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Posted: 06/02/2010

Employer
KEA Group
Environmental


Position
Cultural Resource (Archaeology)/NEPA Specialist
Type
Professional Opportunity
Location
Atlanta, GA
Details
 

Position Description: The selected applicant will work as part of a team of environmental professionals to resolve issues for a variety of projects including, but not limited to, transportation projects. Primary responsibilities of this position will include field surveys, preparing various environmental documents, coordinating special studies, and working with state and federal resource agencies. Experience should include archaeological resource identification, Section 106 documentation, Section 4(f) Evaluation, National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) and/or Georgia Environmental Policy Act (GEPA) document preparation, and independent technical report writing. This position requires excellent oral and written communication skills, including public speaking. Occassional travel required. The archaeologist will work with internal staff as well as Prime and Subconsultant firms including design staff to work on ways to avoid/minimize impacts to identified NRHP-eligible resources.

Qualifications: Five (5) + years of experience with archaeological resource identification and documentation is required. Experience in NEPA/GEPA documentation and working knowledge of Georgia Department of Transportation NEPA requirements is preferred.

Required Education: B.S.

Preferred Education: M.S.

OPen until
Until Filled

How to apply
Please send Cover Letter and Resume/CV to Lenor Bromberg, Kennedy Engineering & Associates Group LLC
Lenor Bromberg

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