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R. Joe Brandon <rjoe_brandon@...>
 

Archaeological Laboratory Director in Ohio

R. Joe Brandon <rjoe_brandon@...>
 

Some of you did not receive the forwarded attachment for the
Archaeological Laboratory Director in Ohio from the Tennessee Arch
list...My apologies for sending it to the whole list again.

R. Joe


Position Available
Archaeological Laboratory Director

Gray & Pape, Inc., has a position open for an Archaeological
Laboratory Director in their Cincinnati, Ohio, office. A B.A. in
Archaeology, Anthropology or related field is required, along with two
years of laboratory experience and a minimum of two additional years of
laboratory supervisory experience. Experience in the Midwest is
preferred.
The Laboratory Director will be responsible for overseeing and managing
all operations of the laboratory, including the processing, cataloging,
analysis, reporting, and curation of artifacts; supervising laboratory
personnel; managing and developing appropriate database applications;
and
managing the collaboration between lab facilities and personnel in the
Cincinnati and Richmond, VA, offices.

This person must be able to demonstrate ability to work
effectively within constraints of project schedules and budgets.
Essential
duties will include conducting and/or scheduling the catalog and
inventory
of artifacts, historic and prehistoric; conducting or managing the
analysis of artifacts; writing the results of the analysis for inclusion

in project reports; supervising all personnel assigned to laboratory
duties; and integrating laboratory responsibilities into project
schedules
and products.

Supervisory skills, communication skills, and an ability to
effectively work in a project team are a must. Sophisticated database
and
word processing computer skills are essential. Material culture
analysis
and interpretation skills are also required. Other skills that will be
given serious consideration include floral/faunal analyzes, GIS, and
conservation of material culture.

Gray & Pape, Inc., offers a competitive pay and benefits
package,
including paid holidays, paid vacation and sick leave, and health and
disability insurance. After one year of employment, regular employees
are
eligible for a profit-sharing retirement plan. Send a current resume,
three references from persons in the CRM field, and an example of recent

CRM technical writing (not to be returned) to Gray & Pape, Inc., 1318
Main
Street, Cincinnati, Ohio, 45210. For further information, please
contact
W. Kevin Pape, President, at wkpape@.... An Equal Opportunity
Employer.

Archaeological Technicians Needed!

Giacobbe, John <JGiacobbe@...>
 

The Phoenix Office of Stantec Consulting, Inc., is looking for several
individuals to serve as archaeological technicians on several projects in
the Phoenix area. Our first project begins on Monday, November 29th, so we
hope to fill at least some of the positions before then, but will be taking
applications for the foreseeable future.

For our first project we are seeking individuals to help us out with a
archaeological pedestrian survey of approximately 1,500 acres along the New
River drainage. The rate of pay is $10.00 per hour. Experience with the
identification of artifacts is essential, regional experience would be
valuable (Southwestern United States), and the ability to walk long
distances will be required!

More information is available upon request, or send vitae to:

John Giacobbe at:
(602) 707-4716, or
jgiacobbe@...

Stantec Consulting, Inc.
7776 Pointe Parkway West, Suite 290
Phoenix, Arizona, 85044

Additional positions will become available in the future. Stantec Consulting
is an international consulting firm with over 2500 employees, with
approximately 500 folks working in the Southwest at our Phoenix, Tucson,
Reno, Las Vegas, and Sacramento offices.

The Environmental Management Division of Stantec Consulting provides
comprehensive environmental consulting services to major clients including
the military, Native American groups and other private firms. Our staff of
National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) specialists, planners, soil
scientists, hydrogeologists, chemical engineers, social scientists,
archaeologists, wildlife and aquatic biologists, environmental regulation
and policy specialists provide a tremendous depth of specialized talent and
resources to meet the growing needs and complex environmental regulatory
standards and requirement of our clients. As a knowledge-based organization,
we proudly recognize our more than 2,500 employees as our most valuable
resource, and ultimately they determine our reputation and vitality.


John A. Giacobbe
Archaeology & Environmental Science
Stantec Consulting, Inc., Phoenix, Arizona
(602) 438-2200
jgiacobbe@...
http://www.doitnow.com/~cerci/index.html

Late announcement for Hawaii job

R. Joe Brandon <rjoe_brandon@...>
 

Sorry folks this job posting from about a week ago got lost in my mail box. I have been working on a CD for an upcoming book and was not watching my mail carefully. If any other employers have also sent job postings directly to me recently and have not seen them up yet, please re-send them. Sorry for any inconvenience. Also do not forget the shovelbums bookstore is now online (addres is in the sig file).

Best,

R. Joe

Garcia and Associates (GANDA), a cultural and natural resources consulting
firm, needs experienced field archaeologists for upcoming projects in
Hawai'i. Previous experience in Hawaiian archaeology and construction
monitoring preferred.

If interested please call Alice Roberts at (808) 597-8865,
or e-mail her at alicer@...,
or fax your resume to (808) 597-8864.

VA work

R. Joe Brandon <rjoe_brandon@...>
 

FYI CEMML's archaeology job links are on the web.

<SNIP>

recently advertised for an
MA-level archaeologist/historic architect/historic preservation
specialist for a full-time position at Fort Richardson, Alaska, and we
currently have a position open for a full-time job as chief CRM support
person to the National Guard Bureau at their HQ in Arlington, VA.

WEB: http://www.cemml.colostate.edu

Employment opportunities at Monticello

Sara Bon-Harper
 

ARCHAEOLOGICAL FIELD ASSISTANTS - Monticello's Department of Archaeology
seeks Archaeological Field Assistants. The open positions run January-May
2000. Duties include archaeological survey, excavation, and field data
collection. Requirements include one year of archaeological field
experience. Candidates with at B.A. in anthropology or related field with
emphasis in archaeology are preferred. Close date: December 7th.

Send a vita, cover letter, and the names of three references to the Director
of Human Resources, Monticello, PO Box 316, Charlottesville, VA, 22902.



Sara Bon-Harper
Archaeology Field Manager
Monticello Department of Archaeology
P.O. Box 316
Charlottesville, VA 22902
(804) 984-9811
sbonharper@...

NM work

R. Joe Brandon <rjoe_brandon@...>
 

From ACRA-L

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Date: Wed, 17 Nov 1999 09:38:05 EST
From: DJSLMAS@...
To: acra-l@... (Multiple recipients of list)
Subject: Career Opportunity
Message-ID: <0.71eae999.256417cd@...>

Manager for Government Contract

Lone Mountain Archaeological Services, Inc. has an opening for an
archaeologist to oversee an on-call multiyear contract with the Bureau of
Land Management in our Albuquerque office. Applicants must have a good
rapport with the BLM and state officials, must have exceptional management,
editorial, research, and writing skills. This individual may also oversee
other projects.

