Archeologist – Organ Pipe Cactus National Monument

This position will serve as the primary cultural resources advisor and cultural resources program manager on an interdisciplinary resource management team at Organ Pipe Cactus National Monument. The position will be responsible for managing a full range of cultural resource program duties associated with prehistoric and historic resources and spanning 15,000 years of human history; from Western Stem Cultures to the Hohokam to Spanish and European Colonialism and western ranching and mining. Resources managed include historic and prehistoric archaeology, historic structures, NAGPRA, ethnography, cultural landscapes, minimal museum activities, drafting and completing all NHPA documentation including §106 and §110 as well as completing all SHPO/THPO consultation, and development of resource plans, research and planning and stewardship, site inventory and monitoring, program management and development, writing and submitting reports and peer-reviewed technical papers.

Managing budgets, drafting and submitting documentation for competitive funding and contracting, and managing projects will be required. Position may facilitate and supervise numerous CESU projects annually, as well as SCA, temporary, and term employees.