Topic ID #38887 - posted 10/25/2017 4:11 PM

Looking for work with GIS and architectual surveys



Smoore13

I am looking for opportunities to gain more experience with GIS and architectural surveys. I am based out of Columbia, South Carolina.



Sarah Moore

Autumngis@gmail.com

 

Education

Master of Arts in Public History, University of South Carolina, December 2016. Concentration: Historic Preservation

 

Post Baccalaureate Certificate in Geographic Information Systems, Virginia Commonwealth University of Richmond, Virginia. December 2009.

 

Bachelor of Arts in Anthropology, Beloit College, May 2003. 

 

Non Degree Workshops

 

National Preservation Institute (NPI) workshop: GIS for Cultural Resources: Advanced Techniques, Presented/taught by Deidre McCarthy Mount Vernon, Virginia. March 1, 2017

 

National Preservation Institute (NPI) workshop: Emerging Technologies for Cultural Resources Presented by the Mt. Vernon Archaeology Staff, Mount Vernon, Virginia. March 2, 2017

 

National Preservation Institute (NPI) workshop: Archaeological Curation and Collections Management Presented/taught by Barbara H. Margid. Richmond, Virginia. April 18-20, 2012 

 

Work Experience

 

University of South Carolina Digital Library

Digital Collections Assistant, part time

 August 2013-current,

 Scanned archival documents, photographs, negatives, microfilm, and newspapers to tiff and jpeg images for different digital scanning projects from materials from the campuses libraries.

. Basic use of Adobe Photoshop and Adobe Bridge to process, rename, and convert images to different formats.

 Creation of metadata using the Digital Public Library of Americas guidelines using the Dublin Core schema.

 Use of Microsoft Excel to create metadata for these images.

 Uploaded finial images and metadata into the university’s digital asset repository, CONTENTdm.

 Helped to keep and maintain the structural hierarchy of the digital images and files organized on the Digital Collections project drive.

 

South Carolina Department of Archives and History. Columbia, South Carolina.

Reference Services Support, part time

August 2013-current,

       Assist the Archives Reference Room by printing requested pages of microfilm and photocopying selected documents.

 

Michaels Craft Stores Columbia, South Carolina

 Cashier/ Sales Associate part time

August 2013 to current

            Helped customers with questions and finding products. Assisted customers with finial purchases by scanning products and ensured proper pricing.

 

 South Carolina State Historic Preservation Office Columbia, South Carolina

Internship

May –September 2015

Duties consisted of:

Locating and examining existing Memoranda of Agreements (MOAs) and the Programmatic Agreements on file at the SHPO office. I made a list of any changes and updates to the agreements.

·       Assisting in the preparation of nomination packets for the South Carolina Nomination Review Board.

o   Creation of Boundary Maps for Nominated Properties using google maps

o   Selection of photographs to be used in the nomination packet.

·       Assisted with one aspect of the community outreach aspect of South Carolina Preservation Plan

 

Cultural Resources Analysts, Inc (CRAI)

Archaeology field technician, part time August and October 2012

  • PHI testing (shovel testing and pedestrian survey )for 501 Passing Lane in Campbell County, VA.. Archaeology field technician August, 2012 supervisor Emily Calhoun
  • PHI testing (shovel testing) in southern Ohio.
  • PHI testing (shovel testing and basic use of GPS using ArcPad). for RT 711 in Powathan, VA.

 

James River Institute of Archaeology (JRIA)

Archaeology field technician, temporary:  May –August, 2012

·       PHII testing (shovel testing and excavating 3x3ft units).for the Loudon County Park Service in Manassas, VA

 

Michael Baker Jr., Inc

Archaeology field technician, temporary. March  2012

·       Assisted with Phase I testing (shovel testing and excavating 50x50cm units) in Prichard, WV.

 

Paciulli and Simmons and Associate, Ltd.

Archaeology field technician, temporary December 2011-January 2012

·       Phase I evaluation (Shovel testing, filling out corresponding paperwork) Manassas, VA

Archaeology lab technician, temporary

·       Assisted with data entry of artifact information into Re:discovery ICMS 8.10.

·       Artifact processing using NPS guidelines (washing, sorting, bagging, tagging & labeling artifacts)

 

Louis Berger Group

Archaeology technician (full time, temporary status)

April 2012.

  • Phase III testing (excavated 1 meter by 1 meter units, screened for artifacts, draw profiles, and completed corresponding work) of a prehistoric site Winchester, VA.
  • Phase I  (shovel testing) for a power line expansion/updating near Charlottesville, VA

 October 2011-December 2011. Supervisor Gregory LaBudde

  • Phase I evaluation  (shovel testing, completing paperwork and use of compass) at Ft. Campbell, TN and Phase I evaluation at Ft. Stewart, GA.  Crew Chief Warren Wilson. October 2010-January 2011

 Versar, Inc

Archaeology Technician (Part time-temporary status) June – August 2011

·       Phase II testing (excavating test units, looking for features, completing paperwork, drawing measured profiles of units of walls) in preparation for a road expansion near Middletown, DE.

 

AMEC Earth & Environmental

Archaeology technician, temporary August-September 2011.

·       Phase I evaluation (shovel tests, completing paperwork, and use of a compass) in northeastern PA.

John Milner Associates

Archaeology technician, temporary July 2010

·       Phase II evaluation (excavating units, completing paperwork and drawing measured profiles) of a historical site in Alexandria, VA

 

Advantage Environmental Consultants LLC

Archaeological Field Technician, temporary April 2010

·       Phase II evaluation  (excavating shovel tests, units, completing corresponding paperwork, drawing measure plans and profiles) at multicomponent site in Virginia.

 

District of Columbia Office of Planning-DC Historical Preservation Office –DC State Archaeologist Dr. Ruth Trocolli

GIS intern May-Aug 2010 (unpaid)

·       Management of archaeological GIS data layers. Main tasks consisted of creating a polygon layer for archaeological sites. Used ArcMap 9.2, ArcCatalogue 9.2, and Excel. Prepared technical reports and data summaries for use in Section 106 compliance reviews by the State Archaeologist.  Updating and editing GIS attribute data, researching locations of historic

 

 

Cultural Resources Inc. (CRI) Glen Allen, Virginia

Archaeological Field Technician, March 2006-October 2009

       Archaeology testing and excavations in locations throughout Virginia. Artifact processing, use of Trimble GPS unit in field.

 

Thomas Jefferson’s Monticello Charlottesville, Virginia

Archaeology lab technician December 2005 to March 2006 temporary grant funded position

            Cleaned and sorted artifacts from recent archaeology excavation.

 

George Washington Fredericksburg Foundation-Ferry Farm, Fredericksburg, Virginia

Archaeological Internship, Summer 2005

Phase III excavation in order to determine the location of an 18th Century House Structure.

        Duties included:  excavating units, completing paperwork, drawing profiles and plans, basic artifact processing including introduction of basic identification of English Colonial artifacts.

 

Hopewell Furnace National Historic Site, Elverson, Pennsylvania

Curatorial Internship Summer 2004

Assisted with an annual museum collections inventory and other museum related activates at the historic site.

 ·       Duties included: checking a museum inventory list against the catalogue record, accession record, and the actual artifact, update changes to location and  artifact condition when needed,  accessioned and cataloged artifacts, made updates and edits the on Automated National Catalogue System (ANCS+), performed environmental readings in historical buildings, and assisting with filling out Preservation Act Compliance Forms.  Historical research involving primary and secondary resources on a person who once lived at the furnace to be used for public interpretation at the Historic Site.

 






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