Architect (Historical Preservation)
DEPARTMENT OF THE INTERIOR
National Park Service
National Center for Preservation Technology and Training
Assist the Chief of Architecture and Engineering to develop and administer Historic Architecture & Engineering activities undertaken by National Center for Preservation Technology and Training (NCPTT) and partners in the fields of preservation technology and cultural resource management.
Participate in developing, implementing, managing and monitoring Historic Architecture & Engineering activities undertaken by NCPTT and its partners. NCPTT's partners include federal, state, municipal and county agencies; academic institutions; nonprofit organizations; tribes; and museums.
Work closely with professionals, para-professionals, and technicians in the field of cultural resource management which includes, but is not limited to, the fields of historic architecture, history, archeology, curation, anthropology, planning, historic landscape architecture, materials conservation, and ethnography.
Provide technical support to in-house and cooperative projects between NCPTT and outside organizations receiving funding from NCPTT.
Work with senior architects and engineers to review criteria, standards and policies for preservation architecture and engineering supported through the grant programs, cooperative agreements, or contracts with NCPTT.
Assisting in the development of training that delivers existing and new preservation technologies for architecture and engineering.Develop relationships with research institutions in public, private and academic sectors and preparing cooperative agreements to pursue areas of joint interest that may result in technology transfer to historic preservation.
Pay scale & grade GS 11 - 12
Salary $64,649 to $100,739 per year Generally new federal employees will begin at the GS-11, step 1 salary ($64,649) or the GS-12, step 1 salary ($77,488)
Keywords: Preservation, Technology, Research, Conservation, Job, Louisiana, Training
Posted: October 22, 2021
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