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Posted: 10/14/2009

Employer
WV Division of Highways

Government


Position
Archaeologist
Type
Professional Opportunity
Location
Charleston, WV
Details
 

WV Division of Highways has an open permanent position for a staff archaeologist. Medical coverage, generous holiday, annual, and sick leave, and reliable support for conferences and specialized training. Paid overtime, with day trips accounting for most overtime and travel.

Qualifications:

Masters Degree in Anthropology/Archaeology with two years of field experience in CRM projects.

Good interpersonal skills, and the ability to work independently as well as part of a team .

The ability to write clear and concise reports

Desirable:

Prospects who are knowledgeable in historical archaeology

Judgment developed from exposure to a range of field situations

Supervisory experience

Duties:

Reconnaissance and identification surveys for bridge replacement and smaller highway projects

Occasional, limited Phase 2 evaluations

Coordination with consultants on significance evaluations too involved for in-house capability

Coordination with consultants and agencies on major transportation projects

Lots of report writing  we cover the entire highway system in WV

Resume - Send to Ben Hark, Engineering Division, Environmental Section: Ben.L.Hark@wv.gov

Charleston, WV, is the center of an urban area of about 200,000 people. Charleston has a decent social and cultural life, a moderate cost of living, and hospitable people. West Virginia perennially has the highest rate of home ownership and the lowest crime rate in the nation. Charleston is within a comfortable day's drive of much of the Mid-Atlantic, Mid-West, and Southeast.

Timing:

This is being posted for the period October 9  November 20, 2009. Hiring for civil service jobs can be cumbersome - depending on outcome, we may repost after 6 weeks.

OPen until
11/20/2009

How to apply
Resume - Send to Ben Hark, Engineering Division, Environmental Section: Ben.L.Hark@wv.gov
Ben Hark

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