| Government contractor seeking Archeologist Assistant for a position located in Nevada. |
Qualifications include: • Advanced knowledge and experience interpreting and applying Cultural Resource Law, Department of the Interior and NPS regulations and policies relating to cultural resources; NPS organization, operation and safety. • Perform journeyman to senior level archaeological field work, site and project documentation and project management. • Provide leadership to at least two lower graded archeological Aids, Technicians or Interns. • Maintain the cultural resource GIS database, must have a demonstrated proficiency in the use of ArcGIS, ArcMap Version 10.0 software with specific skills in map creation, advanced geodatabase editing, geodatabase development and management, shapefile editing and creation; and spatial analysis. Skills utilizing multiple datasets are a must with all map products suitable for publication. Proof of proficiency is required: ESRI Online Certificates or University Course work with recent use in a professional setting. • Maintain a variety of cultural resource databases and hard copy filing systems including but not limited to ASMIS, site files, report files, photo database and cultural resource library. • Provide assistance to other parks in the area to develop and maintain various cultural resource databases including but not limited to GIS databases, ASMIS, site and report files, and archives. • Provide archaeological assistance and resource advisor services to NPS, BLM and Forest Service Fire Programs throughout southern Nevada, the Arizona Strip, and nationwide. This includes assisting with fire program training, and resource advising before, during (must maintain red-card, i.e. fire line readiness) and after prescribed burns and wild-land fire incidents. May participate with these projects when scheduling permits. • Provide archaeological assistance to law enforcement rangers. This includes assisting with the following annual law enforcement refresher training, maintaining archaeological threat assessment documentation, coordination of site stewardship program with law enforcement rangers, and participating in cultural resource vandalism investigations. • Must maintain confidentiality of archaeological site information including location.
|Journeyman level Archeologist. Ability to pass a federal background investigation.|