The Oklahoma Department of Transportations Cultural Resources Program is seeking an architectural historian for their offices at the University of Oklahoma in Norman. The salary range for this position is $39,023 - $51,690, depending on experience.
The position involves conducting cultural resources surveys and evaluating standing architectural resources (i.e. buildings, structures, and districts) and making determinations of eligibility of resources for inclusion in the National Register of Historic Places.
The successful candidate will have the following:
Proficient knowledge of environmental laws, regulations, policies and procedures affecting ODOT and the development of transportation projects. Demonstrated ability to work with professionals to advise and resolve environmental engineering problems as they relate to cultural issues in a transportation context. Demonstrated ability to communicate effectively both orally and in writing to individuals and groups. Demonstrated knowledge of architectural resources and the ability to apply technical and scientific principles to their management in an applied transportation context. Proficient knowledge of environmental laws, regulations, policies and procedures affecting ODOT and the development of transportation projects.
A working knowledge of ArcGIS is desirable. Ability to work with, and oversee consultants working on ODOT undertakings consisting of historic properties of the built environment. Demonstrated ability to design, conduct, and oversee cultural resource studies. Demonstrated ability to effectively negotiate and manage consultant contracts and ensure compliance with contract deliverables and schedule.