🔗Four Corners Collection and NAGPRA Museum Intern – 640 hours
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The Bureau of Land Management (BLM) Utah State Office manages a diverse range of programs including a cultural resources program, and as the lead office for the BLM in Utah, supports the District and Field Offices across the state. The successful candidate will assist with the management of a Southwest and Four Corners archaeology collection and Native American Graves Protection and Repatriation Act (NAGPRA) cases. Projects and duties that support the management of the 100,000 object collection at the Utah State Office include updating catalog information, collections research, taking collections photographs, assisting with environmental and pest monitoring, assisting with NAGPRA, and assisting with ongoing collections projects as needs arise. The intern may also assist the Utah State Office and BLM Field Offices with NAGPRA responsibilities including drafting correspondence, writing NAGPRA notices, and working with partner museums across the country on BLM Utah NAGPRA cases. The intern will work under the supervision of the Museum Collections Manager. Work may take place both virtually and in an office setting as well as at an off-site repository location.