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Posted: 11/19/2018

Booz Allen Hamilton

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Cultural Resources Management Specialist
Professional Opportunity
Arlington, VA
Open Until
Until Filled

Assist federal agency clients with developing, implementing, and overseeing cultural resources management and preservation programs. Research issues sufficiently to develop policy and comprehend the implications policy development, including analyzing emerging cultural resources trends. Help with a wide variety of tasks associated with executing the DoD cultural resources (CR) Program, including supporting communications among a diverse set of internal and external stakeholders, identifying new program opportunities and enhanced program efficiencies, and advocating on behalf of clients CR programs. Provide support primarily for the DoDs cultural resources management program expected to support other federal clients cultural resources programs, including National Environmental Policy Act assessments.  

Basic Qualifications:

-2+ years of experience in supporting cultural resources programs

-Experience with federal agency historic preservation, including cultural resources management planning and programming, historic preservation policies, principles, and application technologies, studies and analyses on new and emerging cultural resources management issues, challenges, technologies, and concerns, collaborative engagement with federal and state agencies, tribes, and other stakeholders related to cultural resources management issues

-Knowledge of cultural resource management and historic preservation laws and DoDs related policies, including the Secretary of the Interiors Standards, established methods and techniques of applied architectural history, landscape architecture, and archaeological research and practices, collections management and research

-Ability to show proficiency in Microsoft Office

-Ability to adapt to a rapidly changing work environment while maintaining flexibility and versatility

-Ability to analyze situations and make well informed decisions

-Ability to communicate effectively and concisely using a variety of styles and techniques appropriate to the audience

-Ability to obtain a security clearance

-BS or BA degree in historic preservation or related field

Additional Qualifications:

-Experience with historic resource or archaeology surveys

-Experience with NHPA Section 106 or 110

-Experience with SHPO and THPO consultation

-Experience with developing historic contexts

-Experience with developing determinations of eligibility or national register nominations

-Experience with National Environmental Policy Act

-Secret clearance

-MS or MA degree in historic preservation or related field


Applicants selected will be subject to a security investigation and may need to meet eligibility requirements for access to classified information.



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