Senior Program Analyst for Native American Affairs

District of Columbia, D.C
Nov 24, 2021
Nov 27, 2021
Full Time

This position is located within the Advisory Council on Historic Preservation (ACHP), Office of Native American Affairs in Washington, DC.

At the full performance level GG-14 the major duties of this position include, but are not limited to the following:

1. Develops findings and recommendations regarding Native American historic preservation issues that are presented to the ACHP membership for adoption as agency policy.
2. In coordination with the director of ONAA (Director), develops and advances 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.
3. Monitors, analyzes, and evaluates proposed legislation, regulations, and guidelines for programs and activities of federal agencies which may impact tribal and Native Hawaiian historic preservation issues and/or ACHP's policies.
4. Assists the director in the development and implementation of the ACHP's tribal and Native Hawaiian strategic plan responsibilities and ONNA's annual office work plan and designs modifications to resolve short-term workload imbalances.

The ACHP has determined that the duties of this position are immediately available for telework due to the current COVID-19 pandemic.

Salary Information
GG-14 Step 1 ($122,530) - Step 10 ($159,286) per annum. First time hires to the Federal government normally start at the lower salary range of the grade level.


Conditions of Employment

  • Selective Service: If you are a male applicant born after December 31, 1959, you must certify that you have registered with the Selective Service system, or are exempt from having to do so under the Selective Service Law. See


Minimum Qualification Requirements:
To qualify for this position you must meet the (1) Specialized Experience for the series to which you are applying.

(1) Specialized Experience
To qualify for the GG-14, you must possess at least one full year of specialized experience equivalent to the GG-13 level in the Federal service, or comparable experience not gained through Federal service. Specialized experience is defined as demonstrated experience: 1) administering and/or participating in complex, controversial, high profile Section 106 reviews with historic preservation issues of concern to Indian tribes and/or Native Hawaiian organizations; 2) working directly with indigenous communities and demonstrated work experience in addressing cultural resource or historic preservation issues of concern to Indian tribes and/or Native Hawaiians; and 3) addressing policy-level issues regarding tribal and/or Native Hawaiian consultation and/or the protection of sacred places or historic properties of religious and cultural significance to Indian tribes and/or Native Hawaiian organizations (Must meet all)

Additional information on the qualification requirements is outlined in the OPM Qualification Standards Handbook of General Schedule Positions and is available at OPM's website:

All qualification requirements must be met by the closing date of this announcement.


Education: This position does not have an educational requirement.

Foreign Education: Education completed in colleges or universities outside the United States may be used to meet the specific educational requirements as stated above. You must provide acceptable documentation that the foreign education is comparable to that received in an accredited educational institution in the United States. For more information on how foreign education is evaluated, visit:

Additional information

Applicants who include vulgar, offensive, or inappropriate language or information in their application package will be ineligible for further consideration for this position. The application contains information subject to the Privacy Act (P.L. 93-579, 5 USC 552a). The information is used to determine qualifications for employment, and is authorized under Title 5, USC, Section 3302 and 3361.

A preliminary background check must be completed before a new employee can begin work with the Advisory Council on Historic Preservation (ACHP). The preliminary background check consists of a search of Office of Personnel Management and Department of Defense background investigation files and an FBI National Criminal History Fingerprint Check; it may take up to 3 weeks to complete. If selected for this position, you will be extended a tentative offer of employment pending a satisfactory background check. Current Federal employees or individuals with an existing completed background investigation may not be required to undergo another background check; these will be handled on a case-by-case basis in coordination with the Bureau security office.

NOTICE: This employer participates in E-Verify and will utilize your Form I-9 information to confirm you are authorized to work in the U.S.

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