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Posted: 05/12/2016

National Park Service
Department of Interior

Supervisory Historian
Professional Opportunity
Denver, CO

The position serves as the Program Manager, Heritage Partnerships Programs within the Associate Regional Directorate of Communications, Legislation and External Relations. The position serves as the principal advisor and manager of several cultural resource programs that are part of the National Recreation and Preservation Programs (NRPP) within the Intermountain Region of the National Park Service (NPS). These cultural programs include the National Historic Landmark (NHL), Historic American Buildings Survey (HABS), Historic American Engineering Record (HAER), Historic American Landscape Survey (HALS), Historic Surplus Property, Archaeological Assistance, and Japanese American Confinement Sites Grants (JACS) programs. The position supervises a multi-disciplinary cultural resource staff, including historians, historical architects, landscape architects and archaeologists. The incumbent ensures the professional staff maintain cooperative and positive relations with parks, the Associate Directorate of Cultural Resources, Partnerships and Science in Washington D.C., local, state, and other federal agencies, non-profit organizations and tribes within an eight-state region. 

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How to apply
The job announcement and information about how to apply has been posted on USAJOBS at the following link: https://www.usajobs.gov/GetJob/PrintPreview/438402100
Laura Chavers
Phone: 303 987 6681
Fax: 303 969 2830
12795 W. Alameda Parkway
Denver, CO 80225

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