The Great Basin Institute, in cooperation with the USFS, is recruiting two Archaeology Crew Leads to complete Section 106 cultural resource surveys, site recording, and monitoring for various projects within the Eldorado National Forest, Mendocino National Forest, Sierra National Forest, and Stanislaus National Forest. These projects all serve the Cultural Resources program’s greater mission of helping the USFS in their critical goal of improving forest resilience in the face of worsening climate conditions and increased wildfire threats. The work that you will do directly protects sensitive cultural sites, helping ensure the stories they tell are preserved for generations to come.
The Archaeology Crew Lead position provides professional development and leadership opportunities in cultural resource management including increased exposure and responsibility enacting USFS processes, procedures, and compliance measures; assisting in reporting and data entry/quality assurance and control; and increased technical experience. Expanded opportunities and exposure to additional disciplines (e.g., forestry, wildlife, hydrology, etc.) and projects may exist. This position will serve USFS vegetation management and fuels reduction efforts, supporting initiatives for healthy, productive, and resilient forest landscapes and resources.
- Wage: $26/hour with overtime at 1.5x hourly rate. Full time, 40 hours per week.
- Health, Dental, Vision Insurance premiums 100% paid by GBI. Available on the first day of the month following the start of employment.
- Shared housing provided through Airbnb or USFS barracks.
- Camping Per Diem: $15/night.
- Uniform Stipend: $150.
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