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There are a number of career options for archaeologists in British Columbia. Archaeologists are employed by museums, government (including federal, provincial, and First Nation), as well as the private sector. Most archaeologists are employed by the private sector to evaluate developments to ensure compliance with the Heritage Conservation Act.

Nature of the Work

Archaeological work includes fieldwork (both survey and excavation), artifact processing and analysis, and report preparation. The majority of entry-level jobs involve survey often in remote areas (primarily for forestry and oil/gas clients). Field conditions can be difficult and the work is often physically demanding. Pay scales vary widely from company to company.

Required Qualifications

Qualifications vary from company to company and from job to job. Many companies require a bachelor’s degree in archaeology or anthropology and previous fieldwork experience (such as a field school). Outdoor experience, survey/orienteering skills, computer skills (Microsoft Office, ArcView, AutoCAD), writing skills, and strong interpersonal skills are also important.

Employment Opportunities

Current job postings are listed below. If you are looking for employment you could also contact BCAPA member companies. You may also want to check provincial and federal postings. If you have questions about a career in archaeology you can contact the BCAPA through the administrator at admin@bcapa.ca .

Current Job Postings

A nominal fee will be charged for posting jobs to the BCAPA site as of January 1, 2016. Please contact the administrator for more information admin@bcapa.ca.
Title

Kleanza Consulting Ltd.
Field Supervisor

Location Vancouver, BC
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Kleanza Consulting Ltd., with offices in Terrace, Prince Rupert, central Vancouver Island, and Vancouver seeks an experienced Field Director for the Northwest Coast Culture area for a temporary full-time position for the 2018–2019 season, starting immediately. There is potential for this position to become permanent.

The position will primarily be based in Vancouver, but may include travel throughout BC. The applicant will likely have opportunities to develop their experience in other culture areas within the province, such as the northeastern BC and central and northern interior.

Applicants must be an Archaeological Field Supervisor with at least three years experience within British Columbia. Applicants must have a Bachelor or graduate degree in archaeology or anthropology, familiarity with BC archaeology and the HCA, excellent written and verbal communication skills, ability to work in a deadline-oriented environment with minimal supervision, and ability to supervise small- and medium-sized crews.

Responsibilities include: field work, report writing, interacting with clients, working with First Nations, and supervising small- and medium-sized crews. Applicants should enjoy adventure, critical thinking and problem solving, working in challenging physical conditions, and working to actively improve the current standards of consulting archaeology in BC.

Applicants must be physically fit and hold a valid class 5 Driver’s License and Level I First Aid. Additional training such as ATV, snowmobile, and Wilderness First Aid certification would be an asset.

Kleanza Consulting Ltd. is a small company that prides itself on excellent working relationships with local First Nations and providing a supportive and safe environment for all employees. We provide health/dental benefits, conference and gear funding, as well as other fun perks after 3 months employment.

Submit your CV electronically to: Jenny Botica jenny@kleanza.com

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Yucwmenlúcwu (Caretakers of the Land) LLP
Archaeologist – Project Manager

Start Date 2019-01-02
Location Enderby, BC
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Job Description:

Yucwmenlúcwu (Caretakers of the Land) LLP is seeking an Archaeologist – Project Manager for a full-time position in Enderby, BC. We are a growing cultural and natural resource management company under the Splatsin Development Corporation. Our approach is focused on the protection and conservation of archaeological resources and their connection to Secwepemc people, culture, and traditions. Yucwmenlúcwu provides technical support to the Splatsin community and archaeological services to our many clients and partners.

We are seeking a highly skilled individual who wishes to join our diverse team of professionals. This position will involve both field and office based responsibilities, including project management, archaeological assessments, historical research, client liaison and supervision. We offer a competitive salary and benefits package, flexible work schedule, and positive work-life balance.

Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Develop, plan and implement archaeological assessments and projects
  • Manage archaeological projects and cultural resource protection initiatives
  • Complete archaeological field assessments, research, permitting, and reporting
  • Review archaeological referrals and provide technical recommendations
  • Assist with the First Nations consultation process relating to archaeological resources
  • Liaise with First Nations, proponents, landowners, and regulatory agencies
  • Develop and foster working relationships and promote business development
  • Prepare and review work plans, proposals, budgets, and guidance documents
  • Mentor, train, and supervise junior archaeologists and Splatsin community technicians

Minimum Qualifications and Requirements:

  • Undergraduate degree in Archaeology with a minimum of six years’ experience
  • Minimum of 2 years’ direct project management and supervisory experience
  • Demonstrated understanding of the Heritage Conservation Act and regulatory processes
  • Eligible to hold Heritage Conservation Act Section 12 and Section 14 permits in the Interior Plateau culture area
  • Demonstrated proficiency managing and delivering projects on time and budget
  • Proven ability to mentor, train, and supervise junior staff
  • Ability to work in a fast paced, deadline oriented environment
  • Strong aptitude for technical writing and reporting
  • Excellent interpersonal and communication skills
  • Ability to work effectively and efficiently with a diverse team
  • Discretion and respect for confidentiality
  • Positive, diplomatic, and understanding personality
  • Valid drivers license and clean driving record

Preferred Skills and Attributes:

  • Previous experience working with a First Nation Organization
  • General understanding of the First Nations consultation process
  • Professional specializations in any of the following: faunal analysis, human osteology, lithic analysis, statistical analysis, geoarchaeology, paleobotany, or remote sensing techniques

If you are interested in this position, please submit your resume and cover letter to Crystal Johnson at yucadmin@splatsindc.com with the following subject line – Yucwmenlúcwu Archaeologist – Project Manager Position. Short listed candidates will be contacted via phone to answer a few screening questions, then scheduled for an in-person interview in Enderby, BC. We will be requesting 3 professional or academic references and a professional writing sample as part of the interview process.

Deadline for Applications: November 30, 2018

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Title

Yucwmenlúcwu (Caretakers of the Land) LLP
Archaeologist – Field Director

Start Date 2019-01-02
Location Enderby, BC
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Job Description:

Yucwmenlúcwu (Caretakers of the Land) LLP is seeking an Archaeologist – Field Director for a full-time position based in Enderby, BC. We are a growing cultural and natural resource management company under the Splatsin Development Corporation. Our approach is focused on the protection and conservation of archaeological resources and their connection to Secwepemc people, culture, and traditions. Yucwmenlúcwu provides technical support to the Splatsin community and archaeological services to our many clients and partners.

We are seeking a highly skilled individual who wishes to develop their career with our diverse team of professionals. This position will involve both field, office, and lab-based responsibilities including archaeological assessments, research, artifact cataloguing, reporting, and equipment maintenance. We offer a competitive salary and benefits package, flexible work schedule, and positive work-life balance.

Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Supervise and assist with archaeological field assessments and research
  • Assist with artifact cataloguing, reporting, and permitting
  • Liaise with First Nations, proponents, landowners, and regulatory agencies
  • Assist the environment, forestry, and culture heritage teams as necessary
  • Mentor and train junior technicians and Splatsin community members
  • Active participation in the Yucwmenlúcwu Safety Management System

Minimum Requirements and Qualifications:

  • Undergraduate degree in Archaeology or Anthropology with a minimum of 3 years’ experience
  • Demonstrated understanding of the Heritage Conservation Act and regulatory process
  • Previous experience supervising archaeological assessments, excavations and construction monitoring
  • Demonstrated proficiency completing assigned tasks on time and on budget
  • Proven ability to mentor and train staff
  • Ability to work in a fast paced, deadline oriented environment
  • Strong aptitude for technical writing and reporting
  • Excellent interpersonal and communication skills
  • Ability to work effectively and efficiently with a diverse team
  • Discretion and respect for confidentiality
  • Positive, diplomatic, and understanding personality
  • Valid driver’s license and clean drivers abstract

Preferred Skills and Attributes:

