Outreach 9/11 Amador, Georgetown, and Placerville RD's District Archeologists - Eldorado National Forest

Charles Hutcheson

Outreach Notice
Eldorado National Forest
Camino, CA
Georgetown, CA
Pioneer, CA

District Archaeologists
Permanent, Full Time Positions
The Eldorado National Forest is planning to fill up to three permanent, full-time GS-0193-9/11 District Archaeologist positions located in either Camino CA, Georgetown CA, or Pioneer CA. Up to one position may be filled at each duty location.

The purpose of this Outreach Notice is to determine the potential applicant pool for this position and to establish the appropriate recruitment method, e.g. merit and demo announcements; use of special hiring authorities such as veteran hiring authorities and persons with disabilities authorities; and area of consideration for the advertisement.

Individuals can state an interest in this position by submitting a response through the Forest Service, Current and Upcoming Forest Service Jobs” database at
Respondents will be notified when the vacancy announcement is posted on USAJOBS website:
To express interest in this position contact Chuck Hutcheson at charles.hutcheson@... by March 11, 2020. Please attach the Outreach Response Form and your resume and include “District Archaeologists” in the subject line.

Duties will include the following:
• Hire, supervise, train, manage and lead temporary employees.
• Apply professional standards to organize, supervise, and directly perform cultural resource inventories and prepare related reports (e.g., literature search, historic contexts, inventory/identification, site records, maps, NRHP evaluations, etc.)
• Coordinate with the Heritage Program Manager (HPM) and prepare documentation as needed under the Region 5 Programmatic Agreement for phased undertakings, inventory strategies, and/or NRHP evaluation reports using programmatic agreement stipulations or for SHPO review.
• Coordinate with district resource staff regarding resource protection measures before, during, and after project implementation (e.g., flagging, monitoring, data sharing, etc.).
• Enter cultural resource data into the Heritage NRM Database, including legacy data.
• Engage in wildland fire support as a READ/REAF/BAER.
• Provide heritage and cultural resource management orientation to Forest Service personnel on statutes, regulations, and purpose of work to be performed.
• Participate in the NEPA process and attend interdisciplinary teams to integrate cultural resource management with other resource management objectives during the planning process.
• Coordinate with the HPM and District Ranger on tribal consultation, correspondence, and meetings.
• Interpret cultural resources to the public and professional contacts through a variety of methods.
• Review reports submitted by 3rd party contractors.
• Develop contract specifications for cultural resource work and as delegated, acts as COR or inspector on such contracts.