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POSITIONS OPEN

Principal Investigator
Archaeological and Historical Consultants, Inc. (A&HC) is accepting applications for the position of principal investigator for CRM projects. Responsibilities include client/agency coordination, supervision of fieldwork, analysis, and report/proposal preparation. Requirements include an M.A. degree (Ph.D. preferred) with an archaeological focus, at least one year of experience in the supervision of archaeological fieldwork, a demonstrated ability to produce quality reports in a timely fashion, and knowledge of eastern U.S. prehistory and/or history. A competitive salary and benefits package are offered, including health insurance and retirement plan. A&HC is located in central Pennsylvania near Penn State University. Submit vitae, letter of application, and a list of three references to David Rue, Program Manager, Archaeological and Historical Consultants, Inc., P.O. Box 482, Centre Hall, PA, 16828, tel: (814) 364-2135, fax: (814) 364-2143. EOE.

Field Director
Archaeological and Historical Consultants, Inc. (A&HC) is accepting applications for positions of field director for CRM projects beginning in April 1999. Responsibilities include supervision and coordination of field crews engaged in archaeological survey and excavation, primarily involving Phase I and II surveys for highway and gas pipeline rights-of-way in Pennsylvania, New Jersey, and Maryland. Requirements include an B.A. degree in archaeology, anthropology, or a closely related field or equivalent; two to four years related archaeological field experience and/or training or equivalent combination of education and experience; and demonstrated capability to manage archaeological fieldwork. A competitive salary and benefits package are offered, including health insurance and retirement plan. A&HC is located in central Pennsylvania near Penn State University. Established in 1983, AHC provides archaeological and architectural history. Submit vitae, letter of application, and a list of three references to David Rue, Program Manager, Archaeological and Historical Consultants, Inc., P.O. Box 482, Centre Hall, PA, 16828, tel: (814) 364-2135, fax: (814) 364-2143. EOE.

Assistant Professor, Mesoamerican Archaeologist
The University of Arizona Department of Anthropology announces a tenure-track position for an archaeologist working with the complex societies of Mesoamerica. The position will be at the assistant professor level and will begin fall semester 2000. Ph.D. required. Active field research program beyond the dissertation and significant publication and grant records necessary. Must show evidence of outstanding teaching ability. Send letter of application, curriculum vita, and names , addresses, and phone numbers of three references to Mesoamerican Search Committee, Dept. of Anthropology, University of Arizona, P.O. Box 210030, Tucson, AZ 85721-0030. The deadline for receipt of applications is August 31, 1999. The University of Arizona is an EEO/AA Employer­M/W/D/V.

Principal Investigator/Project Manager
The Cultural Resources Group of GAI Consultants, Inc. is rapidly expanding and seeking a principal investigator specializing in Prehistoric Archaeology of the Mid-Atlantic region. This is a full-time position with an excellent benefits package and attractive salary range. Training opportunities, stock options, profit sharing, and support for professional development are also included in the benefits package. The ideal applicant will have a minimum of an M.A. degree and at least two years of supervisory experience in the CRM industry, with knowledge of Section 106. Must be able to implement project research goals and have excellent writing skills. This is a managerial position, so people skills and organizational skills are imperative. The position is for our Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania­Monroeville office. Pittsburgh is a growing and exciting city. Steel mills, which once choked the air and rivers are gone, and are now replaced by green space, parks, and waterfront attractions. Our new sports stadiums, convention center, and expanding infrastructure are creating excellent business and archaeological opportunities as well as providing for an exciting place to live! Please submit your résumes, with three references, to Diane B. Landers, The Cultural Resources Group, GAI Consultants, Inc., 570 Beatty Rd., Monroeville, PA 15146, tel: (412) 856-9220 ext. 1344.