Degree in archaeology/anthropology.
Minimum of 5 years experience in Cultural Resource Management.
Grasp of archaeological method and theory. Knowledge of and experience in
Southwestern archaeology and New Mexico archaeology is an advantage.
Demonstrated management experience, including ability to successfully
supervise subordinates and peers in a variety of field and in-house
circumstances, including overseeing and coordinating multiple crews and
tasks. Management experience is an advantage.
Experience with preparing research designs. Experience preparing proposals
and with budget management is a plus.
Ability to effectively implement a research design and work plan, and to
bring projects to successful and timely completion.
Flexibility and willingness to accept challenges.
Willingness to accept responsibility and to focus on solutions.
Excellent writing and analytic skills are required.
Ability to motivate, educate, and mentor.
Ability to effectively work with a variety of clients, regulators, and
other professionals.

The preceding list is not complete, but is intended to convey the types of
responsibilities and level of skills and experience required to successfully
compete for this position.

Lone Mountain is a rapidly growing, five-year old firm with offices in
Albuquerque, New Mexico; El Paso, Texas; and Tucson, Arizona. Wages are
competitive and based on education and experience but for this job range
between $35,000 and $42,000 per year. A comprehensive benefits package is
provided (health, paid leave, 401 k).

Please mail, fax, or email letter of interest, curriculum vita or resume, and
references to:

Dr. Deni Seymour
Lone Mountain Archaeological Services
2625 Pennsylvania Ave. NE, Suite 2000
Albuquerque, NM 87110

Phone: (505) 881-0011
Fax: (505) 881-0020
Email: djslmas@... (Deni Seymour)

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NW work, Indiana work, Michigan work

R. Joe Brandon <rjoe_brandon@...>
 

Also from ACRA-L

If applying for the jobs, let them know you heard about it on Shovelbums!

R. Joe

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Historical Research Associates, Inc. Seeks to Hire

STAFF AND FIELD ARCHAEOLOGISTS


Historical Research Associates, Inc. (HRA), is a company of cultural
resource and historical consultants based in Montana, with offices in
Missoula, Seattle, and Washington, D.C. Since 1974, HRA has undertaken
projects for public and private clients in various regions. Archaeologists
in the Seattle and Missoula offices work in the Pacific Northwest, Northern
Rocky Mountains, and other areas. HRA seeks several archaeologists with
experience in Cultural Resource Management (CRM) in the Northwest/Northern
Rocky Mountains, for projects in the Seattle and Missoula offices. These
positions include approximately three staff archaeologists, two field crew
supervisors, and several field and laboratory crew members. Work starts in
January 2000.

Staff Archaeologists. One staff archaeologist is needed in HRA's Missoula
office and two in the Seattle office. The staff archaeologists would work
full-time and on contract for six months, with the possibility of converting
to regular, full-time positions. Starting salary will be appropriate to a
mid-level or junior-level, depending on qualifications and experience.
Benefits include holidays, sick leave, vacation, and health and disability
insurance.

Responsibilities include conducting background research, survey and
excavation fieldwork, and laboratory analysis; writing short reports or
portions of large reports; and coordinating with other HRA staff members.
Work tasks may involve determinations of significance, evaluation of
impacts, and design of mitigation measures. This work can include all types
of cultural resources, not just prehistoric archaeological sites. Skills
include working independently, on teams, and being able to serve as a field
crew supervisor. Periodic travel, especially for fieldwork, will be
required. Field sessions often involve 10 consecutive work days separated
by 4 days off.

Preferred qualifications include a Master's degree (this is
required for
the Missoula office position) in archaeology and two years of experience in
CRM, preferably involving Section 106 compliance projects in the
Northwest/Northern Rocky Mountains. Applicants must demonstrate ability and
experience in research, survey, excavation, analysis, and writing; have good
interpersonal and communication skills; and be willing to travel often.
Familiarity with software such as MS Word, Access, Excel, and graphics
programs is helpful.

Crew Supervisors. Two crew supervisors are needed for the Seattle office
for six-month contracts. This position supervises crew members in the
performance of archaeological survey, excavation, or laboratory work;
collects and organizes field data; coordinates crew equipment, supplies, and
logistics. Qualifications include a B.A. degree in Anthropology/Archaeology
or related discipline; three years of experience in archaeological
fieldwork; knowledge of field methods and ability to conduct fieldwork
effectively; good leadership, interpersonal, and communication skills;
familiarity with computer word processing and data base systems; physical
ability to conduct fieldwork under various environmental conditions; and
willingness to travel often. Wages and any benefits will depend on
qualifications and contract needs.

Field/Lab Crew Members. Several field/lab crew members are needed for
Seattle and Missoula office projects. This position performs various tasks
on survey and excavation crews. Qualifications include a B.A. degree in
Anthropology/Archaeology or related discipline; one year of experience in
archaeological fieldwork; knowledge of field methods; interpersonal and
communications skills; ability to operate photographic equipment;
familiarity with computer word processing and data base systems; physical
ability to conduct fieldwork under various environmental conditions; and
willingness to travel often. Wages will depend on qualifications and
contract needs.


TO APPLY FOR ALL POSITIONS, PLEASE SEND COVER LETTER, RESUME, AND LIST OF RE
FERENCES; FOR STAFF-LEVEL POSITIONS, INCLUDE A WRITING SAMPLE:

(Seattle office positions)
Mr. James Carter
Historical Research Associates, Inc.
119 Pine Street, Suite 207
Seattle, WA 98101
206-343-0226 voice, 206-343-0249 fax, jcarter@...

(Missoula office positions)
Mr. Weber Greiser
Historical Research Associates, Inc.
P.O. Box 7086
Missoula, MT 59807-7086
406-721-1958 voice, 406-721-1964 fax, wgreiser@...


DEADLINE: December 10, 1999


HRA is an EEO employer. Our website can be found at the following URL:
http://www.hrassoc.com/

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Here is a Position Announcement that we would like posted on ACRA-L. Please
let me know if I am to submit it in a different way.


POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT

SENIOR ARCHAEOLOGIST
&
SUPERVISING ARCHAEOLOGIST


Archaeological Investigations Northwest, Inc. (AINW), currently has two
regular, full-time positions open at its Portland, Oregon, office.

Senior Archaeologist position: Minimum requirements include an MA or MS
degree in anthropology or closely related field and 5 to 8 years of
archaeological experience.

Supervising Archaeologist position: Minimum requirements include an MA or
MS degree in anthropology or closely related field and 3 to 5 years of
archaeological experience.

For a detailed position announcement, please use the following contact
information:
By phone: Call Geri Stewart at 503-761-6605
e-mail: JobInfo@...
Mail: AINW
2632 SE 162nd Avenue
Portland, OR 97236

If you are interested in applying for either position, please send a letter
of interest and availability, a current resume/vita, and the names and
contact information of three references that can provide information about
your capabilities and employment experience. AINW's web site can provide
information about the firm: www.ainw.com. If you have questions regarding
the positions, you may telephone (503-761-6605) or e-mail Jo Reese
(jo@...) or John L. Fagan (john@...).

