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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

Archaeology Branch
Heritage Resource Specialist

Location Victoria, BC
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JOB OVERVIEW

Participates on a team of cultural resource professionals, fulfilling permitting and assessment duties under the Heritage Conservation Act (HCA) and provides expert senior professional advice and direction in cultural resource management to Government and external stakeholders.

ACCOUNTABILITIES

  • Conducts in-depth reviews of HCA applications for completeness, decides whether proposed work is consistent with current provincial statutory and policy requirements, meets professional research and resource management standards, determines appropriate type of permit required, and requires changes as needed.
  • Decides project specifications and required level of effort for assessment of impacts and protection and conservation of archaeological and other heritage resources in the province. Decisions may be unilateral or negotiated with individuals or multiple interest groups.
  • Develops and implements new operational policies, procedures, guidelines and technical standards that support cultural resource management objectives.
  • Consults with First Nations to determine the nature of aboriginal rights and potential infringements resulting from proposed archaeological studies or archaeological site alterations and negotiates accommodations for potential infringements.
  • Consults and negotiates directly with stakeholders with often conflicting interests on resource and development proposals/initiatives in order to protect and conserve heritage resources.
  • Provides senior professional advice and instruction on cultural resource management and BC prehistory to support land and resource decision making and planning by government and development proponents.
  • Determines whether individual archaeologist’s professional credentials and experience are sufficient for them to work in responsible roles, and evaluates their ongoing performance.
  • Audits work, including conducting field inspections, to determine compliance with permit requirements, and provincial legislated and policy standards.
  • Investigates, including field inspections, reported contraventions of the HCA and other sensitive issues, and provides expert advice, testimony and recommendations to police, Crown Counsel, the Courts, Compliance and Enforcement Branch, and the Ministry executive, etc. Determines the scope of mitigative or compensatory archaeological work.
  • Investigates accidentally found human remains and, provides guidance and support to parties such as policing authorities and the Coroners Service. Consults with First Nations and/or other parties to determine disposition of remains.
  • Develops and manages projects on unique cultural resource initiatives or priorities, including training and educational modules.
  • Provides feedback on provincial initiatives such as Strategic Engagement Agreements, Memoranda of Understanding and inter-agency agreements for consistency with branch procedures and objectives.
  • Provides agency representation at land use planning initiatives, professional organizations, workshops and conferences.
  • Conducts and manages research projects in an individual’s area of expertise.

JOB REQUIREMENTS

Education and Experience:

  • Bachelor’s degree in archaeology, or anthropology with a specialization in archaeology.
  • 5 years’ experience in archaeological resource management, including field experience working in the Northwest Coast, and/or the Interior Plateau, and/or Subarctic/Boreal Forest culture areas; OR
  • An equivalent combination of post-graduate training and experience.
  • 3 years’ experience working with First Nations and stakeholders in a natural resource management or cultural resource management context.

Preference:

  • Preference may be given to applicants with a related Master’s degree
  • Preference may be given to applicants who are eligible to hold permits in B.C. or equivalent

Knowledge, Skills & Abilities:

  • Requires a highly specialized knowledge of the discipline of archaeology, the field of archaeological resource management and British Columbia prehistory.
  • Requires a thorough understanding of the Heritage Conservation Act and a working knowledge of related municipal, provincial and federal laws, regulations and practices.
  • Familiarity with branch programs, policies and operational procedures.
  • Ability to represent resource interests, exercise discretion and tact in negotiations.
  • Excellent oral and written communication skills.
  • Ability to organize and lead speaking engagements and workshops

Provisos:

  • Willing and able to travel and conduct field inspections.
  • Possess and maintain a valid Class 5 BC Driver’s Licence.
  • Successful criminal records check.

APPLY HERE:  https://bcpublicservice.hua.hrsmart.com/hr/ats/Posting/view/64269

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Title

ARCHER CRM Partnership
Archaeologist

Location Burnaby and Fort St John, BC
Information

Our Burnaby and Fort St John offices have positions available starting immediately for seasonal Archaeologists to participate in archaeological fieldwork. Burnaby office position may be contract only.

