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🔗Architectural Historian

  • Full Time
  • Boise, ID
  • 40.00 USD / Hour
  • Applications have closed
  • Job Summary: Bionomics Environmental, Inc. is currently looking to hire a full time Architectural Historian to serve as a Principal Investigator to support the continued growth and development of our projects in Idaho.
  • Job Qualifications:

    See job description

  • How to Apply:

    Please respond with a cover letter and resume to the email address included with this listing.

  • Job benefits: Bionomics offers the following optional benefits: Medical, Financial Benefits, Health Savings Account, 401K, Employee Stock Purchase Plan, sick leave and vacation and bonuses
  • Physical Demands / Work Environment: Field work and travel within the State of Idaho required
  • Application Email:
  • Application Address: Bionomics Environmental, Inc. 1045 East Winding Creek Eagle ID 83616

Website Bionomics Environmental, Inc.

Bionomics Environmental has provided services in environmental and cultural resource consulting for almost 30 years in the Intermountain area. We retain specialized, highly trained staff who are dedicated to fulfilling each client’s project requirements. Bionomics Environmental is registered as a Disadvantaged Business Enterprise (DBE) and a Minority Business Enterprise (MBE) in the state of Idaho and continues to excel in environmental and cultural resource consulting.

Minimum Qualification for this position:

Applicants must meet the Secretary of the Interior’s Professional Qualification Standards (36CFR61) for one of the following:  Historic Preservation or Architectural History. To meet these standards, applicants must have:
A Graduate degree in architectural history, art history, historic preservation, or closely related field, with coursework in American architectural history;
OR a Bachelor’s degree in architectural history, art history, historic preservation, or closely related field PLUS one of the following:
(1) At least two years of full-time experience in research, writing, or teaching in American architectural history or restoration architecture with an academic institution, historical organization or agency, museum, or other professional institution;

(2) Substantial contribution through research and publication to the body of scholarly knowledge in the field of American architectural history.
Good knowledge of federal historic preservation laws, Section 106 regulations (36 CFR 800), and policies
Experience in conducting architectural historic and historic site survey and evaluating significance and eligibility for the National Register of Historic Places
Experience writing and interpreting technical documents
The candidate must be able to qualify as a Principal Investigator with the Idaho Transportation Department to be listed as a Principal Investigator on certain agency project specific permits.
Must possess a valid driver’s license with a clean driving record without restrictions.
Desired Qualifications for this position

The following qualifications are not required but are desired for this position:

Good knowledge of architectural history, historic preservation, and history of the Western United States
Good knowledge of the archaeology of the Western United States
Excellent oral and written communication skills.
Demonstrated leadership abilities including providing guidance and oversight to field and office staff.
Demonstrated experience managing all types of cultural resources projects, including preparing budgets, keeping projects within budget and on schedule, and consulting with clients and agencies.
Candidates must be able to lift 35-lbs and, when needed, work in open terrain outdoors regardless of weather conditions.The selected person will act as a Principal Investigator engaging in and overseeing a wide range of cultural resource related activities including, but not limited to –


Overseeing agency and client coordination.
Client assistance.
Managing field projects.
Managing technical report development.
Supervision and coordination of technical crew members, including field directors and crew chiefs, to complete assigned tasks will also be required.
Travel, when required, will be to support staff as needed and do field checks depending on project location and scale.
Additional travel can be required to support business and professional development.

Potential projects include, but are not limited to:

Historic property inventory
National Register evaluation,
Section 106 reporting
Mitigation projects (e.g., National Register nominations, survey, interpretation, etc.)

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