Topic ID #38664 - posted 9/1/2017 3:09 AM

Archeologist, GS-09/11 (Merit) - Worland, WY

Jennifer Palmer

Bureau of Land Management
Open & closing dates
 2017-08-31 to 2017-09-14
$49,765 to $78,270 / per year
Pay scale & grade
GS 09 - 11
0193 Archeology
Appointment type
This is a permanent position.
Work schedule
Work Schedule is Full Time.
Job announcement number
Control number
few vacancies in the following location:
Worland, WY
1 vacancy
This job is open to
Federal employees
Individuals with a disability
Job Overview
About the Agency
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The position is located in Worland, WY. The Worland Field Office manages over two million acres of public lands in the southern half of the Bighorn Basin. Located in north central Wyoming, these lands provide a variety of resources and uses including wild horses, wildlife habitat, scenic vistas, recreation opportunities, mineral development, and livestock grazing. For information on the city of Worland, please go to: Worland, WY
Physical Demands: In order to gather samples and complete inventory requirements, the individual will be required to hike or ride vehicles over rough terrain and perform work requiring bending, crouching, stooping, reaching or lifting. Work may include lifting of moderately heavy items such as equipment. May be exposed to hostile wildlife, severe weather, chemicals and physical hazards.
Please note: This announcement is limited to the first 50 applicants. If the applicant limit is reached prior to the closing date, this announcement will close at midnight EST on that day. 

At the full performance level of GS-11: The duties of this position are to ensure federal compliance with the National Historic Preservation Act and implementing regulations as well as compliance with various executive orders pertaining to the management of cultural resources and tribal consultation on the National System of Public Lands. Design and implements cultural resource inventory strategies and sampling. Intensively inventory resource development projects. Provide educational information to the public, develop opportunities for partnerships, meet legal requirements with various officials and governments. Evaluate sites for eligibility for inclusion in the National Register of Historic places. Ensure that cultural resource management and services meet multiple resource planning and project requirements including FLPMA and NEPA. Have a working knowledge of ArcGIS and GPS systems that includes manipulating data, creating maps, running viewshed models. Describe, format and synthesize data to perform analyses and assist with land use planning as mandated by the Bureau.
At the GS-9 level: The employee will work under a supervisor who provides basic information about the scope and objectives of the work and is available for consultation. The employee will be expected to carry out the work on regular and routine issues independently but will consult with supervisor for guidance on non-routine or unique issues and problems.
Supervisory Status
Promotion Potential
Travel Required
Occasional Travel
Some overnight travel will be required.
Relocation Authorized

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