We are looking for some A-players to fill positions of BC Field Director and AB Permit Holder (Project Archaeologist). Circle values our archaeologists; we consider each person to be a valuable contributor to our team. We work hard but incentivize and compensate great work accordingly. Please check out the job postings and send a resume … Read More Job Alert!
Do you remember where you were TEN YEARS ago? Well, for Kristin, she was starting a new job in Edmonton, at a place called Altamira Consulting Ltd. She was an Alberta permit-holder with extensive GIS experience, and was offered the opportunity to utilize all these skills… in the forest! For those of you that don’t … Read More 10 years older, 10 years wiser? #happyworkiversary
When I started blogging almost a year ago (or so), I didn’t know what to write about. I didn’t think archaeology alone would be interesting enough to draw attention nor did I think my personal interests were interesting to anyone at all. After a while, I found that blogging was a way to organize my … Read More A return to the circle blog
About a year ago, I embarked on a new adventure. No, not the Indiana Jones kind, not just yet. It was probably just as stressful, and perhaps as much of a roller coaster ride, though there were no life-threatening rolling boulders, just mortgage-threatening lines of credit. One year later though, and I’m still alive and, … Read More What a difference a year makes
In January 2011, we embarked on the pilot season of The SVG Public Archaeology Program… and it was a success. Volunteers came from around the world to excavate at the site of Argyle 2, on the Caribbean island of St. Vincent. We identified numerous features, excavated postholes and pits, and slowly but surely recovered a … Read More Come dig in the Caribbean
There was finally an open window of dry, warm weather – hurrah! Archaeologists all over the world cheer for this. This means we are able to get back outside and dig some holes without having to wear and lug around excess gear. Yesterday, this involved revisiting a known stone feature site, which happened to be … Read More Site protection at its finest