Cultural Resources Planner/Analyst (LAD) 

Position Requirements

• Over 3 – less than 5 years of minimum related work experience requirement.

• Must understand and have demonstrated proficiency with cultural resource stewardship and interpretation activities with an emphasis on Hawaiian cultural resources and within the context of cultural landscapes.

• Must understand and have demonstrated experience with Hawaiian cultural values and practices associated with cultural sites, remains, and on-going traditions.

• Must be familiar with State of Hawai‘i and Federal legislation, rules and regulations governing historic preservation, cultural properties and cultural remains.

• Must be familiar with Native Hawaiian communities, agencies and organizations and be able to work effectively with local communities.

• Must have demonstrated experience and work effectively with interdisciplinary projects and associated personnel.

• Must be sensitive to and comfortable with cultural remains issues.

• Must be knowledgeable in Hawaiian geography and familiar with general Hawaiian culture, language and practices.

• Must have strong communication and interpersonal skills, including oral communication and writing for broad and varied audiences.

• Must be able to communicate and work effectively with varied organizations and individuals including, colleagues, lessees, tenants, agency personnel, special interest organizations, and community collaborators.

• Must be able to prioritize and manage multiple activities simultaneously; be able to meet deadlines, and to work independently with a high degree of accuracy.

• Must have experience with standard Microsoft Office software and audiovisual equipment.

• Must be able to work flexible hours.

• Must have a valid driver’s license.

Preferred Qualifications:

• Strong interpersonal skills, including presentations, oral communication and writing for broad and varied audiences.

• Able to speak, read and translate the Hawaiian language with fluency.

• Able to conduct cultural resource research at various repositories statewide.

• Experience with Arc View Geographic Information System, and creating databases in Microsoft Access.

• Experience with culture-focused stewardship and education program collaborators and teaching or working with educators.

• Familiarity with multimedia graphic and presentation systems, and video and still cameras.

• Knowledge of KS’ Strategic Plan mission and objectives.



Work Year 12.00 

Salary Schedule and Grade SR 

Work Type FT 

Special Notes None Specified 

Licenses None Specified 

Educational Requirements

Bachelor's Degree in Anthropology, Archaeology, Hawaiian Studies, Pacific Island Studies, Historic Preservation, Ethnography, Cultural Resources, Planning.

7-10 years of direct work experience considered in lieu of degree


Position Available Date  


Close Date 4/24/2012 

Location Kawaiahao Plaza 

About the Organization We are an equal employment opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, national origin, disability status, protected veteran status or any other characteristic protected by law. 

EOE Statement We are an Equal Opportunity Employer. 

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