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Posted: 07/11/2018

Weller & Associates, Inc.
Architectural History

Weller & Associates, Inc. (Weller) is a cultural resource management firm based in Columbus, Ohio. Founded in 1993, Weller offers archaeological and architectural history services for a variety of project types, specializing in energy projects. Weller primarily conducts cultural resource management work in the Ohio Valley and western Mid-Atlantic regions, including but not limited to; Ohio, Michigan, Indiana, Kentucky, West Virginia, and Pennsylvania.

Assistant Architectural Historian
Professional Opportunity
Columbus, OH
Open Until


Weller & Associates, Inc. is offering an immediate opening for an Assistant Architectural Historian for our Columbus office. Under supervision of the lead Architectural Historian, the successful candidate will conduct field surveys, historical research, and write architectural reports. Candidate must be proficient in identifying historic properties and evaluating properties for NRHP eligibility, photographing and documenting resources, and writing architectural descriptions.

Job Requirements:

Travel and occasional overnights

Must have valid drivers license 

Ability to work outdoors and in inclement weather


Qualifications and Experience:

Bachelors Degree in Historic Preservation or Architectural History required; Masters Degree preferred

Must be SOI qualified

Familiarity with Section 106

Strong research and writing skills

GIS experience preferred

Archaeology experience is a plus



Benefits available after one month and 401k available after one year.

Relocation expenses will not be reimbursed.

How to apply
Please submit a resume and writing sample (with “Assistant Architectural Historian Opportunity” as the subject) to jlehmann@wellercrm.com.
Jacquelyn Lehmann

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