Our client manages a 10-year, $1 billion+ contract for the U.S. Department of Energy/ Office of Environmental Management. They are dedicated to making a lasting impact on environmental management, and we are looking for exceptional individuals to join them and help grow their career.
They are looking for a an Environmental Professional who will be responsible for supporting safe, compliant, and environmentally protective execution of the Contract.
Location: New Mexico. Relocation assistance available.
- Will perform field-based work involving monitoring ground-disturbing projects, flagging cultural resources for avoidance, field survey and site recording, and hiking in rugged terrain
- Office-based work such as: conducing background research, evaluating National Register of Historic Places eligibility, documentation, & consultation and providing cultural resource review comments for future projects
- Ensure project adherence to preservation acts, cultural resources, etc.
Minimum Qualifications (Knowledge, Skills, Abilities):
- Must be a U.S. citizen & posses a valid driver’s license
- Proficiency in North American archaeology and culture history & ability to identify historic and pre-Hispanic artifacts, cultural features, and archaeological sites
- Experience with ArcGIS and GPS equipment
Education and Experience Required:
- Bachelors’ degree in Archaeology, Anthropology, or Native American studies, combined with 5 years of relative experience OR Graduate degree in Archaeology, Anthropology, or Native American studies with 3 years of relative experience.
- Completion of an accredited archaeological field school or demonstrative equivalent
- Field experience performing archaeology and cultural resource management in United States Southwest is highly encouraged, but not required
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