CRC has an immediate opening for an experienced Historical Architect/Architectural Historian to supervise a neighbor survey project. This is a temporary position that will begin in early July and last at least until mid-November 2009.
The position combines research, fieldwork, and report writing. The selected individual will work with guidance from the firms principals, although they will also need to take initiative to resolve problems and be creative to assure tasks are completed in the most effective manner.
Some specific duties will include:
coordinating with other project personnel and interacting with agency officials;supervising a four-person architectural survey team;organizing and directing daily activities;records management and quality control;research and report writing, including:
preparing historic structure reports documenting existing conditions;
assessing the significance of identified resources;
and determining the effects on significant resources.
This position requires at least a Masters in architecture or historic preservation and related project management and supervisory experience. Previous Alaskan experience is preferred, but not necessary. Candidates must meet the Secretary of the Interiors qualifications for Historical Architect/Architectural Historian and should be proficient in research and documentation. Prior experience with the Section 106 process and in preparing Section 106 compliance documents is preferred. Strong computer and communication skills are a must. Tolerance for Alaskan weather and the ability to get along with co-workers are very important.
Special Working Conditions/Job Characteristics
The work will be in Anchorage. The successful candidate must be in Anchorage and ready to begin work by July 6, 2009.
The salary offered for this position is $65.00 per hour for 40-hour weeks. We do not anticipate any overtime. Transportation to Anchorage and housing will not be provided, although we will assist in finding housing.