Page & Turnbull is recruiting a Cultural Resources Studio summer intern for a full-time position to enhance our team in San Francisco. We are a preservation architecture and planning firm in San Francisco, Los Angeles, and Sacramento. You will be part of our Cultural Resources Studio, working closely with architectural historians and preservation planners to prepare cultural resource planning documents. Typical projects include Historic Resource Evaluations for California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) review, Secretary of the Interiors Standards Analyses, Section 106 Technical Reports, Historic Context Statements, Preservation Design Guidelines, and Historic American Building Survey (HABS) projects.
Candidates must posses an undergraduate degree in architectural history, historic preservation, art history, public history, or urban studies and/or candidates must currently be working on a graduate degree in one of those fields. Minimum qualifications include:
ú Outstanding research, writing, proofreading, and editing skills.
ú Experience in surveying, researching, and preparing historic documentation reports.
ú Ability to work as part of a collaborative team.
ú Assistance in the production of reports that require excellent written, verbal, and graphic design skills.
ú Fluency with Microsoft Word, experience with Adobe InDesign, Photoshop, and Illustrator. GIS and AutoCAD a plus, but not required.
ú Knowledge of architectural history and historic building techniques.
This is a paid summer internship.