Opportunities at Antiquity

Employment: On-Call Archaeological Field Technicians and Field Archaeologist Positions

Antiquity Consulting, LLC maintains a roster for on-call cultural resources work in the southern Puget Sound. 

 

Antiquity’s Archaeological Field Technicians are entry-level professionals who have completed or are in pursuit of a four-year degree; and can work independently to assist their cultural resource colleagues in the field. Antiquity prioritizes recruitment of 

Tribal members who may not be pursuing an academic degree at this time but are interested in cultural resource management fieldwork or internship.

Antiquity's Field Archaeologists are entry- to mid-level professionals who have completed or are in pursuit of a graduate degree; have at least 2 years of professional experience in cultural resource management, history, or archaeology; and can work independently while developing leadership skills.

Archaeological Field Technician positions start at $20/hr.
Field Archaeologist positions start at a minimum $20/hr but pay rates are commensurate with experience.


About Our Staff
Antiquity Consulting, LLC is a woman-owned cultural resource management firm based in Olympia, Washington. Antiquity staff are committed to providing high-quality, efficient historical and archaeological services. Our company culture prioritizes integrity, curiosity, and excellence. Antiquity Consulting, LLC does not and shall not discriminate directly or indirectly on the basis of race, color, religion/creed, gender, gender expression, age, national origin/ancestry, disability, marital status, sexual orientation, or military status in any of its activities or operations.

Contact
Send your CV to Beth Mathews, antiquityconsulting@gmail.com.

No phone calls.

Internship

Please contact Beth Mathews, antiquityconsulting@gmail.com, if you are a student, young professional, professor, or program manager interested in developing an internship at Antiquity. We do not yet have the ability to offer paid internships, but we are working toward establishing a program, and can partner with enrolled students who need cultural resource management or other research opportunities.