Topic ID #40419 - posted 11/17/2018 4:40 PM

Experienced Graduate Student in Indianapolis



Chrisstanton1993

To Whom It May Concern;

I am a current graduate student, in my second year, at New Mexico State University in the Anthropology program. My goal is to obtain my MA in Anthropology concentrating in Archaeology and Cultural Resource Management. My coursework for which will be completed in December 2018, and my thesis will be completed by May 2019.

I am returning to Indianapolis by January 2019 and believe I am qualified for a position with your company because I have held numerous professional positions while completing my masters work. My skills include 4x4 off-road eexperience, Phase I Survey, Phase II Testing, and Phase III Data Recovery/Mitigation, GPS, theodolite, total station, and GIS analysis, site/technical report writing, and supervisory experience as a crew chief (outlined below in my resume).

If you have any questions, please feel free to contact me via email or phone. I look forward to hearing from you soon. Thank you for your consideration.

Sincerely,

Chris Stanton
Chrisstanton1993@gmail.com

EXPERIENCE

FEBRUARY 2018 – PRESENT

ARCHAEOLOGICAL TECHNICIAN, VERSAR, INC.—EL PASO, TX

Conducted pedestrian survey for cultural deposits in Eastern and Southern NM, inventoried and mapped deposits using ArcGIS, prepared technical reports of findings for federal and state compliance.

NOVEMBER 2017 – PRESENT

ARCHAEOLOGICAL TECHNICIAN, QRI, LLC—EL PASO, TX

Conducted pedestrian survey for cultural deposits in Southern NM, inventoried and mapped deposits using ArcGIS, prepared technical reports of findings for federal and state compliance.

MAY 2018 – JULY 2018

CREW CHIEF, NMSU DEPT. OF ANTHROPOLOGY—LAS CRUCES, NM

Directed and trained students on professional archaeological practices including Phase I, Phase II, and Phase III procedures, utilized GPS and ArcGIS for recordation, prepared technical reports of findings for use by NMSU, the USDA, BLM, and US Military.

EDUCATION

MAY 2019

MA IN ANTHROPOLOGY, NEW MEXICO STATE UNIVERSITY

Archaeological mapping, faunal analysis, technical report writing, CRM laws and regulations, archaeological theory, and archaeological lab methods. 

MAY 2016

BS IN HUMAN AND ENVIRONMENTAL SYSTEMS, INDIANA STATE UNIVERSITY

Technical report writing, completion of a fieldschool, field and lab methods, minors in Language Studies and Sustainability, GIS&T, and environmental anthropology.

SKILLS

Section 106/NEPA Experience

GPS/Theodolite/Total Station

GIS Analysis—ArcGIS and Surfer

Phase I Survey, Phase II Testing, Phase III Excavation

Technical Report Writing

NRHP Experience






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