Historic Architect Position

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Date: Wed, 29 Sep 1999 09:16:13 -0600
From: Mary Huwa <mhuwa@...>
To: acra-l@...
Subject: Historic Architect Position
Message-ID: <37F22D3D.E1E033B2@...>

Historic Architect Positon Open

Cultural resources position available with the Center for Ecological
Management of Military Lands to be assigned at Fort Richardson, Alaska,
to provide support for the U.S. Army cultural resources programs.
Position contingent upon the availability of funds.

MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS: U.S. citizenship. MS/MA historical architecture,
archeology, anthropology or closely related field. Three years
experience in cultural resources management, administration, or

historical architecture documentation and research. Demonstrated
knowledge of traditional archeological surveying procedures. Experience
on military installations or with Army cultural resource management
programs. Experience operating personal computers and standard office
software (word processing, spreadsheets, graphics, etc.). Excellent
written and oral communication skills.

RESPONSIBILITIES: Protecting and conserving cultural resources in
USARAK control. Writing, updating, and implementing USARAK Cultural
Resources Management Plans. Conducting Section 106, NHPA consultation.
Conducting inventories of historic and prehistoric resources for
USARAK. Managing the NIKE Site Summit Historic District and the Ladd
Field National Historic Landmark. Coordinating the Ladd Field Hill
Historic Working Group. Conducting economic analysis of historic
buildings on USARAK posts. Coordinating mitigation required by the
State Historic Preservation Officer and the National Park Service.
Salary range $48,000-$53,000.

TO APPLY: Submit (1) letter of application noting position number and
responding specifically to each of the qualifications; (2) resume; (3)
one copy of transcripts from each college attended and documentation of
degree conferral; and (4) list of names, addresses, and telephone
numbers of four current or former supervisors. All materials must be
received in Room 110 Vo Ed Building no later than 4:30 p.m., November
15, 1999. Incomplete applications cannot be considered. Send to: Mrs.
Mary Huwa, CEMML, Colorado State University, Fort Collins, CO
80523-1500, voice (970) 491-6620. See complete listing of CEMML
available positions at CSU is EEO/AA

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