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Posted: 01/16/2015

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01184234 - Cultural Resources Specialist, Mid
Professional Opportunity
Atlanta, GA

Key Role:
Join a growing, dynamic team of environmental professionals serving a wide variety of cultural and natural resource programs for multiple different federal government clients, primarily supporting US DOC and other clients, including FAA, the US Air Force, and DoD. Support senior staff by performing research, developing compliance documents, and quickly responding to client requests for support. Conduct field surveys for historic resources, draft Determinations of Eligibility, Assessments of Effect, historic contexts, National Register nominations, and other cultural resource studies, including cultural resource sections of environmental assessments and environmental impact statements. Review and comment on cultural resource reports and NEPA documents on behalf of federal clients, provide support for State Historic Preservation Office (SHPO), Advisory Council for Historic Preservation (ACHP), and government-to-government Tribal consultation, and draft NEPA categorical exclusion documents.

Basic Qualifications:
-3+ years of experience with supporting National Historic Preservation Act (NHPA) Section 106 compliance projects and working with the National Register of Historic Places (NRHP) eligibility criteria and 36 CFR 800
-Experience with Microsoft Word, Excel, and PowerPoint
-Ability to work on multiple tasks simultaneously
-Ability to travel
-Ability to obtain a security clearance
-BA or BS degree
-Qualified as an Architectural Historian per 36 CFR Part 61

Additional Qualifications:
-Experience with a federal or state government client
-Experience with the National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA)
-Experience with Section 106 compliance working directly with federal agencies
-Experience with NHPA Section 110, Section 4(f) of the US Department of Transportation (USDOT) Act, Integrated Cultural Resources Management Plans (ICRMPs), researching and developing historic contexts, NHRP nominations, and working with archeologists to produce cultural resource compliance documents
-Knowledge of Cultural Resources Program Management
-Possession of excellent time management skills

Applicants selected will be subject to a security investigation and may need to meet eligibility requirements for access to classified information.

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How to apply
Visit http://careers.boozallen.com/job/Atlanta-Cultural-Resources-Specialist%2C-Mid-Job-GA-30301/237665200/ to create a profile and apply to job number 01184234, click on Find Your Job and plug in this number.

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