Job description:

Primary Responsibility – to assist Archaeological Field Directors in conducting archaeological field work, including but not limited to:

  • Active participation in archaeological field assessments;
  • Adhering to ARCHER CRM Partnership’s OH&S and Quality Assurance programs;
  • Acquiring field experience and knowledge from senior staff with the intention of taking on further responsibilities within the organization;
  • Upon demonstrated ability, assist Field Director(s) with any/all fieldwork tasks and responsibilities;
  • May involve frequent travel to other ARCHER CRM Partnership offices and job sites.

Preference given to those with the following skills/experience:

  • Demonstrated ability to take effective field notes;
  • Demonstrated ability to navigate;
  • Field experience (field school, co-op term, field assistant);
  • Ability to work independently with minimal guidance and in a team environment;
  • Basic understanding of lithic technology, GPS terminology and mapping techniques;
  • Safe operation of 4X4 vehicles, ATV, snowmobiles, and other devices;
  • Experienced with computers as it relates to MS Office software (Word, Excel, Access);
  • Awareness of applicable government regulations and map production protocols;
  • Preference will be given to Fort St John applicants that meet the qualifications of the North Focus program.

Requirements:

  • Valid Class 5 Driver License;
  • Canadian Citizen;
  • Consistent availability to work away from home office at remote job sites and offices
  • Undergraduate degree in Archaeology/Anthropology/Earth Sciences;
  • Candidates not willing to relocate to a close proximity to one of our offices may still be considered if they are willing to cover all travel and accommodation costs directly related to their remote location.

Certifications:

  • First Aid Level 1 and Transportation Endorsement;
  • H2S, WHMIS, TDG;
  • ATV Rider Safety & Snow Pro;
  • Bear Aware.

Remuneration:

  • Wage commensurate with demonstrated experience.

No telephone inquiries. References must be submitted with CV.

Questions & expressions of interest are to be forwarded to jobs at (@) archercrm.ca , or by fax to 1.250.261.5474.

Job Type: Full-time

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Title

ARCHER CRM Partnership
Archaeologist – Field Director

Location Burnaby and Fort St John, BC
Information

Our Fort St John office and Burnaby offices have positions available for full time Archaeological Field Directors (as per Bulletin 17). Our team is progressive, innovative, and seeks to contribute to the understanding of BC’s long and rich history. We are looking for energetic and enthusiastic people like you to conduct and manage exciting field projects and participate in research opportunities.

Job description:

Primary Responsibility: to conduct and lead archaeological field work meeting ARCHER CRM Partnership and stakeholder standards, including but not limited to:

  • Archaeological field assessments in a supervisory capacity;
  • Adhere to ARCHER CRM Partnership OH&S and Quality Assurance programs;
  • Provide direction to archaeological assistants;
  • Co-ordinate effectively with Crew Chief(s);
  • Co-ordinate with Project Lead(s) to satisfy client needs;
  • On an as-needed basis, assist Project Director(s) with project co-ordination;
  • Will involve frequent travel to other ARCHER CRM Partnership offices & jobsites.

Requirements:

  • Valid Class 5 Driver License;
  • Safe operation of vehicles, ATV, snowmobiles, and other devices;
  • Consistent availability to work away from home office for up to 14 days at a time;
  • Be a Branch-approved field director for one or more regions in BC;
  • Must provide an up-to-date ‘experience summary spreadsheet’ as per Archaeology Branch Bulletin 17;
  • Undergraduate degree in Archaeology/Anthropology/Earth Sciences;
  • Demonstrated experience in identifying, recording, documenting and suggesting to a supervisor management recommendations for found archaeological remains, including features;
  • Eligible to work in Canada under a presently valid work visa.

Preference given to those with the following skills/experience:

  • That at least one reference provided be an individual who can comment directly on the applicant’s supervisory time;
  • Meet the qualifications for applying for Permit Holder status but have not applied for such yet;
  • Demonstrated ability to navigate;
  • Ability to work independently with minimal guidance and in a team environment, coordinating with Crew Chief(s) if present and taking direction from Project Leads, the Regional Manager, and/or Directors;
  • Be a Canadian citizen.

