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Architectural Historian Intern (Paid) 

02-24-2020 16:16

Deadline: May 01, 2020
Offered By (Name of Organization): AECOM
Location (City, State): Germantown, MD 20876
Type: Internship
Salary: Not Provided
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Please include a brief (1-2 paragraph) description of the position: Job Summary:

AECOM is actively seeking a highly motivated Architectural Historian Intern for employment in the Germantown, MD office. AECOM is searching for candidates that has the ability to be a role model, be client-focused, be impactful and be decisive.

Imagine working on rewarding projects within a diverse culture and having access to exceptional training and career development opportunities. Working at AECOM means being part of a global team, working with award-winning professionals across the world. Aspire to be a key player on some of the best projects regionally, with opportunities to work on projects nationally or internationally. Our people bring deep industry knowledge to help you succeed.

The responsibilities of this position include, but are not limited to:

  • The architectural historian internship is designed to introduce and build essential, hands on skills that differ from or build upon those attained in the academic arena and help to enhance the transition from student to professional.
  • The architectural historian intern will be assigned duties that will provide a broad, well-rounded learning experience within the historic preservation consulting career path. These duties may include field survey, historic research, data management, report and site form writing, application of the Secretary of the Interior Standards for Rehabilitation, and tasks related to National Historic Preservation Act Section 106 consultation and National Environmental Policy Act environmental assessments.

Minimum Requirements:

  • At least one year of graduate studies in historic preservation, architectural history, or a closely related field or two years of undergraduate studies in historic preservation, architectural history, or a closely related field.
Preferred Qualifications:

  • Coursework in architectural history and U.S. historic preservation policy.
  • Strong writing ability.

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