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    About the Position: Incumbent will be the institutional and operational Army-wide cultural resources management expert, setting policies for compliance and issuing guidance that meets Army's strategic objectives. Incumbent will set program priorities to manage historic property in a way that considers the preservation of the historic, archaeological, architectural, and cultural values, with special consideration for National Historic Landmarks.

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    • Participate in conferences, studies, working groups, briefings, and committees with Department of Defense (DoD), Army Staff, and major Army commands, federal agencies and departments, and environmental interest groups.
    • Serve as a staff advisor who has program oversight for several environmental programs and activities in assigned areas throughout the Army.
    • Represent the Department of Army (DA) at conferences and meetings with Federal agencies, state and local environmental agencies, DoD and other services; as well as private industry, educational, and scientific institutions.
    • Review policies, directives, regulations, and guidance from executive and legislative branches and proposes implementing directives for dissemination throughout the Army.
    • Develop DA-wide implementation guidance and instructions for broad-based Secretariat environmental policy guidance.

    Travel Required

    Occasional travel - You may be expected to travel up to 10% for this position.

    Supervisory status


    Promotion Potential


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    0193 Archeology

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