Certifications:

  • First Aid Level 1 & Transportation Endorsement;
  • H2S, WHMIS, TDG;
  • ATV Rider Safety and Snow Pro;
  • Bear Aware.

Remuneration:

  • Wage commensurate with demonstrated experience;
  • Benefits package available to qualifying employees.

No telephone inquiries. References must be submitted with CV.

Questions & expressions of interest are to be forwarded to jobs at (@) archercrm.ca , or by fax to 1.250.261.5474.

Job Type: Full-time

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Title

Kleanza Consulting Ltd.
Senior Archaeology Manager

Salary $86,000
Location Vancouver, BC
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You are an experienced archaeologist, permit holder, and project manager, who has been working in the discipline for more than eight years. You’ve worked on all types of resource projects in BC…but now you want to lead a team in heritage work beyond AIAs. You understand the connection between consulting archaeology and the real and measurable impacts our work has on title and rights, Indigenous sovereignty, and public awareness of social inequities. You’re a story teller and are ready to move beyond reports as the primary deliverable. You want to work directly with company owners to change how, why, and for whom archaeology is done. You crave work/life balance, and appreciate a company that doesn’t value you according to how many hours you spend sitting at your desk.

Position: Senior Archaeology Manager
Location: Vancouver
Duration: Full-time, permanent
Salary: $86,000/year starting salary plus signing bonus, extended health benefits
Apply: Electronically, to careers@kleanza.com
Closing: September 20, 2019

Kleanza Consulting Ltd. is growing in both size and scope, and we are looking for exceptional staff to work with us on diverse, challenging, and unique projects in the Vancouver area and throughout BC, the Yukon, and the Northwest Territories. We’d love to talk to you about becoming our Senior Archaeology Manager, a full-time position based out of our Vancouver office, located in a heritage building at Cambie and Hastings.

The ideal applicant must:

  • be a northwest coast permit holder, with a proven track record of undertaking ethical archaeology with and for First Nations
  • understand the unique complexities associated with undertaking projects in the Vancouver area, and be well-respected and known by our clients, local First Nations, and the Archaeology Branch
  • have a Bachelor or graduate degree in archaeology or anthropology, experience supervising field staff and office-based colleagues, excellent report- and proposal-writing skills, and enjoy being a mentor to more junior colleagues
  • thrive in a fast-paced, exciting company, where innovation, thinking outside the box, and enthusiasm are highly valued skills
  • be physically fit and hold a valid class 5 Driver’s License and Level I First Aid.

Responsibilities include: storytelling through archaeology, understanding of social media and online platforms, overseeing regional project portfolios and Project Managers, leading field work, report writing, interacting with clients, working with First Nations, project planning, developing project scopes and estimates, developing research design, managing project budgets, deliverables, and timelines, and supervising crews.

Kleanza is a small heritage company that prides itself on excellent working relationships with local First Nations and providing a supportive and safe environment for all employees. We provide extended health/dental benefits (and life and travel insurance for you and your family), flexible works schedules, opportunities to telecommute, and a relaxed work environment.

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Title

Skeetchestn Natural Resources Corp (SNRC)
Archaeologists

Location Skeetchestn (Savona, Kamloops, Cache Creek)
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Skeetchestn Natural Resources Corp is seeking archaeologists for field and office work is based out of our office on the Skeetchestn Indian Reserve near Savona, BC.

These are permanent full-time positions for archaeologists who have or are close to qualifying for field director status in the Plateau region.

We offer opportunities for mentorship and advancement to field director, permit holder and project manager. You will work with a skilled and experienced team of professionals and technicians.

SNRC is a full service community-based natural and cultural resources firm contributing to and directing all phases of land and resource planning and management in Skeetchestn traditional territory, protecting title and rights and respecting Secwepemc laws, culture, and traditions. We work in collaboration with the Skeetchestn Indian Band to steward the land, water and all its inhabitants with an ethic of sustainability, respect and reciprocity.

