Internships at CRA

 

Since 1998, CRA has introduced a variety of student interns to cultural resource management, some of which have gone on to full employment with CRA.

 

If you are interested in potential internship opportunities, please send an email with your interest and resume to Bridgette Robinson.

Job Opportunities

CRA is always looking for qualified, highly-motivated professionals to join our team. We work on a wide variety of projects each year across a full range of cultural resource services and are constantly building upon our reputation for responsive, high caliber work. This reputation is rooted in each and every one of our staff, including our archaeologists, architectural historians, editors, cartographers, and administrative personnel. If you are ready to contribute to our mission of providing outstanding service to our clients across the country, we want to hear from you.

 

CRA offers competitive salaries and a benefits package that includes health, dental, and vision insurance; life insurance; a retirement savings plan; and paid time off benefits. CRA is an equal opportunity employer.

 

Want to submit a general inquiry regarding employment opportunities or be considered for a position not posted below? Please submit your information via our CRA job application portal so that we can make sure it gets to the right person.

CURRENT OPENINGS

Architectural Historian (Knoxville, Tennessee)

Cultural Resource Analysts, Inc. (CRA) is seeking qualified candidates for a Mid-level Architectural Historian to work in association with our Knoxville, Tennessee, office. Applicants should have an understanding of the National Historic Preservation Act (NHPA) and applicable Section 106 regulations. Previous experience with some or all of the following is required: architectural resource surveys, Section 106 compliance, and/or National Register of Historic Places nominations. Previous experience with HABS/HAER documentation, design guidelines, historic structure reports, preservation planning, and/or researching and designing interpretive materials such as signage and brochures is also desirable.

 

Employment Type: Full-Time

Compensation: $50,000 – $65,000; based on experience

Benefits: Full-time offers:

    • Medical, Vision, Dental, Life (99% of employee medical coverage paid by employer)
    • Flexible Spending Plan offered
    • 401(k) (up to 5% employer matched)
    • Life insurance (100% paid by employer)
    • Supplemental insurance policies offered (short-term disability, cancer, hospitalization)
    • Paid holidays (10 days per year)
    • Paid Time Off (80 hours for Year 1; 120 hours for Year 2; and 160 hours for Year 3), and employees that have been with the company 10 years or more get 5 weeks (200 hours) of PTO
    • Paid Family Leave. The latter would consist of new mothers and fathers both get one week paid leave. New mothers get a “short term disability” benefit that is paid by the company.
    • Professional development stipend ($1,000 per year)

 

Experience: Minimum 2 years; Master’s degree in historic preservation, architectural history, history, or related field

Job Description and Responsibilities:

    • Completing historic architectural resource surveys from start to finish, including background research, context development, field documentation, report writing, and survey form preparation.
    • Evaluating historic architectural resources in relation to the National Register of Historic Places (NHRP) criteria and within the framework of the historic and architectural contexts developed for the project.
    • Assessing the effects of proposed undertakings on identified historic properties, in accordance with the regulations found at 36CFR Part 800.
    • Developing recommendations for the elimination, minimization, or mitigation of adverse effects (when appropriate), and assisting clients with Section 106 consultation to resolve adverse effects.
    • Leading, or contributing to, the development of other types of historic preservation documents, including National Register nominations, state-level and HABS/HAER/HALS documentation, historic context studies, historic preservation plans, and other projects as assigned.

 

Qualifications:

    • Possess a Master’s degree in historic preservation, architectural history, history, or related field;
    • Meet the Secretary of the Interior’s Professional Qualifications in Architectural History;
    • Demonstrate at least two years of relevant experience;
    • Work well independently and as a team member;
    • Have excellent technical writing skills;
    • Be able to work within project budgets and schedules; and
    • Have the flexibility to travel overnight for projects.
    • Have additional qualifications? Let us know where you excel!

 

Please indicate when you will be available, and submit a resume with three references to the following link:

CRA job application portal

 

If you have questions, please contact Bridgette Robinson via email at barobinson@crai-ky.com, or mail to Cultural Resource Analysts, Inc., 151 Walton Avenue, Lexington, Kentucky 40508 ATTN: B. Robinson

 

CRA has enjoyed over 40 years of being business! For over four decades, CRA has been recognized as one of the most respected, full-service cultural resource consulting firms in the United States. This success is directly attributed to CRA’s retention of an experienced, highly-skilled, multi-disciplinary team of cultural resource management professionals. With an understanding that it is the expertise and dedication of our team that forms the foundation of our reputation for high-quality work, CRA invests in its people and their professional development, and fosters a collaborative environment that emphasizes teamwork. The archaeologists, architectural historians, and historic preservation professionals that CRA employs, many of whom are leaders in their fields, are the core of our success.

