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Archaeology Crew Chief

TEC Inc, an international consulting company is seeking an Archaeological Crew Chief for our York, Pennsylvania office
TEC is seeking an Archaeological Crew Chief for a 2-month Phase I survey in Virginia. The candidate should have previous supervisory experience, the ability to organize paperwork and artifacts in the field, and the ability to work well with field crew and project directors.
Essential Duties :
 Supervise Archaeological Field Technicians in the performance of daily duties
 Organize field notes, maps, photographs, and field artifact logs
 Use handheld GPS unit, transit and other field equipment
 Assist in the completion of daily field activities including shovel testing and excavation
 Report to the Field Director and Principal Investigator
Minimum Qualifications Required:
 Completion of archaeological field school is preferred
 BA degree in Archaeology or Anthropology is preferred
 Excellent written, oral and computer skills
 Ability to exercise professional discretion and judgment.
 Excellent interpersonal and communication skills
 Periodic travel required, including international travel
 Work in project locations remote from their home office for extended time periods
 Prior supervisor experience
Training and Experience:
 Supervisory experience
 Experience in Archaeological Survey
 Experience with report writing, summary of research
 Experience managing small projects
 Experience in organizing and inventorying data
To apply for this position, please go to our website at:

Archaeological Field Technician

TEC is a full-service environmental engineering and consulting company serving public and private sector clients worldwide. Our geographic diversity (16 offices, including Germany and Hawaii) allows us to support clients in all 50 states and overseas.
TEC is seeking archaeological field technicians for a 2-month Phase I survey project in Virginia. The ideal candidate will have the following minimum requirements:
 BA or BS in Anthropology or related field
 Completion of a field school in Archaeology
 Physical ability to complete up to 35 shovel tests per day and carry equipment and field supplies
 Ability to complete paperwork, maps, photologs, and artifact inventories
 Ability to use survey and GPS equipment preferred
 Preference for experience in the Middle Altantic, Northeast, or Southeast.
To apply for this position, please visit our website at:


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