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Posted: 09/01/2017

Rincon Consultants, Inc.
Cultural Resources

Rincon Consultants, Inc. is a highly qualified professional consulting firm comprised of environmental scientists, geologists, biologists, planners, soil scientists, wetland scientists, GIS professionals, LEED accredited professionals, and visual information specialists. We provide a wide range of services in environmental impact assessment, urban planning, soil and groundwater assessment & remediation, and biological resources, focusing on California's unique and challenging regulatory and policy environment. Recognized as a 'Best Places to Work' in 2015 & 2017, we invest in our employees through competitive salaries, benefits and incentive programs designed to further the professional development of each employee in line with the firm's business goals and needs.

Senior Architectural Historian
Professional Opportunity
Los Angeles, CA

We have an opening for a Senior Architectural Historian to be based out of one of our Los Angeles office (Oakland may also be considered.)

This is a full-time position with anticipated hours of 40 per week. The Senior Architectural Historian performs a variety of office and field tasks throughout California. These tasks may include:

  • Managing cultural resources projects
  • Mentoring and managing staff
  • Developing cultural resources proposals and budgets
  • Historic Preservation Planning to assist agencies with Certificates of Appropriateness and plan review
  • Reviewing and preparing technical reports and historic evaluations for compliance with NEPA, Section 106 and CEQA
  • Leading/conducting field surveys
  • Development and implementation of historic mitigation
  • Conducting reviews of projects for Conformance with the Secretary of the Interiors Standards
  • Performing archival research
  • Reviewing and preparing historic documentation, including California Department of Parks and Recreation (DPR) 523 Series forms

Required Skills and Experience
  • Bachelors degree in History, Architectural History, or a closely related field
  • Five years experience working in California cultural resource management as an architectural historian or historic preservation planner
  • Demonstrated experience with cultural resource laws, including NEPA, Section 106 and CEQA
  • Strong research, technical writing, and communication skills and attention to detail
  • Demonstrated experience preparing California DPR forms and conducting historic research and surveys
  • Experience with the Secretary of the Interiors Standards
  • Meets Secretary of the Interiors Professional Qualifications Standards in Architectural History (36 CFR Part 61)
  • Must be available for out of town travel, including overnight stays
  • Conduct and review records searches from the California Historical Resources Information System (CHRIS)

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How to apply
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