The ACHP is seeking a Digital Operations Coordinator (GG-13) within the Office of Federal Agency Programs in Washington, DC. This new position will analyze and manage data regarding the ACHP’s participation in and oversight of project planning reviews carried out under Section 106 of the National Historic Preservation Act. The incumbent will draw on knowledge of the Section 106 process and experience working with databases and other digital tools to help improve the ACHP's use of electronic communication and digital information to enhance the timeliness and efficiency of reviews.
The Advisory Council on Historic Preservation is now recruiting for the position of Executive Director, located in Washington, DC.
While the position is in the Senior Executive Service (SES), applicants need not be in the SES currently. It is open to the public as well as other federal employees. The primary duties of the position are to oversee the day-to-day operations of the ACHP, supervise its professional staff, and provide support to the ACHP chairman and membership. Please see the linked job announcement for more details.
Applications will be received through that website until August 15, 2022.
The Advisory Council on Historic Preservation, Office of General Counsel, in Washington, DC, is recruiting a Government Information Specialist (GG-11).
Details are available on the ACHP Careers webpage.
The Advisory Council on Historic Preservation is now recruiting for two positions within the ACHP’s Office of Federal Agency Programs (OFAP), located in Washington, DC. The OFAP plays a key role in meeting the ACHP’s mission to advise the President and Congress on historic preservation matters, and oversees the Section 106 review process.
The Advisory Council on Historic Preservation (ACHP) is now recruiting for the position of Senior Program Analyst for Native Affairs (GG-14) within the ACHP’s Office of Native American Affairs (ONAA), Washington, DC.
The primary duties of this position include but are not limited to developing findings and recommendations regarding Native American historic preservation issues that are presented to the ACHP membership for adoption as agency policy; and developing and advancing government-wide initiatives that support the ACHP's strategic goals for improving federal agency consultation with Indian tribes and Native Hawaiian organizations (NHOs) and the protection of Native sacred places.