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Posted: 01/24/2017

Employer
RK&K- Voted #1 on Baltimore Sun’s “Best Places to Work”
Transportation/Planning

Since our founding in 1923, the RK&K team has served public and private sector clients by providing multi-discipline planning, engineering, environmental and construction phase services. We offer innovative and efficient solutions on a variety of projects nationwide from our 22 offices in eight states and Washington, DC. Our award-winning and diversified staff is experienced in an array of design and construction disciplines, including planning; engineering design; and construction management, inspection and engineering for transportation, environmental, infrastructure, utility, site and surveying and energy/pipeline projects. Every one of our nearly 1,200 team members understands what it takes to deliver success to our clients: Responsive People | Creative Solutions


Position
Archaeological Laboratory Director
ARCHLABDIRECTOR-BALT
Type
Professional Opportunity
Location
Baltimore, MD
Details
 

Title: Archaeological Laboratory Director

Location: Baltimore, Maryland

Company: Rummel, Klepper and Kahl, LLP

Rummel, Klepper & Kahl, LLP (RK&K) is experiencing significant positive growth and expanding our Cultural Resource Management group.  RK&K is seeking qualified candidates for an Archaeological Laboratory Director to support numerous on-going and upcoming projects in the Mid-Atlantic region. This is a full-time permanent position located in RK&Ks Baltimore headquarters. Candidate must have experience in the Mid-Atlantic region; should possess, at minimum, a Masters Degree in Archaeology, Anthropology or a closely related field; and have at least two years supervisory experience managing and conducting analysis of archaeological collections.  A Registered Professional Archaeologist (RPA) certification is preferred but not required.

Minimum Requirements:

§  Masters Degree in Archaeology, Anthropology or a closely related field and at least years (2) years of supervisory experience in a laboratory setting

§  Experience planning and implementing lab strategies, processing and cataloguing artifact collections

§  Significant experience with prehistoric and historic material culture identification and analysis from the Mid-Atlantic Region

§  Familiarity with federal and Mid-Atlantic state curation standards

§  Experience developing budgets and writing technical reports

§  Strong supervisory skills are required and the individual in this position will be responsible for overseeing both full-time staff and part-time laboratory technicians hired on a project-by-project basis

§  Understanding of federal, state, and local cultural resource regulations

§  Ability to direct field investigations and author technical reports when necessary

§  Clean driving record and able to pass background check

 

Skills:

§  Good organizational and time management skills, strong work ethic and willingness to learn.

§  Strong technical writing and oral communication skills

§  Self-motivated and able to work and participate as part of a team

§  Proficiency with the Microsoft Suite including Access

§  Experience with relational databases

§  Proficiency with GPS units and Total Station

§  Experience with ArcGIS 10 is desirable

 

 

 

RK&K offers an excellent compensation package commensurate with experience, and a comprehensive benefits package including high-end healthcare, 401(k), paid time off, company medical/dental plans, and tuition reimbursement.

RK&K is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

 

OPen until
03/31/2017

How to apply
Please visit us at www.rkk.com
Phone: 410-462-9276
ADDRESS
81 Mosher Street
Baltimore, MD 21217

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