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🔗Historian/Architectural Historian: Environmental Manager (EM) 2

  • Full Time
  • Indianapolis, IN
  • $53,222.00. Salary for this position may be commensurate with education and job experience. USD / Year
  • Applications have closed
  • Department: Environmental Services Division/Cultural Resources Office (CRO)
  • Job Reference #: 001LS2
  • Job Qualifications:
    • Must meet Secretary of Interior’s Professional Qualification Standards as per 36 CFR Part 61;
    • Graduate degree in history, architectural history, historic preservation, public history, or closely related field, with coursework in American architectural history;
    • Specialization and substantial experience in Indiana/Midwestern history and historical architecture, including fieldwork, analysis and reporting;
    • Familiarity with state and federal preservation and environmental laws;
    • Ability to research and write accurate, precise, clear and thorough reports;
    • Knowledge of the agency mission, programs, and administrative policies;
    • Ability to effectively interact and orally communicate with parties of diverse levels of cultural resources knowledge/experience;
    • Ability to develop and define procedures and to accomplish objectives within the appropriate and established deadlines;
    • Ability to conceptualize and initiate studies, formulate ideas, develop alternatives, and make decisions and recommendations based on knowledge of legal guidelines, INDOT policy, and cultural resources;
    • Ability to formulate sound recommendations and make appropriate decisions with consideration of the potential impact on operations;
    • Ability to analyze cultural resource data and to prepare cultural resource reports;
    • Ability to perform in a professional manner and make sound recommendations;
    • Problem-solving and analytical skills;
    • Ability to conduct research, draw logical conclusions, prepare technical reports, and make recommendations;
    • Valid Indiana drivers license
  • How to Apply:

  • Job benefits: The State of Indiana offers a comprehensive benefit package for full-time employees which includes: Three (3) medical plan options (including RX coverage) as well as vision and dental plans; Wellness program (offers premium discount for the medical plan and gift cards); Health savings account, which includes bi-weekly state contribution; Flexible work scheduling options, including the potential for hybrid remote work for employees whose work may be performed outside state facilities; Deferred compensation 457B account (similar to 401k plan) with employer match; Two (2) fully-funded pension plan options; A robust, comprehensive program of leave policies covering a variety of employee needs, including but not limited to: 150 hours of paid new parent leave; Up to 15 hours of paid community service leave; Combined 180 hours of paid vacation, personal, and sick leave time off; 12 paid holidays, with 14 paid holidays during election years; Education Reimbursement Program; Goup life insurance; Referral Bonus p
  • Contact Name: Matthew S. Coon

Website Indiana Department of Transportation (INDOT)

A successful candidate for this position must meet–or be soon able to meet–the Secretary of the Interior’s Professional Qualification Standards as per 36 CFR Part 61.

As a Qualified Professional–and in compliance state and federal requirements including Indiana Code (IC) 14-21-1, Section 106 of the National Historic Preservation Act (NHPA), Section 4(f) of the Department of Transportation Act, and the National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA)–the EM2 historian/architectural historian surveys and evaluates historic properties, prepares historic documentation, and produces professional reports in order to determine the impact of proposed transportation projects on cultural resources. The EM2 historian/architectural historian also reviews and evaluates historic/architecture reports and environmental review documents prepared by outside consulting firms and/or departmental district environmental staff in order to ensure compliance with the referenced federal and state requirements.

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