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🔗Review and Compliance Supervisory Archaeologist

  • Full Time
  • Carson City, NV
  • $63,308.16 - $94,335.84 USD / Year
  • June 30, 2024
  • Department: State of Nevada, Department of Conservation and Natural Resources
  • Job Reference #: Recruitment #45693
  • Job Qualifications:

    Master’s degree from an accredited university archaeology, anthropology, or related field and two years of professional experience performing historic preservation work in archaeology.

    Applicants’ professional qualifications must meet National Park Service standards as described in the Code of Federal Regulations for an Archaeologist as described in 36 CFR 61.

  • How to Apply:

    State of Nevada Job Portal: https://nvjobs.nv.gov/

    All applications must be submitted through the portal.

  • Job benefits: Health, Paid Time Off, Retirement,
  • Contact Name: JON TERRAZAS
  • Application Email: j.terrazas@admin.nv.gov
  • Application URL: https://nvapps.state.nv.us/NEATS/Recruiting/ViewAnnouncement.aep?recruitmentId=45693
  • Application Phone #: (775) 684-0116

Website Nevada State Historic Preservation Office

State Historic Preservation Office for the State of Nevada

Nevada is seeking an experienced archaeologist with Section 106 compliance knowledge to join our growing team. This position will serve as the Supervisor of the Review and Compliance Program for the Department of Conservation & Natural Resources, Nevada State Historic Preservation Office located in the Carson City, NV office (Historic Preservation Specialist 3).

The incumbent will supervise Historic Preservation Specialist I and II positions by assigning and reviewing work and setting priorities. The incumbent will manage the Review and Compliance Program on behalf of the Administrator, including: negotiation, preparation, and revision of legally binding agreements with federal agencies; preparation of documents for National Park Service audits; assignment of governmental and applicant submissions to the appropriate staff reviewer; concurrence with federal agency determinations of significance and project related effects; coordination with staff, the public, Native American tribes and other governmental agencies to ensure prompt and efficient reviews of proposed projects under federal regulations and state statutes; and review and preparation of technical papers for professional conferences and the education of the public on preservation and compliance issues. The incumbent will assist the Administrator to prepare elements of the State’s preservation plan including: incorporating new data on historic and archaeological sites into the plan.

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