The Remediation and Overhaul unit within the Program Management division at the Naval Reactors Facility (NRF) is seeking a Project Manager to support decommissioning and demolition projects and the NRF Historic Preservation and Cultural Resource Management Project.
The successful candidate will be responsible for managing projects associated with historic preservation and cultural resource management at NRF. This will include identifying necessary resources to staff and support projects, defining project scope, managing subcontracted relationships, identifying and mitigating project risks, as well as interfacing with and integrating the efforts of stakeholders, support personnel, and line management to ensure project objectives are achieved.
The candidate must meet the professional qualification standards of the Secretary of the Interior as set forth in 36 CFR Part 61 Professional Qualification Standards of Architectural History as defined in Appendix A. The successful candidate will be responsible for updating and maintaining NRF's Historical Building Inventory, performing National Historic Preservation Act Section 106 evaluations, completing Historic American Engineering Record (HAER) / Historic American Landscape Survey (HALS) according to the National Park Service (NPS) Heritage Documentation Program guidelines, and support construction activities that alter or rehabilitate potentially historic structures projects including defining, planning, and ensuring execution of all tasks necessary to meet project objectives.
In addition, the successful candidate will function as the site subject matter expert/liaison for management of and interface with regulatory agencies and stakeholders for all historic and cultural resources at NRF.
- Bachelor's degree in History or a related discipline from an accredited college or university and a minimum of six years of relevant experience or
- Master's degree in History or a related related discipline from an accredited college or university and a minimum of four years of relevant experience
- Bachelor's degree in History or a related discipline from an accredited college or university and a minimum of nine years of relevant experience or
- Master's degree in History or a related related discipline from an accredited college or university and a minimum of seven years of relevant experience
Job Preferred Skills
Experience consulting with the State Historical Preservation Office, Advisory Council for Historic Preservation, local tribes, and public.
Experience working at DOD/DOE sites developing historical documentation.
Strong communication skills with teams, management, and ability to lead teams.
Understanding of National Historic Preservation Act requirements for inclusion into projects.
Ability to manage multiple projects and tasks at a time.