This permanent career-seasonal position is located in Yosemite National Park, in the Division of Resource Management and Science, and includes all the benefits of permanent employment, but does not provide employment on a full year-round basis. It is anticipated that you will be in a non-pay status December and/or January for up to 2 pay periods per year, and expected to work aprox 11 months a year.Learn more about this agency
The incumbent serves as a senior project archeologist. The senior project archeologist provides archeological data for management decisions requiring archeological input such as: determination of the location, extent and significance of resources; identifying and addressing regulatory compliance needs for treatment of archeological sites; preparation and completion of archeological inventory, monitoring, and excavation reports; and working with project teams to develop archeological treatment plans.
- Recommend, plan for, execute and/or oversee archeological investigations, reporting, and consultation required for compliance with National Historic Preservation Act, Archeological Resources Protection Act, Native American Graves Protection and Repatriation Act, and National Park Service guidelines.
- Coordinate archeological compliance activities for the park, including supervising archeological staff involved in compliance activities.
- Coordinate with staff across divisions to identify compliance needs related to archeology during project planning.
- Responsible for, or make significant contributions to, to specific plans, action plans, revisions, and fiscal and budget documents.
- Design, implement, and supervise multiple-phased, and multiple-site archeological projects involving documentary, archival, and collections research; field investigations (both survey and excavation); laboratory analysis of recovered data; and professional report writing.
- Identify archeological research needs, develop plans and funding statements to support relevant activities.
- Coordinate research and review documents.
- May serve as the Contracting Officer's Technical Representative for projects conducted through contracts, interagency agreements, and cooperative agreements.
- Incorporate appropriate GIS and other technology and analysis to provide comprehensive and scientifically sound answers to inquiries from managers and others and the research needs of the park.
Occasional travel - You may be expected to travel for this position.
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