Careers & Internships
AHS is committed to providing a rewarding work environment for its employees, and actively encourages career development and growth through on-the-job training, education, and the acquisition of new skills. At AHS, our cultural resource management is done in a research-based framework that allows employees to continue research beyond CRM projects into conference presentations or published papers.
569 Middle Turnpike
P.O. Box 543
Storrs, CT 06268
If you are interested in employment opportunities, please mail or e-mail a brief cover letter and resume with at least two references to the address above. AHS is an Equal Opportunities Employer and encourages women and minorities to apply.
AHS is hiring field archaeologists/technicians, who are located in and have experience in the Northeast, for long-term projects in Connecticut, Massachusetts and Rhode Island. There are no extended overnight stays on these projects, which are readily commutable from our Storrs, CT, office. Presently, most work is in south-central coastal Connecticut. Transportation to projects is provided by AHS.
AHS is an organization that promotes a friendly, collaborative working environment and is particularly interested in individuals who are passionate about archaeology and learning about the past.
The projects include major block excavations as well as shovel-test-pit surveys. Personnel are also trained to work in the laboratory when they are not in the field.
A Bachelor’s degree in Anthropology or a related field is mandatory, as is completion of an accredited archaeological field school, preferably in the Northeast.
AHS, a Disadvantaged and Woman-Owned Business Enterprise, is an equal opportunity employer and encourages women and minorities to apply.
Job Type: Full-time
Pay: commensurate with experience, but considerably higher than the industry average.
401(k) retirement plan
Health savings account
Paid time off
Schedule: 8 hour shifts, Monday to Friday
All employees are required to have proof of up-to-date Covid vaccinations and booster shots, and to wear N95 or KN95 masks when working indoors or in outdoor enclosures such as winter tents.
AHS accepts interns in the areas of history and archaeology. Opportunities are flexible and can be interdisciplinary. Internships are usually unpaid, but interns can receive academic credit from a college or university. Internship availability varies, depending on the scope and number of projects AHS is undertaking in a given year.