There are no closing dates on the positions. The positions will be filled
when the appropriate candidate has been selected, so we encourage those
interested to respond as soon as possible.

AINW is an Equal Opportunity Employer and does not discriminate
against any employee or applicant for employment
based on race, color, religion, gender, national origin, age, or handicap.


Thank you,

Geri (for Jo Reese)
Archaeological Investigations Northwest, Inc. (AINW)



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Historic Preservation Specialist

Indiana University of Pennsylvania

Position available for a historic preservation specialist who will provide
technical and logistical support to PennDOTs entire cultural resource team
of 15 archaeologists and architectural historians. Other major duties
include design of a web site for the dissemination of information to the
public, creation of a communication system, and PennDOT's representative on
the PHMC/PennDOT GIS initiative. Candidates must meet the professional
qualification standards defined in the Secretary of Interiors Standards.

Salary range is from $33,033 to $38,000 with an excellent benefit package.

Contact Dr. Beverly Chiarulli, Director, IUP Archaeological Services, at
724-357-7623 (e-mail: bevc@...). See www.iup.edu/humres/jobline
for complete position announcement.

Closing Date: Until filled

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On 11-9-99 Commonwealth Cultural Resources Group Inc. (CCRG) advertised for
Field Crew and Crew Chief positions. As clarification we offer the following

Pay - $10.00 to $11.00/hr for field crew
$12.00 to $13.00/hr for Crew Chiefs

Per Diem - @27.50/day (single rooms included)

Duration - 4 to 6 weeks (with possibility for longer duration)

Projects to start immediately. Please contact:

Ms. Mary Jeakle
Logistic Coordinator
Commonwealth Cultural Resources Group Inc.
2530 Spring Arbor Rd.
Jackson, Michigan 49203
Phone: 800 731-3550
Fax: 517 788-6594
E-mail: mjeakle@...


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Full time Iowa work

R. Joe Brandon <rjoe_brandon@...>
 

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Please Post! POSITION OPENING
Please Distribute!

PROJECT ARCHAEOLOGIST
GENERAL CONTRACTS PROGRAM

Position: Project Archaeologist, General Contracts Program (GCP), Office of
the State Archaeologist. This is a full-time, 100 percent, benefited
appointment at the Research Assistant III level at the University of Iowa.

Basic Responsibilities: Conduct archaeological investigations for Phase I,
II, and III survey, site testing, and data recovery undertakings for local
and state units of government; federal agencies; and private sector
clients. Project Archaeologists report to and coordinate activities with
the GCP Director but are responsible for the day-to-day organization and
timely execution of field investigations, laboratory analyses, and report
preparation. Applicants must be familiar with Section 106 legislation and
be able to independently prepare high quality reports with the goal of
determining site eligibility to the National Register of Historic Places
for federal agency and SHPO review. The work primarily involves projects in
Iowa although the potential exists for project work in Missouri, Illinois,
Wisconsin, and Minnesota (typically within a 6 hour radius of Iowa City).
Extensive travel during the week required; weekend overnight stays away
from Iowa City are rare.

Required Qualifications: Applicants must meet or exceed the minimum
professional qualifications defined by the Secretary of the Interior's
Professional Qualification Standards for Archaeology (36CFR61) including a
graduate degree in archaeology, anthropology, or a closely related field
(M.A./M.S. required, Ph.D. a plus); at least one year of post-graduate
degree supervisory experience in Plains/Midwest archaeology; demonstrated
ability to carry research (field, lab, and reporting) to completion in a
timely and high quality manner; experience directing archaeological crews
up to 12 persons in size; and ability to work effectively in a diverse
environment.

Desired Qualifications: Registered Professional Archaeologist (RPA).
Experience with Word, Excel, Access, ArcView GIS, and CorelDRAW computer
applications on PC-based platforms. Previous experience with Iowa cultural
resource management projects. Individuals with experience in lithic
analysis, geoarchaeology, or faunal analysis are especially encouraged to
apply, although other specialties will be considered. Previous experience
in contract administration, marketing, agency or tribal consultation,
supervising field schools, other teaching, or museum-related curation work
not required but considered a plus.

This is a full-time University of Iowa Professional and Scientific position
in a great work environment with an excellent benefits package (five weeks
paid vacation per year, TIAA-CREF retirement plan with significant
University contribution, health/dental/life insurance coverage) and an
estimated base full-time salary of $30,290 to $35,248 depending on
experience and qualifications. Anticipated start date is February 21, 2000.

Applicants should refer to posting #40162 and send a current CV detailing
experience, statement of interest and special skills, and the
names/addresses/telephone/e-mail of three references to:

John F. Doershuk, Ph.D., RPA
Director, General Contracts Program
Office of the State Archaeologist
University of Iowa
700 Clinton Street Building
Iowa City, Iowa 52242-1030

The University of Iowa is an Equal Employment Opportunity/Affirmative
Action Employer. Women and minorities are encouraged to apply.
Applications must be received by December 30, 1999.
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Story by R. Joe "Y1K" about the 1st millennium bug as featured on
macaddicts web site :
http://www.macaddict.com/exclusive/9911/story.y1k.html
PDF version now available at http://www.cast.uark.edu/~rjoe/y1k.html

R. Joe Brandon
1-614-847-1202
http://www.cast.uark.edu/~rjoe
mailto:rjoe_brandon@...
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Archaeological Field Technician Openings

tracyandheather <millises@...>
 

Position Available: Archaeological Field Technician

TRC Garrow Associates, Inc. (TRC) is currently seeking qualified
individuals to serve as archaeological technicians on several projects
throughout the Southeast and Middle Atlantic regions. Successful
applicants for this position must have a BA in Anthropology or related
field and a minimum of one year of field experience. Anyone interested
and available should mail, fax, or email a current resume to Heather
Millis at:

TRC Garrow Associates, Inc.
6340 Quadrangle Drive, Suite 200
Chapel Hill, NC 27514
(919) 419-7501 (fax)
hmillis@... (email)

Update on Hawaii word

R. Joe Brandon <rjoe_brandon@...>
 

Folks,

I got this today....and no, IMHO watching "Aloha from Hawaii" 20
times will not count as experience.

Best,

R. Joe

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Garcia and Associates has had an overwhelming response to the job
announcement for field archaeology positions in Hawaii. Please do not send
your resume unless you have professional experience in Hawaii or the
Pacific. Thank you.

Sincerely,
Alice Roberts
Garcia & Associates
729B Emily St.
Honolulu, HI 96813
(808) 597-8865
(808) 597-8864 Fax
http://www.garciaandassociates.com

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Story by R. Joe & D. Baird "Y1K" about the 1st millennium bug as featured on
MacAddicts web site : http://www.macaddict.com/exclusive/9911/story.y1k.html
PDF/text versions now available at http://www.cast.uark.edu/~rjoe/y1k.html

R. Joe Brandon
1-614-847-1202
mailto:rjoe_brandon@...
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short-term survey crew

Deborah Huntley <deb_huntley@...>
 

ASM Affiliates, Inc., seeks experienced crew for short-term (3-day)
archaeological survey near Albuquerque, New Mexico. This project will run
from Wednesday, December 1 through Friday, December 3. The pay rate is $10
per hour and we prefer to hire locals as there is no per diem. If
interested please contact Deb Huntley via e-mail
at(deb_huntley@...).

