Cultural Resouces Professionals (multiple position types) for PB&A- Washington, DC (area)

Cultural Resources Professionals in the Washington DC Area

PB&A is seeking Cultural Resource Professionals to fill these upcoming positions: Senior Historian, Research & Writing Historian, Content Historian, Remote Sensing Specialist, Advanced Archivist, General Archivist, Advanced and General Freedom of Information Act Specialists, Transcribers, Geographic Information Systems Specialist, Technical Editor, Photographer, Graphics Specialist, Collection Management Specialist, and Geomorphologist. Experience working in Navy Museum(s) is a plus. Work will include conducting comprehensive surveys for purpose of identification, evaluation, and treatment of cultural resources under the jurisdiction of the Navy; preparing interpretive and educational materials for the Navy’s cultural resource heritage (brochures, videos, exhibits, interactive computer-based materials); preparing State Historic Preservation Office documentation; preparing National Register of Historic Places nomination forms; conducting archaeological surveys and NRHP eligibility evaluations, preparing Integrated Cultural Resource Management Plans; preparing draft Memorandum of Agreements and Programmatic Agreements for addressing archaeological issues; developing historic contexts; and conducting archival research. The minimum requirements for each position are as follows:

Senior Historian – Possess 1) a current SECRET Clearance, 2) be an expert in Naval Military History, and 3) 15 years’ experience.

Research and Writing Historian – Possess 1) a current SECRET Clearance, 2) be a history expert, 3) 3-8 years’ experience.

Content Historian – Possess 1) a current SECRET Clearance, 2) degree in history, and 3) 0-3 years’ experience.

Remote Sensing Specialist – Have the ability to provide technical knowledge and analysis of highly specialized applications and operational environment, high-level functional systems analysis, design, integration, documentation and implementation advice on exceptionally complex problems that require graduate level knowledge of remote sensing techniques for effective implementation.

Advanced Archivist – Possess a 1) TOP SECRET clearance, 2) Minimum of 5 years’ experience working with archival collections, including processing, appraisal, reference service, and the creation of finding aids and archival metadata, 3) Have experience with current electronic records management software, preferably TRIM, Microsoft Office Suite, particularly Excel and Access and have extensive experience with Adobe Acrobat, including document conversion and development, 4) Have a minimum of six (6) years’ experience in history, archival science, or information management.

General Archivist – Possess 1) A current TOP SECRET clearance, 2) minimum of 5 years’ experience working with archival collections, including processing, appraisal, reference service, and the creation of finding aids and archival metadata, 3) Have experience with current electronic records management software, preferably TRIM, Microsoft Office Suite, particularly Excel and Access and have extensive experience with Adobe Acrobat, including document conversion and development; 4) Have a minimum of six (6) years’ experience in history, archival science, or information management, 5) 5.Needs strong written and oral communication skills, ability to lift and move 40 pound box, and ability to climb up and down ladders.

Advanced Freedom of Information Act Specialist – Possess 1) TOP SECRET clearance, 2) minimum of five years’ experience working with Freedom of Information Act responses. 3) Experience with Adobe Acrobat, including document conversion and development, 4) minimum of six years’ experience in archival science or information management.

General Freedom of Information Act Specialist – Possess 1) TOP SECRET clearance, 2) Minimum three years’ experience working with Freedom of Information Act responses, 3) Experience with Adobe Acrobat, including document conversion and development, 4) minimum of six years’ experience in archival science or information management.

Transcriber – Transcribe UNCLASSIFIED and SECRET oral histories or other audio materials verbatim with less than 5% errors (incorrect transcription of the dialogue, loss or oversight of dialogue, gross misspellings, and inaccurate designation of speaker). Transcribers will complete transcriptions at a rate of 1:10 hours. Must Possess 1) a current TOP SECRET clearance, 2) Minimum one year of experience in transcription and/or typing services.

Geographic Information Systems Specialist – Possess 1) BS in Geology, Natural Science, or Computer Science and 2) five years’ experience.

Technical Editor – Possess 1) BS in English or technical writing and 2) two years’ experience.

Photographer – Have the ability to design and produce graphics in support of cultural resource projects and provides technical knowledge and expertise on still, digital, and flash photography, videography, and photographic services.

Graphics Specialist – Have the ability to produce graphic art and visual materials for promotions, advertisements films, packaging, and informative and instructional material through a variety of media outlets such as websites and CD-ROMs. Generate and manipulate graphic images, animations, sound, text, and video into consolidated and seamless multimedia programs.

Collections Management Specialist – Have minimum two years’ experience in Navy collections management.

Geomorphologist (Archaeological) – Possess 1) MS degree in geology, 2) Experience with studying and evaluating soil deposition, surface movements of soil and water, applying dating techniques, and analyzing landform formation as it relates to archaeological deposits.

Send resume to contact@pbainc.com

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