BUREAU OF LAND MANAGEMENT INTERNSHIP PROGRAM

Summer 2019 internships with the United States Department of the Interior's BLM are now closed for Summer 2019.

BLM SOCIAL SCIENCES INTERNSHIPS

ALASKA

Fisheries Biologist/Hydrologist/Physical Scientist Internship

Description/Responsibilities:

  • Assist the Senior Navigable Waters Specialist by: -
    • Researching water bodies for evidence of navigability through review of historical records
    • Remote field work by air or by boats
    • Data input
    • Writing reports
  • May include investigating raft design differences at the time of Alaska's statehood versus modern designs or identify boats used for commerce by region statewide at the time of statehood
  • Likely include critical review of historical navigability documents to populate existing data base and/or create maps to be included in reports.

Eligibility:

  • Preferred majors: Geology, hydrology, geography, history, law, archeology, environmental studies, outdoor studies
  • General knowledge of automated data systems
  • Ability to perform data entry and other digital processing
  • Ability to meet and communicate effectively with people of various cultures and backgrounds
  • Skill in written communication, including accurate application of grammar, format, and citations.
  • Skill in establishing and maintaining administrative records, including data management.
  • Requires extensive periods of sitting, concentration, long hours of research, reading, analyzing various forms of data.
  • Requires occasional travel to other sites, including libraries and archives, with possible travel to rural and urban locations may involve the risks or discomforts associated with travel to remote locations in Alaska.

Location: Anchorage, Alaska

Navigable Waters Specialist

Description/Responsibilities:

  • Assist the Senior Navigable Waters Specialist by: researching water bodies for evidence of navigability through review of historical records
  • Remote field work by air or by boats, data input, and writing reports.
  • Special research assignment could include investigating raft design differences

Eligibility:

  • Preferred majors: Geology, hydrology, geography, history, law, archeology, environmental studies, outdoor studies
  • General knowledge of automated data systems
  • Ability to perform data entry and other digital processing
  • Ability to meet and communicate effectively with people of various cultures and backgrounds
  • Skill in written communication, including accurate application of grammar, format, and citations
  • Skill in establishing and maintaining administrative records, including data management
  • Requires extensive periods of sitting, concentration, long hours of research, reading, analyzing various forms of data
  • Requires occasional travel to other sites, including libraries and archives, with possible travel to rural and urban locations may involve the risks or discomforts associated with travel to remote locations in Alaska.

Location: Anchorage, Alaska

ARIZONA

Public Affairs Specialist

Description/Responsibilities:

  • Analyze the National Training Center’s current marketing and branding practices, identify potential areas for improvement and present solutions to the NTC Management Team
  • Assist in the development and outline of tangible and digital marketing materials for the NTC including the development of an NTC Brochure and Newsletter, branding and content development of NTC Sharepoint Site, and the promotion of NTC trainings through the BLM Daily and a NTC Promotional video

Eligibility:

  • Preferred majors: Marketing, Digital Marketing, Communication, Political Science, Journalism, Digital Culture, Film Production, Multimedia Design
  • Valid state issued driver’s license required
  • Strong verbal and written communication skills
  • Ability to multi-task, write reports, create presentations, and preform some video editing work
  • Must be innovative and results driven
  • Must have knowledge of basic marketing techniques and/or web design practices
  • Must have knowledge of current social media platforms, trends, and practices
  • Proficient in MS Office Suite (Word, PowerPoint, Excel, Publisher)
  • Experience with Adobe Creative Suite preferred
  • Interest in branding, web design, marketing, digital storytelling, and/or multimedia design preferred

Location: Phoenix, Arizona

Archaeologist

Description/Responsibilities:

  • Perform professional work in heritage resource management within the framework of BLM's multiple use mission
  • Primary focus will be on oil and gas permitting activities with additional project opportunities related to grazing, recreation and rights of ways
  • Ensures compliance with Section 106 and 110 of the National Historic Preservation Act
  • Consults with BLM management, other archaeologists, land owners, state government officials, tribal governments to provide information
  • Writes and prepares heritage and paleontological resource input for portions of environmental documents such as environmental assessments and planning documents.