  • Eligible for Field Director status in the Interior Plateau culture area under Bulletin 17 requirements of the BC Archaeology Branch
  • Eligible to hold BC Heritage Conservation Act Section 12 or 14 permits in the Interior Plateau culture area
  • Professional specializations in any of the following: faunal analysis, human osteology, lithic analysis, statistical analysis, geoarchaeology, paleobotany, or remote sensing techniques
  • Previous experience working with a First Nation organization
  • General understanding of the First Nations consultation process
  • Basic knowledge of surficial geology and landforms

If you are interested in this position, please submit your resume and cover letter to River Johnson at yucadmin@splatsindc.com with Yucwmenlúcwu Archaeologist – Field Director Position in the subject line. Short listed candidates will be contacted via phone to answer a few screening questions, then scheduled for an in-person interview in Enderby, BC. We will be requesting 3 professional or academic references and a professional writing sample as part of the interview process.

Deadline for Applications: November 30, 2018

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Title

Wood
Office Lead

Location Fort St. John
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Come join our team in Fort St. John!

Make an impression in a growing international company with 60,000 talented people in over 60 countries.

This is a highly visible position and a great opportunity to shape our technical services in the Fort St. John, BC region. You will lead our team in executing interesting and challenging local projects for public and private clients.

As a member in our network of regional offices, you will have accelerated responsibility and opportunities for growth, gain exceptional experience over what might be gained in other urban locations, and enjoy an attractive work-life balance.

With many outdoor activities, Fort St. John offers a relaxed lifestyle, plenty of sunshine, and a unique mix of wide expanses of flat, gently rolling plains and forested river valleys. It has a strong sense of community, as well as a diverse economic base to support growth while remaining affordable for individuals and families.

The Role

Wood is currently seeing an Office Lead for our Fort St. John office. The ideal candidate will be capable of overseeing a small permanent local staff as well as large seasonal project teams including multi-disciplinary groups of technologists delivering archaeological, environmental and geotechnical services to local industry. Preference is for experienced candidates with an archaeological or environmental background, and flexibility to support field programs when necessary.

Scope

Reporting to the Regional Leadership in Burnaby, the Office Lead will be responsible for the operational management and long-term development of the team, clients and related business development, management of oil and gas projects, oversight on technical quality, and delivery on projects. These responsibilities will be delivered within a framework that manages risks and prioritizes safety.

We are seeking an individual with a strong operational background and excellent communication and interpersonal skills. The successful candidate will have the ability to thrive in a dynamic, challenging environment, and provide sound leadership. They will be a key player in the organization, and have input in the overall direction of the Fort St. John office.

Key Responsibilities

  • Provide leadership and oversee the office, and ensure consistently high quality deliverables which satisfy client expectations
  • Build, mentor and maintain a high level of team performance
  • Lead business development with new and existing clients, establish and maintain client relationships
  • Develop and implement new business and marketing goals
  • Prioritize project workloads and the management of internal resources
  • Effectively communicate, reinforce and model company policies and procedures
  • Effectively communicate with staff, clients and management
  • Lead and provide oversight to project teams, in order to deliver high quality projects on time and within budget
  • Participate in marketing efforts; prepare and present technical proposals
  • Participate in the scientific analysis/preparation or review of technical reports
  • Provide Safety Leadership

Skills / Qualifications

  • Bachelor degree in archaeology, environmental or related fields; advanced degree is highly desirable
  • Currently registered or immediately eligible for registration with BCAPA, EGBC, College or Applied Biology or BCIA
  • A minimum of 8 years’ relevant experience in the consulting sector
  • Demonstrated ability to oversee operational issues and develop a team internally
  • Demonstrated ability to establish and maintain client relationships
  • Effective communication and interpersonal skills, management and leadership qualities
  • Project management experience in a consulting environment, including ability with: project budgeting, cost forecasting
  • Strong oral and written communication skills in English
  • Demonstrated business management capabilities

Why Fort St. John?

