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  • 03/23/2024 14:42 | AAC Board Admin (Administrator)

    Arizona State Museum at the University of Arizona is in search of a Technician, AZSITE Database (Geographic Information Systems Professional I). The primary role of this position is to perform checks and preprocessing on geospatial and attribute data prior to upload to the AZSITE cultural resources geodatabase. The Technician assists the Database Specialist in developing and utilizing internal data management tools and techniques. The Technician also performs some public-facing duties such as updating and maintaining the AZSITE website, recording AZSITE Consortium Executive Management Board Meeting minutes, and communicating with users.

    This position has a workstation and office space at the Arizona State Museum on the University of Arizona main campus. Remote work is possible if you have a computer and internet connection to connect to your workstation remotely.

    The successful candidate will have strong problem-solving skills, the ability to work independently, and the ability to manage and prioritize multiple workflows. A background in archaeology is desirable but not required. Experience with ArcGIS Pro and relational databases is a plus.

    AZSITE is a Geographic Information System (GIS) that serves as Arizona’s consolidated geodatabase of recorded cultural resources, including prehistoric and historic sites and properties, and surface surveys. AZSITE is a collaborative project of the AZSITE Consortium, established under Arizona Executive Order 2006-03 and consisting of the Arizona State Museum on the University of Arizona campus, the ASU School of Human Evolution and Social Change, the State Historic Preservation Office, and the Museum of Northern Arizona.

    Outstanding UA benefits include health, dental, and vision insurance plans; life insurance and disability programs; paid vacation, sick leave, and holidays; UA/ASU/NAU tuition reduction for the employee and qualified family members; retirement plans; access to UA recreation and cultural activities; and more!

    The University of Arizona has been recognized for our innovative work-life programs. For more information about working at the University of Arizona and relocations services, please click here.

    Duties & Responsibilities:

    • Validate geospatial and attribute data relating archaeological surveys and sites prior to upload to the AZSITE database. Perform quality control on data already in the databases, including evaluating and addressing correction requests from the ARO and the AZSITE user community. These processes require attention to detail with GIS software and geoprocessing techniques, problem-solving skills, and familiarity with relational databases. Education with archaeology or similar disciplines is helpful but not required. (80% of effort)
    • Work with the AZSITE Database Manager to develop and implement updates to AZSITE workflows, applications, informational materials, and user forms. Compile data extracts for users requesting AZSITE data for their project areas. This component involves creative thinking, problem solving, and GIS, database, and programming skills. (10% of effort)
    • Assist with AZSITE public-facing and administrative responsibilities, including user account management, user communication and listserv management, recording AZSITE Consortium Executive Management Board Meeting minutes, and maintaining and updating the AZSITE website. This component requires attention to detail, good written and verbal communication skills, and basic or advanced web development. (10% of effort)
    • Additional duties may be assigned.

    Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:

    • Problem-solving ability.
    • Ability to independently manage and prioritize a diverse workload.
    • Ability to communicate effectively with different groups/individuals.
    • Attention to detail.
    Minimum Qualifications
    • Bachelor's degree or equivalent advanced learning attained through experience and 1 year of relevant work experience is required.
    Preferred Qualifications
    • Coursework and/or work experience in anthropology or archaeology.
    • Experience with ArcGIS Pro.
    • Experience with programming languages including Python and SQL.

    FLSA: Exempt; Part Time; FTE 0.5 (20 hrs/wk); benefits eligible;

    Rate of Pay: $25.50 - $31.87

    Contact Information: Gabe McGowan

    Open until filled.

    Apply with a resume and cover letter/ 

  • 03/19/2024 22:12 | AAC Board Admin (Administrator)

    Archaeological Technician

    Job Description: 

    We are currently seeking resumes from qualified Archaeological Technicians for our Phoenix, AZ office. The role will be to assist with research, fieldwork (survey, monitoring, excavation), and/or laboratory tasks for AZTEC's Cultural Resource Group. 

