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HNTB Historian IV / Environmental Planner in New York, New York

What We're Looking For

At HNTB, you can create a career that is meaningful to you while building communities that matter to all of us. For more than a century, we have been delivering solutions for some of the largest, most complex infrastructure projects across the country. With our historic growth, it is an exciting time to join our team of employee-owners.

The Historian IV /Environmental Planner (H/EP) at HNTB’s New York City office will be responsible for conducting historical and environmental evaluations/impacts for infrastructure projects. The H/EP will stay current with federal/state/local policies and regulations and act as a resource to ensure environmental compliance, provide analyses of historical data to environmental specialists and design engineers, interpret technical data to team project members, conduct and review historic resource surveys and mentor and oversee work of earlier team members.

When appropriate, the H/EP may also be responsible for managing assigned project(s) or tasks including developing the scope and technical sections of proposal and procurement documents, overseeing the delivery of the project to successfully accomplish HNTB’s 4 for 4 performance: delivery of quality work, on time, on budget and to the client’s satisfaction on every project. This would also include proactively managing the budget, schedule, technical requirements, contractual obligations, and client communications in support of the project’s objectives.

What You'll Do:

  • Works independently with other environmental specialists and design engineers to complete environmental compliance for complex infrastructure projects according to federal/state/local policies and regulations.

  • Leads technical reports preparation, including but not limited to historic resource survey reports, assessment of effects, mitigation documentation, historic property treatment plans, and other related documentation.

  • Conducts reviews of technical reports prepared by others.

  • Performs the internal discipline quality check.

  • Provides technical advice and assists project engineers regarding impacts to historic resources.

  • Oversees and/or performs historic resources surveys and associated fieldwork.

  • Prepares scopes and budgets for bid opportunities and projects.

  • Develops section 4(f) documentation.

  • Interprets section 106 regulations and developing documentation.

  • Performs other duties as assigned.

What You'll Need:

  • Bachelor's Degree in Heritage Preservation, Historic Preservation, History or related field and 7 years of relevant experience, or

  • Master's Degree in Heritage Preservation, Historic Preservation, History or related field and 6 years of relevant experience

What You'll Bring:

  • Screens and scopes to prepare for survey work (i.e., create a property list using appropriate data bases, tax assessor data, and other resources.), without oversight from others.

  • Reviews, summarizes, researches, and interprets findings for more complex projects, without oversight from others.

  • Generates complex reports independently and reviews work of less experienced staff.

  • Recognizes unique resources, differentiates patterns, evaluates, and makes recommendations for the national register, without oversight from others.

  • Possesses an advanced understanding of local, state, and federal regulations, including Section 106 of the National Historic Preservation Act; applies advanced knowledge of National Register of Historic Places criteria and understands how they intersect with local, state, and federal regulations. Develops less experienced staff in their application of local, state, and federal regulations to projects.

What We Prefer:

  • 10 - 15 years of relevant experience

  • Secretary of the Interior's Standards for Architectural Historian


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The approximate pay range for New York City and Westchester County, NY is $92,453.69 - $150,632.34. Please note that the pay range provided is a good faith estimate for the position at the time of posting. Actual compensation will be dependent on factors, including but not limited to, the individual’s qualifications, experience, knowledge, skills, and abilities as well as physical work location within the state.








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Job Type: Regular

Full/Part Time: Full time

Job Category: Planning Group

ReqID: R-14014