The primary functions of a Cultural Resources Specialist is to prepare proposals, conduct archaeological research, records searches, monitoring, survey, testing, data recovery, excavation, CEQA/NEPA/Section 106 technical report preparation and review, and CEQA/NEPA environmental document cultural and tribal cultural resources sections preparation. The position requires strong research and writing skills and working with MS Word and Adobe. Travel for field survey will be required throughout California.
Master’s Degree in Anthropology (or related field) and meet the Secretary of Interior Professional Qualification Standards for archaeology
5+ years of experience in Cultural Resources Management field archaeology.
Knowledge of federal and state laws that apply to archaeology.
Excellent analytical skills and exceptional technical writing ability.
Capable of working in both an office and field environment.
Able to communicate through all contemporary business mediums (i.e., email, telephone, video conferencing)
Attention to detail, organization, and ability to follow instructions.
A valid California driver’s license.
Ability to travel throughout California.
Candidate can office or work remotely out of any of our offices in northern California.
The salary range for this position is $50,000 - $105,000. This will be dependent on the experience and expertise of the incoming candidate.
BENEFITS We offer a comprehensive benefits package including:
Medical, dental, vision insurance
401K Retirement Plan
Health Savings Account (HSA)
Flexible Spending Accounts (FSA)
Life, AD&D, short-term and long-term disability
Professional and personal development
Generous paid time off
Commuter and wellness benefits
Whether you want to work in the office, at home, or in a hybrid model, we accommodate a variety of preferences. We recognize our employees face many factors when it comes to selecting the best work location, and we are passionate about providing options and flexibility.