Located east of the Rocky Mountains, Fort St. John is the business, education, arts and cultural centre for a rural and farming population of about 8,000 and home to 20,000. The local hospitality is complemented by the natural beauty of Fort St. John with its wide expanse of flat, gently rolling plains and the lush green slopes of the Peace River Valley providing a varied terrain ideal for numerous seasonal outdoor activities. Summers offer bird watching, wildlife viewing, fishing, golfing, hiking, and camping, while in winter, the prairie landscape is great for cross-country skiing and snowmobiling. As the urban centre, much of the region’s recreational and cultural facilities are located in town and include the museum, leisure pool, arena, a separate arena for children, an 8-sheet curling rink, an outdoor water park, speed skating oval, and indoor walking track. In the center of town is the North Peace Cultural Centre which houses the public library, a theatre, and the art gallery.

Company Overview

Wood is a global leader in the delivery of project, engineering and technical services to energy and industrial markets. We operate in more than 60 countries, employing around 55,000 people, with revenues of around $10 billion.  We provide performance driven solutions throughout the asset life cycle, from concept to decommissioning across a broad range of industrial markets including the upstream, midstream and downstream oil & gas, power & process, environment and infrastructure, clean energy, mining, nuclear and general industrial sectors. We strive to be the best technical services company to work with, work for and invest in.

www.woodplc.com

Diversity Statement

We are an equal opportunity employer that recognises the value of a diverse workforce. All suitably qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment on the basis of objective criteria and without regard to the following (which is a non-exhaustive list): race, colour, age, religion, gender, national origin, disability, sexual orientation, gender identity, protected veteran status, or other characteristics in accordance with the relevant governing laws.

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Title

Kleanza Consulting Ltd.
Field Director

Location Vancouver, BC
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Kleanza Consulting Ltd., with offices in Terrace, Prince Rupert, central Vancouver Island, and Vancouver seeks an experienced Field Director for the Northwest Coast Culture area for a temporary full-time position for the 2018–2019 season, starting immediately. There is potential for this position to become permanent.

The position will primarily be based in Vancouver, but may include travel throughout BC. Coastal Field Directors will likely have opportunities to develop their experience in other culture areas within the province, such as the northeastern BC and central and northern interior.

Applicants must be approved Field Directors with the British Columbia Archaeology Branch. Applicants must have a Bachelor or graduate degree in archaeology or anthropology, familiarity with BC archaeology and the HCA, excellent written and verbal communication skills, ability to work in a deadline-oriented environment with minimal supervision, and ability to supervise small- and medium-sized crews. Applicants with the ability to Field Direct and hold permits on the north coast AS WELL AS the central interior will be given preference.

Responsibilities include: field work, report writing, interacting with clients, working with First Nations, and supervising small- and medium-sized crews. Applicants should enjoy adventure, critical thinking and problem solving, working in challenging physical conditions, and working to actively improve the current standards of consulting archaeology in BC.

Applicants must be physically fit and hold a valid class 5 Driver’s License and Level I First Aid. Additional training such as ATV, snowmobile, and Wilderness First Aid certification would be an asset.

Kleanza Consulting Ltd. is a small company that prides itself on excellent working relationships with local First Nations and providing a supportive and safe environment for all employees. We provide health/dental benefits, conference and gear funding, as well as other fun perks after 3 months employment.

Submit your CV electronically to: Jenny Botica jenny@kleanza.com

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Title

Musqueam Indian Band
Archaeological Field Director

Location Musqueam Territory
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The Musqueam people have lived in our present location for thousands of years. Our traditional territory once occupied much of what is now Vancouver and surrounding areas. The name Musqueam relates back to the River Grass, the name of the grass is məθkʷəy̓. There is a story that has been passed on from generation to generation that explains how we became known as the xʷməθkʷəy̓əm (Musqueam) – People of the River Grass. Although a metropolitan city has developed in the heart of Musqueam territory, our community maintains strong cultural and traditional beliefs. Today our population flourishes and we are a strong community of over thousand members. To learn more about Musqueam, please visit www.musqueam.bc.ca.

