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Posted: 08/23/2017


Environmental Resources Management (ERM) is a leading global provider of environmental, health, safety, risk, social consulting services and sustainability related services. We have more than 160 offices in over 40 countries and territories employing more than 4,500 people who work on projects around the world. ERM is committed to providing a service that is consistent, professional and of the highest quality to create value for our clients. We have worked with many of the Global Fortune 500 companies delivering innovative solutions for business and selected government clients helping them understand and manage the sustainability challenges that the world is increasingly facing. For over 40 years we have been working with clients around the world and in diverse industry sectors to help them to understand and manage their environmental, health, safety, risk and social impacts. The key sectors we serve include Oil & Gas, Mining, Power, and Manufacturing, Chemical and Pharmaceutical. All face critical sustainability challenges and our clients in these and many other areas rely on our ability to assist them operate more sustainably which has a positive impact on our planet. Our people are outstanding, our workplace is energized! And we continuously strive to be the preferred place for environmental and other professionals to build meaningful and rewarding careers.

Architectural Historian
Professional Opportunity
Duluth, GA

ERM is seeking a motivated and experienced Architectural Historian to join our Cultural Resources Field Services team. Based in Duluth, GA., the successful candidate will participate in field studies, reporting, and administrative tasks.


  • Conduct field survey for cultural resource components to NHPA Section 106, NEPA, and HABS/HAER standards, as applicable, for large scale capital development projects for private and government sector clients.
  • Conduct field research at local repositories near project sites to augment field data, as necessary.
  • Provide field coordination for ERM safety and other procedures, and oversee short-service field techs.
  • Organize teamís field data, and provide writing, mapping, and other support for historic structures report preparation.


  • Master's degree in Architectural History or related field preferred.
  • 1 + years of related experience.
  • Must meet the Secretary of the Interiorís Professional Standards for Architectural Historians to perform duties for NHPA Section 106 and NEPA compliance, pertaining especially to undertakings by multiple Federal agencies.
  • Familiarity with a range of architectural styles and vernacular building forms prevalent in the Eastern United States preferred, but experience in other areas of the Unites States will be considered.
  • Proficiency with maps and field navigation, and the ability to produce field sketch maps. Familiarity with GIS and digital SLR photography preferred.
  • Demonstrated ability to present and organize field results in a clear and concise manner, and carry project responsibilities to completion.
  • Excellent communication and computer skills.
  • Ability to work within a team as well as independently.
  • Travel and extended work-weeks required.
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How to apply
Please click on the following link: http://chp.tbe.taleo.net/chp04/ats/careers/requisition.jsp?org=ERMGINC&cws=1&rid=10763 Please submit your resume and brief cover letter. Qualified candidates will be contacted by email, and requested to complete a pre-interview questionnaire. Based on review of these responses, shortlisted candidates will be invited for interviews. Thank you for your interest in ERM!
Becca Thacker
75 Valley Stream Parkway, Suite 200
Malvern, PA 19355

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