Topic ID #37216 - posted 7/20/2016 3:51 AM

Archaeologist, GS-09 - Stillwater, OK



Jennifer Palmer

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Archaelogist
NATURAL RESOURCES CONSERVATION SERVICE
Agency Contact Information
 1 vacancy - Stillwater, OK
Work Schedule is Full-Time - Term
Opened Tuesday 7/19/2016
(1 day(s) ago)
 Closes Monday 7/25/2016
(5 day(s) away)
Salary Range
$48,968.00 to $63,654.00 / Per Year
Series & Grade
GS-0193-09/09
Promotion Potential
09
Supervisory Status
No
Who May Apply
US Citizens and Nationals; no prior Federal experience is required.
Control Number
445053700
Job Announcement Number
NRCS-16-1226-DE-MF
Job Overview
Summary
USDA’s Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS) helps America’s farmers and ranchers conserve the Nation’s soil, water, air and other natural resources. We need people who want to apply their education and experience to make sure we all enjoy the benefits of productive soil, clean water, clean air, and abundant wildlife that come from a healthy environment.  “Helping People Help the Land” http://www.nrcs.usda.gov/
There is one vacancy in the following location: Stillwater, OK.  The incumbent will provide field leadership for archaeology and cultural resources activities and is supervised by the Assistant State Conservationist for Water Resources.
This is a term, time-limited appointment with a not-to-exceed date of 9/30/2018 and can be extended up to a total of 4 years.
Duties
Conducts research in archaeological databases and other records systems to identify potential sites; and determines the location of major cultural resources in different environments and designs and implements methodologies to address such concerns utilizing Geographic Position System equipment and other techniques.
Carries out investigations of proposed projects on state and private lands to meet NRCS policy in compliance with State and Federal law in regards to Cultural Resources; and prepares reports of findings and recommendations for NRCS and other agencies.
Provided technical cultural resource sections of contracts, environmental documents, agreement documents and other instruments of agency intent in the State; and serves as agency liaison, as assigned, to other federal, state and local agencies involved with cultural resources issues.
Travel Required
Occasional Travel
Travel is required approximately 5%-10% of the time.
Relocation Authorized
No

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