Cultural Resources Specialist
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Cultural Resources Specialist
Joint Base Pearl Harbor-Hickam, HI Summary: The Cultural Resources Specialist shall provide support services to satisfy the overall operational objectives of the Environmental Planning Division. The primary objective is to provide contractor services and deliverables through the performance of a cultural resource's specialist. Are you ready to enhance your skills and build your career in a rapidly evolving business climate? Are you looking for a career where professional development is embedded in your employer's core culture? If so, Chenega Military, Intelligence & Operations Support (MIOS) could be the place for you! Join our team of professionals who support large-scale government operations by leveraging cutting-edge technology and take your career to the next level!
Chenega Worldwide Support (CWS) is a premier provider of Architecture and Engineering support services to federal customers around the world. Founded in 2016 to support federal operations OCONUS, CWS holds true to its mission that no matter the location, we are there to get the job done.
Your contributions will deliver mission-driven support to NAVFAC to deliver quality, timely, and cost-effective products and services to enable the Global Warfighter. Work you'll do As aCultural Resources Specialist within ourNAVFAC team, you will:
* Assist Navy personnel with matters affecting cultural and historic resources, including archaeological resources, cultural and historic artifacts, and historic structures at Navy, Marine Corps, and other DoD installations within the NAVFAC PAC Area of Responsibility.
* Provide support that may include archaeological, cultural, and historic surveys and fieldwork, preparation of technical documents and studies, and review of draft documents and studies for the following cultural resource program areas:
* Integrated Cultural Resources Management Plans (ICRMPs) as required by the Advisory Council on Historic Preservation (ACHP).
* Assist in the coordination of consultations under Section 106 of the National Historic Preservation Act with consulting parties including state and federal agencies and offices, Native Hawaiian organizations, Tribes, and other consulting parties, including the preparation of Section 106 consultation letters, cultural resources assessments, and supporting studies and analyses.
* Provide support for the preparation and review of sections of environmental planning documents that involve cultural and historic resources, including Environmental Impact Statements, Environmental Assessments, Categorical Exclusions, and overseas Environmental Reports.
* Perform field surveys, inspections, and/or monitoring of construction activities.
* Evaluate cultural resources for inclusion in the National Register of Historic Places.
* Review project designs and specifications to identify issues affecting cultural and historic resources.
* Recommend possible compliance measures that the Navy may elect to implement to mitigate adverse effects.
* Assist in monitoring programs and surveys at installations in the NAVFAC PAC Area of Responsibility.
* Assist with administrative tasks, including cataloging and records retention of documents and studies, filing and organization, and routine program updates to the chain of command.
* Prepare cultural resource documentation, including but not limited to survey reports, evaluation, and mitigation planning documents as requested by Project Officer.
* Submittals include but are not limited to project reviews and recommendations, Memorandum of Agreements/Cooperative Agreements, drafts of correspondence and studies, PowerPoint briefings, and presentations.
* All submittals must be PC prepared and compatible with existing Navy software (i.e., MS PowerPoint, MS Word, MS Excel, etc.)
* Other duties as assigned.
Minimum Qualifications: (To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily.)
* Bachelor's degree in history, historic preservation, anthropology, or a related field is required
* Background check required
* The position requires a COVID vaccination or an approved accommodation/exemption for a disability/medical condition or religious belief
Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:
* Knowledge and experience in cultural resources management, including archaeology and/or historic buildings.
* Working knowledge of Section 106 consultation processes.
* Experience working with cultural and historic resources in the Pacific region and/or military history is desired.
* Experience in archaeology, historic architecture, or historic preservation with a degree in anthropology, history, or a related field.
* Working knowledge of the flora and fauna in the Pacific region is desired.
How you'll grow At Chenega MIOS, our professional development plan focuses on helping our team members at every level of their career to identify and use their strengths to do their best work every day. From entry-level employees to senior leaders, we believe there's always room to learn. We offer opportunities to help sharpen skills in addition to hands-on experience in the global, fast-changing business world. From on-the-job learning experiences to formal development programs, our professionals have a variety of opportunities to continue to grow throughout their careers.
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