· Prepare a variety of reports, including, but not limited to: Historic Resource Evaluation Technical Reports; Historic Context Statements; Historic Structure Reports; Preservation Plans; Design Guidelines; National Register Nominations; Federal Tax Credit Certification documentation and HABS/HAER reports.
· Develop and manage project work plans, budgets & schedules.
· Supervise/mentor interns and young professionals.
· 5-8 years professional experience.
· Meet the National Park Services Professional Qualifications Standards (Code of Federal Regulations, 36 CFR Part 61) for Architectural History or History.
· Experience in identifying, documenting, and evaluating historic properties for planning and environmental compliance purposes.
· Outstanding research, writing, proofreading and editing skills.
· Ability to collaboratively manage teams for large projects and work individually on smaller projects simultaneously.
· Fluency in the Microsoft Office program
· Communicative, self-motivated, enthusiastic, interested in growth & dependable.
· A graduate degree in architectural history, historic preservation, or planning.
· A working knowledge of Section 106 of the National Historic Preservation Act, the National Environmental Policy act (HEPA), and the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA).
· Knowledge of Los Angeles/Southern California architectural history, historic building techniques, and historic preservation planning and policy.
· Experience with the Adobe CS4 Suite and a working knowledge of database programs and ESRI GIS software.
· Commitment to participation in a professional organization.