PS&S is an award-winning "one-stop shop" of architecture and engineering excellence. The depth and breadth of our expertise has helped PS&S grow into a firm of more than 275 professionals offering multi-disciplined, full-service architecture, engineering, design and environmental consulting services.We offer a single source for planning, design and regulatory compliance services on diverse projects across a number of market segments -- education, energy/utilities, hospitality/entertainment, infrastructure/public improvement, real estate and science/technology. Our ability to present virtually all engineering disciplines side by side with our architectural services allows us to respond, quickly and efficiently, to clients' unique needs. Having proudly served a sophisticated client base operating in numerous industries, we know the importance of developing the most on-time, cost-effective and high-quality solutions to the most difficult client challenges. Our success is measured by the success of our clients; the success of each project is our number one priority.
PS&S is looking for cultural resource specialists to join our growing cultural resource management department. We conduct archaeological, historic architectural and preservation planning studies assisting clients with regulatory compliance, permitting and historic preservation needs throughout the Northeast and Mid-Atlantic.
At Master's degree or Ph.D. in
- Anthropology or geography with a concentration in archaeology, archaeological studies, architectural history, or historic preservation, as well as demonstrated writing and field experience
- General knowledge of applicable federal and state regulations are required.
- Multidisciplinary education and experience, particularly in the sciences, is a big plus.