[Heritage] Heritage News 2003-06-16
Heritage.Info at state.or.us
Mon Jun 16 17:31:28 PDT 2003
In this issue:
1. 'History detectives' on the prowl
2. Archeologist position open
'HISTORY DETECTIVES' ON THE PROWL
"History Detectives" is a new PBS series that investigates questions posed
by the public about some of history's mysteries. They're in production and
are looking for stories set in historic Oregon.
Their team of historians and antiquities experts will set out to answer
questions about: artifacts recently discovered whose history is unclear,
historic homes and other buildings/ facilities whose rich past may not be
fully known and family heirlooms with an unknown, or only partially known
If you, a friend or neighbor have an object, home, or a building that you
think fits this description, please contact Fred Grinstein at Lion
Television: fredg at liontv.org or call 212-206-8633 ext. 29. Or visit
ARCHEOLOGIST POSITION OPEN
The State Historic Preservation Office in the Oregon Parks and Recreation Department is seeking exceptional candidates for appointment as a statt archeologist, located in Salem.
There is one current limited duration, full-time vacancy.
The Staff Archeologist provides professional, legal and regulatory review of Federal projects, federally funded, licensed or permitted projects as to impact on historic and archaeological resources. This position provides technical and professional expertise in the field of archaeology. The position also serves as the technical resource person for staff administration for the federal Archaeological Review Compliance and provides support staffing for Federal program areas including Comprehensive Planning (archaeology), Survey & Inventory (archaeology), and National Register (archaeology).
You must complete a State of Oregon application (form PD100). Application forms may be obtained from any local office of the Oregon Employment Department OR most state agency personnel offices. Applications and information about the position are also available from www.oregonjobs.org. If you have a disability and need assistance completing the application materials, you may call the OPRD Personnel Services Section at (503) 378-4168, ext. 286.
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