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Posted: 05/17/2016

Employer
The Public Archaeology Laboratory, Inc. (PAL)
Archaeology

PAL (The Public Archaeology Laboratory, Inc.) is a leading authority in cultural resource management and specializes in archaeology, architectural history, research and documentation, and preservation planning throughout New England and the Mid-Atlantic. An indepen¬dent, non-profit corporation with offices and laboratories located in Pawtucket, Rhode Island, PAL has successfully completed more than 3,000 projects in the areas of cultural resource management, historic preservation planning, and regulatory consultation and compliance. Our clients include federal, state, and local agencies; non-profit institutions; and private developers. Established in 1982, PAL has steadily grown to become the largest private cultural resource management firm in New England with a staff of more than 60 people. The firm has a proven record of timely, quality products that withstand rigorous technical reviews. The staff has developed innovative planning and project management strategies tailored to each clientís needs. Our reputation is built upon facilitating large, complex projects efficiently and effectively while maintaining the highest caliber of standards. PALís approach relies on integration, blending the skills of historic, prehistoric, and industrial archaeologists, architectural and industrial historians, historians, preservation planners, conservators, and technical support staff. Clients rely on PAL for our ability to rapidly mobilize staff and resources to conduct cultural resource surveys, preservation planning studies, eligibility determinations, environmental impact assessments, regulatory compliance, and consultation.


Position
Principal Investigator - Energy Sector
Type
Professional Opportunity
Location
Pawtucket, RI
Uni
Details
$TBD
 

The Public Archaeology Laboratory, Inc. (PAL), a leading cultural resource management and historic preservation planning firm in New England, has an immediate opening for an experienced Principal Investigator (PI) in support of our Energy Sector business. We seek a motivated and versatile professional to join PALs experienced and well respected archaeology team.

This is a highly compensated project position and includes competitive base pay and a comprehensive benefits package. This assignment has an expected duration of at least 24 months, with the possibility of longer term project work

Qualified candidates will have a minimum of 5 years of experience as a PI supervising personnel and directing archaeological field investigations in the Northeast and/or Mid-Atlantic regions. A Masters degree in archaeology, anthropology, or a related field is required. Top candidates will have 2+ years of experience supervising large-scale cultural resource management efforts for the gas and/or electric transmission industries and a thorough understanding of the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission and the United States Army Corps of Engineers regulatory compliance processes. A proven track record of conducting effective and timely identification and evaluation surveys, and data recovery excavations in compliance with Section 106 of the National Historic Preservation Act and NEPA is required.

OPen until
Until Filled

How to apply
Applications will be accepted through June 15, 2016. All inquiries will be kept confidential. Qualified applicants should send a letter of interest, resume, writing samples, and references to Donna Callahan at dcallahan@palinc.com. PAL is an Equal Opportunity Employer
Donna Callahan
Fax: 4017288784
ADDRESS
26 Main Street
Pawtucket, RI 02860
Uni

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