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GAI Field Work

culture@...
 

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Let them know you heard about it on
Shovelbums!
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GAI Consultants will be hiring 4 experienced field technicians for Phase III
work in West Virginia. This project starts 11/29/99. Please fax or
email resume with references.

email: culture@...
fax: 412 372-2161 / attention: Anne/Cultural Resour

Phoenix work

R. Joe Brandon <rjoe_brandon@...>
 

[let them know you heard about it on Shovelbums]

This came across from ACRA-L.

One request. Someone recently wrote asking that employers be sure to
include their snail mail addresses along with job postings to this
list as some of the field techs do not have easy access to fax
machines.

Best,

R. Joe

At 7:02 PM -0600 11/23/99, acra-l@... wrote:
Date: Tue, 23 Nov 1999 11:54:59 -0700
From: Mike Collins <MCOLLINS@...>
To: "'acra-l@...'" <acra-l@...>
Message-ID: <1799DD264501D211847000A0C9AC0203040EC1@EEC-PHX>

Hello all. Sorry in advance for any duplicate listings. Engineering and
Environmental Consultants Inc. (EEC) is looking for a part-time (may
lead to full-time) cultural resource specialist for our Phoenix office.
Mid level professional with experience in NHPA and NAGPRA
consulting/compliance needed. Interested parties please email or fax
qualifications. Thanks.


Michael Collins
Engineering and Environmental Consultants Inc. (EEC)
3501 North 16th Street Phoenix, Arizona 85016
Phone: (602) 248-7702 Fax: (602) 248-7851
Toll Free Pager: (877) 570-3341

Work in Vicksburg

R. Joe Brandon <rjoe_brandon@...>
 

Needed: US Army Corps of Engineers, Vicksburg District, is seeking a
College grad with CRM experience (fieldwork and reporting) to work as a
contract employee for six month terms (renewable). Pay is approximately

$27K, no benefits. Work will be conducted in MS, LA and AR, and will
involve data management, records reviews and involvement on prehistoric,

historic, and underwater archeology projects as well as cemetery
studies,
Native American consultation, and architectural recordation. Anticipate
work
beginning on or about 1 January 2000. Send vitae to:

Tad Britt
CEMVK-PP-PQ
4155 E. Clay St.
Vicksburg, MS
39183-3435
or
Tad.Britt@...


[let them know you heard about it on shovelbums!]

Indiana work - Immediate

markbranst@...
 

Have openings for 3-4 technicians to work Thursday thru Sunday, and again next week thru weekend. Job is in NW Indiana, near Plymouth.

Wages: $15/hr plus per diem and housing. All shovel testing in open agricultural field. Interested in people who can sign on for whole thing, or just a few days. Trying to beat the weather. If interested, E-mail immediately or call me at 1-517-655-3975.

Mark C. Branstner
Great Lakes Research, Inc.

[let them know you heard about this job on Shovelbums!]

Position Announcement - Historian/Architectural Historian

R. Joe Brandon <rjoe_brandon@...>
 

From ACRA-L

If applying, let the know you heard about it on Shovelbums!


Historian/Architectural Historian

Gray & Pape, Inc., has a position open for an
Historian/Architectural Historian in their Cincinnati, Ohio, office.
An M.A. in History, Historic Preservation, Architectural History,
Geography, or related field is required along with experience in CRM
project implementation. Experience in the Midwest is preferred. The
job will involve preparation of historic contexts, documentation and
assessment of architectural resources, historical research for
compliance reports, and the preparation of National Register
nominations and historic preservation tax credit applications. This
person will work under the supervision of a Principal Investigator.
This person must be able to demonstrate ability to work effectively
within constraints of project schedules and budgets. The position
also requires a basic knowledge of the Section 106 review process.
The ability to write clear, concise, and thorough CRM technical
reports is essential, as is the ability to work on multiple projects
simul!
!
taneously.
Communication skills and an ability to effectively work in a
project team are a must. Basic computer skills (i.e., word
processing, database, and spreadsheet programs) are essential.
Other skills that will be given serious consideration include
preservation planning, material culture analysis, GIS, and technical
preservation expertise.
Gray & Pape, Inc., offers a competitive pay and benefits
package, including paid holidays, paid vacation and sick leave, and
health and disability insurance. After one year of employment,
regular employees are eligible for a profit-sharing retirement plan.
Send a current resume, three references from persons in the CRM
field, and an example of recent CRM technical writing (not to be
returned) to Gray & Pape, Inc., 1318 Main Street, Cincinnati, Ohio,
45210. For further information please contact Rita Walsh at
rwalsh@.... An Equal Opportunity Employer.


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Southern California field tech wanted

collinoneill@...
 

ASM Affiliates, Inc. currently has one field tech position open from December 6, 1999 through January 4, 2000. The job site is located in Camp Pendleton on the coast of Northern San Diego County. Applicants must have a bachelor's degree in anthropology/archaeology with field experience, preferably in Southern California. Please call Collin O'Neill at (760)632-1094 or (949)495-9669, or Seetha Reddy, Principal Investigator at (760)632-1094 for details. If available, e-mail or fax a resume to collinoneill@... or (760)632-0913. This position may be extended through January 27.

Collin O'Neill
Associate Archaeologist
ASM Affiliates, Inc.
543 Encinitas Blvd Suite 114
Encinitas, CA 92024
(760)632-1094 (voice)
(760)632-0913 (fax)
collinoneill@...
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Colorado forest service work

R. Joe Brandon <rjoe_brandon@...>
 

This was sent to me over the weekend....

Let them know you heard about it on Shovelbums

USAJOBS CONTROL NO
TE1683
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ARCHEOLOGIST
OPEN PERIOD 12/02/1999 -
12/23/1999
SERIES/GRADE: GS-0193-07/09
SALARY: $ 26,998 TO $ 33,026, ANNUAL PROMOTION POTENTIAL: GS-09
ANNOUNCEMENT NUMBER: R215-005-00DEMO

HIRING AGENCY: USDA, Forest Service
DUTY LOCATIONS: 0001 GLENWOOD SPRINGS, CO

REMARKS: OPEN TO THE GENERAL PUBLIC.
APPLICATIONS MUST BE POSTMARKED BY THE CLOSING DATE.
PLEASE SEE FULL TEXT ANNOUNCEMENT PRIOR TO APPLYING.
BEING ADVERTISED CONCURRENTLY W/ R215-006-00G, ONLY ONE
POSITION.


