Topic ID #37597 - posted 11/7/2016 9:12 AM

Archaeological Field Technician - Fresno, CA


Job Description:

Environmental Intelligence, LLC (EI) is seeking archaeological field technicians to support projects throughout Southern and Central California. The applicant should demonstrate experience working as an archaeologist on inventory, research, evaluation, and mitigation projects. Applicant should send a cover letter and resume to

Duties and Responsibilities:

· Conduct pedestrian survey and construction monitoring in the field, including the collection of field data, digital photography, artifact identification, GPS data collection, and mapping.
·Assist in conducting research and literature reviews.
·Assist in the preparation of technical reports, California DPR-523 site forms, and other deliverables.

Education and Experience:

·Minimum of a Bachelor’s degree in Archaeology, Anthropology, or closely related discipline; Master’s degree is a plus.
·Completion of an archaeological field school or equivalent experience.
·At least two (2) years of experience in California with a range of field tasks including archaeological survey and construction monitoring.

· Demonstrated ability to work independently, and to work well with others as part of a team.
·Proficiency with Microsoft Office Word and Excel, and ability to use related computer systems and software.
·Experience with GPS equipment is required; GIS experience using ArcMap and other ESRI software is a plus.
·Valid driver’s license and safe and reliant vehicle, with travel often required off of paved roads.
·Ability to travel to a location, walk and conduct fieldwork for long hours, sometimes in inclement weather, rugged terrain, often at high altitudes, and ability to carry equipment and supplies weighing up to 50 pounds is required.
·Ability to travel as needed throughout Southern and Central California.Familiarity with cultural resource law and regulations.


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