Topic ID #35029 - posted 2/21/2015 12:22 AM

Cultural Resources Project Manager - various locations, CA



Jennifer Palmer

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Cultural Resources Project Manager
Job Tracking ID:  512171-488517
Location:   San Luis Obispo, CA | Ventura, Carlsbad, Oakland, Monterey, Riverside, Fresno, Sacramento 
Job Type:  Full-Time/Regular
Date Updated:  February 19, 2015
Type of Degree: BA,BS,MA
 
Job Description:
Rincon Consultants, Inc. is a highly qualified professional consulting firm comprised of environmental scientists, geologists, biologists, planners, soil scientists, wetland scientists, GIS professionals, LEED accredited professionals, and visual information specialists. We provide a wide range of services in environmental impact assessment, urban planning, soil and groudwater assessment & remediation, and biological resources. Focusing on California's unique and challenging regulatory and policy environment.
 
We have an immediate opening and excellent professional growth opportunity for a Cultural Resources Project Manager in our Ventura, San Luis Obispo, Monterey, Fresno, Riverside, Carlsbad, Sacramento, or Oakland offices.
 
Recognized as a 'Best Places to Work' in 2009, we invest in our employees through competitive salaries, benefits and incentive programs designed to further the professional development of each employee in line with the firm's business goals and needs.
Experience and Skills:
 
Rincon Consultants, Inc. is a multi-disciplinary environmental science, planning, and engineering consulting firm with offices in Ventura, Carlsbad, San Luis Obispo, Monterey, Riverside, Oakland, Sacramento, and Fresno, California. Rincon was founded in 1994 and is currently staffed by more than 90 archaeologists, paleontologists, botanists, wildlife biologists, wetland scientists, restoration ecologists, arborists, professional planners, environmental scientists, and geologists.In addition to our broad range of services and staff qualifications; one of our key strengths is our active involvement in projects from "inception-to-implementation."
 
We are seeking a Cultural Resources Project Manager to join the Rincon Team at one of our eight California offices, San Luis Obispo being most preferred but all locations will be considered. The successful candidate must have experience leading and managing cultural resource studies, analyzing impacts to cultural resources, providing site eligibility assessments, and preparing cultural resources sections to EIR/EISs. Experience with Section 106 and CEQA regulations and guidelines is a must. The candidate must be a team player and be able to support cultural resource and multi-disciplinary projects throughout California. The candidate will oversee and perform all aspects of cultural resources projects and related tasks including field research and database searches, data collection and analysis, regulatory agency and tribal consultations, preparation of technical reports and management/mitigation plans, and personnel supervision and client interactions.
 
Essential duties and responsibilities include:
 
* Identify potential impacts to cultural resources and coordinate projects with various internal project managers and external clients.
* Develop and implement testing strategies for cultural resource studies.
* Author technical reports detailing the methods and results of cultural studies.
* Assist with the development of business plans and marketing efforts including preparation of technical and cost proposals.
* Working on and prioritizing a variety of technical assignments and completing work satisfactorily within schedule and budget constraints.
 
Qualifications
 
The ideal candidate will have a Masters Degree in Archeology, Anthropology, or closely related field; at least 3 years of experience in project management; a strong understanding of the pre-contact and historic period in California; a verifiable record of authoring technical reports accepted by reviewing agencies; and listing on the Register of Professional Archaeologists is preferred.
 
The candidate must have the ability to communicate, both verbally and through technical writing, in a clear and effective manner that is thorough and easily understood by clients, co-workers, regulators, and the general public. Candidate must be able and available to travel and possess a valid drivers license in good standing.
 
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