Join Our Team

Landsong is always looking for qualified professionals to join our team at Moberly Lake! Individuals interested in applying should possess the following:

Education Requirements

  • university degree in archaeology or anthropology (with archaeology major)
  • accredited archaeological field school or equivalent field experience

Qualifications (desired)

  • previous cultural resource management experience
  • experience working with aboriginal communities
  • GPS and orienteering capabilities
  • ATV, UTV and/or snowmobile operation experience
  • 4×4 truck operation experience
  • wilderness training and/or experience

Required Licensing

  • valid driver’s license (i.e. BC Class 5)
  • clean driver’s abstract

EHS Certification & Training – click to view

If you think you would be an asset to our team, please email a cover letter and resume to: landsong@landsong.com.

Established in 1998 Landsong Heritage Consulting Ltd. is a cultural and heritage resource consulting company based out of Moberly Lake, BC (located ~26 km north of Chetwynd and ~120 km southwest of Fort St. John).  Working throughout British Columbia and Alberta, we conduct archaeology, traditional land use (TLU) and traditional ecological knowledge (TEK) assessments, in addition to providing heritage resource reporting and regulatory guidance.  Fieldwork is conducted through all seasons.

Landsong is currently hiring for a full-time position starting in January or February 2018 to join our team. 

Job Description

This job entails managing projects from background research and field coordination to report submission.  This position may also include conducting archaeology and TLU/TEK field assessments as a Field Supervisor although this will likely be limited as the Project Manager role is mainly office based.  Responsibilities of this position include but are not limited to:

  • Perform project management duties under direction of senior management
  • Work within company established guidelines, procedures and policies
  • Ensure adherence of personnel to company established guidelines, procedures and policies
  • Project execution & management, including managing & tracking project timelines, client communications & expectations, fieldwork coordination & personnel management, fieldwork & reporting tracking
  • Management of daily communications with company personnel, clients, regulators and Aboriginal communities
  • Conference calls & project meetings
  • Supervising archaeology and TLU/TEK field assessments for oil and gas, forestry, wind energy, mining and other industries
  • Compliance and oversight of the Landsong EHS Program (Landsong is an alcohol and drug-free workplace)
  • Participation in Landsong Training Program
  • Adherence to the Landsong Quality Management Program (QMP)
  • Technical report writing and other related tasks
  • Involves irregular hours, including weekends and more than 8 hours per day
  • Fieldwork may involve remote work, including staying in industrial camps and/or hotels for long periods of time
  • Operation of 4×4 trucks, ATVs, UTVs, snowmobiles
  • Operation of field equipment such as GPS, H2S monitors

Minimum Requirements

  • Demonstrated project management experience
  • B.Sc. in Archaeology or B.A. in Anthropology with an archaeology major
  • Completion of an archaeology field school program at an accredited university, college or equivalent field experience
  • Experience conducting and supervising archaeology fieldwork in NEBC and/or other areas of BC or Alberta
  • Valid Class 5 Driver License (or other province equivalent)
  • Canadian resident (Citizen or Landed Immigrant Status)
  • Ability to work remotely for long periods of time
  • Candidates are required to relocate to Moberly Lake/Chetwynd area
  • High level of physical fitness

Desired Skills/Experience

  • Field Director status in NEBC and/or other areas of BC
  • Alberta Permit holding status
  • Ability to work independently with minimal oversight and in a team environment
  • Ability to take direction & feedback from senior personnel
  • Ability to work within a strong & positive safety culture
  • Ability to work with Aboriginal community members
  • Experience with orienteering/navigation
  • Excellent organizational and verbal/written communication skills
  • Demonstrated ability to take adequate field notes (incl. photography)
  • Basic understanding of lithic technology; artifact identification
  • Basic understanding of GPS
  • Demonstrated ability to create field maps
  • Previous experience with consulting archaeology and working with Aboriginal communities in British Columbia or Alberta
  • Previous experience with 4×4 trucks & all-terrain vehicles

