Jacobs FEMA Archaeologist -- Saipan Project in Honolulu,
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We are seeking Mid to Senior Level Archaeologists to build a technical roster for potential support of our FEMA client in Saipan, Commonwealth of Northern Mariana Islands. Jacobs currently has a contract with the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA), known as the “Public Assistance Technical Assistance Contract (PA TAC IV)” to provide technical assistance support for FEMA disaster-related operations throughout the U.S.
FEMA uses the PA TAC nationally to obtain Environmental Planners, Engineers, Construction Managers, Project Managers, Financial Analysts, Archaeologists, Biologists, EHP Specialists and other related professional services to assist state and local municipalities in developing grant applications for Federal Public Assistance funding for the repair of their infrastructure damaged by natural or man-made disasters (roads, bridges, hospitals, schools, water treatment facilities, etc.).
If you want to join a company committed to you and your success, invest your technical expertise with us as a FEMA Archaeologist. As an Archaeologist, you may be asked to perform the following tasks: Prepare consultation documentation in support of Tribal and State Historic Preservation Officer consultation in support of compliance with Section 106; Develop and prepare Data Recovery Plans (DRP), Archaeological Treatment Plans (ATP), laboratory processing, analysis, reporting, curation and dissemination of research; Conduct archaeological surveys, archaeological monitoring, and prepare reports; Conduct consultation to resolve adverse effect on historic properties; Provide technical expertise to assist FEMA with the identification of archaeological and historic properties and the evaluation of the effects of PA projects.
Bring your technical expertise and passion for FEMA disaster recovery work, and we’ll empower you to restore and improve our communities across the U.S.
Special Note: For our FEMA client, qualified candidates must be U.S. citizens, able to clear Department of Homeland Security background check for security clearance level of “Public Trust”, and open to working 8-12 hours per day for 5-6 days per week. You’ll potentially deploy to the field in remote disaster conditions, and most of the job responsibilities will be conducted in a FEMA office. Due to the nature of this type of unpredictable work, you must also have the ability to mobilize within 24-48 hours if ever needed to deploy, commit to up to 6 months or longer on a disaster deployment, and be flexible for contingent type of project work.
Here’s What You’ll Need:
Must be a U.S. citizen
Demonstrated 5 years or more of specialized experience in archaeology
Bachelor’s degree in Archaeology or related field
Experience using Microsoft office products, such as Outlook, Word, and PowerPoint
Experience in archaeology and cultural resources management
Experience conducting analyses/investigations, requesting and utilizing cultural resource data search reports, and preparing cultural resources reports
Experience conducting archaeological surveys, archaeological monitoring, and preparation of reports
Experience in the development and preparation of Data Recovery Plans (DRP), Archaeological Treatment Plans (ATP), laboratory processing, analysis, reporting, curation and dissemination of research
Experience in the recovery of human remains, determination of ancestry, and reinternment
Ideal Candidates will have:
Secretary of Interior (SOI) Professional Qualifications Standards for a Archaeology
Experience in the Pacific Islands
Significant focus and experience in providing excellent customer service
Attention to detail and excellent communication (writing and verbal) skills
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