Some of what you will enjoy doing includes:
A Bachelor's degree in historic preservation, cultural anthropology, archaeology, cartography, geography, photogrammetry, geographic information systems, computer sciences, remote sensing, land survey, civil engineering, natural resources or closely related field
Includes at least one course in cartography and one course in computer sciences or geographic information systems.
A Bachelor’s degree in a non-related field
Completion of a yearlong undergraduate GIS Certificate program from an accredited University.
*Experience may substitute for education
Competencies - Incumbent must be able to:
Two years of experience in GIS.
Knowledge of archaeology and historic preservation for the following laws as well as understanding of the regulatory consultation workflow: National Historic Preservation Act, Section 106, Section 304, Executive Order 11593 (Protection and Enhancement of the Cultural Environment), Executive Order 05-05, Abandoned and Historic Cemeteries and Historic Graves (RCW 68.60), , Archaeological Resource Protection Act of 1979, Archaeological and Historic Preservation Act of 1974, Native American Graves Protection and Repatriation Act, , Archaeological Sites and Resources (RCW 27.53), Archaeological Excavation and Removal Permit (WAC 25-48), Abandoned and Historic Cemeteries and Historic Graves (RCW 68.60), Registration of Historic Archaeological Resources on State-Owned Aquatic Lands (WAC 25-46), Aquatic Lands - In General (RCW 79.90.565), and Archaeological Site Public Disclosure Exemption (RCW 42.56.300).