Assist with the supervision and implementation of the Cultural Resources Department, through compliance with Section 106 of the National Historic Preservation Act (as amended), State of Oregon cultural resource laws, and other pertinent laws and statutes. Duties will include (but are not limited to): review and compliance for undertakings within the CTWSRTO areas of interest; design and execution of cultural resource identification, evaluation, and protection efforts within tribal holdings; engagement and consultation with agency personnel, tribal representatives, and other interest and stakeholders.
RequirementsMasters degree in Anthropology or related field. Knowledge of tribes/treaty rights and Federal, State, and local laws and regulations for the protection and enhancement of cultural resources. Excellent communication skills (written and oral). Knowledge of respect for Tribal traditions, values and techniques. Please provide CV and cover letter with application.
BenefitsBenefits include: Excellent medical insurance with low annual maximum-out-of-pocket costs, plus vision and dental. Available flex spending plan for daycare and medical costs. Also available are numerous supplemental insurance packages. 401(k) retirement with up to 5% employer matching after one year of employment. Eleven days of paid holidays and Personal time off (PTO) accruing at 130 hours annually with increases after three years of continuous service.