Position title
Cultural Monitors 1,2,3-Requisition #2318
Description

Cultural Monitor 1

Under the direction of the Tribal Cultural Coordinator, the Native American Cultural Resources Monitor (“Monitor”) is a tribal staff representative between Federal, State, Public, and County agencies and the Torres Martinez Tribal Cultural Coordinator. The Monitor will be assigned to development/construction projects to participate and obtain firsthand knowledge of archaeological excavations and construction in areas that are known to have cultural significance or have the potential for cultural deposit.  It is anticipated the Monitor will receive various assignments and that in some sensitive areas may encounter buried artifacts, features and possibly human remains.

This position requires person(s) to report to work as needed. Monitor(s) will work with Cultural Resources Coordinator on specific assigned projects. Due to variable project implementation timeframes, this temporary position will be assigned hours as project require.

 

Education and Experience

Must have basic knowledge of current local research methods and field application of archaeological principles; basic knowledge of federal, state, local and tribal laws pertaining to cultural resources.

High School Diploma or G.E.D., a plus.

 

Cultural Monitor 2

 

Under the direction of the Tribal Cultural Coordinator, the Native American Cultural Resources Monitor ("Monitor") is a tribal staff representative between Federal, State, Public, and County agencies and the Torres Martinez Tribal Cultural Coordinator. The Monitor will be assigned to development/construction projects to participate and obtain firsthand knowledge of archaeological excavations and construction in areas that are known to have cultural significance or have the potential for cultural deposit. It is anticipated the Monitor will receive various assignments and that in some sensitive areas may encounter buried artifacts, features and possibly human remains.

This position is for several Temporary (should not exceed 90 days) Monitors to work with Cultural Resources Coordinator on specific assigned projects. Due to variable project implementation timeframes, this temporary position will be. Assigned hours as project require. Temporary employees may accept or decline hours as the work is scheduled (project assignments).

 

Education and Experience

Must have a basic knowledge of current local research methods and two (2) years of field application of archaeological principles; basic knowledge of federal, state, local and tribal laws pertaining to cultural resource monitoring.

Minimum High School Diploma or G.E.D., a plus

 

Cultural Monitor 3

Under the direction of the Tribal Cultural Coordinator, the Native American Cultural Resources Monitor (“Monitor”) is a tribal staff representative between Federal, State, Public, and County agencies and the Torres Martinez Tribal Cultural Coordinator. The Monitor will be assigned to development/construction projects to participate and obtain firsthand knowledge of archaeological excavations and construction in areas that are known to have cultural significance or have the potential for cultural deposit.  It is anticipated the Monitor will receive various assignments and that in some sensitive areas may encounter buried artifacts, features and possibly human remains.

This position requires person(s) to report to work as needed. Monitor(s) will work with Cultural Resources Coordinator on specific assigned projects. Due to variable project implementation timeframes, this temporary position will be assigned hours as project require.

 

Education and Experience

Must have a basic knowledge of current local research methods and five (5) years of field application of archaeological principles; basic knowledge of federal, state, local and tribal laws pertaining to cultural resource monitoring.

Minimum High School Diploma or G.E.D., a plus.

 

Licenses and Other Requirements

Cultural Resources Monitor Program Certificate, Preferred for Cultural Monitor 1,2,and 3.

Must work in a safe manner as not to endanger yourself or others, and adhere to all job safety procedures. Required safety apparel and equipment for Monitors includes:  hard-soled work boots (not tennis shoes), long pants (no shorts), hardhat, bright orange safety vest.

 

All positions require applicant be at least 18 years of age. Those selected for a position are subject to a background investigation, drug screening and possible participation in the DMV Pull Program. References will be checked.

Employment Type
Part Time Regular
Base Salary

Cultural Monitor 1 $17.18

Cultural Monitor 2 $26.71

Cultural Monitor 3 $39.11

Date posted
June 30, 2020
Contacts

To learn more detailed information about the position duties and requirements, please contact Human Resources Department at (760)541-5216

Job Location
Thermal
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Position: Cultural Monitors 1,2,3-Requisition #2318

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