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  • 03/01/2016 5:47 PM | Anonymous

    Archaeology Field Supervisor

    Northern Illinois Field Station

    Illinois State Archaeological Survey

    University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign


    The Illinois State Archaeological Survey’s (ISAS) Northern Illinois Field Station (NIFS) – located in Elgin, IL – is looking for archaeological field supervisors with previous field and laboratory experience. NIFS conducts archaeological survey and excavation work in advance of Illinois Department of Transportation projects located within Illinois’ 18 northernmost counties. Under separate contract, NIFS also conducts archaeological surveys within the Forest Preserves of Cook County, IL.


    We would like to add several full time supervisory level employees to our current staff. Supervisory staff will be initially hired as University of Illinois Academic Hourly employees, with the potential for advancement to Civil Service. The typical workweek comprises 4 10-hour days – Monday through Thursday, 7am to 5pm. Crews meet at the Elgin office, and travel to and from project areas each day in University vehicles. Occasionally, long-term projects located a few hours from the Elgin office will require overnight stays; hotel costs and per diem are provided in these instances. The successful candidate must hold, at a minimum, a B.A. or B.S. degree. Preference will be given to candidates with previous experience supervising archaeological field projects in the Midwestern United States, previous GIS mapping experience, and experience writing technical reports.


    The employee will supervise Phase I pedestrian and shovel test surveys, and be responsible for general project management including archival background research, landowner interaction, site mapping and documentation, artifact processing and inventory, and report writing. The employee may also participate in and/or supervise Phase II testing and Phase III mitigation projects.


    The University of Illinois conducts criminal background checks on all job candidates upon acceptance of a contingent offer.


    Please send your vitae or resume, and note of interest in the position, via email to:


    Paula Porubcan

    Field Station Coordinator

    Illinois State Archaeological Survey

    Prairie Research Institute, University of Illinois

    Northern Illinois Field Station

    21 N. Union Street

    Elgin, IL 60123

    224-281-4730 (office)

    262-215-3712 (cell)

    porubcan@illinois.edu


    If you have any questions, please feel free to contact Ms. Porubcan via email or phone.

  • 11/16/2015 11:14 PM | Anonymous

    The Field Museum collections are among the top natural history collections in the world for their breadth, scope, and quality. The Field is one of the few institutions with collections that cover planetary origins and the full history of life on Earth with botanical, zoological, geological, and anthropological specimens and artifacts. The Museum’s strategy in Science and Education (S&E) creates a strong opportunity for the Museum to increase the impact of its collections.


    The Director of The Field Museum’s Collections Center (the Gantz Family Collections Center) will expand and shape the role that these collections play in global efforts to explore the past, understand the present, and ensure a future rich with biological and cultural diversity. The Director focuses the strategic growth of the collections, broadening their relevance and increasing their accessibility. This leadership position provides general oversight for the Museum's holdings of close to 30 million specimens and objects, in addition to the library and archive collections. The Director works closely with the Center’s leadership (heads of the Anthropological, Botanical, Geological, Zoological, and Library collections) to supervise personnel in collections management, oversee collections-related policies and procedures, and develop the Center’s annual budget. The Director will have active programs in one or more of the Museum’s collection areas, interact with members of the other S&E centers on collaborative initiatives, and develop strong ties with academic institutions locally and worldwide.


    This position reports to the Vice President of S&E and works as part of a team with the Directors of the Integrative ResearchScience Action, and Learning centers to set the vision and agenda for Science and Education at The Field Museum.


    PRIMARY RESPONSIBILITIES:

    Provides strategic vision and direction for the Gantz Family Collections Center by

    • making museum collections more relevant to research, conservation action, and learning worldwide;
    • identifying and promoting priorities for Field Museum collections in consultation with S&E leadership and committees of the Board of Trustees;
    • developing and overseeing implementation of innovative approaches for increasing accessibility and use of Field Museum collections; and
    • identifying global priorities for natural history collections in cooperation with other museums.

    Provides oversight for collections growth, care, and use by

    • supervising Center’s leadership and overseeing Center’s personnel;
    • overseeing strategic growth of the collections and collections staff;
    • overseeing deaccessions, including repatriation;
    • ensuring the highest standards of collections management; and
    • overseeing adherence to the Museum’s Collections Management Policy and regularly reviewing and updating policies for approval by Board of Trustees.

