Topic ID #37112 - posted 6/8/2016 3:07 PM

Principal Investigator/Project Archaeologist- San Diego, Ca.



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Brian F. Smith and Associates, Inc. is seeking several Principal Investigator/Project Archaeologists: This position is intended for a qualified individual with experience in California archaeology and capable of directing, research, and reporting, for projects of all sizes. The individual should be capable to direct surveys, significance testing, and data recovery projects, track laboratory analyses, and prepare detailed technical reports. Qualifications must include, at a minimum, a masters degree (PhD preferred) in anthropology, with an emphasis in archaeology or southwest prehistory, with ample experience to demonstrate abilities listed above. Critical factors in candidate selection will include report writing experience, experience in southern California, and the ability to meet project schedules and budgets. Compensation will be commensurate with education and experience. This is not a temporary position, and we are looking for individuals interested in accepting responsibility and acting independently towards achieving project goals. Please send or fax a cover letter summarizing interest and experience, brief resumé salary history, and references to resumes@bfsa-ca.com or 858-679-9896.

 

BFSA is a San Diego based firm, which offers consulting services pertaining to all aspects of cultural resource, biological, paleontological investigations, air, traffic, and noise studies and environmental review documents throughout the southwest, primarily in southern California. The combined experience of the principal consultants and associates represents over 100 years of involvement in the study of the history and prehistory of this region. BFSA's capabilities are highlighted by the range of current projects, including construction monitoring, data recovery mitigation programs, historical structure assessments, surveys and evaluations for both the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) and Section 106 of National Historic Preservation Act (NHPA).






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