🔗Entry-Level Architectural Historian
Website Environmental Science Associates
What You Will Do for ESA
As part of a growing group of architectural historians within ESA’s Cultural Resources Group, you will support a wide range of interesting architectural history projects including being part of interdisciplinary teams working on projects in our Water, Energy, Community Development, Transportation and Airports practices. Architectural Historians support a variety of project types including Historic Resource Evaluations/Assessments, Historic Context Statements, Historic Resource Surveys, Project Impact Analyses, Historic American Building Survey (HABS) projects, Cultural Resource chapters of CEQA Environmental Impact Reports, NHPA Section 106 Consultation services, and architectural design/entitlements consultation.
Tasks will include archival research using primary and secondary sources; historic resources surveys; documentation of resources on California Department of Parks and Recreation 523 Series Forms; preparation of historic resources assessments and evaluation reports, as well as other documentation; and contributions to environmental documents (EIS/EIRs, EA/MNDs, etc.). You’ll gain experience working on an interesting variety of projects within a dynamic historic preservation practice and you’ll have a meaningful impact on historic places in Southern California and beyond.
Apply critical thinking and problem solving to apply standard techniques, methods and procedures for a wide range of research projects.
Support the completion of project tasks including delivering specific components of a project’s scope on time and within budget under a Project Manager’s supervision.
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