    Serves as the face of collections at The Field Museum by

    • fostering relationships with scholars, conservation professionals, and educators worldwide;
    • supporting collaborations with exhibitions, marketing, and public relations staff;
    • building networks with museums for training in collections management; and
    • fostering collaborations between Collections Center staff and communities, citizen scientists, members of the public, and other stakeholders.

    Oversees finances for the Center by

    • developing the annual budget for the Center with S&E and Center’s leadership;
    • supporting fundraising for the Center; and
    • helping secure grants for projects that improve the care, growth, access, and use of collections.

    JOB QUALIFICATIONS

    • An accomplished leader with keen knowledge of natural history collections and collections management, and deep appreciation for collections-based science and science communication
    • A respected scientist with an advanced degree in the biological, geological, or social sciences, or equivalent
    • At least six years of managing natural history collections with a sound knowledge of best practices, ethics, and AAM accreditation standards
    • Experience managing a diverse team of professionals in a results-oriented setting
    • Excellent communication skills
    • Demonstrated ability to build, lead, and sustain effective teams and collaborations
    • Experience writing proposals and administering grants
    • Superb organizational skills and attention to detail
    • Demonstrated familiarity with museum collections databases.

    To Apply: Please send a cover letter, resume, and references to Dawn Martin (dmartin@fieldmuseum.org), Operations Manager for Science & Education, The Field Museum. 


    Or apply online: https://www.fieldmuseum.org/about/careers?id=47677#47677


  • 11/04/2015 6:00 PM | Anonymous

    The Department of Anthropology, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign is seeking an Academic Advisor for the Anthropology Undergraduate Advising office. This office serves the approximately 200 undergraduate majors and minors in the department. This is a full time, twelve-month academic professional position. 


    Duties and Responsibilities

    • Provide academic advising to students on degree requirements and course selection, both declared anthropology majors and potential majors.

    • Maintain student records & files and compile annual statistics related to our undergraduate curriculum

    • Represent the Department of Anthropology at multiple campus–wide and College of Liberal Arts and Sciences recruiting events, for example Admitted Student days, Orange and Blue Days, Majors and Minors Fair.

    • Meet with prospective students (and their families) to promote the Department of Anthropology’s undergraduate program (advising the students on degree requirements, course selection, and opportunities for students who graduate with an anthropology degree)
    • Organize and conduct recruitment events and create media communications (via website and social media) to engage with potential anthropology majors

    • Provide advising and assistance to incoming freshmen and transfer students during summer orientation/registrations in coordination with the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences

    • Teach or co-teach in gateway and capstone courses in the undergraduate curriculum • Work with the Director of Undergraduate Studies on courses and curriculum development and related tasks

    • Advocate on behalf of students who are experiencing personal or medical complications and work in partnership with the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences and other resources on campus to develop viable plans for completion. 


    Required Qualifications: 

     Bachelor’s degree in anthropology or closely related social science, biological science or humanities field, 

     1 year of mentoring, counseling or advising experience is required, 

     Demonstrated ability and commitment to working with diverse groups, 

     Demonstrated ability to work collaboratively with colleagues, 

     Excellent written and oral communication skills, 

     Familiarity with the discipline of anthropology 


    Preferred Qualifications: 

     Master’s degree 

     Demonstrated knowledge and experience using social media platforms and/or with website design and maintenance, 

     Classroom teaching experience. 


    Salary is commensurate with qualifications and experience. Starting date is as soon after Jan 4, 2016 as possible. 


    TO APPLY: Please create your candidate profile and upload a cover letter and CV/resume through https://jobs.illinois.edu. For full consideration, all requested information including the names and contact information (Phone and Email) of 3 professional references must be submitted by November 20th, 2015. For information, contact Dr. Brenda Farnell, bfarnell@illinois.edu or 217-333-3616. 


    The University of Illinois conducts criminal background checks on all job candidates upon acceptance of a contingent offer. 


    Illinois is an equal opportunity employer and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, religion, color, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, age, status as a protected veteran, status as a qualified individual with a disability, or criminal conviction history. Illinois welcomes individuals with diverse backgrounds, experiences, and ideas who embrace and value diversity and inclusivity. (www.inclusiveillinois.illinois.edu). 


