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ACS is looking to hire a Field Technician already living in Connecticut. The position is long-term, but on a project by project basis to start. Candidates must be able to have flexible work and scheduling conditions. Approximately one-half of the work will be in commuting distance within Connecticut, the other half in various northeastern states with per diem provided. Candidates should have a B.A. with field school and ideally cultural resource management experience including the excavation of feature contexts. The ideal candidate will be targeted for working towards a crew chief position. The field work is physically demanding and requires the candidate to be physically fit. Please respond to with resume in Word.*

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