Certifications & Training*

  • Occupational First Aid Level 1 & Transportation Endorsement
  • H2S Alive
  • WHMIS
  • ATV Safe Rider Certification (Canada Safety Council)
  • UTV Safe Rider Certification (Canada Safety Council)
  • Snowmobile Safe Rider Certification (Canada Safety Council or equivalent)
  • Defensive Driving
  • Wildlife Awareness
  • Bear Aware
  • Ground Disturbance for Supervisors
  • Petroleum Safety Training

*if any certifications are not currently held, you will be enrolled in these courses upon hire (paid for by Landsong)

Wages:

  • Wages will reflect the applicant’s experience and education, and are industry competitive
  • Comprehensive benefits and investments package
  • Bi-yearly equipment allowance
  • Landsong does not pay relocation expenses

If you are interested in applying for this position, please submit your CV with references and a cover letter via email to joanna@landsong.com, with Project Manager / Field Supervisor Job Application in the subject line.  Applications will be considered until the position is filled.  No telephone inquiries or faxes please.

Established in 1998 Landsong Heritage Consulting Ltd. is a cultural and heritage resource consulting company based out of Moberly Lake, BC (located ~26 km north of Chetwynd and ~120 km southwest of Fort St. John).  Working throughout British Columbia and Alberta, we conduct archaeology, traditional land use (TLU) and traditional ecological knowledge (TEK) assessments, in addition to providing heritage resource reporting, expertise and consultation.  Fieldwork is conducted through all seasons.

Landsong is currently hiring for a full-time position starting in January or February 2018 to join our team. 

Job Description

This job entails managing projects from background research and field coordination to report submission.  This position is mainly field based.  Responsibilities of this position include but are not limited to:   

  • Conducting and supervising archaeology and TLU/TEK field assessments for oil and gas, forestry, wind energy, mining and other industries
  • Completion and review of project field notes
  • Compliance and oversight of the Landsong EHS Program (Landsong is an alcohol and drug-free workplace)
  • Participation in Landsong Training Program
  • Adherence to the Landsong Quality Management Program (QMP)
  • Training and mentoring junior field personnel
  • Supervising field personnel
  • If ability is demonstrated, opportunities may be provided in technical report writing and other related tasks
  • May involve frequent remote work, including staying in industrial camps and/or hotels for long periods of time
  • Involves irregular hours, including weekends and more than 8 hours per day
  • Operation of 4×4 trucks, ATVs, UTVs, snowmobiles
  • Operation of field equipment such as GPS, H2S monitors

Minimum Requirements

  • B.Sc. in Archaeology or B.A. in Anthropology with an archaeology major
  • Completion of an archaeology field school program at an accredited university, college or equivalent field experience
  • Valid Class 5 Driver License (or other province equivalent)
  • Canadian resident (Citizen or Landed Immigrant Status)
  • Ability to work remotely for long periods of time
  • Candidates are required to relocate to Moberly Lake/Chetwynd area
  • High level of physical fitness

Desired Skills/Experience

  • Field Director status in NEBC and/or other areas of BC
  • Alberta Permit holding status
  • Ability to work independently with minimal oversight and in a team environment
  • Ability to take direction & feedback from senior personnel
  • Ability to work within a strong & positive safety culture
  • Ability to work with Aboriginal community members
  • Experience with orienteering/navigation
  • Excellent organizational and verbal/written communication skills
  • Demonstrated ability to take adequate field notes (incl. photography)
  • Good understanding of lithic technology; artifact identification
  • Good understanding of GPS
  • Demonstrated ability to create field maps
  • Previous experience with consulting archaeology and working with Aboriginal communities in British Columbia and/or Alberta
  • Previous experience with 4×4 trucks & all-terrain vehicles

Certifications & Training*

  • Occupational First Aid Level 1 & Transportation Endorsement
  • H2S Alive
  • WHMIS
  • ATV Safe Rider Certification (Canada Safety Council)
  • UTV Safe Rider Certification (Canada Safety Council)
  • Snowmobile Safe Rider Certification (Canada Safety Council or equivalent)
  • Defensive Driving
  • Wildlife Awareness
  • Bear Aware
  • Ground Disturbance for Supervisors
  • Petroleum Safety Training

*if any certifications are not currently held, you will be enrolled in these courses upon hire (paid for by Landsong)

Wages:

  • Wages will reflect the applicant’s experience and education, and are industry competitive
  • Comprehensive benefits and investments package
  • Bi-yearly equipment allowance
  • Landsong does not pay relocation expenses

If you are interested in applying for this position, please submit your CV with references and a cover letter via email to joanna@landsong.com, with Field Supervisor or Field Director Job Application in the subject line.  Applications will be considered until the position is filled.  No telephone inquiries or faxes please.

