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JOB OPENING: Multiple Archaeology Positions Available

LOCATION: southern Great Plains


Stell Environmental Enterprises, Inc. (SEE) is a woman-owned business specializing in environmental and planning consulting services. We are unwavering in our commitment to provide clients with sustainable solutions to their environmental needs.


We have multiple openings for qualified archaeologists on various projects in the southern Great Plains. Positions available can accommodate varying degrees of experience and span from Archaeological Field Technicians (BA) through Field Directors (MA). Responsibilities may include all aspects of archaeological support including archival research, collection of mapping and GIS data, Phase I surface survey and shovel testing, Phase II testing, Phase III data recovery, post field work documentation and processing, artifact analysis, collections management, site and project documentation, technical report assistance and production. Applicants should posses a thorough understanding of Section 106 (NHPA) and other cultural regulations required to perform technical/project reviews and work in accordance with all other applicable laws and regulations.


*A minimum of a BA in anthropology and/or archaeology or related field with participation in an accredited field school or equivalent fieldwork experience. A Master's is preferred at the level of Field Director.

*Previous southern Great Plains experience is strongly preferred.

*Ability to travel and conduct fieldwork on-site, sometimes in inclement weather conditions, in varied and rugged terrain.

*Must be able to operate 4x4 vehicles, have strong map reading skills, and conduct field work in safe responsible manner.

*GIS (Trimble, ArcGIS, etc), general MS Office applications and Access database skills desired.

*Strong writing and effective communications skills, ability to work on multiple projects, and within a group or individual setting.

*Must be organized, detail oriented, and posses the ability to take clear and accurate field notes.  

*Candidate must be a US Citizen, have a current driver's license, and be able to pass a background security investigation.

Applicants should submit a CV/resume, work references, salary requirement, and date when you are available to begin work. Submit required documents as a PDF or Word file to  All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to their race, color, religion, sex, or national origin. 

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