Topic ID #34589 - posted 1/23/2015 2:21 AM

Archeologist, GS-0193-09/11 - Shasta-Trinity National Forest, CA



Jennifer Palmer

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Job Title:ARCHEOLOGIST
Department:Department Of Agriculture
Agency:Forest Service
Job Announcement Number:15-0514-68824G-BE
SALARY RANGE:    $48,403.00 to $76,131.00 / Per Year
OPEN PERIOD:    Thursday, January 22, 2015 to Monday, February 2, 2015
SERIES & GRADE:    GS-0193-09/11
POSITION INFORMATION:    Full-Time - Permanent
PROMOTION POTENTIAL:11
DUTY LOCATIONS:    1 vacancy in the following location:
Hayfork, CA View Map
WHO MAY APPLY:    Current permanent Federal employees with competitive status, reinstatement eligibles, persons with disabilities, VEOA/VRA eligibles, certain military spouses, 30% or more disabled veterans, former Peace Corps or VISTA volunteers, CTAP/ICTAP eligibles, Farm Service Agency permanent county employees and those eligible for other Special Hiring Authorities.
SECURITY CLEARANCE:    Not Applicable
SUPERVISORY STATUS:    No
JOB SUMMARY:
A career with the Forest Service will challenge you to manage and care for more than 193 million acres of our nation's most magnificent lands, conduct research through a network of forest and range experiment stations and the Forest Products Laboratory, and provide assistance to State and private forestry agencies.
It's an awesome responsibility - but the rewards are as limitless as the views.
This position is located on the Shasta-Trinity National Forest on the Hayfork Ranger District in Hayfork, 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 ((see listing))
TRAVEL REQUIRED
Occasional Travel
Occasional travel may be required.
RELOCATION AUTHORIZED
Yes
Relocation expenses may be authorized.
KEY REQUIREMENTS
US Citizenship is required.
Selective Service Registration is required for males born after 12/31/1959.
DUTIES:
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Duties lists are at the full performance level.
Interprets and implements laws, regulations, and policies according to Forest, Regional, and National directions and standards.
Conducts archeological survey, inventories, and site evaluation work and preparation, analysis, and implementation of technical reports such as Section 106 and 110 documents including working with the State Historic Preservation Office and Forest Services contacts prior to implementation.
Conducts background studies and document reviews pertaining to archeological project development including Integrated Resource Projects (IRPs), small projects, and writing National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) documents including Letter/Memo to Files, CE, EA, and EIS.
Develops alternatives and presents recommendations via briefing, power point presentation, etc. to the Forest Supervisor, Supervisor, Rangers, and Teams.
Works with Tribal leaders and councils, and provides information pertaining to Federally recognized tribes.
Interprets cultural resources to public contacts in one-on-one conversations and/or as group presentations including group hikes, clubs, college talks, training sessions, etc.; and creating interpreted displays, signs, plans, and implementation.
Resolves conflict between publics, groups, team members, etc.; develops alternatives to resolve the conflict, and presents options to the parties while being a part of the solution to the conflict.
Organizes, develops, implements, and manages work/projects; meets targets and deadlines through time management skills.  Follows directions and implements instructions as directed.
Inputs data and pulls reports from the INFRA and/or I-web databases; applies GIS/GPS, map-making, computer and/or database skills to input of data, run reports, create implementation documents such as excel spreadsheets, Grants & Agreements, Collection Agreements, Partnerships, etc.
Communicates verbally and applies interpersonal skills with supervisor, Rangers, staffs, volunteers, partners, etc.  Writes professional documents such as grants, collection agreements, partnerships documents, volunteer agreements, MOUs, NEPA including mitigation measures, different types of plans, correspondence, and all types of reports such as SHPO reports, etc. Works on teams and displays teamwork and individual expertise.
Develops and coordinates networks and contacts beneficial to the successful performance of archeological work assignments, such as interacting technically with colleagues and supervisors, and demonstrating the ability to work cooperatively with other persons including Federal, State, County, and Local officials; others staff areas; Districts, SO, RO, and/or other National Forests. Performs other duties as assigned.

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