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Desired Industry: Anthropology SpiderID: 46095
Desired Job Location: Winchester, Virginia Date Posted: 11/22/2010
Type of Position: Full-Time Permanent Availability Date: Immediately after 2 week notice
Desired Wage: 30,000
U.S. Work Authorization: Yes
Job Level: New Grad/Entry Level Willing to Travel: Yes, 25-50%
Highest Degree Attained: Bachelors Willing to Relocate: Yes


Objective:
An entry-level position that allows me to utilize my liberal arts background as well as management skills. I am willing to start at the bottom and build my career.


Experience:
McDonald's, Marshall, VA - March 2009 to Present
• Shift Manager, March 2010 to Present
• Crew, March 2009 to March 2010
• Responsibilities:
o Manage work of crew members;
o Ensure quality, service and cleanliness of store;
o Handle customer complaints;
o Carry out store opening and closing routines, including balancing of daily receipts.
• Certifications:
o Serve Safe Certification, November 2009
o Basic Shift Management Certification, March 2010
o Advanced Shift Management Certification, October 2010

Wetland Studies and Solutions, Inc., Gainesville, VA - May 2008 to January 2009
• Archaeology Field Technician
• Responsibilities:
o Performed archaeological site excavations for local and county governments in Virginia;
o Worked on an excavation project at Fort Belvoir;
o Did occasional lab work and planted trees at Wetland’s nursery as needed.


James Madison’s Montpelier, Orange, VA – August 2005 to March 2008
• Mansion Researcher, Architectural Research Department
• Responsibilities:
o Catalogued artifacts from mansion ranging from Madison era to DuPont era;
o Maintained collection of architectural artifacts in multiple storage units;
o Maintained computerized database of information on architectural artifacts for future study;
o Learned architectural terminology and recognition of architectural items;
o Assisted mansion restoration crews as needed.

James Madison University, Harrisonburg, VA – 2004-2005
• Student Assistant/Intern, Archaeological Field School at James Madison’s Montpelier – Summer 2005
o Gained experience in American archaeological methods;
o Created shovel test pits and mapped, profiled and excavated artifacts;
o Supervised students in archaeological lab techniques.

• Independent Study at James Madison's Montpelier – Spring 2005
o Studied and catalogued nail remains.

• JMU Archaeology Lab – Spring 2005
o Report writing on prehistoric sites on and around Cedar Creek Battlefield.

• Archaeological Field School, Altamura, Italy - Summer 2004
o Gained experience in European archaeological methods.

Thunderbird Archaeological Associates, Inc., Woodstock, VA - Summers of 1998 through 2004 (both volunteer and paid)
• Intern/Lab Technician
• Responsibilities:
o Washed, gradient sorted and marked artifacts;
o Used water screening and flotation methods.



Education:
James Madison University, Harrisonburg, VA
Bachelor of Science degree in Anthropology, May 2005

Lord Fairfax Community College, Middletown, VA
Associate of Arts and Sciences degree in Liberal Arts, May 2003


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