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Posted: 12/16/2015

Archaeological Consultants, Inc.

Archaeological Consultants, Inc. (ACI) is Florida’s oldest full-service cultural resource management (CRM) company. Since 1976, we have completed more than 3000 projects in Florida. Our experienced staff of archaeologists, architectural historians, GIS specialists, technicians, and administrative personnel has the education, specialized training, and technical skills to provide cultural resource assessment surveys, NRHP nominations, Case Studies, Memoranda of Agreement, 4(f) evaluations, resource mitigation, CRM training, and other CRM services. ACI’s four Florida offices are located in Sarasota, Tampa, St. Augustine, and Tallahassee. All are linked by computer network and phone with our corporate office in Sarasota. We maintain a full complement of office, lab, and field equipment, a reference library, as well as a fleet of vehicles. ACI is an expert on the state and federal laws and regulations which mandate and guide our work. Unlike any other Florida-based CRM firm, on behalf of the FDHR and the FDOT, ACI helped write and update key standards and guidelines. These documents include the original Rule Chapter 1A-46, Florida Administrative Code; the FDHR’s Archaeological and Historical Report Standards and Guidelines (S&G) and the Cultural Resource Management Standards and Operational (S&O) Manual; and the FDOT’s Cultural Resource Management (CRM) Handbook, the updated Chapter 12 of the PD&E Manual, and the third statewide edition of The Historic Highway Bridges of Florida.

Architectural Historian
Professional Opportunity
Sarasota, FL
commensurate with expereince

Due to expanding work load, Floridas oldest CRM firm, Archaeological Consultants, Inc. (ACI), seeks a highly motivated and experienced Architectural Historian for our corporate offices in Sarasota, Florida. We offer a family oriented and collaborative work environment.


The successful candidate will have a Masters degree in historic preservation or architectural history, and three to five years of experience in survey, documentation of historic structures, Section 106 and 4(f) expertise.  Also, excellent communication skills, the ability to coordinate projects and perform concurrent assignments is necessary.


Responsibilities will include research, documentation, and analysis of historic properties on-site; preparation of technical reports, Section 106 Case Study and 4(f) reports, as well as National Register nominations. This position requires experience with digital photography, solid computer and word processing skills, and a working knowledge of GIS.


 Frequent travel throughout Florida is required. Some travel includes overnight stays.



The salary is competitive in the market place and commensurate with experience; benefits package includes paid vacations and holidays, medical insurance, and retirement plan including up to 3% in matching funds.

OPen until
Until Filled

How to apply
Email with resume and three references to: accounting@aciflorida.com. No phone calls please.

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