  • 08/12/2015 1:08 PM | Anonymous

    Senior Research Archaeologist – Northern Illinois Field Station

    Rockford, Illinois

    Illinois State Archaeological Survey

    Prairie Research Institute

    University of Illinois


    The Illinois State Archaeological Survey (ISAS), Prairie Research Institute, University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign, is seeking a Senior Research Archaeologist for the Northern Illinois Field Station located in Rockford, Illinois.  The Senior Research Archaeologist oversees the Field Station’s staff as they carry out archaeological surveys, testing, and excavations, analysis of recovered data, the preparation of reports of archaeological research meeting professional and regulatory standards.  This individual oversees field investigations and coordinates, as necessary, with landowners, contracting and regulatory agencies, construction firms, university administration, and Illinois State Archaeological Survey staff.  In addition, they manage the day-to-day organization of all field and laboratory equipment, and vehicles assigned to their project.  May serve in a leadership capacity functioning as a project director, site supervisor, or section leader or be delegated to act in place of the Field Station Coordinator.


    The successful candidate must have a BA in anthropology, archaeology, or a closely related field, plus a minimum of five years of relevant field, analytical, and laboratory experience in Eastern Woodlands archaeology (experience in CRM and/or transportation archaeology preferred), scientific and technical knowledge of Eastern Woodlands

    prehistoric and historic archaeology, a basic familiarity with Federal and Illinois historic and burial laws, administrative experience in personnel, and facilities management, as well as a demonstrated ability to manage research projects, analysis, and report preparation and to bring them to closure in a timely and competent manner.  Preference will be given to those candidates who have demonstrated archaeological excavation and analysis experience in Illinois prehistoric and historic archaeological sites.  Must have a basic familiarity with computer word processing, graphic, and database programs.  Must possess a valid Illinois driver's license as travel to field sites is a requirement for this position.  This is an academic professional position.  Salary is negotiable based on experience. Proposed starting date is as soon as possible after the closing date.


    All candidates must complete an online profile through https://jobs.illinois.edu.  Please upload your cover letter, resume detailing your relevant qualifications, and the contact information of three references through this system.


    For further information regarding application procedures, you may contact Janice Pankey <jpankey@illinois.edu>. Individuals having questions concerning this position should contact Mr. David Nolan, <djnolan@illinois.edu>.  To ensure full consideration, applications must be received by September 4, 2015.


    Illinois is an equal opportunity employer and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, religion, color, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, age, status as a protected veteran, or status as a qualified individual with a disability. Illinois welcomes individuals with diverse backgrounds, experiences, and ideas who embrace and value diversity and inclusivity (www.inclusiveillinois.illinois.edu).


  • 08/10/2015 12:11 AM | Anonymous

    The Illinois Historic Preservation Agency’s Preservation Services Division is seeking someone with experience and enthusiasm to lead our cultural resource review and compliance section, which currently consists of four staff members.

     

    The link to the job description and application procedure is:  PSA Option 1 - Preservation Services - Job Posting   or   http://agency.governmentjobs.com/illinois/default.cfm?action=viewJob&jobID=1210076

     

     

    If there are questions about the position or application procedures, the point of contact is our Human Resources Director, Dawn DeFraties:

     

    Dawn DeFraties, H.R. Director

    Illinois Historic Preservation Agency

    313 S. 6th Street

    Springfield, IL  62701

    (217) 785-7948 - office

    (217) 280-2116 - cell

    Dawn.DeFraties@Illinois.gov

     

    The deadline for applications is close of business on Monday, August 17.

     

    Many, many thanks!

     

    Rachel Leibowitz, Ph.D.

    Deputy State Historic Preservation Officer

    Preservation Services Division Manager

    Illinois Historic Preservation Agency

    1 Old State Capitol Plaza

    Springfield, Illinois 62701

    Phone: (217) 785-5031

    E-mail: rachel.leibowitz@illinois.gov

    Website: www.illinoishistory.gov


  • 07/07/2015 12:21 PM | Anonymous

    The Illinois State Archaeological Survey (ISAS), Prairie Research Institute, University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign, is seeking a Visiting Historic Architectural Compliance Specialist to be stationed at its central offices in Champaign, Illinois.  This individual will document, research, and evaluate historic resources and architectural resources (historic sites, buildings, districts, and bridges) for Illinois transportation projects in accordance with the rules and regulations of the National Historic Preservation Act (16 U.S.C. 470) and its implementing regulations (36 CFR 61, Appendix A) and the Illinois State Agency Historic Resources Preservation Act (20 ILCS 3420) and the guidelines of the National Register of Historic Places.