 

Cultural Resource Analysts, Inc. employees are required to undergo a background check that includes driving history. CRA reserves the right to perform drug/alcohol testing as a condition of continued employment. Cultural Resource Analysts, Inc. is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Architectural Historian (Lexington, Kentucky)

Cultural Resource Analysts, Inc. (CRA) is seeking qualified candidates for a Mid-level Architectural Historian to work in association with our Lexington, Kentucky, office. Applicants should have an understanding of the National Historic Preservation Act (NHPA) and applicable Section 106 regulations. Previous experience with some or all of the following is required: architectural resource surveys, Section 106 compliance, and/or National Register of Historic Places nominations. Previous experience with HABS/HAER documentation, design guidelines, historic structure reports, preservation planning, and/or researching and designing interpretive materials such as signage and brochures is also desirable.

 

Employment Type: Full-Time

Compensation: $50,000 – $65,000; based on experience

Benefits: Full-time offers:

    • Medical, Vision, Dental, Life (99% of employee medical coverage paid by employer)
    • Flexible Spending Plan offered
    • 401(k) (up to 5% employer matched)
    • Life insurance (100% paid by employer)
    • Supplemental insurance policies offered (short-term disability, cancer, hospitalization)
    • Paid holidays (10 days per year)
    • Paid Time Off (80 hours for Year 1; 120 hours for Year 2; and 160 hours for Year 3), and employees that have been with the company 10 years or more get 5 weeks (200 hours) of PTO
    • Paid Family Leave. The latter would consist of new mothers and fathers both get one week paid leave. New mothers get a “short term disability” benefit that is paid by the company.
    • Professional development stipend ($1,000 per year)

 

Experience: Minimum 2 years; Master’s degree in historic preservation, architectural history, history, or related field

Job Description and Responsibilities:

    • Completing historic architectural resource surveys from start to finish, including background research, context development, field documentation, report writing, and survey form preparation.
    • Evaluating historic architectural resources in relation to the National Register of Historic Places (NHRP) criteria and within the framework of the historic and architectural contexts developed for the project.
    • Assessing the effects of proposed undertakings on identified historic properties, in accordance with the regulations found at 36CFR Part 800.
    • Developing recommendations for the elimination, minimization, or mitigation of adverse effects (when appropriate), and assisting clients with Section 106 consultation to resolve adverse effects.
    • Leading, or contributing to, the development of other types of historic preservation documents, including National Register nominations, state-level and HABS/HAER/HALS documentation, historic context studies, historic preservation plans, and other projects as assigned.

 

Qualifications:

    • Possess a Master’s degree in historic preservation, architectural history, history, or related field;
    • Meet the Secretary of the Interior’s Professional Qualifications in Architectural History;
    • Demonstrate at least two years of relevant experience;
    • Work well independently and as a team member;
    • Have excellent technical writing skills;
    • Be able to work within project budgets and schedules; and
    • Have the flexibility to travel overnight for projects.
    • Have additional qualifications? Let us know where you excel!

 

Please indicate when you will be available, and submit a resume with three references to the following link:

CRA job application portal

 

If you have questions, please contact Bridgette Robinson via email at barobinson@crai-ky.com, or mail to Cultural Resource Analysts, Inc., 151 Walton Avenue, Lexington, Kentucky 40508 ATTN: B. Robinson

 

CRA has enjoyed over 40 years of being business! For over four decades, CRA has been recognized as one of the most respected, full-service cultural resource consulting firms in the United States. This success is directly attributed to CRA’s retention of an experienced, highly-skilled, multi-disciplinary team of cultural resource management professionals. With an understanding that it is the expertise and dedication of our team that forms the foundation of our reputation for high-quality work, CRA invests in its people and their professional development, and fosters a collaborative environment that emphasizes teamwork. The archaeologists, architectural historians, and historic preservation professionals that CRA employs, many of whom are leaders in their fields, are the core of our success. Cultural Resource Analysts, Inc. employees are required to undergo a background check that includes driving history. CRA reserves the right to perform drug/alcohol testing as a condition of continued employment. Cultural Resource Analysts, Inc. is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Principal Investigator (Shreveport, Louisiana)

Cultural Resource Analysts, Inc. (CRA) is seeking qualified candidates to join our Louisiana office, and we are currently accepting applications for Principal Investigator. Our Louisiana office is located in Shreveport, in the heart of the Ark-La-Tex region, and was established in 2010 to support clients in Louisiana, Texas, Oklahoma, Arkansas, and Mississippi. This is a full-time, salaried position that is eligible for a remote work option.

