Topic ID #37260 - posted 7/31/2016 10:24 AM

BA Seeking Entry Level Field Work, Central Virginia VA



marienruiz

Recent University of Virginia BA Archaeology graduate, looking to transition from Admin/Office work into Field Archaeology.
Resume as follows:

Summary

Entry level experience in Phase II and III archaeological field methods, including survey, excavation, recording and cataloguing, and laboratory techniques. Excellent data collection and entry skills, proficient in: Millennium Integrated Library System Software, Microsoft Office, Word, Excel, Outlook; Fully bilingual: able to speak, read and write English and Spanish with equal and complete fluency; Project-oriented performance both in dynamic environments and independently of supervision.

 

Field School

Monticello-University of Virginia Archaeological Field School                   June - July   2015

Studied and practiced basic excavation, recording, and laboratory techniques, emphasizing a scientific, multidisciplinary approach to landscape archaeology; Technical topics included survey and excavation strategies, analytical possibilities for ceramics, faunal remains, plant phytoliths and pollen, deposits and the sediments, soils, and spatial distributions of artifacts across sites and larger landscapes.

 

Experience

Bookmobile Specialist, Circulation Staff Support                                         01/2009 - 08/2014

Jefferson-Madison Regional Library, Charlottesville, VA.

·   Outreach Services.

·   Circulation procedures.

·   Provided reader’s advisory and reference services.

·   Registered patrons for library cards.

·   Resolved patron inquiries in person and via telephone.

·   Organized and maintained library materials and reserve book shelf.

·   Performed data entry and verification.

·   Explained and enforced library policies and procedures.

·   Drove the bookmobile to regularly-scheduled stops within the city of Charlottesville.

·   Established and maintained Louisa County Bookmobile service routes.

 

Member Services and Continuing Education Coordinator                         10/2006 – 08/2008

Integral Yoga® Teachers Association/Integral Yoga® International, Buckingham, VA.

·   Received, processed, solicited and followed domestic and international membership applications and renewals, membership dues payments, and donations.

·   Performed data entry and verification (FileMaker Pro).

·   Maintained web site and on-line directory and administrated and moderated IYTA online forum.

·   Contributed articles to IYTA newsletter.

·   Tracked Integral Yoga® Teacher Trainings worldwide.

·   Coordinated IYTA member liability insurance.

·   Developed new member services and benefits.

·   Reviewed Yogaville programs for provider compliance through Yoga Alliance and Virginia Nurses Association.

·   Coordinated material distribution with the Integral Yoga® Programs Department.

·   Created program evaluations.

·   Developed trainee documentation

·   Facilitated access to continuing education information and standards to Association members and non-members alike.

Education

2014 - 2016           University of Virginia, College of Arts and Sciences; Bachelor of Arts, Archaeology.

June - July  2015  Monticello-University of Virginia Archaeological Field School.

2011 - 2013           Piedmont Virginia Community College; Associate of Arts, Liberal Arts.






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