🔗Entry-Level Cultural Resource Specialist
Website Mead & Hunt
Nationwide Firm with Roots in Renewable Energy: Mead & Hunt is a national, full-service architectural, engineering, planning, and construction firm that has been serving our clients for well over a century. The firm was established by hydroelectric and hydraulic engineer Daniel Mead in 1900. Since its founding, Mead & Hunt has grown significantly in size and diversity. The growth of the company has mirrored the changing markets of the country—as infrastructure needs expanded, so did we. Today, the firm provides services nationwide and employs approximately 1,200 people.
Mead & Hunt, Inc., is looking for a talented, collaborative, and motivated individuals, including recent or upcoming 2023 graduates, to join our nationally recognized team of architectural historians and begin building a dynamic career in cultural resource consulting. This exciting opportunity allows for professional growth through challenging and rewarding projects for a variety of state and federal agencies nationwide and a team of knowledgeable and fun colleagues to learn from and support you. Mead & Hunt has a strong and thriving people-focused culture that values diversity, inclusion, and connection. We offer competitive pay based on experience and a variety of valuable benefits, such as a retirement plan (401(k)) with employer match, health insurance, disability insurance, opportunities for bonuses, paid vacation and sick time, paid time for community service projects, support for technical training and professional growth through conferences and networking opportunities, both internally and externally, an Employee Assistance Program that provides our team with resources and support in situations that may come up in their personal lives, and much more.
Responsibilities for this position include identifying, documenting and evaluating a variety of historic resources; conducting research and field surveys, including photography of resources; preparing reports, including historic contexts, property descriptions, inventory forms, and National Register evaluations; and working with clients and project managers on Section 106 compliance, various cultural resource projects, and mitigation. Travel and a valid driver’s license are required for this position. This position will be based in a Mead & Hunt office (Minneapolis, MN; Madison, WI) to facilitate team collaboration and mentoring but there is opportunity for some amount of remote work.