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Posted: 10/06/2017

California Department of Transportation, District 5
Environmental Planning Branch

Department of Transportation in California. District 5 is located in San Luis Obispo, CA. We cover 5 counties: Santa Cruz, San Benito, Monterey, San Luis Obispo, Santa Barbara. The Environmental Planning Branch is responsible to make sure that all our projects are in compliance with state and federal laws regarding environmental resources.

Associate Environmental Planner - Archaeologist
Professional Opportunity
San Luis Obispo, CA
$$5,273.00 - $6,605.00
Open Until

The archaeologist would work in a team under the general direction of a Senior Environmental Planner.  The position includes preparing and reviewing all levels of archaeological documents for compliance with state and federal law.  This includes conductin archeological surveys and site evaluations; preparing, reviewiewing and processing environmental clearance documents for transportation systems plans and projects in compliance with all applicable local, State and Federal laws, regulations and policies; reviewing environmental documents of local, State and Federal agencies; overseeing consultants carrying out environmental document preparation and technical work; and preparing inventories and analyses of existing and future environmental conditions. The incumbent coordinates with outside agencies, the public, Native American Communities and Caltrans; and participates as a departmental representative on environmental issues at inter or intradepartmental meetings, public or private meetings and hearings. The incumbent must establish and maintain a professional working relationship with various local partners and interested parties involved with District 5 projects. 

How to apply
Krista Kiaha
Phone: 805-549-3669
50 Higuera St.
San Luis Obispo, CA 93401

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