🔗Senior Architectural Historian
Mulberry Talent Partners
Mulberry Talent Partners is the hired recruiting firm for a cultural resources consulting firm in the greater Portland, OR area. They have projects in Washington and Oregon.
Mulberry Talent Partners has joined with our client, a company located in Portland, OR, to identify an Architectural Historian. This is a hybrid, full-time, direct hire role. In this role you will be responsible for interfacing with public and private sector clients to determine appropriate strategies for documenting and evaluating historic built environment resources based on applicable laws and regulations. You would develop scopes of work and cost estimates, assign the most appropriate architectural historians for the job, oversee the successful completion of projects through agency review. In this position you would have opportunities to assist with field surveys, complete built environment documentation, and write technical reports. You will report directly to the Senior Architectural Historian. The ideal candidate is a team player, upbeat, positive, professional, and respectful.
· Familiarity with Section 4(f) of the US Department of Transportation Act, Washington’s State Environmental Policy Act, Washington Executive Order 21-02, and Oregon Revised Statue (ORS) 358.653
· Knowledge of documentation and reporting requirements of the Oregon State Historic Preservation Office, the Washington State Department of Archaeology and Historic Preservation, and the Oregon Department of Transportation
· Understanding of field documentation methodology, including use of digital data and collection methods
· Experience preparing agreement documents (MOA, MOU, etc.) and completing mitigation for adverse effects on historic properties
· Prior work experience involving managerial tasks and responsibility for QA/QC of data collection and reporting
· Demonstratable technical writing ability and experience editing the work of others
· Experience in marketing architectural history services and preparing proposals
– Master’s Degree in Architectural History, Historic Preservation, Public History, Architecture, or a related field.
– Meet the Secretary of the Interior’s Professional Qualifications Standards for Architectural History
– Familiarity with Section 106 of the National Historic Preservation Act
– 5-10 years of experience producing and/or overseeing documentation of the historic built environment, ideally for compliance review
Compensation Rate: $93,000 – $114,000 annually, medical/dental and vision insurance, PTO as well as relocation reimbursement, if needed