AECOM Archaeology Field Supervisor in Richmond hill, Ontario
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AECOM is looking for Archaeological Field Supervisors to be based out of multiple Ontario offices.
Please be advised that LiUNA has been certified by the Labour Relations Board to bargain on behalf of persons in the above noted position. The parties have entered a collective bargaining agreement & any candidate who is hired into the noted role will be kept informed of any changes to the terms & conditions of their employment because of that process.
Under the Collective Agreement between AECOM and LiUNA, the compensation for Archaeological Field Supervisors at AECOM for the 2024 field season will be in the range of $30.80/hour to $34.52/hour based on experience.
BA/BS in archaeology or related field + 6 years of relevant experience or demonstrated equivalency of experience and/or education
Valid Research or Professional class licence issued by the Ontario Ministry of Heritage, Sport, Tourism & Culture Industries
Valid Drivers License
8 years of relevant experience or demonstrated equivalency of experience and/or education
1+ field seasons independently supervising teams during Stage 2-4 archaeological assessments under own issued Research License required
Must be able to perform strenuous archaeological fieldwork in all weather conditions (lift 40 lbs & be capable of repetitive movement)
Experience operating high precision GPS & Total Station equipment and data recording programs (i.e., Fulcrum & ArcGIS Collector)
Firm understanding of MHSTCI Standards and Guidelines for Consultant Archaeologists.
Artifact identification skills & experience for the identification of both Indigenous & Euro-Canadian material
Expected to prioritize & lead in health & safety & follow all AECOM procedures including strict Covid-19 measures
First Aid Certification an asset
Ability to work out of town within Ontario for extended periods of time
Sensitivity & awareness combined with a respectful attitude towards Indigenous culture & people is a must. Collaboration in a team environment is key
Reliable transportation to & from assigned office or designated project meet spot essential
Be responsible & understand the production rate of the field team & work within
Motivate field teams in challenging conditions to complete the assigned work
Willingness to continually learn & take direction from Field & Office Managers
Provide clear & accurate communication regarding field discoveries, field strategies, & staff issues between the field & office teams
Clearly communicate & document discussions with field technicians regarding performance & behaviour (i.e., performance reviews)
Ability to take clear & accurate field notes vities of the unit.
- Sponsorship for Canadian employment authorization is not available for this position.
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Business Line: Environment
Business Group: DCS
Strategic Business Unit: Canada
Career Area: Science
Work Location Model: On-Site