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As of June 29, 2022, ACRA will now require salary information such as compensation, salary range, or minimum salary for postings on our job and internship boards. Increased transparency in posting job salaries allows candidates from diverse backgrounds to have equal access to jobs and compensation. This transparency also works toward building relationships of trust between employers and potential employees as expectations on both sides may be more easily managed with clear communication.

The decision was voted on and approved by the ACRA Board of Directors in their quarterly meeting in June 2022. This policy is in line with ACRA’s commitment to creating a more equitable environment in the cultural resource management industry. Information about the importance of posting salaries in achieving pay equity is available here, and you can read more about how to add salaries to your job postings in this article from SHRM.

Note: jobs posted before this policy change may or may not contain salary information in the post.

SWCA Environmental Consultants | Cultural Resources Team Lead

Cultural Resources Team Lead

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About the opportunity

SWCA Environmental Consultants is looking for a Cultural Resources Team Lead to join our Arlington, TX operations. This position will be instrumental in leading and growing a robust cultural resources program. You will serve as a Principal Investigator to ensure technical rigor and Section 106 compliance.  You will support existing clients and projects, conduct business and client development, and mentor junior staff while maintain a high-quality scientific and technical quality in alignment with SWCA goals and objectives. The salary range for this position is $70,000 – $100,000 per year.

This is a permanent, full-time opportunity reporting to our Arlington Office Director.  Relocation assistance available!

What you will accomplish

  • Partner with regional directors to set the strategy for the program and contribute to the regional strategy
  • As an SWCA leader you will be expected to bring and implement a vision to increase the business operations and revenue plans for the office
  • Successfully conduct business development in the local market
  • Manage all project deliverables to clients
  • Demonstrate proficiency in project management and effective delegation and oversight of all program goals
  • Mentor and supervise junior staff
  • Meet or exceed financial metrics as set during business planning
  • Contribute to fostering a collaborative team environment that contributes to successful projects and successful team members in the local offices and with other SWCA offices as part of OneSWCA
  • Dedication to scientific integrity and quality work products for all clientele
  • Oversee proposal and marketing coordination and management of key proposal and marketing efforts

Experience and qualifications for success

  • Master’s degree in Archaeology, Anthropology, or demonstrated equivalent
  • Minimum of eight (8) years of relevant Cultural resources experience required
  • Two (2) years of experience in business development, project management, fieldwork, and consulting required. Five (5) years preferred
  • Two (2) years of experience developing and implementing budgets, schedules, and scopes of work from pre-field tasks to final report preparation. Five (5) years preferred
  • Demonstrated ability working collaboratively across state and regional physical boundaries with internal staff and clients
  • Experience managing a diverse team of professionals – mentor, develop, and retain key team players
  • Have a proven client network
  • Strong business development skills as a “seller/doer” to develop productive business relationships with agency, client, and industry contacts
  • Experience overseeing or managing large projects as project manager
  • Environmental consulting/professional services experience
  • Ability to travel an estimated 20% to the field

SWCA Environmental Consultants is a growing employee-owned firm, providing a full spectrum of environmental services. With offices across the United States, SWCA is one of the largest environmental compliance firms and ranks among Engineering News-Record’s Top 200 Environmental Firms.

SWCA offers a comprehensive benefits package, which includes participation in our ESOP program. Take a glance at some of our benefits by going to  https://www.swca.com/careers/benefits

EOE – women, minorities, individuals with disabilities and veterans are encouraged to apply

If you would like to contact SWCA regarding the accessibility of our website or need assistance completing the online application process due to a disability, please email accommodations@swca.com or call 1-480-581-5378. This contact information is for disability accommodation requests only. All other inquiries will not receive a response.

Historic Preservation Specialist | Joshua Tree National Park

Working cooperatively with the National Park Service’s Joshua Tree National Park (JOTR), the Great Basin Institute is recruiting to hire a Historic Preservation Specialist to join our Research Associate (RA) program and work within JOTR’s Historic Structures and Cultural Landscapes program. The principal objective of this position is to implement activities focused on promoting cultural scientific research related to JOTR in preservation of historic structures and cultural landscapes.

Primary Responsibilities: 

  • Apply preservation and preventative treatments on a variety of historic mining and homesteading related structures and other landscape features, including timber, masonry, adobe, and concrete materials;
  • Lead others, including volunteers, conservation crews, and other park staff, in preservation treatments;
  • Assist with conditions assessment and monitoring of historic structures and cultural landscapes;
  • Research, prepare and complete National Register of Historic Places Nominations and Determinations of Eligibility;
  • Write sections of draft reports;
  • Conduct database entry and file management;
  • And other routine tasks associated with Science and Resource Stewardship Division functions.

Completing historic preservation projects in the desert southwest requires the physical endurance to walk over a variety of terrain and in a variety of weather conditions, including extreme heat, while carrying a heavy pack. Overnight camping for several days at a time in remote areas requiring packing in all supplies and materials may be required.

Requirements:
  • Bachelor’s degree or higher in architecture, history, historic preservation, landscape architecture, or closely related field and/or historic preservation field experience; applicants with advanced degrees are encouraged to apply;
  • Knowledge of historic structures, standard treatments for historic properties, and historic artifacts of the Mojave Desert regions of the southwest;
  • Knowledge of the Secretary of the Interior’s Standards for Treatment of Historic Properties;
  • Ability to understand, implement and adhere to established data collection, inventory, recording, and treatment protocols;
  • Capacity to collect and maintain field data in an organized manner that is easily understood and accessible to other staff (GBI or NPS);
  • Experience completing historic preservation treatment documentation records, and entering form data into database programs;
  • Ability to utilize ArcGIS and/or AutoCAD software to build maps, organize and manage data, and manipulate data layers;
  • Experience operating hand-held GPS equipment for navigation and electronic field data collection; experience post-processing field data preferred;
  • Read and interpret topographical maps and navigate using a compass;
  • Possess a clean, valid, state-issued driver’s license with ability to safely operate and maintain a 4WD vehicle on and off paved roads;
  • Ability to work productively and cooperatively as part of a team focused on accomplishing mutual goals and communicate effectively, both written and orally, with a diverse audience;
  • Possess good organizational skills and be detail oriented; and
  • Ability to work in harsh and rapidly changing environments, camp in the backcountry for consecutive days, work in all types of weather conditions, traverse uneven terrain, carry a heavy pack in excess of 35-45 lbs, and be in overall good physical condition; prior experience working in the desert southwest, or similar desert climates, desirable.
  • Successful applicant must complete a Department of Interior (DOI) Background Investigation (BI) or submit paperwork to NPS human resources indicating an active and fully adjudicated BI has already been completed prior to beginning position. If you already have a fully adjudicated BI, please let us know in your application.
Compensation:
  • Wage: $28.00 per hour
  • Medical, dental, and vision insurance available at no cost
  • Camping Per Diem: $20/day (when applicable)
  • Paid leave and holidays

More information and how to apply is available here.

Gray & Pape, Inc. | GIS Specialist

Gray & Pape, a national and international cultural heritage management (CRM) firm, is seeking a GIS Specialist in our Cincinnati, OH or Indianapolis, IN offices with preference given to the Cincinnati location. The expected salary range for this role is $55,000-$70,000 commensurate with skills and experience. This role is full-time, regular status, exempt position. Gray & Pape offers a hybrid work environment with built-in flexibility for days in the office.

Summary of the Role:
The GIS Specialist is responsible for providing GIS support for company projects, and the research, development, and implementation of GIS technology for the company.

Key Duties:

  • Utilize the company’s GIS capabilities to support and enhance projects.
  • Coordinate with staff to develop databases and GIS structures that can be used to analyze and manage project data and enhance the visual presentation of the data.
  • Educate staff about various capabilities of the company’s GIS and its applicability for resource/planning analysis and project management support.
  • Coordinate with project managers, field personnel, and other staff to prepare project mapping and report graphics.
  • Manage project spatial data, develop project-specific database structures, and develop project-appropriate and innovative GIS and map products.
  • Coordinating with the GIS Director / Senior GIS Specialist to provide up-to-date evaluations of company GIS resources and develop new GIS technology.
  • Participate in planning for, implementing, and using new technologies.
  • Create training materials for field and office staff and assist with training.
  • Maintain familiarity with the Internet, published, and commercial data and base map sources acquire needed data and electronic base mapping, maintain company GIS archive, and maintain an inventory of in-house resources.
  • Maintain current awareness of GIS literature, software, and hardware, and its applicability to CRM.
  • Manage tasks and schedules for multiple simultaneous projects to complete projects on time and on budget following company standards and protocols.
  • Evaluate and ensure that data sets are retrieved in the field correctly, that data sets are processed appropriately in-house, and accurate report graphics are generated on schedule and within budget for that data.
  • Participate in public outreach programs to educate people about the importance of archaeological resources and CRM, at the project, professional, and/or community levels.
  • Maintain a commitment to promoting equity and inclusion.

Required Qualifications:

  • B.A./B.S. in Anthropology, Geography, or related field plus 5 years’ experience in the application of GIS technology/analysis or:
  • B.A./B.S. in Anthropology, Geography, or related field plus Post-Baccalaureate degree in GIS plus 3 years’ experience in the application of GIS technology/analysis.
  • Extensive experience with ArcGIS 10.x, ArcGIS PRO, and familiarity with other GIS packages (Surfer, Indrisi, GRASS).
  • Experience with ArcGIS online, ArcGIS Field Maps, Survey 123, and other database programs Excel and Access.
  • Demonstrable experience partnering with Project Management and other researchers in the development of GIS databases.
  • Demonstrated written and oral communication skills, particularly including the cartographic presentation of cultural, historical, and archaeological information.
  • Must possess a valid driver’s license and ability to operate a passenger car/light truck.

