Sound Transit Program Manager - Cultural Resources
Posted April 2, 2019. Full-Time, Seattle WA
Under general direction, performs a variety of senior professional level environmental planning functions and analysis in assigned functional areas. Manages cultural resource (archaeological and historic resources) compliance for Sound Transit projects and provides technical analysis for complex projects related to the identification, documentation, evaluation, treatment, and preservation of cultural resources. This includes screening of capital and maintenance projects for potential cultural resources and developing recommendations to avoid or mitigate any impacts, preparing schedules and scopes of work for cultural resources regulatory compliance activities, conducting cultural resources surveys and writing associated reports, monitoring project sites during excavation/construction, and responding to call outs when potential resources are discovered on project sites.
The following duties are a representative summary of the primary duties and responsibilities. Incumbent(s) may not be required to perform all duties listed and may be required to perform additional, position-specific duties.
Education and Experience: Master’s Degree in archaeology, anthropology, or closely related field. Six years of experience in area of assignment which includes cultural resource field work, analysis, and report writing; compliance with federal, state, and local environmental and cultural resource laws, regulations, policies, and procedures; preferably for large infrastructure or transportation projects and/or in public sector agencies; OR an equivalent combination of education and experience.
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