FACIMERIE LAYLAY IOANIS, ASSISTANT PUBLIC EDUCATOR

Job description

Conduct sessions, tour guide, radio program and awareness to all site visits requested. Assist HPO staff fields technicians and interested organizations/institutes on ethnography and archaeology programs. Perform public education to schools, communities, requested individuals and agencies regarding the importance of Pohnpei historical and cultural heritages.

JASON BARNABAS, HISTORIC PRESERVATION SPECIALIST

Conduct reconnaissance survey assessment for historic preservation clearance assistance for professional archaeological and anthropological researchers on intensive investigations/survey. Collection and storage of ethnographical and archaeological data for for the division public education programs, tour guides and dissemination of information to the general public regarding historic and cultural resources, office function, importance of out heritages, etc… Capacity building for pohnpei state HPO and FSM HPO’s in computer application, basic repair, and surveying methodologies. Preparation, update and input of pohnpei state registry, U.S. national registry nomination and survey forms. Draft of quarterly report, assessments, work-plan, overview reports. Project notification and division permit for HPO pohnpei state government, National HPO and U.S. National park service outreach promotions for institutes, organization, or agencies regarding historic and cultural heritages within our region.

ROSTER LEMUEL, FEDERAL PROGRAM COORDINATOR II

Responsible for coordinating all federal assistance programs. Responsible for preparation of pohnpei historic budget for both local and federal funds. Responsible for HPF end of year report and grant application. Responsible for variety of financial and narrative reports to the national office and U.S. government agencies regarding current programs. Coordinate with pohnpei state department of treasury & administration for reconciliation of both local and federal fund. Personal action ( recruitments, contracts, permanent position), TAs, miscellaneous request, and disseminate information regarding the status of federal programs, policies, and activities to all interested agencies, civilian as well as government.

SHAKIRA EDGAR, SECRETARY

Responsible for the clerical duties for the Division of Historic Preservation such as: Answering phone, Recieve and log incoming and outgoing correspondence, Scheduling appointment for all HPO staff, Responsible for HPO daily time and attendance, Maintain office filing, and prepare Historic Preservation applications and issuance of historic preservation clearance permits.


TRASLEEN NETH, FIELD RESEARCHER

Responsible in conducting historic sites survey in the villages around Pohnpei and outer island of Pohnpei. Act as a liaison officer between Historic Preservation and community leaders. Interview local historians gather information from them. Seeks informative historian, municipal leaders and land owner in order to enhance project site which are funded by either the local or federal government and provide recommendations to the HPO. Prepare survey report and other requires reports.


JULINDA ANDON, CUSTODIAN