Topic ID #8716 - posted 10/2/2010 4:18 AM

Archaeological Laboratory Technician - Yardley, PA



Jennifer Palmer

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Requisition/Vacancy No.    52678BR
Position Title    Lab Tech Intern - Trenton
Job Category    TECHNICAL
Capability    Transportation
Office Region    USA - Northeast
Office Location    US - Trenton, NJ
Job Description   

Working at AECOM makes you a member of a global team and an award-winning company. You are supported through a network of connections within your role, your discipline and the regions in which you operate. 

With 41, 000 people in more than 100 countries, AECOM is a leader in all of the key markets that it serves. Our highly capable team provides a blend of global reach, local knowledge, innovation and technical excellence in delivering solutions that enhance and sustain the world’s built, natural and social environments.

At AECOM, our global network of planners, engineers, project managers and supporting technical specialists provides high quality services to public and private sector clients around the world. Travel by land, by sea or by air, and you will encounter transportation systems and facilities that AECOM has planned or designed whether a new subway system for New York City, a massive urban development project in the United Arab Emirates, a major container terminal in the port of Hong Kong, a 25-mile toll road in Western Sydney, or the capital improvement program at Los Angeles International Airport; they are all part of AECOM's award-winning global transportation experience.

Archaeological Laboratory Technician

AECOM is opening an internship position for an Archaeological Laboratory Technician to assist the Laboratory Director on an archaeological investigation of prehistoric sites bordering the Delaware River in New Jersey and Pennsylvania. The internship entails processing all artifacts recovered from the excavations to standards defined by the New Jersey State Museum and the Pennsylvania State Museum. Processing activities may include, but are not necessarily limited to: wet washing and dry brushing of artifacts, labeling artifacts for curation, data entry of artifact catalog information and photographing artifacts. Additional laboratory duties may include processing soil samples and preparing artifact and/or soil samples for shipment to specialized laboratories for additional analysis. Some limited fieldwork may also be required. Knowledge of data base programs (Access) and spreadsheets (Excel) is a plus.
 
The internship is based out of our Trenton, New Jersey office, but the intern will be required to have personal transportation to the field laboratory outside of Yardley, Pennsylvania. The internship will last for approximately three months- October through December, 2010.
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