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  • Gail Thompson
    Historical Research Associates, Inc. – Seattle Office Project Archaeologist Position Historical Research Associates, Inc. (HRA) is a company of cultural
    Message 1 of 1 , Apr 1, 2004
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      Historical Research Associates, Inc. – Seattle Office
      Project Archaeologist Position

      Historical Research Associates, Inc. (HRA) is a company of cultural resource
      and historical consultants with 30 years of experience conducting cultural
      resources management projects for public and private sector clients
      throughout the West. HRA desires to hire a Project Archaeologist for our
      Seattle office and seeks highly motivated individuals with experience in
      Cultural Resource Management (CRM) in the Northwest.

      HRA's project archaeologists are responsible for all aspects of smaller
      projects and work closely with other staff on various aspects of larger
      projects. Responsibilities include managing and supervising background
      research, survey and excavation fieldwork, and laboratory analysis;
      coordinating and writing sections of technical reports; and working with HRA
      staff, clients, and agency personnel to assure timely deliver of
      professionally responsive work products. Duties also include proposal and
      budget preparation. Projects may entail surveys, excavations, determinations
      of National Register eligibility, evaluation of effects, and design of
      mitigation measures. This position is intended to focus upon prehistoric
      archaeology, but can include all types of cultural resources. Periodic
      travel, especially for fieldwork, is required, with occasional field
      sessions lasting several weeks.

      Preferred qualifications include a Master's or Ph.D. degree in archaeology
      or related discipline and 2-3 years of experience in CRM, preferably
      involving Section 106 compliance projects in the Northwest. Applicants must
      meet Secretary of the Interior standards for an Archaeologist with.
      demonstrated ability and experience in conducting Section 106 consultation.
      Other requirements include experience conducting and supervising research,
      survey and excavation fieldwork, analysis, and writing; and good
      interpersonal and communication skills. Familiarity with software such as MS
      Word, Access, Excel, GIS, and graphics programs is preferred.

      HRA offers a competitive salary, dependent on qualifications and experience.
      Benefits include holidays, sick leave, vacation, 401k, bonus plan, health
      and disability insurance, and professional development opportunities.

      TO APPLY, PLEASE SEND COVER LETTER, RESUME, LIST OF REFERENCES, AND A
      WRITING SAMPLE

      James Carter
      Associate Archaeologist
      Historical Research Associates, Inc.
      119 Pine Street, Suite 301
      Seattle, WA 98101
      206-343-0226
      206-343-0249 fax
      jcarter@...
      HRA is an EEO employer.
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