Topic ID #34397 - posted 1/12/2015 2:04 PM

Wyoming Assistant State Archaeologist


The Wyoming Department of State Parks and Cultural Resources invites applications for the position of Assistant State Archaeologist to be submitted before February 28th, 2015. This position implements the program goals listed in Wyoming Statute 36-4-106(d)(i-vii) by investigating the archaeological record pertinent to the State of Wyoming, publishing results, seeking grant opportunities, cooperating with communities and agencies and assisting them in the interpretation and preservation of archaeological resources. Applicants must have earned a Master’s degree in Anthropology/Archaeology at the time of appointment, although a PhD in Anthropology/Archaeology is preferred. Familiarity with the archaeological record of the North American Plains, Rocky Mountains, Intermountain Basins or a combination thereof is expected, along with demonstrated field experience relevant to the region. Knowledge of applicable laws and regulations regarding archaeology, permitting, and cultural resource management is necessary. A successful Assistant State Archaeologist will have experience designing and conducting research projects; organizing and supervising volunteers; working with and coordinating a diverse range of agents including state and federal agencies, local communities, avocational archaeologists, and members of the interested public; and disseminating research results in the form of public or professional presentations and published articles or technical reports.


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