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Posted: 05/31/2017

Integrated Environmental Solutions, LLC
Cultural Resources

For over 10 years, IES has worked under contract and in coordination with numerous political subdivisions, federal agencies, and private sector entities to provide assistance in navigating the obstacles surrounding cultural resources requirements under Section 404 of the Clean Water Act (CWA), National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA), Sections 106 and 110 of the National Historic Preservation Act (NHPA), and Antiquities Code of Texas (ACT). The IES staff has project experience across North America, as well as portions of Central America and the Caribbean. While the cultural resources team specializes in rapidly conducting archeological surveys and report preparation for clients needing to maintain compliance with state and federal cultural resource regulations throughout Texas and Oklahoma; IES is also capable of providing these services throughout the Midwest. IESí staff has proven experience in more intensive testing and data recovery level investigations, and our staff has successfully completed projects requiring the documentation, assessment, and resolution of adverse effects regarding historic-aged architectural resources. The team has an expert Geographic Information Systems (GIS) staff capable of compiling and manipulating spatial data to produce detailed cultural resources probability models and professional-grade mapping. IES believes that by becoming aware of cultural resources, and the potential pitfalls surrounding them, parties can more efficiently navigate the compliance process and complete projects without further delays. For this reason, IES spends a great deal of time and effort coordinating with their clients regarding the process, the compliance requirements, and what the best, most practicable options are moving forward. Through our detailed understanding of cultural resources regulations, and a developed rapport with state and federal agencies, IES has the expertise needed to effectively navigate the regulatory compliance world.

Cultural Resources Specialist/Project Manager
Professional Opportunity
McKinney, TX

To be considered the candidate will:

††††††† hold a Bachelors degree in Anthropology, Archeology, History, Historic Preservation, Architectural History, or related field;

††††††† have a minimum of two years consulting experience;

††††††† display the ability to develop field methodologies utilizing standards and procedures for obtaining project approval from the Texas Historical Commission or for Section 106 of the NHPA related projects;

††††††† understanding of cultural resources regulations and requirements;

††††††† have proven experience working independently with little supervision;

††††††† have a working knowledge of ArcGIS;

††††††† display the willingness to work long hours under less than desirable weather, topographic, and environmental settings; and

††††††† have a valid drivers license.

In addition, the ideal candidate would:

††††††† hold a Masters degree that would be able to meet the Secretary of the Interior qualified standards for Archeology, History, or Architectural History;

††††††† have a minimum of five years of consulting experience †with two years within the state of Texas;

††††††† possess knowledge, skills, and abilities pertaining to other cultural resource fields outside their area of expertise;

††††††† have demonstrated office experience related to processing field data;

††††††† be listed as an author or contributing author for regulatory compliance cultural resources reports; and

††††††† have proven capabilities using ArcGIS to generate professional quality maps.

The duties of this position require approximately 40 percent fieldwork and 60 percent office related tasks.† Role of the selected candidate will include, but not limited to, developing methodologies for cultural resources investigations, conducting and leading field investigations, conducting in-depth background and archival research, preparing agency coordination letters and technical reports, generating ArcGIS based maps and figures, and client/agency coordination.

An advanced degree is not a requirement for an applicant.† Proven experience consulting, conducting fieldwork, and providing agency coordination can supplement the advanced degree preference.

This posting is for an hourly based, full-time position with benefits that include 100 percent employer paid employee

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How to apply
A cover letter highlighting the applicantís experience and interests must be provided. Resumes must include a minimum of three references. As the position will require in depth analysis and technical writing abilities, applicants will be required to submit writing samples. IES is a drug free work place. The selected candidate will be required to take a pre-employment DOT 5 drug screening. All IES employees are required to be available for periodic random drug testing. Those who meet these qualifications and are interested in joining the IES team can email resumes to: admin@intenvsol.com

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