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Posted: Thursday, January 4, 2018 12:05 AM


InContext is a growing cultural resources management firm based in the Sacramento region. We offer competitive wages, a 401K with employer match, health insurance assistance, and incentive bonuses in a friendly, supportive, and collaborative work environment. We are an equal opportunity employer and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability status, protected veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by law.


The Cultural Resources Crew Leader/Project Coordinator (Leader) serves as task and project lead for archaeological, ethnographic, and built environment investigations. The Leader implements methods set forth by the Principal Investigator, works under the direction of the Field Director, and supervises the work of crew members. The Leader ensures that their own work and the work of those they supervise meets current regulatory compliance requirements and professional technical and ethical standards.



Competency operating Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Excel, and Access
Competency using Adobe Acrobat and Photoshop Elements
Competency operating a Trimble Geo7x and associated Terrasync, and Pathfinder software
Competency completing all CA OHP DPR forms
Familiarity with Google Earth for research and map-production purposes
Strong organizational and communication skills


B.A. or equivalent in Anthropology[1], History[2], or closely related field.


· Competent[3] in prehistoric archaeology, historical archaeology, and with built environment resources

· Twenty-four months experience successfully completing cultural resources studies that include prehistoric archaeology, historical archaeology, and the built environment

· Successful interaction with descendant community representatives, and/or heritage organizations, clients, property owners, agency officials, and the public

· Successful completion of report sections

· Applied understanding of the role of regulatory compliance in cultural resources management


· Communicates effectively verbally and in written format

· Responds positively to direction, change in direction, and correction

· Punctual and dependable

· Adheres to safety protocol

· Takes thorough, accurate, and legible notes

· Demonstrates ability to accurately document data/artifact collection (i.e., provenience, and or site context) and site features

· Demonstrates knowledge of site specific contexts

· Conducts primary research, identification, documentation, and analysis of cultural resources

Please submit a resume and cover letter demonstrating how you meet the job requirements listed below to Additional application materials and/or testing may be required for individuals who have passed the resume screening phase. Resumes received by December 8, 2017 will be given priority consideration.

• Location: Sacramento

• Post ID: 20412102 sacramento is an interactive computer service that enables access by multiple users and should not be treated as the publisher or speaker of any information provided by another information content provider. © 2018