Topic ID #34606 - posted 1/24/2015 4:08 PM

Marine Corps Veteran seeking employment



aphyder

Vitae

 

Andrew P. Hyder

3441 West Wolf Valley Road

Clinton, TN 37716

Cell: 423-213-9312

Email: aphyder@yahoo.com

 

 

Education

 

Forensic Document Examination Graduate Certification, 2014, Criminal Justice/Criminology Department, East Tennessee State University, Johnson City, TN.

 

Bachelors of Science, 2012, Criminal Justice/Criminology and Anthropology/Archaeology, East Tennessee State University, Johnson City, TN.

Criminal Justice/Criminology

Concentration: Terrorism/Counter-Terrorism and Crime Scene Investigation

Anthropology/Archaeology

Concentration: Prehistory Old World and Southeastern Prehistory, Lithic Technology

 

Military Service

 

U.S. Marine Corps: E-4 Corporal

Military Occupation Specialty 0331-Machine Gunner

Lima Company 3rd Battalion 24th Marine Regiment

December 16th, 2000 to December 16th, 2008. Honorably Discharged December 2008. Combat deployment Al Anbar, Iraq 2004-2005.

 

Military Awards

 

Combat Action ribbon, Sea Service Deployment ribbon, National Defense medal, Selective Marine Corps. Reserve medal, Armed Forces Reserve medal with mobilization device, Global War on Terrorism Expeditionary medal, Global War on Terrorism Service medal, Operation Iraqi Freedom medal, Expert Rifle badge 4th award, and Expert Pistol badge 2nd award

 

Awards/Research Grants

 

 

2007 (spring)   “Research on lithic assemblage for sites W39 and G1 on the Upper Cumberland Plateau, Tennessee.” Competitive Student-Faculty Collaborative Grant awarded to Andrew Hyder and Jay Franklin by the Honors College, East Tennessee State University ($850.00).

 

 

2011 (summer) “Rock Art and Archaeology: Investigating Ritual Landscapes in the Mongolian Altai.” Competitive Student selection for project participants and was awarded grants and stipend from Department of Anthropology and the Office of Vice Provost of Research ($1000.00).

Archaeological Field Positions

 

Field Technician, Phase III, Kendal Plantation Southport, NC. Chicora Foundation, Inc. Columbia, SC January 2015-Present

 

Field Technician, Phase I/II, Beckley Gristmill Beckley, WV, Cultural Resource Analyst, Inc. Lexington, KY. December 2014

 

Field Technician, Phase II, Project Ascent (sites 46WD279, 46WD380, & 46WD285) Parkersburg, WV, Cultural Resource Analyst, Inc. Hurricane, WV. November-December 2014

 

Graduate Assistant, East Tennessee State University, Phase III, Site 40-PT209 (Paleo-Indian site), Upper Cumberland Plateau, Tennessee. December 2013-January 2014.

 

Field Technician, Phase I, Corridor K Cleveland TN, Louis Berger Group, Richmond VA Office. July 2012- August 2012

 

Field Technician, Phase I, Keystone Pipe Line Northern Nebraska Section, American Resources Group, Carbon Dale, IL. June 2012-July 2012

 

Field Technician, Phase II, Site 38 LA 595 and 605, Haile Gold Mine Lancaster County, SC. R. S. Webb and Associates, LTD. February 2012-May 2012

 

Field Technician, Phase I, Haile Gold Mine Lancaster County, SC. R. S. Webb and Associates, LTD. December 2011

 

Field Technician, Phase III, Trigon Associates Stallings Historical Project New Orleans, LA. Cultural Resource Analyst, Inc. Knoxville, TN and Trigon Associates New Orleans, LA November-December 2011

 

Field Technician, Phase I pipeline surveying and shovel testing URS Corporation. Project DTE Bluestone Pipeline Binghamton, NY. URS October-November 2011

 

Field Technician, Phase I surveying and shovel testing PSA, LTD. Project 212 Piney branch surface Mine survey Logan, WV. Pacuilli, Simmons, and Associates, LTD.  September-October 2011

 

Field Technician, Phase II and III testing and data recovery GLARC Project 11.080 site 32RY473 Devils Lake, North Dakota. Great Lakes Archaeology Research Center, Inc. August-September 2011

Field Assistant, Phase I/II/III, Rock Art and Archaeology: Investigating Ritual Landscapes in the Mongolian Altai. Bayan Olgii Provence, Western Mongolia. Joint East Tennessee State University, Smithsonian Institution’s Museum of Natural History Artic Studies Center, and Mongolia National History Museum. Summer 2011

 

Research Assistant, East Tennessee State University-Archaeology Laboratory, Upper Cumberland Plateau. 2006-2011.

 

Field Technician, Phase I Pogue Creek Archaeological Survey, Upper Cumberland Plateau, Tennessee. East Tennessee State University and Tennessee State Parks. 2006-2011.

 

2010 Phase I Archaeological Survey of the Wetland Bank 2, Civil District 11, Greene County, Tennessee.

 

Museum Assistant, Museum of Appalachia, Norris, TN.  Duties to curate and catalog Native American and Historic Ceramic Collections.  Funded through a federal grant for museum cataloging (August-December 2008).

 

Field Technician, Phase I Archaeological Survey, Boone Reservoir, Sullivan County, Tennessee. East Tennessee State University/Tennessee Valley Authority Cultural Resources, Knoxville, Tennessee. Fall 2007.

 

Field Technician, Phase II/III Testing and Data Recovery of Site W71, Upper Cumberland Plateau, Tennessee. East Tennessee State University. March 2007.

 

Field Technician, Phase III Data Recovery of Site W64, Upper Cumberland Plateau, Tennessee. East Tennessee State University. June 2006 and 2007.

 

2009 Phase I Archaeological Survey of the Lick Creek Wetland Bank 1, Civil District 11, Greene County, Tennessee.

Phase I Archaeological Reconnaissance Survey of the Proposed Cliffs Subdivision, Boone Reservoir, Sullivan County, Tennessee. 2007

2007 Phase I Archaeological Survey and Limited Deep Testing of the Proposed Kendrick Creek Relocation Development Project, Cox Hollow, Sullivan County, Tennessee

 

2005 Phase I Archaeological Survey of Tracts WAR-626F and WAR-627F, Watauga Lake, Butler, Johnson County, Tennessee






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