Preferred Qualifications:

  • M.A./M.S. in Anthropology, Geography, or related field plus experience in the application of GIS technology/analysis.
  • Experience with GIS in a CRM environment.
  • Experience in the practice and application of electronic mapping and cartography, the use of total station, GPS, and other data collection instruments.
  • Experience in the preparation of GIS data, metadata, and mapping products from a variety of GIS and drafting packages.
  • Working knowledge of AutoCAD.
  • Familiarity with geophysical archaeological software (GPR-Slice, RADAN, TerraSurveyor, Geoplot, etc.)
  • Familiarity with both terrestrial and maritime archaeological data mapping including magnetometer remote sensing and/or terrestrial contour mapping.
  • Experience in civil surveying, archaeological fieldwork, historical research, remote sensing (i.e., aerial photo and satellite imagery), and/or geographic modeling.

Travel

Travel is project-dependent with an expectation of travel outside the local area and for multiple days. Some projects may require extended travel.

Gray & Pape offers a competitive pay and benefits package, including paid holidays, paid vacation and sick leave, health and disability insurance, and a 401(k)-retirement plan. A complete job description is available upon request.

If you are interested in joining our team, please submit the following to Trequia Walker, HR Assistant, at twalker@graypape.com. No phone calls, please.

  • Cover letter detailing expression of interest;
  • Resume or CV;
  • 3 sample maps showing survey data, preference given for one sample showing maritime remote sensing data results.

The position is open until September 09, 2022, and we will be interviewing qualified applicants immediately. Please visit us at https://www.graypape.com/our-company/careers/ to learn more.

Gray & Pape is an Equal Opportunity Employer. We are committed to providing an environment of respect and
inclusion where equal employment opportunities are available to all applicants and employees. Applicants and
employees will not be discriminated against on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender
identity, gender expression, disability, national origin, protected veteran status, or any other protected status under federal, state, or local law. Please contact HR to request accommodation.

Gray & Pape, Inc. | GIS Specialist

Gray & Pape, a national and international cultural heritage management (CRM) firm, is seeking a GIS Specialist in our Houston, TX office. The expected salary range for this role is $55,000-$70,000 commensurate with skills and experience. This role is full-time, regular status, exempt position. Gray & Pape offers a hybrid work environment with built-in flexibility for days in the office.

Summary of the Role:
The GIS Specialist is responsible for providing GIS support for company projects, and the research, development, and implementation of GIS technology for the company.

Key Duties:

  • Utilize the company’s GIS capabilities to support and enhance projects.
  • Coordinate with staff to develop databases and GIS structures that can be used to analyze and manage project data and enhance the visual presentation of the data.
  • Educate staff about various capabilities of the company’s GIS and its applicability for resource/planning analysis and project management support.
  • Coordinate with project managers, field personnel, and other staff to prepare project mapping and report graphics.
  • Manage project spatial data, develop project-specific database structures, and develop project-appropriate and innovative GIS and map products.
  • Coordinating with the GIS Director / Senior GIS Specialist to provide up-to-date evaluations of company GIS resources and develop new GIS technology.
  • Participate in planning for, implementing, and using new technologies.
  • Create training materials for field and office staff and assist with training.
  • Maintain familiarity with the Internet, published, and commercial data and base map sources acquire needed data and electronic base mapping, maintain company GIS archive, and maintain an inventory of in-house resources.
  • Maintain current awareness of GIS literature, software, and hardware, and its applicability to CRM.
  • Manage tasks and schedules for multiple simultaneous projects to complete projects on time and on budget following company standards and protocols.
  • Evaluate and ensure that data sets are retrieved in the field correctly, that data sets are processed appropriately in-house, and accurate report graphics are generated on schedule and within budget for that data.
  • Participate in public outreach programs to educate people about the importance of archaeological resources and CRM, at the project, professional, and/or community levels.
  • Maintain a commitment to promoting equity and inclusion.

Required Qualifications:

  • B.A./B.S. in Anthropology, Geography, or related field plus 5 years’ experience in the application of GIS technology/analysis or:
  • B.A./B.S. in Anthropology, Geography, or related field plus Post-Baccalaureate degree in GIS plus 3 years’ experience in the application of GIS technology/analysis.
  • Extensive experience with ArcGIS 10.x, ArcGIS PRO, and familiarity with other GIS packages (Surfer, Indrisi, GRASS).
  • Experience with ArcGIS online, ArcGIS Field Maps, Survey 123, and other database programs Excel and Access.
  • Demonstrable experience partnering with Project Management and other researchers in the development of GIS databases.
  • Demonstrated written and oral communication skills, particularly including the cartographic presentation of cultural, historical, and archaeological information.
  • Must possess a valid driver’s license and ability to operate a passenger car/light truck.

Preferred Qualifications:

  • M.A./M.S. in Anthropology, Geography, or related field plus experience in the application of GIS technology/analysis.
  • Experience with GIS in a CRM environment.
  • Experience in the practice and application of electronic mapping and cartography, the use of total station, GPS, and other data collection instruments.
  • Experience in the preparation of GIS data, metadata, and mapping products from a variety of GIS and drafting packages.
  • Working knowledge of AutoCAD.
  • Familiarity with geophysical archaeological software (GPR-Slice, RADAN, TerraSurveyor, Geoplot, etc.)
  • Familiarity with both terrestrial and maritime archaeological data mapping including magnetometer remote sensing and/or terrestrial contour mapping.
  • Experience in civil surveying, archaeological fieldwork, historical research, remote sensing (i.e., aerial photo and satellite imagery), and/or geographic modeling.

Travel
Travel is project-dependent with an expectation of travel outside the local area and for multiple days. Some projects may require extended travel.

Gray & Pape offers a competitive pay and benefits package, including paid holidays, paid vacation and sick leave, health and disability insurance, and a 401(k)-retirement plan. A complete job description is available upon request.

If you are interested in joining our team, please submit the following to Trequia Walker, HR Assistant, at twalker@graypape.com. No phone calls, please.

  • Cover letter detailing expression of interest;
  • Resume or CV;
  • 3 sample maps showing survey data, preference given for one sample showing maritime remote sensing data results.

The position is open until September 09, 2022, and we will be interviewing qualified applicants immediately. Please visit us at https://www.graypape.com/our-company/careers/ to learn more.

Gray & Pape is an Equal Opportunity Employer. We are committed to providing an environment of respect and inclusion where equal employment opportunities are available to all applicants and employees. Applicants and
employees will not be discriminated against on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender
identity, gender expression, disability, national origin, protected veteran status, or any other protected status under federal, state, or local law. Please contact HR to request accommodation.

Dovetail Cultural Resource Group | Archaeological Crew Chief

Dovetail Cultural Resource Group (Dovetail) is seeking a full-time Archaeological Crew Chief based out of our Fredericksburg, Virginia office. The primary responsibilities center on the day-to-day management of small- to medium-sized field crews, including fieldwork planning and execution. The ideal candidate will be well-organized, with strong communication skills. The salary range for the position is $37,000–$41,500, and the position is eligible for performance-based bonuses. Benefits include paid vacation, sick leave, and holidays; medical and dental insurance; 401k plan with matching; and a professional development stipend, among others.

Dovetail is a woman-owned cultural resource management firm headquartered in Fredericksburg, Virginia, with an office in Wilmington, Delaware, serving the greater Mid-Atlantic region. Our philosophy is centered on helping clients and agencies achieve their preservation goals while fostering an atmosphere of collaboration, sound science, and respectful interactions among our staff.

Job responsibilities include, but are not limited to:

  • Directing the activities of small- to medium-sized field crews in accordance with project scope, timeline, and budget, under the direction of senior archaeological staff
  • Identifying sites and evaluating their potential eligibility for the National Register of Historic Places
  • Coordinating with lab and GIS staff to ensure proper procedures are followed and needs are identified, and coordinating travel such as hotel reservations with administrative staff
  • Assisting with composing project reports and other deliverables for submission to clients and agencies in
    accordance with relevant agency guidelines and Dovetail’s reporting methodology
  • Training Archaeological Technicians in appropriate field techniques
  • Administering Dovetail’s safety protocols, including communicating and enforcing appropriate safety
    precautions with team members

Minimum qualifications and critical competencies:

  • Bachelor’s degree in anthropology, archaeology, or a closely related field, including completion of an archaeological field school, and at least two years of related work experience, six months of which must be supervised field and analytic experience in the archaeology of eastern North America OR Bachelor’s degree in an unrelated field, plus a minimum of five years’ work related to the position, at least six months of which must be supervised field and analytic experience in the archaeology of eastern North America OR A minimum of seven years’ work experience in anthropology, history, or a closely related field, at least three years of which must be in cultural resource management and six months of which must be supervised field and analytic experience in the archaeology of eastern North America
  • Working knowledge of the prehistory and history of one or more states in Dovetail’s service area
  • Basic understanding of federal and state preservation law, particularly Section 106 of the National Historic Preservation Act
  • Strong leadership skills, including a professional demeanor and the ability to motivate staff
  • Familiarity with data collection using handheld GPS units, and the ability to read maps, use a compass, and produce hand-drawn field maps
  • Ability to work outdoors in hot or cold temperatures, in conditions that may include wind, rain, or snow; dig, kneel, or crouch for extended periods of time; lift at least 40 pounds; walk for long periods through challenging terrain; and maintain adequate fitness to perform field tasks
  • Possession of valid U.S. driver’s license and ability to travel overnight (up to 50 percent)

Please submit a cover letter, curriculum vitae/resume, salary requirements, and at least three references to Arlene Patel at apatel@dovetailcrg.com. We will begin reviewing applications after August 15, 2022. Any questions may be directed to Ms. Patel by email or at (540) 899-9170. Dovetail is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Dovetail Cultural Resource Group | Project Archaeologist

Dovetail Cultural Resource Group (Dovetail) is a woman-owned cultural resource management firm headquartered in Fredericksburg, Virginia, with an office in Wilmington, Delaware, serving the greater Mid-Atlantic region. Our philosophy is centered on helping clients and agencies achieve their preservation goals while fostering an internal atmosphere of collaboration, sound science, and respectful interactions within our staff.

