Topic ID #41694 - posted 10/18/2019 9:38 AM

Field Technicians Needed Oct 24-31 in Oregon

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                 Field Technicians for Upcoming Survey—Central Oregon

Archaeological and Historical Services (AHS) is a cultural resource firm affiliated with Eastern Washington University in Cheney, WA that conducts work all over the Northwest U.S.  AHS is currently seeking applicants for Archaeological Technicians that may be interested in working with our staff of archaeologists from October 24 through 31 on a large-acreage pedestrian survey in central Oregon.  Food per diem and lodging cost reimbursements (no travel advances) during the field session will be provided to individuals working on the project if it is more than 50 miles from their home (based on current GSA rates for the project location).

Responsibilities include but are not limited to:

1.      Work with AHS cultural resource staff on a daily basis in the field
2.      Complete pedestrian survey transects over uneven ground in variable and sometimes extreme weather conditions
3.      Take field notes and complete field and office forms
4.      Basic artifact and feature identification
5.      Document project/site features with gps receiver
6.      Photograph artifacts, features, and archaeological sites using a DSLR camera (provided)


  •  B.A./B.S. in anthropology or archaeology
  • At least 6 months of relevant field experience
  • Ability to carry 50 lbs. or more across uneven terrain in various inclement weather conditions and work in a remote location
  • Be able to travel to either the project location or our offices in Cheney, WA

 Prior experience in the Great Basin, particularly in central Oregon is preferred.

 To be considered for a position, please email a brief cover letter, your CV (including a current address) and three references to  We will keep all CVs on file at our office and contact qualified field technicians as needed.


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