Eligibility:

  • Preferred majors: Archaeology
  • Valid state issued driver’s license required
  • Masters degree or higher in Archeology or closely related field
  • Bachelor’s degree working towards a Master’s will be considered
  • In-depth professional knowledge of the principles, concepts, theories, and methods of archeology, cultural resource management, ethnohistory and history, including a working knowledge of site evaluation, stabilization, and reconstruction methods, in order to write professional reports; design and implement archeological surveys; conduct archeological

Location: Bakersfield, California

CALIFORNIA

Park Ranger, GS 0025

Description/Responsibilities:

  • Assist the Berryessa Snow Mountain National Monument Manager with volunteer project coordination and development of conservation education outreach projects

Eligibility:

  • Preferred majors: Community planning, natural resources, cultural resources, or sociology
  • Valid state issued driver’s license required
  • Applicants should be either a graduate of or be enrolled in a Bachelor's degree program
  • Candidates must be able to communicate clearly with the public and be able to hike steep trails.

Location: Ukiah, California

Archaeological Technician, GS 0102

Description/Responsibilities:

  • Intern will collect Chinese heritage information from field offices, which would be used to populate the BLM and Forest Service sponsored website: "https://exploreapaheritage.com/"

Eligibility:

  • Preferred majors: Community planning, natural resources, cultural resources, or sociology
  • Valid state issued driver’s license required

Location: Ukiah, California

Park Ranger

Description/Responsibilities:

  • The Ord Mountain (OM)/Newberry Rodman (NR) effectiveness-monitoring project consists of intense survey of previous restoration, signing, route maintenance, fencing, and management activities in these two subregions of the West Mojave Plan area (WEMO).

Eligibility:

  • Preferred majors: Natural science, recreation, planning
  • This internship requires experience working in harsh desert environments while collecting field data, doing route/trail restoration, and operating basic hand tools. The intern should be working on a general resources program in order to have a broad understanding of the various issues and challenges.

Location: Barstow, California

Realty Specialist, GS 1170

Description/Responsibilities:

  • Planning and conducting lands and realty existing rights/uses inventory
  • Locating and assisting with recording of existing land uses
  • Title Document Review (easements, deeds, grants, right-of-ways)
  • Case file research/review, field inventory, Recordation, project documentation,
  • GIS data collection and management
  • Project will entail planning and conducting lands and realty existing rights/uses inventory for the Cotoni-Coast Dairies unit of the California Coastal National Monument in Santa Cruz County, California
  • Work will focus on locating and assisting with recording of existing land uses present on the Cotoni-Coast Dairies property
  • Many of the land rights/uses have title records documentation, but have limited locational data (e.g., lack of location maps)
  • Workload would be divided between: Title Document Review (easements, deeds, grants, rights-of-way); Case file research/review; Field inventory; Recordation; project documentation; GIS data collection and management

Eligibility:

  • Preferred majors: Pre-law, business, real estate, history, economics
  • The intern will be responsible for conducting background research (locate title records), developing a system to efficiently investigate/identify/locate (GPS points) the existing lands rights/uses in the field).
  • Investigate/identify/locate (GPS points) the existing lands rights/uses in the field)
  • Intern will also be responsible for reporting the results of this work in internal BLM files, and ArcGIS geo-databases

Location: Marina, California

APPLICATION RE-OPENS FALL 2019

MISSISSIPPI

Archaeological Technician

Description/Responsibilities:

  • Predominately work will be in the office; very little field work is planned.
  • Office work consists of assisting with writing letters to State Historic Preservation Officers (SHPOs), Tribal Preservations Officials and their leadership.
  • Organizing and scanning office cultural files.
  • Field work is planned up to 3 to 4 days of shovel testing. There may be an overnight travel involved with fieldwork.

Eligibility:

  • Preferred majors: Anthropology/Sociology
  • Must have a valid state-issued driver’s license
  • Minimum of two years college; course work should include; Introduction to Archaeology, Archaeological Method and Theory, Archaeological Field School, American History, familiarity with Native American cultures (Southeastern US would be great).

Location: Flowood, Mississippi

Archaeological Technician

Description/Responsibilities:

  • The BLM Winnemucca District utilizes a cultural resources geographic information system (GIS) database of archaeological sites that was created in the 1990s and has been updated over the years as new sites were located. A DHA intern came to Winnemucca in 2018 to review the database and digitize any archaeological sites that were missing, which was very successful. As a result, the database is essentially complete in that it has all the known sites; however, the database is lacking in attribute data for those sites, which has been compounded by the transition to the new BLM National Cultural Resources Database Standard which includes additional attributes that must be entered.

