinery, and excavated at a faster pace than majority of employees while maintaining impeccable quality.

Ø Training and use of sifting equipment, off road vehicles, levels, trowels, cameras, and plumb bobs. 

Ø Experience and knowledge in creating a site grid, drawing unit profiles, stratum surfaces, features, artifacts, and deposits.

Ø Experience in working in, claimed, ‘dangerous environment’ along live pipelines within or by excavation sites. Enterprise Products Safety Orientation was taken for employee protection and awareness of working in such work environments.

 

Colorado Mesa University, Tomlinson Library: Grand Junction, Colorado: February, 2007-May, 2010

Ø Assisting students and public patrons in research and course needs: Using and utilizing research search engines, e-journal, periodicals, special collections, main library collections, government documents, microfiche, geological and topographic maps, office machinery (copy, fax, and printing machines), locating and ordering national and worldwide library materials.

 

REFERENCES PROVIDED UPON REQUEST






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