    Minimum Pay: $20


    • Perform archaeological research and conduct site file searches at federal, state, tribal, and private repositories
    • Assist with all types of archaeological investigations (survey, monitoring, testing, data recovery)
    • Apply standardized field methods and complete field forms thoroughly and accurately
    • Assist with lab work
    • Communicate effectively and work closely with fellow employees

    Job Qualifications (Education, Experience, and Skills): 

    • A minimum of a Bachelor’s degree in anthropology, archaeology, or closely related field; OR equivalent combination of education and experience
    • Completion of academic-sponsored field school or a minimum of 6 months of experience in Cultural Resource Management (CRM)
    • Previous experience performing archaeological excavation
    • Ability to perform fieldwork in adverse conditions (rugged terrain, remote locations, hot and cold temperatures, arid environments, dense vegetation) and carry up to 25 pounds of equipment
    • Excellent oral and written communication skills
    • Ability to work both independently or as part of a team; strong initiative
    • Ability and willingness to travel - position could involve travel within or outside AZ for up to 80% of year
    • Reliable transportation 
    • Valid Driver's License, with the ability to maintain insurability under the company's insurance carrier
    • Experience collecting field data using ESRI software is preferred
    • Familiarity with AZSITE and other agency site file systems is preferred
    • Familiarity with laboratory protocols for artifact processing/curation preparation 
    • Experience with the respectful treatment and housing of ancestral remains.

    Archaeological Crew Chief

    Job Description:

    We are currently seeking resumes from qualified Archaeological Crew Chiefs for our Phoenix, Arizona office. This position is designed to assist in the completion of archaeological projects (survey, monitoring, testing, data recovery) for AZTEC's Cultural Resource Group.

    Minimum Pay: $22


    • Assist with all types of archaeological field investigations
    • Assist crew members with the use of proper field methods and completing field forms based on information provided in the work plan and/or field manual
    • Evaluate and make recommendations regarding ARHP/NRHP eligibility and project effects on cultural resources
    • Communicate effectively and work closely with fellow employees

    Job Qualifications (Education, Experience, and Skills):

    • Minimum of BA or BS in anthropology, archaeology, or closely related field; OR equivalent combination of education experience
    • Minimum of 5 years experience in CRM; minimum of 2 years experience as crew chief
    • Understanding of Southwest prehistory and/or history, archaeological method, and theory
    • Experience conducting and assisting with all phases of cultural resource investigations
    • Experience using GPS, GIS, and Tablet
    • Ability to generate and organize adequate field records
    • Ability to perform fieldwork in adverse conditions (rugged terrain, remote locations, hot and cold temperatures, arid environments, dense vegetation) and carry up to 25 pounds of equipment
    • Excellent oral and written communication skills
    • Understanding of applicable federal and state Cultural Resource Management/Historic Preservation laws (Section 106
    • of NHPA, AAA, and SHPA) is preferred.
    • Ability and willingness to travel
    • Valid Driver's License, with the ability to maintain insurability under the company's insurance carrier

    Project Director

    Job Description:

    We are currently seeking resumes from qualified Project Directors to join our Cultural Resources team. Remote work is available for this role and we encourage applicants from AZ, NV, and UT to apply.

    The purpose of this role is to develop, direct, and complete archaeological projects (survey, monitoring, testing, and data recovery). Projects may be located in the Southwest and/or Great Basin. Below is a list of duties for this position:

    Minimum Pay: $52,000 annual


    • Perform archaeological research and conduct site file searches at federal, state, tribal, and private repositories
    • Develop, direct and participate in all types of archaeological investigations
    • Adhere to project schedules
    • Supervise junior staff
    • Prepare technical reports documenting the results of fieldwork and archival research
    • Perform technical and copy editing for cultural resource submittals
    • Evaluate and make recommendations regarding ARHP/NRHP eligibility and treatment of, as well as project effects to, cultural resources
    • Assess significance and identify appropriate National Register criteria of eligibility by applying aspects of integrity
    • Prepare graphics for reports using ArcGIS or coordinate graphic preparation with GIS staff
    • Develop research designs and work plans
    • Develop project scopes and budgets
    • Manage/track budgets, schedules
    • Understand and assist clients with state, federal, and tribal cultural resources compliance
    • Coordinate with sub-consultants and vendors
    • Work independently and resolve project challenges with minimal supervision
    • Communicate effectively and work closely with fellow employees
    • Perform travel that may include overnight stays for an extended period

