Topic ID #38399 - posted 5/30/2017 6:14 AM

Cultural Resources Technician - Alpharetta, GA



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Environmental Corporation of America is seeking an enthusiastic and dedicated full-time Cultural Resources Technician to support a team of scientists and cultural resource staff conducting FCC National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) reports, which includes Section 106 Review reports. The position would also involve assistance in drafting Fish and Wildlife Service reports and Phase I Environmental Site Assessments. This position will require independent research and compiling information from local, state, and federal resources for authoring and managing Phase I ESAs and NEPA Screening Reports. Technical report writing skills are required. Field inspections of various property types, primarily sites under consideration for telecommunications installations, will be periodically required. Applicant must be detailed orientated with strong organizational, communication and problem solving skills. Some travel will be required.

Education & Experience requirements: BA or BS in anthropology, archaeology, history, or related field

Experience with Microsoft Word, Publisher, Excel, and AutoCAD preferred

Job Type: Full-time

Required education:

ยท         Bachelor's

The position is a full-time position and will remain open until filled.  For consideration, please send your vitae or resume, a minimum of three references, and a letter of interest by email using the contact information provided below.  Incomplete submission packets will not be accepted.  Please email if you have any questions. 

Matthew Beazley, MA, RPA

Principal Archaeologist/Historian
Environmental Corporation of America
1375 Union Hill Industrial Court
Alpharetta, GA 30004
770-667-2040 x 109 (office)
770-667-2041 (fax)
Matthew.beazley@eca-usa.com 
www.eca-usa.com






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