The successful candidate will have the following:
·Five to eight years of experience working in heritage resource management in a consulting environment.
·At least three years of that experience should include project management.
·A Masters degree in historic preservation, architectural history, historic architecture, or a related degree and meet federal regulatory requirements for an architectural historian or historical architect.
·Excellent communication skills, both written and oral, are a necessity.
·Specialized experience in military, transportation and energy markets is desirable.
·Experience should include survey, documentation, and evaluation as well as the preparation of compliance documents for Section 106 and similar state and federal regulations.
·Ability to work on multiple projects simultaneously and be able to travel and work remotely.
·Evidence of publication and scholarly presentations are a plus.
·Must have a valid drivers license.