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🔗Architectural Historian

  • Full Time
  • Part Time
  • Maryland, Virginia, DC (Remote)
  • $50-70k depending on experience USD / Year
  • Applications have closed
  • Department: Cultural Resources Program
  • Job Summary: The position will entail building surveys, historic landscape surveys, historic context writing, evaluations for the NRHP, technical guidelines for repairs and maintenance, design guidelines, preparing interpretative materials, and NEPA analysis.
  • Job Qualifications:

    Qualification Requirements:

    • Master’s degree in historic preservation (or similar field).

    • 5-8 years of experience as an Architectural Historian

    • Experience in surveying, research, and historic context writing.

    • Knowledge of architectural styles, materials, and structural terminology.

    • Understanding of the NRHP.

    • Possess a high level of organization, attention to detail, and excellent writing skills.

    • Excellent oral and written communication skills, including the demonstrated ability to prepare concise papers and studies, and to develop briefing slides and other decision-support materials.

  • How to Apply:

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    Follow all instructions and directions provided on the Company’s employment page. Submit a cover letter, resume, a minimum of 3 professional and/or academic references, and a writing sample.

Marstel-Day, LLC


• Fieldwork to survey a variety of resource types.

• In-person and online archival research.

• Documenting historic resources.

• Writing property descriptions, historical narratives, significance statements, and NRHP evaluations.

• Preparing SHPO inventory forms.

• Section 106 effect evaluations and preparation of consultation letters to SHPOs and tribes.

• Technical report writing.

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