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Cultural Resources Technician - On Call
SWCA Environmental ConsultantsHalf Moon Bay, CA
A Bachelor’s Degree in anthropology, archaeology, or a closely related field.
Staff Cultural Resources Specialist - Environmental Services (Atlanta)
Burns & McDonnellAtlanta, GA
Knowledge of anthropology and archaeology methods and practices.
StantecRedding, CA
Bachelors degree in Archaeology, or related field preferred.
FEMA - Cultural Resources Specialist (Nationwide Openings)
CDM SmithNewark, NJ
Bachelor's degree in history, archaeology, anthropology, architectural history, art history, historic preservation or related field is required.
FEMA - Cultural Resources Specialist (Nationwide Openings)
CDM SmithRio Rancho, NM
Bachelor's degree in history, archaeology, anthropology, architectural history, art history, historic preservation or related field is required.
How to Stay Relevant as the Workplace Evolves

The COVID-19 pandemic has transformed the future of work in ways we could hardly have imagined only two years ago. Things such as remote work, accelerated digital transformation, increased use of AI and AR have all contributed to a fluid and dynamic workplace. Now how, where and when we work is constantly evolving.

Associate / Full Professor
The University of AlabamaTuscaloosa, AL
The Department of Anthropology takes a four-field approach to the BA, MA, and PhD degrees, emphasizing two areas of specialization that crosscut sub-disciplines: biocultural medical anthropology (broadly construed to encompass physical, sociocultural, and/or psychological wellbeing and functioning) and the archaeology of complex societies in the Americas.
Temporary Faculty Pool, History - Global History
California State University Dominguez HillsCarson, CA
Associated topics: archaeology, art history, esl, ethics, french, history, m.
As - Needed Architectural Historian / Historian
Helix Environmental PlanningTextile Finance, CA
Additional skills/accomplishments considered a plus: Related coursework associated with historic archaeology and/or architectural history, and related cultural resources and environmental topics Historic archaeology capabilities Experience with development/implementation of research designs, preservation plans, and mitigation measures (e.g., HABS/HAER documentation) Experience with development/implementation of construction monitoring plans and programs.
Elementary School Teacher
Kamehameha SchoolsHonolulu, HI
Associated topics: archaeology, art, college of humanities, early education, history, italian, japanese, learning technology, school of humanities, victorian
The Ultimate Guide to Building the Best Project Manager Resume Ever

Project managers are in demand. As existing project managers (or PMs, as it’s easier to write and say) retire, the need to hire more PMs keeps increasing. In fact, according to a report by the Project Management Institute, employers are going to need nearly 90 million people in PM roles by 2027. That’s definitely a lot of PMs, which is good news for you if you’re reading this article in the hopes of creating a project management resume that will help you score the perfect PM position.

Assistant Or Associate Professor of Archaeology And Inequality
The Pennsylvania State UniversityUniversity Park, PA
We seek an outstanding archaeologist whose interests and skills are consistent with the Anthropology Department's integrative, scientific, and quantitative approach to studying human diversity, and its long traditions of sociopolitical, population, ecological, and evolutionary research in archaeology and beyond.
FEMA - Cultural Resources Specialist (Nationwide Openings)
CDM SmithMt Pleasant, SC
Bachelor's degree in history, archaeology, anthropology, architectural history, art history, historic preservation or related field is required.
Project Archaeologist / Cultural Resources Specialist 2
HDRDallas, TX
Master's degree in Archaeology, Anthropology, or a related field
Job Archaeological Field Director
McCormick TaylorHarrisburg, PA
B.A. Anthropology/Archaeology with significant previous experience as field director.
How to Develop a Career Plan

Building a career that matches your values, interests and financial expectations can be a challenging task. Yet, it’s one of the most important things you can do. Considering we spend at least a third of our lives working, finding a suitable career can have a great impact on our physical and mental wellbeing, as well as our financial security. 

Archaeological Field Technician
NV5Albuquerque, NM
The archaeology crew person will participate in field investigations to support cultural resources management and compliance.
FEMA - Cultural Resources Specialist (Nationwide Openings)
CDM SmithFrederick, MD
Bachelor's degree in history, archaeology, anthropology, architectural history, art history, historic preservation or related field is required.


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