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🔗Architectural Historian

  • Full Time
  • Ogden, UT, USA
  • $71,099 and up, depending on step level USD / Year
  • Applications have closed
  • Job Summary: The Forest Service's Intermountain Region seeks a permanent GS-12 architectural historian to support projects involving the built environment.
  • Job Qualifications:

    Must meet the Office of Personnel Management’s Qualification Standards for the History Series 0170 (opm.gov)

    Should meet the Secretary of the Interior’s Qualification Standards for Architectural Historian.

  • How to Apply:

    This announcement is an outreach notice to gauge interest in the position. If interested, contact Richa Wilson at richa.wilson@usda.gov. The job will be posted in the future at USAJobs. Review the application process at https://www.usajobs.gov/Help/faq/application/process/ and create a USAJOBs profile if you don’t have one. The Office of Personnel Management often hosts workshops, including “Navigating USAJOBS” and “Federal Resume Writing.” Check the USAJOBS Events website at https://www.usajobs.gov/notification/events for upcoming sessions. You can also find tips on writing a federal resume at   https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8YX7o1PBoFk.

  • Job benefits: Full benefits
  • Physical Demands / Work Environment: Fieldwork and office work. Applicants must have a valid driver’s license.
  • Contact Name: Richa Wilson
  • Application Email: richa.wilson@usda.gov

Website US Forest Service, Intermountain Region

The incumbent will be responsible for heritage program duties related to the built environment in the Intermountain Region. The position provides support to the Regional Office and 12 National Forests for projects and other activities that may affect buildings and structures, coordinating with Regional and Forest staff, providing professional leadership, guidance, and expertise in historic preservation, architectural history, and cultural resource management in compliance with the National Historic Preservation Act (NHPA), National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA), and related state and federal laws, regulations, and agency policy. The successful applicant will have expertise in evaluating properties for listing in the National Register of Historic Places, assessing adverse effects, historic preservation technology, and applying the Secretary of the Interior’s Standards and Guidelines for the Treatment of Historic Properties.