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    This position is located on the Cleveland National Forest in San Diego, CA.

    This position is located on a Forest Service unit, where the incumbent serves an Archeologist responsible for inventory, evaluation, protection, and development of historic and prehistoric sites.

    For additional information about the duties of this position, please contact Katherine Klemic at 858-674-2973 or karin.klemic@usda.gov.

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    • Develop a unit's Heritage Resource Program.
    • Implement and execute surveys/excavations, for location, verification and salvage of sites.
    • Evaluate sites and identify which ones are appropriate for inclusion to the national registers.
    • Administer examinations, identifying areas where materials may be destroyed or damaged, and recommending mitigations.
    • Manage stewardship enhancement and public interpretation of Heritage resources.
    • Establish and integrate policy and long-range objectives for a program of work.
    • Develop unit?s budget and project plan of work.
    • Recommend methods, techniques and conditions for research plans related to studies.
    • Ensure that scientific and systematic procedures are followed in identifying, evaluating, and classifying cultural resource areas.
    • Evaluate and act upon a wide range of on-site management needs within the framework of program requirements.
    • Direct the preparation of maps, inventories, reports, and records related to all aspects of the program.
    • Prepare technical approval for documentation submitted for program matters, including national register eligibility.
    • Prepare contract specifications and monitor contract operations.
    • Prepare interpretive material and technical reports based on extensive research.
    • Prepare reports for publication in professional journals.
    • Provide guidance to line management in marking, protection, and salvage of sites.
    • Consult with recognized Indian Tribes under provisions of laws related to native American cultural preservation and repatriation.
    • Represent the unit and present technical papers at regional-level and national scientific organization and society meetings.
    • Provide consultation and advice to unit personnel for problems in which cultural resources are involved.

    Travel Required

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

    Supervisory status


    Promotion Potential


  • Job family (Series)

    0193 Archeology

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