This position is: Full Time
Position Location: Baton Rouge, LA
Gulf South Research Corporation (GSRC) is a fast-growing, certified economically disadvantaged woman-owned small business (EDWOSB) offering multidisciplinary, environmental consulting services to government and corporate clients throughout the United States. The GSRC professionals offer expertise in four basic areas: Environmental Planning (including National Environmental Policy Act ([NEPA]), Natural Resources Surveys and Studies, Cultural Resources Surveys and Studies, and Habitat Restoration Services.
We are currently searching for a Project Director/Archaeologist. The successful candidate must be capable of managing field crews, writing reports, and traveling outside of Louisiana; as well as, meet the following requirements:
- A Master’s Degree in Anthropology, Archaeology, Historic Preservation, or History
- Minimum of 3 years’ experience with federal environmental / historic preservation laws including NEPA and Section 106 of the National Historic Preservation Act (NHPA).
- Successfully work in a team environment.
- Proven communication skills with clients.
- Ability to research and identify project issues or problems
- Ability to make recommendations and coordinate resolutions for improvements.
- Ability to travel for field work.
The Project Director/Archaeologist will be expected to contribute to GSRC’s growing archaeological team and assist in expanding our cultural resources management program. Duties will include managing mult-phase field projects, writing and editing technical reports, assisting in background research, developing research designs, proposals, and cost estimates.
We offer a competitive salary plus a generous benefits package to include company-paid health insurance, matching 401k, personal time off, Federal holidays, and other benefits.