Part-Time / Project Specific


Helping our clients achieve big things, Big Pine Consultants LLC is a small environmental, archaeological, cultural resource management and engineering consulting firm serving energy, transportation, development, government, and industrial markets. We believe in serving people and align our corporate and employee goals with our clients’ goals to serve the people in the communities where we live and work.

As a small firm, you will be getting in on the ground floor of a growing business with loads of potential to grow your career!

Our company is focused on people!

We believe that a strong business is built on trust!

We believe that our clients provide us with opportunities to grow when we provide them with excellent service.

We believe that treating employees and clients fairly and working hard to make each other successful builds trust and a positive working environment.

Our management is committed to treating our employees with dignity and respect and rewarding success.  At Big Pine Consultants LLC, you are not just a number.

We are seeking an Archaeology Technician / Cultural Resource Specialist to perform a variety of technical responsibilities and administrative activities. As a small business, our staff must wear many hats. Typical assignments will include assisting with archaeological field work, historic above-ground survey, laboratory processing.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

  1. Safely driving to field and client locations regionally where we do work (PA, WV, MD, DC, VA, and MI and other states as we expand)
  2. Archaeological Field Work, including:
    • Hiking several miles per day carrying equipment (up to 50 pounds) in rough terrain during potentially inclement weather.
    • Excavate shovel test pits, test units and screening soils
    • Knowledge of soils and use of Munsell Soil Color Book
    • Knowledge of Native American and historic artifacts
    • Maintaining field notes and daily logs
    • Operating a mapping grade GPS unit
    • Compass and orienteering skills preferred.
  3. Above-ground Historic Resource Field Work, including:
    • Driving to identified above-ground historic resource locations.
    • Digital recording of resources using ESRI Survey123 forms on mobile phone
    • Maintaining field notes and daily logs
    • Knowledge of architectural history or historic preservation preferred.
  4. Conducting background research online and in repositories (i.e., court houses, archives, historical societies)
  5. Excellent writing and communication using MS Office (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Access, SharePoint, Teams, and other software)
  6. Provide support for reporting
  7. Some regional and overnight is required, duration and location varies by project, task, and time of year
  8. Other duties as assigned


  • Bachelor’s Degree (or demonstration of curriculum leading to degree) in Anthropology (Archaeology), Cultural Resource Management, History, Geology, or related field (Professional work experience preferred but not required)
  • Proficient with Microsoft Office 365 suite of software
  • Excellent communication skills, works well with others, positive attitude, and hard working

Physical Demands and/or Other Job Information (if applicable):

  1. Physical requirements: Must be able to lift up to 50 pounds and hike several miles in rough terrain during inclement weather.
  2. Possess a valid driver’s license in the employee’s state of residence
  3. Must be able to pass a background check
    • Criminal history
    • US Patriot Act Watch List
    • Authorization to work in the United States
    • Driving History
  4. Must be able to pass drug test.

Pay and Benefits:

  • $18/hr
  • Simple IRA Retirement Program with dollar for dollar match up to 3% of your salary
  • $40 monthly connectivity reimbursement stipend

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