The Rogue River-Siskiyou National Forest will soon be advertising a GS-0193-12 Forest Archaeologist
position. The position is located in southwestern Oregon, with a duty station at the Medford Interagency Office in Medford, Oregon.
If you are interested in this position and have questions about the position, please contact REHLM Staff Roy Bergstrom by July 3, 2013 for more information. Phone: (541) 618-2061. Email: email@example.com
The position serves as the Forest Archaeologist/Heritage Program Manager. As such is responsible for providing cultural resource management support for the Forest as well as inventory, evaluation, protection and development of historic and prehistoric sites.
The Rogue River–Siskiyou National Forest has one of the most diverse heritage programs in Region 6. Prehistoric resources include village sites, camp sites, quarries, rock art, and vision quest sites. Evidence exists for occupation from Paleoindian through the Contact period. Historic resources include Indian Wars battle sites, early mining, railroad logging, early Forest Service, and National Register structures from the CCC era, etc.
Also serves a Forest Tribal Relations Program Manager and is responsible for primary government to government consultation. Consults and coordinates with Native American tribes under provisions of the National Historic Preservation Act, Native American Graves Protection Act and Forest/Tribal MOU.
This position supervises a GS-0102-8 Archaeology Technician and a GS-0193-11 Archaeologist.