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Posted: 03/15/2018

Gray & Pape, Inc.

Professional Opportunity
Cincinnati, OH
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Gray & Pape, a national cultural heritage firm, has an immediate position open for a Principal Investigator specializing in American history/architectural history in their Cincinnati, Ohio or Indianapolis, Indiana office. You will work in a project team of diverse and dynamic cultural heritage professionals to support our federal and commercial clients. An M.A. in History or related field, experience in the Midwest and at least five years of previous experience as a PI in cultural resource or heritage management projects is required.  We are seeking candidates that are outgoing and that enjoy and have competence in community engagement. This position also requires competent knowledge of the Section 106 review process. This person must be able to implement effective research designs within constraints of project schedules and budgets.  This person must have sufficient knowledge of architectural and cultural landscape resources to be able to evaluate them for National Register eligibility and prepare treatment plans to mitigate adverse effects. Preservation planning skills are a plus.  The ability to write clear, concise, and thorough resources descriptions and technical reports is essential, as is the ability to manage multiple projects simultaneously. This person will also be asked to assist in the preparation of proposals and in marketing.  You will develop, train and mentor junior staff and the ability to effectively supervise people is important.

Gray & Pape, offers a competitive pay and benefits package, including paid holidays, paid vacation and sick leave, and health and disability insurance.  A complete job description is available upon request.  Gray & Pape is an EOE/Veterans/Disabled/
LGBT employer.

How to apply
Submit a resume and three professional references to Mirna Colón, HR Manager, Gray & Pape, Inc., 1318 Main Street, Cincinnati, OH, 45202; mcolon@graypape.com.
Mirna Colón



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