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Posted: 05/15/2017

Environmental Planning Division

ICF (NASDAQ:ICFI) is a global consulting and technology services provider with more than 5,000 professionals focused on making big things possible for our clients. We are business analysts, policy specialists, technologists, researchers, digital strategists, social scientists and creatives. Since 1969, government and commercial clients have worked with ICF to overcome their toughest challenges on issues that matter profoundly to their success. Key markets and practices include environmental planning and policy development, impact and risk assessment, evaluation and compliance, and restoration and conservation. ICF works at the center of environmental and sustainable programs, helping clients consider the impact of economics, health, policy, culture, and climate on the world’s ecosystem. ICF offers an excellent benefits package, an award winning talent development program, and fosters a highly skilled, energized and empowered workforce. ICF is an equal opportunity employer that values diversity at all levels. (EOE – Minorities/Females/Veterans/Individuals with Disabilities/Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity). For a listing of other career opportunities at ICF, please visit our Career Center at https://careers.icfi.com.

Public History/Architectural History Intern
Internship Opportunity
Sacramento, CA


The Public History/Architectural History Intern will assist senior architectural historians in preparation of technical reports, environmental documents, and possible field survey. Duties will include conducting and compiling background research, writing architectural descriptions and evaluations, and assistance with report preparation as well as other tasks as assigned. Position requires writing, archival research, photograph processing, working with MS Word, MS Access, and Adobe PDFs, organizing or compiling field notes and records. Travel for field survey may be required. Additionally, the intern will conduct various project and administrative duties such as preparing tables, spreadsheets, and organizing data. Hours per week would depend on current staff workload, but would likely range from 8 32 hours per week.




Basic Qualifications


  • BA/BS Degree in History or a related program.

  • Enrolled in Master of Arts program in Public History, Historic Preservation, or related field

  • Ability to conduct research throughout Northern California.

  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills

  • Proficient with Microsoft Word, Excel & Access.

  • Strong on-line research skills

  • Familiarity with completing California Department of Parks and Recreation 523 forms

  • Knowledge of architectural styles

  • Completion of course work in Cultural Resource Management


OPen until
Until Filled

How to apply
Submit cover letter and resume at link below.
Michael Blackmore

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