Lose the Cube: More Outdoor Government Careers
Chris McConnell | GovCentral
Department of the Interior
National Park Service
Historians at the National Park Service provide expert advice and guidance on to many programs including Technical Services Preservation as well as oversee and administer the policy, direction, long-range planning, goals and operations of the specific aspects of the preservation plan for the National Park Service.
Historians will be expected to have a specific undergraduate degree in a field like art or architecture as well as a minimum of 1-5 years in the field. For higher level positions, specialized experience in the field is expected. This would mean serving in a History department of a high school or University or running a local historic preservation center in your hometown.
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GS-9 to GS-11 For the 2010 Fiscal Year this is projected to be between $51,219 and $133,543. Congress is still debating the pay increase. The salary may increase based on the locality of the position.