Since 2008, when Hurricane Katrina impacted the Mississippi Gulf Coast, HORNE has become a leader in disaster recovery efforts. HORNE now provides services, with 13 locations across the US and Puerto Rico. The driving force of our accounting and business advisory firm is--and always will be--our close personal attention to those affected by natural disasters. Emphasizing innovation and forward-looking ideas, HORNE is a top 100 firm in the nation and a top 10 firm in the Southeast.
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Title: Architectural Historian
HORNE's Government Services focus area is searching for an SOI-qualified architectural historian to assist in implementing programs related to disaster recovery, specifically for the Section 106 component.
Location: Baton Rouge or Remote
How you impact HORNE and our clients…
Work in a team environment that implement strategies, processes and solutions.
Support the project team with National Environmental Policy Act environmental reviews for HUD Community Development Block Grant Disaster Recovery projects.
Communicate progress of tasks, problems, and resolutions to team members.
Research and identify project issues or problems.
HORNE is looking for…
Standard of Interior-qualified Architectural Historian.
Knowledge of architectural history in the South and Southeast, with experience in Texas preferred.
A minimum of 2-5 years’ experience.
The ideal candidate will possess an advanced degree in Architectural History, Historic Preservation or a closely related field.
Support the Historic Preservation (HP) staff on HUD Section 106 environmental reviews as it pertains to architectural history. This will entail performing desktop reviews. While occasional travel may be needed, it will be limited.
Perform year built verifications for structures.
Review executed Programmatic Agreement and apply appropriate allowances based on each individual case, where applicable.
Prepare consultation forms for submission to the State Historic Preservation Office.
Assist with documenting and assessing internal controls for state and local governmental entities.
Communicate progress of projects, problems, and resolutions to the senior HP staff and team.
Research and identify complex program issues or problems.
Make recommendations for and coordinate resolutions and improvements.
Proficiency in MS Office applications, including Word and Excel.
Excellent written and oral communication skills.
Must pay excellent attention to detail.
Ability to manage multiple deadlines and workflows.
Knowledge of ESRI software (i.e. ArcGIS, ArcGIS Online, etc).