Musqueam Indian Band is looking for an Archaeological Field Director. Reporting to the Associate Director of Title and Rights Department, with day-to day oversight from the Senior Archaeologist. The Field Director is primarily responsible for overseeing field assessments; including preparing proposals, drafting and submitting Heritage Conservation Act (HCA) and First Nations permit applications, in-field data collection and reporting, and belonging (artifact) analysis, as well as assisting the Senior Archaeologist with other heritage-related tasks.

This position is best suited for someone with a strong Cultural Resource Management (CRM) background and a history of working in Musqueam territory and with other Lower Mainland First Nations. The successful applicant may be privy to confidential and sensitive information and will not divulge said confidential information to other parties or use said information to their profit.

Key Responsibilities

  • Preparing and/or contributing to proposals and scopes of work
  • Drafting and submitting HCA and First Nations permits on behalf of Senior Archaeologist
  • Co-designing (with the Senior Archaeologist) archaeological field programs
  • Liaising with other First Nations
  • Supervising field assessments (AIAs, PFRs, and other research investigations)
  • Completing desktop assessments (AOAs)
  • Belonging (artifact) analysis and cataloguing
  • Education & Public programs; educational tours and school presentations with Archaeology Teaching kit.
  • Working closely with the community members regarding Musqueam archaeology
  • Attending meetings with clients, First Nations, and other parties
  • Work requires group facilitation, interpersonal communications and work collaboratively with the MIB’s Treaty team.
  • Other duties as required

Qualifications and Skills

The work requires the following knowledge, skill and/or abilities:

  • Familiarity with Musqueam culture and heritage management
  • 2+ years’ experience working as an archaeologist in the Lower Mainland
  • Valid Class 5 Driver’s License
  • Laboratory experience
  • GIS and photography experience an asset
  • Valid First Aid an asset

Working Conditions

  • Work is performed primarily in the field with some office and lab work.
  • Successful criminal background check

Please email cover letter and resume to: jobs@musqueam.bc.ca and reference “Archaeological Field Director” in the subject line.

Applicants of Musqueam and/or Aboriginal ancestry are encouraged to apply.

Position will remain open until filled.

* We thank all those who apply, however, only those short-listed will be contacted.

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Title

Landsong Heritage Consulting Ltd.
Archaeologist – All Levels

Location Moberly Lake, BC
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Established in 1998 Landsong Heritage Consulting Ltd. is a cultural and heritage resource consulting company based out of Moberly Lake, BC (located ~26 km north of Chetwynd and ~120 km southwest of Fort St. John). Working throughout British Columbia and Alberta, we conduct archaeology, traditional land use (TLU) and traditional ecological knowledge (TEK) assessments, in addition to providing heritage resource reporting and regulatory guidance. Fieldwork is conducted through all seasons.

Landsong is currently hiring for full-time positions to join our team.

Job Description

This job entails conducting archaeology and TLU/TEK field assessments under the direction of Field Directors and Field Supervisors. Responsibilities of this position include but are not limited to:

  • Participation in archaeology and TLU/TEK field assessments for oil and gas, forestry, wind energy, mining and other industries
  • Compliance and oversight of the Landsong EHS Program
  • Participation in Landsong Training Program
  • Adherence to the Landsong Quality Management Program (QMP)
  • Gaining field experience and knowledge from senior personnel with the goal of being able to supervise field assessments and to take on additional tasks and roles within the company
  • If ability is demonstrated, opportunities may be provided in technical report writing and other related tasks
  • May involve frequent remote work, including staying in industrial camps and/or hotels for long periods of time
  • Involves irregular hours, including weekends and more than 8 hours per day
  • Operation of 4×4 trucks, ATVs, UTVs, snowmobiles
  • Operation of field equipment such as GPS, H2S monitors

