Topic ID #34429 - posted 1/14/2015 3:08 AM

Cultural Resource Specialist - New Mexico/Texas



Jennifer Palmer

Webmaster
Description
 
Cultural Resource Specialist - CES00000057
 
Summary
 
Tetra Tech, a leader in consulting, engineering, environmental science and technical services worldwide has a challenging opportunity for a highly motivated professional in our growing Technical Support Services Division. We are a diverse company, embracing talented individuals with expertise in science, research, engineering, construction, and information technology. Our strength lies in collectively teaming together to provide integrated services delivering the best solutions to meet our clients' needs.
Tetra Tech, Inc. is currently seeking a New Mexico (Carlsbad District) permitted Principal Investigator level archaeologist for full-time employment for archaeological investigations in southeastern New Mexico and western Texas. The selected candidate likely will sit in our Midland, Texas office and work closely with our Golden, Colorado office. This individual will be joining a thriving cultural practice focused on environmental projects in the energy sector (oil and gas, solar, wind, transmission lines, etc.).
 
 
 
Qualifications
 
EDUCATION, EXPERIENCE AND QUALIFICATIONS:
 
·         Must possess a MA, MS, or PhD in Archaeology, Anthropology, or a closely related field and have been approved by the BLM as a PI permitted in southeastern New Mexico.
·         Have at least 5-10 years of experience in CRM, 3-5 years of supervisory experience on archeological projects and be proficient in ArcGIS 9 or 10.
·         Must meet the New Mexico Administrative Code Qualification for Archaeological, 4.10.8.10.
·         Have strong writing skills, and be able to complete cultural resource documents and reports in a timely manner.
Other Desirable Qualifications Include:
·         Meet the definition of a Principal Investigator in the Texas Administrative Code (Title 13, Part2, Chapter 26, Rule 26.5). 
·         Have familiarity with the Antiquities Code of Texas, the National Historic Preservation Act and requirements of other Federal regulatory agencies such as the BLM, USFS, USACE, DOE, EPA, FERC, etc.
·         Be business development oriented.
·         Have experience with the Oil & Gas industry.
·         Have project and staff management experience.
·         Have proposal experience.
·         Have project scoping and cost estimating experience.
·         Have experience managing field crews on surveys, testing, and data recovery projects, and experience with linear projects.
·         Have experience writing sections for NEPA and other permitting processes.
·         Possess the ability to interact in a positive and professional manner with clients and maintain strong working relationships with regulatory agencies, particularly SHPO, BLM, and FERC.

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