Dovetail is accepting applications for a full-time Project Archaeologist based out of our Fredericksburg, Virginia office. Primary responsibilities center on the day-to-day management of, and participation in, archaeological projects of all types and sizes. Responsibilities may also extend to writing archaeological project proposals, including scopes and budgets. The ideal candidate will be well-organized, with strong communication skills and broad experience in all phases of archaeological investigations. The salary range for this position is $45,000-$70,000, dependent upon experience, and the position is eligible for performance-based bonuses. Benefits include paid vacation, sick leave, and holidays; medical and dental insurance; 401k plan with matching; and a professional development stipend.

Job responsibilities include, but are not limited to:

  • Planning and participating in cultural resource management projects, including background investigations, all stages of fieldwork, and reporting, in accordance with project scope, timeline, and budget, and in coordination with other technical specialists within Dovetail
  • Coordinating and communicating with clients and relevant agency personnel
  • Coordinating and directing the activities of field crews and other staff assigned to your projects
  • Completing cultural resource management reports and other deliverables to company and agency standards, in compliance with applicable laws and regulations
  • Training and mentoring archaeological staff in field and analytical techniques, archaeological theory, project management, and cultural resource laws, as appropriate

Minimum qualifications and critical competencies:

  • Graduate degree in anthropology, archaeology, or a closely related field
  • Meet the Secretary of the Interior’s standards for Archaeology
  • At least two years of full-time, professional experience or equivalent specialized training in archaeological research, administration, or management
  • At least one year of full-time, supervisory level, professional experience in the study of archaeological resources, including management of crews and budgets
  • At least one year of field and analytic experience in the archaeology of eastern North America
  • In-depth understanding of archaeological field methods for all phases of work
  • In-depth knowledge of the precontact and historic periods of one or more states in Dovetail’s service area
  • Thorough understanding of federal and state preservation law, particularly Section 106 of the National
    Historic Preservation Act
  • Ability to work outdoors in hot or cold temperatures, in conditions that may include wind, rain, or snow; dig, kneel, or crouch for extended periods of time; lift at least 40 pounds; walk for long periods through challenging terrain; and maintain adequate fitness to perform field tasks
  • Possession of valid U.S. driver’s license and ability to travel overnight
  • Preference will go to candidates with research interests in the history of the Mid-Atlantic and/or proven experience writing data recovery reports, though those without such experience are encouraged to apply

Please submit a cover letter, curriculum vitae/resume, salary requirements, and at least three references to Arlene Patel at apatel@dovetailcrg.com. We will begin reviewing applications after August 15, 2022. Any questions may be directed to Ms. Patel by email or at (540) 899-9170.
Dovetail is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

ASC Group, Inc. | Archaeological Supervisor

Archaeological Supervisor – Supervisor: Indiana

THE COMPANY

Established in 1986, ASC Group, Inc., is a woman-owned cultural and environmental resources consulting company with a reputation for professionalism and expertise. The company specializes in archaeology, architectural history, ecology, and environmental services and has offices located throughout the Midwest, including Ohio, Pennsylvania, and Indiana. Our passion is to discover and share our unique cultural and natural environment.

We are seeking an Archaeological Supervisor to join our growing Indiana team, reporting to the Indiana Regional Manager and working from our Indianapolis office. The right person will enjoy:

  • Competitive compensation and benefits
  • A collaborative team and excellent work environment
  • A professional network that extends throughout the Midwest
  • Opportunities to work with established and upcoming industry professionals
  • Training and professional development opportunities

The salary range for this position is $22-$28/hr based on experience.

THE PERSON

The ideal candidate will have experience with leading and directing archaeological field surveys and writing results reports. Experience with Phase I and Phase II investigations and National Historic Preservation Act (NHPA) evaluations is required. Familiarity with the Indiana Department of Transportation’s (INDOT) environmental process, especially with regard to Section 106 is desirable. Excellent written and oral communication skills, familiarity with standard office software packages, and the ability to work both independently and as a team member are important.  A bachelors’ degree in archaeology, history, public history, or a related field is required. A master’s degree is preferred.

Our desired, well-rounded candidate will be able to lead field crews and complete surveys to meet work scopes, prepare technical reports and proposals, coordinate and communicate with Project Managers and Principal Investigators regarding project status, and maintain schedules and project budgets. Field work may include overnight travel within Indiana and neighboring states.

If you’re interested in joining our team, we’d love to talk to you. Please submit your resume and a cover letter to Harry Nikides at hnikides@ascgroup.net.

Candidates must be legally authorized to work in the United States without sponsorship. This position is physically located in Indiana. Vaccination against the COVID-19 virus is required. ASC is an equal employment opportunity employer.

Richard Grubb & Associates, Inc. (RGA) | Senior Project Manager (Architectural Historian)

Richard Grubb & Associates, Inc. (RGA) is seeking a Senior Project Manager/Principal Senior Architectural Historian to be based out of its Cranbury, New Jersey or Philadelphia, Pennsylvania office. This position can be based remotely; however, applicants should be available to travel to project sites in the NJ/PA area as necessary for site visits and fieldwork duties. Prior work experience in the mid-Atlantic/Northeast is preferred but not required. The successful candidate should have at least 8 years’ experience, meet the qualifications set forth in the Secretary of the Interior’s Professional Qualification Standards for Architectural Historians/Historians (36CFR61), and have a Master’s Degree in History, Architectural History, Historic Preservation, or closely related field. Experience with federal and state cultural resource management regulations, including a good working knowledge of NEPA and Section 106, is required.

Responsibilities include managing complex cultural resources surveys overseeing multiple staff members, conducting detailed primary and secondary source historical research, technical report writing, proposal development, National Register evaluations, HABS/HAER documentation, and review of similar deliverables produced by architectural historians, among others. Familiarity with the regional history and the cultural and built environment of the Mid-Atlantic is desirable. The ability to conduct intensive archival research (i.e. using deeds, census records, etc.) and to write clear, cogent, and thorough historic contexts is a must. The ideal candidate will be detail oriented, possess strong organizational skills, and have the ability to manage priorities and meet project deadlines and budgets.

Senior Project Manager responsibilities include:

  • Coordinate with review and regulatory agencies, including various SHPOs and federal and state agencies.
  • Direct, plan, organize, and manage historic architectural surveys.
  • Supervise project architectural historians and principal investigators on multiple complex projects.
  • Review and edit historic architectural survey reports, including technical writing.
  • Communicate with clients on survey progress and results, ensuring that projects are performed within budget, in accordance with project schedules, and following federal and state review agency guidelines.
  • Management of all aspects of cultural resource projects, including proposal and budget development, technical report review, and staff management.

RGA is committed to leadership development and is willing to train the right candidate for this position.

Qualified applicants should possess:

  • MA/MS or Ph.D. degree in History, Architectural History, Historic Preservation, or closely related field.
  • Experience with the architecture and history of the mid-Atlantic/Northeast region (preferred).
  • At least 8 years of experience as a Principal Investigator.
  • Diverse project management experience on small and large project types.
  • Experience with various regional, state, and federal cultural resource management regulations, including a good working knowledge of NEPA and Section 106.
  • Detailed, working knowledge of the Secretary of the Interior’s Standards for the Treatment of Historic Properties, and the National Park Service’s guidelines for completing HABS/HAER/HALS documentation projects.
  • Ability to prepare technical and cost proposals.
  • Technical writing, communication, and problem-solving skills.
  • Collegiality in working with archaeologists and historians as part of a team environment.

This full-time position includes a competitive pay and benefits package. Salary will be commensurate with qualifications. Salary range for this position ranges from $62,000 to $75,000 and is dependent upon experience and qualifications.

To be considered for this opportunity, please email a cover letter, a copy of a current CV (or resume) detailing education and work experience, and a writing sample (3-5 pages) to:

Stephanie Grubb, Operations Manager
sgrubb@rgaincorporated.com

RGA is strongly committed to creating a diverse and inclusive environment where a variety of backgrounds, cultures, orientations, ideas, and talents can flourish.  RGA is an equal-opportunity employer, and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability status, protected veteran status, sexual orientation, gender identity, or any other characteristic protected by law. RGA is a Drug-Free Workplace. RGA participates in E-Verify. RGA is a certified WBE/DBE/SBE. Learn more about RGA at www.rgaincorporated.com.

Bronzeville Center for the Arts | Executive Director

EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR FOR THE BRONZEVILLE CENTER FOR THE ARTS

https://bcamke.org/

The Institution:

The Bronzeville Center for the Arts (BCA) is a newly-created nonprofit organization rooted in the art, culture, and history of the African Diaspora. Located in the Bronzeville Cultural and Entertainment District, a historically African American neighborhood in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, the BCA will present exhibitions, educational programs in the arts, and forums for intellectual and cultural exchange, as it connects intergenerational audiences and advances institutional equity.

Mission:

The Bronzeville Center for the Arts is a non-profit organization that is committed to exploring, preserving, and presenting African American and African Diaspora art and culture to enrich our community through creative practices that span advocacy, education, entrepreneurship, and exhibitions. The BCA is supportive, collaborative, and ideational in promoting the projects of artists and cultures of African descent, and is fully devoted to the freedom of expression and social justice.

The BCA is dedicated to investigating ways that the arts can foster and inspire personal expression, the exchange of ideas, and creative entrepreneurship through a wide range of programs: exhibitions, internships, lectures, symposia, workshops, and special events. As a center for artistic, cultural, and social interaction, the BCA empowers people of all ages to tell and create their own stories, engage different perspectives, and collaborate on innovative art projects. These exchanges educate our communities, support cultural and social networks, inspire professional opportunities, and stimulate personal fulfillment.

