Topic ID #31320 - posted 2/19/2014 4:44 PM

MA In Medieval Archaeology seeking US job



aaromohler

Personal Information                                                                Aaron M. Mohler

Current Address:                51 Crawford Lane, Hudson Falls, NY, 12839

Home Address:                   ul. Rodzinna 4, 41-809  Zabrze, Poland

Phone:                               (518) 396-0359                              

Email:                                 aaro.m_mohler@yahoo.co.uk    or aaromohler@gmail.com

Website:                             http://amm554.wix.com/aaromohler

Nationality:                         Polish/American                  

Skype:                                ammiek00             

 

Education                                             

2012-2013                           University of York, York, United Kingdom

                                          Master's Degree:    Medieval Archaeology

                                          Relevant Coursework: Vikings; Buildings Survey; Medieval Settlement &
  Communities; 
Artefacts, Analysis, Interpretation & Dissemination of Field
  Archaeology Data; 
Perspectives in Landscape Research; Analysing Historic
  Buildings; Artefacts from Excavation.

                                          Dissertation: Fresco Decoration in Northern Switzerland:

                                          An Exploration of Swiss Identity in the Wake of the Reformation.

 

2007-2008                           State University of New York, Potsdam, NY, United States

                                          Bachelor's Degree          Honors:          Summa Cum Laude

                                          Major: Archaeology        Minor:            Art History and European History

                                          Relevant Coursework: Advanced Archaeological Research; Renaissance
  and Reformation; 
Art and Archaeology of the Classical World, African
  American Archaeology; Imperial Russia; 
Archaeological Procedures w/
  Laboratory component; Historical Geology; Gallery Practices; 
Baroque Art;
  Impressionism; The Holocaust and History.

                                          Archaeology Field School: Polynesian/Mormon site in Utah.

 

2002-2004                           State University of New York, Adirondack, Queensbury, NY, US

                                          Associate's Degree                  Honors:          Magna Cum Laude

                                          Major: Anthropology                Minor:            Archeology and Art History

                                          Relevant Coursework: Native American Archaeology; Religion, Magic, and
  Witchcraft; 
Physical Anthropology; Cultural Anthropology; Museum and
  Gallery Practices; 
Physical Geology; International Studies Spain and
  Morocco; International Studies Egypt.

 Experience                           

2012                                   Archaeology Field Technician

      Illinois State Archaeological Survey, MI, United States

      Documentation and excavation of archaeological features in preparation for    
      new land developments in the area.  

      Major Accomplishments: Contributing to a team of archaeologists on the
      largest Native American site in North America.

2011-2012                           Ironworker

      Media Partner Sp. Z.o.o, Ruda Śląska, Poland

                                          Milling industrial steel elements for international construction projects.

                                          Major Accomplishments: Safety-conscious of myself and my co-workers in
  a physically demanding
workplace.

 

2011                                   IT Service Desk

                                          Capgemini Sp. Z.o.o., Katowice, Poland

                                          Working with customers to resolve computer issues.

                                           Major Accomplishments: Being able to resolve each client issue with a
   positive results.

 

2010                                    Archaeology Field Technician

      Gliwice Museum, Gliwice, Poland

      Recording and excavating archaeological features and preparing artefacts for
      the museum collection.

      Major Accomplishments: Excavating in a medieval town square.

 

1999-2006                           Rewinder Machine Operator

                                          Finch Pruyn & Company, Inc, NY, United States

                                          Manufacturing industrial grade paper, training others to run the machine.

                                          Major Accomplishments: Exceeding daily production quotas for paper  
                                          salvage.

Languages                            

                                          English         Native tongue                     

                                          Polish           Fluent                        

 

Awards & Publications      

      2008 Contributor to the Iosepa Archaeological Field Manual, by Dr.
                      Benjamin C. Pykles

      2008 Gibson Gallery Student Exhibition - Photography

      2008 Archaeology Photographs published in Der Spiegel - Wildwest-
  Archäologie:
Geisterstadt 
der Mormonen written by Angelika Franz
  SPIEGEL ONLINE - Wissenschaft - 08.09.2008

      2005 1st and 2nd place - On My Own Time Regional Juried Art Show –            Photography

                                          2001 Best of Show - On My Own Time Regional Juried Art Show – Sculpture

 
Skills                                      

 ICT                                   Knowledgeable with Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, OneNote and Outlook

 Practical Applications     Archaeological Excavation, Archaeological Documentation; Aerial Photography
                                        for Archaeological Applications; Phase I and Phase II Archaeological Survey;
                                        Archaeological Profile Mapping; Buildings Survey; Harris Matrix/ Stratigraphy;
                                        Research; Spatial Analysis; Art Handling; Condition Reports; Lighting;
                                        Backpacking and Orientating; Topography Mapping; Carpentry; Freehand
                                        Drawing; Gardening and Landscaping; Painting; Digital Photography; Sculpture;
                                        OSHA Regulations Safety Training; Confined Space Training; Material Safety
                                        Data Sheet (MSDS); Respirator Safety Training.

 

Equipment                       Digital and Manual Slide Callipers; Resistivity Meter; Theodolite; GPS Hand-
    Held Unit; Metal Detectors; Munsell Soil Chart; Personal Protective
    Equipment (PPE)

 

Certification                    Transportation Workers Identification Credentials (TWIC)

References                       

Available upon request. 






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