BA/BS Degree in archeology, anthropology, history, architectural history, and/or historic architecture OR Minimum of 10 year(s) of experience in Archeology
Valid State Driver's License.
Must have completed an archeological field school or have experience conducting professional or academic archeological research under the supervision of a Principal Investigator.
Conduct Phase I and II archeological field work under the supervision of the Cultural Resources Specialist (CRS). Perform office work associated with the analysis, recordation, and reporting of archeological projects.
Archeological fieldwork 50%
Duties related to archeological fieldwork as assigned 20%
Recordation and evaluation of archeological resources 20%
Conduct research, literature reviews, data compilations, and reporting 10%
Subject to mandatory USDA Computer Security and Privacy training as mandated by law.
Will provide training in NRCS Cultural Resources policy and procedures to include the below: Title 190 Ecological Science Part 601 Cultural Resources Procedures Handbook Section 106 Compliance NRCS Cultural Resources Modules 1-8
Overnight travel: Overnight travel should be anticipated on a bi-weekly to monthly basis as field conditions and workload dictate.
Air travel anticipated: Once a year for training opportunities as budget and workload allow.