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Posted: 03/28/2012

Dovetail Cultural Resource Group

Dovetail is a small, woman-owned firm operating out of Fredericksburg, Virginia. We have a staff of 20 preservation professionals, including archaeologists, architectural historians, historians, and GIS specialists.

Project Archaeologist
Professional Opportunity
Fredericksburg, VA

Dovetail Cultural Resource Group (Dovetail) is currently accepting applications for a full time Project Archaeologist in our Fredericksburg, Virginia office. The Project Archaeologists is responsible for day to day management of small to large scale projects and monitoring budget status.  They are also responsible for management of field personnel and development of project documentation including reports.  Candidates should have a proven ability to perform in a management capacity and to direct archaeological fieldwork, laboratory research, and report preparation, as well as excellent written and oral communication skills. The position may involve weekly travel in the mid-Atlantic region on a project basis.

A Masters degree in anthropology, archaeology, history or related field is preferred, but individuals with a Bachelors degree and extensive supervisory and report production experience will be considered. A familiarity with SHPO standards in the Mid-Atlantic States and federal preservation regulations is required. A research focus in historical archaeology is preferred.

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How to apply
The position is available immediately. This is a salaried position with benefits and holiday pay. See www.dovetailcrg.com or call 540-899-9170 for additional information on the firm. Please submit a cover letter, CV, references, and salary requirements by Friday, April 6, 2012 to Mike Carmody at mcarmody@dovetailcrg.com or mail them to: Mike Carmody Dovetail Cultural Resource Group 300 Central Rd, Suite 200 Fredericksburg, VA, 22401.
Mike Carmody
Phone: 540-899-9170
Fax: 540-899-9137

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