Minimum Qualifications (Knowledge, Skills, Abilities):
● Must be a U.S. citizen
● Possess a valid driver's license
● Ability to work outside in the hot or cold New Mexico weather
● Ability to identify historic and pre-Hispanic artifacts, cultural features, and archaeological sites
● Proficiency in ArcGIS and GPS equipment
● Proficiency with standard word processing (Word) and workbook (Excel) software
● Proficiency in North American archaeology and culture history, with an emphasis in New Mexico or the United States Southwest
● Demonstrated verbal and written communication skills for communicating effectively with stakeholders, critical reviewing skills for analysis, and development of technical reports for compliance documents
● Good time management skills to manage diverse portfolio and multiple project needs
● Strong problem-solving and analytical skills
● Flexibility and willingness to learn
Education and Experience Required:
Bachelors' degree in Archaeology, Anthropology, or Native American studies, combined with at least 5 years of relative field/office experience, or a graduate degree in Archaeology, Anthropology, or Native American studies with at least 3 years of relative field/office experience.
● Completion of an accredited archaeological field school or demonstrative equivalent
● Field experience performing archaeology and cultural resource management in New Mexico or the United States Southwest is highly encouraged, but not required.