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Posted: 06/24/2013

Employer
TRC
Cultural Resources

TRC Companies, Inc. (NYSE: TRR), a pioneer in groundbreaking scientific and engineering developments since the 1960s, is a national engineering consulting and construction management firm that provides integrated services to the energy, environmental, and infrastructure markets. TRC serves a broad range of clients in government and industry, implementing complex projects from initial concept to delivery and operation. TRC has immediate openings for a Cultural Resource Program Manager in our Atlanta office.


Position
Program Manager
216548-992
Type
Professional Opportunity
Location
Atlanta/Norcross, GA
Details
 

Position Overview:

The Atlanta Program Manager will be responsible for managing cultural resources staff in our existing office, and will work closely with other TRC Cultural Resource Program Managers and managers in TRCs Planning, Permitting, and Licensing Practice in helping to guide the growth of TRCs Eastern U.S. cultural resources practice. We are looking for an individual with enthusiasm about his/her work, and with a strong commitment to client service, and technical excellence. While this individual will have some opportunities to directly manage and conduct projects, the successful applicant must also enjoy the day-to-day challenges of program management and business development.  

 

Responsibilities:

Specific job duties will include management of the office technical staff (including archaeologists, architectural historians, historians, laboratory staff, and graphics/GIS specialists); business development and client contacts; development and general oversight of the technical, administrative, and budgetary details of field projects; agency and tribal consultation; implementation of TRCs safety and quality programs; and other tasks. The position will include limited fieldwork, and occasional travel related to management, business development, and individual projects. 

 

Requirements:

Qualified candidates will possess the following:

  • Advanced degree in Anthropology or related field (must meet Secretary of the Interiors guidelines);
  • Ten or more years of progressive experience supervising cultural resource projects in the Eastern, Southeastern, or South-central U.S. Prior experience with multi-state linear energy projects and similar complex projects, and with supervision of cultural resource and support staff, is strongly preferred;
  • Excellent personnel and management skills and a track record of progressively higher level experience as an archaeologist and manager;
  • Experience with state and federal agency and tribal consultation, and excellent reputation within the professional and regulatory communities;
  • Ability to work closely with managers and technical specialists to conduct business development, design and implement projects, and support TRCs plans for regional and national growth;
  • Familiarity with digital field technology (GPS, total station, etc) and GIS applications and software;
  • Successful technical report and proposal writing experience;
  • A commitment to TRCs quality and safety goals; and
  • RPA certification preferred but not required  

 

TRC offers advancement potential and a competitive compensation package including a 401(k) plan with company match.  Please visit our website at www.trcsolutions.com.

Please provide a cover letter and resume, including at least three references. TRC is an Equal Opportunity Employer, M/F/D/V.

OPen until
Until Filled

How to apply
http://www.trcsolutions.com/Careers/JobOpportunities/Pages/default.aspx Please see postings for position 216548-992 to see more details and submit an application.
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