Topic ID #28879 - posted 5/21/2013 5:28 PM

Field/Lab/Museum Technician--Mid-Atlantic/Virginia



akujawski

Anthony Kujawski

307 Hunt Club Rd Apt 6400F Blacksburg, VA 24060

 E: akujawski25@yahoo.com P: 607-435-3827

 

 

 

 

Objective:

I am eager to join the archaeology world where where I can expand my technical and personal skills.      

Education:

     Bachelor of Science, Kansas State University, Manhattan, KS- 2012

  Major: Anthropology/Archaeology

  Overall GPA: 3.232

  Major GPA: 3.444

 

     Associates of Arts, SUNY Delhi, Delhi, NY- 2006

  Major: Liberal Arts

 

Skills and Attributes:

I am an energetic and motivating leader with a proven ability to effectively manage both personnel and professional projects.  I have strong communication and interpersonal skills and am well organized. I am a hard worker and quick study who enjoys learning new skills. I am a strong independent worker, but can also be a key member in any team.  I have lab and field experience and am proficient in several computer software programs: Microsoft Office; Excel; Access; Power Point.  I enjoy keeping busy.

Experience:

Lab Tech, KSU Archaeology Lab; Manhattan, KS --- 9/2012-12/2012

       assigned catalog numbers to artifacts

       entered artifacts into database (Access, Excel)

       used flotation technique to obtain light and heavy fractions

 

Teaching Assistant, KSU Archaeology Field School; Leavenworth, KS --- 6/2012

       recorded artifact field numbers and flotation sample numbers

       drove vehicle to and from dig site

       helped with excavation where and when I was needed

 

Belize Valley Archaeological Reconnaissance Project, Field School; San Ignacio, Belize --- 7/2011

       learned excavation techniques

       learned lab techniques (washing and cleaning artifacts)

       learned surveying

       learned mapping

 

Lab Tech, KSU Archaeology Lab; Manhattan, KS --- 06/2011

        assigned catalog numbers to artifacts

        entered artifacts into database (Access, Excel)

        used flotation technique to obtain light and heavy fractions

 

 

 






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