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Posted: 02/10/2012

DMS Consulting Services, Inc.

DMS Consulting Services, Inc. provides planning, regulatory and environmental services for both private and public sector clients in addition to clients in the telecommunications and public safety industries. Our projects include a review of impacts to historic properties and compliance with SEQR and Section 106.

Architectural Historian/Consultant
Professional Opportunity
Mahwah, NJ

Firm currently has an opportunity for a 1099 contractor/consultant within the tri-state area to assist on project work located in Connecticut.  A working knowledge of the NHPA is required.  These projects are specific to the preparation of filings and reports in accordance with FCC Section 106 compliance and CT State Historic Preservation Office. 

Responsibilities include the performance of research and field work, prepare filings, assure conformity with FCC and State guidelines. Maintain regulatory timelines and meet deadlines. Ability to follow templates and prepare a professional, concise and consistent document. Prior experience with FCC Section 106 regulations and compliance a plus. Responsible for preparing all forms, associated attachments, maps and photo documentation supporting a project filing as required. 

Qualifications: MS/MA in Historic Preservation and professional experience meeting the Secretary of the Interiors Professional Qualification Standards.  Excellent interpersonal, written, computer and communication skills required. 

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Until Filled

How to apply
Kindly send resume and cover letter to hr@Consultdms.com

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