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Archaeological Technician, Biscayne National Park

Posted in Uncategorized by underwaterarchaeologyjobs on May 31, 2016

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Archaeological Technician, Key Biscayne National Park. Closes 8 June.

The primary duties of this job include conducting archeological monitoring, survey, and excavation of archeological resources in the parks, and sometimes as part of technical assistance rendered to other non-NPS partners. Additional fieldwork includes locating and recording sites, creating and maintaining essential field documentation, collection of archeological and environmental data, and collecting and processing spatial and geophysical data, especially as they pertain to prehistoric and historic sites in the Southeast. Laboratory work includes processing and analysis of artifacts, spatial data, and field data, database entry, and cataloging. Duties also include the production of summary and trip reports, field catalogs and inventories of archeological data, maps, drawings, and figures for reports, and the completion of Cultural Site Inventory forms. Selectee may also be asked to provide general assistance in a variety of areas related to other federal preservation laws and policy.

THIS IS A SCUBA INTENSIVE POSITION.  THE INCUMBENT OF THIS POSITION MUST POSSESS A SCUBA CERTIFICATION FROM AN ACCREDITED NATIONAL INSTITUTION (YOU MUST PROVIDE A COPY OF YOUR CERTIFICATION IN SCIENTIFIC DIVING OPERATIONS AND SAFETY PROCEDURES IN ACCORDANCE WITH THE STANDARDS OF THE AMERICAN ACADEMY OF UNDERWATER SCIENCES (AAUS) AND A DIVE LOG TO PROVE YOUR MINIMUM EXPERIENCE IN SCIENTIFIC DIVING TO BE CONSIDERED FOR THIS POSITION).

SELECTIVE FACTOR: THE INCUMBENT OF THIS POSITION MUST HAVE THE ABILITY TO OPERATE A MOTORBOAT UP TO 35 FEET IN LENGTH AND POSSESS A MOTORBOAT OPERATION COURSE CERTIFICATION (YOU MUST PROVIDE A COPY OF YOUR CERTIFICATION TO BE CONSIDERED FOR THIS POSITION).


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