05 Sep Archeologist Resource Assistant – HYBRID – Mio Ranger District, Huron-Manistee National Forests
Start/End Dates: February 5, 2024 – September 30, 2024
Compensation: $650 per week + $1000 monthly for housing
Medical insurance provided on request.
Application Due: October 31, 2023
The Resource Assistants Program seeks to engage ethnically and racially diverse young professionals in natural resource careers.
You must be:
- a U.S. citizen or legal resident.
- a college graduate.
* A personal vehicle is required for this position.
Please Apply Here
The Archaeologist will be performing field surveys in wooded terrain to include pedestrian walkover surveys and shovel testing. In addition, the Archeologist will assist with writing reports, drafting consultation letters with the State Historic Preservation Office and Local Tribes as well as scanning, filing, and digitizing site records, reports, and various records. In addition, limited artifact curation and cataloging will be a part of the job duties.
- Conduct field surveys in wooded terrain, including pedestrian walkover surveys and shovel testing.
- Assist in the preparation of archaeological reports.
- Draft consultation letters for communication with the State Historic Preservation Office and Local Tribes.
- Scan, file, and digitize site records, reports, and various documents.
- Participate in limited artifact curation and cataloging activities as needed.
- Shovel testing
- Detailed report writing
- Major studies relevant to this position are Anthropology and History. The successful applicant will have good communication skills, the ability to work as part of a team, and the ability to take direction and manage changing priorities. In addition, the candidate should be able to make independent decisions and understand when to ask for guidance when required.
- Completion of an accredited field school, archeological field, or lab work
- Ability to work independently, solve problems, be punctuality, curiosity, and interest in the outdoors
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