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Posted: 01/16/2018

Environmental Science Associates
Southern California Cultural Resources

Environmental Science Associates (ESA) is an environmental science, planning, and design consulting firm committed to the principles of sound science, technical excellence, integrity, and the promotion of outstanding decision making and sustainability. As a 100-percent employee-owned company with offices located in California, Washington, Oregon and Florida, continuing to meet the needs of our clients as well as the strategic aspirations of our employee-owners requires that we look to add the very best professional talent throughout our practices and offices. Specializing in project planning, environmental analysis and assessment, natural and cultural resources management, environmental restoration and design, and regulatory compliance, ESA’s scientists, historians, planners, designers, and technical specialists provide critical thinking and in-depth analysis to guide successful policy development, project planning, and the creation of enduring multi-objective solutions. Joining ESA means becoming part of a family of environmental professionals for whom every day involves growing your career, learning, creativity, fun, and the satisfaction knowing that you’ve contributed to outstanding iconic projects, improved environmental stewardship, and a more sustainable future for our communities and wild places.

Senior Architectural Historian
Professional Opportunity
Los Angeles, CA
Open Until
Until Filled


ESA is currently seeking a highly qualified and experienced senior-level Architectural Historian to manage staff and projects for a growing group of architectural historians within our Southern California Cultural Resources Group. The selected candidate will manage historic resources work on a wide range of interesting projects throughout the region and practice, and will be part of an interdisciplinary team that includes staff from our Water, Energy, Community Development, Transportation, and Airports practices. The successful candidate will have excellent management and organizational capabilities; agency coordination experience; a staff management and mentoring background; proficiency in management of historic architectural resources within the context of CEQA, NEPA, and Section 106; an ability to strategically guide clients through complex regulatory issues related to the built environment; experience preparing EIR/EIS sections and developing preservation-related alternatives and mitigation; and expertise in evaluation and treatment of a variety of resource types, including residential, commercial, and water and energy infrastructure. The selected candidate would be located in either ESAs Los Angeles, Pasadena, or Santa Monica office.




Candidates must possess outstanding problem-solving ability, strong team-building and staff management skills, excellent written and oral communication skills, strong computer skills, and a demonstrated ability to work as part of an interdisciplinary cultural resources team. Qualified candidates should have a Masters Degree in Architectural History or related field, at least ten (10) years of professional experience in historic preservation or related field (meeting the Secretary of the Interiors Standard for Architectural History and History), experience in Southern California, and a strong working knowledge of Section 106 of the National Historic Preservation Act and CEQA/NEPA compliance. Experience with local Los Angeles development projects is a plus.


How to apply
How to Apply: If you are interested in applying to become an employee-owner at ESA, please visit the ESA Careers page at www.esassoc.com or follow the link below: http://chp.tbe.taleo.net/chp02/ats/careers/requisition.jsp;jsessionid=D6D5EFF8D2FB33A934FBFEBBFF5B840D?org=ESA&cws=1&rid=343 ESA is an Equal Opportunity Employer, committed to a diverse and inclusive work environment. (EOE M/V/F/D)

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