    Job Qualifications (Education, Experience, and Skills):

    • Minimum MA or MS in anthropology, archaeology, or closely related field (Ph.D. preferred)
    • Minimum of 5 years’ experience in Cultural Resource Management (CRM) and a minimum of 2 years experience supervising and managing projects, junior staff, and preparing technical reports
    • Understanding of Southwest and/or Great Basin prehistory and/or history, archaeological method and theory, and applicable federal and state CRM/HP laws
    • Experience successfully directing all phases of cultural resource investigation
    • Ability to qualify at a supervisory level for the state (AZ, NV, UT) and federal archaeological permits in
    • Successful management and completion of projects on time, within budget
    • Experience using GPS, GIS (Tablet, ArcGIS 10)
    • Ability to generate, organize, and maintain accurate field records that meet state and federal standards and guidelines
    • Ability to perform fieldwork in adverse conditions (rugged terrain, remote locations, hot and cold temperatures, arid environments, dense vegetation) and carry up to 25 pounds of equipment
    • Excellent oral and written communication skills
    • Overnight and/or out-of-state travel required
    • Valid Driver's License, with the ability to maintain insurability under the company's insurance carrier

    Working Conditions and Environment:

    Will need the ability to establish rapport quickly with others working on the same project, and be able to promote a positive team environment.  Working knowledge of dealing with a diverse population while using tact, diplomacy, and respect. 

    AZTEC Culture: 

    • Action oriented and flexible
    • Zealous supporter of clients and teammates 
    • Thinking toward future and personal growth
    • Equitable, inclusive, and diverse 
    • Collaborative comradery

    AZTEC Benefits:

    AZTEC offers competitive salaries and a comprehensive benefits package, including medical, dental, life insurance, short and long-term disability, flexible spending accounts, Paid-time-Off, and a 401(k) plan.

    Please apply online at:

  • 03/10/2024 19:52 | AAC Board Admin (Administrator)

    EnviroSystems is seeking to fill one permanent full-time position in our cultural resources department and seeking candidates for the 2024 Field Season.

    PROJECT DIRECTOR – Fulltime/Permanent – $52,000 to $65,000/year commensurate with experience

    The successful candidate either will be currently permitted or meet the qualifications to be immediately permitted as a Project Director/Field Director with a variety of public land managing agencies at the Federal and state level with particular emphasis the on U.S. Forest Service and Bureau of Land Management, and in Arizona, Utah, Nevada, and New Mexico. Experience in California, Idaho, west Texas, and western Colorado is also beneficial but not necessary. The position requires the ability to supervise cultural resources surveys and other archaeological projects in remote locations and over steep terrain, and often requires camping for a week or more at a time. Therefore, a clean driving record and the ability to work out-of-town for multiple sequential field sessions are also essential. The successful candidate will provide demonstrable expertise supervising all aspects of cultural resources survey, site recording and site significance evaluations, as well as technical report writing. Experience with archaeological, monitoring, testing and data recovery is a plus but is not required. Candidates should be well-versed with the completion of survey forms (from a variety of states and federal agencies, but particularly those noted above), operating GPS units with a data recorder, and conducting quality control/quality assurance reviews of data. The ideal candidate will possess knowledge of Federal cultural resources regulations (particularly National Historic Preservation Act Section 106 compliance), the ability to coordinate and communicate with agencies and clients and manage budgets and schedules. The candidates also should be motivated, resourceful, dedicated, and organized. Applicants must have at least a master’s degree in Anthropology or Archaeology and a minimum of five years of work experience as a supervisory archaeologist (e.g., Crew Chief, Project/Field Director). This position also has potential for advancement to Principal Investigator/Project Manager, if or when the candidate meets the necessary requirements. The ideal candidate is someone who desires a long-term career in archaeology/CRM (preferably with EnviroSystems) with advancements in responsibilities and commensurate compensation based on demonstrable abilities and competence.

