Archaeological Technician

Crew member must possess a minimum of an A.A or B.A., completion of certified field school, as well as a basic understanding of archaeological method and theory. Crew member must retain basic field and lab skills required for construction monitoring, survey, excavation, and laboratory work including: 

  • Experience with a compass, reading topographic, aerial, and project maps

  • Ability to draw site and feature maps (plan and profile views) and complete standard archaeological site records

  • Performs basic excavation skills including an ability to fill out record forms in an accurate and concise manner

  • Ability to conduct basic identification of cultural materials in the field and in the lab

  • Ability to carry gear and perform surveys for several days straight over rugged terrain

  • Carry out laboratory procedures such as washing and organizing materials in the field

  • Carry out additional laboratory procedures such as cleaning, sorting, cataloging, and accessions

  • Enter archaeological artifact and project data in appropriate forms and databases

  • Prepare artifacts for curation according to standard Albion guidelines

  • Communicate project needs efficiently and effectively while conducting construction monitoring

  • Performs all of the above under the direction of a supervisor

To apply for this position, please send a resume to: cconvisser@albionenvironmental.com

Albion is a women-owned company and is committed to continually expanding our diversity. We believe that employing a variety of people who contribute distinct perspectives and life experiences enriches our culture and improves our work. We aim to provide an open and inclusive environment based on mutual respect, where everyone can enjoy working and grow professionally. We strongly encourage applicants who provide a diverse perspective to apply for open positions.

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