Minimum Requirements

  • Sc. in Archaeology or B.A. in Anthropology with an archaeology major
  • Completion of an archaeology field school program at an accredited university, college or equivalent field experience
  • Valid Class 5 Driver License (or other province equivalent)
  • Canadian resident (Citizen or Landed Immigrant Status)
  • Ability to work remotely for long periods of time
  • Candidates are required to relocate to Moberly Lake/Chetwynd area
  • High level of physical fitness

Desired Skills/Experience

  • Ability to work independently with minimal oversight and in a team environment
  • Ability to take direction & feedback from senior personnel
  • Ability to work within a strong & positive safety culture
  • Ability to work with Aboriginal community members
  • Experience with orienteering/navigation
  • Excellent organizational and verbal/written communication skills
  • Demonstrated ability to take adequate field notes (incl. photography)
  • Basic understanding of lithic technology; artifact identification
  • Basic understanding of GPS
  • Demonstrated ability to create field maps
  • Previous experience with consulting archaeology and working with Aboriginal communities in British Columbia
  • Previous experience with 4×4 trucks & all-terrain vehicles

Wages:

  • Wages will reflect the applicant’s experience and education, and are industry competitive
  • Comprehensive benefits and investments package
  • Bi-yearly equipment allowance
  • Landsong does not pay relocation expenses

If you are interested in applying for this position, please submit your CV with references and a cover letter via email to joanna@landsong.com, with Archaeologist Job Application in the subject line. Applications will be considered until the positions are filled. No telephone inquiries or faxes please.

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Title

Circle CRM Group
Assistant Archaeologist

Location Williams Lake, BC
Information

Circle CRM Group is seeking qualified applications for the position of Assistant Archaeologist to join our BC team. This is a full-time, seasonal position based mainly out of our Williams Lake office. The successful candidate can begin as soon as possible and will be employed to the end of the field season (early November 2018).

Start date: ASAP

Salary: Commensurate with experience

Circle CRM Group is a historic resource consulting company with offices in Calgary and Edmonton, Alberta, and a seasonal office in Williams Lake, BC; we provide services throughout western Canada, with qualified and experienced permit holders for BC, Alberta, Saskatchewan, Manitoba, the Yukon and the Northwest Territories.  Our mission is to help people understand, appreciate and plan ahead for heritage resources, promoting cultural preservation, as well as future development. Our goal is to establish strong, lasting relationships by exceeding client expectations, providing clients with historic resource consulting services that centre on our core concepts: respect, safety, efficiency, open communication and teamwork.

Duties:

The Assistant Archaeologist will be responsible for participation in Archaeological Impact Assessments (AIAs). Key responsibilities will include the following:

  • Travel to and from various locations, conducting fieldwork in three-week shifts with one week off between shifts, and one day off per week during shifts
  • Hiking / pedestrian traverse through a variety of geographic and weather conditions
  • Extensive subsurface testing and identification and collection of artifacts
  • Leading by example, with regard to teamwork, safety, communication, and archaeology

Other duties may include participation in mitigative excavations, Alberta Historical Resources Impact Assessments (HRIAs), cataloguing and artifact analysis, research, and other miscellaneous duties as required.

Requirements:

  • Bachelor’s degree in Archaeology
  • 1+ years of prior related field experience in archaeology
  • Ability to travel to locations for extended periods, walk and conduct fieldwork for long hours, sometimes in inclement weather conditions and diverse/rugged terrain
  • Ability to perform extensive manual labour, including hiking for extended distances (average 8 to 10 km per day), and carrying objects weighing up to 50 lbs
  • Have a valid Class 5 Driver’s license, good driving record, and able to drive trucks, as well as trailer Argos/ATVs

Desired Knowledge, Competencies, & Behaviours

  • Approved Field Director status with the BC Archaeology Branch for the Interior Plateau of BC
  • Prior related experience writing and submitting interim reports to the BC Archaeology Branch
  • Experience with Microsoft Word and Excel
  • Effective interpersonal skills in dealing with staff and public under all types of conditions
  • Ability to maintain a positive and supportive approach
  • Effective time management skills and ability to work steadily under pressure
  • Ability to work cooperatively, support and coach co-workers in a positive team environment and share work expertise and knowledge
  • Self-motivated with strong initiative
  • Excellent work ethic and positive, team-player attitude
  • Good planning, organizational, and communication skills (written and oral)
  • Continuing up-to-date knowledge in applicable areas of work

To apply, please send a cover letter and resume to info@circleconsulting.ca.