In July 2020, a core group of stakeholders convened with the purpose of creating a dynamic new African American- and African Diaspora-focused arts institution in Milwaukee’s Bronzeville Cultural and Entertainment District. The Bronzeville Center for the Arts was incorporated in November 2020 and the planning committee began work on a master plan with international consultant Lord Cultural Resources. This process included stakeholder and community workshops to help define the vision and mission of the BCA.

Today, the BCA rents office space in The Fortress, 1726 North 1st Street, and owns two key properties in the heart of the Bronzeville District. The first is located at 507 West North Avenue. Construction of this 3,500 sf building will start Fall 2022 and will become a public meeting space and exhibition gallery in Spring of 2023. The BCA also recently acquired a remarkable 3.4- acre property at 2312 North Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Drive, centrally located in the Bronzeville District and an ideal location to build an art center, plaza, and gardens.

The Role:

Location:                Milwaukee, Wisconsin

Reports to:              Bronzeville Center for the Arts Board of Directors

Key Responsibilities:

  • Provide innovative and visionary leadership in the planning, implementation, and operation of the newly-created Bronzeville Center for the Arts, and organization with a goal of affecting substantive change for the benefit of the community, as well as for advancing our understanding of African American diasporic art and culture across the region and nation.
  • Oversee the planning, development and construction of the Bronzeville Center for the Arts architectural and site projects.
  • Oversee the management of the Center, directing staff regarding all day-to-day operations including exhibitions, programming and the safety and well-being of visitors, users, and staff.
  • Advise the Board on institutional strategy, operations, and policy matters.
  • Lead strategic planning.
  • Contribute to ongoing fundraising efforts; ensure impactful evaluation of all short-term and long-term fundraising efforts with specific milestones necessary to ensure the financial health of the organization.
  • Prepare and oversee capital and operating budgets, ensuring appropriate levels of financial control and compliance.
  • Cultivate and develop relationships with regional Black arts, heritage and other organizations, private- and public-sector partners, educators and public agencies, as well as the local, regional and international media.
  • Remain cognizant and up-to-date on local, community and national issues that may require adjustments to the strategic plan, in order to leverage opportunities and/or to solve challenges.
  • Enhance BCA’s reputation by being active and visible in the community and by working closely with other professional, civic, community based, and private organizations.
  • Cultivate a positive organizational culture, committed to attracting and retaining a diverse employee base.

Skills & Experience:

  • The ideal candidate will be a dynamic, innovative, and visionary individual with a passion for African American and African Diaspora art and artists. An existing interest in/knowledge of Black Milwaukee and Wisconsin art and artists would be an asset.
  • This leader will have exceptional interpersonal skills and leadership experience gained by working in the museum, gallery, visitor experience or nonprofit field.
  • They will be confident and capable as the public face of the Center. A proven record in fundraising success is preferred.
  • Demonstrated achievement leading a team in transformative environments will be key, bringing experience in project management, program development and strategic partnerships. Additionally, they will have an ability to assess and implement the infrastructure and operational requirements necessary to support sustainable growth.
  • Required qualifications include a degree in nonprofit management, arts administration, or museum management or 10+ years’ experience in nonprofit leadership, visitor experience and/or audience development.

Personal Attributes:

  • Passionate and committed to the Bronzeville Center for the Arts’ mission and vision.
  • A strategic and visionary leader who combines strong knowledge of African American art and culture, institutional leadership, organizational management, and creative problem-solving skills with commercial instinct and resourcefulness.
  • Exceptional relationship-building and interpersonal skills; actively seeks input from others, at all levels of the organization and community, creating an environment where ideas and information are easily exchanged, and voices are heard.
  • Exceptional communicator and dynamic public speaker; ability to inspire and successfully carry out the role of being an ambassador and leading voice of BCA.
  • Demonstrates the highest standards of ethics, integrity, respect and humility.

Salary range:

  • $200,000 to $250,000 based on experience.

To learn more about this opportunity, please contact:

Tory Clarke

Partner, Bridge Partners

tory.clarke@bridgepartnersllc.com

Gray & Pape, Inc. | Archaeological Technicians

Gray & Pape, a national cultural heritage firm, is seeking to increase our qualified pool of Archaeological Technicians for work in our Midwest, Northeast, and Southwest offices. Individuals interested in working for Gray & Pape will only be selected from this pool.

The Seasonal Field Technician performs archaeological fieldwork, lab work, or GIS work under the direction and supervision of a Gray & Pape Project Manager/Principal Investigator. Applicants approved for the pool must have (at a minimum):

  • B.A./B.S in Archaeology, Anthropology, Tribal Historic Preservation or related field with prior coursework in, or demonstrated knowledge of archaeology, prehistory, and history
  • Archaeological field school experience
  • Ability to use GPS unit and Total Station
  • Ability to use Digital/point and shoot/DSLR cameras
  • Capability to take detailed notes
  • Demonstrated work reliability.

Preference will be given to those with CRM experience. Familiarity with Phase I, II, and/or III work required. Pay is dependent on region and experience, the range is $16.50-$23/hr.

We will be accepting applicants to the qualified pool until August 22nd, 2022. Positions are seasonal, and work is on-call, as needed. Acceptance into the qualified field technician pool is not a guarantee of a job offer or a guarantee of hours in 2022-2023. Please submit a cover letter detailing your experience and education and resume with three professional references to Trequia Walker (twalker@graypape.com). No phone calls, please.

Gray & Pape is an Equal Opportunity Employer/Veterans/Disabled. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, or protected veteran status and will not be discriminated against based on disability.

Gray & Pape, Inc. | Regional Manager

Gray & Pape, a national and international cultural heritage management (CRM) firm, is seeking a Regional Manager to lead our Providence, RI team. Expected salary range for this role is $80,000-$130,000. This role is full time, regular status, exempt position.

Summary of the Role:
The Regional Manager is a primary representative of Gray & Pape in the Northeast, is responsible for operational and business development performance within the region and ensures successful management of the region’s key performance goals. Operational responsibilities include ensuring appropriate supervision of regional staff, oversight of the technical quality of work, and supporting opportunities for employee growth through training, professional development, and mentorship. Business development responsibilities include maintaining a productive client relationship environment, identifying market and project opportunities, and implementing strategic marketing initiatives in the region. The Regional Manager is responsible for compliance with corporate policies and initiatives and maintaining productive relationships with the President, the CFO, G&P Practice Leaders, the VP of Operations, and other regional offices. The Regional Manager provides operational support for regional projects and may function as a Principal-in-Charge, Project Manager, and/or Principal Investigator as needed for projects in the assigned region.

The right candidate for this position is a professional who provides inspiration, motivation, and guidance to Gray & Pape colleagues and will have a happy mix of high-level technical capabilities, leadership competencies, and social skills that drive outstanding performance in the Northeast Region. The leadership competences this person must demonstrate include vision for the future, business acumen, a high capacity for decision-making, the ability to drive the team to achieve results, a razor-sharp client focus, ethical conduct, and strategic agility.

Required Qualifications

  1. M.A./M.S. in History, Archaeology, Historic Preservation, or a related field plus 10 years supervisory and project management experience in cultural heritage management.
  2. Effective inter-personal skills and well-developed ability to communicate clearly.
  3. Demonstrated successful experience in managing multi-disciplinary teams including mentoring, training, scheduling, and performance management.
  4. Extensive knowledge of industry project management standards, practices, and cultural resource laws.
  5. Ability to analyze data (e.g., statistical analysis, material culture analysis, geomorphological analysis, etc.).
  6. Excellent understanding of National Register of Historic Places Criteria and their application.
  7. Demonstrable report writing experience.
  8. Demonstrated ability to organize and coordinate work within schedule and budget constraints.
  9. Demonstrated ability to independently design and complete research.
  10. Demonstrated oral and written communication skills.
  11. Display curiosity and respect for others’ perspectives and strengths.
  12. Commitment to promoting equity and inclusion.
  13. Must possess a valid driver’s license.

Travel is project-dependent with an expectation of travel outside the local area and for multiple days. Some projects may require extended travel.

Gray & Pape offers a competitive pay and benefits package, including paid holidays, paid vacation and sick leave, health and disability insurance, and a 401(k)-retirement plan. A complete job description is available upon request.

If you are interested in joining our team, please submit the following to Charity Touchette, HR Director, at ctouchette@graypape.com. No phone calls, please.

  • A composed cover letter that communicates the candidate’s technical, business development, and leadership competencies;
  • Resume or CV;

This position is open until September 2, 2022 and qualified candidates may be interviewed prior to close date.

Please visit us at www.graypape.com/our-company/careers/ to learn more.

Gray & Pape is an Equal Opportunity Employer. We are committed to providing an environment of respect and inclusion where equal employment opportunities are available to all applicants and employees. Applicants and employees will not be discriminated against on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, disability, national origin, protected veteran status, or any other protected status under federal, state or local law. Please contact HR to request an accommodation.

Environmental Solutions & Innovations, Inc. | Full Time Architectural Historian

Environmental Solutions & Innovations, Inc. (ESI) is hiring a full-time Architectural Historian to complement their Cultural Resources Group program.  The position is open to remote work as well as at ESI’s offices.

The successful Architectural Historian candidate will perform background research, aid in coordinating fieldwork, preparation of quality technical reports, and provide insightful technical and regulatory knowledge for consulting projects as part of a team. The position will require having a strong existing knowledge of federal and state cultural resource management regulations across several industries.  Additionally, the position will require having high-quality personal time management and prioritization skills as well as excellent verbal and written communication skills

ESI is a small multi-discipline environmental consulting firm with 20 years’ experience assisting clients in complying with state and federal policies related to the natural and cultural environment. Our staff includes over 60-full time scientists with specialties ranging from animal ecology to wetland science, landscapes and cultural resources. For more information, check out our website at http://www.environmentalsi.com/.

