Cultural Resource Monitor Training - Registration Due April 19


The Tribal Historic Preservation Department needs Cultural Resource Monitors (CRMs). This work will be contractual, worker assignments are as needed and a great opportunity for a Tribal member that has interest in our history and is experienced with the outdoors through hunting and fishing, map reading and demonstrates cultural knowledge. The department has gone to paperless data communications; successful candidates must show proficient skills related to file sharing, computer processes and experienced with computerized devices.

Position Summary: Monitors are assigned to projects on an as needed basis for the protection of Wampanoag cultural resources during ground disturbing activities within our aboriginal territory. These activities include observations over such things as State and Federal construction efforts, archeological survey areas, and various other construction related projects. CRMs will be required to report on all activities and findings to appropriate supervisor. Required skills: Active driver’s license, detail oriented, ability to work and learn independently; cultural sensitivity, and thorough reporting skills all of which must be professionally adhered to in order to carry out overall responsibilities. CRMs will report to Tribal Historic Preservation Officer (THPO) or designee. Trainings and occasional site supervision will be provided where necessary.

Interested applicants should contact Department Manager Love Williams at the Mashpee Wampanoag Tribe’s Tribal Historic Preservation Office, 483 Great Neck Road South, Mashpee, MA 02649. You may also contact Ms. Williams at (508) 477-0208 ext. 174 with questions.

Pre-Registration For CRM Training - Deadline April 19th, 2019

Initial CRM Training to start April 22nd, 2019