Company: Sequence Systems
Posted on: June 25, 2022
Marine Archaeologist / Principal InvestigatorSequence has been
exclusively retained and is currently seeking a Principal
Investigator in Marine Archaeology responsible for managing
technical aspects of maritime archaeological projects. This unique
role is slated to direct both technical field operations as well as
undertake higher-level reporting and client interactions. It is
currently the most high-profile opportunity of its kind in the
niche industry with opportunities for career advancement and
practice development. It can be based remotely anywhere in the
mid-west, north/southeast, or the southwestern United States.Our
client, one of the nation's most respected Archeology consulting
firms, is significantly growing its marine archeology practice
efforts fueled by a host of wind, energy, and development
undertakings coupled with more traditional heritage and historic
site engagements. With specific relation to the operations field
activities, the firm has tasked us with finding a key Principal
Investigator responsible for the execution of maritime project
research, fieldwork, report preparation and content, National
Register evaluation recommendations, evaluations of project
effects, cultural resource management recommendations, and proper
curation of project artifacts and records at an approved curation
facility. Key duties and responsibilities would include:
- Timely and cost-effective conception, implementation, and
completion of projects.
- Management of multiple concurrent projects and priorities.
- Development of project-specific budgets, personnel assignments,
schedules, research goals, work plans, deliverables, and
- Demonstrate understanding the requirements of the scope of
work, using professional expertise with management standards
regarding the identification and treatment of historic properties
in federal waters.
- Performing background research and literature review to develop
historical contexts and probability models and develop risk
assessments for project development,
- Collecting and interpreting geophysical remote sensing survey
data including side-scan sonar, magnetometer, gradiometer,
sub-bottom profiler systems, and/or multibeam.
- Evaluate remote sensing targets to determine if they represent
cultural resources that may meet the criteria to be eligible for
listing in the National Register of Historic Places,
- Hold responsibility for QA/QC and the organization and
completion of project-specific reports.
- Develop professional recommendations for the management of
cultural resources, particularly archaeological resources, using
the National Register of Historic Places and other applicable
- Participate in public outreach programs to educate people about
the importance of archaeological resources and Heritage Management
at the project, professional, and/or community levels.
- Train, manage, and evaluate less experienced personnel as
necessary to achieve project goals and company goals for
professional development.This position would be an excellent match
for a mid-level RPA with proven consulting experience seeking to
grow their abilities and background. It could also be an excellent
match for senior-level RPA seeking a new home with an established
organization. A place that would welcome their advanced experience
and capabilities who could be a seller/doer within the practice.
Through the organization would ideally like the position based near
one of their many offices, the position could be remote with travel
to perform projects or company-related tasks (travel is
project-dependent with an expectation of travel for multiple days
on occasion - primarily within the United States). The position
- M.A./M.S. in Anthropology, Archaeology, emphasizing underwater
archaeology or related field, plus five years of CRM supervisory
and report preparation experience.
- Ability to function as a Qualified Marine Archaeologist (QMA)
to Bureau of Ocean Energy/Management (BOEM) Guidelines, including
the ability to meet SOI qualifications.
- Familiarity with management standards regarding identification
and treatment of historic properties in federal waters.
- Experience collecting and interpreting geophysical remote
sensing survey data, including side-scan sonar, magnetometer,
gradiometer, sub-bottom profiler systems, and/or multibeam.
- Registered Professional Archaeologist (RPA).
- Certified diver with demonstrated scientific diver
training.Beyond competitive compensation, the organization offers
very comprehensive benefits in addition to a host of other program
benefits. Importance is placed on supporting employees' total
well-being and development. That same approach carries over to
compensation. Anything of reason can be structured for the right
individual, including relocation assistance or practice merger.For
immediate consideration, apply here, through our corporate website
at: www.sequencestaffing.com or submit to:Sequence Staffing2008
Opportunity Drive, Suite 150Roseville, CA 95678Phone:
916-782-6900Email: email@example.com"Sequence: Where a
handshake still means everything."
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