Topic ID #34721 - posted 2/3/2015 1:57 AM

Architectural Historian - Burlington, NJ



Jennifer Palmer

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Requisition Number:    IE99468
Interest Category:    Engineering
Interest Sub Category:    Architectural/ Design Services
Job Title :    Architectural Historian
Employment Category/Status:    full-time
Type of Position:    Regular Hire
Country:    U.S.
State:    New Jersey
City:    Burlington
Minimum Requirements:    •    Bachelor's degree in architectural history, history, historic preservation, american studies, or related discipline with architectural history or historic preservation concentration or equivalent demonstrated abilities and / or experience
•    Minimum four years experience in architectural history, architectural restoration, or historic preservation
•    Master's degree in architectural history, history, historic preservation, american studies, or related discipline; with architectural history or historic preservation concentration can substitute for up to two years of work experience
•    Research and writing skills
•    Knowledge of Federal government and mid-Atlantic state regulations pertaining to cultural resources 
•    Proficiency in Microsoft Word, Excel, and PowerPoint
•    Valid driver's license for occasional travel
•    Qualified applicants who are offered a position must pass a pre-employment substance abuse test
Job Description:    The Archaeology and Historic Architecture department of AECOM is actively seeking a creative, highly talented Architectural Historian for immediate employment in the Burlington, NJ office. The appropriately qualified applicant will be able to demonstrate an established career in architectural history. The incumbent can look forward to projects including intensive level and reconnaissance level above ground surveys, HABS/HAER recordation, MOA drafting, and National Register nominations.
Incumbent Responsibilities:
•    Conduct field surveys to identify historic architectural resources
•    Conduct extensive archival research using primary resources such as atlases, census records, and deeds
•    Document historic resources using state-required survey forms
•    Report writing
•    Consult with state agencies 
•    Draft MOA's National Register nominations, Determinations of Eligibility, Determinations of Effect
The responsibilities of this position include, but are not limited to, those listed above.

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