    The major duties and responsibilities of this individual include conducting field surveys and archival research on Federal-aid and State-aid transportation projects to identify and document historic resources (historic sites, districts, buildings, bridges or structures), to conduct historical research on properties, to identify and evaluate those eligible for listing in the National Register of Historic Places, to assess effects of the proposed transportation projects to those resources, to prepare documentation concerning such historic and architectural resources and effects to them in accordance with various State and Federal environmental laws and regulations, and to recommend mitigation alternatives for adversely affected resources.  Coordinate findings with IDOT to ensure historic property matters are incorporated into the planning, design, construction, and maintenance of transportation facilities.  Serve as an information source for IDOT and other State and Federal agencies and other parties concerning historic resources of the state.  Work with IDOT to develop memoranda of agreement and/or programmatic agreements for agreed upon mitigation measures.  Conduct public engagement activities that highlight the historic preservation practices of IDOT, ISAS, and Prairie Research Institute (PRI).  Occasional out-of-town projects/overnight travel are required for this position.  Candidates must have a Master’s degree in Historic Preservation, Architectural History, Architecture, or Historic Architecture or closely related field.


    Successful candidates must have demonstrated architectural field survey experience such as but not limited to large-scale surveys of corridors, cities, municipalities, and rural areas and experience in interpreting and applying historic preservation and/or environmental laws such as the National Historic Preservation Act. Possess familiarity with the Illinois State Agency Historic Resources Preservation Act (20 ISCS 3420), the National Environmental Policy Act, and section 4(f) of the US DOT Act.  Demonstrated working knowledge of documentary historic research methods, familiarity with both print and electronic media sources, and ability to prepare National Register of Historic Places Determination of Eligibility reports and to report findings in standard academic formats, using both digital photography, and computerized word and data processing formats (e.g., WORD, EXCEL, Photoshop, etc.).  Preferred: Experience in the use of computer Geospatial-Information Systems (GIS).  Driver's license required.


    Candidates must be able to fulfill the professional qualification standards for Architectural Historian/Historian in accordance with the National Park Services, Secretary of the Interior’s Code of Federal Regulations, 36 CFR Part 61 and Section 106 of the National Historical Preservation Act.


    This position requires a basic knowledge of U.S. history and architectural history, with an emphasis on the history of Illinois and the Midwestern region.  This is a one-year full-time Visiting Academic Professional position, however, the position could be made non-visiting in the future.  Salary is negotiable based on experience.   Proposed starting date is as soon as possible after the closing date.


    All candidates must complete an online profile through http://jobs.illinois.edu.  Please upload your cover letter, resume detailing your relevant qualifications, and the contact information of three references through this system.


    For further information regarding application procedures, you may contact Janice Pankey at 217-244-4244.  Individuals having questions concerning this position should contact Dr. Duane Esarey at 217-300-4437, or desarey@illinois.edu.  To ensure full consideration, applications must be received by July 27, 2015.

     

    Illinois is an equal opportunity employer and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, religion, color, national origin, sex, age, status as a protected veteran, or status as a qualified individual with a disability. Illinois welcomes individuals with diverse backgrounds, experiences, and ideas who embrace and value diversity and inclusivity (www.inclusiveillinois.illinois.edu).


  • 06/26/2015 5:35 PM | Anonymous

    Job Summary: The Glenn Black Laboratory (GBL) of Archaeology is a well-known resource for the study and interpretation of the past peoples of Indiana and the Midwest. Research in field archaeology couples with laboratory analysis and historic archival research to answer questions about history, ways of life, food and shelter, technology and art, belief and ritual, and interaction in the past, and makes it accessible to stakeholders including descendent communities. GBL collections comprise library and archives related to archaeology and ethno-history along with artifacts and samples from archaeological sites.

    This Curator of Collections has the responsibility to curate the archaeological collections of the Lab; to provide access to the Lab's collections to IU faculty, staff and students; to respond to public inquiries, and to promote collections research at GBL.

    The Curator will oversee management and preservation of archaeological materials and documents; conduct, publish and enhance research on GBL collections; oversee contracts with government agencies and private firms; ensure compliance with government regulations; apply for collection preservation and digitization grants; develop and facilitate educational programming, website enhancements and exhibits; present and publish work related to GBL collections; manage support staff and advise student academic appointees; serve on internal and external committees.