Established in 1998 Landsong Heritage Consulting Ltd. is a cultural and heritage resource consulting company based out of Moberly Lake, BC (located ~26 km north of Chetwynd and ~120 km southwest of Fort St. John).  Working throughout British Columbia and Alberta, we conduct archaeology, traditional land use (TLU) and traditional ecological knowledge (TEK) assessments, in addition to providing heritage resource reporting and regulatory guidance.  Fieldwork is conducted through all seasons.

Landsong is currently hiring for a full-time position starting in January or February 2018 to join our team. 

Job Description

This job entails conducting archaeology and TLU/TEK field assessments under the direction of Field Directors and Field Supervisors.  Responsibilities of this position include but are not limited to:   

  • Participation in archaeology and TLU/TEK field assessments for oil and gas, forestry, wind energy, mining and other industries
  • Compliance and oversight of the Landsong EHS Program
  • Participation in Landsong Training Program
  • Adherence to the Landsong Quality Management Program (QMP)
  • Gaining field experience and knowledge from senior personnel with the goal of being able to supervise field assessments and to take on additional tasks and roles within the company
  • If ability is demonstrated, opportunities may be provided in technical report writing and other related tasks
  • May involve frequent remote work, including staying in industrial camps and/or hotels for long periods of time
  • Involves irregular hours, including weekends and more than 8 hours per day
  • Operation of 4×4 trucks, ATVs, UTVs, snowmobiles
  • Operation of field equipment such as GPS, H2S monitors

Minimum Requirements

  • B.Sc. in Archaeology or B.A. in Anthropology with an archaeology major
  • Completion of an archaeology field school program at an accredited university, college or equivalent field experience
  • Valid Class 5 Driver License (or other province equivalent)
  • Canadian resident (Citizen or Landed Immigrant Status)
  • Ability to work remotely for long periods of time
  • Candidates are required to relocate to Moberly Lake/Chetwynd area
  • High level of physical fitness

Desired Skills/Experience

  • Ability to work independently with minimal oversight and in a team environment
  • Ability to take direction & feedback from senior personnel
  • Ability to work within a strong & positive safety culture
  • Ability to work with Aboriginal community members
  • Experience with orienteering/navigation
  • Excellent organizational and verbal/written communication skills
  • Demonstrated ability to take adequate field notes (incl. photography)
  • Basic understanding of lithic technology; artifact identification
  • Basic understanding of GPS
  • Demonstrated ability to create field maps
  • Previous experience with consulting archaeology and working with Aboriginal communities in British Columbia
  • Previous experience with 4×4 trucks & all-terrain vehicles

Certifications & Training*

  • Occupational First Aid Level 1 & Transportation Endorsement
  • H2S Alive
  • WHMIS
  • ATV Safe Rider Certification (Canada Safety Council)
  • UTV Safe Rider Certification (Canada Safety Council)
  • Snowmobile Safe Rider Certification (Canada Safety Council or equivalent)
  • Defensive Driving
  • Wildlife Awareness
  • Bear Aware
  • Ground Disturbance for Supervisors
  • Petroleum Safety Training

*if any certifications are not currently held, you will be enrolled in these courses upon hire (paid for by Landsong)

Wages:

  • Wages will reflect the applicant’s experience and education, and are industry competitive
  • Comprehensive benefits and investments package
  • Bi-yearly equipment allowance
  • Landsong does not pay relocation expenses

If you are interested in applying for this position, please submit your CV with references and a cover letter via email to joanna@landsong.com, with Field Archaeologist Job Application in the subject line.  Applications will be considered until the position is filled.  No telephone inquiries or faxes please.