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Posted: 06/20/2018

Employer
National Park Service
Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Parks

This position is located in Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Parks, in the Division of Resources Management and Science.


Position
Historic Architect
Type
Professional Opportunity
Location
Three Rivers, CA
Details
 

This position is assigned to the Division of Resources Management and Science in the Cultural Resources Branch. The employee will be under the supervision of the Cultural Resources Branch Chief. Incumbent will be responsible for a variety of historic structures and will serve as subject matter expert in historic architecture and preservation. The Historic Architect will prepare historic structures documents to assess eligibility of properties for the National Register of Historic Places, recommend treatments to such properties and assess impacts and mitigating measure for such properties during park/project planning efforts for consultation pursuant to Section 106 of the National Historic Preservation Act.

The Historic Architect will also provide professional input in the development of resources management plans and prepares specific action plans needed to manage and protect historic properties. Incumbent must have the ability communicate historic preservation information to park managers, interdisciplinary teams and diverse audiences.

Duties will be developmental in nature when filled below the full performance level.

OPen until
06/25/2018

How to apply
Apply at USAjobs.gov www.usajobs.gov/GetJob/ViewDetails/501717200 Please be sure to upload all required documentation including transcripts
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