    Qualifications: Review your qualifications prior to applying to ensure that you meet the minimum qualifications for the position. Resume and cover letter required.

    REQUIRED: Master's degree and two years of experience in museum collections management and development, archaeological laboratory collections management or archaeological curation.

    Must have broad knowledge of archaeological materials and expert knowledge in archaeology of the American Midwest; must be experienced and familiar with archaeological survey, excavation, and remote sensing data; must have expertise in database development and use; must be up-to-date on Federal and State laws and guidelines; must be able to communicate effectively with multiple stakeholders from the general public to tribal cultural resource officer, to university students, faculty, and administrators. Must have working knowledge of general office equipment and Microsoft Office software, including Access. Filemaker Pro, Adobe Creative Suite, and ArcGIS experience very helpful.

    Preferred: PhD in Anthropology with Archaeology focus, or Masters in Anthropology/Archaeology AND a Masters in Museum Studies.

    Pay: This position is a 3RS position with a minimum starting salary of $39,707.

    Applications: Applications accepted until July 9, 2015, or until position is filled.  Apply online at www.jobs.iu.edu.


  • 06/06/2014 1:07 PM | Anonymous

    Commonwealth Cultural Resources Group, Inc. (CCRG) desires to fill the position of Project Principal Investigator/Project Archaeologist. The position will be located in our Jackson, Michigan, office. This position requires experience in conducting Phase I surveys, Phase II evaluations, and Phase III data recoveries, as well as a solid understanding of Section 106 of the National Historic Preservation Act and the National Register of Historic Places evaluation of historic properties. The ideal candidate will have a minimum of a M.A. (Ph.D. preferred) in anthropology/archaeology, or historic preservation. Experience working on Forest Service projects is a plus. 

    This position will be responsible for supervisory and project management of CRM projects. The position will conduct, oversee, and direct archaeological research and field investigations designed to identify NRHP-eligible historic properties. Work will involve the following responsibilities: directing Phase I, Phase II, and Phase III investigations; permitting and excavating human burials in accordance with state and federal statues; preparing and reviewing archaeological reports; designing and administering archaeological databases; hiring and supervising archaeological field and lab personnel; participating in professional organizations and meetings; preparing publications; and serving as a liaison to the public, government officials and clients. This position will include proposal-writing and new business development. 

    This position requires expert knowledge of the Section 106 and NEPA process and the ability to prepare well organized, thorough CRM documents is essential. Experience with large linear projects, including pipelines, and the Archaeological Resource Protection Act and Federal Energy Regulatory Commission CRM procedure is essential. Knowledge of computers, databases, GPS, and GIS is important. Areas of analytical expertise are open, but demonstrated ability to conduct artifact analyses and write key sections of reports (methods, results, artifact analyses) is a must. 

    Salary range for this position is competitive and dependent on experience with opportunities for advancement and higher salary; we seek a candidate who wishes to grow within the company. CCRG offers an excellent range of benefits (health, dental, life, and disability insurance, 401(k) with employer contribution, paid leave, etc.). CCRG is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Send letters of interest, curriculum vitae, writing sample, and a list of three professional references with contact information to: 

    Andrew J. Weir, President

    Commonwealth Cultural Resources Group, Inc.

    2530 Spring Arbor Road

    Jackson, MI 49203

    Applications and supporting materials may be submitted by e-mail to ajweir@ccrginc.com. 

  • 05/29/2014 11:33 AM | Anonymous

    BURIALS PROGRAM DIRECTOR (PRK4/5A Research Manager) Office of the State Archaeologist (Iowa), salary range $61,500 to commensurate.

     

    UI seeks an experienced bioarchaeologist to supervise, coordinate, and direct all activities pertaining to ancient human remains and burial sites in the state of Iowa. In consultation with the State Archaeologist of Iowa, the successful applicant will be expected to maintain compliance with all state and federal legislation regarding human remains (Code of Iowa 263B.7-9, 523I.316(6), 716.5; Iowa Administrative Rules 685-11.1; Native American Graves Protection and Repatriation Act (NAGPRA) 25.U.S.C. 3001 et seq.; 43CFR10). Additionally, the applicant must demonstrate the highest degree of sensitivity to, and respect for, cultural differences and diverse systems of belief while engaging in regular consultation with tribes and other descendant communities along with archaeologists and agency officials from local, state, and federal organizations as well as landowners, developers, and the general public. Responsibilities include operational, fiscal and staffing management; expertise and flexibility to respond as needed to diverse situations; and a willingness to collaborate. A valid driver's license is required (in-state travel frequent) and a successful credential and criminal background check will be required for the selected candidate.

