Topic ID #37166 - posted 7/1/2016 3:57 AM

Project Manager, Cultural Resources Specialist, GS-12/13 - Lakewood, CO



Jennifer Palmer

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Project Manager, Cultural Resources Specialist
NATIONAL PARK SERVICE
Agency Contact Information
1 vacancy in the following location:
 Lakewood, CO
Work Schedule is Full Time - Permanent
Opened Wednesday 6/29/2016
(2 day(s) ago)
 Closes Friday 9/2/2016
(63 day(s) away)
Salary Range
$76,341.00 to $118,018.00 / Per Year
Series & Grade
GS-0101-12/13
Promotion Potential
13
Supervisory Status
No
Who May Apply
All United States Citizens
Control Number
424459200
Job Announcement Number
WASOSHRO-SM-16-1582181
Job Overview
Summary
Experience your America and build a fulfilling career by joining the National Park Service, as we prepare for a second century of Stewardship and Engagement.  Become a part of our mission to connect with our past and create important connections to the future by building a rich and lasting legacy for the next generations of park visitors, supporters and advocates.
This position is located with the Denver Service Center (DSC), Planning Division.  The Project Manager is responsible for, initiating, establishing, guiding, and controlling one or more DSC planning projects from inception through completion. 
Number of Vacancies: We expect to fill 1 vacancy at this time; however, this announcement may be used to fill additional similar vacancies.
 
Duties
As a Project Manager you will serve as the Cultural Resource Project Manager and senior planner in the Planning Division within the Denver Service Center Planning Division of the National Park Service. You will be the primary point of contact with parks, regions and program centers working with partners to determine the project scope, reporting requirements, schedules, budget, staffing needs and appropriate level of quality. You will be responsible for initiating and guiding one or more planning projects from inception through completion. The primary concerns of this position are managing highly complex, multi-year cultural resource planning projects. These projects include highly sensitive cultural resource planning issues, multi-year phasing, high visibility and controversy, and possible jurisdictional disputes. Projects are typically of national significance. You will need to apply professional judgment and best practices to critical issues, and address problems requiring unprecedented approaches and solutions.
Travel Required
Occasional Travel
To attend meetings and conferences
Relocation Authorized
No

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