    Project Director Responsibilities

    • Managing cultural resource projects of various scopes and sizes
    • Supervising archaeological field crews
    • Directing cultural resources inventories with in-field analyses and documentation of prehistoric and/or historic artifacts and archaeological features
    • Authoring and editing site documentation forms and writing technical reports
    • Completing projects within schedule and on budget
    • Effectively and accurately communicating with agency compliance personnel, clients, and coworkers

    Project Director Qualifications

    • Graduate degree in archaeology or anthropology
    • At least 5 years supervisory archaeology and fieldwork experience
    • Ability to be listed on EnviroSystems’ various federal and state cultural resource permits
    • Excellent communication, organizational, and time management skills
    • Good technical writing skills with a record of completing, editing, and producing cultural resource compliance reports, and meeting deadlines
    • Proficiency with Microsoft Office products
    • Ability to work both independently and as part of a team in a fast-paced environment requiring multitasking, task prioritization, and responsibility/task delegation without strict supervision

    Project Director Employment Status / Benefits

    • Permanent
    • Full-time
    • Employer-paid medical insurance (includes Dental, Vision, and Long-term Disability), Health Savings Account with annual employer contributions, 401(k) plan with employer match up to 3%, paid sick leave, and paid vacation.

    If interested in any of the above positions, please submit a cover letter and detailed curriculum vitae with references to: and

  • 03/09/2024 17:36 | AAC Board Admin (Administrator)

    APPLICATION PERIOD: 2024 - Until Need Filled

    SERIES & GRADE: IC-0301-9/11

    Salary: $59,966 - $94,317; higher locality rates may apply

    POSITION: Multiple Positions- Term - Temporary - Not to Exceed 4 Years

    DUTY LOCATIONS: Nationwide - Location Negotiable Upon Selection

    WHO MAY APPLY: All United States Citizens

    SECURITY CLEARANCE: Public Trust-Background investigation

    When disaster strikes, America looks to FEMA. Now FEMA looks to you. Join our team and use your talent to support

    Americans in their times of greatest need. The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) prepares the nation for all hazards and manages Federal response and recovery efforts following any national incident. We foster innovation, reward performance and creativity, and provide challenges on a routine basis with a well-skilled, knowledgeable, high performance workforce.

    This position is being announced under FEMA's Cadre of On-call Response/Recovery Employee (CORE) Program. This is a Temporary appointment in the Excepted Service, not to exceed 4 years, with the option to extend based on workload and funding availability. Veterans Preference does not apply to the CORE selection process.

    The Environmental Planning and Historic Preservation Cadre (EHP) announces the hiring of EHP Historic Preservation Specialist (HSSP) position under FEMA's Core Program.


    • This position requires a Public Trust background investigation.
    • You must be a U.S. citizen or National to be considered for this position.
    • This position is 100% travel, and you will be required to travel up to, but not limited to 320+ days a year. When not deployed, your duty station will be your residence of record (ROR).
    • You must have completed a BA or Master's degree program in related subject or field.
    • You must hold Secretary of Interior Qualification (SOI) or be eligible to obtain SOI Qualification with additional experience in one of the following Architecture, Architectural History, Historic Architect, History, and Archeology.
    • You must be able to obtain and maintain a Government credit card.

    Special Physical Requirements

    • Work is performed at a desk, walking, standing, bending, carrying light to medium objects, and in austere conditions.
    • You must be able to walk, stand, and sit, for extended periods.
    • You must be able to work in austere conditions and in undesirable locations. 
    • Work may take place in undesirable conditions that include exposure to excessive heat, unhealthy environments, and extended hours.
    • You must be able to stay in temporary housing when deployed if necessary.
    • Housing accommodations may be limited and require stays in temporary structures without electricity.