 

Employment Type: Full-Time

Compensation: $74,000 – $92,000; based on experience

Benefits: Full-time offers:

    • Medical, Vision, Dental, Life (99% of employee medical coverage paid by employer)
    • Flexible Spending Plan offered
    • 401(k) (up to 5% employer matched)
    • Life insurance (100% paid by employer)
    • Supplemental insurance policies offered (short-term disability, cancer, hospitalization)
    • Paid holidays (10 days per year)
    • Paid Time Off (80 hours for Year 1; 120 hours for Year 2; and 160 hours for Year 3), and employees that have been with the company 10 years or more get 5 weeks (200 hours) of PTO
    • Paid Family Leave. The latter would consist of new mothers and fathers both get one week paid leave. New mothers get a “short term disability” benefit that is paid by the company.
    • Professional development stipend ($1,000 per year)
    • Registered Professional Archaeologist (RPA) annual renewal payment for Affiliated status

 

Experience: Minimum 5 years; PhD or MA in anthropology preferred

 

Job Description and Responsibilities:

    • Responsible for solicitation of new projects and the preparation of proposals and budgets;
    • Oversee project logistics, and provide project oversight including budget and schedule tracking;
    • Execution of phase I (inventory level survey), phase II (National Register evaluation), and phase III (data recovery) projects throughout the South Central and Southeastern U.S.;
    • Conduct prefield and archival research;
    • Direct fieldwork and laboratory analysis;
    • Responsible for preparation of, and technical review of, reports of findings.

 

Qualifications:

    • A graduate degree in anthropology
    • The preferred candidate will have at least 5 years’ experience supervising all phases of archaeological investigation, especially National Register evaluations and mitigation projects, in the  Southeastern and/or South Central United States.
    • Qualification under the Secretary of the Interior Standards (36 CFR 61) in archaeology
    • A demonstrated ability to write clearly and professionally
    • Previous experience writing CRM reports is required
    • Detail oriented, strong organizational skills, and technologically proficient including experience with GIS and relational databases
    • Ability to use GPS units and navigate efficiently in remote areas
    • It is imperative that candidates be able to work 8-10 hour days in a variety of field conditions
    • There will be frequent stays away from the office. Hiking, stooping, bending, and lifting are essential functions of this position.
    • Registered with the Register of Professional Archaeologists (RPA) or will be eligible for RPA registration
    • Have additional qualifications? Let us know where you excel!

 

Please indicate when you will be available, and submit a resume with three references to the following link:

CRA job application portal

 

Please contact Louisiana Office Director of Operations, Jay Gray (jwgray@crai-ky.com) with any questions about the position.

 

CRA has enjoyed over 40 years of being business! For over four decades, CRA has been recognized as one of the most respected, full-service cultural resource consulting firms in the United States. This success is directly attributed to CRA’s retention of an experienced, highly-skilled, multi-disciplinary team of cultural resource management professionals. With an understanding that it is the expertise and dedication of our team that forms the foundation of our reputation for high-quality work, CRA invests in its people and their professional development, and fosters a collaborative environment that emphasizes teamwork. The archaeologists, architectural historians, and historic preservation professionals that CRA employs, many of whom are leaders in their fields, are the core of our success. Cultural Resource Analysts, Inc. employees are required to undergo a background check that includes driving history. CRA reserves the right to perform drug/alcohol testing as a condition of continued employment. Cultural Resource Analysts, Inc. is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Principal Investigator (Evansville, Indiana)

CRA seeks a Principal Investigator to work out of our Evansville, Indiana office.

