$100K - $150K(Ladders Estimates)
We are looking for a Cultural Resources Project Manager with experience in historic and/or prehistoric archaeology. The person selected will assist to plan and execute projects in Central and South Texas, and beyond. The successful applicant will have previously prepared proposals for various types of clients in the private and public sectors. She or he will have a good understanding of Texas Antiquities Code, National Historic Preservation Act and National Environmental Policy Act compliance. The applicant should be able to work independently for 40 or more hours per week, sometimes on an unpredictable schedule. This is a regular, full-time position. The position is based in the Alamo City - San Antonio, Texas - and the applicant should be located in, or be willing to relocate to, that location.
The successful candidate will become part of a dynamic central Texas cultural and environmental resources planning team that enjoys excellent relationships with a wide range of local, regional, and state agencies, as well as private and nonprofit clients. Our San Antonio office offers a unique work environment in a great city.
Your primary responsibilities will include working with SWCA staff and clients to develop proposals and to conduct and manage cultural resources survey and monitoring projects within the San Antonio region. Other activities can include: National Register evaluative testing; site significance evaluations in relation to local, state and federal guidelines; developing mitigation strategies to avoid, or correct, adverse effects and impacts to historic properties; data recovery studies; and preparing / reviewing reports for regulatory compliance within the Central Texas, South Texas and the Texas-Gulf Coast region.
Additional related responsibilities will be to: schedule and oversee data collection and field studies; prepare deliverables related to environmental and cultural resource permitting; perform due diligence and constraints analyses; develop mitigation plans; and monitor project budgets. SWCA encourages staff and provides time to develop presentations for local, regional, and national conferences and forums.
As a core member of the San Antonio Cultural Resources Program, the successful applicant would also take a lead and collaborative role in pursuing new project opportunities and supervising / mentoring current field staff.
Preferred experience includes:
Valid Through: 2019-11-13