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Posted: 09/16/2015

Environmental Corporation of America
Cultural Department

ECA is a growing consulting firm providing cultural and environmental regulatory compliance services throughout the United States. We provide a team-oriented work environment, competitive salaries, and a competitive benefits package including health insurance, paid vacation and holidays, and a 401K plan.

Archaeologist & Project Manager
Professional Opportunity
Alpharetta, GA

Environmental Corporation of America has an immediate need for an Archaeologist in the Alpharetta, GA office. We are seeking one Archaeologist/Project Manager for infrastructure projects to include, but not limited to: transportation, telecommunications, and transmission/pipeline. At a minimum, candidates must have a bachelors degree in Archaeology, Anthropology, or a related field with a minimum of 6 months of field experience. Experience and/or education in the prehistoric Southeast are a plus. Interest in environmental studies (NEPA) is also a plus. Travel will be required. 

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How to apply
The position is a salaried full-time position and will remain open until filled. Previous applicants are encouraged to apply. For consideration, please send your vitae or resume, a writing sample, a minimum of three references, and a letter of interest by email using the contact information provided below. Incomplete submission packets will not be accepted. Please email if you have any questions. Matthew Beazley, MA, RPA Principal Archaeologist/Historian Environmental Corporation of America 1375 Union Hill Industrial Court Alpharetta, GA 30004 770-667-2040 x 109 (office) 770-667-2041 (fax) Matthew.beazley@eca-usa.com www.eca-usa.com
Matthew Beazley
Phone: 770-667-2040
Fax: 770-667-2041
1375 Union Hill Industrial Court
Alpharetta, GA 30004

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