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[ShovelBums.Org] Field Techs for Southern Nevada - $15-$20/HR


NewFields Environmental Planning and Compliance is seeking 2-4 field technicians and 1 crew chief for two projects in southern Nevada.  One project involves reevaluation of 66 mining sites, the other is survey of 2400 acres.  Pay will range from $15 to $20 per hour depending on experience and housing and meals will be paid for individuals located outside the Las Vegas area.  Qualified applicants for the mines recording project should have a bachelors degree in Anthropology or a related discipline and experience recording complex mining sites.  For the pedestrian survey, qualified applicants should have a bachelors degree in Anthropology or a related discipline and at least a field school.  Crew chief applicants should have experience supervising others. Individuals should be prepared to work in the hot desert carrying field gear and water. To apply send a letter of interest and your resume with at least 3 references to If you have sent a resume previously, please send again and remind me that you have corresponded previously.  No phone calls please.



Anne DuBarton

Project Manager and Cultural Resources Program Manager

NewFields Environmental Planning and Compliance, LLC

8250 W. Charleston Boulevard, Suite 100

Las Vegas, Nevada 89117

(702) 952-2072 - Office

(702) 952-2073 - Fax

(702) 335-3876 - Mobile


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