Tepa, LLC Cultural Resource Specialist in Colorado Springs, Colorado

Job DescriptionA little bit about us...Tehama, LLC is an 8(a) Certified Small Business that is tribally-ownedby the Paskenta Band of Nomlaki Indians (the Tribe). Under the commonadministration and management of Tepa, LLC, the Tribe has created theNomlaki Companies, an organization of nine separate entities created toprovide a toolbox of experience, which includes an array of engineering,construction, environmental, design, and information technology servicesto our clients. Tehama, LLC specializes in providing high qualityEnvironmental Consulting Services, Architectural & Engineering DesignServices and Construction Support Services to federal, commercial andmunicipal clients nationwide. We are dedicated to providing quality work toour clients through obtaining the highest professionals in the industry. Ouremployees enjoy a dynamic work environment, career development and realopportunities to make a difference. Based in Kansas City, MO, we currentlysupport a variety of clients with offices across the U.S. Find out more aboutTehama at . Tehama, LLC is an equal opportunity employer and encouragesdiversiNow, about you...Tehama, LLC is actively seeking a Cultural Resources Specialist for aposition at Fort Carson, Colorado.The Cultural Resources Specialist will provide technical expertise, programmanagement support, surveillance, and oversight of Cultural Resourcessupport services for the Army. Primary duties will including conductingarchaeological surveys, archaeological site monitoring and impactassessments, familiarity with Section 106 of the National HistoricPreservation Act (NHPA) and experience with Section 106 compliance.The Cultural Resource Specialist responsibilities include:Conduct archaeological surveys, archaeological site monitoring, and impactassessmentsAssist in the management of projects, site documentation, make NHPArecommendationsTrack milestone dates and deadlines for plans and permitsReview project documents (work plans, schedule, and technical reports)Complete standard cultural resource forms accurately and conciselyManage, and organize cultural resources data and filesDigital data collection using tablet based electronic formsAssist with the inspection and photography of curated collections Job RequirementsRequired Skills & Experience: (included but not limited to)Excellent research and writing skillsHighly self-motivated with the ability to multi-task and performdetail-oriented workFamiliarity with GPS and GIS applications and softwareMinimum qualifications:Bachelor's Degree in Archaeology/AnthropologyAt least one year of full-time professional experience in archaeologicalresearch or cultural resource managementPrior experience with Section 106 complianceWork Environment:Frequent field work completed outsidePhysical Demands:Must be physically capable and possess the skills to perform all aspects offield work.Able to life 50 pounds.Constant sitting, standing, bending, and walking in strenuous hikingconditions.How to apply:Our structure allows for continued learning and expansion in our rapidlygrowing firm. If you think you can be a fit, send your resume, but alsotell us why you are the right person for the team! We offer a casual workenvironment, competitive salary, generous health, dental, and paidtime off benefits, as well as support of ongoing professional education andtraining. While we sincerely appreciate all applications, only thosecandidates selected for interview will be contacted. Please note the selectedcandidate will be required to submit to back ground check.Thank you for considering Tepa, LLC and the Tepa family of companies in yourjob search! Tepa, LLC and its family of companies is an equal opportunityemployer and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, nationalor ethnic origin, age religion, disability, sex, sexual orientation,gender identity and expression, veteran status or any other characteristicprotected under applicable federal and state law. No application will berejected as