Portland Archaeologist

Historical Research Associates, Inc. (HRA), has openings for Archaeologists for their Portland Oregon office. The qualified candidate must have an advanced degree in Anthropology or a related field, at least 3 years of field experience, and at least 2 to 5 years of supervisory experience in the field of Cultural Resource Management. The position will include a significant field component, including 1 to 3 years of on-going fieldwork in primarily eastern and southern Oregon. Job duties include developing research designs, leading field projects, conducting archival research, technical report writing, and artifact analysis. Candidates must have experience with all phases of archaeological fieldwork, including survey, testing/evaluation, and data recovery excavations. The successful candidate must be willing to travel throughout the Pacific Northwest. Only candidates with an advanced degree and who can hold an archaeological excavation permit in Oregon will be considered. Competitive salary negotiable based on experience. Full benefits package includes annual bonus, vacation, sick leave, holidays, medical insurance, 401K, etc. HRA is an EEO employer. Please contact Emily Ragsdale at  503-247-1319 , eragsdale@hrassoc.com.

 

Research Archaeologist

Historical Research Associates, Inc. (HRA), has openings for one or more Research Archaeologists in our offices in the Northwest. The qualified candidate must have an MA or PhD degree in Anthropology with Archaeology emphasis, at least 2 years field experience, and at least 1 year supervisory experience in the field of Cultural Resource Management. Job duties include leading field projects, use of GPS and other data collection devices, conducting site file and literature research, technical report writing, and artifact analysis; GIS experience and familiarity with the Section 106 process are a plus. Candidates with a background in historical archaeology of the Western U.S. will be given a greater consideration. The successful candidate must be willing to travel throughout the Pacific Northwest and (rarely) the rest of the U.S. Only candidates with an advanced degree will be interviewed. Competitive salary negotiable based on experience. Full benefits package includes annual bonus, vacation, sick leave, holidays, medical insurance, 401K, etc. HRA is an EEO employer. Please submit a letter of interest and résumé to Brent Hicks at bhicks@hrassoc.com.

 

Project Archaeologist

Historical Research Associates, Inc. (HRA), has openings for one or more Project Archaeologists in our offices in the Northwest. The qualified candidate must have an MA or PhD degree in Anthropology with western U.S. Archaeology emphasis, at least 3 years of field experience, and at least 2 to 5 years of supervisory experience in positions of increasing responsibility in the context of Section 106 compliance; experience in historical archaeology is a plus. The preferred candidate will have working familiarity with federal laws, regulations, standards, and guidelines governing cultural resources, as well as with general cultural resource management practices. Experience with data recovery projects, preparation of research designs, and with northwest state laws is desired. Experience in the preparation of technical reports and proposals/budgets for projects is required. Ability to communicate directly with a variety of clients in the public and private sector is a necessity; experience interacting with THPOs and/or tribal cultural resource representatives is helpful. The applicant should have the ability to work both on their own initiative and as part of a team with other professionals in the company. Applicants must have a demonstrated ability to meet schedule requirements. Competitive salary negotiable based on experience. Full benefits package includes annual bonus, vacation, sick leave, holidays, medical insurance, 401K, etc. HRA is an EEO employer. Please submit a letter of interest, résumé, and writing example of primary authorship to Brent Hicks at bhicks@hrassoc.com.

 

Senior Project Archaeologist/CRM Division Manager

Historical Research Associates, Inc. (HRA), has an opening for a Senior Project Archaeologist to fill a CRM Division Manager position in one of our four offices in the Northwest. The qualified candidate must have an MA or PhD degree in Anthropology with Archaeology emphasis or a related field, at least 10 years supervisory experience in the field of Cultural Resource Management, and a demonstrated record as an archaeological Principal Investigator for Phase II evaluations and Phase III mitigation. The candidate will have working experience with federal laws, regulations, standards, and guidelines governing cultural resources, as well as with general cultural resource management practices. Job duties include developing research designs, leading field projects, directing site file, report, and archival research, technical report writing, and directing various kinds of analyses. Additional duties, skills and experience appropriate to the CRM Division Manager position include: a firm understanding of the business of CRM; providing strategic direction for and participating in business development and client relations; oversight of Project Managers; leading and mentoring Division staff; overseeing inter-office project scheduling; preparing the Division’s annual budget and reviewing ongoing financial condition; and reviewing and approving major project technical proposals and budgets. Travel between offices is required. Competitive salary negotiable based on experience. Full benefits package includes annual bonus, vacation, sick leave, holidays, medical insurance, 401K, etc. HRA is an EEO employer. Please direct inquiries to Brent Hicks at  206-343-0226 ; submit letter of interest and résumé to bhicks@hrassoc.com.

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