Topic ID #36620 - posted 1/18/2016 3:46 PM

Field Tech looking for work, williing to travel



MaxPinsonneault

Max Pinsonneault

2433 St. Roch ave.

New Orleans, Louisiana, 70117

614-309-1159

Maxpinsonneault.mp@gmail.com

Availability

I am available for full or part-time and regular or temporary work at the moment.

Objective

My objective is to develop my skills and knowledge pertaining to fieldwork in order to develop my career as a field archaeologist.

Education

B.A. Anthropology, Minor in History. Ohio State University, Columbus, Ohio, Degree received December 2013.

Skills

-Archaeological excavation techniques including field mapping, documentation and sub-phreatic work. Phase I, II, and III

-Archaeological lab experience.

-Soil horizon description and identification.

-Physically fit; capable of working in rugged environments.

-Computer skills: Microsoft proficient with Word Processing and PowerPoint.

-Data Entry

Significant Career Experience

September 2015 – December 2015

Field Technician for Natural Resource Group (NRG)/ Environmental Resource Management (ERM) performing Phase I survey in Plaque-mine parish Louisiana and Phase II excavations along the Atlantic Coast Pipeline. Activities include: shovel testing, surveying, screening, soil color and texture identification, path-finding, 1x1 excavations and trimble use.

April 2015 - July 2015

Field Technician for Cultural Resource Analysts (CRA) performing Phase I survey of Kisatchie National Forest. Activities included: shovel testing, surveying, screening, soil color and texture identification, path-finding and mapping. Supervisor: Hank Lutton

March 2015 - April 2015

Field Technician for E2 Project Management LLC (E2PM) for Phase I survey of proposed power lines for PSE&G in New Jersey. Shovel Testing, surveying, screening, soil color and texture identification, and mapping. Supervisor: John Walters

June 2013 – July 2013

Attended a field school in Kalaheo, Hawaii where we conducted an excavation at Makauwahi Cave (Phase III). Sub-phreatic and standard excavation, screening, mapping and processing artifacts. Mentors: Dr. Burney and Brian Lane

January 2013 – May 2013

Volunteer in Victor Thompson's Lab at Ohio State University identifying and classifying pottery sherds.

June 2010 - July 2010

Attended a field school in Ciutadella, Spain, where we conducted an excavation in the Roman city of Sanisera (Phase III). Excavation, screening, mapping , processing artifacts. Mentor: Fernando Contreras

April 2009

Attended a field school in Agueda, Portugal, where we conducted surface surveying for the Roman City of Talabriga (Phase I). Surface survey, Trimble GPS, processed artifacts and mapped. Mentor: Fernando Contreras








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