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    This position is also being advertised for candidates with Merit Promotion eligibility (Status Candidates). It can be found on www.usajobs,gov. Search for Vacancy Announcement number NPS-WASO-17-1857343(KB) or by title/series and location.

    This position serves as the Cultural Resource Training Manager in the Office of Science and Technology under the Associate Director, Cultural Resources Partnerships and Science (CRPS).

    This position has promotion potential to the target grade of GS-13. 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 office work with occasional trips by automobile, airplane, or boat.

    Work Environment: Work is performed mostly in an office environment or in meeting rooms or classrooms, some training may be field located and require walking and standing outside.

    APPLICANTS WHO DO NOT SUBMIT THE REQUIRED DOCUMENTATION WILL NOT RECEIVE FULL CONSIDERATION. Please read the entire announcement before you apply. To view the entire announcement, select "Print" above "Job Summary."


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    Responsibilities

    The duties and responsibilities include but are not limited to the following:

    The incumbent is responsible for overall development, program management, implementation and operational responsibilities of all training in the Cultural Resources Partnerships and Science (CRPS) as well as a program to train Federal Preservation Officers in carrying out their responsibilities as mandated by federal law.

    Develops training representing all divisions of Cultural Resources, Partnerships and Science. Works closely with the other division managers to develop courses for the class-room, field, and online. Works closely with all the training Centers of the National Park Service to cooperate on course development and avoid duplicative efforts. Responsible for providing course content for the Cultural Resource Career Academy. The incumbent will also develop training for non-federal workers, including state, local, and private sector staff.

    The incumbent is responsible for developing and carrying out a program that will enable the National Park Service to support, encourage, and provide education, training, and awareness of cultural resources and historic preservation to all Federal agencies through its Federal Preservation Institute.

    Analyzes and develops program initiative, direction, and policies required of the National Park Service to carry out the requirements of the National Historic Preservation Act for NPS.

    Develops long range initiative, cooperative agreements, partnerships, and other vehicles for collaboration with other Federal agencies, and State, local, and private organizations for the sharing and transfer of funds and services to increase training opportunities to both federal and non-federal workers.

    Designs and develops cultural resources awareness programs and activities for senior Federal executives in order to them an orientation to the Federal government's responsibilities for historic and cultural properties.

    Travel Required

    Occasional travel - Some travel may be required.

    Supervisory status

    Yes

    Promotion Potential

    13

    Who May Apply

    This job is open to…

    United States Citizens

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This job originated on www.usajobs.gov. For the full announcement and to apply, visit www.usajobs.gov/GetJob/ViewDetails/459254300. Only resumes submitted according to the instructions on the job announcement listed at www.usajobs.gov will be considered.