Topic ID #42247 - posted 3/6/2020 1:39 PM

On-Call Field Technicians- PNW

AHS postings

Archaeological and Historical Services (AHS) is a cultural resource firm affiliated with Eastern Washington University in Cheney, WA and conducts work all over the Northwest U.S. AHS is compiling a pool of Archaeological Technicians that may be interested in working with our staff of archaeologists and historians on an as-needed basis for projects throughout Washington, Oregon, Idaho, and Montana.   Food per diem and lodging cost reimbursements (no travel advances) during the field session are provided to individuals working on a project more than 50 miles from their home (based on current GSA rates).

Responsibilities include but are not limited to:

1) Work with AHS cultural resource staff on a project by project basis

2) Take field notes and complete field and office forms
3) Conduct inventory surveys (may include shovel testing)

4) Conduct NRHP-evaluative testing and data recovery of archaeological sites
5) Conduct construction monitoring
6) Basic artifact and feature identification

7) Document project/site features with gps receiver


·         A B.A. in anthropology or archaeology

·         At least 6 months of relevant field experience

·         Be able to carry 50 lbs over uneven terrain in various inclement weather conditions and work in both remote and urban locations

·         Be able to travel to either the project location or our offices in Cheney, WA


To apply for inclusion in the AHS field technician pool, please email your CV (including a current address) and three references to .  We will keep all CVs on file at our office and contact qualified field technicians as needed.


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