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Posted: 01/29/2014

G. C. Environmental, Inc.

G. C. Environmental, Inc. (GCE) provides quality environmental services to clients with state-of-the-art technology and a highly qualified and professional staff dedicated to excellence in service and quality. GCE is a full-service consulting firm assisting clients from private home-owners to large corporations with start-to finish services. For more information please visit our website.

Conservation Manager
Professional Opportunity
Bay Shore, NY

The Conservation Manager is responsible for overseeing all Section 106 Review, review of Phase I's & Phase II's and generally applicable land-use screenings related to Environmental Protection and Historic Preservation. Management of supporting staff for environmental reviews. 

-- Qualifications--

GCE is seeking a qualified professional who meets the Secretary of the Interior Standards for the review of historic architecture.



Bachelor's Degree plus 3 to 5 years professional experience in Architectural History / Historic Preservation or related field.


Master's Degree in Architectural History / Historic Preservation or related field with 1 years experience 

Experience with Section 106 Review in the NY Tri-State area.



Master's Degree in related field plus 1 to 5 years experience as an environmental vendor.

Experience with the regulatory-compliance in the Telecom industry and industrial waste clean-up. 



OPen until
Until Filled

How to apply
Please send email a cover letter and resume to Info@GCEnvironmental.Com and/or trevella@gcenviromental.com No phone calls please.

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