Developing economic, professional, social and cultural capacity of community members to care for Secwepemculewc is a core goal.

Experience working with Secwepemc communities and an understanding of Secwepemc culture is an asset.

Responsibilities: Primary responsibilities are field- and office-based work relating to all aspects of regulatory heritage management, with a focus on forestry. Duties include

  • survey, AIA, monitoring, mitigation
  • reporting, mapping and site forms
  • managing field and research projects
  • supervising field crews of trained First Nations field technicians
  • liaising with clients and with neighbouring First Nations organizations
  • training and mentoring field crew and office staff
  • contributing research and support to ongoing initiatives.
  • contributing to safe, supportive and educational work environment

Minimum mandatory skills and qualifications:

  • Bachelor’s degree in Archaeology or Anthropology, with an archaeology field school
  • 3+ years of field experience in archaeology in the BC interior
  • Demonstrated knowledge of BC Heritage Conservation Act and regulatory requirements (permits, forms, reporting), and BC Archaeology Branch policies and procedures
  • Demonstrated knowledge of site and artifact identification and classification
  • Demonstrated field abilities (effective note-taking, navigating, using field equipment)
  • Technical writing, communication and organizational skills
  • Proficiency with standard office computer applications and equipment
  • Ability to adapt, undertake multiple tasks, and respond quickly to changing priorities
  • Ability to conduct field work under a variety of physically challenging field conditions
  • Valid driver’s license
  • Strong commitment to safety
  • Strong commitment to reconciliation and awareness of the principles of the United Nations Declaration on the Rights of Indigenous Peoples (UNDRIP) and the Truth and Reconciliation Commission’s Calls to Action

Preferred skills and qualifications:

  • Membership in the BCAPA (any level)
  • Experience in and knowledge of the archaeology of Secwepemculewc/southern interior
  • An understanding of various management strategies for the responsible care of archaeological and other cultural heritage values and resources
  • Functional knowledge of GIS applications (ArcView, QGIS)
  • Valid First Aid (OFA 1 or above), Bear Aware, ATV training, S100 fire suppression, WHMIS or other workplace safety training

Compensation: Competitive wage and benefits packages (actual wage commensurate with experience and qualifications). We offer opportunities for advancement and support for achievement of additional qualifications (field directorship, permit-holding status, BCAPA membership) and other professional development and public archaeology outreach opportunities.

To apply: Send your package to joanne@skeetchestn.ca by October 31, 2019, with ‘Archaeologist job application’ in the subject line. Please include:

  • Names and contact information for 3 professional references (one may be an academic supervisor; references from a First Nations community or organization are preferred)
  • a brief cover letter including wage expectations

Please feel free to contact Joanne (250-373-2493 ext 216, joanne@skeetchestn) with any questions prior to applying.

In accordance with the Canadian Human Rights Commission’s Aboriginal Employment Preferences Policy (here), preference will be given to Indigenous applicants. Secwepemc candidates are strongly encouraged to apply.

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Title

Ridgeline Archaeology Ltd.
Archaeologist – Field Director

Salary $70,000 – 75,000
Location Prince George, BC
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Ridgeline is seeking a Field Director for a full-time salaried position based out of Prince George, BC. Our growing company has recently obtained several long-term contracts and requires a full time Field Director to join the team in our Prince George office.  Your work responsibilities will be split approximately 50/50 between the office and field work throughout the year.

