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Posted: 07/09/2020

Mead & Hunt
Cultural Resources

Mead & Hunt offers planning, design, and construction management services in the fields of engineering, architecture and science. We are a full service, multi-discipline consulting firm. Our in-house capabilities and diversity allow for the integration of several disciplines into individual organizational teams, each project team uniquely formed to meet the specific needs of each client. The corporation, founded in 1900, employs more than 900+ employees. Our permanent offices are located in California, Colorado, Florida, Maryland, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, North Carolina, North Dakota, Ohio, Oklahoma, Oregon, South Carolina, Texas, Virginia, Washington, Washington DC, West Virginia, and Wisconsin, and project offices throughout the country. Mead & Hunt is ranked among the top 500 architectural/engineering firms in the nation by Engineering News Record magazine.

Entry-Level Cultural Resources Specialist
Req. #2020-3614
Professional Opportunity
Minneapolis, MN
Open Until

Mead & Hunt is looking for a talented, innovative problem-solver to join our nationally recognized cultural resources team. This exciting opportunity allows for professional growth through challenging and rewarding projects for a variety of state and federal agencies. Responsibilities include conducting Section 106 compliance tasks for historic and architectural properties; identifying and evaluating historic resources; conducting research and site visits; preparing reports including historic contexts, property descriptions, and National Register evaluations; and collaborating with clients and project managers. Travel will be required.


The successful candidate must have a bachelors or masters degree in historic preservation or related field such as history, architectural history, or public history from an accredited four-year college or university or within three months of hire.


The ideal candidate will have experience with any/all of the following: completing cultural resource management activities for Section 106 compliance projects; prior compliance work for transportation projects; preparing building descriptions, historic contexts, and/or statements of significance; working knowledge of American architectural styles; conducting research and field surveys; applying the National Register Criteria.  A masters degree in historic preservation and at least 12 months of relevant experience (internship, etc.) is also ideal.

How to apply
If you have strong communication and organizational skills, are self-motivated, and can work well both independently and as part of a team, complete the online application process for this job posting at www.meadhunt.com/careers OR submit your cover letter and resume (and the pdf application if possible) to the address below. The deadline to apply for this position is Friday, July 31, 2020. Interviews are awarded on our review of your ability to meet the qualifications in the paragraphs describing the “successful” candidate and “ideal” candidate, so be sure to explain where indicated in the online application (or in your COVER LETTER, not just in your resume, if you are applying by mail) how you meet each qualification listed in the paragraphs above. Mead & Hunt will not sponsor a visa (H-1B, etc.) for this position. MEAD & HUNT, Inc. Attn: Req. # 2020-3614 2440 Deming Way Middleton, WI 53562 www.meadhunt.com All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to protected veteran status, disability, race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, or national origin.
Kristen Berney
Phone: 6082736380
2440 Deming Way
Middleton, WI 53562

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