Responsible for all aspects of project execution, including the following: Independently conducting historic resource assessments/evaluations according to local, state, and federal criteria of significance. Archival research, focusing on primary and secondary sources and utilizing online and local resources. Researching and writing historic context statements, which identify significant context, themes, and property types. Preparation of defensible compliance documentation in support of CEQA/NHPA/Section 106 review. Planning and carrying out historic resource surveys of a variety of residential, commercial, and institutional properties using Arc-GIS-enabled tablet computers and other cutting-edge survey methodology. Documenting survey results in reports and recording historic resources on DPR forms. Registration of historic properties and districts to local, state, and federal registers. Carrying out project-level review for compliance with SOIS. Assisting local governments with creating and revising planning regulations, including historic preservation ordinances. Developing and managing project budgets, and contributing to proposal and marketing efforts.