STS Solutions and Training, LLC (SST) is seeking a Historic Preservation Specialist to work on our team and provide on-site cultural resources management support for the Joint Base Lewis-McChord (JBLM) Cultural Resources Management Program. The main emphasis of the position is to protect historic buildings, landscapes, documents, and photographs for the future. The installation has 300 historic buildings in three Historic Districts. They range from World War I to the Cold War construction.
- Work to maintain the historic character and ensure compliance with National Historic Preservation Act Laws.
- Conduct building condition assessments to monitor condition and identify needed repairs.
- Review construction and rehabilitation projects for their impact on historic buildings.
- Conduct National Register of Historic Places determinations and prepare documentation.
- Conduct archival searches and records preservation.
- Develop and write historic context.
- Meet the Secretary of Interior Professional Qualification Standards. 1) A graduate degree in architectural history, art history, architecture preservation, historic preservation, or closely related field, or 2) Bachelor’s degree in these fields plus one of the following: at least two years of full-time experience in research, writing or teaching in an academic institution, historical organization, or agency, or substantial contribution through research and publication.
- Familiarity with Section 106 and the Secretary of Interior Standards for Rehabilitation.
- Working knowledge of ESRI ArcMap® software in addition to Microsoft Word, Access, and Excel.
- Experience with military buildings, and in conducting National Register evaluations preferred.
- U.S. Citizenship and able to successfully pass a background check.
- Be a motivated self-starter. 20+ years of experience working with DoD as a Meteorologist
(Other education, commensurate experience and demonstrated ability of individual may be substituted.)
BBNC/SST are an Equal Opportunity Employer. Employment decisions are made without regard to any protected category. Hiring preference will be given to BBNC shareholders, their spouses and descendants and Alaska Natives in accordance with Public Law 93-638.