 

Employment Type: Full-Time

Compensation: $50,000 – $80,000; based on experience

Benefits: Full-time offers:

    • Medical, Vision, Dental, Life (99% of employee medical coverage paid by employer)
    • Flexible Spending Plan offered
    • 401(k) (up to 5% employer matched)
    • Life insurance (100% paid by employer)
    • Supplemental insurance policies offered (short-term disability, cancer, hospitalization)
    • Paid holidays (10 days per year)
    • Paid Time Off (80 hours for Year 1; 120 hours for Year 2; and 160 hours for Year 3), and employees that have been with the company 10 years or more get 5 weeks (200 hours) of PTO
    • Paid Family Leave. The latter would consist of new mothers and fathers both get one week paid leave. New mothers get a “short term disability” benefit that is paid by the company.
    • Professional development stipend ($1,000 per year)
    • Registered Professional Archaeologist (RPA) annual renewal payment for Affiliated status

 

Experience: Minimum 3 years

 

Job Description and Responsibilities:

    • Direct and manage compliance projects for clients in both the public and private sectors, including multiple simultaneous projects;
    • Prepare proposals and budgets, develop scopes of work, oversee projects and manage field crews;
    • Conduct fieldwork for all phases of archaeological monitoring, survey, evaluation, and data recovery, including projects that may require stays away from home;
    • Conduct analyses, interpret analytical data, and prepare technical reports for all phases of fieldwork;
    • Supervise field staff, including review and editing of technical reports; and
    • Contribute to business development and interact with clients in a professional and effective manner.

 

Qualifications:

    • A graduate degree in Anthropology or Archaeology
    • The preferred candidate will have at least 3 years’ experience supervising all phases of archaeological investigation, especially National Register evaluations and mitigation projects, in the Midwest and/or Southeastern United States.
    • Qualification under the Secretary of the Interior Standards (36 CFR 61) in archaeology
    • A demonstrated ability to write clearly and professionally
    • Previous experience writing CRM reports is required
    • Detail oriented, strong organizational skills, and technologically proficient including experience with databases
    • Experience in the preparation of proposals, budgets, and scopes of work
    • Ability to use GPS units and navigate efficiently in remote areas
    • It is imperative that candidates be able to work 8-10 hour days in a variety of field conditions
    • There will be frequent stays away from the office. Hiking, stooping, bending, and lifting are essential functions of this position.
    • Have additional qualifications? Let us know where you excel!

 

Please indicate when you will be available, and submit a resume with three references to the following link:

CRA job application portal

 

If you have questions, please contact Andy Martin via email (amartin@crai-ky.com) or phone (812) 253-3009.

 

CRA has enjoyed over 40 years of being business! For over four decades, CRA has been recognized as one of the most respected, full-service cultural resource consulting firms in the United States. This success is directly attributed to CRA’s retention of an experienced, highly-skilled, multi-disciplinary team of cultural resource management professionals. With an understanding that it is the expertise and dedication of our team that forms the foundation of our reputation for high-quality work, CRA invests in its people and their professional development, and fosters a collaborative environment that emphasizes teamwork. The archaeologists, architectural historians, and historic preservation professionals that CRA employs, many of whom are leaders in their fields, are the core of our success. Cultural Resource Analysts, Inc. employees are required to undergo a background check that includes driving history. CRA reserves the right to perform drug/alcohol testing as a condition of continued employment. Cultural Resource Analysts, Inc. is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Staff Archaeologist (Hurricane, West Virginia)

Cultural Resource Analysts, Inc. (CRA) seeks a Staff Archaeologist with regional experience in the Ohio Valley, including Ohio, West Virginia, Kentucky, and Pennsylvania for a position in our Hurricane, West Virginia office. We are looking for a dedicated professional seeking a permanent, full-time position with the opportunity for advancement. Experience leading field crews and writing technical reports is a requirement for this position.

 

Employment Type: Full-Time

Compensation: $55,000 to $65,000 annually; based on experience

Benefits: Full-time offers:

    • Medical, Vision, Dental, Life (99% of employee medical coverage paid by employer)
    • Flexible Spending Plan offered
    • 401(k) (up to 5% employer matched)
    • Life insurance (100% paid by employer)
    • Supplemental insurance policies offered (short-term disability, cancer, hospitalization)
    • Paid holidays (10 days per year)
    • Paid Time Off (80 hours for Year 1; 120 hours for Year 2; and 160 hours for Year 3), and employees that have been with the company 10 years or more get 5 weeks (200 hours) of PTO
    • Paid Family Leave. The latter would consist of new mothers and fathers both get one week paid leave. New mothers get a “short term disability” benefit that is paid by the company.
    • Professional development stipend ($1,000 per year)
    • Registered Professional Archaeologist (RPA) annual renewal payment for Affiliated status

 

DESCRIPTION

 

Specific skills we are looking for in this position include:

    • Experience in leading crews of archaeological field technicians and conducting phase I archaeological surveys and phase II archaeological evaluations, including shovel testing and excavation.
    • Experience in writing and research associated with phase I and phase II technical reports.
    • A clear understanding of Section 106 and the ability to apply the associated criteria.

