This is a supervisory position accountable for planning and conducting archaeological/architectural surveys to identify, record, evaluate, and preserve sites and/or resources. Work involves overseeing or reviewing cultural resource clearance requests, assuring compliance with state and federal preservation laws, and conducting related educational and outreach functions. Additional duties include directing archaeological excavations as well as advising, assisting with, and/or conducting architectural investigations. Employees at this level will supervise professional, paraprofessional, temporary, and volunteer positions. Employee supervision includes hiring recommendations, training, planning and assigning work, performance assessment, coaching, and progressive discipline. Supervision at this level also requires these employees to have the knowledge and skills to perform and review the work overseen.
In addition to those identified in the previous level: Ability to preserve and store cultural resources. Ability to interpret and apply state and federal preservation laws. Ability to provide leadership, supervision, and training to staff and volunteers.
Bachelor’s degree and 2 or more years of relevant experience. (Substitutions may be allowed.)