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🔗Architectural Historian

  • Full Time
  • CA, USA (Remote)
  • $70,000 to $75,000 est. starting USD / Year
  • Department: Cultural Resources
  • Job Summary: Trileaf is actively looking for California-experienced and SOI-qualified candidates for a full-time, staff-level, architectural historian position. This will be a fully remote position. Some travel (25%) within the State of California will be needed.
  • Job Qualifications:

    Must meet or exceed the professional qualifications standards for Architectural History as outlined in 36CFR61

  • How to Apply:

    Please submit your resume to j.lybarger@trileaf.com

     

  • Job benefits: 401k with Trileaf matching, Health insurance provided by Trileaf (free of charge for employee), Life & disability (short and long term) insurance provided by Trileaf, Dental and vision plans (buy in), 3 weeks of PTO per year (accrual)
  • Contact Name: Jane Lybarger
  • Application Email: j.lybarger@trileaf.com

Website Trileaf Corporation

Trileaf Corporation is a nationwide environmental, architecture, and engineering consulting firm that aids clients with environmental due diligence, regulatory compliance, as well as engineering & architectural design. Trileaf serves the wireless communications, commercial real estate, financial, and petroleum industries from its headquarters in St. Louis, MO, and multiple branch offices throughout the U.S.

Familiarity with CEQA, NEPA, and Section 106 of the NHPA as related to the built environment/historic properties in California.

Valid Driver License

Ability and willingness to travel (travel not expected to exceed 2-3 days at a time)

Collaboration and communication with regional archaeologists and California Historic Preservation Office (HPO) personnel

Writing property descriptions, historical narratives, and National Register of Historic Places eligibility assessments

Project effect evaluations per Section 106 of the NHPA

Familiarity with the California Built Environment Resources Directory (BERD), Historical Resources Information System (CHRIS), and submittal of research requests to CHRIS Information Centers (IC)

Familiarity with the completion of CA DPR 523 forms

Travel/Fieldwork to survey, photograph, and document a variety of resource types throughout California

Developing mitigation options and writing MOA’s

Familiarity with the Nationwide Programmatic Agreement for Review of Effects on Historic Properties for Certain Undertakings Approved by the Federal Communications Commission (NPA) and FCC Forms 620/621 is highly desirable.

Proficiency with Microsoft Office is required.

Preferred skills: Microsoft Office, Microsoft Outlook, AdobePro, mapping/GIS experience

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