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Title

Roy Northern Land and Environmental
Logistics Coordinator/ Report Writer/ Archaeologist

Location Fort St. John, BC
Information

ROY NORTHERN LAND AND ENVIRONMENTAL is an expanding progressive surface land and environmental consulting firm with a special interest in oil and gas, forestry, mining, energy, and agricultural industries, as well as municipal authorities throughout Alberta, British Columbia and Canada’s north. We employ a team of over 70 staff members located in our Fairview, Calgary, Fort St. John, Prince George, and Terrace offices, and we offer interdisciplinary expertise to develop environmental solutions for our clients throughout western Canada. For over 30 years, we have directly assisted clients in regulatory application, and have provided consulting expertise on environmental legislation, regulations and guideline compliance related to project planning, development and reclamation.

GENERAL QUALIFICATIONS

  • Bachelor or Graduate Degree in Archaeology or Anthropology
  • 1+ years of field experience in Archaeology
  • Proficient computer skills with Microsoft Office
  • First Aid and H2S Safety tickets
  • Valid Class 5 Driver’s License
  • Canadian Citizen or Permanent Residency

REQUIRED COMPETENCIES

  • Strong ability to multi task
  • Strong ability to coordinate multiple crews and projects
  • Ability to retain large amounts of information and willingness to learn
  • Ability to work independently
  • Strong commitment to client satisfaction
  • Strong commitment to health and safety leadership and culture
  • Strong working knowledge of the oil and gas industry as it pertains to Archaeology
  • Superior attention to detail and ability to produce deliverables on time and on budget
  • Exceptional verbal and written communication skills in addition to technical report writing skills
  • General knowledge of the northeast BC region, terrain, access, weather conitions, and health and safety risks
  • Willingness to assistant with other aspects/disciplines of Roy Northern services
  • Ability to help with field assessments when needed
  • Adherence to Roy Northern’s OH&S and Quality Management System (QMS)

RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Coordinate multiple projects/ field crews to ensure that all projects get completed in a timely manner
  • Coordinate with Field Directors and Management regarding workload priorities and timelines for project completion
  • Help to organize accommodations for out-of-town crews, hotel arrangements, and/or camp stays
  • First point of contact for field crews while working on projects
  • Initial set up of projects and an ongoing knowledge of work to be completed and the status of on going projects
  • Assess the need for archaeological work based on desktop reviews in addition to estimating the amount of time needed to complete a given project
  • Maintain communication with field crews and Management regarding project status, field notes, health and safety risks, site conditions, client correspondences, technical recommendations, etc.
  • Organize all field related documentation in digital and paper folders
  • Write AIF (archaeological inventory form) and /or AIA (archaeological impact assessment) reports based on the completed desktop or field assessment
  • Communicate with the OGC and Arc Branch with regards to information acquisition for ongoing work as well as project completion
  • Prepare various other documents including but not limited to Section 12, Site forms, etc.
  • Assist with archaeological field assessments when needed
  • Maintain an understanding of archaeology as it pertains to NEBC and the oil and gas industry

COMPENSATION

  • Compensation packages will be determined based on candidate’s experience, education, and overall suitability for position.
  • Employee benefits include:
    • Group Life and Health Benefits
    • Wellness Program
    • RRSP and Employer Contributions
    • Professional Development Allowance

Please email applications to Scott Rogerson at scott@roynorthernbc.com and to humanresources@roynorthern.com. This posting will remain open until a suitable candidate has been selected. We thank all applicants for applying and advise that only those candidates selected for interviews will be contacted.

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