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605 Skyline Drive
Laramie, Wyoming 82070

TRC Environmental Corporation in Laramie, Wyoming, is accepting applications and resumes for two field technicians to conduct Class III cultural resource inventory and limited testing for the 2012 field season.

TRC has a survey project beginning in early July, 2012 in the high Uinta Mountains of northeastern Utah. Elevations are above 10,000 ft throughout the project area. Field personnel will stay in Evanston, Wyoming, during the project.

Applicant must complete project-specific safety training for this project, and must pass drug screen as requirement for general hiring requirements.

Minimum of 1-3 years field experience and B.A./B.S. in Anthropology/Archaeology. Preferred candidates must be dependable, have good organizational and writing skills, GPS field navigation and mapping experience, and cumulative experience in Wyoming, Colorado, Utah is preferred. Other combinations of education and field experience may be considered.

Also: Experience completing Wyoming and/or Utah IMACS site forms is beneficial.

Must be physically able to conduct fieldwork at high elevations.
Hike 6-10 miles in rough terrain.
Carry 20-30 pound field pack.
Drive vehicles on rough 4x4 roads.

Wages are $12 to $16 hour depending on experience, and overtime is likely. Per Diem ($31/day) and lodging provided for all field work sessions outside of Laramie.

James A. Lowe Nathan E. Fleming
Principal Investigator Associate Program Manager
Cultural Program Manager

307.742.3843 307.742.3843

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