The District Archeologist serves as the cultural, historical and paleontological resources program manager advising the District Management Team. They are responsible for providing guidance for developing, coordinating, monitoring, and directing the district’s program. Also responsible for developing and maintaining technical excellence in the program. Provides district guidelines, instructions, quality control, as well as the training needed for execution of the programed work. Functions as the authoritative source of information in support of managing prehistoric, historic, Native American and paleontological sites (including National Register of Historic Place properties), isolated artifacts, and cultural resource use permits.