Topic ID #39592 - posted 6/3/2018 2:59 AM

Archeologist, GS-11 - Walla Walla, WA



Jennifer Palmer

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ARCHEOLOGIST
DEPARTMENT OF THE ARMY
U.S. Army Corps of Engineers
Walla Walla District - Planning, Programs, and Project Management Division
Open & closing dates
 05/24/2018 to 06/06/2018
Salary
$61,218 to $79,586 per year
Pay scale & grade
GS 11
Work schedule
Full-Time
Appointment type
Permanent
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Location
1 vacancy in the following location:
Walla Walla, WA
1 vacancy
Relocation expenses reimbursed
No
This job is open to
The public
U.S. citizens, nationals or those who owe allegiance to the U.S.
Announcement number
WTHG188008770060D
Control number
500316000
Summary
About the Position: The Walla Walla District US Army Corps of Engineers is comprised of motivated and talented employees providing the very best engineering services for communities in the Pacific Northwest. The District's civil works' boundaries generally follow the Snake River drainage basin and includes approximately 107,000 square miles in six states - Washington, Oregon, Idaho, Wyoming, and small parts of Nevada and Utah. A U.S. Army Corps of Engineers officer commands the District's professional civilian workforce of more than 900 personnel in engineering, scientist, technician, trade/craft, and administrative support staff positions. The District helps manage local water resources for navigation, flood damage reduction, disaster assistance, hydroelectric power generation, and other natural and heritage areas.
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Responsibilities
Assists in the planning, preparation, coordination, and conduct of studies, investigations, cultural resources assessments, Environmental Impact Statements, and reports involving archaeological or cultural resources considerations.
Reviews plans, studies, and reports made by consultants to determine the feasibility and acceptability of proposed measures for the preservation of archaeological and cultural resources.
Coordinates field investigations to inventory, excavate, collect, map, and interpret soil profiles and stratigraphic relationships for evaluation of historic and prehistoric cultural deposits.
Makes preliminary inspections and evaluations of archaeological discoveries and takes necessary actions to ensure that cultural resource materials are protected and preserved according to Federal and State laws and regulations.
Travel Required
Occasional travel - You may be expected to travel for this position.
Supervisory status
No
Promotion Potential
11

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