Topic ID #36271 - posted 10/21/2015 2:19 PM

Cultural Resources Project Manager: Tulsa, OK


ENERCON Services is a dynamic employee-owned Environmental and Engineering Services Company with a current need for a Cultural Resources Project Manager to expand our growing reputation in archaeological consulting and cultural resource management. Our local team is made up of professionals in natural and cultural resource management, regulatory compliance, geosciences, remediation, industrial hygiene, and due diligence.  This is a regular, full-time, salaried position located in the Tulsa, Oklahoma office and will report to the Cultural Resources Program Manager.

Since 1983, ENERCON has been built an international reputation for providing clients with excellence, integrity, and creative, solutions-oriented science. As an employee owned and managed company, at ENERCON you have the opportunity to personally benefit in consistent company growth, while at the same time growing your career. We employee over 1,600 staff nationally and internationally. ENERCON is in the top 200 firms for Environmental as listed by Engineering News. Our Tulsa office provides a team-oriented, inter-disciplinary work environment, competitive salaries, and a comprehensive benefits package including stock ownership and quarterly gainshare programs. Want more reasons to move your career to ENERCON? Take a look at our website:

The Cultural Resources Project Manager will be responsible for conducting major projects or a group of related projects. Responsibilities include, as applicable, project initiation and all aspects of project development and execution, client interaction, project personnel selection and training, scheduling and fiscal management of assigned projects. The project manager may also develop clients, identify business opportunities and necessary resources, prepare proposals, and close new business with team support.  The balance of the project execution/business development activities is a function of workload by individual and within the team.

The Project Manager is responsible for the oversight of routine and advanced technical work performed for assigned projects and ensuring that quality standards for all project deliverables are achieved within established schedules and scope definitions.  Project Managers are also responsible for development of subcontracts, including technical, schedule and financial performance of subcontractors, as applicable. The project manager will manage all aspects of the interaction between the Company and one or more Clients for assigned projects.

Job Requirements (education, skills, certifications, licenses)

Qualifications include:

  • Master's degree in Archaeology or Anthropology is required; a Ph.D. is preferred
  • A minimum of five (5) years of supervisory and fieldwork experience required
  • Demonstrated completion as a PI of a minimum of one testing or data recovery excavation project preferred
  • Demonstrated completion as a PI of a minimum of one monitoring program preferred
  • Past peer review publication record and conference presentation experience
  • Emphasis in North American Archaeology and a current technical specialization (e.g., lithic analysis, osteology, etc.)
  • Excellent technical writing skills with recent report development and a record of completing and editing technical reports in a timely fashion
  • Ability to work independently as well as within small or large teams

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