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Cannon Heritage Consultants is Hiring a Project Manager

Cannon Heritage Consultants is seeking a Project Manager in Cultural Resources (archaeology) to support our growing archaeology/cultural resources business in the Intermountain West states of Colorado, Idaho, Montana, Nevada, Utah, and Wyoming. The position will support projects and clients representing diverse sectors. The ideal candidate will possess extensive cultural resource management/environmental consulting and project management experience. Our offices are in Logan, Utah, and Boise, Idaho.

CHC is looking for the right candidate to take on existing and future projects and assist in building our presence in the region. The position will be based out of our Logan, Utah office. This is a regular (with benefits), salaried, full-time position. Logan, Utah, is an affordable, growing community in the beautiful Cache Valley of northern Utah ( It is home to Utah State University and several high-tech companies.

Outdoor recreation is a highlight surrounded by the Uintah-Wasatch-Cache National Forest. Two ski resorts are within a short driving distance. Cultural Resources/Archaeological candidates with more or less experience than those highlighted below are encouraged to apply.

Please provide a cover letter in addition to your resume.

CHC is a growing firm where staff have an important role in creating an engaging workplace. We pride ourselves on bringing sound science and creative solutions to various cultural resource projects. Our mission is multidisciplinary solutions for cultural resource compliance.


Manage all aspects of projects, including fieldwork, research, and report writing, with responsibility for successful on-time and on-budget completion of projects, including successful change management as required.

Collaborate with other personnel across the company to expand our knowledge base and project delivery. Communication is a key to our success.

Work with clients and agency representatives.

Oversee fieldwork and manage Quality Assurance/ Quality Control (QA/QC) review.

Prepare and create technical, high-quality proposals, scientific reports, and literature reviews with little supervisory oversight.

Take initiative, resolve problems, and create improved procedures to ensure tasks are completed most effectively. Candidate must also demonstrate the ability to anticipate problems early, take action, and make decisions in a timely manner.


Bachelor's degree in anthropology, archaeology, history, or other related cultural resources

discipline. A minimum of five (5) years of relevant post-university industry experience is required, including at least two years as a cultural resources project manager.

Primary report authorship and experience providing quality control review of field documents and reports are required.

Demonstrated proficiency in project planning, coordination, scheduling, creating/tracking budgets, and understanding all aspects of a project, from pre-field tasks to final report preparation. Working knowledge of federal, state, and local cultural resources regulations.


Master's degree in anthropology, archaeology, history, or other related cultural resources discipline.

Project management experience includes working on various project types and sizes, on all project aspects (from pre-field tasks through final report preparation), in multiple regions, and with various regulatory agencies.

Eligibility for cultural resources permits in this region (Colorado, Idaho, Montana, Utah, Wyoming).

A background with Principal Investigator for Cultural Resources review experience is a plus.


Qualified UAV pilot's license. CHC owns a Mavic Pro 2.

Demonstrated experience and competence in geophysical surveys. CHC owns a GSSI UtilityScan GPR and Sensys MagWalk fluxgate units.

An employee in the Logan-based position can expect a salary of $65,000 to $75,000/year. Actual pay within this range may depend on experience, qualifications, client requirements where applicable, and other factors permitted by law.

*Interested applicants can email Ken Cannon directly at

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