    • Makes recommendations to the supervisor on historic preservation policy and procedures, and program guidance and training information on historic preservation compliance issues.
    • Analyzes and recommends implementation of guidance, policies, procedures, and directives to enhance historic preservation compliance strategies and further integrate considerations into the delivery of FEMA's assistance programs.
    • Identifies historic resource considerations in a Preliminary Damage Assessment (PDA) and undertakings in accordance with the National Historic Preservation Act (NHPA). Develops and maintains liaison with State, Tribal, and Federal resource agencies, and private sector organizations, in order to coordinate compliance issues, disseminate technical information and maintain knowledge of government-wide programs and initiatives associated with implementation of historic preservation laws and their impact on the Robert T. Stafford Disaster Relief and Emergency Assistance Act, and related disaster assistance laws. 

    • Provides historic preservation compliance advice to FEMA and State Emergency Management personnel and serves as subject matter expertise for review of existing materials to ensure that historic preservation compliance issues are adequately addressed.
    • Provide all assistance to the supervisor and staff on assignments in support of FEMA’s disaster programs by researching historic preservation compliance requirements procedures and guidelines to effectively and expeditiously ensure compliance with appropriate historic requirements.

    How you will be evaluated

    Your resume must show that you meet requirements for this position. You may be found "not qualified" if you do not possess minimum competencies required for the position. To accurately credit your experience, please make sure to list the dates (from MM/DD/YY to MM/DD/YY), along with the job title and specific duties you were responsible for during each deployment and/or employment.

    To qualify for this position at the IC-11 level (starting at $72,553 per year) your resume must demonstrate at least one full year of specialized experience equivalent to the IC-09 in federal service. This experience may have been gained in the federal government, a state or local government, a non-profit organization, the private sector, or as a volunteer; however, your resume must clearly describe at least one year of the following specialized experience:

    1. Reviewing projects or programs to ensure compliance with environmental laws (i.e., the Endangered Species Act, National Historic Preservation Act, Clean Water Act, Clean Air Act, Coastal Barrier Resources Act, National Environmental Policy Act, Fish and Wildlife Coordination Act and Executive Orders 11988 (Floodplains), 11990 (Wetlands), and 12898 (Environmental Justice)
    2. Evaluating historic properties, archaeological resources, and traditional cultural properties 
    3. Developing environmental documentation, reports, or plans
    4. Reviewing and making technical comments on environmental documentation prepared by stakeholders
    5. Conveying environmental policy and program concepts to stakeholders and providing advice or guidance
    6. Collecting data on historic preservation considerations related to potential impacts
    7. Synthesizes information using EHP-related computer applications (e.g., ArcGIS, Google Earth, etc.)


    • All candidates must be able to deploy with little or no notice to anywhere in the United States and its territories for an extended period of time. Deployments may include working more than eight hours a day, or more than 40 hours in a given week, including weekends and holidays, and under stressful, physically demanding, and austere conditions. When activated and deployed, you serve in a federal travel status and are entitled to lodging, transportation and per diem reimbursements for authorized expenses in accordance with federal travel regulations. 
    • All candidates MUST be willing to travel up to, but not limited to 320 plus days a year during the term of this appointment unless leave is authorized.
    • To ensure the accomplishment of our mission, FEMA requires every employee to be reliable and trustworthy. To meet those standards, all selected applicants must undergo and successfully pass a background investigation for Public Trust as a condition of placement into this position. This may include a review of financial issues, such as delinquency, child support and/or tax obligations, as well as certain criminal offenses and illegal use or possession of drugs. 
    • All candidates will be considered without regard to any non-merit reasons such as race, color, religion, sex, age, national origin, lawful political affiliation, marital status, disability, sexual orientation, protected genetic information, parental status, membership in an employee organization, or other non-merit factors

    How to Apply

    Submit your resume to EHP In Subject line, please put "HSSP Core Position."

    • A selection panel will review resumes of all eligible applicants. A review of resumes will be on-going. We will inform you when you are being reviewed and/or selected for an interview.
  • 03/05/2024 22:28 | AAC Board Admin (Administrator)

    Reclamation is seeking a career professional looking for an opportunity to capitalize on their expertise as a Archeologist. Make a difference in the West by assisting in meeting increasing water demands while protecting the environment.

