This is an advanced professional, administrative, and field position that requires varied and complex duties as an archaeologist. Work involves evaluating and managing terrestrial and submerged archaeological resources throughout the state, conducting cultural resource compliance reviews associated with Federal and State laws and regulations and making additions to and editing restricted archaeological data in the office’s Geographical Information System (GIS). This position is a specialist in underwater archaeology and requires OSHA-exempt scientific diving, OSHA-complaint working diving, boat handling, marine remote sensing, conducting underwater archaeological investigations, assisting with processing resulting collections, and analysis and reporting of investigative results. Duties may also involve a wide range of public outreach activities relating to the office’s underwater archaeology program requiring interaction with the public, avocational archaeologist, and the media. Employee works under the direct supervision of the Deputy State Archaeologist – Underwater and performs related duties as required.