DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR
Bureau of Land Management
Open & closing dates
04/07/2021 to 04/14/2021
Pay scale & grade
GS 7 – 9
$43,683 to $69,462 per year
1 vacancy in the following locations:
Relocation expenses reimbursed
Yes as determined by agency policy
This job is open to
Individuals who have graduated from an accredited educational institute or certificate program within the last 2 years or 6 years for Veterans.
Clarification from the agency
Recent Graduates who in the previous 2 years have completed a degree or certificate from a qualifying educational institution. Veterans precluded by a military service obligation have up to 6 years after completion of degree or certificate to apply.
Explore a new career with the BLM – where our people are our greatest natural resource.
This position is located in either Richfield or Hanksville, UT.
We expect to fill one vacancy at this time; however, additional positions may be filled from this announcement if they become available.
Applies a professional knowledge of archeological principles, theories, concepts, methods, and techniques to perform a variety of complex assignments related to heritage resource management.
Identifies impacts from recreational, commercial, and industrial operations and ensure heritage resources are protected and/or mitigated from the potential effects of these activities.
Ensures compliance with Section 106 and 110 of the National Historic Preservation Act.
Prepares professional reports and studies and reviews reports made by others, ensuring all reports are adequate to meet compliance requirements of legislation, regulation, and needs of BLM management.
Conducts inventories to locate heritage resources and determine impacts due to developmental activities in accordance with applicable federal laws, regulations, and policies.
Consults with BLM management, land owners, state government officials, tribal governments, consulting parties and the public to provide information, develop opportunities for partnerships, explain and apply legal requirements and new technologies.
Provides recommendations and solutions required to achieve compliance and eliminate resource conflicts.
Promotes participation and organizes volunteers and other interested publics in partnerships to protect and manage heritage and paleontological resources.
Provides professional instruction, guidance, information, and interpretation of historic and prehistoric heritage resources.
Ensures that inventory and site data are entered, managed, and utilized in various geospatial databases.
Utilizes the heritage resource and other resource spatial data to perform analyses to assist with land use planning, decision making, and day-to-day management activities.
Advises higher level officials of any deficiencies in the heritage resource program and recommends what resources are needed to eliminate short falls.
May serve as a Contracting Officer Representative (COR) or a Contracting Officer Technical Representative (COTR) for contracts, and/or as a Program Officer for assistance agreements.
Occasional travel – You may be expected to travel for this position.