    Duty Location: Duty Location: Lower Colorado Basin, Phoenix Area Office, Environmental Resource Management Division located in Glendale, AZ.

    Full time telework and remote work not available; housing not provided

    Salary: $62,635 - $98,515 per year

    Pay scale & grade GS 9 - 11

  • 03/02/2024 22:44 | AAC Board Admin (Administrator)

    SWCA Environmental Consultants is actively seeking to fill hire two Cultural Resources Project Managers to support our Phoenix Office and out Flagstaff Office, as well as general Arizona Cultural Resources team. These are a regular, full-time, salaried positions. Candidates local to each office are strongly preferred.

    Application deadline: Our team will begin reviewing applications immediately, and interviews will be scheduled with qualified candidates on a rolling basis. The application process will remain open until we have received a robust pool of qualified candidates. Once we have identified suitable individuals, we may close the application process without prior notice. We appreciate the time and effort invested by all applicants and will carefully consider each submission.

    What you will accomplish
    • Manage and participate in all aspects of cultural resources projects successfully, including budgeting, scheduling, research, fieldwork, report writing, curation.
    • Collaborate with other project managers across offices and disciplines to successfully meet client and agency needs.
    • Work with clients and agency representatives for successful project implementation.
    • Prepare and create technical, high-quality proposals, work plans, reports, and literature reviews with little supervisory oversight.
    • Oversee fieldwork and deliverables, adhering to SWCA’s Quality Assurance/ Quality Control (QA/QC) program.
    • Work independently in a responsible manner, resolving project challenges.
    • Work within defined schedules and meet deadlines.
    • Follow all health and safety procedures.
    Experience and qualifications for success
    • Bachelor's degree in Anthropology, Archaeology, or a related field.
    • Minimum of seven (7) years of experience in Cultural Resource Management or environmental consulting, including at least two years in a supervisory capacity, whether in the field or in the office.
    • Demonstrated expertise in federal, state, and local cultural resources laws and regulations.
    • Ability to travel and conduct fieldwork for long hours will be required on certain projects.
    • Strong communication skills, both verbal and written.
    • Currently reside in the greater Phoenix metropolitan area or plan to relocate there in the immediate future.
    • Must have a valid driver's license, the ability to pass a Motor Vehicle background screening, and have access to reliable transportation.

    Preferred Qualifications:

    • Master’s degree in Anthropology, Archaeology, or a related field.
    • Able to be listed on federal and state permits in Arizona.
    • Primary report authorship and experience providing quality control review of field documents.
    • Project management experience includes working on a variety of project types and sizes, on all project aspects (from pre-field tasks through final report preparation), in multiple regions, and with a variety of regulatory agencies.
    • Experience supervising junior staff.
    • Experience leading archaeology crews on a variety of project types and sizes, regions, and agencies.
    • Experience collecting field data utilizing modern mobile technology (tablets, Bluetooth GPS receivers, mobile software) and Trimble GPS units (Terrasync and/or ArcPad).
    • Experience with computer-based programs such as Pathfinder Office, ArcGIS Desktop, Microsoft Office Suite, Adobe Acrobat, and others.
    • CPR and First Aid certified.

    Why Work at SWCA:

    SWCA Environmental Consultants is a growing employee-owned firm, providing a full-spectrum of environmental services.  Our Vision (the North Star) is to make SWCA the best workplace and industry leader in sustainability, bringing sound science and creative solutions to global environmental challenges while maintaining a dedication to employee-ownership. We live our core values: we collaborate as #OneSWCA; we are #AlwaysLearning, we #NeverSettle, and we #GiveBack.

    We are 100% employee-owned, and we build our success together. With offices across the United States, SWCA is one of the largest environmental compliance firms and ranks among Engineering News-Record’s Top 200 Environmental Firms. We offer a supportive, team-oriented work environment and competitive wages and benefits, including an 100% employee stock ownership plan (retirement).

