The company is a woman-owned small business specializing in environmental and planning consulting services. We are unwavering in our commitment to provide clients with sustainable solutions to their environmental needs.
the company is currently seeking staff at multiple skill levels for various cultural resource projects in the city . Positions include qualified field directors, archeological field technicians, archeological crew chiefs, and architectural historians. All positions require PacNW field experience; preference will be given to those candidates with experience identifying and evaluating regional prehistoric, proto-historic, and/or historic-period archaeological resources. Excellent communication and interpersonal skills are required in order to provide strong focus and high quality customer service. Candidates must be able to travel and conduct work in inclement weather and through rugged terrain.
ALL candidates must be a U.S Citizen, have a current driver?s license, be able to pass a background security investigation, and have an original copy of their birth certificate to conduct field activities.
Overview of Responsibilities:
Identify and evaluate above-ground cultural resources (buildings, structures, objects, sites, and districts) for eligibility listing in the National Register of Historic Places; documenting these resources through research, survey, and analysis; and aiding in the management of these resources in accordance with the National Historic Preservation Act and other federal, state, local and international cultural resource laws. Conduct on-site investigation, survey, and documentation through written descriptions, measurements, sketches/drawings, photographic recordation and oral interviews. Work with other disciplines, including archaeology, architecture, landscape architecture, planning and engineering to integrate the consideration of cultural resources into project development and execution. Work with technical field and office staff, managers, and administrative staff to ensure that projects meet quality standards.
Architectural Historian Qualifications:
? Bachelor?s degree in Historic Preservation of Architecture, Architectural History or History; Master?s degree preferred.
? Knowledge on HABS/HAER recording standards and PacNW SHPO reporting standards and processes for build environment resources.
? 3-5 years of experience in the field of architectural history desired.
? Demonstrated experience to easily deal with ambiguity such as unexpected changes in weather, changes in work schedule, changes in client demands, and changes in project priorities.
? Candidate must be able to work within a group and individual setting with ability to work on multiple projects, completing all delegated tasks as required by client and within a specified timeline.
? Possess strong writing and effective communications skills.
? Prefer strong competency in GIS (Trimble, ArcGIS 10), general MS Office applications and Access database skills required.
? Must be organized, detail oriented, with the ability to take clear and accurate field notes.
All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to their race, color, religion, sex, or national origin.