Company: International Archaeological Research Institute, Inc. (IARII)
Position: Archaeology Project Director
Description: International Archaeological Research Institute, Inc., an equal opportunity employer, seeks a permanent, full-time Archaeology Project Director for its Guam office. A graduate degree in anthropology with specialization in archaeology or a degree in a related field, project management, and CRM experience required. Must have a valid passport and driver’s license, and must be able to pass a background check for access to military installations. A minimum of 5 years’ experience in Pacific Islands or Asian archaeology is required. Position involves conducting fieldwork and supervising archaeology crews, report writing, overseeing laboratory analyses, and general project oversight. Applicant should have computer skills (Microsoft and Adobe software), basic GPS/GIS proficiency, a good sense of organization, problem-solving abilities, interpersonal skills, a strong determination to maintain project schedules, and a willingness to work as part of a team. Project work primarily on Guam, though projects in other parts of Micronesia and Japan are possibilities. Position available immediately. Annual starting salary range is $58,000-$65,000 commensurate with position and experience of the applicant; benefits include healthcare insurance, paid vacation and sick leave, and a retirement program. IARII will provide partial relocation compensation. Please submit a letter of interest and résumé (including three references) to HonoluluOffice@iarii.org Attn: Rona Ikehara-Quebral. Closing date: March 1, 2020.
About International Archaeological Research Institute, Inc. (IARII)
The company provides a broad range of cultural resources management services including archaeological surveys, data recovery, monitoring (including UXO sites), preservation and interpretive planning, National Register of Historic Places nominations, historical studies, GIS studies, oral history, archaeological and cultural impact assessments, Section 106 compliance, wood identification, paleoenvironmental studies, burial recovery, and osteological analyses.