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Posted: 09/17/2014

Employer
Fort Bliss Environmental Division
Directorate of Public Works

This job is under the Conservation Branch of the Fort Bliss Environmental Division. The Conservation Branch is responsible for management of Natural resources, Cultural resources and NEPA compliance for Fort Bliss.


Position
Senior Historical Architect (GS12)
Type
Professional Opportunity
Location
El Paso, TX
usa
Details
$69,000-90,000
 

This position is the Senior Historical Architect Position.  It's a Federal Civilian Position at the GS-12 level.  Candidate would serve as the Program Manager for management and regulatory compliance for all historic buildings/structures/landscapes on Fort Bliss.  Fort Bliss is an Army Installlation with over 1.2 million acres of training land located in El Paso, Texas and is home of the 1st Armored Division.

Applicants should have expertise in historic preservation, National Register evaluations, Section 106 compliance and consultation, HAEBS/HAER documentation, Evaluations under Cold War Contexts and experience managing construction contracts involving historic buildings. Prior experience with Federal Agencies in general, and Military organizations in general is a bonus but not a requirement.

OPen until
09/30/2014

How to apply
Apply through USAjobs. All applicants at: http://www.usajobs.gov/GetJob/ViewDetails/377996100 For Merit Candidates at: http://www.usajobs.gov/GetJob/ViewDetails/378036800
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