Regulatory Archeologist – Savannah GA | Army Corps of Engineers

April 23, 2024
Savannah, GA
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About the Position: Serves as the staff specialist and the technical authority on archaeological and cultural resources for the Regulatory Branch and is responsible for planning, organizing, and coordinating the total efforts of the archeological, architectural, and historical programs in the Regulatory Division for the entire State of Georgia and portions of South Carolina.


  • Staff specialist and technical authority on archaeological, historic, and cultural resource matters relating to of affected by District water resource development programs.
  • Knowledge of administrative tasks, techniques, and procedures required for implementation and oversight of the cultural resources program.
  • Providing direct guidance, leadership, and coordination to the cultural staff and ensuring effective protection, utilization, and management of cultural and historical resources in the field office.
  • Knowledge of the theories, practices, methodologies, and techniques of archaeology, anthropology, and cultural resources management.
  • Conducts field investigations; prepares, reviews, and coordinates report and information necessary to ensure work authorized under the Department of the Army and Regulatory Program are in compliance with all applicable laws and regulations.
  • Provides technical expertise on archaeological, historic, and cultural resources for Regulatory Division and will use qualifications as a professional archaeologist meeting the Secretary of the Interior's Standards.
  • Ability to communicate and engage members of the public, stakeholders, tribes, and resource agencies.
  • Assist with developing new solutions to complex or novel archaeological problems.
  • Ensures that coordination, often of a delicate or sensitive nature, is properly conducted with government agencies and special interest groups.
  • Work requires a high degree of skill in applying, adapting, or modifying methods and procedures to meet the requirements of specific problems or circumstances.
  • Must establish and maintain effective liaison with local ethnic and cultural interest groups within the District and ensure that Corps water resource development projects and activities are thoroughly coordinated with them.
  • Knowledge of tribal issues as they relate to the National Historic Preservation Act (NHPA) and tribal trust responsibilities, as well as knowledge of environmental protection laws and regulations.
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