The position is located in the Environmental Planning Division, Naval Facilities Engineering Command, Pacific (NAVFAC Pacific), Pearl Harbor, Hawaii. The incumbent provides environmental planning support and advice to activities within the area of cognizance of NAVFAC Pacific, with a focus on Guam. MAJOR DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES Incumbent provides administrative services and technical support for archaeological and historical resources surveys and inventories of historically significant properties. Assists in preparation of documentation needed for designing and conducting cultural resources surveys and inventories. Assists in the preparation of mitigation plans. Assists in the preparation forms for the nomination of historic properties on Guam for listing in the National Register of Historic Places and assists in preparation of standardized memos as required by DoD agreement documents pertaining to the island of Guam. Assists in coordinating with designated Historic Preservation Officers and their staffs, and other agencies and individuals. (50%)
Reviews proposed Navy actions within NAVFAC Pacific area of cognizance for potential impacts to cultural resources, and compliance with historic preservation statues, regulations and guidelines. Assists in the development of plans to avoid, minimize and/or mitigate effects of proposed development actions. Under the supervision of the Supervisory Archaeologist, coordinates and consults with Navy and Department of Defense (DoD) personnel. Reviews environmental documents, technical reports, and other documents for Navy actions within NAVFAC Pacific’s area of cognizance, with a focus on Guam. (25%) Reviews environmental planning documents, design and construction documents for compliance with historic preservation statutes and agreement document requirements. Also assists in designing and recommending compliance measures including negation or mitigation and project modification. (25%) PHYSICAL DEMANDS The position requirements may include fieldwork requiring physical exertion in the form of extensive walking over rough, uneven ground and rocky surfaces in remote outdoor environments, archaeological monitoring of construction work, as well as lifting of moderately heavy items.