Topic ID #38705 - posted 9/9/2017 7:56 AM

St. Louis-Based Cultural Resource Management Field Archaeologist seeks Temporary Fieldwork Positions



Corey Fitzpatrick

Corey Fitzpatrick
314 459 4019
coreyfitzpatrick314@gmail.com



Education
Bachelor’s of Arts, Anthropology. University of Missouri-Saint Louis 2016
Archaeology Certificate
Pierre-Laclede Honors Certificate

Archaeological Experience

Field Archaeologist: Archaeological Research Center of St. Louis 2016- present
-Phase III mitigation at 23SL2393 in St. Louis, Missouri, examining historic neighborhoods from the 1870s to
1920s. Conducted field and laboratory work.
-Phase II excavation at 23WN1165 in Innsbrook, Missouri, examining a pre-contact site. Conducted field work.
-Phase II excavation at 23JE1925 in Eureka, Missouri, examining a pre-contact site. Conducted field and
laboratory work.
-Phase I and II survey/excavation at 23SC2230 in St. Charles, Missouri, an Early Woodland site. Conducted
field and laboratory work.
-Phase I and II survey/excavation at 23LN1421 & 23LN1422 in Troy, Missouri, examining an Archaic site.
Conducted field and laboratory work.
-Phase I survey at 23SC2231, 23SC2232, 23SC2233, historic and pre-contact sites in St. Charles, Missouri.
Conducted field work.
-Phase I survey in Lee's Summit, Missouri. Conducted field work.
-Laboratory work for Phase III at 23SL2334, Madam Haycraft, in St. Louis, Missouri.
-Phase I surveys in Cooper, Duncan, New Madrid and Saline Counties, Missouri.
-Phase I survey at 23SC2228, a pre-contact site, in St. Charles, Missouri. Conducted field work.

Dig Supervisor: St. Louis University 2014
-Supervised, taught and assisted international students with St. Louis University excavation of historic late
1800s carriage house.
-Catalogued and curated historic artifacts as part of a supervisory team

Lab Supervisor: University of Missouri-Saint Louis 2013-2014
-Facilitated the identification, recording and curation of pre-contact Middle Woodland, Late Woodland and
Mississippian artifacts, as well as historic artifacts, managed archives and edited errors from archive database

Lab Intern: University of Missouri-Saint Louis 2012-2013
- Recorded and curated pre-contact Middle Woodland, Late Woodland and Mississippian artifacts, as well as
historic artifacts, conducted data entry

Field School Excavator: Blanchette Homestead, University of Missouri-Saint Louis 2011
-Excavated, examined and curated artifacts at 23SC2101, an historic 1760s to 1820s homestead site on
collaborative team with staff and students from University of Missouri St. Louis and Lindenwood University

Relevant University Coursework
ANTHRO 1019: Archaeology
ANTHRO 4326: Internship in Archaeology
ANTHRO 4309: Archaeological Field
School
ANTHRO 2131: Archaeology of North
America
ANTHRO 2134: Archaeology of the Inca,
Aztec and Maya
ANTHRO 1005: Biological Anthropology
ANTHRO 1011: Cultural Anthropology
ANTHRO 2111: Cultures of East Asia
ANTHRO 4315: Professionalism in Practice
in Anthropology
ANTHRO 4301: Ideas and Explanations in
Anthropology
ANTHRO 2105: Human Variation
ANTHRO 2124: Cultures of Africa
HONORS ANTHRO 4010: Methods in
Archaeology: Public Archaeology
HONORS ANTHRO 4010: Ethnobiology
HONORS 3030: Cultural Collapse and Sustainable
Development
HONORS 2030: Cognition across Cultures
HONORS 3031: Medical Anthropology
HONORS 2310: Images of Japan
HONORS 3032: Primate Behavioral Research at St.
Louis Zoo
HONORS 2031: War Media: Vietnam, Afghanistan,
and Iraq
SOC 3220: Statistics
ST ART 1140: Drawing
ST ART 1060: Photography

Other Work Experience
Tropical World Pets: Manager St. Louis, MO 2013-2016
Marine Fish, Freshwater Fish, Reptiles, Amphibians, Invertebrates
-Communicate complex biological concepts in an easily understandable way
-Retain large bodies of information about a diverse range of topics, species etc
-Work with clients in a professional capacity
-Deduce a client’s needs and deliver a product in an efficient and cost effective manner
-Synthesize information in order to present a broad picture of situations
-Diagnose problems with limited information and provide solutions
-Manage in an effective and productive manner

Drunken Fish: Server St. Louis, MO 2012-2013
-Thrive in fast-paced work environment
-Achieve success in commission/sales based wage structure
-Serve the needs of diverse clientele effectively

RadioShack: Commission Sales Shrewsbury, MO 2010–2012
- Respond to client’s needs and deliver a product in an efficient and cost effective manner
-Conduct business with clients in a professional capacity
-Visualize problems with limited information and provide solutions
-Retain large bodies of tech information

Professional Memberships, Awards and Volunteer Experience:
AAZK Large Carnivore Keeper Certification 2016
Pierre-Laclede Honors College Student Association 2012-2016
Missouri History Museum Member 2016-present
AAZK Supporting Member 2016-present
American Anthropological Association Member 2015-present
Endangered Wolf Center Volunteer 2015-present
Missouri Archaeology Society Member 2015-present
St. Louis Zoo Supporting Member 2014-present
Missouri Aquarium Society Member 2013-present
Professional Skills
Cultural Resource Management training
Visual survey/shovel testing experience
Excavation experience: precontact
Excavation experience: historic
Mapping experience
GPS plotting experience
Archival research experience
Archivist/curation experience
Data entry experience
Database management experience
Experience working with a team to complete curation and data entry
Experience working with deadline for curation and data entry
Strong skill set in Microsoft Excel, Microsoft Word, and Microsoft PowerPoint
Strong English writing and speaking skills





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