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As the Cultural Resources Program Manager you will serve as a senior principal advisor in the management of cultural resources and responsible for program development and implementation. Duties include:
- Directs an intricate program of cultural resources management activities that involve sensitive and complex issues that may impact a wide variety of park issues.
- Represent the superintendent when working with others on resource stewardship issues. Develops and maintains effective working relations with Native Americans and other traditionally associated groups, agencies, and the public. Attends management and professional conferences and other events for the purposes of exchanging information and advancing advocacy for park stewardship.
- Prepares and coordinates the efforts of others in the preparation of the cultural resources section of the resources management plan and specific actions plans pertaining to the management and protection of cultural resources.
- Represent park on NPS regional task groups or similar organizations. Make presentations in the parks, in public gatherings, and at professional meetings.
- Assist cultural resources staff in providing direct professional and programmatic advice and support.
- Develops and implements long range plans for the inventory, evaluation, documentation, preservation, research, and interpretation of the cultural resources within the appropriate mission, objectives, and resources contexts.
- Coordinate park cultural resources strategies and programs with those on adjacent lands. Provide for public involvement, including Native American and other traditionally associated groups. Develop and maintain peer relationships with researchers, resource managers and subject matter experts of other agencies.
- Performs or directs substantive, project-oriented work.
- Negotiates cooperative and interagency agreements and other cooperative instruments need to carry out resource stewardship goals.
- Identifies research needs, prepares requests for proposal or statement of work, and provides oversight for research projects.
- Collects, analyzes, and synthesizes scientific information; and prepares reports for specific projects.
- Maintain liaison with the State Historic Preservation Officer, Natural Heritage Office, and traditionally associated groups.
- May supervise seasonal, temporary, permanent, VIP and other personnel, but less than 25% of the time.
Occasional travel - You may be expected to travel for this position.
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