Responsibilities include contributing to or leading preservation architecture studies, developing and implementing mitigation measures for historic properties, and historic resources tasks related to state and federal environmental regulatory processes.† Develops technical solutions to a wide range of difficult problems, including specialized issues for existing (historic) buiildings. Works under only general direction, and may provide direction to others. Independently determines and develops approach to solutions. Prepares designs, calculations, sketches, diagrams, schematic drawings, and working drawings, develops details and edits specifications. Adapts and modifies design features and operational methods to meet a variety of situations. Generally has 7+ years of experience. Licensed as a registered Architect, preferably in California, and meets the Secretary of the Interiors professional qualification standards for Historical Architect.
Project and task management responsibilities may include coordination with AECOM project managers, client relations, monitoring task schedules and budgets, report production, and contributing to the preparation of proposals.† Responsibilities will also include business development for preservation architecture services, including general marketing and proposal preparation.† Position will require travel.
Candidate must have: 7-10 years previous preservation architecture experience; strong analytical and writing skills; strong preservation design experience; ability to work independently as well as in multi-disciplinary teams; knowledge of Section 106, Section 110, NEPA, and CEQA requirements.† Proficiency in architectural analysis, design and documentation preferred.† Prior experience in cultural resources management, including familiarity or proficiency in preparing CEQA and Section 106 documentation, is highly desired.† Experience with the California Office of Historic Preservation standards and processes also highly desired.
Bachelors degree in architecture.† Advanced degree in historic preservation, architectural history, architecture, or closely related discipline desired.