Project Manager - Historian/Archaeologist

Environmental Corporation of America
Norcross, Georgia, US
Apr 28, 2021
Jun 03, 2021
Employment Type
Full time
Salary Type
Environmental Corporation of America (ECA) is seeking an enthusiastic and dedicated full-time Project Manager to support a team of scientists and cultural resource employees conducting FCC National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) reports, which includes drafting and managing Section 106 Review historic preservation reports. The position would also involve assistance in drafting Fish and Wildlife Service reports and occasionally Phase I Environmental Site Assessments. This position will require independent research and compiling information from local, state, and federal resources for authoring and managing NEPA Screening Reports.

Characteristics of candidates that would excel in this position would include individuals who value and/or take pride in:

- The ability to track and account for multiple projects with various scopes of work in detail

- Prompt responsiveness to team leads and peers on project matters

- Committing to and going the extra mile to deliver quality products for customers and team members

- Consistently seeking new and better ways to solve problems and improve processes

- Becoming an expert in the subject matter they are working in

- Taking ownership of his/her professional development and thrives in environments that require high accountability across departments

Technical report writing skills and strong computer skills are required. Field inspections of various property types, primarily sites under consideration for telecommunications installations, will be periodically required. The position typically involves approximately 5% field time and 95% office time.

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