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Driving the future of transportation with a diverse and innovative team
The Historic Preservation Team Lead supervises members of the Historic Preservation Team (HPT), and manages the cultural resources review of development projects in accordance with applicable regulations under the general direction of the Cultural Resources Program Manager. Reviews and approves documentation required under 36 CFR 800.11 in support of environmental review under ADOT's assumption of Federal responsibility for Categorical Exclusions and ADOT's assumption of responsibility for NEPA Program Assignment.
Manages and oversees schedules, consultant contracts, budgets, the preparation of required documentation that is legally sufficient and defensible in the court of law, and coordinates timely completion of project deliverables for cultural resource analyses, consultation, permitting, and NEPA/Environmental authorizations in accordance with federal and state law. Tracks environmental deliverables and ensures that the HPT projects are delivered on-schedule. Advises management and project teams of potential environmental risk relating to the protection of cultural resources, and suggests resolution. Supervises the work of professional consultants.
Essential Duties and Jobs:
Make project effect findings and A/NRHP eligibility recommendations, and prepare and review Section 106 documents, including Memoranda of Agreement, Programmatic Agreements, and consultation letters
Provide cultural resource input to environmental documents
Attend project related meetings
Provide project-specific information and technical expertise throughout the project development
Coordinate concerns with project team members, stakeholders, and agencies, and negotiate resolutions
Assist in the development of ADOT planning studies, serve on technical advisory committees, and assist in education and outreach efforts to other groups within ADOT
Perform contract administration tasks, including review and approve budgets and monthly billing of all cultural resources contracts
Determine need for consultant , prepare request for proposals, review proposals; provide assistance to Engineering Consultants for outside services
The State of Arizona provides an excellent comprehensive benefits package including:
Affordable medical, dental, life, and short-term disability insurance plans
Top-ranked retirement and long-term disability plans
Accrued vacation at 4.00 hours bi-weekly for the first 3 years
Sick days at 3.70 hours bi-weekly
10 paid holidays per year
Deferred compensation plan
To view additional details and apply directly for this job, please visit: https://www.azstatejobs.gov/home and search for req# 495622
The Ideal Candidate for this Position will have:
Training/experience in management/supervision of employees; training in Section 106 of NHPA, Arizona SHPA, Section 4(f), NEPA, and other State and Federal cultural resource laws and implementing regulations; experience in the evaluation and documentation of the historic built environment helpful; training/experience in project management, public speaking, facilitation, negotiation.
Must meet the Secretary of the Interior's Qualification Standards for Archaeology.
Valid Arizona Class D Driver License. Candidates for this position must complete page 5 of the State of Arizona Application for Employment at the time of interview, which will allow ADOT to obtain the candidate's motor vehicle record (MVR). The most recent 39-month period shown on the MVR will be reviewed in accordance with A.A.C. R2-10-207.12 (H) and (I). The review must show an acceptable driving record prior to any offer of employment being made by ADOT. Employment is contingent upon an acceptable MVR.
Internal Number: 495622
About Arizona Department of Transportation
Mission and Vision
The Arizona Department of Transportation (ADOT) is a multimodal transportation agency serving one of the fastest-growing areas of the country. ADOT is responsible for planning, building and operating a complex highway system in addition to building and maintaining bridges and the Grand Canyon Airport. A major component of the organization is the Motor Vehicle Division, which provides title, registration and driver-license services to the general public throughout the state of Arizona.
ADOT is funded by the people who purchase fuel, drive or own private and commercial vehicles, or use transportation services. To build and operate the state’s transportation systems, individuals and businesses invest money through fuel taxes, motor-carrier fees and vehicle title, registration and license fees. About 80 percent of the money ADOT collects returns to the private sector in the form of paychecks and payment for transportation services and materials.
Transportation puts people to work building projects. Projects, in turn, deliver goods and services that spur economic development and attract jobs to the state, creating a cycle of economic benefit.
We at ADOT stri...ve to deliver a range of transportation projects successfully in an economic environment with fewer employees and declining resources. Like you, we are trying to do more with less as we sharpen our focus on results for Arizona.
We continue to examine diverse, integrated transportation options for moving people and goods to create jobs and deliver economic and quality-of-life benefits for Arizona residents and businesses. ADOT’s role is to assist policymakers by providing objective information that helps them decide the best solutions to connect communities across Arizona with the full range of resources available.
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