Atlheritage strives to provide the highest quality services to our clients and that would not be possible without a team of well-trained professionals. The University of Saskatchewan has a strong reputation for producing professionals in a variety of fields of studies including Archaeology, Anthropology and Indigenous Studies.
Atlwest Communications (a division of Atlheritage Services Corp.) is seeking a Senior Communications Analyst to join our dynamic team!
Position and Responsibilities
The Senior Communications Analyst (SCA) reports directly to the Director of Communications and has the responsibility of managing client public relations accounts, creating communication and stakeholder engagement strategies and facilitating meetings, forums and events. In addition, the SCA will be responsible for developing relationships with identified stakeholders, report and proposal writing, attaining feedback, building trust and fostering partnerships. The successful candidate will be based out of our Saskatoon office.
We are seeking a highly-motivated Field Archaeologist wishing to gain valuable experience completing Heritage Resources Impact Assessments (HRIAs) throughout the Prairies. This is a casual position, ideal for students in undergraduate and graduate studies studying archaeology.
If you believe you have the qualifications, skills, ambition and motivation that we are seeking, please forward a cover letter and resume to Atlheritage.
This position will be filled immediately upon recruitment of a suitable candidate. Only those selected for an interview will be contacted.
We are proud to welcome Eliann Stoffel to the Atlheritage Team!
Eliann completed her B.Sc. (Hon.) and MA degrees in Archaeology at the University of Saskatchewan. She specializes in Plains Archaeology with a focus in zooarchaeology and has worked on large-scale projects in Saskatchewan, Manitoba and Alberta.