The incumbent serves as a professional field Archaeologist to conduct Section 106 and Section 110 compliance. Major duties include, developing and implementing cultural resource inventories; preparing professional reports/maps of inventories and studies and reviewing reports/maps created by others; and ensuring all reports are adequate to comply with Section 106 of the National Historic Preservation Act and for submission to the Oregon State Historic Preservation Office. The incumbent may be required to train entry level Archaeologists. The incumbent performs research, conducts field investigations, and integrates results into agency or departmental documents. The Archaeologist also manages cultural resource geographic information systems (GIS) and tabular data, conducts library research, interpretation or consultative work; and prepares reports for publication, curatorship and exhibition of collections, or development and implementation of programs and projects which carry out such work. Fieldwork is required year-round in all weather conditions, and in rugged, uneven terrain on steep slopes and in dense brush.