This positions is located in Chesapeake and Ohio Canal National Historical Park, in the Division of Resource Management., serving as a cultural resources specialist, particularly in history.Learn more about this agency
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Serves as subject matter expert on the preservation and treatment of leased historic structures.
Leads, contributes to, or reviews compliance documents.
Develops work plans, schedules, and budget documents.
Develops and implements long range plans for the inventory, research, documentation, analysis and evaluation, and treatment of historic structures.
Negotiates and manages cooperative and interagency agreements.
Identifies park research needs and coordinates with universities and researchers.
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