Topic ID #42423 - posted 5/28/2020 9:28 PM

Skilled and Experienced Archaeologist with B.A.



Passionate and experienced archaeologist and anthropologist that has worked alongside Federal, Tribal and State agencies for over 6 years. Specialization in knowledge transmission and art history. I also illustrate objects in the field.


2014 • The Evergreen State College B.A. Archaeology/Anthropology


2014- Cultural Resources Technician
Archaeological Services, LLC., Tierra Right of Way, Capitol Land Trust, Washington

Dept. of Fish and Wildlife, Washington Department of Transportation

Archaeological site management-coordinate and monitor geological surveyors and

construction crews

Identify cultural sites

Coordinate and consult with Tribal, State and Federal Government

Analyze, identify, and catalog artifacts

Public outreach and education through training/guided tours

Regularly handled confidential/sensitive information

Data entry and analysis

Soil analysis and identification

Total Station + GPS use

Trenching and digging of 1m holes for survey

Artifact Preservation + Curation 2014

South Puget Sound Community College/Chehalis Tribe
Coordinate and consult with Tribal Government
Analyze, identify, and catalog artifacts for museum display and storage Public outreach and education through training/guided tours Regularly handled confidential/sensitive information
Data entry and analysis
High accuracy record keeping

Cultural Resources Technician 2013-2014

University of Liverpool-Camp Guernsey, WY
Surveying undocumented rock art sites in Wyoming, and analyzing known ochre sources with portable XRF (X-Ray Fluorescence)
Identification of Paleo-Indian artifacts and ancient megafauna
Data Management and Analysis
Lithic Identification in the field
GPS use


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Post ID#21041 - replied 6/26/2020 10:39 AM


We are seeking a Senior Project Archaeologist to serve as a cultural resources Principal Investigator. This is a permanent, full-time, salaried position. Candidates may have a specialty in historical, industrial, or prehistoric archaeology or in architectural history. The successful candidate will be expected to manage cultural resources projects, communicate with clients and government agencies, prepare proposals, manage project budgets, and write compliance reports and other project deliverables. The successful candidate may work from Broadbent’s Reno Denver or Las Vegas offices, but will be expected to be part of the overall team.

Thank you,
Jan Pieri
Senior HR Consultant


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