DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE
Open & closing dates
01/26/2022 to 02/04/2022
$80,880 – $105,147 per year
Pay scale & grade
1 vacancy in the following location:
Yes—as determined by the agency policy.
Occasional travel – You may be expected to occasionally travel for this position for training, meetings, and for occasional overnight site visits.
Relocation expenses reimbursed
Job family (Series)
Position sensitivity and risk
Non-sensitive (NS)/Low Risk
Trust determination process
How you will be evaluated
How to Apply
This position is located on the Pike and San Isabel National Forests in Pueblo, CO.
The incumbent serves as the Archeologist and Cultural Resource Manager responsible for administering and providing interpretive services for historical and cultural programs on the forest.
For additional information about the duties of this position, please contact Andrew Carrier at email@example.com or 719-400-8745.
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THIS JOB IS OPEN TO
Career transition (CTAP, ICTAP, RPL)
Federal employees who meet the definition of a “surplus” or “displaced” employee.
Federal employees – Competitive service
Current or former competitive service federal employees.
Individuals with disabilities
Land & base management
Certain current or former term or temporary federal employees of a land or base management agency.
Peace Corps & AmeriCorps Vista
Individuals eligible under a special authority not listed above, but defined in the federal hiring regulations.
Clarification from the agency
Current permanent federal employees with competitive status, Land Management Workforce Flexibility Act, CTAP/RPL/ICTAP and VEOA eligibles, Farm Service Agency permanent county employees, 30 percent or More Disabled Veterans, Certain Former Overseas and Foreign Service Employees, Military Spouses, Interchange Agreement and Other Miscellaneous Authorities, People with Disabilities, Peace Corps and VISTA, Reinstatement, Public Land Corps, and Resource Assistant Program eligible candidates.
Advise management on requirements, impacts, and consequences of current legislation and directives that affect cultural resource management.
Coordinate with state preservation offices in carrying out preservation mandates, interpretive initiatives, register nominations, and overall program development.
Implement directives to ensure program consistency and that professional standards are met.
Formulate short and long-range plans and requirements for the management of archeological and historical resources.
Identify cultural resources requirements to be met in preparing environmental and planning documents.
Manage cultural resource projects with rapidly changing priorities by applying innovative management techniques and strategies.
Act as liaison between the unit and Native American groups regarding unit policy, tribal concerns, and requests for archeological information.
Coordinate with special interest groups and local organizations to inform the public about cultural resources and interpretive programs.
Use research results to prepare cultural resources interpretive information.
Coordinate with public information office to ensure scientific accuracy of public materials.