Archeologist, Biscayne National Park, closes December 30
At the GS-11 (full performance level of the position) level the incumbent is responsible for all aspects of cultural resource program management including strategic and annual planning, preparing accomplishment reports, hiring and supervising interns and volunteers, formulating and implementing budgets, developing partnerships, and execution of all cultural resource management programs including but not limited to archeological sites, historic structures, ethnography, cultural landscapes, and museum collections. The incumbent serves as the Section 106 Coordinator, including preparing and reviewing Assessments of Effect documentation and cultural resource sections of environmental assessments in compliance with National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA), National Historic Preservation Act (NHPA). The incumbent performs field work including documenting, assessing and monitoring terrestrial and submerged archaeological sites, historic structures, and cultural landscapes, as well as writing reports on their results and management recommendations. The incumbent is responsible for writing program summaries, setting goals, assessing damage, documenting and monitoring cultural resources, managing work plans and schedules, writing budget proposals, and contributing to park planning efforts. At the GS-9 level, duties are performed under close supervision and incumbent does not perform the full range of duties.
Applicants must be open water scuba dive-certified from an accredited national scuba diving organization. (Please provide photocopy of open water scuba certification).
AND Applicants must be able to operate a motorboat up to 35 feet in length in bay and open sea conditions. (Please describe your experience in your resume).