CONTACT: CANDE READ
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UNITED STATES DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE
United States Forest Service
White River National Forest

Recruitment Notice No.: R215-005-00DEMO

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* The Forest Service has Legislative authority to recruit and fill
Permanent*
* (Career-Conditional) and Term Appointments under the USDA
Demonstration *
* Project. Under this project, interested individuals need not
have *
* present or previous status as a Federal employee in order to
apply. *
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OPENING DATE: 12/02/1999
CLOSING DATE: 12/23/1999

POSITION: Archeologist, GS-0193-07/09

SALARY: GS-07: $25,501 Annual Base Salary, ($12.22 per hour), locality
pay
for this duty location is 5.87%, adjusted annual salary will be $26,998
($12.94 per hour). GS-09: $31,195 Annual Base Salary, ($14.95 per
hour),
locality pay for this duty lo
cation is 5.87%, adjusted annual salary will be $33,026 ($15.82 per
hour).

DUTY LOCATION: White River National Forest, Supervisor's Office, 900
Grand
Avenue, Glenwood Springs, Colorado.

APPLICATIONS WILL BE ACCEPTED FROM: Any U.S. citizen 18 years or
older. All
male applicants born after December 31, 1959, must have registered for
the
selective service. If selected for this position, the applicant must
sign a
statement certifying hi
s registration.

Current or former Federal employees certified as surplus or displaced,
or
identified in affected positions in the commuting area of the vacancy
and who
are covered under the Forest Service's Career Transition Assistance
Program
(CTAP) or the Interagency
Career Transition Assistance Program (ICTAP) may be entitled to receive

special priority selection.

This position is being advertised concurrently under internal agency
merit
promotion procedures through vacancy announcement R215-006-00G. Only
one
position will be filled.

PROMOTION POTENTIAL: The target level of this position is GS-09. If
the
position is filled at the GS-07 level, the incumbent may be promoted to
the
target grade without further competition, based upon meeting OPM's
Qualification Standards for GS Posit
ions, time-in-grade, training, and satisfactory performance.

MAJOR DUTIES: At the full performance level the incumbent of this
position is
responsible for the inventory, evaluation, and advice on cultural
resource
management, including determination of effects of projects on cultural
resources and recommends mit
igation. This includes providing advice on identification and
management of
cultural resources; designing inventory strategies as part of the land
use
planning process; organizing, supervising, or directly performing
inventory of
areas; reviews archeol
ogical reports; determines eligibility of historical properties for the
National Register of Historic Places; provides cultural resource
management
orientation; interprets cultural resources; and develops contract
specifications for cultural resource wo
rk and acts as a Contracting Officers Representative or inspector on
these
contracts.

QUALIFICATION REQUIRED: Applicants must meet qualification requirements

specified in the Office of Personnel Management's Qualification
Standards
Handbook for the 0193 series at the GS-05 or GS-07 level. This handbook
can
be found in any Federal gover
nment personnel office or on-line at www.opm.gov/qualifications.

Specifically qualifications are:

A. 1. Successful completion of a Bachelor's degree: that included three

semester hours each in the following course areas: History of
archeology;
Archeology of a major geographical area such as North America or Africa;

Regional archeology, archeologic
al cultures, or sites in a specific part or portion of a major
geographical
area to acquire or develop a foundation for regional specialization for
professional development; Theory and methods of archeology (methods
include,
but are not limited to, typo
logy, classification, sampling, cultural evolution, diffusion, dating,
and
analytical techniques); and Archeological field school, to provide a
basic
understanding of theoretical and practical approaches to research design

implementation, field preserva
tion techniques, and report preparation by participation in actual field
work.
AND six semester hours of related course work in: geography, geology,
or
cultural geography; history, historiography, or historical archeology;
environm!
!
ental studies; scientific writing (nonfiction English composition);
and/or
surveying; AND Archeological field school.
OR
2. Successful completion of a Bachelor's degree in a related
curriculum
such as anthropology (with emphasis on ethnology, physical anthropology,
or
scientific linguistics), history, American studies, or a related
discipline
may be accepted as satis
fying in full the educational requirements, provided the curriculum
supplied
academic course work sufficiently similar to the requirements in A.1
(including archeological field school).
OR
Four years of archeological work experience that demonstrated a thorough

knowledge of the fundamental principles and theories of professional
archeology. The work experience must have included archeology field
experience, which may include that gained i
n an archeological field school. Field experience should have included a

combination of professional experience in archeological survey,
excavation,
laboratory analysis, and preparation of written materials. Applicants
with
such field experience should,
after additional experience under the direction of a higher grade
archeologist, be able to demonstrate the ability to be a crew chief,
directing
the work of others at a single location as a part of a larger
archeological
project.

IN ADDITION TO THE ABOVE REQUIREMENTS, APPLICANTS FOR THE GS-07 LEVEL
MUST
ALSO:
A. Have at least one year of specialized experience at least equivalent
to
the GS-05 level.
OR
B. Have one years of progressively higher level graduate education.
OR
C. Have Superior Academic Achievement.

IN ADDITION TO THE ABOVE REQUIREMENTS, APPLICANTS FOR THE GS-09 LEVEL
MUST
ALSO:
A. Have at least one year of specialized experience at least equivalent
to
the GS-07 level.
OR
B. Have two years of progressively higher level graduate education
leading to
a master's degree or a master's or equivalent graduate degree.

Specialized experience is experience that equipped the applicant with
the
particular knowledge, skills, and abilities to perform successfully the
duties
of the position and that is typically in or related to the work of the
position to be filled. Appli
cants who have the 1 year of appropriate specialized experience, are not

required to have general experience, education above the high school
level, or
any additional specialized experience to meet the minimum qualification
requirements.

Graduate education must demonstrate the knowledge, skills, and abilities

necessary to do the work of the position to receive credit.

Superior Academic Achievement may be used to qualify for the GS-07 level
for
persons who have completed (or expect to complete within 9 months) all
the
requirements for a bachelor's degree from and accredited college or
university. Superior Academic Ac
hievement may be based upon class standing, grade-point average or honor

society membership. To be based upon class standing the applicant must
be in
the upper third of the graduating class in the college, university, or
major
subdivision, such as the
College of Liberal Arts or the School of Business administration, based
on
completed courses. To be based upon grade point average applicants must
have
a grade-point average of 3.0 or higher out of a possible 4.0 as recorded
on
their official transcrip
t or as computed based on 4 years of education or as computed based on
courses
completed during the final 2 years of the curriculum; or 3.5 or higher
out of
a possible 4.0 based on the average of the required courses completed in
th!
!
e major field or the required courses in the major field completed
during the
final 2 years of the curriculum. To be based on membership in a
national
scholastic honor society the honor society should be listed in the
Association
of College Honor Socie
ties: Booklet of Information (1992-95) and/or Baird's Manual of
American
College Fraternities (1991). Membership in a freshman honor society
cannot be
used to met the requirements of this provision.

Combinations of successfully completed post-high school education and
experience may be used to meet requirements.

Applicants will be evaluated based on the quality and extent to which
their
experience and education show possession of the qualifications required.

