17 April 2014
1) Archeological Technician, Biscayne National Park, closes 21 April.
The incumbent serves as an archeological technician as part of the cultural resource management program within the division of Resource Management at Biscayne National Park. Participates in archeological field surveys and excavations, both terrestrial and submerged. Records data and prepares survey records (e.g. site maps, photographs, surface artifact analysis forms, field notes, etc.). Provides leadership to field crews and serves as crew chief for excavation and survey activities. Evaluates and assists other technicians in the evaluation of specimens. Processes specimens recovered in the field. Conducts supervised conservation treatments on artifacts recovered from a seawater environment. Prepares specimens for specialized analysis to be sent to dating and other laboratories. Enters archeological artifact and project data, including artifact information, catalog records, field notes, site records, etc. into automated systems appropriate forms, and archival records. Provides general technical archeological assistance in a variety of areas including NHPA section 106 compliance, clearance, and planning; archeological assessments, evaluations, and field inspections.
2) Write and Editor, Naval History and Heritage Command, closes 21 April.
In this position, you will serve as a writer-editor in the Publishing Section within the Communication and Outreach Division of the Naval History and Heritage Command, which plans, prepares, produces and publishes a broad range of US Navy historical knowledge products for distribution in print and electronic formats. The section also advises the command on writing and editing standards, product design standards and processes, DOD and Navy printing and publishing regulations, and industry practices. The products produced by the section, including but not limited to monographs, booklets, operational studies, chronologies, point papers, briefs, brochures, and web modules, are used by Navy leadership, operational units, and other DOD agencies to understand the historical context of current issues and challenges.