Eligibility:

  • Preferred majors: Anthropology, Archaeology, and/or Geographic Information Systems (GIS)
  • Must have a valid state-issued driver’s license
  • Bachelor's degree in one of the following programs: Anthropology, Archaeology, or Geographic Information Systems (GIS). An in-progress or completed Master's degree in one of the previously-listed programs is preferred but not required.

Location: Winnemucca, Nevada

NEVADA

Realty Specialist

Description/Responsibilities:

  • Become familiar with the history of each ROW casefile, from receipt of the application through the issuance of the grant.
  • Conduct site and compliance inspections of the project/s.

Eligibility:

  • Preferred majors: Real Estate, Land Law, Property Management, Operations Management, Business
  • Must have a valid state-issued driver’s license
  • Knowledge of- and skill in operating an electronic typewriter, a personal computer, and related equipment, such as printers, copiers and fax machines
  • Knowledge of software package functions and features to review and format letters or other documents

Location: Las Vegas, Nevada

Park Ranger

Description/Responsibilities:

  • Assist the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) Southern Nevada District with the management of the Logandale Trails Off-Highway Vehicle Recreation Area.

Eligibility:

  • Preferred majors: Outdoor Recreation in Parks and Tourism, Natural Resource Recreation Planning and Management
  • High level of motivation, communication skills, dependability, organizational skills
  • Ability to work in both office and outdoor environments.
  • Proven experience with computers and knowledge of design programs
  • Familiarity with Global Positioning Systems, ArcGIS

Location: Las Vegas, Nevada

Management and Program Analyst

Description/Responsibilities:

  • Update the Implementation Agreement (IA) for the Lincoln County Land Act and the Lincoln County Conservation, Recreation, and Development Act. The IA needs to be updated to align with how we manage lands sales related to the acts and expenditure of funds generated by the land sales.

Eligibility:

  • Preferred majors: Pre-law, business, political science, and other related majors
  • Strong organizational, oral, and writing skills.

Location: Reno, Nevada

Land Law Examiner

Description/Responsibilities:

  • Assist the staff of geologists, Petroleum Engineer, PET, and land law examiners to help create units for new geothermal leases and plants and issue new leases.
  • Assist the geologists and engineer in updating the AMFSS and GRASS database.
  • Assist the team of land law examiners in verifying that lands are available for leasing for the upcoming oil, gas and geothermal lease sales. Nevada has one of most active geothermal programs in the Bureau. In the 11 weeks, the incumbent will learn complex legal land status determinations.

Eligibility:

  • Preferred majors: Business, Real Estate, Paralegal, Law, Pre-law - preferred but any degree will work
  • Must have a valid state-issued driver’s license
  • Must know GIS and be able to understand legal land.

Location: Reno, Nevada

Geologist

Description/Responsibilities:

  • A 2001 revision of the surface management regulations (governing operations conducted for the exploration of minerals subject to claim under the General Mining Law) has resulted in many notices (proposals that disturbed less than five acres) expiring. These were predominately proposals for exploratory drilling. These expired notice sites must be inspected, and any outstanding reclamation requirements must be verified and documented. Many will challenge participant’s skills in researching past activities in the area and accurately allocating disturbances to appropriate operators.
  • Perform those inspections, produce all pertinent documentation and may draft follow up correspondence to the operator of each expired notice.

Eligibility:

  • Preferred majors: Environmental, geologic or engineering
  • Must have a valid state-issued driver’s license.
  • Classes or experience in geology, geologic mapping, reclamation, environmental hazards, or hydrology.
  • Basic ArcGIS or mapping would be a plus.
  • Must be able to work in outdoor/rugged conditions, ability to hike to sites, and drive 4WD vehicles in often poor road conditions.

Location: Winnemucca, Nevada

Geology and/or Geographic Information Specialist

Description/Responsibilities:

  • This will include reading current BLM regulations, agreements, policies, manuals, and handbooks; participating in resource meetings; assisting with GIS database management of the Potential Fossil Yield Classification (PFYC) and paleontological locality data; and reviews for National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) documents.
  • The paleontology intern will also be assigned a project to be completed upon conclusion of the internship. The project relates to BLM’s PFYC database initiative and fossil data collection. There are two aspects to this project:
    • (1) The intern would aid the BLM Regional Paleontologist in researching geological formations and entering the data into the existing PFYC database to determine the likelihood of a formation to yield fossils.
    • (2) The intern would assist in setting up the Geographic Information Systems (GIS) data collection method/format for Paleontological Localities using the app Collector for ArcGIS and/or Survey123.Upon completion of the project, paleontology intern would complete a “how to guide” for using Collector for ArcGIS and/or Survey123 app as a final product for the project.

