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🔗Senior Architectural Historian

  • Full Time
  • Evansville, IN (remote work optional)
  • Applications have closed
  • Salary ($): $65,000 - $75,000
  • Job Qualifications:

    See the job description.

  • How to Apply:

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    Cultural Resource Analysts, Inc. employees are required to undergo a background check that includes driving history. And, CRA reserves the right to perform drug/alcohol testing as a condition of continued employment. Cultural Resource Analysts, Inc. is an equal opportunity employer.

Website Cultural Resource Analysts, Inc.

For the past three decades, CRA has been recognized as one of the most respected full-service cultural resource consulting firms in the United States. Headquartered in Lexington, Kentucky, CRA has offices located throughout the United States ready to meet the cultural resource management needs of both public and private sector clients. A Certified Small Business, our mission is to meet the client’s needs in the delivery of appropriate, high-quality, cost-effective consulting services in the study of archaeology and the historic built environment. CRA’s accomplishments are directly attributable to our core values: excellent service, respecting all people, building strong relationships, honesty, integrity, supporting our employees, and entrepreneurial spirit. With offices in IN, KY, LA, TN, VA, WV, and WY, CRA provides CRM services to clients throughout the United States and internationally. CRA is an equal opportunity employer.

Cultural Resource Analysts, Inc. seeks a senior-level Architectural Historian to work out of our Evansville, Indiana office. Applicants with a desire to work remotely will be considered, but they must live in the region (IN, IL, KY, or MO preferred) with the ability to easily visit the Evansville office and perform fieldwork throughout the region. The successful candidate must:

·         Possess a Master’s degree in historic preservation, architectural history, history, or related field;

·         Meet the Secretary of the Interior’s Professional Qualifications in Architectural History;

·         Demonstrate at least eight years of relevant experience;

·         Work well independently and as a team member;

·         Have excellent technical writing skills;

·         Have experience managing projects, supervising staff, and providing technical review of reports;

·         Be able to help establish and work within project budgets and schedules; and

·         Have the flexibility to travel overnight for projects.

Applicants should have an understanding of the National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) and National Historic Preservation Act (NHPA), as well as applicable Section 106 regulations. Previous experience with some or all of the following is required: architectural resource surveys, Section 106 compliance, National Register of Historic Places nominations, HABS/HAER documentation, design guidelines, historic structure reports, and/or preservation planning. Previous experience with transportation (especially INDOT) and renewable energy projects is a plus. Experience researching and designing interpretive materials such as signage and brochures also is desirable.

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