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Desert Climate Archaeological Monitor/Technician

Position Summary:

Archaeological monitor with California or desert environment experience
serving in a field position engaged in archaeological and cultural
resource projects throughout California. Primary duty will be
archaeological monitoring of project construction for desert projects
throughout Southern California (Mojave and Colorado Deserts)

Duties and Responsibilities:

* Conducts archaeological monitoring as assigned as part of a
* Completes daily reporting logs and contributes to monthly reports
* Occasional writing regarding findings.
* Assists in report preparation.
* Other duties as assigned including office and/or lab work
associated with cultural resource management


* A B.S. or B.A. degree in anthropology, archaeology, historical
archaeology, or a related field, and one year experience monitoring in
California; or An A.S. or A.A. degree in anthropology, archaeology,
historical archaeology, or a related field, and four years experience
monitoring in California; or Enrollment in upper division classes
pursuing a degree in the fields of anthropology, archaeology, historical
archaeology, or a related field, and two years of monitoring experience
in California.
* Must be willing to travel locally to conduct field work.
* Must be familiar with the use of hand-held sub-meter GPS units
* Strong oral and written communication skills.
* Must be willing to travel and potentially spend up to several
weeks/months in desert environments

To Apply: Please submit all applications to vacancy number 69698
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