Eligibility:

  • Preferred majors: Geology and/or Geography
  • Valid state issued driver’s license required
  • Have an interest in New Mexico geology, fossils, and geographic information systems (GIS)
  • Have good work ethics, good time management skills, problem-solving capabilities, work independently and unsupervised for portions of their internship, and good communication skills with other BLM specialists
  • Coursework and/or experience with paleontological resources and with GIS (specifically ERSI products)
  • Students who have already obtained a Bachelor’s degree in geology or related field, and are working on their graduate degree are preferred

Location: Santa Fe, New Mexico

NEW MEXICO

Archaeologist and/or Geographic Information Specialist

Description/Responsibilities:

  • The archaeology intern will also be assigned a project to be completed upon conclusion of the internship. The project relates to BLM’s July 19,2018 IM titled Guidance for Implementation of National Cultural Resource Management Data Standard.
  • The student would aid the BLM NMSO in implementation of the new data standard through identifying information needs and assisting in development of data collection methods/formats that support the cultural resource data standard. There are two aspects to this project, organizing NMSO archaeology records/permit files and assisting in set up the Geographic Information Systems (GIS) data collection method/format using the app Collector for ArcGIS

Eligibility:

  • Preferred majors: Anthropology and/or Geography
  • Valid state issued driver’s license required
  • Coursework and/or experience working under the NHPA and with GIS (specifically ERSI products)
  • Students who have already obtained a Bachelor’s degree in anthropology or related field, and are working on their graduate degree are preferred
  • Have an interest in New Mexico cultural heritage resources, prehistoric southwestern and/or plains archaeology, the National Historic Preservation Act (NHPA), and other preservation laws and policies
  • Have good work ethics, good time management skills, problem solving capabilities, work independently and unsupervised for portions of their internship, and good communication skills with other BLM specialists

Location: Santa Fe, New Mexico

APPLICATION RE-OPENS FALL 2019

Archaeologist

Description/Responsibilities:

  • Archaeology intern student will receive an overview of a NMSO archaeologist’s duties, including reading current cultural resource regulations, agreements, policies, manuals, and handbooks; participating and supporting the NHPA 106 compliance activities and consultation with State Historic Preservation Officer (SHPO), tribes, and consulting parties; assisting with Geographic Information Systems (GIS) database and New Mexico Cultural Resources Information Systems (NMCRIS); and reviews for National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) documents
  • Intern will also be assigned a project to be completed upon conclusion of the internship relating to the BLM’s obligation under the National Programmatic Agreement

Eligibility:

  • Preferred majors: Anthropology
  • Valid state issued driver’s license required
  • Coursework to include Historic Preservation and/or experience working under the NHPA
  • Students who have already obtained a Bachelor’s degree in anthropology or related field, and are working on their graduate degree or graduated with a graduate degree are preferred
  • Have an interest in New Mexico cultural heritage resources, prehistoric southwest and/or plains archaeology, the National Historic Preservation Act (NHPA), and other preservation laws and policies
  • Have good work ethic, time management skills, communication skills, and problem-solving capabilities
  • Have the ability to work independently and unsupervised for portions of their internship

Location: Santa Fe, New Mexico

Geographer, GS 0150

Description/Responsibilities:

  • The Land Records Team has an ongoing project converting multiple land tenure documents, including Master Title Plats, Historical Indices and Controlled Index Documents, to a modern geographic database and indexing platform.
  • This project has layers of complexity including extracting and converting tabular data from legacy tabular databases, python code supporting the automation of data capture and transformation, and daily database management tasks.
  • The team is small, with several vacant positions and we have several incomplete tasks that are perfect for an intern to step in and complete.
  • There are data transformation tasks, the organization and cataloging of our python production code, as well as tasks for the future development of our GIS process as we migrate to the newest version of our GIS software.

