Archaeologist and Architectural Historians must meet the professional standards outlined by the Secretary of the Interiors Professional Standards and Guidelines in one or more of the fields of Archeology, Architectural History or Historic Architecture as detailed on the National Park Service website http://www.cr.nps.gov/local-law/arch_stnds_9.htm.
In addition, Historical Preservation Specialist should have prior work experience with Section 106 of the National Historic Preservation Act.
The specialists will provide their technical expertise in support of FEMAs recovery projects
within the designated disaster area to ensure that these actions comply with environmental and historic preservation laws, regulations, and Executive Orders.
Historic Preservation Compliance
o provide technical expertise to assist FEMA with the identification of historic properties and the evaluation of the effects of PA projects on historic properties.
o prepare historic reviews and/or historic recordation in accordance with criteria in 36 CFR Part 800 Protection of Historic Properties, Section 106 Review Process.
o The results of the reviews must be documented in written reports based on guidance from applicable regulations.
o The specialist will also conduct pedestrian surveys, archaeological investigations, archaeological monitoring, data recovery, and the management of unanticipated discoveries including human remains, and write cultural resource reports as requested.
Mid Level: 10 to 15 yrs of experience is $45 per HR + $4.18 per H & W Benefits + Paid national Holidays
Senior Level: 16 and more yrs of experience is $60 per HR + $4.18 per H & W Benefits + Paid national Holidays