Federal Preservation Officer
Federal Communications Commission
Open & closing dates
11/18/2022 to 12/09/2022
$148,484 – $176,300 per year
Pay scale & grade
1 vacancy in the following location:
Yes—as determined by the agency policy.
Occasional travel – Occasional travel may be required
Relocation expenses reimbursed
Full-time – This is a full-time position. Work schedules, including telework, are at the discretion of the supervisor, consistent with agency policy and reentry planning.
15 – Position is at the full performance level
Job family (Series)
0301 Miscellaneous Administration And Program
Position sensitivity and risk
Moderate Risk (MR)
Trust determination process
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This position is in the Competition and Infrastructure Policy Division, Federal Communications Commission (FCC) located in Washington, DC.
RELOCATION EXPENSES WILL NOT BE PAID.
THIS VACANCY ANNOUNCEMENT MAY BE USED TO FILL ADDITIONAL POSITIONS WITHIN 90 DAYS.
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This job is open to
Individuals with disabilities
Federal employees – Competitive service
Current or former competitive service federal employees.
Federal employees – Excepted service
Current excepted service federal employees.
Career transition (CTAP, ICTAP, RPL)
Federal employees who meet the definition of a “surplus” or “displaced” employee.
Land & base management
Certain current or former term or temporary federal employees of a land or base management agency.
Native Americans or Alaskan Natives with a tribal affiliation.
National Guard & reserves
Current members, those who want to join or transitioning military members.
Family of overseas employees
Family members of a federal employee or uniformed service member who is or was, working overseas.
Peace Corps & AmeriCorps Vista
U.S. Citizens, Nationals or those who owe allegiance to the U.S.
Individuals eligible under a special authority not listed above, but defined in the federal hiring regulations.
Clarification from the agency
Open to all U.S. Citizens AND MERIT PROMOTION (MP) – STATUS CANDIDATES and NON-COMPETITIVE ELIGIBLES. MP candidates include Federal Employees, Agency Employees, competitive Reinstatement eligibles, VEOA, CTAP and ICTAP. Individuals eligible for non-competitive appointment under special appointing authorities may also apply for consideration (e.g. Individuals with Disabilities; Veterans [VRA, 30% Disabled]; former Peace Corps, AmeriCorps or Vista). Indicate how you wish to be considered.
This position is located in the Competition and Infrastructure Policy Division, Wireless Telecommunications Bureau (WTB). The Federal Preservation Officer serves as the Commission’s cultural resource management expert and as the Commission’s technical expert for compliance with Section 106 and Section 110 of the National Historic Preservation Act (NHPA). The Federal Preservation Officer will use accepted and common, as well as state-of-the-art, anthropological, archeological, ethnographic, historical, and cultural resource management/historic preservation procedures and techniques to ensure that the Commission’s undertakings, under Section 106 and Section 110 comply with the NHPA and similar environmental compliance-regulations and rules such as the National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA). The Federal Preservation Officer will provide advice and guidance to Commission managers and attorneys and personnel in the application of the NHPA and the rules established by the Advisory Council on Historic Preservation (ACHP) to implement the NHPA, the Commission’s rules and procedures for compliance with Section 106 and Section 110 of the NHPA, and NEPA that pertain to environmental conditions affecting historic sites and features, cultural resources and landscapes, and resources important to Tribal Nations that might be impacted by the Commission’s undertakings.