Topic ID #41088 - posted 5/23/2019 10:22 AM

Cultural Resources Project Manager


Environmental Intelligence, LLC (EI) seeks to hire a Cultural Resources Project Manager to support cultural resource projects throughout Southern and Central California. The successful candidates must be team players and have the ability to multi-task, including supervising multiple surveys and/or monitoring projects concurrently. The successful candidate must meet qualifications to be listed in EI’s cultural resource investigation permits for the Bureau of Land Management, National Forest Service, and other State and Federal agencies. The applicant should demonstrate experience working as an archaeologist on inventory, research, evaluation, and mitigation projects. The successful candidates must be a United States citizen or hold a federally approved work visa. Please send cover letter and resume to Human Resources at 
Salary: Competitive and is based on experience and education.  This is a full-time, permanent position.  
Location: The successful candidate will be based out of our Pasadena office. Occasional travel will be required throughout Southern and Central California.
Duties and Responsibilities:
  • Determine and direct the cultural needs for project.
  • Occasionally serve as field lead for pedestrian survey, construction monitoring, and testing, including collection of field data, digital photography, artifact identification, GPS data collection, and mapping.
  • Conduct research and literature reviews.
  • Prepare technical reports, California DPR-523 site forms, and other deliverables.
  • Assist with coordinating directly with various agencies, tribes, and clients.
  • Maintain project databases in Excel.
  • Digitize records and perform basic GIS analyses in ArcMap. 
  • Graduate degree in Archaeology, Anthropology, or closely related discipline
  • A Bachelor’s degree may be considered with experience
  • Completion of an archaeological field school or equivalent experience is preferred.
  • Knowledge of the NHPA Section 106 process and associated federal and state laws and regulations is essential.
  • Ability to meet requirements as a Field Director on BLM and National Forest Service permits.
  • Excellent written and verbal communication skills and experience preparing, reviewing, and editing complex technical documents for a full range of various cultural resources projects.
  • Proficiency with Microsoft Office Word and Excel, and ability to use related computer systems and software. 
  • Experience with GPS equipment is required; GIS experience using ArcMap and other ESRI software is a plus.


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