Credit will be given for the percentage of time that applicants have
spent on
those specialized duties l
isted. Please provide those percentages if your position involves mixed

duties, i.e., where only a portion of your work experience would be
creditable
for this position. Evaluation will be based upon information submitted
in the
application package re
ceived or postmarked on or before the closing date of this announcement.


For CTAP and ICTAP eligibles: well-qualified is defined as (1) meeting
the
qualification standards, supplemental qualifications, quality ranking
factors,
and physical qualifications or (2) is rated by the Agency to be above
minimally qualified under th
e Agency's specific selection process.

PAY, BENEFITS AND WORK SCHEDULE: This is a permanent full time
career-conditional appointment. Selectee will be eligible for health
and life
insurance, annual (vacation) and sick leave and will be covered under
the
Federal Employees Retirement System.


OTHER INFORMATION:

Transfer of Station/Relocation expenses will not be paid for current
temporary
employees.

Veterans Preference: Generally, preference is granted to veterans who
entered
the military service prior to October 14, 1976; or served on active duty

during the period from August 2, 1990, through January 2, 1992, and who
is
otherwise eligible; or who
have served in a military action for which they received a Campaign
Badge or
Expeditionary Medal. This includes the Armed Forces Expeditionary Medal

(AFEM) awarded to those who participated in Operation Joint Endeavor or
Operation Joint Guard. Also,
you may be entitled to veterans preference if you are a disabled
veteran; you
have received a Purple Heart; you are the spouse or mother of a disabled

veteran; or you are the widow, widower, or mother of a deceased
veteran. You
will need to submit a St
andard Form (SF) 15 and proof of your claim.

HOW TO APPLY: The following information MUST be submitted to evaluate
applicant qualifications and to determine if applicants meet legal
requirements for Federal employment. (All forms that are not attached
to this
announcement may be found on-line at
www.opm.gov/forms/index.htm.)

1. OF-612, Optional Application for Federal Employment Form, resume,
curriculum vitae, or any other written format you choose, showing the
recruitment notice number at the top your application package.
(REQUIRED)
When preparing your application, be su
re to describe any experience you might have which is directly related
to the
duties of this position. Provide percentages of time if your position
is a
mixed duties position where not all your work experience would be
creditable
for this position. Cr
edit will be given for the percentage of time that you have spent on
those
specialized duties listed. TO RECEIVE CREDIT FOR JOB RELATED TRAINING
COURSES, SKILLS, CURRENT CERTIFICATES OF LICENSES, HONORS, AWARDS AND
SPECIAL
ACCOMPLISHMENTS, LIST EACH IT
EM SEPARATELY BY TITLE, HOURS, DAYS AND DATES. If you submit a resume
or any
other form of written correspondence, it must contain the following
information:

A. Job Information - Announcement number, title, and grade(s) of
the job
for which you are applying.

B. Personal Information - Full name, mailing address, day and
evening
phone numbers with area code, social security number, country of
citizenship,
and the following if applicable; veterans' preference, proof of federal
employment, reinstatement eligi
bility and highest federal civilian grade and series held.

C. Education - High school (name, city, state, and zip code), date
of
diploma or GED, colleges and universities (name, city, state, and zip
code),
majors, type and year of degrees received (if no degree, show total
semester
or quarter hours earned).
A copy of ALL your college transcript should be submitted.

D. Work Experience - Give the following information for paid and
volunteer work experience related to the job for which you are
applying: job
title, (include series and grade if federal job), duties and
responsibilities,
employer's name and address,
supervisor's name and phone number, starting and ending dates (month and

year), hours per week, and salary. Do not send job descriptions.
Please
indicate if we may contact your current supervisor.

2. OF-306, Declaration for Federal Employment. (Required)

3. Transcripts from any high school and ALL post-high school educational

institutions attended. Provide semester/quarter hours information and
grade
point average (GPA). If a course title is not indicative of the course
contents, you MUST provide a br
ief description of the course contents to receive credit for the course.

(Required)

4. Copy of DD-214, Report of Separation from Active Duty, must be
received
with your application package if you are claiming veterans' preference
and
must show an honorable discharge. Additional documentation may be
required.
If you have questions con
cerning documents needed, please contact the person identified below.

5. SF-15, Claim for 10-Point Veteran, as well as proof required on
reverse of
form, if you are claiming compensable disability preference.

6. USDA Applicant Supplemental Sheet, AD-1086 (Optional)

7. Most recent copy of SF-50B, Notification of Personnel Action, or
equivalent
if you are a current of former Federal employee.

8. CTAP/ICTAP Eligibles: You must submit a copy of the RIF separation
notice
or Certificate of Expected Separation (CES) and current (or last
performance)
rating of record of at least fully successful or equivalent along with
your
application.

Incomplete, illegible, inaccurate, or unsigned forms will result in you
not
being considered for this position. Please fill out the application
carefully
and be sure to sign and return the forms within the assigned timeframe.

SUBMIT OUR APPLICATION PACKAGE TO: To receive consideration for this
position, applications must be postmarked on or before the closing date.

Applications postmarked after the closing date will not be considered.
Faxed
applications to our number belo
w must be received by close of business (4:30 P.M. Mountain Time) the
day the
vacancy closes.

Hand carried or mailed: USDA, Forest Service
ATTN: Cande Read-15-005
2250 Hwy 50
Delta, CO 81416

FAXed: 970-874-6686 ATTN: Cande Read-15-005

From IBM: cread/r2,gmug

E-mail: Cande.Read/r2_gmug@...

You may verify receipt of your application by enclosing a self-addressed
post
card. Additional information may be obtained by contacting Cande Read
at
(970) 874-6609. Hearing impaired applicants may contact our TDD number
at
(970) 874-6660. Collect c
alls will not be accepted.

Use of postage paid government agency envelopes to file job applications
is a
violation of federal laws and regulations. Applications submitted in
postage
paid government envelopes will not be accepted.

OTHER IMPORTANT INFORMATION:

BARGAINING UNIT STATUS: This position is NOT included in the NFFE
Consolidated Bargaining Unit.

AVAILABILITY OF FOREST SERVICE AFFILIATED DAY CARE FACILITIES: None.

AVAILABILITY OF GOVERNMENT HOUSING: None.

"The U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) prohibits discrimination in
all its
programs and activities on the basis of race, color, national origin,
gender,
religion, age, disability, political beliefs, sexual orientation, and
martial
or family status.
(Not all prohibited bases apply to all programs.) Persons with
disabilities
who require alternative means for communication of program information
(Braille, large print, audiotape, etc.) should contact USDA's TARGET
Center at
(202) 720-2600 (voice and
TDD).

To file a complaint of discrimination, write USDA, Director, Office of
Civil
Rights, Room 326-W, Whitten Building, 14th and Independence Avenue, SW,
Washington, DC 20250-9410 or call (202) 720-5964 (voice or TDD). USDA
is an
equal opportunity provider
and employer."




