POWER is seeking an Archaeological Field Director for our Cultural Resources Group to join the Environmental Practice team working in our Phoenix Arizona office.
POWER Engineers’ Environmental Division provides planning, permitting, engineering, site assessment and corrective action services to clients worldwide. Across multiple industries, our diverse staff specialize in the areas of air, water, waste, ecological and cultural resources throughout our 45 offices located across the country and internationally.
This is a full-time position with opportunities to support project work throughout the western, central, and eastern United States. Our Western Cultural Resource Department is a fast-growing team of Archaeologists that is looking to expand our staff and develop talent across the region. Along with the qualifications listed below we are looking for an outgoing and motivated individual who is seeking to improve or expand their skills as a cultural resource manager and help to positively contribute to our team. Our goal is to build a strong, responsive team of archaeologists with an experienced field director leading the way. As a company we are changing our views on where and how people work. The last year has shown us that the presence of a person in a cube does not define their effectiveness as a employee. The Cultural team is very flexible, and working from home, when not in the field, is a real and supported option.
Roles and responsibilities
Developing Cultural Resource Management Plans
Developing and Implementing Cultural Resource Inventory Projects and Reporting Efforts
Directing Archaeological fieldwork, managing temporary field and office cultural staff
Preparing reports, site forms and assisting in proposal writing
Assisting with the day-to-day management of complex projects and subcontractor coordination
Land agent Coordination
Pedestrian field inventory
Evaluative testing, site mitigation and monitoring
Class I file searches and reporting
Pre-field preparation, site form preparation, and technical report writing
Assist coordination with Federal and State Agencies and Project stakeholders
Master’s degree or commensurate experience in Archaeology, Anthropology, or a related discipline is preferred, however well-qualified candidates with 5 to 10+ years-experience with a bachelor’s degree will be considered.
5 to10+ years of experience as a Project Archaeologist/Field Director/Crew Chief in the Pacific Northwest, supervising Cultural Resource Management field investigations
Ability to travel regionally and potentially interstate, as well as accomplish office-based work.
Ability to qualify for State and/or Federal Agency Permitting in the Pacific Northwest and Great Basin Areas
Experience in the Pacific Northwest, California, and the Great Basin is preferred
Ability to be listed as a Field Director or Crew Chief on the Oregon and Washington BLM Cultural Resource Use Permits is required, at a minimum
Strong research and writing skills
Qualified applicants should possess strong leadership, technical, and communication skills
Must possess a valid driver’s license
Ability to work independently, fully planning and executing personal assignments with minimal instruction
Knowledge of health and safety standards
Ability to work long hours, in harsh environments, and in varying weather conditions
Ability to successfully lead teams composed of diverse personalities
Candidates may expect to be subject to client or project specific formal background checks or drug test regimens
Extensive knowledge and understanding of equipment, technology, and paperwork used in the recording and documentation of archaeological sites and artifacts in various states
Demonstrated experience in archaeological analysis and report writing
Oregon or Southwest Washington residency is preferred but not required.
At POWER Engineers, you can have a rewarding career on every level. Our philosophy is simple: Do Good Work. Have Fun. Make Money.
You’ll work on fun and challenging projects and initiatives. You’ll have the chance to make a positive impact on society and the environment. And you’ll find the support, coaching and training it takes to advance your career.
Since we’re employee-owned, we get to make POWER a great place to work. That includes providing competitive compensation, professional development and a full benefit package:
Vacation/Paid Sick Leave
Voluntary Life Insurance
POWER is a fun engineering and environmental firm. That might seem contradictory to some, but it works for us!
Salary Range: Based on Experience
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