    At SWCA, we support our team members in developing their careers to make them leaders in their industry. Our Career Landscape initiative is a process and guide designed to help develop chart rewarding career paths for employees at SWCA. We encourage professional conference attendance, internal and external professional development and training programs, education reimbursement, a Science and Leadership Program, and bonuses for publications meeting certain criteria. All regular status employees are eligible to participate in SWCA medical, dental, vision, employee assistance, wellness, life and disability plans, and are eligible to participate in the SWCA 401(k) Profit Sharing Plan and Trust. In addition, a technical (i.e., cell phone) allowance is offered.

    If you would like to contact SWCA regarding the accessibility of our website or need assistance completing the online application process due to a disability, please email or call 1-480-581-5378. This contact information is for disability accommodation requests only. All other inquiries will not receive a response. 

    EOE - women, minorities, individuals with disabilities and veterans are encouraged to apply.  At SWCA Environmental Consultants, we celebrate diversity and are committed to creating an inclusive work environment. We strongly encourage candidates from all backgrounds, including those with diverse experiences and veterans, to apply. We believe that a diverse and inclusive workforce enhances creativity, innovation, and overall organizational success.

    SWCA is committed to salary equity and salary transparency for all its employees.  In alignment with this commitment, SWCA posts good faith pay ranges in all its advertised job postings to promote pay equity and transparency.

    An employee in this Phoenix, Arizona-based position can expect an annual salary of $70,200.00 - $91,000.00/year. Actual pay within this range may depend on experience, qualifications, geographic location, client requirements where applicable, and other factors permitted by law.  Regular-status employees are also eligible for performance bonuses. Candidates are also encouraged to consider SWCA’s Total Rewards package, which includes a competitive benefits package, forward-thinking workplace flexibility, outstanding corporate culture, award-winning career development, and more.

    SWCA continues to invest deeply in career development programs, delivering our award-winning Career Landscape support resources to accelerate the growth of our staff. We recognize the valuable skills and experiences our internal team members bring to SWCA’s continued success. Qualified internal candidates are encouraged to apply and will be seriously considered for this position. We believe in promoting from within, where possible, providing our existing employees with compelling opportunities to advance their careers.

  • 02/28/2024 21:22 | AAC Board Admin (Administrator)

    Logan Simpson is seeking applicants for three positions:

    Logan Simpson has an immediate openings for full-time Temporary Archaeological Field Technicians for survey projects in Arizona and neighboring states, reporting to the Flagstaff, Tempe, or Tucson offices.

    This position is paid on an hourly basis between $22–$24 per hour, depending on experience and education. Per diem is $59/day, and single-occupancy lodging will be provided. Logan Simpson offers a retention bonus program for eligible temporary staff.

    Logan Simpson has an immediate opening for a regular full-time Archaeological Field Director to be based out of any of our Arizona offices in Tempe, Flagstaff, or Tucson.

    Responsibilities Include:

    • Managing fieldwork on cultural resources surveys and excavation projects throughout Arizona and adjacent states and taking the lead on preparing technical survey and excavation reports.
    • Accurately and efficiently record cultural resources in the field, manage a field crew, operate GPS units with a data recorder, prepare site records, and conduct quality control/quality assurance reviews of all digital and paper field data.
    • Proficiently and independently prepare complex technical reports for a full range of cultural resources projects.


    This is a full-time position paid on a salaried basis between $58,240 to $74,880 annually, depending on experience and education.

    Logan Simpson has an immediate opening for a regular full-time Senior Archaeologist / Project Manager to be based out of any of our Arizona offices in Tempe, Flagstaff, or Tucson.

    Responsibilities Include:

    • Planning and managing all phases of cultural resources projects including survey, archaeological monitoring, testing, and data recovery.
    • Technical report production.
    • Preparing scopes of work and cost estimates.
    • Meeting project scope, schedule, and budget obligations.
    • Opportunity for occasional fieldwork.


    This is a full-time position paid on a salaried basis between $68,640 to $95,680 annually, depending on experience and education.

  • 02/18/2024 21:40 | AAC Board Admin (Administrator)

    Canacre is a consulting company specializing in services that support the successful development of large-scale infrastructure projects across Canada and the United States. Canacre has cultivated a team of professionals with unmatched expertise in land and right-of-way, environment, project management, GIS and geomatics, and project development services.

