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field technicians wanted in Wyoming (seasonal)


Steven Rannels <rastaferret@...>
 

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ARCHEOLOGIST
OPEN PERIOD 05/17/1999 -
05/21/1999
SERIES/GRADE: GS-0193-09/09
SALARY: $ 15.82 TO $ 15.82, HOURLY PROMOTION POTENTIAL: GS-09
ANNOUNCEMENT NUMBER: NZ-99-T10BG REL2

HIRING AGENCY: USDA, FOREST SERVICE

DUTY LOCATIONS: 0002 SHERIDAN, WY
0002 LOVELL, WY

REMARKS: THIS IS TEMPORARY POSITION. EMPLOYMENT WILL BEGIN
APROXIMATELY
JUNE 6 AND END APPROXIMATELY DECEMBER 30, 1999.





CONTACT: SANDY HOFFMAN
PHONE: (307) 672-0751
INTERNET ADDRESS: shoffman/r2_bighorn@...


BIGHORN NATIONAL FORSET
1969 S. SHERIDAN AVENUE
SHERIDAN, WY 82801






Full vacancy announcement follows. Please be sure to review
for complete qualification and "How to
Apply" information.



Vacancy Announcement

DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE (USDA)

USDA, FOREST SERVICE





Vacancy Announcement Number: NZ-99-T10BG REL2



Opening Date: 05/17/1999

Closing Date: 05/21/1999



Position: ARCHEOLOGIST

GS-0193-09/09



Salary: $15.82 per hour - $15.82 per hour



Promotion Potential: GS-09



Duty Location: 2 vacancies at SHERIDAN, WY



2 vacancies at LOVELL, WY









Applications will be accepted from:



Open to all qualified persons.





Major Duties: Incumbent performs archeological surveys.
Conducts field
reconnaissance searches in areas planned for such activities as
timber
harvesting, wildlife habitat improvement, road construction, and
recreational
development. Reports finding and prepares recommendations to be
incorporated
in environmental analysis reports. Conducts field searches,
identifies and
marks archeological sites, prepares site location maps, records
findings,
photographs artifact findings, and prepares sites sketches as
necessary.
Conducts field investigations as part of a forest-wide
classification and
protection program to be incorporated in long-term resource
management plans.




Qualifications Required:



Applicants must meet qualification standards by the closing date
of this
announcement as described in the U.S. Office of Personnel
Management
Qualification Standards of General Schedule positions.



Basic requirements: A four year degree that included 3 semester
hours each in
the following course areas: - History of Archeology

-Archeology of a major geographical area such as North
America of
Africa

- Regional archeology, archeological cultures, or sites
in a specific
part or portion of a major geo

graphical area to acquire or develop a
foundation for
regional specialization for professional

development

-Theory and methods of archeology

-Archeological field school





AND

Six semester hours of related course work in geography, geology,
or cultural
geography; history, historiography, or historical archeology;
environmental
studies; scientific writing ; and surveying.



AND

Archeological field school.



PLUS

At least one year of specialized experience equivalent to the
GS-7 level; OR 2
years of progressively higher level graduate education leading
to a master's
degree or master's or equivalent graduate degree that provided
the knowledge,
skills, and abilities necessary to do the work.



A combination of graduate education and experience may be
qualifying.






Basis of Rating:



Panel members or a personnel specialist will evaluate each
candidate's
qualifications including experience, performance, awards,
training, and
education.



Pay, Benefits and Work Schedule:

Temporary employment not to exceed one year.
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