Minimum Qualifications:

  • Masters in architectural history, art history, historic preservation, or related field.
  • Completed at least two years of full-time consulting experience within architectural history.
  • Knowledgeable of the MidAtlantic, Appalachia and the Midwest, with willingness to expand regional expertise.

Requirements:

  • 5 years of relevant field experience.
  • Must be able to pass all pre-hire screenings.
  • Must possess a valid driver’s license.

Compensation:

The salary range is $50k – $70k annually (commensurate with experience), generous paid time off allowances, 100% employer-paid health/dental/vision insurance, and 401(k) with graduated match.

How to apply:

Please send a resume to Employment@envsi.com using the email subject “Architectural Historian”.

Gray & Pape, Inc. | GIS Specialist

Gray & Pape, a national and international cultural heritage management (CRM) firm, is seeking a GIS Specialist in our Houston, TX office. Expected salary range for this role is $48,000-$60,000 commensurate with skills and experience. This role is full time, regular status, exempt position. Gray & Pape offers a hybrid work environment with built in flexibility for days in the office.

Summary of the Role:

The GIS Specialist is responsible for providing GIS support for company projects, and the research, development, and implementation of GIS technology for the company.

Key Duties:

  • Utilize the company’s GIS capabilities to support and enhance projects.
  • Coordinate with staff to develop databases and GIS structures that can be used to analyze and manage project data, and enhance the visual presentation of the data.
  • Educate staff about various capabilities of the company’s GIS and its applicability for resource/planning analysis and project management support.
  • Coordinate with project managers, field personnel, and other staff to prepare project mapping and report graphics.
  • Manage project special data, develop project-specific database structures, and develop project appropriate and innovative GIS and map products.
  • Coordinating with the GIS Director / Senior GIS Specialist to provide up-to-date evaluations of company GIS resources and developing new GIS technology.
  • Participate in planning for, implementing, and using new technologies.
  • Create training materials for field and office staff, and assist with training.
  • Maintain familiarity with Internet, published, and commercial data and base map sources, acquires needed data and electronic base mapping, maintains company GIS archive, and maintains an inventory of in- house resources.
  • Maintain current awareness of GIS literature, software, and hardware, and its applicability to CRM.
  • Manage tasks and schedules for multiple simultaneous projects to complete projects on time and on budget following company standards and protocols.
  • Evaluate and ensure that data sets are retrieved in the field correctly, that data sets are processed appropriately in house, and accurate report graphics are generated on schedule and within budget for that data.
  • Participate in public outreach programs to educate people about the importance of archaeological resources and CRM, at the project, professional, and/or community levels.
  • Maintain a commitment to promoting equity and inclusion.

Required Qualifications:

  • B.A./B.S. in Anthropology, Geography, or related field plus 5 years’ experience in the application of GIS technology/analysis or:
  • B.A./B.S. in Anthropology, Geography or related field plus Post-Baccalaureate degree in GIS plus 3 years’ experience in the application of GIS technology/analysis.
  • Extensive experience with ArcGIS 10.x, ArcGIS PRO, and familiarity with other GIS packages (Surfer, Indrisi, GRASS).
  • Experience with ArcGIS online, ArcGIS Field Maps, Survey 123, and other database programs Excel and Access.
  • Demonstrable experience partnering with Project Management and other researchers in the development of GIS databases.
  • Demonstrated written and oral communication skills, particularly including the cartographic presentation of cultural, historical, and archaeological information.
  • Must possess a valid driver’s license and ability to operate a passenger car/light truck.

Preferred Qualifications:

  • M.A./M.S. in Anthropology, Geography, or relate field plus experience in the application of GIS technology/analysis.
  • Experience with GIS in a CRM environment.
  • Experience in the practice and application of electronic mapping and cartography, the use of total station, GPS and other data collection instruments.
  • Experience in the preparation of GIS data, metadata, and mapping products from a variety of GIS and drafting packages.
  • Working knowledge of AutoCAD.
  • Familiarity with geophysical archaeological software (GPR-Slice, RADAN, TerraSurveyor, Geoplot, etc.)
  • Familiarity with both terrestrial and maritime archaeological data mapping including magnetometer remote sensing and/or terrestrial contour mapping.
  • Experience in civil surveying, archaeological fieldwork, historical research, remote sensing (i.e., aerial photo and satellite imagery), and/or geographic modeling.

Travel:

Travel is project-dependent with an expectation of travel outside the local area and for multiple days. Some projects may require extended travel.

Gray & Pape offers a competitive pay and benefits package, including paid holidays, paid vacation and sick leave, health and disability insurance, and a 401(k)-retirement plan. A complete job description is available upon request.

If you are interested in joining our team, please submit the following to Trequia Walker, HR Assistant, at twalker@graypape.com. No phone calls, please.

  • Cover letter detailing expression of interest;
  • Resume or CV;
  • 3 sample maps showing survey data, preference given for one sample showing maritime remote sensing data results.

The position is open until August 15,2022 and we will be interviewing qualified applicants immediately. Please visit us at https://www.graypape.com/ourcompany/careers/ to learn more.

Gray & Pape is an Equal Opportunity Employer. We are committed to providing an environment of respect and
inclusion where equal employment opportunities are available to all applicants and employees. Applicants and
employees will not be discriminated against on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender
identity, gender expression, disability, national origin, protected veteran status, or any other protected status
under federal, state or local law. Please contact HR to request an accommodation.

National Park Service | Superintendent of Golden Gate National Recreation Area

The National Park Service is seeking applications for the Superintendent of Golden Gate National Recreation Area in San Francisco, CA. The salary range for this position is $176,300 – $203,700 per year.

The Superintendent manages all park operations, including a workforce of approximately 400 permanent and temporary staff, in addition to many volunteers, in support of a variety of visitor services, and multiple physical facilities, and administers a large, complex budget plus funds from a variety of other sources, including non-profit partner organizations. This is not a remote work position.

The application period for this position will close on Augst 12. More information and how to apply is available here.

Michigan Economic Development Corporation | State Historic Preservation Officer

The Michigan Economic Development Corporation (MEDC) is hiring for the Michigan State Historic Preservation Officer in Lansing/Ingham, Michigan. The salary range for this position is $101,599 – $138,126 annually.

At the MEDC, we help Michiganders prosper by investing in our businesses and communities, enabling the growth of good jobs and promoting Michigan’s reputation as a world-class business location and travel destination. By joining our team, you will play an integral role in directly supporting Michigan’s success, where you work, live and play. Come be part of the team that’s transforming their everyday as the Michigan State Historic Preservation Officer.

The State Historic Preservation Officer for the Michigan State Historic Preservation Office (SHPO) administers Michigan’s historic preservation program as mandated by the Historic Preservation Act of 1966 and supervises the staff of the Office. This involves preservation planning, work with community organizations, assistance to state agencies and local governments, review of federally funded projects for their impact on cultural resources, assistance for those seeking federal historic preservation tax credits, designation programs including historic markers and the National Register of Historic Places, and grant programs.

The posting is open through August 7, 2022. More information and how to apply is available here.

ACHP | 21st Century Leaders Fellowship

The ACHP Foundation and the ACHP are delighted to announce a new program to promote diversity and inclusion in the future leadership ranks of the national historic preservation program – the 21st Century Leaders Fellowship that will bring a promising young preservation professional to Washington to work with national preservation agencies and organizations in the development and execution of public preservation policy.

The Fellowship is designed to provide early-career practitioners that demonstrate preservation interest and leadership potential with a deep immersion in policy-making and program leadership at the national level. Fellows will work under the direct supervision of ACHP senior leadership and map out an experiential program that takes into consideration their areas of interest and current historic preservation policy issues and initiatives. The six to nine month experience may include rotation through one or more positions at federal agencies, congressional offices, and non-governmental organizations.

Fellows will be intimately involved in activities relating to policy formulation, development, and implementation, congressional and inter-agency relations, and the administrative workings of federal agencies and non-governmental entities. Fellows will have the opportunity to interact with ACHP members, federal policymakers, and leaders of non-governmental organizations and institutions. They will take part in Council meetings, legislative activities, and other convenings. Fellows will be mentored by senior agency staff and other advisors who are subject matter experts on a variety of preservation-related fields and address issues that may include climate change adaptation, Native American affairs, infrastructure and housing policy, regulatory systems, and more. They will be expected to participate in policy development activities including research, writing, strategy, partnership cultivation, and legislative monitoring. In sum, Fellows will have a unique experience that will advance their careers wherever they may lead.

The ACHP Foundation provides a stipend of up to $40,000 depending on the length of the Fellowship. The deadline for applying for the initial Fellowship commencing in January 2023 is September 15. More information and the application can be found on the ACHP Foundation’s website here.

Idaho State Historical Society | Historic Preservation Planner

The Idaho State Historical Society is seeking a Historic Preservation Planner in Boise, ID. The salary for this position is listed as $58,177.60 annually.

Be part of an organization that makes History every day! Join a highly motivated team in a fast-paced environment dedicated to inspiring, enriching and engaging all Idahoans by leading the state in preserving, sharing and using history and cultural resources relevant to today to inform and influence the future.

The Historic Preservation Planner will assist Certified Local Governments (CLGs) and local historic preservation efforts through training, outreach, technical assistance, and grant administration; perform related work.

