LSA, a Californiaenvironmental and planning firm, is seeking a qualified individual for a CulturalResources Manager position with LSA’s Northern California Cultural ResourcesGroup (CRG) in the Point Richmond office in the San Francisco Bay Area. Theoverall responsibility of the selected individual will be to operate as aproject manager and participate in all aspects of fieldwork and laboratoryanalyses, as warranted; develop and maintain relationships with clients, regulatoryagencies, and Native Americans; manage projects, develop budgets, and maintain schedules;direct personnel; and prepare proposals in response to Requests for Proposalsand Qualifications.
Projects can be multidisciplinary, requiring knowledgeof cultural resources management, prehistoric and historical archaeology,history, historical architecture, or traditional cultural properties. Projectswill involve cultural resource inventory, evaluation, and mitigation, which mayinclude directing and conducting archival, background, and technical research;field surveys and excavations; laboratory work; data analysis; and the report preparation.Fieldwork may occur throughout California, so the successful candidate willneed to be flexible with regard to short- and medium-duration absences forproject tasks. The volume of work available on a weekly basis will depend onoverall CRG workload, project-specific needs, and the individual’s knowledge,skills, and abilities.
The successful candidate will have an M.A. orM.S. in Cultural Resources Management, Archaeology, or Anthropology, or a closelyrelated field (or will be awarded the degree within 6 months of hire),with a minimum of 5 to 7 years of experience in California CulturalResources Management. The individual must be able to meet the Secretary of theInterior’s Professional QualificationsStandards for archeology and be certified by the Register of ProfessionalArchaeologists (or have an application under review).
Desirable candidate qualifications include:
- Previous project management experience and authorship of CEQA-level environmental documents;
- A strong understanding of federal and State cultural resources regulations and legislation, particularly CEQA, Section 106, and NEPA;
- Written and verbal communication skills, including public speaking and interactions with stakeholders; and
- Excellent organizational skills, a team-oriented and positive attitude, and solid work ethic.
LSA’sgreatest asset is its employee ownership. LSA offers excellent compensation andbenefits, including competitive pay; medical, dental, vision, long-termdisability, long-term care, group life and AD&D insurance plans; vacation,sick, and holiday pay; an Employee Stock Ownership Plan (ESOP); and a ProfitSharing and Savings Plan (with 401k and company match). LSA is an AffirmativeAction/Equal Opportunity Employer and participates in E-Verify.
Please visit our job portal toapply for this position at: http://lsa.net/careers/openings/