Topic ID #37425 - posted 9/27/2016 10:06 AM

BA Seeking Field Tech Position - South TX based



jcgomez42

Juan C. Gomez

9727 Crescent Moon

San Antonio, TX 78245 (210) 290-8097, (956) 337-0942

jcgomez514@satx.rr.com


OBJECTIVE

 

Obtain a position as an Archaeological Field Technician


EDUCATION

 

Bachelor's Degree, Anthropology, Archaeology

December 2013

The University of Texas at San Antonio (UTSA) | San Antonio, Texas

 

Associate Degree, Computer Science with specialization in Network Administration

December 1999

Laredo Community College | Laredo, Texas

Honors:  Cum Laude.

 

High School Diploma

May 1992

United South High School | Laredo, Texas

 


CAREER HIGHLIGHTS

 

Earned a Bachelor of Arts Degree in Anthropology from The University of Texas at San Antonio (UTSA) in December of 2013.

 

Participated in the UTSA Maya Archaeology Field School in San Ignacio, Belize from June 14th 2013 to July 11th 2013. This four-week program gave me the opportunity to participate in archaeological investigations of ancient Maya sites in the Mopan River Valley of Belize. I learned about surveying, mapping, excavation, recording data, artifact analysis, and laboratory techniques through evening lectures and workshops. I then put those techniques into practice each day at the field site and laboratory. I also learned about Maya archaeology, architecture, and art by visiting important archaeological sites in the region on weekend field trips.

 


RELEVANT EMPLOYMENT HISTORY

 

Cultural Resource Management Field Technician

August 2014 – Present  -  Atkins Global North America, Austin, Texas

 

Conduct archaeological fieldwork to include pedestrian survey, shovel tests and test unit excavations.  Participate in multidisciplinary projects including archaeological monitoring, historical research, and preservation activities.  Record and analyze data using data collection and data maintenance software such as TerraSync and ArcPad.  Fill out the appropriate forms, site records and field notes.  Maintain photo logs of sites and artifacts.  Identify and catalog artifacts found at sites.  Maintain company and personal equipment.  Project sites worked on located in Arkansas, Louisiana, and South Texas.

 

NON-REVELANT EMPLOYEE HISTORY

 

IT Service Desk Representative

April 2008 - July 2011  -  Sapphire Inc.- Contractor at USAA - United Services Automobile Association | San Antonio, Texas

 

Tier 1 Technical Support Agent

August 2007 - April 2008  -  Volt Inc – Contractor for AT&T | San Antonio, Texas

 

Patriot Communications Switch Operator/Maintainer and Supervisor

May 2002 - August 2007  -  U.S. Army – Honorable Discharge

 

Contract Computer Technician

December 2001 - April 2002  -  Bits Technical Corp. - Laredo | Laredo, Texas

 

Computer Repair Technician

June 1999 - January 2000  -  Strategic Computer Solutions Inc. (SCSI) | Laredo, Texas

 

Network Switching System Operator/Maintainer

June 1992 - June 1996  -  U.S. Army – Honorable Discharge

 


OTHER SKILLS

·         Fluent in Spanish

·         Typing:  35 wpm

·         Able to work individually or in a group environment






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