Example of Duties

  1. Certified Local Government Program responsibilities: provides technical assistance on fiscal and program management, interpretation of program guidelines and regulations, and changes in federal and state policies, laws and regulations; responds to inquiries regarding grant or contract availability, requirements and guidelines; writes and revises grant or contract manual and forms; conducts and/or arranges training for potential and current sub grantees or contractors.
  2. Grant Administration.  Typical responsibilities: Sub grantee evaluation/grantee/contractor compliance. Reviews, evaluates and approves sub grantees’ or contractors’ applications, reports and agreements for accuracy and compliance with state and federal laws and regulations; monitors and measures sub grantees’ or contractors’ progress towards goals and timetables; analyzes financial reports to determine if expenditures are in compliance with grant or contract guidelines; reviews payment requests or expenditures and recommends approval/denial; conducts interviews with sub grantees or contractors to determine compliance and identify problems; determines program deficiencies and recommends and negotiates corrective action; recommends termination, suspension or repayment of funds; gathers and compiles information for grantees’ or contractors’ state plans, applications and reports; ensures that grantees’ or contractors’ program recommendations and reports are accessible, accurate and complete; develops written and statistical reports; may conduct on-site visits to determine compliance of service delivery. Works with ISHS fiscal staff administer the annual Historic Preservation Fund grant; compiles information and statistics for year-end report and annual application.
  3. Technical assistance. General responsibilities: assists federal, state, and local governments in developing historic preservation planning process; prepares and reviews planning reports and documents; develops and conducts training sessions for local historic preservation commissioners; develops evaluation factors and criteria to evaluate participants’ planning performance; conducts lectures and workshops for government officials and the public; works with Main Street Program coordinators to address historic preservation aspects of program.
  4. Preservation planning. Typical responsibilities: assists local governments and historic preservation commissions to identify and analyze cultural resource data for planning and setting priorities; identifies generalized low and high-risk areas to help develop statewide preservation priorities; works with local governments and historic preservation commissions to pursue historic preservation projects and programs.
  5. State Historic Preservation Plan. Gathers information, conducts outreach, and meets with partners and interested parties in anticipation of preparing statewide preservation plan.  Writes and updates plan as required by National Park Service.

Other Functions and Responsibilities 

  • Provide support to agency public programs and outreach efforts as assigned.
  • Some weekend and/or evening hours will be scheduled.
  • Performs other duties as assigned.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS

To satisfy federal funding requirements, applicants must meet the Secretary of the Interior’s Professional Qualification Standards (36CFR61, Appendix A) for one of the following:  Historic Preservation Planner, Historic Preservation, Architectural History, or History.

Good knowledge of historic preservation planning and practices, and related federal regulations. Some knowledge of American architectural history, Idaho and/or western United States history. Demonstrated ability to: make oral presentations before groups; communicate effectively orally and in writing to a wide range of audiences. Experience interpreting, applying and explaining laws and regulations; interpreting narrative or demographic or statistical reports to ensure compliance with laws, regulations or requirements; collecting, organizing and evaluating data and writing narrative reports of findings.

Supplemental Information

To learn more about the Idaho State Historical Society, please visit our website at: https://history.idaho.gov/

Working for the state offers the ability to easily balance work and life commitments, including benefits such as a flexible work schedule, PERSI retirement, medical/dental insurance, a wellness program and state-facilitated training.

Make a difference in your community and in the lives of the citizens of Idaho today by applying to be  the Historic Preservation Planner for the Idaho State Historical Society.

Hiring is done without regard to race, color, religion, national origin, sex, age or disability. If you need special accommodations to satisfy testing requirements, please contact the Division of Human Resources at (208) 334-2263.

Preference may be given to veterans who qualify under state and federal laws and regulations.

More information and how to apply is available here.

Ohio History Connection | Ohio History Service Corps

The Ohio History Connection is now accepting applications for AmeriCorps Members to serve in the Ohio History Service Corps in 2022-2023!

Established in 2010, Ohio History Service Corps (OHSC) members provide service to Ohioans and their local history communities through collections management projects, strategic planning, community engagement, historic site survey, programming, and other capacity-building initiatives. Members provide coaching, assistance, and help organizations become more effective and sustainable. Members also assist communities take the first step in historic preservation through their completion of historic structure surveys.

The Ohio History Service Corps program has two components. Click the links below for the full individual position descriptions or visit https://my.americorps.gov and search for “Ohio History Service Corps”:

Locations: The 2022-2023 program year begins in September with members serving in and around: Cincinnati, Columbus, Dennison, Lorain, Portsmouth, Warren, and Wilberforce. The host sites are: Community Surveyors: City of Cincinnati; Local History Members: Cincinnati Art Museum, Dennison Railroad Depot Museum, Jewish Cemeteries of Greater Cincinnati, Lorain Historical Society, National Afro-American Museum and Cultural Center, Ohio Humanities, Rickenbacker Woods Foundation, Shawnee State University, and Trumbull County Historical Society.

Duration & Benefits: Members will serve one year in full time (35-40 hr/wk) capacity from September 12, 2022 to August 31, 2023. Throughout their term, AmeriCorps members will receive:

  • Living allowance
  • Health insurance
  • Childcare assistance, if eligible
  • Professional development
  • Travel reimbursements
  • Eligible for Eli Segal Education Award of $6,495 upon successful completion of 1700 hours of service

For more information: Visit the Ohio History Connection website www.ohiohistory.org/americorps to find out more. For questions, please contact us at americorps@ohiohistory.org

The Ohio History Connection is an equal opportunity employer. The Ohio History Connection does not discriminate in its employment on the basis of race, color, religion, gender, national origin, ancestry, disability, age, and veteran status, or any other basis that would be in violation of any applicable federal, state or local law.

Gray & Pape, Inc. | GIS Specialist

Gray & Pape, a national and international cultural heritage management (CRM) firm, is seeking a GIS Specialist in our Providence, RI office. Expected salary range for this role is $55,000-$70,000 commensurate with skills and experience. This role is full time, regular status, exempt position. Gray & Pape offers a hybrid work environment with built in flexibility for days in the office.

The GIS Specialist is responsible for providing GIS support for company projects, and the research, development, and implementation of GIS technology for the company. 

More information and how to apply is available here.

Gray & Pape, Inc. | Logistics Coordinator

Gray & Pape, a national and international cultural heritage management firm, has an opening for a Logistics Coordinator in our Cincinnati, OH office. This role is regular, full time, hourly. The hourly rate is $22.00-$25.00 commensurate with experience, qualifications, and education. Gray & Pape offers a hybrid work environment with built in flexibility for days in the office.

The Logistics Coordinator provides logistical support for all field projects. They serve as a liaison between project managers and seasonal/temporary staff assigned to field projects to ensure that all field-based logistical and staffing aspects of the project are met. They are also responsible for maintaining the inventory of field equipment and supplies, physical maintenance and repair of equipment, the allocation and staging of field equipment, rental vehicles, lodging, airline, and other project requirements are successfully completed. The Logistics Coordinator may participate in seasonal field technician hiring and recruiting and is responsible for the onboarding of new field technicians and the completion of new hire documentation.

The leading candidate will be a self-starter with excellent organizational capabilities and above average communication skills. They will demonstrably be detail-oriented and capable of functioning both independently and as a key member of project teams. They will be able to communicate successfully and consistently with seasonal field technicians and leadership.

More information and how to apply is available here.

Gray & Pape, Inc. | Architectural Historian II

Gray & Pape, a national and international cultural heritage management (CRM) firm, is seeking an Architectural Historian II to join our History/Architecture practice in our Cincinnati, OH office. This role is an hourly, non-exempt position with a rate of $22.00-$25.00 depending on skills, experience, and qualifications.

The Architectural Historian II is responsible for the completion and management of documentation and assessment of projects, the transmission of data (notes, photocopies, maps, photographs) to others, conducting historical research and narrative writing for compliance reports, and completion of National Register nomination forms and tax credit applications.

The position is open until July 15,2022. More information and how to apply is available here.

Stantec | Archaeological Technician

Stantec is seeking temporary/on-call Archaeological Field Technicians to assist with several projects in the Mid-Atlantic region (primarily Virginia but also Maryland and Pennsylvania) with additional work possible in Colorado and Texas. The work is anticipated to occur in June and July with the potential for additional work on a project-by-project basis thereafter. The successful applicant will be responsible for executing field related tasks under the supervision of a Project Archaeologist and Crew Chief. This position requires extensive travel with frequent overnight stays. We offer individual occupancy hotel rooms with per diem (frequently receipt based by contract requirement) based on the appropriate GSA rate for the project region.

More information and how to apply is available here.

Metcalf Archaeological Consultants, Inc. | Project Director

Metcalf Archaeological Consultants, Inc. is looking for a Project Director to work out of our Metro Denver or Grand Junction office. Project management experience and understanding of archaeological methods are a must for this position.  This position is full-time, regular and eligible for all benefits provided by Metcalf (health insurance, 401k plan, paid time off, Employee Stock Ownership Plan, etc.) with a salary that starts at $45,000 to $60,000 per year, depending on experience.  This position is also eligible for a flexible schedule and remote work.

To apply, please complete our online application.

Primary responsibilities are structured around the procurement and execution of technical projects. Project Directors work in collaboration with a Project Manager to successfully execute technical projects. Project Directors are a critical point of contact with clients and agencies and are accountable for providing excellent and responsive customer service. Responsibilities extend to ensuring compliance with applicable regulations, permits, and statutes. Consistent monitoring of schedules, budgets, and field operations also comprise duties expected of the role. Our Project Directors not only supervise but contribute to technical aspects of projects as tasks are assigned.

