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Jacobs is seeking a Career-Level Archaeologist to join its environmental practice team in southern California. The successful candidate will work within a national environmental practice, with a primary focus on supporting activities related to compliance with the National Historic Preservation Act (NHPA), National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA), California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA), Archaeological Resources Protection Act (ARPA), and Native American Graves Protection and Repatriation Act.
• Leads cultural resources and general environmental compliance efforts, either as independent projects or part of a larger project management team.
• Independently completes or oversees technical work of others, including developing cultural resources inventories and management plans; analyzing impacts on archaeological, architectural, and Native American resources; and producing other reports and analyses in support of NHPA Sections 106 and 110, NEPA, and CEQA compliance.
• Oversees or leads cultural resources field work, including archaeological survey, testing, evaluation, data recovery, and construction monitoring, as well as other tasks as assigned. Position requires oversight or execution of records and literature searches from appropriate archives and other repositories.
Candidates must occasionally be able and willing to travel and work outdoors in remote locations and for extended periods under all weather conditions, sometimes traversing rugged terrain. Candidates must have an awareness and focus on workplace and construction site safety standards and be willing to work independently when conditions are appropriate or with limited supervision.
• Maintains high quality work while adhering to scope, schedule and budget elements.
• Maintains positive regular client contact.
• Performs outreach efforts with Native American Tribes.
• Maintains positive relationship with California and other SHPOs, land management agencies, and Tribes.
• Provides technical guidance to less experienced personnel.
• Supports business and client development, focused on California and the southwest.