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🔗Project Architectural Historian

  • Full Time
  • Baltimore, MD
  • $75,000 - $85,000 USD / Year
  • Applications have closed
  • Job Qualifications:

    Required Skills and Experience:

    • Degree in Historic Preservation, Architectural History, or closely related field
    • Five (5) years of demonstrable experience in cultural resource management
    • Ability to travel to various project locations in the Mid-Atlantic and Southeast
    • Section 106 consultation, as well as in writing architectural descriptions, conducting contextual and site-specific research, taking digital photos, and completing SHPO survey and evaluation forms.
    • Understanding of Section 106
    • Understanding of how to apply the National Register Criteria for Evaluation
    • Robust research, technical writing, critical thinking, and communication skills
    • Fluent in Microsoft Office/Office 365 applications
  • How to Apply:

    Please apply on our website using the link provided.

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Website RK&K

RK&K is a full-service planning, engineering, environmental, and construction management/inspection firm serving a wide range of clients Nationwide. Fueled by a talented and diversified staff of more than 1,500 in 26 offices. What sets RK&K apart is an award-winning culture that has fostered a spirit of collaboration and trust for over 100 years.

As an architectural historian, you will work closely with other architectural historians under the supervision of an architectural historian technical manager to undertake project planning, fieldwork, archival research, historic context development, architectural property documentation and evaluation, completion of SHPO survey forms, Section 106 consultation, effects assessments, and report writing. You may also work in larger teams with firm professionals, including, but not limited to, archaeologists, environmental planners, and engineers. Project work will be completed for public and private clients and generally be associated with Section 106 and National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) compliance. Other work may include National Register nominations, HABS/HAER written documentation, developing educational materials, and other cultural resource work as assigned. This position will require occasional fieldwork throughout the Mid-Atlantic and Southeast regions with primary field assignments expected in Maryland, Virginia, Tennessee, North Carolina, and West Virginia.