home news events jobs education resources  
 
Job Links
Staff Associate Architectural Historian






AddThis Social Bookmark Button
AddThis Feed Button

Posted: 07/14/2009

Employer
ASM Affiliates
History Department

ASM Affiliates, Inc. is a certified Small Business Enterprise specializing in archaeological and historical studies for compliance with local, state, and federal environmental requirements. Since incorporation in 1977, the firm has successfully completed more than 3,000 cultural resource investigations for both private sector and public agency projects throughout California, Nevada, Arizona, and New Mexico. ASM is recognized as a leader in the field of cultural resource management for the quality of our compliance-oriented research and for our innovative solutions to complex environmental resource issues.


Position
Staff Associate Architectural Historian
Type
Professional Opportunity
Location
Pasadena, CA
Details
 

ASM Affiliates is seeking a full-time associate architectural historian to assist senior staff in our Pasadena, California office. Viable candidates must meet the Secretary of the Interiors Minimum Qualifications (36 CFR Part 61), which require a graduate degree in architectural history or historic preservation. Candidates must be able to conduct research in support of assessing and evaluating historic properties. Local experience is a plus. Competitive salary and full benefits package available. Send cover letter and resume to cawright@asmaffiliates.com. For more information on our firm, please visit ASMs website at www.asmaffiliates.com. ASM is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

OPen until
Until Filled

How to apply
Send cover letter and resume to cawright@asmaffiliates.com.

Other Recent Listings

Orange County, Los Angeles Cou, CA
posted 10/20/17
McConnells, SC
posted 10/19/17
Boise, ID
posted 10/19/17
New Orleans, LA
posted 10/18/17
Atlanta, GA
posted 10/18/17
savannah, GA
posted 10/17/17
Raleigh, NC
posted 10/17/17
Raleigh, NC
posted 10/17/17
   

 

     

PreserveNet is maintained by Cornell University students with funding from the
National Council for Preservation Education.

home | news | events | jobs | education | resources | Site Map | Contact Us