Assistant Professorship
The Department of Anthropology and Geography at Georgia State University invites applicants for an anticipated tenure-track assistant professorship in archaeology beginning August 1999. Applicants should have a Ph.D. in anthropology. Candidate will contribute to the undergraduate and graduate programs within the department. Area of specialization is open, but preferences will be given to persons specializing in urban archaeology, an expertise in regional analysis, archaeological survey methods, and whose theoretical and methodological perspectives link with the department's strong program in Geographic Information Systems. Salary commensurate with qualification and experience. Applications will begin immediately and will be accepted until position is filled. Send letters of application, vita, and names of three references to Chair, Anthropology Search Committee, Department of Anthropology and Geography, Georgia State University, Atlanta, GA, 30303-3083. Georgia State University is an employment educational institution/affirmative action employer.

Archaeologist
The Big Springs Cultural Resources Management Plan for the Las Vegas Valley Water District's North Well Field seeks an archaeologist to plan, oversee, and implement the Plan. Responsibilities will include administering all cultural resources management issues and activities of the Plan; conducting research, studies, and surveys; and supervising staff and/or consultants in design development and restoration of cultural resource programs, historic structures, collections, and exhibits. Requirements include a Master's degree in archaeology or closely related field; completion of archaeology field school; and five years professional archaeology experience including research, survey, excavation, laboratory analysis and preparation of written materials, and the supervision of staff and/or consultants. Knowledge and experience working with the prehistory and history of the Las Vegas Valley, Southern Nevada and other regions of the Southwest is especially desired. Hiring salary range is $59,542­$74,428, DOQ. Application package may be obtained from Human Resources, Las Vegas Valley Water District, 1001 S. Valley View Blvd., Las Vegas, NV 89153; tel: (702) 258-3933, email: erin.beesley@lvvwd.com. Visit our websites at www.lvvwd.com and www.bigsprings.com.

Archaeological Project Managers/Assistant Project Managers
R. Christopher Goodwin & Associates, Inc., is looking for archaeological project managers and assistant project managers interested in an opportunity to join the permanent staff in our New Orleans, Louisiana office. All applicants must have an M.A. degree in archaeology or anthropology and have at least two years of experience. Experience in Southeastern or North American prehistory preferred. After a three-month probationary period, successful candidates will be eligible for permanent staff positions. All positions are salaried, with benefits after three months. Please submit a letter of application and a curriculum vita with three references to Tracie Eiserloh, R. Christopher Goodwin & Associates, Inc., 5824 Plauche St., New Orleans, LA 70123. EOE.

Field Archaeologists/Field Supervisors
R. Christopher Goodwin & Associates, Inc. is looking for field archaeologists and field supervisors interested in an opportunity to join the permanent staff in our Frederick, Maryland, or New Orleans, Louisiana offices. All applicants must have a B.A. or B.S. degree in archaeology, anthropology, or history, and have passed a field school. Supervisors must have an M.A. in archaeology or anthropology and one year of CRM experience. Archaeological analysts also are sought for the Frederick, Maryland office; applicants must have a B.A. or B.S. degree in archaeology, anthropology, or history, and have at least one year of laboratory experience; Mid-Atlantic, Midwest, or Caribbean material cultural expertise preferred, knowledge of Microsoft Access a plus. After a three-month probationary period, successful candidates will be eligible for permanent staff positions. All positions are salaried, with benefits after three months. Please submit a letter of application and a curriculum vita with three references to R. Christopher Goodwin & Associates, Inc., 241 East Fourth St., Suite 100 Frederick, MD 21701, or R. Christopher Goodwin & Associates, Inc., 5824 Plauche St., New Orleans, LA 70123. EOE.

Senior Archaeologist
Taylor & Associates, Inc., a multidisciplined engineering and planning firm seeks senior archaeologist for cultural resource management. Advanced degree in anthropology/archaeology with a minimum of three years in cultural resource management. Must meet 36 CFR § 61 Professional Qualifications Standards for Archaeology. Knowledge of SHPO archaeological procedures and the implementation of Section 106 process are required. Must be able to work with consultants and federal and state agencies in reviewing documents and managing all aspects of cultural resource compliance coordination. Send résume and letter of interest to Greta Ulanoski, McCormick, Taylor & Associates, Inc., Gateway Corporate Center, 6380 Flank Dr., Suite 300, Harrisburg, PA 17112. EOE/AA.

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