Manage the VaARNG collections and Cultural Resources Program documents in compliance with state and federal laws governing cutural resources;
Manage archeological collections at all VaARNG facilities, meeting federal requirements for curation of artifacts and associated documents;
Ensure that VaARNG projects and training comply with federal, state, and local environmental laws, interagency, agreements, DoD, and NGB policies and regulations.
Successful candidate must have:
Comprehensive knowledge of and experience in archaeological research, excavation, laboratory analysis, curation, conservation, museum procedures, and information and records management;
Knowledge of state and federal standards and other professional best practices pertaining to general collections care and management and conservation;
Knowledge of preservation laws and regulations;
Experience conducting research in various topics related to cultural and military history;
Ability to develop and utilize computer applications in collections management and research - including working knowledge of GIS.
B.S. or B.A. degree in history, museum studies, anthropology, or related field.
Valid Virginia Driver's License.
Advanced degree in anthropology, archaeology, history or closely related discipline desired;
Training in museum practices, archaeological research, and collections;
Familiarity and experience with general historic preservation concepts and programs and the ability to relate archaeology.
Employment offers are contingent upon the successful completion of an extensive criminal background/security check and employment reference checks.