Archaelogical Technician I

Thursday, June 23, 2011


San Diego/ Arizona
United States

Under the direct supervision of archaeological crew chiefs and under the general supervision of field director/project, the Archeological Technician I performs unskilled and semi- skilled tasks at archaeological field sites. This person assists crew chief in activities associated with the excavation of project areas and found features, walks over project searching for archaeological materials such as historic and prehistoric remains, excavates, screens, back-fills excavated areas, assists in preparation of sketch maps and forms, and field photography, conducts simple surveys using compass, topographical map and aerial photographs. This worker determines the exact locations of sites and marks them on maps and/or aerial photographs, records information on archeological site survey form and prepares simple reports, and cleans, packages, and labels artifacts recovered from inventories and excavations and assists in the flotation of soil samples.

Institution or Company offering position: 
Mountain Chief Management Services
Contact Name: 
Bonnie Blanco