Environmental Scientist (Archaeologist)

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As a participating interdisciplinary team member, the incumbent performs a variety of professional scientific office and field work in support of archaeological studies and project effects analysis pursuant to Section 106 of the National Historic Preservation Act and other applicable state and federal regulation. In accordance with detailed instructions and specific archaeological standards, the incumbent is responsible for gathering data on archaeological resource management issues; performing preliminary environmental analysis, research, surveys, investigations, and studies; preparing reports; preparing routine correspondence; answering questions from the public; preparing regulatory and compliance documents; and do other related work. This position is under the general direction of the Branch Chief, Northern San Joaquin Valley Cultural Resources Branch of the Environmental Office, and is characterized by independent development and use of techniques and methodologies to complete assigned work. Occasional travel and overnight stays may be required. A valid driver’s license is desired. The incumbent must establish and maintain a professional working relationship with various local partners and interested parties involved with District 10 projects.

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