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🔗Archaeology Crew Chief

  • Full Time
  • Atlanta, GA
  • $55,000 - $60,000 USD / Year
  • Department: Environmental Resources
  • Job Reference #: 2024-4370
  • Job Summary: Under moderate supervision, performs assignments that require the application of archaeological survey and testing techniques, and procedures. Exercises independent judgment utilizing scientific principles, practical logistics, and best field personn
  • Job Qualifications:

    Minimum Qualifications

    Bachelor’s Degree (B.A./B.S.) in Anthropology, Archaeology, or closely related field
    Completion of an accredited archaeological field school, preferably in North America
    1-3 years archaeological field experience with a range of field methodologies, with at least 1 year in a supervisory role
    Excellent verbal, written, and interpersonal communication skills.
    The ability to travel to a location, walk/hike and conduct fieldwork for long hours, in inclement weather or rugged terrain
    Ability to carry equipment and supplies weighing up to 40 pounds
    Valid driver’s license
    Preferred Qualifications

    Practical knowledge of local, state, and federal environmental compliance laws (e.g., NEPA, FHWA, NEPA compliance, ARPA, NHPA, NAGPRA, Clean Waters Act).
    Proficient computer skills using Microsoft Office Suite, ArcGIS Pro, Field Maps, Survey123, and other ESRI software.
    Team oriented with ability to perform multiple tasks independently in a timely manner and collaborate effectively and positively with coworkers.
    Self-motivated, highly organized and detail oriented.

  • How to Apply:

    Archaeology Crew Chief in Atlanta, Georgia | Careers at Atlanta, GA (icims.com). Visit the application URL provided and apply online.

  • Physical Demands / Work Environment: The ability to travel to a location, walk/hike and conduct fieldwork for long hours, in inclement weather or rugged terrain Ability to carry equipment and supplies weighing up to 40 pounds Valid driver’s license 
  • Application URL: https://careers-vhb.icims.com/jobs/4370/archaeology-crew-chief/job

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We are VHB! We’re an inspired and innovative team of engineers, scientists, planners, and designers who partner with clients in the transportation, real estate, institutional, and energy industries, as well as federal, state, and local governments. Our work helps improve mobility, enhance communities, and contribute to economic vitality. We do this while balancing development and infrastructure needs with stewardship of our environment.

Key Responsibilities

Conducts Phase I, II, and III archaeological surveys.
Prepares field survey and geographic maps using ESRI software, including data preparation in Survey123 and Field Maps Apps.
Ensures field survey maps are accurate and are accessible to crews prior to survey. Manages the post-field data curation.
Provides artifact analysis and assists in curation efforts when needed.
Conducts archival and historical background research.
Responsible for the accurate recording of in-field geographic data
Supervises and mentors field technicians. Provides quality control for field survey
Provides support and technical assistance to the archaeological team.
Participates in professional and personal development aligned with career goals.
Performs all job functions in compliance with applicable federal, state, and local regulations and company policies and procedures.
May Prepare technical reports under the supervision of a Principal Investigator.

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