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Tetra Tech EC, Inc. is currently seeking a motivated junior- to mid-level Archaeologist/Cultural Resource Specialist for the Irvine, California office which is primarily focused on work in the renewable and traditional energy arenas (solar, wind, hydropower, and transmission lines). The candidate will have 2 to 7 years experience in environmental consulting as an Archaeologist/Cultural Resource Specialist with an emphasis in NEPA and CEQA projects. Project experience in the Western states required. The candidate will have experience in all aspects of cultural resources management projects including field research and database searches, data collection and analysis, regulatory agency and tribal consultations, writing technical reports and management/mitigation plans. Experience in planning, executing, and managing cultural resources studies and surveys for energy-related projects highly desired. Working knowledge of NHPA, NEPA, CEQA and SEPA, and other applicable laws a must. The candidate must be able to work on fast-paced projects and with multi-disciplined teams in order to meet client expectations. Strong problem-solving skills, demonstrated excellent technical writing/editing ability, good interpersonal communication and oral presentation skills, and exceptional attention to details, planning, organizing, and quality are essential. The candidate will have a Bachelor's degree in related discipline. A master's degree and working relationships with state and federal agencies a plus.

Tetra Tech EC, Inc. is an Equal Opportunity Employer and we value team-oriented workplace and workforce diversity. We invite resumes from all interested parties including women, minorities, veterans and persons with disabilities. Tetra Tech offers their employees a comprehensive compensation package and the opportunity to work on large scale government projects. Please visit our website at or to see the array of services that we provide and exciting projects we are currently working on. Candidates who are interested in joining our dynamic team should submit a resume to Tetra Tech EC at Resumes should include salary requirements.

Tetra Tech EC, Inc. has emerged as a premier provider of support to a variety of renewable (solar and wind) energy developers nationwide. Tetra Tech EC, Inc. in-house staff members provide a full suite of consulting services, from initial siting and permitting phases through post-construction surveys. We achieve success in the renewable energy arena because we understand the regulatory environment. For more than three decades, Tetra Tech EC, Inc. has successfully assisted hundreds of energy clients with federal permitting and National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) compliance issues. Our regulatory expertise also covers state- and local-level regulations and permits including CEQA documentation. Our project teams have provided licensing/permitting support for thousands of miles of linear infrastructure development in 47 states, including more than 6,500 miles of electric transmission lines. This experience has taught us how to overcome regulatory pitfalls that cause costly project delays. We are able to assist our clients with simple, straightforward local permitting processes, and we have the depth of resources, experience, and knowledge to develop and manage complex state siting processes or assessments under NEPA or CEQA.

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