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Incumbent serves as Assistant Coordinator for the
National Heritage Areas (NHA) in the National Heritage Areas Program
(WASO), Park Programs and Heritage Areas, Cultural Resources,
National Park Service.Areas Program Office in Washington, DC.
This position has
promotion potential to the target grade of GS-12. You may be promoted to the
next higher grade without further competition when all statutory and regulatory
requirements have been met, performance is satisfactory and promotion is
recommended by the supervisor. Promotion to the next higher grade is not
guaranteed and is contingent upon the above criteria. Management may select at
any of the grade levels announced.
Physical Demands: Work is generally sedentary. Some walking, bending and light lifting are required Driving is also required.
Work Environment: Work is performed in an office setting. Frequent field work and travel are required.
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The duties and responsibilities include but are not limited to the following:
key organizational initiative such as funding formula development,
sustainability planning, data collection and development of programmatic
- Review National Heritage Area program legislation and new area legislation for content and consistency with area legislation.
- Serve as member of National Park Service evaluation team for outcomes-based analysis of National Heritage Area.
- Gather and update key programmatic data, including congressional representation, funding allocations, management structure, etc.
solutions and assist effort to align National Heritage Area contracting
and reporting processes across multiple National Park Service Regions.
- Support development and implementation of performance-based approach to budgeting.
- Advise with A-123 audit planning and accountability
- Provide oversight to volunteers and interns working on heritage area administrative and communications projects.
National Heritage Area feasibility studies and management plans with
focus on compliance with all legal and programmatic requirements.
- Coordinate NHA study and planning efforts, including travel for presentations and public meetings.
and assist with correspondence and information requests from media,
government bodies including Congress, Government Accountability Office
(GAO), the Office of Management and Budget (OMB), and other NPS
- Provide web and social media outreach and analysis for NHA Program Office.
recommendations and participate on grant review panels with other
Cultural Resource and Partnership programs, such as American Battlefield
Protection Program and National Trails Program.
- Provide technical assistance to emerging and established National Heritage Area organizations.
- Performs other tasks and duties as assigned, including the day-to-day administrative and office functions.
- Occasional Travel
- Some travel may be required