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    Summary

    Physical Demands/Work Environment: Field work is performed outdoors in conditions that include steep and rough terrain, dense vegetation, heavy rains, and insects; to include wet, muddy, uneven or rocky surfaces.  Positions require physical exertions, such as, hiking, crouching, and stooping, reaching, or similar activities and may require primitive camping and living skills for up to two weeks at a time.  Individuals should be able to work alone or with other people, during day/night hours.

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    Responsibilities

    Archeological Technicians assist other professional cultural resource specialists with on-the-ground field studies to identify cultural, historical, and/or paleontological resources. Work may involve designing and conducting inventories; compiling and interpreting collected data; researching reference materials; writing reports on inventory activities; or preparing documents for determinations of eligibility to the National Register of Historic Places. At the lower grade levels (GS-04), you will perform a variety of routine procedural tasks in support of the cultural resource program.

    Travel Required

    Not required

    Supervisory status

    No

    Promotion Potential

    No - None

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