- Hourly / - BiWeekly /
- Monthly / $50,897.00-$81,680.00 Yearly
This is the supervisory level class in the Archaeologist sub-series. Under general supervision, is responsible for archaeological work of considerable difficulty and supervisory work of average difficulty. An employee in this class is responsible for supervising Archaeologists and other professionals.
This class differs from that of Archaeologist III in that an incumbent of the latter is not responsible for supervisory work.
Assigns, trains, supervises, and evaluates the work of archaeologists and other professionals.
Supervises and participates in checking highway and bridge projects to determine the archaeological effects on sites by conducting field reviews and collecting and analyzing archaeological materials;
Supervises and participates in archaeological digs.
Supervises consultation with transportation employees, archaeologists, and federal representatives; reviews federal and state guidelines.
Reviews and prepares a variety of records and reports such as detailed archaeological reports with recommendations regarding the disposition of archaeological sites for further study, monthly reports, and unpublished and published archaeological reports.
Supervises the design and implementation of archaeological survey and excavation projects and develops regional archaeological resource plans.
Reviews environmental impact statements and assessments, federal project notifications and other projects in accord with federal and state guidelines regarding prehistoric and historic archaeological sites.
Supervises and prepares nominations to the National Register of Historic Places by doing archaeological research and compiles archaeological and historical information for museum exhibits.
Designs and implements archaeological survey and excavation projects; develops regional archaeological resource plans.
Performs related work as required.
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