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Posted: 06/26/2009

Employer
ASM Affiliates, Inc.


Position
Cultural Resources Specialist
Type
Professional Opportunity
Location
Salt Lake City, UT
Details
 

ASM Affiliates, Salt Lake City Office, is seeking a Cultural Resources Specialist who will be responsible for providing archaeological and ethnographic services to federal and state agencies. The employee will be responsible for preparing portions of proposals and budgets, fieldwork, client contact, and technical report preparation. This position will be directly supervised by the Principal Investigator. The candidate must have strong writing skills and be willing to conduct library research for archaeological and ethnographic reports. A candidates professional experience must exhibit a strong understanding of cultural resource laws and regulations. Experience in working with Section 106 and 110 of the National Historic Preservation Act and NEPA compliance is required.

Qualifications

Preferred qualifications for this position include a graduate degree in Anthropology, with a specialization in the archaeology and ethnography of the intermountain western United States and at least 3 years of experience in cultural resource technical report writing and project management involving Section 106 compliance and Section 110 agency management responsibilities. Familiarity with the federal agencies is highly preferred. Salary will commensurate with education and experience, full benefits package.

OPen until
Until Filled

How to apply
Submit your CV to:
Molly Molenaar
Phone: (801) 485-1464
ADDRESS
ASM Affiliates, Inc.
2319 Foothill Drive, Suite 120
Salt Lake City, UT 84109

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