Responsibilities

  • Planning and coordinating logistics and crews for field work
  • Supervising and assisting with artifact analysis, reporting, and permitting
  • Assisting with project management tasks, as required
  • Mentoring and training junior archaeologists and First Nations representatives
  • Model and monitor our Policies, Procedures, and Safety requirements
  • Prepare and maintain field equipment and vehicles
  • Manage field surveys in remote wilderness area and in inclement weather
  • Maintain crew safety and morale while providing healthy team leadership
  • Process field data and provide constructive feedback for crews

Minimum Requirements and Qualifications:

  • Undergraduate degree in Archaeology or Anthropology with a minimum of three (3) years’ archaeological field experience
  • Eligible for, or currently holds, Field Director status in the Interior Plateau culture area under Bulletin 17 of the BC Archaeology Branch
  • Previous experience in supervising archaeological assessments in forestry, performing excavations and monitoring site mitigations
  • Proven ability to mentor and train staff
  • Confident and capable of providing safe leadership outdoors and in remote and physically challenging wilderness locations
  • Available to work out of hotels or camps and commute on busy forestry roads and sometimes from boat or helicopter
  • At ease working around both wildlife and domestic animals

Preferred Skills and Attributes:

  • First Aid, Bear Aware, WHMIS, ATV, S100, and Wilderness training
  • Strong aptitude for technical writing and reporting
  • Ability to work effectively and efficiently within a diverse team
  • Discretion and respect for confidentiality
  • Valid driver’s license and suitable drivers abstract

Remuneration:

  • Starting annual salary between $70,000 – 75,000
  • RRSP contributions after 1 year
  • Medical and Dental benefits package after 3 months
  • Training allowance for professional development
  • 3 weeks paid holiday the first year and 4 after 12 months

Ridgeline is an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment.

Please forward your resume and cover letter to info@rarchaeology.com

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Title

Ridgeline Archaeology Ltd.
Archaeologist – Junior or Senior Field Crew

Location Prince George, BC
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Ridgeline Archaeology is currently seeking motivated archaeologists of all levels to join our growing team. This is for a full-time seasonal (with options for longer term) position based out of Prince George which offers extensive training, incentives, and professional growth in and around the communities of the Interior Plateau culture area. Successful candidates will be expected to demonstrate enthusiasm for taking on further responsibilities within the company and in remote field locations.

Responsibilities:

  • Plan and coordinate logistics for field work
  • Prepare and maintain field equipment and vehicles
  • Navigate field surveys in remote and inclement locations
  • Maintain crew safety and morale while contributing to a healthy team dynamic
  • Conduct site evaluations, mitigations, and excavations according to Arch Branch standards
  • Record and log GPS (iPad) data, take photographs and write effective field notes
  • Process field data and provide constructive feedback for crews
  • Artifact analysis and preparation of technical and site reports

Requirements:

  • One or more years of demonstrable experience in remote field locations
  • Bachelor’s or higher degree in Archaeology or Anthropology
  • Valid First Aid level 1 at minimum
  • Valid Class 5 Drivers License
  • (Desirable) Bear Aware, ATV/UTV training, S100, Outdoors survival and leadership skills
  • Confident and capable of providing safe leadership outdoors and in remote locations
  • Available to work out of hotels/camps and commute on busy FSRs or from boat or helicopter
  • At ease working around wildlife and domestic animals

Remuneration:

  • A competitive wage commensurate with education, skills and experience
  • Qualified individuals will be eligible for our health and benefits package
  • Please provide Resume with references and any inquiries to: info@rarchaeology.comRidgeline is an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment.

Company:

Ridgeline Archaeology and Cultural Heritage Management.

https://www.ridgelinearchaeology.com

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Title

Golder Associates Ltd.
Professional Archaeologist

Location Office Location Flexible, BC
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Golder has a new opportunity for a Professional Archaeologist to join our Heritage team (office location is flexible). The successful candidate will assist in the growth of the archaeology business and will gain valuable and diverse work experience throughout BC as part of our regional team. You will also have the ability to work on multidisciplinary projects that provide opportunities for learning and personal growth.