    We are currently hiring for Cultural Resources Field Lead (Salary $60,000 to $80,000 USD/year) and Cultural Resources Field Monitor (Salary $44,000 to $60,000/year) to support projects in the Southwest. The links below outline the positions in more detail:

    Cultural Resources Field Lead

    Cultural Resources Field Monitor

  • 02/03/2024 21:26 | AAC Board Admin (Administrator)

    Job Code: 2024-CRS-004
    Location: South Lake Tahoe
    State: California
    Program: Cultural Resources
    Contract Length: 7 Months
    Job Description:

    The Great Basin Institute, in cooperation with the USFS, is recruiting Archaeology Crew Members to complete Section 106 Cultural Resource surveys, site recording and monitoring for various projects within the Lake Tahoe Basin Management Unit in the Sierra Nevada mountain range (USFS Region-5 locations). These projects all serve Cultural Resources Services program’s greater mission of helping the USFS in their critical goal of improving forest resilience in the face of worsening climate conditions and increased wildfire threats. The work that you will do directly improves the quality of these forests helping ensure they continue to thrive for generations to come.

    This work provides professional development and leadership opportunities in cultural resource management including increased exposure and responsibility enacting USFS processes, procedures and compliance measures; assisting in reporting and data entry/quality assurance and control. Expanded opportunities and exposure to additional disciplines (e.g., forestry, wildlife, hydrology, etc.) and projects may exist.

    Archaeology technicians perform a variety of activities to support all stages of project implementation. Crew size will range between 2-6 people.

    Primary archaeology field duties will include:

    • Collaborate with Archaeology crew lead and agency staff to support field safety, communication, planning, logistics, quality assurance, field implementation and reporting efforts;
    • Complete field surveys to document, assess and characterize the status of new cultural resources;
    • Monitor existing sites and complete site updates and condition assessments;
    • Prepare California DPR site records, GIS maps, and photographic records in addition to inputting data to the USFS heritage database.

    Contract Timeline:

    Start and end dates may vary according to local conditions: Tentatively mid-May through mid-November.

    Projects are weather dependent and there is always a chance the season will end earlier if weather prevents safe field operations.


    We are hiring for multiple positions in the Lake Tahoe Basin Management Unit. The Lake Tahoe Basin Management Unit encompasses over 154,000 acres of National Forest lands around beautiful Lake Tahoe! These positions will be based in South Lake Tahoe, California.

    Compensation and Benefits:
    • Wage: $21/hour with overtime at 1.5x hourly rate. Full time, average 40 hours per week. 
    • Health, Dental, and Vision Insurance premiums are covered 100% by GBI. Available on the first day of the month following the start of employment.
    • Shared housing provided.
    • Camping Per Diem: $15/night as necessary.
    • Uniform Stipend.

    Job Qualifications:

    At Least one of the Following:

    • Bachelor’s degree in anthropology, archaeology or related discipline (by position start date);
    •  Six months of professional fieldwork experience;
    • An accredited archaeological field school and relevant field methods training coursework.

    Other Required:

    • Possess a clean, valid, state-issued driver’s license;
    • Ability to work effectively in a team setting with USFS staff, GBI staff, interns, volunteers, academic, state, and federal partners;
    • Ability to work safely and productively in remote field settings under adverse conditions. This includes occasionally overnight camping in remote areas for consecutive nights;
    • Strong organizational skills and ability to work cooperatively as well as independently;
    • Proficiency in navigation using GPS, topographic map and compass.

    Preferred Qualifications:

    • Fieldwork experience & familiarity with the cultural history and forested habitat of the Sierra Nevada region;
    •  Familiarity with Section 106/110 NHPA and California and/or Nevada SHPO compliance procedures;
    • Advanced skill using specialized software such as Microsoft Office Suite, ArcMap GIS, and Google Earth;
    • Ability to safely operate and maintain a 4WD vehicle on and off paved roads.

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