Field archaeologists - Bay area

 

WSA, Inc., a well-respected and established full service cultural resources management firm is currently seeking field archaeologists for immediate hire in our San Francisco Bay Area office. The positions are for work in the immediate San Francisco Bay Area. Applicants should have a minimum of a B.A. degree and 3+ months of supervised fieldwork. Company-provided transportation to and from the job sites is typically provided. WSA offers very competitive salary and performance bonuses. In addition, we provide a stimulating and friendly work environment where our staff is appreciated for being part of a successful team of professionals who meet our clients needs in a safety-conscious environment. For immediate consideration, please submit cover letter (indicating availability), resume (with references) and salary history to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. personnel - at - williamself.com.

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