Stantec Licensed Archaeological Field Supervisor in London, Ontario
2,500 Environmental Services staff.20 technical specialties. 900 professional associations. An international team with local expertise. You could say we know a little something about the environment. Our passion for it drives our work. Grounded by safety, quality, and ethics, we come up with solutions that perfectly fit the site. We know what it takes to balance competing project interests with creativity and efficiency. We know what to look for. And, we know how to get the job done—the right way. Join a team that has the environment down to a science.
As part of our Environmental Services team, the Human Environment group has an opportunity for a Licensed Archaeological Field Supervisor, in our London, ON office.
Under the direction of experienced archaeologists, the successful applicant(s) will assume responsibility for carrying out Stage 2-4 archaeological field work.
Your Capabilities and Credentials
Qualified applicants must have a minimum of one year archaeological supervisory experience in Ontario, although two plus years’ experience is preferred.
Applicants must hold a valid archaeological Research or Professional License issued by Ontario’s Ministry of Tourism, Culture and Sport (MTCS).
Applicant must have a thorough working knowledge of field and reporting aspects of the MTCS’ 2011 Standards and Guidelines.
Applicants must be willing to travel within Ontario and live away from home for short periods of time, as needs dictate.
The ability to carry out strenuous field work is essential.
Applicant must have a valid Ontario Driver’s License.
Experience in artifact identification, report writing, and cataloguing Euro-Canadian and/or pre-contact Aboriginal artifacts is preferred.
We offer all candidates the opportunity to challenge their abilities in a dynamic work environment and your efforts will be recognized through a competitive compensation program.
Job ID 33850
# of Openings Remaining 1
Experience (Years) 1
Discipline Environmental Services