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Posted: 12/18/2014

University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee, Cultural Resource Management Services

UWM's CRM program was established in 1974 and has been managed as a contractual arm of the Department of Anthropology ever since. The UWM-CRM program has been designed to provide clients with the same elevated level of service clients have come to expect from both programs. However, the UWM-CRM program will be able to offer clients a "one-stop shop" consulting service enabling clients to comply with historic preservation regulations relating to both archaeological sites and architectural-historical resources. UWM-CRM offers a full array of contract archaeology services including: literature searches archival research cemetery documentation field surveys archaeological excavation mapping report writing laboratory analysis of artifacts, animal bone, botanical materials, and human remains. In addition, the new program will offer a comprehensive suite of architecture/history and historical investigations including: reconnaissance and intensive surveys preparation of Determination of Eligibility forms National Register of Historic Places nominations associated historical research UWM-CRM will also provide a variety of consulting services including tribal and descendent community consultation, development and preparation of effects documentation such as Finding of No Adverse Effect, Documentation for Consultation, mitigation plans, and Memorandums of Agreement.

Professional Opportunity
Milwaukee, WI

Cultural Resource Management is seeking several Architectural Historians and Historians to carry out Section 106 related studies across the Midwest region.

Candidates should have (or be working towards) a MA or MS degree in Architectural History, Historic Preservation, and/or History.

Candidates with a BA in Architectural History and/or History along with strong preservation training and at least two years of professional work experience will also be considered.

Additional skills the successful candidates should have:

  • Knowledge of Midwest regional architectural history (especially within Wisconsin)
  • Photography
  • Management of multiple projects
  • Interaction with clients, government agencies and the public
  • Ability to work in a team atmosphere
  • Ability to travel in the Midwest
  • Good driving record

Candidates should also have excellent research; writing, proofreading, and editing skills are essential.

CAD/GIS skills are not required

The position will require some travel in the Midwest.

OPen until
Until Filled

How to apply
For more information/inquiries, please contact Jennifer Haas by email ONLY at haasjr@uwm.edu.
Jennifer Haas
Sabin Hall 290
3413 North Downer Ave.
Milwaukee, WI 53211

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