Eligibility:

  • Preferred majors: geography; or related physical or social science such as geology, meteorology, economics, statistics, sociology, anthropology, political science, history, cartography, computer science, urban studies, or planning that included at least 24 semester hours in geography or related fields OR combination of education and experience: courses equivalent to a major in geography, or a related field that included at least 24 semester hours in geography or related fields, as shown in A above, plus appropriate experience or additional education
  • Knowledge of ArcGIS 10.x, ArcGIS Pro, Python (Basic), Visual Basic Script, Relational Database Management Systems
  • Understanding of the ArcGIS File Geodatabase

Location: Portland, Oregon

OREGON

UTAH

Archaeological Technician, GS 0102

Description/Responsibilities:

  • The BLM Vernal Field Office has a proposed campground, three proposed trailheads, and 55 miles of proposed non-motorized trails, totaling 960 acres. These proposals all need class III cultural surveys completed in order to determine their viability.
  • Due to only having two Archaeological Technicians on our Table of Organization that have been identified to prioritize workloads that do not include the aforementioned surveys, our team is looking for two interns that can complete the surveys required for the National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) process.

Eligibility:

  • Preferred majors: Archeology
  • Must have a valid state-issued driver’s license
  • Applicants must possess a bachelor’s degree in archaeology with at least six months of experience conducting cultural surveys in the field

Location: Vernal, Utah

Geospatial Information Specialist, GS 0301

Description/Responsibilities:

  • The end goal is to have a GIS database that will be used on tablets out in the field to record every sign out on the landscape. This database will have the capability to document proposed and damaged signs.
  • The data collected in the field will be uploaded to an online database that can be accessed by the field office sign coordinator who will then come up with a phased plan of sign installation and repair.

Eligibility:

  • Preferred majors: Geographic Information Systems, Geography, Recreation Planning
  • Must have a valid state-issued driver’s license
  • At least 1 year of experience using GIS software, and building and managing file geodatabases
  • Should be proficient using mobile tablets and familiar with collecting data using the Collector Application.
  • Should be comfortable working alone and driving on 4wd roads

Location: Vernal, Utah

Web Manager/Web Specialist

Description/Responsibilities:

  • The BLM’s website was recently updated and a lot of information was removed or moved. The WO-300 uses the website to disseminate crucial information to the public on policies, projects and program status.
  • Perform web design, development, and maintenance to update the website.
  • Manage the energy, minerals and realty management web content, pages and links with the overall goal of building a better and more efficient and effective website.
  • Service WO-300 with process improvements, currency of data, and improved customer service.
  • It is expected that the intern will familiarize themselves with the BLM web style guidelines.
  • Ensure current web links are not broken and are directed to the correct content.
  • Correct formatting errors and will use web design tools and experience to enhance the visual aesthetic of the website.
  • Add data requested in draft format.
  • Work with the records department to identify content that should be added to the website and make certain it is properly added and referenced.

Eligibility:

  • Preferred majors: Information Technology, Graphics Design, Web Management, Public Affairs, Data Management, Computer Science, etc.
  • Must have a valid state-issued driver’s license

Location: Washington, D.C.

WASHINGTON, DC

Public Affairs Specialist

Description/Responsibilities:

  • Establish visual information products and processes in support of BLM-ES communications to internal and external audiences.

Eligibility:

  • Preferred majors: Communication; Journalism; Multimedia; or military-equivalent school -- Defense Information School
  • Must have a valid state-issued driver’s license
  • Must have Designed layout and production of printed material, as well as for the design and display of such visual materials as photographs, illustrations, diagrams, graphs, objects, models, presentations, charts, and exhibits.

Location: Washington, D.C.

Land Law Examiner

Description/Responsibilities:

  • The Bureau of Land Management-Eastern States (BLM-ES) has a long history of researching and identifying scattered land tracts to determine remaining public domain land within its jurisdiction. Our role is to make a conclusive determination as to whether or not the title remains within the public domain. Before BLM-ES can develop land use plans to dispose of or manage lands, or take action on public lands, it must ensure that title is vested in the United States. Complexities for identifying lands in the East are magnified by the vast geographic area, terrain, and difficulty in locating boundaries. Additionally, extensive archival research and legal analysis are often required to resolve title issues dating back to the Public Land Ordinance of 1785.

Eligibility:

  • Preferred majors: Realty, Land Law, Paralegal
  • Must have a valid state-issued driver’s license
  • Application and interpretation of Land Laws, Archival Records Examination
  • Basic office skills

Location: Washington, D.C.

