Topic ID #38276 - posted 4/23/2017 12:13 PM

Field Director - Seeking work in Wyoming



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Rebecca Mashak
blmashak@gmail.com

Education
2013 M.A.     Grand Canyon University Secondary Science Education
2005 B.A. University of Wyoming Anthropology

Professional Experience

Arcadis U.S., Inc. - Buffalo, Wyoming
Associate Principle Investigator / Field Director / Associate Project Manager
March 2013 to Present

USDA Forest Service Bearlodge Ranger District Black Hills National Forest - Sundance, Wyoming
Seasonal Archaeology Technician 
Summers 2011 and 2012

LTA, Inc. - Laramie, Wyoming
Field Director / Crew Chief
May 2008 to April 2011

Current Archaeological Research - Rock Springs, Wyoming
Associate Crew Chief / Crew
May to November 2006

University of Wyoming - Laramie, Wyoming
Field Archaeologist
August to December 2004

Core Competencies

Ms. Mashak has been involved in cultural resource management for 12 years. Her professional experience has primarily been in the Rocky Mountains, Northern Plains, and Upper Pacific Northwest archaeology. Ms. Mashak possesses technical knowledge in the archaeological sciences including cultural resource laws and practice, pedestrian survey, construction monitoring, and technical report authorship. She currently holds field director and project archaeologist status for the Arcadis cultural resource permits in Colorado, Wyoming, and the U.S. Forest Service Region 2. 

Ms. Mashak is educationally trained in physical anthropology, however has experience in site inventory, testing, historic structure documentation, visual effects and setting assessment, determination of eligibility, effect, and NRHP recommendations. Additionally, her experience includes block and linear inventory projects for: transmission lines, seismic surveys, fiber optic lines, pipelines, irrigation canals, wind farm facilities, oil & gas facilities, as well as mine expansion and reclamation projects. She has experience with multiple lead agencies, primarily with the Bureau of Land Management, U.S. Forest Service, and the Wyoming Abandoned Mine Land Division of the DEQ. Ms. Mashak has been the lead archaeologist on Superfund remediation projects in Wyoming, Idaho, and Washington. She has field experience in Wyoming, Montana, South Dakota, Colorado, Idaho, Washington, Texas, Nebraska, Indiana, and New York.

Ms. Mashak has worked in a variety of disciplines including: ecological and wildlife surveys for federally listed threatened, endangered, candidate, and sensitive species throughout Wyoming; vegetation, soil, and wetland surveys in compliance with the State of Wyoming and Federal regulations; and conducted field inspections for Phase I ESAs and Spill Prevention Containment and Control (SPCC) acquisitions.






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