Applicants must describe how they meet the following in accordance with federal regulation 36 CFR Part 61, Appendix A:
Master's degree in archaeology, anthropology, or closely related field
Professional supervisory field and analytic experience in general North American archeology
Experience with a demonstrated record of professional/technical scholarship
Good knowledge of federal laws and regulations governing archaeological and historic properties (i.e. NHPA, ARPA, NAGPRA) and experience in management and administration of Section 106 review and compliance, including implementing regulations (36CFR800) and developing agreement documents (Memoranda of Agreement and Programmatic Agreements)
Experience developing and making oral presentations to academic, professional and general audiences
Experience supervising staff
The following are not required, but may increase your score on the examination:
Experience working with Tribes and/or Tribal Historic Preservation Offices (THPOs)
Experience working with the Native American Grave Protection and Repatriation Act (NAGPRA)
Experience working with Geographic Information Systems (GIS)
About Idaho State Historical Society
The Idaho State Historical Society is a trusted guide through the state’s history and how it has shaped every aspect of our lives — our land, our communities, our government and our people. Created in 1881 and established as a state agency in 1907, the Idaho State Historical Society (ISHS) is an extraordinary system of cultural and historic resources comprised of the Idaho State Museum, Idaho State Archives, Idaho State Historic Preservation Office, Old Idaho Penitentiary and Historic Sites Program.
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