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Posted: 10/21/2009

ASM Affiliates
Architectural History

ASM Affiliates, Inc. is 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, Arizona, New Mexico, and Nevada. Our clients include local, state, and federal agencies, public utilities, construction and engineering firms, planners and developers. Through teamwork and close working relations with clients, ASM devises feasible, cost-effective solutions that balance project requirements with compliance needs. ASM offers a full range of professional CRM services including constraints-feasibility analyses, overviews, predictive modeling, field surveys, archaeological sampling and testing, significance and National Register eligibility evaluations, Architectural History, Native American consultation and ethnography, archival studies, construction monitoring, data recovery, preservation planning, and custom designed/Geographic Information Systems (GIS) for municipal, state, and federal agencies, as well as private and tribal environmental and planning departments.

Associate Architectural Historian
Professional Opportunity
Pasadena, CA

ASM is seeking a talented cultural resource professional to join the Architectural History Team in the companys Pasadena, California office. The selected candidate is required to meet the Secretary of the Interiors Professional Qualification Standards in the field relative to his/her masters degree in historic preservation, architectural history, history, or architecture.

ASM Affiliates is a dynamic, full-service cultural resources firm in which you will work with other Architectural Historians, Historians, and Archaeologists in a collegial, intellectually-stimulating environment that fosters professional development.

A minimum of three years of experience in cultural resources management will ensure that you can work on a diverse range of projects for a well-developed client base that includes primarily federal and state agencies such as the DoD and Caltrans, but also local government and private entities. Project work will encompass the full scope of CRM activities including: architectural and cultural resource surveys and treatment plans; National Register evaluation through determinations of eligibility and formal NR nominations; effects determinations pursuant to Section 106 as well as cultural resource impacts analyses in compliance with the National Environmental Policy Act; Integrated Cultural Resource Management Plans; documentation and recordation of historic properties; writing Section 106 agreement documents; and participation in Section 106 consultation.

You will be expected to be a flexible, enthusiastic, proactive professional committed to client development and retention. As a Project Architectural Historian, you will be expected to perform efficiently in a team environment as well as working independently in a fast-paced environment. You will also be expected to work with minimal supervision under the direction of the Senior Architectural Historian and to provide technical support to Project Managers, in addition to managing your own projects as assigned.

ASM Affiliates offers a competitive compensation package and generous employee benefits. Talented, dedicated, proactive individuals will find numerous opportunities for professional development and advancement.

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

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