 

 Responsibilities:

    • Direct and manage compliance projects for clients in both the public and private sectors.
    • Assist in the development of scopes of work and oversee projects.
    • Conduct pre-field and archival research.
    • Supervise field staff and manage field crews in rugged piedmont and mountain terrain.
    • Conduct fieldwork for archaeological monitoring, survey, and evaluation in rugged piedmont and mountain terrain, including projects that may require stays away from home.
    • Conduct analyses, interpret analytical data, and prepare technical reports for archaeological monitoring, survey, and evaluation.
    • Interact with clients in a professional and effective manner.

 

Qualifications:

    •  A graduate degree in Anthropology;
    •  Qualification under the Secretary of the Interior Standards (48 FR 44716) in archaeology;
    • A minimum of 2 years of experience as a Staff Archaeologist employing the specific skills cited above; and
    • Must have the ability to work 8-to-10-hour days in a variety of field conditions. Stooping, bending, and lifting are essential functions of these positions in rugged Appalachian terrain.

 

Have additional qualifications? Let us know where you excel!

 

Please contact West Virginia Director of Operations Stevan Pullins (spullins@crai-ky.com) with any questions about the position.

 

This is a full-time, salaried position with a competitive benefit package. Salary is dependent upon experience, education, and added skill sets and training. To apply, please indicate when you will be available, and submit resume and three references to the following link: CRA job application portal.

 

You can also apply by sending a letter of interest along with your resume and three professional references to Bridgette Robinson at barobinson@crai-ky.com, or mail to Cultural Resource Analysts, Inc., 151 Walton Avenue, Lexington, KY 40508 ATTN: B. Robinson.

 

For the past four decades, CRA has been recognized as one of the most respected, full-service cultural resource consulting firms in the United States. This success is directly attributed to CRA’s retention of an experienced, highly-skilled, multi-disciplinary team of cultural resource management professionals. With an understanding that it is the expertise and dedication of our team that forms the foundation of our reputation for high-quality work, CRA invests in its people and their professional development, and fosters a collaborative environment that emphasizes teamwork. The archaeologists, architectural historians, and historic preservation professionals that CRA employs, many of whom are leaders in their fields, are the core of our success.

 

Cultural Resource Analysts, Inc. employees are required to undergo a background check that includes driving history. CRA reserves the right to perform drug/alcohol testing as a condition of continued employment. Cultural Resource Analysts, Inc. is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Staff Archaeologist (Knoxville, Tennessee)

Cultural Resource Analysts, Inc. (CRA) is seeking qualified candidates to join our Tennessee office, and we are currently accepting applications for a Staff Archaeologist position. Our Tennessee office is located in downtown Knoxville and was established in 2010 to support clients throughout the southeast. Staff Archaeologist positions are full-time, salaried positions.

 

Employment Type: Full-Time

Compensation: +/- $50,000 annually; based on experience

Benefits: Full-time offers:

    • Medical, Vision, Dental, Life (99% of employee medical coverage paid by employer)
    • Flexible Spending Plan offered
    • 401(k) (up to 5% employer matched)
    • Life insurance (100% paid by employer)
    • Supplemental insurance policies offered (short-term disability, cancer, hospitalization)
    • Paid holidays (10 days per year)
    • Paid Time Off (80 hours for Year 1; 120 hours for Year 2; and 160 hours for Year 3), and employees that have been with the company 10 years or more get 5 weeks (200 hours) of PTO
    • Paid Family Leave. The latter would consist of new mothers and fathers both get one week paid leave. New mothers get a “short term disability” benefit that is paid by the company.
    • Professional development stipend ($1,000 per year)
    • Registered Professional Archaeologist (RPA) annual renewal payment for Affiliated status

 

DESCRIPTION

 

Job Description and Responsibilities:

    • The Staff Archaeologist position is under the direction of a Principal Investigator and will involve participation in the planning and performance of archaeological field projects;
    • Responsibilities will include conducting pre-field research, mobilizing field projects, providing supervision to field technicians, overseeing archaeological field projects, authoring or co-authoring written reports of findings, and completing site forms; and
    • Project types may include archaeological monitoring, survey, evaluation, and data recovery projects, including projects that will require stays away from home.

 

Qualifications:

    • A graduate degree in Anthropology;
    • Qualification under the Secretary of the Interior Standards (48 FR 44716) in archaeology;
    • RPA, or eligible for RPA; and
    • Ability to work in a variety of field conditions, and to navigate efficiently in remote areas.

