Topic ID #29480 - posted 7/22/2013 3:26 PM

Field Tech. Available in Florida Panhandle Area



Annaczack

Anna C. Consoliver-Zack

1926 Creighton Rd. 

Pensacola, FL 32504

(561) 310-1168

AnnaCZack@yahoo.com

Educational Background:

BA: Anthropology/ Archaeology, University of West Florida, 2013.

Experience:

Watson-Brown Foundation Archaeology Education Intern May 2013-July 2013

Project director: Michelle Zupan

  • Phase II and III excavation of an early 20th Century printing press.
  • Archaeology lesson development/ planning for middle and high school students.
  • Taught basic archaeological and lab concepts and skills at week-long day camps aimed at children ages 11-17 years old.
  • Artifact cleaning, cataloguing (Access and Excel), and conservation.

University of West Florida Collections Management Intern January 2013-May 2013

Supervisor: Norine Carrol, UWF Collections Manager

  • Maintained proper organization and curation of the University‚Äôs collections
  • Disaster planning
  • Re-storage, bagging, and cataloguing of old collections
  • Collection preparation for researchers
  • Museum inventory
  • Learned proper curatorial techniques and standards.

University of West Florida Field School May 2012-August 2012

Project director: John Phillips

  • Phase I and II excavation of a 19th Century water-powered mill complex including research questions aimed at uncovering the slave quarters.
  • Skills acquired include: use of Total Station and data collector, Trimble Survey Pro operation, shovel test survey, test excavations,  note taking, plan and profile mapping, Munsell color charts, bag labeling, and correct photography methods.

Relevant Coursework:

Archaeology Lab Methods, August 2012-December 2012. Professor: Dr. John Worth, Supervisor: Jan Lloyd

Skills acquired include artifact cleaning, identification, classification, coding, and labeling.  In addition to this, I have learned pattern/assemblage analysis and report writing.

Artifact Conservation Lab, January 2012-May 2012. Professor: Dr. John Bratten

Skills acquired include conservation techniques of textiles, wood, metals, glass, ceramic, bone, and flora, electrolysis construction, X-ray machine operation, artifact reconstruction, and chemical lab safety/protocols. 

Historic Preservation in Archaeology, January 2013-May 2013. Professor: Dr. Elizabeth Benchley

Skills acquired include section 106 compliance, knowledge of federal and state laws and their compliance procedures.

Osteology, January 2013-May 2013. Professor: Dr. A. Joanne Curtin

Skills acquired include identification of human and animal bone, skeletal reconstruction, pathology analysis, and proper field, lab, and legal techniques used when handling remains.  

Archaeological Data Analysis, January 2011-May 2011. Professor: John Phillips

Skills acquired include quantification in archaeology, and designing and working with a relational data-base (Microsoft Access).

Memberships:

Southeastern Archaeological Conference

Conferences Attended:

Southeastern Archaeological Conference- 2012

Additional Work Experience:

Assistant Manager at The Body Shop October 2011-May 2013

  • Supervise and manage sales associates
  • Count down registers at open and close
  • Ensure deposit is correct and take to bank
  • Manage daily operations of business
  • Advise manager on employee productivity, customer relations, and store finances.

References available upon request.






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