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Posted: 12/12/2016

Quality Services, Inc.

Subcontractor archeologists, historians, and historic architects
Professional Opportunity
Rapid City, SD



Quality Services, Inc.is interested in finding subcontractor archeologists, historians, and historic architects for FCC communication projects in the following states:


Alabama         Arkansas         Florida                        Illinois            Indiana            Kentucky                         Louisiana

Michigan        Minnesota       Mississippi                 Nebraska         New Jersey     North Carolina          Ohio

Oregon            Pennsylvania  South Carolina            Tennessee       Texas              Washington                Wisconsin


Work will consist of completing record searches, visual analysis, pedestrian archeological survey, subsurface testing, environmental data collection, and other activities.  Numbers of projects within each state could vary and projects will be assigned on a case-by-case basis.  Some projects could start immediately.


Qualified candidates should possess at a minimum bachelor's or masters degree in archeology, history, historic preservation, or a related field and have experience with similar projects.  Candidates must be able to perform physically demanding tasks in adverse environmental conditions (e.g., rugged terrain, remote locations, hot and cold temperatures).




OPen until
Until Filled

How to apply
If interested, please send vita, work product examples, list of states you wish to work in, expected pay rates, references and current and expected future availability, to employment@qualityservices.us.com

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