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Archaeological Field Technician Position
To support its growing CRM program in the KY/TN/AR region, HDR is seeking a qualified, temporary, archaeological field technician. The archaeological field technician performs archaeological field work, lab work, or GIS work under the direction and supervision of the Senior Archaeologist, Principal Investigator, or Project Archaeologist. Archaeological field technicians are responsible for: excavations of shovel test pits (STPs), excavation units (EUs/Tus), block excavations, site documentation via standard field paperwork, feature and artifact identification and analyses; and mapping. At a minimum, archaeological technicians must have:
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