Qualifications

  • M.A. or M.S. in Anthropology is required for this position
  • Sufficient experience to be listed in direct charge on antiquities permits in at least two states within the company’s operating region
  • Working knowledge of the prehistory and history in one or more of the company’s service regions
  • Working knowledge of the flora, fauna, geology, and lithic sources in one or more of Metcalf’s service regions
  • Familiarity with current research methods and trends in archaeology
  • At least five years of experience conducting archaeological investigations in a field setting
  • At least three years of experience supervising an archaeological field crew and participating in project management
  • Active First Aid/CPR certification is preferred (may be obtained after hire)

Work Conditions and Physical Demands – The work environment characteristics and physical demands described here are representative of those an employee encounters while performing the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions

  • Able to work independently without direct supervision
  • Able to work outdoors for 10 or more hours a day in often very hot (>90°F) and very cold (<32°F) temperatures; other conditions include high winds, extreme dust, and high altitude
  • Must be able to walk numerous miles in a work period, often in rugged terrain
  • Must be able to dig, kneel, and crouch for extended periods of time
  • Able to lift at least 40 lbs. and maintain physical fitness adequate to tasks
  • Willing to spend several days at remote work locations during the field season
  • Able to safely and legally drive four-wheel vehicles in all settings
  • Able to work in an office setting

Metcalf Archaeological Consultants, Inc. is a 100% employee-owned cultural resource management firm with more than 40 years of experience providing archaeological services in the Rocky Mountains, Eastern Great Basin, and Central and Northern Great Plains. Metcalf promotes a safe and drug free workplace. We participate in E-verify and are proud to be an Equal Opportunity Employer.

To apply, please go to https://metcalfarchaeology.clearcompany.com/careers/jobs/8fe05899-8328-70af-715b-16e32491bba7/apply?source=2083994-CS-36215.

Commonwealth Heritage Group, Inc. | Project Archaeologist

Commonwealth is seeking qualified applicants to fill a full-time Project Archaeologist position in our Chantilly, Virginia office. Applicants should have an M.A/M.S. in Anthropology/Archaeology or related field and two years of experience directing fieldwork for CRM projects, preferably in the Mid-Atlantic region, and two years of experience with analysis and technical report writing. Prior experience with Trimble GPS equipment and GIS is preferred. Traveling for non-local projects is necessary. Salary range starts at $23/hr equivalent and is dependent on experience.

More information and how to apply is available here.

Commonwealth Heritage Group, Inc. | Project Archaeologist IV

Because Commonwealth continues to see rapid growth, we are seeking qualified and experienced applicants to fill a full-time Project Archaeologist IV position in our Dexter, Michigan office. The next step on the career track in Dexter for a Project Archaeologist IV is Principal Investigator. Primary responsibilities will include: leading and supervising field staff; recording archaeological sites through survey; intensive excavations for site evaluations; monitoring fieldwork quality and reviewing paperwork/notes; conducting background research required for assessments; technical report writing and preparation; adhering to established budgets and schedules; maintaining appropriate professional standards of quality and technical proficiency; positively interacting with team members to meet deadlines; contributing to research and writing for proposal development; and other duties as may be required. This is a ¼ to ½ time travel and fieldwork position with the remainder of the time contributing to reporting efforts. Travel for non-local projects is necessary. We seek a candidate who wishes to grow within the company. Pay is dependent on experience, but starts at $22/hr.

Applied Earthworks, Inc. | Staff or Associate Level Archaeologist

Looking for a change of scenery? It doesn’t get much better than Applied EarthWorks, Inc.’s Lompoc office. On the coast of California, just a bit above Santa Barbara, enjoy beaches, mountains, and rockets!

We’re seeking an experienced Staff or Associate level Archaeologist to join our team. https://www.appliedearthworks.com/associate-archaeologist

Advance your career with a 100% employee-owned firm offering excellent compensation and benefits. Don’t miss out on this opportunity!

Skelly and Loy | Field Supervisor

Skelly and LoyA Terracon Company, is seeking a Field Supervisor to support our Pittsburgh, PA office. Previous supervisory experience in the Mid-Atlantic and/or the Eastern Midwest required; MA/MS degree preferred. This is a full-time position with benefits. To apply visit: https://careers.terracon.com/search/searchjobs (search for location: Pittsburgh)

SWCA Environmental Consultants | Senior Cultural Resources Project Manager

SWCA Environmental Consultants is seeking a Senior Cultural Resources Project Manager for our Pasadena office. The Cultural Resources Project Manager is a core member of the Cultural Resources Program, responsible for managing client relationships, supervising staff, successfully winning and executing projects, and leading all aspects of project implementation.  This is a regular, full-time, salaried position. This position is a great wonderful career growth opportunity for the right candidate to join SWCA’s expanding practice. Click HERE to learn more about this opportunity or to apply.

SWCA Environmental Consultants is a growing, 1,200+ staff, employee-owned firm, providing a full-spectrum of environmental services.  Our Vision (the North Star) is to make SWCA the best workplace and industry leader in sustainability, bringing sound science and creative solutions to global environmental challenges while maintaining a dedication to employee-ownership. We live our core values: we collaborate as #OneSWCA; we are #AlwaysLearning, we #NeverSettle, and we #GiveBack.

SWCA Environmental Consultants | Senior Project Manager

SWCA Environmental Consultants is seeking a talented Senior Project Manager who is focused on client and business development, as well as project execution, to join our California Inland Empire team serving Riverside, San Bernardino, and surrounding counties. Click HERE to learn more or to apply. This candidate will bring strong client relationships and project management skills to SWCA and use them to expand our presence in this key market. This is a newly created position, and the successful candidate will have a robust technical background and extensive consulting experience in one of SWCA’s core disciplines —environmental planning, natural resources, or cultural resources. Primary duties include opportunity identification and development, building client relationships, proposal leadership, and project management. The goal of the position is to collaboratively build on our existing book of business in this geography to a level sufficient to support the opening of an Inland Empire office. SWCA’s purpose is to preserve natural and cultural resources for tomorrow while enabling projects that benefit people today. You are invited to be a part of our success story.

SWCA Environmental Consultants | Assistant Project Manager – Archaeology

SWCA Environmental Consultants is seeking an Assistant Project Manager for our Pasadena, California office. Under the supervision of a Project Manager, an Assistant Project Manager for Archaeology performs field and office tasks while working with and supervising crew members. This position will primarily be office-based, with some fieldwork required. This is a regular, full-time, salaried position that will report to a Project Manager.  Click HERE to for more information or to apply.

SWCA Environmental Consultants is a growing, 1,100+ staff, employee-owned firm, providing a full-spectrum of environmental services.  Our Vision (the North Star) is to make SWCA the best workplace and industry leader in sustainability, bringing sound science and creative solutions to global environmental challenges while maintaining a dedication to employee-ownership. We live our core values: we collaborate as #OneSWCA; we are #AlwaysLearning, we #NeverSettle, and we #GiveBack.

Jefferson Patterson Park and Museum | Museum Educator

Jefferson Patterson Park and Museum is seeking a Museum Educator in St. Leonard, MD. Application deadline is May 23, 2022. The salary range for this position is $20.48 – $24.98/hour. More information and how to apply is available here.

Gray & Pape, Inc. | Archaeologist 3

Gray & Pape, a national and international cultural heritage management firm, has an opening for an Archaeologist 3 to join our Archaeology practice and support our Richmond, VA office. This role is an hourly, non-exempt position with a range of $22.00-$26.00 per hour commensurate with experience, qualifications, and education. Gray & Pape offers a hybrid work environment with built in flexibility for days in the office.

More information and how to apply is available here.

Gray & Pape, Inc. | Principal Investigator – Archaeology (Focus: Pre-Contact)

Gray & Pape, a national and international cultural heritage management (CRM) firm, is seeking a Principal Investigator – Archaeology to join our Archaeology practice in our Richmond, Virginia office. Expected salary range for this role is $55,000-$70,000. This role is full time, regular status, exempt position. Gray & Pape offers a hybrid work environment with built in flexibility for days in the office. The Principal Investigator – Archaeology will have a focus on pre-contact archaeological sites.

More information and how to apply is available here.

Gray & Pape, Inc. | Principal Investigator – Archaeology (Focus: Historic)

Gray & Pape, a national and international cultural heritage management (CRM) firm, is seeking a Principal Investigator – Archaeology to join our Archaeology practice in our Richmond, Virginia office. Expected salary range for this role is $55,000-$70,000. This role is full time, regular status, exempt position. Gray & Pape offers a hybrid work environment with built in flexibility for days in the office. The Principal Investigator – Archaeology will have a focus on historic archaeological sites.

More information and how to apply is available here.

Gray & Pape, Inc. | GIS Specialist

Gray & Pape, a national and international cultural heritage management (CRM) firm, is seeking a GIS Specialist in our Houston, TX office. Expected salary range for this role is $48,000-$60,000 based on skills and experience. This role is full time, regular status, exempt position. Gray & Pape offers a hybrid work environment with built in flexibility for days in the office.

More information and how to apply is available here.

Commonwealth Heritage Group, Inc. | Archaeological Crew Chiefs and Field Technicians (UT)

Commonwealth Heritage Group is searching for archaeological crew chiefs and field technicians for fieldwork in Utah and surrounding states. Archaeologists are part of a team that is responsible for conducting pedestrian survey and site documentation, which includes feature and artifact identification and analyses; site descriptions; photographs; and mapping.

Pay starts at $20/hour for crew chiefs and $16/hour for field technicians; federally contracted projects will pay prevailing wage. Hotel (single occupancy) and per diem provided for non-local archaeologists, per diem amount will differ depending on location/project. There may be an opportunity for full-time employment. Must be willing to travel as needed.

More information and how to apply is available here.

Commonwealth Heritage Group, Inc. | Archaeological Field Technicians (PA)

The West Chester, Pennsylvania office of Commonwealth Heritage Group is searching for archaeological field technicians for fieldwork beginning in May 2022. Fieldwork will involve Phase I survey for moderate-scale (ca. 1-2 weeks each, 4-5 projects) projects in central (Franklin County) and western (Clarion, Venango, Westmoreland County) Pennsylvania. Technicians will be part of a team responsible for conducting pedestrian and shovel test survey as well as documentation of survey efforts and archaeological resources. Ability to work independently and in teams to excavate and screen shovel tests, navigate/traverse difficult terrain and walk continuously throughout the day, recognize precontact Native American and historic-period artifacts, and describe soil contexts with appropriate terminology is required. Ability to carry field equipment, personal gear (including
hydration supplies and lunch depending on distance from field vehicles) is expected. Limited assistant supervisory positions for qualified applicants with site recordation and GPS operation experience may be available.

