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Are you ready for challenging work? A chance to manage important projects? An environment that is performance based? We are looking for a SENIOR CULTURAL RESOURCES MANAGER. We want professionals who like accountability, take pride in their work, thrive in a casual growing company atmosphere, value learning, and understand teamwork. At Chambers Group (, you will find a fast-paced, high-energy work environment that will challenge you technically and develop you professionally. We offer competitive salaries and benefits (medical, dental, vision, 401k). You will use your project management skills and work closely with clients. We value a strong and close-knit collegial atmosphere. There are opportunities for bonuses now and equity ownership in 4-5 years. We are an environmental consulting firm headquartered in Irvine, CA with branch offices in Redlands, San Diego, Sacramento and Reno, NV. Duties and Responsibilities include a minimum of 15 years experience in the cultural resources field, including 5 years of staff management. The successful candidate will have demonstrated success in developing and managing large and small projects without supervision at a senior level. Projects will involve prehistoric and historical archaeology, architectural history, paleontology and ethnology, therefore experience with federal and state regulatory agencies and experience in regulatory consultation in support of commercial customers is required.Masters degree required. RPA is important. Strong business skills required in departmental development, business development, budget and schedule management and client relationships. Staff management overseeing a diverse group of cultural resource specialists and supervision of cultural staff situated within 4 offices in the Western United States is required. Will serve as senior member of the operations management team in planning for strategic penetration of markets and deployment of resources. Some travel is required. Resume and salary history to EEO Employer. Application deadline is June 30, 2006.