Minneapolis, Houston or Denver, Minnesota, Texas or Colorado
Private Sector 26-100 Employees
Natural Resource Group, LLC (NRG) represents one of the leading environmental consulting firms working on energy infrastructure projects throughout the United States. Our projects are located throughout all regions of the country and we work for most of the largest energy companies in the industry. We are seeking top cultural resources talent with knowledge on a national level combined with a western regional emphasis to join our current professional staff. We are actively recruiting to fill a position in one of our several office locations, preferably Minneapolis, Denver, or Houston.
The Cultural Resource Specialist would manage cultural resource compliance for large-scale pipeline and other energy capital development projects. Specific duties include directing agency consultations, overseeing the acquisition of cultural resource approvals, managing project task budgets, coordinating field survey efforts including managing subconsultants in the field, and providing technical and editorial review of subconsultant reports.
The qualified candidate minimally will have a Masters degree and 4 to 10 years of cultural resource management experience, preferably in the western United States. This position requires a strong working knowledge of federal and state cultural resources regulatory compliance (i.e., Section 106, NEPA) and experience in regulatory consultations in support of commercial customers. Candidates will have a solid understanding of and experience in all aspects of cultural resources management including archaeology, historic structures, agency and tribal consultations. Comprehensive experience with and understanding of the NEPA process is preferred. Experience with the FERC permitting process is highly desirable as well as experience consulting with other federal agencies, including the BLM, Forest Service, and Corps of Engineers. The position will involve some travel. The candidate must possess excellent written and oral communication skills, demonstrated experience in successfully managing relationships with agencies and vendors, and be highly organized.
Directory of cultural resource and historic preservation firms.
Gray & Pape, Inc. Archaeology**History**Historic Preservation
Serving your cultural resources needs since 1987.
New South Associates, Inc. New South Associates is a women-owned small business providing cultural resource management services, both nationally and internationally. Our specialities include archaeology, history, architectural history, preservation planning, and public interpretati
Paula S. Reed and Associates, Inc. Paula S. Reed and Associates, Inc. is a small, woman-owned corporation organized in the State of Maryland, which provides cultural resource evaluation on a nation-wide basis, specializing in National Historic Landmark nominations. We meet qualifications o