Topic ID #28814 - posted 5/16/2013 9:44 AM

Experienced archaeologist looking for next big adventure



lisa.marie.sharpe@gmail.com

Hi, everyone. I am a Seattle-based archaeologist looking for an adventure! I am willing to relocate almost anywhere at my own expense for a project that will last at least a couple of months. I have experience in phases 1-3, as well as extensive experience monitoring. I also have quite a bit of experience on the office side, doing background research, report writing, and GIS mapping (which I absolutely love). Lastly, I am an avid backpacker, so I can handle a heavy pack for miles, as well as camping for extended periods of time. Please contact me at lisa.marie.sharpe@gmail.com with any questions, and see my CV posted below. Thanks for reading!

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

ICF International                                 Archaeologist                           Seattle, WA
November 2012 - present
Work on an on-call basis as a monitor for large-scale construction projects. Communicate with operators, principle investigators, and, when necessary, local tribes. Complete all relevant paperwork.

WHPacific                                           Archaeologist                          Portland, OR
March 2011-November 2012
Developed archaeological capabilities for the Portland, Oregon office from the ground up. Responsible for archaeological fieldwork, as well as all relevant paperwork and reports. Cross-trained in order to assist with wetland delineation projects.

Northwest Archaeological Associates   Archaeologist                           Seattle, WA
April 2009-June 2010
Conducted archaeological fieldwork (phases I-III) on both public and private land. Worked in the lab cleaning and sorting artifacts when necessary. Partnered with local tribes to assist with excavations on reservations.

Salmon-Challis National Forest                        Archaeologist                           Challis, ID
June 2008-November 2008
Assessed the impact of grazing allotments on known sites. Monitored known sites and recorded new sites. Assisted with report writing at the end of the season.

Pensacola Archaeological Institute Lab Technician Pensacola, FL
August 2006-April 2007
Cleaned, identified, and sorted artifacts uncovered from the Fort of Pensacola excavation, comprised mainly of ceramics, glass, and fauna. Also responsible for instructing lab volunteers.

 EDUCATION
University of West Florida, Pensacola, FL
BA, Archaeology
2006






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