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Remote - Cultural Resource Manager/Archaeologist

Employer
Logistics Management Institute
Location
Remote, Oregon
Closing date
Oct 27, 2023

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Position Type
Cultural Resource Management
Discipline
Cultural Anthropology
Hours
Full Time
Organization Type
Business
Overview

At LMI, we're reimagining the path from insight to outcome at the new speed of possible. Combining a legacy of over 60 years of federal expertise with our innovation ecosystem, we minimize time to value and accelerate mission success. We energize the brightest minds with emerging technologies to inspire creative solutioning and push the boundaries of capability. LMI advances the pace of progress, enabling our customers to thrive while adapting to evolving mission needs.

LMI seeks a Cultural Resource Manager/Archaeologist to remotely support a federal program management office in the Washington, DC/Tysons, Virginia area. Join our team of collaborative self-starters focused on delivering practical and efficient solutions to help our client keep U.S. borders safe and facilitate trade and travel. As part of our high-performing team, you will augment our vital work to provide "eyes and ears" technology to protect our nation.

Business casual dress, flexible work schedules, generous leave options, and tuition reimbursement are a few of our many work-life benefits available to our employees. Come join the organization consistently ranked as a top workplace/employer!!

Responsibilities

You will assist a federal agency in executing its cultural, historic, archeological, and environmental program and complying with federal and state laws and regulations, such as the National Historic Preservation Act (NHPA, National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA, and others). Strong communication skills, a demonstrated ability to deliver innovative solutions, a sound understanding of required laws and processes, and creative problem-solving acumen are critical success factors.

Representative responsibilities:
  • Supports the environmental and project teams in assuring regulatory compliance for assigned projects and programs;
  • Reviews technical reports for compliance with DHS/CBP and other federal policies and directives;
  • Provides management and technical oversight of various cultural tasks, including archaeological investigations and reporting;
  • Oversees field survey methods, schedules, and execution, field reports, coordination and consultation with state, federal, and tribal representatives;
  • Oversees BMP development, implementation and corrective measures where needed;
  • Coordinates with Project Managers on implementation of BMPs during construction and project execution, provides status reporting on BMP implementation as needed;
  • Tracks progress of requirements until completion and ensures schedules are updated and documents are entered into team and client document tracking systems (i.e. FITT and TRIRIGA);
  • Consultation with various State Historic Preservation Offices on behalf of our clients in fulfillment of compliance requirements under Section 106 of the National Historic Preservation Act (NHPA); consultation with various Tribal Historic Officers as well
  • Update team and processes based on regulation changes and agency protocols and requirements;
  • Attend project review meetings and site visits
  • Position will also entail working independently or with limited supervision.

Qualifications
  • M.S or M.A. in archaeology, anthropology, or closely related field.
  • Meets the Secretary of the Interior's professional standards for archaeology or anthropology
  • At least one year of full-time professional experience or equivalent specialized training in archeological research, administration, or management;
  • Demonstrated experience in cultural resource management and working knowledge of state and federal regulations including the Section 106 process and historic preservation statutes
  • Field experience developing survey methodology and conducting/directing field surveys. Experience as a primary investigator is a plus.
  • Ability to synthesize archaeological data from intensive field studies;
  • Proficiency of all aspects of compliance procedures under Section 106 of the NHPA;

Ability to pass a government background investigation, including financial, criminal, residential, educational, foreign affiliation, prohibited substance use, and employment verifications; active U.S. Customs and Border Protection background investigation preferred. Please note that only U.S. citizens are eligible for a suitability determination.

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EEO Statement

LMI is an Equal Opportunity Employer-all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, or national origin.

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