Great Basin Institute Cultural Resources Program Hiring

The Great Basin Institute is an interdisciplinary field studies

organization that promotes environmental research, education, and

conservation throughout the West.   Founded in 1998 at the University of

Nevada, the Institute’s mission is to advance applied research and

ecological literacy through community engagement and agency partnerships to

support national parks, forests, open spaces and public lands.

Preservation and documentation of cultural resources is imperative to

public lands management and maintaining the integrity of important historic

sites and artifacts. Great Basin Institute partners with various public

agencies and other non-profit organizations to support cultural resource

management. Projects may involve archaeological field surveys, site

preservation, management of archival resources, museum exhibits and

content, reporting, and so much more! Click on the links below to explore

some of our open positions.

Archaeologist – Zion National park

Archaeology Crew Lead – Eldorado National Forest

Archaeology Crew Lead – Tahoe National Forest

Archaeology Crew Member – Eldorado National Forest

Archaeology Crew Member – Tahoe National Forest

Cultural Resources Specialist

Cultural Resources Crew Lead – Lake Tahoe, CA