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Posted: 10/06/2009

Employer
Alexander Archaeological Consultants, Inc.

Alexander Archaeological Consultants, Inc. (AAC) has specialized in cultural resource management, archaeological research, and Holocene geomorphology since 1986. Registered in Alabama and Tennessee, the company president has conducted projects throughout the Southeast over the last 21 years. AAC has conducted over 200 Phase I surveys throughout the Tennessee River Valley. The company headquarters are located near Chattanooga, Tennessee, with offices, computer facilities, extensive library, and laboratory space. In 1996, AAC opened a branch office in Huntsville, Alabama.


Position
Architectural Historian
Type
Professional Opportunity
Location
Huntsville, AL
Details
 

Alexander Archaeological Consultants, Inc. (AAC) solicits applications for the position of Architectural Historian in its Huntsville, Alabama branch office. AACs principally serves clients in the Tennessee River Valley area including Alabama, Tennessee, and Georgia.

For this position, we seek highly motivated and experienced individuals to pursue quality historical architectural research in a cultural resource management context. Responsibilities will include historical research, architectural resource field survey, NRHP evaluations, effects assessments pursuant to Section 106, HABS/HAER documentation, and technical report writing. Previous experience with military resources and history is also preferred. Project assignments may require overnight travel.

Candidates must meet the Secretary of Interiors Professional Qualifications Standards for History or Architectural History. In addition, candidates must have at least three years professional experience in field survey and National Register evaluation of architectural resources, preferably in the context of Section 106 compliance. Professional experience in the southeastern region and in interpretation and evaluation of engineering/industrial and military resources will be given priority.

A preferred candidate will have a working familiarity with federal laws, regulations, standards, and guidelines governing cultural resources. Ability to communicate directly with a variety of clients in the public and private sector is a necessity as is the ability to work both on own initiative and as part of a team with other cultural resource professionals in the company. Applicants must have demonstrated ability to meet budget and schedule requirements. Prior experience with proposal writing and client interaction is strongly desired.

AAC offers a competitive salary based on experience. Full benefits package includes vacation, sick leave, holidays, medical/dental, disability insurance, and 401K (after a probationary period). The successful candidate must be willing to relocate to the Huntsville area. Telecommuting options are not available for this position. The position is a full-time, salaried position, not a project appointment.

OPen until
Until Filled

How to apply
Fax, e-mail, or mail resume No calls, please.
Josh Boutwell
Fax: (706) 820-4076
ADDRESS
P.O. Box 62
Wildwood, GA 30757

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