An overview of your role will include: 

  • Preparing or contributing to proposals
  • Securing heritage inspection, investigation, and alteration permits
  • Designing and leading archaeological field programs
  • Liaising with Indigenous communities
  • Managing project scope, schedule and cost, including invoicing, and client service
  • Participating in business development activities, including meetings with prospective clients
  • Participating in Indigenous community relationship-building activities
  • Undertaking analysis and preparing technical reports
  • Supervising more junior staff and other field workers where appropriate
  • Participating in Golder’s Health & Safety program
  • Demonstrating a “Safety First” focus and acting as a role model to other staff
  • Complying with Golder’s Fit for Duty Policy

You will have a background in:

  • A graduate degree in Archaeology or Anthropology or an undergraduate degree with equivalent experience, with a specialization in faunal analysis or human osteology
  • Registered Professional Consulting Archaeologist in good standing
  • Field Director and Permit Holder status in BC
  • Strong relationships with Indigenous communities is desirable
  • Experience identifying, recording and evaluating the full range of archaeological site types
  • Experience working with Indigenous communities. Preference will be given to candidates with demonstrated positive relationships with Indigenous groups
  • An ability and willingness to perform field work in a variety of weather conditions
  • Proficiency with standard data collection equipment including GPS and hand-held tablets
  • Proven oral and written communication, presentation, and interpersonal skills
  • An ability to contribute to a positive teamwork environment as well as to work independently
  • Solid MS Office skills
  • Valid driver’s licence (Class 5)
  • ATV/UTV and First Aid Certification would be considered an asset

Your benefits at Golder will include:

  • Competitive benefits and remuneration packages
  • Option to purchase shares in Golder
  • Employee owned structure – own the business, own the result
  • Deepen your expertise in a dynamic work environment
  • Innovative and collaborative multidisciplinary projects
  • On the job training, mentoring and coaching
  • Global projects and travel opportunities

One of Canada’s Best Managed Companies, Platinum member status 11 consecutive years

Renowned for technical excellence, Golder is a leading, global employee-owned engineering and consulting firm with over a half century of successful service to its clients. With over 165 offices in over 30 countries, Golder’s 6,500 professionals are driven by a passion to deliver results, offering unique specialized skills to address the ever-evolving challenges that earth, environment and energy present to clients across the infrastructure, mining, oil and gas, manufacturing and power sectors.

Golder is committed to providing equitable treatment and equal opportunity to all individuals. As such, Golder will provide accommodations throughout the recruitment and selection process to applicants with disabilities, upon request.

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Title

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

Location Enderby, BC
Information

Yucwmenlúcwu (Caretakers of the Land) LLP is seeking an Archaeologist – Field Supervisor for a Seasonal Contract (August 1 – December 31, 2019) position based in Enderby, BC. This position may be extended to full time.

The successful candidate will be responsible for the following:

  • Supervising and assisting with archaeological field assessments and research
  • Supervising and assisting with artifact cataloguing, reporting, and permitting
  • Assisting with project management tasks, as required
  • Liaising with First Nations, proponents, landowners, and regulatory agencies
  • Assisting the environment, forestry, and culture heritage teams as necessary
  • Mentoring and training junior archaeologists and Splatsin community members
  • Actively participating in the Yucwmenlúcwu Safety Management System

Minimum Requirements and Qualifications:

  • Undergraduate degree in Archaeology or Anthropology with a minimum of 2 years’ experience
  • Demonstrated understanding of the Heritage Conservation Act and regulatory process
  • Previous experience supervising archaeological assessments, excavations and construction monitoring
  • Proven ability to mentor and train staff

Preferred Skills and Attributes:

  • Eligible or approaching eligibility for Field Director status in the Interior Plateau culture area under Bulletin 17 requirements of the BC Archaeology Branch
  • 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
  • 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
  • Demonstrated proficiency completing assigned tasks on time and on budget
  • Discretion and respect for confidentiality
  • Positive, diplomatic, and understanding personality
  • Valid driver’s license and clean drivers abstract

If you are a reliable, team player that enjoys a dynamic work environment, competitive salary and an opportunity to share your skills and talents, we would like to hear from you. Please forward your resume and covering letter to info@splatsindc.com, fax 250.838.2131 or send to

Human Resources
Splatsin
P.O. Box 460
Enderby B.C.
V0E 1V0

DEADLINE FOR SUBMISSIONS:  Open until filled

Pursuant to section 16 of the Canadian Human Rights Act preference may be given to applicants of aboriginal ancestry.

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