Cultural Resource Section Manager

Primary duties of the Cultural Resources Section Manager include:

  • Lead, develop, and manage the successful delivery of cultural resources services and projects to HDR’s clients
  • Plan, develop, prepare, review, and direct the preparation of various cultural resources documents to support highway (Caltrans), transit, maritime, aviation, renewable energy, water resources, and land development projects, including: cultural resource survey reports (archaeological and architectural history); draft letters and documentation for compliance with Section 106 of the National Historic Preservation Act (NHPA), the National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA), and Section 4(f) of the U.S. Department of Transportation Act (USDOT); cultural resources management and mitigation plans; Section 106 agreement documents (memoranda of agreement, programmatic agreements); and other related documents
  • Assist with and develop work proposals and cost estimates and monitor tasks, schedules, and budgets in the execution of cultural resource projects
  • Conduct and/or direct fieldwork, participate in meetings, and develop compliance strategies
  • Be a technical expert with recognized authority in cultural resources to HDR’s clients and deliver expert regulatory compliance advice and experienced consultation leadership for clients to regulatory agencies
  • Serve as Project Manager on larger projects Plan, organize, and supervise the work of a medium to large staff of professionals and technicians
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