     

    REQUIRED QUALIFICATIONS:

    *             Master's degree in Anthropology (Bioarchaeology, Archaeology, or Biological Anthropology) or an equivalent combination of education and experience.

    *             Three year minimum experience in North American archaeology supervising field and lab activities including burial-related excavation.

    *             Three year minimum experience in human osteological analysis and research including knowledge of and experience with professionally accepted human osteological methods, techniques, and theoretical advances in research.

    *             Demonstrated experience in NAGPRA implementation and tribal consultation.

    *             Success in grant writing and managing grant-funded projects.

    *             Knowledge of Iowa and federal laws and regulations pertaining to ancient human remains and cultural resources.

    *             Demonstrated ability to work effectively with tribal and descendant groups, agencies and organizations, other archaeologists and professionals, and the general public.

    *             Demonstrated program administration, communication, writing, and computer skills.

     

    DESIRED QUALIFICATIONS:

    *             Ph.D. in Anthropology (Bioarchaeology, Archaeology, or Biological Anthropology) or closely related field.

    *             Publications in bioarchaeology-related research.

    *             Proven success in managing multiple on-going projects.

    *             Basic knowledge of Iowa/Midwestern/Plains archaeology.

    *             GIS user knowledge and experience interpreting soils in burial and mound contexts.

    *             Experience using social media.

     

    For information about the UI Office of the State Archaeologist visit: http://archaeology.uiowa.edu Apply on line: Jobs@UIOWA http://jobs.uiowa.edu/  Requisition #64510; applications due 6/18/14

     

    The University of Iowa is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer.  All qualified applicants are encouraged to apply and will receive consideration for employment free from discrimination on the basis of race, creed, color, national origin, age, sex, pregnancy, sexual orientation, gender identity, genetic information, religion, associational preference, status as a qualified individual with a disability, or status as a protected veteran.

  • 02/27/2014 9:45 AM | Anonymous

    Project Principal Investigator/Project Archaeologist

    Commonwealth Cultural Resources Group, Inc. (CCRG)

    Commonwealth Cultural Resources Group, Inc. (CCRG) desires to fill the position of Project Principal Investigator/Project Archaeologist. The position will be located in our Milwaukee, Wisconsin office or the Minneapolis/St. Paul area. This position requires experience in conducting Phase I surveys, Phase II evaluations, and Phase III data recoveries, as well as a solid understanding of Section 106 of the National Historic Preservation Act and the National Register of Historic Places evaluation of historic properties. The ideal candidate will have a minimum of a M.A. (Ph.D. preferred) in anthropology/archaeology, or historic preservation.

    This position will be responsible for supervisory and project management of CRM projects. The position will conduct, oversee, and direct archaeological research and field investigations designed to identify NRHP-eligible historic properties. Work will involve the following responsibilities: directing Phase I, Phase II, and Phase III investigations; permitting and excavating human burials in accordance with state and federal statues; preparing and reviewing archaeological reports; designing and administering archaeological databases; hiring and supervising archaeological field and lab personnel; participating in professional organizations and meetings; preparing publications; and serving as a liason to the public, government officials and clients. This position will include proposal-writing and new business development.

    This position requires expert knowledge of the Section 106 and NEPA process and the ability to prepare well organized, thorough CRM documents is essential. Experience with large linear projects, including pipelines, and the Archaeological Resource Protection Act and Federal Energy Regulatory Commission CRM procedure is essential. Knowledge of computers, databases, GPS, and GIS is important. Areas of analytical expertise are open, but demonstrated ability to conduct artifact analyses and write key sections of reports (methods, results, artifact analyses) is a must.

    Salary range for this position is competitive and dependent on experience with opportunities for advancement and higher salary; we seek a candidate who wishes to grow within the company. CCRG offers an excellent range of benefits (health, dental, life, and disability insurance, 401(k) with employer contribution, paid leave, etc.). CCRG is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Send letters of interest, curriculum vitae, writing sample, and a list of three professional references with contact information to:


    Andrew J. Weir

    President

    Commonwealth Cultural Resources Group, Inc.

    2530 Spring Arbor Road

    Jackson, MI 49203


    Applications and supporting materials may be submitted by e-mail to ajweir@ccrginc.com.

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