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Posted: 06/03/2010

Architectural Resources Group, Inc.

Architectural Historian / Preservation Planner
Professional Opportunity
Pasadena, CA

Architectural Resources Group, Inc. (ARG) is a full-service architectural and historic preservation planning firm based in San Francisco. The firm seeks an experienced Architectural Historian / Preservation Planner with a strong background in the fields of Architectural History, History, Architecture and Historic Preservation Planning to join their Pasadena office. This position requires an individual with a Master’s Degree in Architectural History, History or Historic Preservation or closely related field from an accredited institution. Ideally, the candidate should have two to three years post-graduate school work experience in a similar position(s). Candidate should meet the Secretary of the Interior’s Professional Qualifications Standards in History and/or Architectural History.

Applicants shall possess all of the following skills, interests or experience:

• research, writing, proofreading and editing skills

• experience documenting, surveying, evaluating, and researching historic properties and landscapes including, but not limited to, National and California Register documentation and HABS / HAER / HALS;

• excellent communication skills;

• ability to work in a team atmosphere and preference for working collaboratively;

• experience with architectural and historic resource survey and inventory projects;

• strong background in American architectural history;

• familiarity with architectural styles prevalent in California;

• strong computer skills with knowledge of GIS and Microsoft Office, including Access; additional experience with InDesign, Photoshop and AutoCAD helpful; and

• interest in urban design in historic settings

The following skills or experience are desirable but not required:

• project management skills and experience, including marketing, budgeting, billing and the development of client relationships;

• interest and ability to travel throughout the Western states for project work;

• experience with environmental review including Section 106 of the National Historic Preservation Act of 1966, NEPA and CEQA;

• ability to present project findings in a public setting; and

• experience with materials conservation and building assessment

OPen until
none given

How to apply
Submit letter of interest, resume, references with contact information and two writing samples to employment1120@gmail.com by June 11, 2010.

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