 

Have additional qualifications? Let us know where you excel!

 

This is a full-time, salaried position with a competitive benefit package. Salary is dependent upon experience, education, and added skill sets and training.  Please indicate when you will be available, and submit resume and three references to the following link: CRA job application portal .

 

Please contact Tennessee Office Director of Operations, Travis Hurdle (twhurdle@crai-ky.com) with any questions about the position.

 

For the past four decades, CRA has been recognized as one of the most respected, full-service cultural resource consulting firms in the United States. This success is directly attributed to CRA’s retention of an experienced, highly-skilled, multi-disciplinary team of cultural resource management professionals. With an understanding that it is the expertise and dedication of our team that forms the foundation of our reputation for high-quality work, CRA invests in its people and their professional development, and fosters a collaborative environment that emphasizes teamwork. The archaeologists, architectural historians, and historic preservation professionals that CRA employs, many of whom are leaders in their fields, are the core of our success.

 

Cultural Resource Analysts, Inc. employees are required to undergo a background check that includes driving history. CRA reserves the right to perform drug/alcohol testing as a condition of continued employment. Cultural Resource Analysts, Inc. is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Staff Archaeologist (Shreveport, Louisiana)

Cultural Resource Analysts, Inc. (CRA) is seeking qualified candidates to join our Louisiana office, and we are currently accepting applications for Staff Archaeologist. Our Louisiana office is located in Shreveport, in the heart of the Ark-La-Tex region, and was established in 2010 to support clients in Louisiana, Texas, Oklahoma, Arkansas, and Mississippi. This is a full-time, salaried position that is eligible for a remote work option.

 

Employment Type: Full-Time

Compensation: $45,375 and $55,660 annually; based on experience

Benefits: Full-time offers:

    • Medical, Vision, Dental, Life (99% of employee medical coverage paid by employer)
    • Flexible Spending Plan offered
    • 401(k) (up to 5% employer matched)
    • Life insurance (100% paid by employer)
    • Supplemental insurance policies offered (short-term disability, cancer, hospitalization)
    • Paid holidays (10 days per year)
    • Paid Time Off (80 hours for Year 1; 120 hours for Year 2; and 160 hours for Year 3), and employees that have been with the company 10 years or more get 5 weeks (200 hours) of PTO
    • Paid Family Leave. The latter would consist of new mothers and fathers both get one week paid leave. New mothers get a “short term disability” benefit that is paid by the company.
    • Professional development stipend ($1,000 per year)
    • Registered Professional Archaeologist (RPA) annual renewal payment for Affiliated status

 

Experience: Minimum 3 years; PhD or MA in anthropology preferred

 

DESCRIPTION

 

CRA is seeking qualified candidates for a Staff Archaeologist position in our Shreveport, Louisiana, office.  The ideal candidate will have a PhD or MA in anthropology with a minimum of 3 years of supervisory experience in cultural resource contracting, and will meet the Secretary of the Interior’s Standards (36 CFR Part 61) for archaeology. Other qualifications include excellent writing and verbal communication skills, strong organizational skills, and technological proficiency that includes some experience with GIS and relational databases. Qualified applicants will be registered with the Register of Professional Archaeologists, or will be eligible for RPA registration. It is imperative that candidates be able to work 8 to 10 hour days in a variety of field conditions. Stooping, bending, and lifting are essential functions of this position.

 

This is a full-time, salaried position with a competitive benefit package. Salary is dependent upon experience, education, and added skill sets and training.  Please indicate when you will be available, and submit resume and three references to the following link: CRA job application portal .

 

Please contact Louisiana Office Director of Operations, Jay Gray (jwgray@crai-ky.com) with any questions about the position.

 

For the past four decades, CRA has been recognized as one of the most respected, full-service cultural resource consulting firms in the United States. This success is directly attributed to CRA’s retention of an experienced, highly-skilled, multi-disciplinary team of cultural resource management professionals. With an understanding that it is the expertise and dedication of our team that forms the foundation of our reputation for high-quality work, CRA invests in its people and their professional development, and fosters a collaborative environment that emphasizes teamwork. The archaeologists, architectural historians, and historic preservation professionals that CRA employs, many of whom are leaders in their fields, are the core of our success.

 

Cultural Resource Analysts, Inc. employees are required to undergo a background check that includes driving history. Post-employment drug screening may be expected based on client expectations and contract requirements.