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AD-1086
FORM APPROVED
OMB NO. 0505-009
CASE FILE
NUMBER:_________________________________________________________
(FOR OFFICE USE ONLY)

U.S. DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE APPLICANT SUPPLEMENTAL SHEET

Applicants for positions with the U.S. Department of Agriculture
(USDA)
are requested to provide the following information for statistical
purposes
only. The information will be used to evaluate USDA'S recruitment and
hiring
activities. Public
Law 93-579 (Privacy Act of 1974) permits solicitation of personal
information.
SUBMISSION OF THIS INFORMATION IS VOLUNTARY. Your failure to do so
will not
affect the processing of your application. Your cooperation is
appreciated.

1. Which of the following best describes your current employment status?

(Check no more than two.)

__ 01 College/university teaching or research
__ 02 Private Industry
__ 03 State/local government
__ 04 Federal government
__ 05 Member of the military
__ 06 Unemployed
__ 07 Current USDA employee
__ 08 Other:___________________________________

2.Which of the following describes your veteran preference status?(Check
One).

__ 01 None __ 04 10 point compensable
__ 02 5 point __ 05 10 point other
__ 03 10 point disability __ 06 10 point/30%compensable

3.Which of the following describes your race/national origin? (Check
one.)

__ A American Indian/Alaskan Native
__ B Asian or Pacific Islander
__ C Black, not of Hispanic origin
__ D Hispanic
__ E White, not of Hispanic Origin
__ Y Not Hispanic, Puerto Rico
__ Q All Other Asian or Pacific Islander in Hawaii

4.Which of the following best describes your disability status?
(Select all that apply.)

__ 01 No disability __ 06 Complete paralysis
__ 02 Hearing impairment __ 07 Convulsive disorder
__ 03 Vision impairment __ 08 Mental retardation
__ 04 Missing extremities __ 09 Mental or emotional
illness
__ 05 Partial paralysis __ 10 Severe distortion of
limbs
and/or spine
__ 11 I have a disability not listed

5. Are you: (Check one.) __ Male __ Female

THANK YOU FOR FILLING OUT THIS FORM

According to the Paperwork Reduction Act of 1995, no persons are
required to respond to a collection of information unless it displays a
valid OMB control number. The valid OMB control number for this
information collection is 0505-0009. The time required to complete this
information collection is estimated to average 5 minutesper response,
including the time for reviewing instructions,searching existing
data sources, gathering and maintaing the data needed,and completing and
reviewing the collection of information.

THE DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER

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Vacancy Announcement

DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE (USDA)
USDA, FOREST SERVICE


Vacancy Announcement Number: NA-026-99D

Opening Date: 12/02/99
Closing Date: 12/31/99

Position: ARCHEOLOGIST
GS-0193-11

Salary: $41,726 per year (pay rates for 2000 have not been set at this
time)

Duty Location: 1 vacancy at Milford, Pennsylvania

This position is a full-time TERM position, not-to-exceed two years, on
the staff of the USDA Forest Service Northeastern Area's, State and
Private Forestry (NA) field office, located at the Grey Towers National
Historic Landmark, in Milford, Pennsylvania.

Applications will be accepted from: Open to all qualified persons.

Major Duties:
The person in this position will have assignments that include the
protection and analysis of the cultural resources of a National Historic
Landmark, Grey Towers, during a major restoration/renovation program.
The incumbent is expected to perform work tasks such as cultural
resource surveys in the Delaware Valley area of Northeast Pennsylvania,
completing surveys to identify cultural resources in the path of
construction in the Grey Towers gardens, and to operate as the sole
professional archeologist at Grey Towers with direct contacts to the
Pennsylvania Historic and Museum Commission and the Advisory Council for
Historic Preservation for cultural resource compliance. The work
requires the incumbent to interpret available data in terms of the
variables involved and to extend and modify procedures to resolve
complex issues. The purpose of the work is to plan,carry out,and provide
advice to the Grey Towers Site Manager,including developing a Landmark
program for cultural resources management and assisting with policy
formulation, developing immediate and long range objectives, planning
for integration with resource activities, and in the establishment of
archeology priorities.

Qualifications Required:
In order to qualify for this position, all applicants must have
successfully completed both the following Basic Requirement and the
Specialized Requirement.

Basic Requirement: A degree in Archeology which includes three semester
hours in each of the following course areas: (1) History of Archeology;
(2) Archeology of a major geographical area such as North America or
Africa; (3) Regional archeology, archeology cultures, or sites in a
specific part or portion of a major geographical area to acquire or
develop a foundation for regional specialization for professional
development; (4) Theory and methods of archeology, and (5) Archeology
Field School - to provide a basic understanding of theoretical and
practical approaches to research design implementation/field
preservation techniques/report preparation by participation in actual
field work - AND - six semester hours of related course work in
geography/geology/cultural geography; history/historiography/historical
archeology; environmental studies; scientific writing, and/or surveying
- AND - archeological field school.

Specialized Requirement:
After meeting the above Basic Requirement, to then qualify at the GS-11
grade level, it is necessary to have 3 full years of progressively
higher level graduate education or a Ph.D or equivalent doctoral degree
- OR - have one year of specialized experience at least equivalent to
the GS-09 grade level. Specialized experience is considered to be
experience which has equipped the applicant with the particular
knowledges,skills,and abilities to perform successfully the duties of
the position and which is typically in, or related to, the work of the
position to be filled.

To qualify based on education, submit copy of transcript or list of
courses
with credit hours, major(s), and grade-point average or class ranking.
Application materials will not be returned.

Credit will be given for all appropriate qualifying experience
regardless of
whether compensation was received or whether the experience was gained
as a
part-time or full-time occupation. Full-time work is generally
considered to
be 35 to 40 hours of work per week. Part-time experience will be
credited on
the basis of time actually spent in appropriate activities. Applicants
wishing to receive credit for such experience must indicate clearly the
nature of their duties and responsibilities in each position and the
number
of hours a week spent in such employment.

Knowledges, Skills and Abilities Required:
Candidates must possess the Selective Placement Factors listed below in
order to receive consideration for this position. These selective
placement
factors are basic to, and essential for, satisfactory performance on the

job, i.e., a prerequisite to appointment. Candidates who do not possess
these selective placement factors will not be referred for further
consideration:

(1) Professional knowledge of archeological principles, practices, and
concepts,
with a specialization in historic archeology in the mid-Atlantic
region.

(2) Ability to complete cultural resource compliance requirements, field
work, and reports, at a landmark site during major construction program,
with time constraints.

Candidates must submit a narrative statement on a separate page which
specifies how the above Selective Placement Factors have been met.

Basis of Rating:
For CTAP and ICTAP, well-qualified means that the applicant meets the
qualification standard and eligibility requirements for the position,
meets
minimum educational and experience requirements, meets all selective
factors
where applicable, and is able to satisfactorily perform the duties of
the
position upon entry.

Pay, Benefits and Work Schedule:
All Federal employees are required by PL 104-134 to have Federal
payments
made by Direct Deposit.

