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Arcadis is seeking an Archaeologist to support environmental planning projects across the U.S. In this role, you will conduct archaeological field work for multiple projects and at all levels of investigation, from site identification to data recovery, and archaeological monitoring. You will work on projects that require shovel testing, pedestrian surveys, and site documentation. In this role, you will also be responsible for preparing technical reports and documents.
This position will require a candidate to work collaboratively with a diverse team across the U.S. Arcadis offers a flexible working environment and follows a hybrid work structure. A successful candidate can expect to work remotely and from the office, as needed, based on demands of project and client teams. The ability to travel to various project sites, including overnight travel, will be required (field work expectations are approximately 50%)
As a Consultant with Arcadis, you'll soon discover you can make a difference in our company by collaborating with staff and contributing to an interesting array of projects. You will be a key member to drive innovation and build strong technical communities within the Enviro Socio Permitting practice. This is a great opportunity to work with a dynamic team and gain experience in a wide variety of environmental projects for diverse market sectors. Your career growth will only be limited by your skills and your passion for success! You will also work with existing staff to support the growth of Cultural Resources Services.
As an Archaeologist, you will apply your technical knowledge to support archaeological services over a range of sectors, including linear utilities, oil and gas, mining, rail and transit, and renewable energies. You will be a key cultural resources team member and work as part of an interdisciplinary environmental team. You will be responsible for conducting archaeological fieldwork, including archaeological monitoring, and preparing technical documents.
You will lead cultural resources surveys and be responsible for managing archaeological field staff and field crews, as appropriate. This will require a working knowledge of GPS systems and the ability to walk and conduct fieldwork for long hours, as well as carry supplies weighing up to 40 pounds. This will also require working in the field under a range of conditions (e.g., rugged and unfamiliar terrain, remote locations, hot and cold temperatures). Additionally, you will use your excellent technical writing and communications skills to author technical documents and provide survey details and results to project teams.
Qualifications & Experience:
First and foremost, do you share our passion for preserving cultural resources? Do you want to be part of a growing cultural resources practice and help with growing that practice in the across the U.S.? If you are technically capable with experience in cultural resources management, come join us! Required qualifications for the role include:
- Master's degree in archaeology or a Bachelor's Degree in anthropology/archaeology and currently enrolled in a graduate program.
- 1-2 years of experience in cultural resources management.
- Demonstrated experience supervising archaeological field crews.
- Demonstrated practical field experience in the U.S.
- Working knowledge of GPS systems and the collection of field data.
- Basic knowledge of cultural resources management and Section 106.
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We want you to be able to bring your best self to work every day which is why we take equality and inclusion seriously and hold ourselves to account for our actions. Our ambition is to be an employer of choice and provide a great place to work for all our people. We are an equal opportunity and affirmative action employer. Women, minorities, people with disabilities and veterans are strongly encouraged to apply. We are dedicated to a policy of non-discrimination in employment on any basis including race, creed, color, religion, national origin, sex, age, disability, marital status, sexual orientation, gender identity, citizenship status, disability, veteran status, or any other basis prohibited by law.
Arcadis offers benefits for full time and part time positions. These benefits include medical, dental, and vision, EAP, 401K, STD, LTD, AD&D, life insurance, paid parental leave, reward & recognition program and optional benefits including wellbeing benefits, adoption assistance and tuition reimbursement. We offer seven paid holidays and potentially up to two floating holidays per calendar year depending on start date, and 15 days PTO that accrue per year. The salary range for this position is $61200 - $91800.