Title: ASSOCIATE STATE ARCHEOLOGIST Salary: $4,409.00 - $5,318.00 Posted: 04/16/2013
The reporting location for this position is the Office of Historic Preservation in Sacramento. The position will work under the direction of the Supervisor of the Review and Compliance Unit and will serve as lead for the other archeologists in the unit. The incumbent may also work throughout the Office of Historic Preservation. The employee in this position is responsible for using his/her expertise in the practice of archaeology and their knowledge of pertinent law and regulation to: 1) Review and comment on, or prepare, documents that deal with cultural resources/historic property identification, evaluation and treatment; 2) Recommend to customers of the Office of Historic Preservation management actions and regulatory steps that may assist in preserving or otherwise addressing historic properties; and, 3) Act as a liaison between the office and Tribal groups throughout the state. This is a challenging job that requires excellent writing and organizational skills, as well as the ability to analyze data and effectively present ideas orally and in writing, and to work both independently and cooperatively with others. Experience working with tribal organizations is preferred and should be documented in application materials. Preference will be given to candidates who meet the Secretary of the Interior’s Professional Qualifications Standards (see http://www.cr.nps.gov/local-law/gis/html/quals.html)—the Office of Historic Preservation reserves the right to interview only those applicants whose applications show these qualifications standards have been met. State housing is not available. For further information regarding this position, contact Susan Stratton at (916) 445-7023, or Susan.Stratton@parks.ca.gov.
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