Conditions of Employment:
Under Executive Order 11935, only United States citizens and nationals
(residents of American Samoa and Swains Island) may compete for civil
service jobs. Agencies are permitted to hire noncitizens only in very
limited circumstances where there are no qualified citizens available
for
the position.

As a condition of employment, male applicants born after December 31,
1959,
must certify that they have registered with the Selective Service
System, or
are exempt from having to do so under the Selective Service Law.

This is not a drug-testing designated position.

Some travel will be required.

Other Information:
Applications will be accepted from status and nonstatus candidates.
First consideration will be given to CTAP and ICTAP eligibles

Competitive status is not required for mentally retarded or severely
physically disabled applicants eligible for appointment under Section
213.3102 (T) or (U) of Schedule A, and 30% or more disabled veterans
eligible for appointment under 5 CFR 16.402 (b) (5),and veterans
eligible
for a Veterans Readjustment Appointment (VRA) under 5 CFR 307.103.

If claiming 5 point veterans' preference, a DD-214 must be submitted. If

claiming 10 point veterans' preference, both a DD-214 and SF-15 must be
submitted.

Your Social Security Number is requested under the authority of
Executive
Order 9397 to uniquely identify your records from those of other
applicants'
who may have the same name. As allowed by law or Presidential directive,

your SSN is used to seek information about you from employers, schools,
banks, and other who may know you. Failure to provide your SSN on your
application materials, will result in your application not being
processed.

Before being hired, you will be required to sign and certify the
accuracy of
the information in your application if you have not done this using an
application form such as the OF-612.

If you make a false statement in any part of your application, you may
not
be hired; you may be fired after you begin work; or you may be subject
to
fine, imprisonment, or other disciplinary action.

How To Apply:
Submit application by mail, to be postmarked by the closing date of the
announcement in order to receive consideration. Hand delivered
applications must be received by closing date.

Individuals who are eligible for consideration under a special hiring
authority (e.g., 30% compensable veterans, VRA eligibles, severely
handicapped individuals, former Peace Corps and VISTA Volunteers, etc.)
will
be accepted and considered non-competitively for this vacancy. Special
hiring authority eligibles must indicate on their application if they
are
applying under a special program and submit proof of eligibility with
their
application. The VRA hiring authority is limited to positions at the
GS-11
level and below. Applicants who wish to be considered under an
appropriate
special hiring authority as well as under the competitive examining
process
must submit two complete applications. When only one application is
received
from a special hiring authority eligible, it will be considered under
the
appropriate special hiring authority only.

Applicants must submit a copy of their college transcript or a list of
college courses that includes hours and grades, if qualifying under
education.

Applications mailed using government postage and/or internal Federal
government mail systems are in violation of agency and postal
regulations
and will not be accepted.

Please submit the following documents to the mailing address provided in
this
announcement:

(1) A written application for employment. You may use OF-612 (Optional
Application for Federal Employment), a resume, or submit an alternative
format. You must include all of the information specified in this
vacancy
announcement and all information listed in the Office of Personnel
Management's brochure "Applying for a Federal Job (OF-510). Applications

must be Typed or Printed clearly in dark ink.

(2) Narrative assessment of your qualifications in terms of the
Selective Placement Factors - Knowledge, Abilities, Skills and Other
Characteristics (KASOCS) identified within this announcement. Describe
experience (paid or unpaid), education, training and self-development as
related to the KASOCS.

(3) List reports prepared for review by State Preservation Officers
(SHPO).

Submit a resume, Optional Application for Federal Employment (OF-612) or

other written application format of your choice. Be sure you provide all
of
the information requested below:

Job Information:
- Announcement Number, title and grade(s) for which you are applying.
Personal Information:
- Full name, mailing address (with zip code) and day/evening telephone
numbers (with area code).
- Social Security Number. Giving your Social Security Number is
voluntary.
However, we cannot process your application without it. - Country of
Citizenship.
- If ever employed by the Federal Government, please show the highest
Federal civilian grade held, job series, and dates of employment in
grade.
Education:
- High School name, city, state and zip code, date of diploma or GED.
- Colleges and/or Universities attended, city state and zip code.
- Major field(s) of study.
- Type and year of degree(s) received. If no degree received, show total

credit hours received in semester or quarter hours.
Work Experience for each paid or non-paid position held related to the
job
for which you are applying (do not provide copies of job descriptions):
- Job title.
- Duties and accomplishments.
- Number of hours per week.
- Employers name and address.
- Supervisor's name and phone number.
- Starting and ending dates of employment (month and year).
- Salary.
- Indicate if your current supervisor may be contacted.
Other Qualifications:
- Job-related training courses (title and year).
- Job-related skills (e.g., other languages, computer software/hardware,

tools, machinery, typing speed, etc.)
- Job-related certificates and licenses.
- Job-related honors, awards, and special accomplishments (e.g.,
publications, memberships in professional or honor societies, leadership

activities, public speaking, performance awards, etc.) Do not send
copies of
documents unless specifically requested.
- If you are applying for Veteran Preference, submit evidence of
eligibility, such as; DD-214, Certificate of Release or Discharge from
Active Duty, or Standard Form 15, Application for 10-Point Veteran
Preference, and the proof requested on the form.
- If you are or have been a Federal employee, please submit a copy of
your
last Notification of Personnel Action, Form SF-50, and your most recent
or
last performance appraisal.

Applicants who do not submit the required items will not be considered.
It
is the applicant's responsibility to provide documentation/proof of
claimed
qualifications, education, veterans preference, status (SF-50) and/or
verification of eligibility for non-competitive appointment, (and
eligibility for Indian Preference for Employment, where applicable).
Applicants will not be contacted for additional information if their
applications are incomplete or inadequate.

Failure to submit all required documents and information requested by
the
closing date of this announcement may result in your not receiving full
consideration. Applicant's qualifications will be evaluated solely on
the
information submitted in their applications.

Materials submitted as a part of your application will not be returned.

Faxed materials will not be accepted.

For additional information about this position please contact: Bill
Mannion, Personnel Management Specialist, at (610)557-4236

Submit your application package to:
USDA Forest Service
Bill Mannion - Human Resources Management
11 Campus Blvd, Suite 200
Newtown Square, PA 19073

The Federal Government is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) prohibits discrimination
in
all its programs and activities on the basis of race, color, national
origin, gender, religion, age, disability, political beliefs, sexual
orientation, and marital or family status. (Not all prohibited bases
apply
to all programs.) Persons with disabilities who require alternative
means
for communication of program information (Braille, large print,
audiotape,
etc.) should contact USDA's TARGET CENTER at (202) 720-2600 (voice and
TDD).
To file a complaint of discrimination, write USDA, Director, Office of
Civil
Rights, Room 326-W, Whitten Building, 14th and Independence Avenue, SW,
Washington, DC 20250-9410 or call (202) 720-5964 (voice and TDD). USDA
is an
equal opportunity provider and employer.