Topic ID #38105 - posted 2/23/2017 7:12 PM

Recent BA graduate looking to gain more experience, willing to travel



mnky1992


Kimberly Martin
3138 Meadow Pass
San Antonio, TX 78251 US
Cell Phone: (210)724-0138 
Email: m1n2k3y4@gmail.com
I just completed an internship with the National Park Service in San Antonio working on the historic missions doing both lab, field, and reception work. I graduated from the University of Texas at San Antonio with a bachelor’s of arts in anthropology. I  have done archaeological fieldwork in both Texas and Arizona. I am eager to expand my knowledge into other regions of the United States throughout the course of my career.   
Availability
Job Type: Permanent, Temporary, Term, Detail, Seasonal, Summer
Work: Full-Time, Part-Time, Shift Work, Intermittent, Job Sharing, Multiple Schedules
Skills
Ø    360 Photography
Ø    GPS / Survey
Ø    Hiking & Backpacking
Ø    Problem Solving
Ø    Conducted Archaeological Research
Ø    Artifact Washing / Flotation
Ø    Knowledgeable about Southwestern Archaeology
Ø    Insightful and Creative
Ø    Catch on to new Methods and Technology quickly
Ø    Great Listener and Engaging with New People
Ø    Have Experience with Soil Sampling
Ø    Type 33 words per minute 
Ø    Reception and Phone managing
Ø    Data Entry
Ø    Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Adobe's Photoshop, ACMS/ICMS 

 
Education
•    University of Texas at San Antonio
San Antonio, TX US
Bachelors of Arts Degree 5/2016
•    Northwest Vista College
San Antonio, TX US
Associates of Arts Degree 5/2013
Work Experience
    Dr. Robert Hard
116 Main Street
Duncan, AZ 85534 US
•    6/2015 – 7/2015
•    Volunteer
•    Hours per week: 45
o    This was an archaeological field school I attended where I got hands on experience in survey, excavation, and flotation. We were excavating a rock ring site called Round Mountain. 
    Macy’s 
15900 La Cantera Pkwy
San Antonio, TX 78256 US
•    12/2015 – 01/2016
•     Salary: $9.00
•     Hrs. per week: 28
o    Seasonal Cashier 
o    Duties: using a register, restocking the floor, placing online orders, interacting with customers, usual retail work.
Ø    National Park Service 
2202 Roosevelt Ave.
         San Antonio, TX 78210 US
•    6/2016 - 10/2016
•    Salary: $13.84
•    Hours per week: 40
•    Archaeology aid Intern


Volunteer Work & Research 
    Dr. Robert J. Hard
•    July 2015 – August 2015, looked through soil samples for microlithics and bone fragments.
•    August 2015 – December 2015, conducted a research project to determine whether a trough or large basin metate would be more efficient at grinding either pop or flour maize, ending in a research paper and graded by Dr. Hard.
    Steven Howard
•    October 2016, Gault school volunteer excavation 
 











 References
    Susan R. Snow 
•    San Antonio National Historical Park
World Heritage Coordinator
susan_snow@nps.gov 
(210)843-9028
Ø    Robert Hard Ph.D. 
•    University of Texas at San Antonio
Professor / Director of Archaeology Field School
robert.hard@utsa.edu
(210)458-7409
Ø    Ashley Jones M.A.
•    Raba Kistner Environmental. INC
Project Archaeologist
ajones@rkci.com
(713)996-8990                                                                                                                                                                                  
Ø    Kristina Solis M.A. 
•    University of Texas at San Antonio   
Professor / Flotation supervisor
kristina.solis@utsa.edu
(956)212-4096                                                       





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