Pay starts at $17.50/hour with prior experience. Hotel (single occupancy), $59 per diem (no receipt documentation required) and transportation to/from the job location will be provided. Mileage reimbursement will be provided if personal vehicles are needed. Weekend hotel stays will be considered for reasonable requests.

More information and how to apply is available here.

Commonwealth Heritage Group, Inc. | Archaeological Field Technicians

The Florida offices of Commonwealth Heritage Group are searching for archaeological field technicians for fieldwork beginning in May 2022. Fieldwork will generally involve Phase I survey for moderate-scale (ca. 1-4 week) projects) in central and northern Florida. Technicians will be part of a team responsible for conducting pedestrian and shovel test survey as well as documentation of survey efforts and archaeological resources. Ability to work independently and in teams to excavate and screen shovel tests, navigate/traverse difficult terrain and walk continuously throughout the day, recognize precontact and postcontact artifacts, and describe soil contexts with appropriate terminology is required. Ability to carry field equipment, personal gear (including hydration supplies and lunch depending on distance from field vehicles) is expected. Note: heat tolerance is necessary—Florida is very hot this time of year.

Limited assistant supervisory positions for qualified applicants with site recordation and GPS operation experience may be available. There is also an ongoing Phase III mitigation project in Miami which needs additional staff.

Pay ranges from $16 to $18/hour based on training and experience. Hotel (single occupancy), and $40 per day diem (no receipt documentation required) provided. Transportation to/from the job location may be provided, depending on location. Mileage reimbursement will be provided if personal vehicles are needed. Weekend hotel stays will be considered for reasonable requests.

More information and how to apply is available here.

NASA Glenn Research Center | GS-13 CRM

NASA Glenn Research Center (GRC) in Cleveland, Ohio is hiring a GS-13 CRM with a focus on architectural history. The salary range is $98,474 – $128,015 per year. The application period is open from May 5 – May 9.

More information and how to apply is available here.

ASC Group, Inc. | Architectural Historian

THE COMPANY

Established in 1986, ASC Group, Inc., is a woman-owned cultural and environmental resources consulting company with a reputation for professionalism and expertise. The company specializes in archaeology, architectural history, ecology, and environmental services and has offices located throughout the Midwest, including Ohio, Pennsylvania, and Indiana. Our passion is to discover and share our unique cultural and natural environment.

We are seeking a motivated and highly-skilled individual to join our Indiana team as a full-time Architectural Historian, reporting to the Indiana Regional Manager and working in our Indianapolis office. This person will evaluate the eligibility of historic buildings for listing in the National Register of Historic Places for Section 106 compliance and Section 4(f) documentation. The right person will enjoy:

  • Competitive compensation
  • A collaborative team and excellent work environment
  • A professional network that extends throughout the Midwest
  • Opportunity to work with established and upcoming industry professionals
  • Training and professional development opportunities

THE PERSON

The ideal candidate will have a Master’s or Bachelor’s degree in Architectural History, Historic Preservation, Art History, or a closely related field. Candidates must also have a minimum of 3 years’ experience in cultural resource management with an emphasis on Section 106 regulations and compliance, determinations of eligibility for the National Register of Historic Places, and Section 4(f) documentation. Excellent written and oral communication skills are critical, as is attention to detail. The ability to work as a team member in a fast paced, collaborative environment is important.

Our desired, well-rounded candidate will serve as a subject matter expert on Architectural History for the Indianapolis team. Other job duties will include performing literature review and record checks, researching archival/historical documents, and conducting field work based on contracted projects. This position will complete Historic Property Reports, Determination of Effect Evaluations, Section 4(f) documents, and filing of Historic Architectural Building Survey (HABS) documents at the Federal and State level.  Hybrid remote work is available after 90 days, but the position will require weekly attendance at the Indianapolis office. Field work may include overnight travel within Indiana and neighboring states. Candidates must meet the Secretary of the Interior’s Professional Qualifications (36 CFR 61) for Architectural History.

If you’re interested in joining our team, we’d love to talk to you. Please submit your résumé and a cover letter to HR@ascgroup.net.

Candidates must be legally authorized to work in the United States without sponsorship and must be able to provide proof of COVID-19 vaccination. This position is physically located in Indiana. ASC is an equal employment opportunity employer.

Dovetail Cultural Resource Group | Architectural Historian

Dovetail Cultural Resource Group (Dovetail) is a woman-owned cultural resource management firm headquartered in Fredericksburg, Virginia, with an office in Wilmington, Delaware, serving the greater Mid-
Atlantic region. We strive to foster an atmosphere of thorough communication and diligent research, empowering staff relationships with each other, our clients, and our preservation partners to best assist our clients in navigating the cultural resource compliance process and achieving their preservation goals.

Dovetail is currently accepting applications for a full-time Architectural Historian in our Fredericksburg, Virginia office. Primary responsibilities of this position center on the day-to-day management and performance of small- to large-scale projects. The ideal candidate should be detail-oriented and well-organized, with strong analytical and communication skills. Salary will be commensurate with experience. The salary range for this position is $45,000-$70,000, dependent upon experience, and the position is eligible for performance-based bonuses. Benefits include paid vacation, sick leave, and holidays; group medical and dental insurance; 401k plan with matching; and an annual professional development stipend.

More information and how to apply is available here.

Swift River Environmental Services, LLC | Archaeologist

Swift River Environmental Services, LLC, has an immediate need for ONE Archaeologist to support the U.S. Army’s Environmental Program at Fort Huachuca, in southeastern Arizona. This full-time term position will fulfill Swift River’s contract through January 2026. We are seeking a candidate that can commit to this location throughout the period of the contract.

Per Swift River’s contract with U. S. Army, Fort Huachuca, the person filling this position shall hold, at a minimum, a Bachelor’s degree in Anthropology with a focus on Archaeology, plus two years of technical report writing experience. The candidate shall have professional experience at Crew Chief or Field Director level, at minimum, and apply knowledge, expertise, and skills in relevant historic preservation laws, regulations, and the Section 106 and 110 compliance process as they apply to undertakings and management of historic properties; archaeological field methods, including GPS use; oral and written communication (including demonstrated experience in professional compliance report writing); and computer data, word processing, and geospatial software, specifically the Microsoft Office suite (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Access, Outlook), and ArcGIS.

Primary Responsibilities and Requirements: Providing support to the Government CRM as directed : Conducting archival research and fieldwork to inventory, evaluate, and document archaeological sites and isolated occurrences within the confines of the Army Garrison. Fieldwork will generally consist of small-scale pedestrian surveys; site and isolated documentation or assessment; archaeological monitoring, conducting site condition assessments, and occasional subsurface shovel testing or excavations, and monitoring and assessing archaeological sites during construction. Office work includes conducting archival research by locating and examining historical records, maps, and documents as required to assess previous research in the project area. Preparing post-fieldwork documentation, including professional quality survey and assessment reports with project results and site evaluations; site forms; prehistoric and historic artifact analysis; photographic documentation; field records; and Arizona State Museum (ASM) project and site number registration forms. Updating existing site databases and archive files to facilitate access to documentation on archaeological sites, traditional cultural properties, and sacred sites. This includes updating and maintaining archaeological site data, areas surveyed, and disturbed and “cleared” areas in the Fort Huachuca (FH) GIS system. Also will assist in the review of Army undertakings that may affect archaeological sites and making recommendations to avoid or minimize adverse effects to historic properties (this includes Dig Permits; Work Orders; NEPA RECs,
Salary compensation and benefits will be commensurate with level of experience and education (range $40,000 to $50,000).

Please send resumes to ronda.dorio@tumeq.com and paula.pflepsen@swiftriveres.com

Gray & Pape, Inc. | Senior Principal Investigator – History/Architectural History

Gray & Pape, a national and international cultural heritage management (CRM) firm, is seeking a Senior Principal Investigator – History/Architectural History to join our History Architecture practice and support our successful transportation group in our Indianapolis, Indiana office. Expected salary range for this role is $65,000-$80,000. This role is full time, regular status, exempt position, but part time employment is also a possibility. Gray & Pape offers a hybrid work environment with built in flexibility for days in the office.

More information and how to apply is available here.

American Conservation Experience | Traditional Trades Advancement Program & Indian Youth Service Corps

American Conservation Experience (ACE), a nonprofit Conservation Corps, in partnership with the National Park Service (NPS) is seeking members to join the cohort for their 2022 Traditional Trades Advancement Program (TTAP), as well as their Indian Youth Service Corps (IYSC). The TTAP (and IYSC) program is a great entry-level position for people to gain experience in the field of historic preservation with the National Park Service. No experience necessary!

The link to each of the full position descriptions, as well as to their external application pages are below:

Commonwealth Heritage Group, Inc. | Project Archaeologist

Commonwealth is seeking qualified applicants to fill additional project archaeologist positions in our Tarboro,
North Carolina office, working full-time. Primary responsibilities include: leading and supervising field staff;
recording archaeological sites through survey; intensive excavations for site evaluations; monitoring fieldwork
quality and reviewing paperwork/notes; conducting background research required for assessments; technical
report preparation; adhering to established budgets and schedules; maintaining appropriate professional
standards of quality and technical proficiency; positively interacting with team members to meet deadlines;
contributing to research and writing for proposal development; and other duties as may be required. This is a
travel and fieldwork-heavy position and traveling for non-local projects is necessary. We seek a candidate who
wishes to grow within the company. Pay is dependent on experience, starts at $21/hr.

More information and how to apply is available here.

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