ASM Affiliates (ASM) seeks qualified applicants for full-time positions in its Honolulu and Hilo offices. Positions available include senior supervisory, GIS specialist, cultural specialist, and architectural historian.
Minimum requirements for the advertised positions are as follows:
Senior supervisory position (Honolulu):
Ph.D. or M.A. in Anthropology/Archaeology;
Experience in Hawaiian/Pacific Island archaeology sufficient to meet requirements set forth in HAR 13-13-281;
Minimum 10 years private sector CRM experience, with a record of increasing responsibility, including minimum 5 years of experience as Project Manager;
Ability to manage multiple projects and staff members simultaneously;
Experience in cost estimating, project budgeting, and successful proposal writing;
Knowledge of federal and state regulatory compliance procedures;
Excellent writing and communications skills.
GIS specialist (Hilo or Honolulu):
Undergraduate degree or higher in anthropology, archaeology, computer science, geography, geology, environmental science or another related field. GIS certification is a plus.
Experience managing, handling, processing, and analyzing GIS, GPS, and other geospatial data.
Experience working with field data collected through GPS, including preparation, processing, and post-processing. Experience with Trimble Terrrasync, Trimble Pathfinder, Garmin handhelds,Garmin BaseCamp, and other GNSS equipment/software preferred
Experience using ESRI’s ArcMap desktop 10.X, ArcCatalog, ArcGISOnline (AGOL), in combination with ESRI’s Survey 123 & Collector apps.
Ability to produce visually aesthetic figures, and high-quality data products for professional reports and presentations.
Cultural specialist (Hilo or Honolulu):
Undergraduate degree or higher in Hawaiian studies, Hawaiian history, anthropology, or a related field.
Knowledge of Hawaiian culture and history, and advanced writing and communications skills.
Ability to read, pronounce, understand, and translate Hawaiian language resources.
Experience conducting archival research and oral history interviews.
Ability to work through complex and culturally sensitive projects and issues with attention to detail.
Familiarity with the OEQC Guidelines for Assessing Cultural Impacts and Hawai‘i Revised Statutes 343.
Architectural Historian (Hilo or Honolulu):
Must meet the Secretary of the Interiors Professional Qualification Standards in Architectural History.
M.A. or higher in Historic Preservation (or concentration therein) or Architectural History preferred.
Minimum two years experience conducting archival research and building evaluations to develop historic contexts and site-specific histories in compliance with Section 106 of the National Historic Preservation Act.
Prior work experience in Hawaii preferred, with demonstrated ability in preparing RLS and ILS forms and projects conducted in compliance with Hawaiʻi state regulations.
Ability to perform efficiently in a team environment as well as work independently in a fast-paced environment.
For all positions, Hawaiian language (reading and/or speaking) skills are desirable but not required. Some off-island travel may be necessary. Clean driving record and Hawaiʻi driver’s license required.
ASM is an equal opportunity employer. We are a full-service, employee-owned heritage management firm with a focus on community-based research. Salary will be commensurate with experience and will include a benefits package. Positions will be open until filled. Please send resume and cover letter to Matthew Clark, M.A., Director ASM Hilo, firstname.lastname@example.org