Geospatial Information Specialist

Description/Responsibilities:

  • The Bureau of Land Management's multiple-use mission is a powerful tool for unlocking development of modern energy infrastructure and supporting job growth in the energy industry. Most BLM managed minerals lie beneath lands described by the Public Land Survey System. The Public Land Survey System grid could use improvement in the areas that are considered of high importance in the Eastern States.

Eligibility:

  • Preferred majors: Geography, GIS, Geographic Information Systems
  • Must have a valid state-issued driver’s license
  • GIS Specialist familiar with georeferencing raster images in ArcGIS
  • Editing and creating geospatial datasets
  • Web map and application creation using ArcGIS Online and/or ArcGIS Enterprise

Location: Washington, D.C.

WYOMING

Cartographic Technician

Description/Responsibilities:

  • The Bureau of Land Management cannot implement legally defensible policy on the ground without clearly defined locatable federal boundaries. Typical examples are resolving trespass, leasing and managing permits. For this reason, this project directly correlates to 4 identified career field families.

Eligibility:

  • Preferred majors: Geology, Geography, Cartography, Surveying, Civil Engineering - but no specific degree is required.
  • Must have a valid state-issued driver’s license
  • Must be able to hike in flat to moderately steep to steep terrain
  • Must be able to read and analyze historical data to develop logical search areas in the field
  • Must be able to generate and manage digital data
  • Familiarity with the public land survey system (PLSS), GIS, orienteering and surveying are desirable but not required

Location: Rock Springs, Wyoming

Archaeologist

Description/Responsibilities:

  • In 2017, Cody Field Office obtained ~ 300 acres of 1.2 cm ground sample distance (GSD) orthoimagery and digital surface model (DSM) through an Unmanned Aerial System (UAS) mission. Additionally, we coordinated with US Fish and Wildlife Service to obtain 1,000 acres of overlapping 3.5 cm GSD orthoimagery and DSM obtained with a general aviation platform. Data were captured in order to identify, delineate, and document a large-scale, surficial stone feature, cultural landscape. We propose to analyze these newly acquired data. We seek to utilize Direct Hire Authority for Resource Assistant Internship Programs to advertise, recruit, and hire a successful candidate.

Eligibility:

  • Preferred majors: Archaeology; Anthropology; Geographic Information Systems; Geography
  • Must have a valid state-issued driver’s license
  • Bachelor’s or Master’s degree in above listed disciplines with proficiency in ArcGIS. Skills in operating GPS equipment to locate and map features.
  • Familiarity with Agisoft Photoscan, Adobe CC (Premiere Pro & Photoshop) and Microsoft Office useful.

Location: Cody, Wyoming

Park Ranger Historian

Description/Responsibilities:

  • The Bureau of Land Management’s National Historic Trails Interpretive Center is seeking a capable, self-reliant and detail-oriented intern to compose an unprecedented research collection of documents, maps, photographs, reminiscences, historic newspaper accounts, and contemporary interviews relevant to a significant battle of the Plains Indian Wars from July 1865. The collection that results from the intern’s work as outlined below will serve internal and external researchers, land managers, and interpreters for decades to come, and is vitally important to an imminent Environmental Assessment of the battle site, which - by consensus of all researchers since the 1920s - is the burial site of nineteen United States Army cavalrymen that died in the fighting. Physical location of their common grave is a high priority in the EA process.

Eligibility:

  • Preferred majors: History, Archaeology, archives management
  • Must have a valid state-issued driver’s license.
  • Ideal minimum work experience includes research into the history of the Western United States in the mid-nineteenth century; (knowledge of the Plains Indian Wars and Army operations in the West during the Civil War is desirable but not mandatory). Research should ideally have resulted in the intern writing an academic paper interpreting particular historic period events, explaining the results of the research and the significance of the events.
  • Additional minimum work experience should include specific and recurring duties in organizing and maintaining documentary reference files, including printed and digital media and photographs.
  • Qualifying experience should demonstrate an ability to work effectively with varied cultural resource managers.
  • Work experience and academic competencies should have included ongoing historic research and consultation, using various academic archives, and drawing on personal interaction with subject matter experts as well as professional archivists and librarians. Education competencies should include studies in American history and the interpretation of findings to the public.

Location: Casper, Wyoming

APPLICATION RE-OPENS FALL 2019