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Posted: 01/19/2016

Employer
Idaho National Laboratory
Energy Resource Recovery & Sustainability

Changing the World's Energy Future by Breaking Ground on New Technology Mission: Discover, demonstrate and secure innovative nuclear energy solutions, other clean energy options and critical infrastructure. Vision: INL will change the world's energy future and secure our critical infrastructure.


Position
Archaeologist
9464
Type
Professional Opportunity
Location
Idaho Falls, ID
Details
 

Idaho National Laboratory (INL) is seeking candidates for an Archaeologist. The Archaeologist will conduct research to reconstruct record of past human life and culture from archival records, oral histories, artifacts, historic and prehistoric archaeological deposits, cultural features, architectural properties, structures, and landscape features recovered from archival research, survey, monitoring, testing, and data recovery. In addition, the successful candidate will conduct work with a multidisciplinary team of archaeologists, architectural historians, historians, geologists, other scientists, engineers, project managers, federal agency representatives, and Native American tribal representatives in a variety of settings on INL Site and other Department of Energy (DOE) facilities.

Work may involve walking on uneven terrain while carrying up to 25 lbs. of field equipment in conditions that may include extremes of heat or cold and inclement weather.

OPen until
01/31/2016

How to apply
Please apply directly at inl.gov or send resume to kimberly.waetje@inl.gov
Kimberly Waetje
Phone: 208-526-2294
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