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🔗Architectural Historian/Historic Preservationist

  • Full Time
  • Tacoma, WA
  • 60,000-70,000 USD / Year
  • Applications have closed
  • February 28, 2023
  • Job Summary: The Architectural/Preservation Historian will provide a broad range of support for the Cultural Resources Management Program at Joint Base Lewis McChord.
  • Job Qualifications:

    Bachelor’s Degree in Architecture, History, Anthropology or related field and a minimum of two (2) years of experience or Master’s/Advanced Degree. Desk Research experience a plus.
    Working knowledge of the Section 106 Process, Sec of Interior Standards and Guidelines, the National Historic Preservation Act and other applicable laws and regulations.
    Experience with WISSARD a plus.
    Experience with MS Windows OS and Office software including Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Outlook and Geospatial software (e.g., ArcGIS).
    Excellent time management skills, and the ability to work independently and meet strict government and regulatory reporting requirements.

    A valid state driver’s license and the ability to pass a government background investigation.
    Must be able to pass a pre-employment drug screening.

  • How to Apply:

    Please submit your resume and salary requirement to the hiring manager, Tannis Danley at tdanley@solsolutions.net

    Sol Solutions, LLC. Sol Solutions, LLC is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

  • Job benefits: Medical/Dental/Vision, 401k match, paid leave
  • Physical Demands / Work Environment: Physical ability to conduct day-long inspections and sampling walking across varying terrain and under differing weather conditions as needed to conduct building/site assessments, etc.
  • Contact Name: Tannis Danley
  • Application Email: tadanley@solsolutions.net
  • Application Phone #: 17065271001

Website Sol Solutions

Sol Solutions, LLC is a small, veteran owned business that employs engineers, scientists, and environmental specialists with an array of expertise, interests, and experience to enable our clients to successfully execute their environmental programs. Our multi-disciplinary team of technical professionals are equipped to provide comprehensive environmental compliance and regulatory support to clients with a broad range of environmental requirements.

This position is focused on the management of historic built environment including significant buildings, structures, landscapes and view sheds, historic districts, monuments, and memorials. JBLM manages three (3) separate historic districts, over 3,000 historic properties, historic landscapes, and view sheds. Occasional support to staff archeologist may be required on a limited, as needed basis.

Duties include but are not limited to:

Conducting building condition assessments.
Reviewing projects and contracts for impacts to historic structures, landscapes, and view sheds.
Providing technical assistance and document review for the preparation of Section 106 and related NEPA compliance.
Supporting eligibility reviews and make treatment recommendation’s IAW Sec. of Interior Standards and Guidelines.
Conducting field and archival research to inventory, evaluate, and document historic properties.
Developing and maintaining building-by-building administrative record and archive files to facilitate access to documentation on historic properties.
Maintaining and updating the SHPO Annual Log database of JBLM historic buildings and ensure historic properties are identified as such in the Installation Facilities System (IFS).
Maintaining weekly internal trackers and updating the client’s dashboard to support CRM during internal Division meetings.
Facilitating compliance with the NHPA and its implementing regulations (36 CFR 800).

 

 

 



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