CAREER OPPORTUNITIES

POSITION: ARCHITECTURAL HISTORIAN / CULTURAL RESOURCES PLANNER

LOCATION: San Francisco, San Jose, Sacramento, or Los Angeles

POSITION: ARCHITECTURAL HISTORIAN / CULTURAL RESOURCES PLANNER

Page & Turnbull, one of California’s first architecture and cultural resources firms to focus its practice on
historic preservation and adaptive reuse, is looking for a passionate architectural historian/cultural
resources planner. Our mission is: “We imagine change in historic and contemporary environments to
cultivate thriving, sustainable, and resilient communities. We are visionary architects, historians, and
planners who explore the nuances of place and history to shape a better and more equitable future. We
thrive on creativity and collaboration that incorporates the best of the old and the new. We value
authenticity and mutual respect in our work and relationships.”

POSITION AT A GLANCE

We are hiring a mid-level position at any of our offices in California: San Francisco, San Jose, Sacramento, or
Los Angeles. We work in a hybrid work environment, so proximity to one of the offices is required. We are
looking for an Architectural Historian/Cultural Resources Planner with a graduate degree in architectural
history, historic preservation, planning, or related field. Applicants must have approximately 4 to 7 years of
directly related professional experience. Experience with the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA)
and NHPA Section 106 consultation process is required, which involves proposed project review and
applying the Secretary of the Interior’s Standards for the Treatment of Historic Properties. Experience with
Historic Context Statements, Historic Preservation Plans, General Plans and Specific Plans, and other
advanced planning deliverables is desired. Experience as a project manager is a plus, but not required.

YOUR CONTRIBUTION IS IMPORTANT

We strive to have a meaningful impact on historic places in California and beyond. With your research
ability, outstanding communication skills, and knowledge of National and California Register evaluation
criteria and the Secretary of the Interior’s Standards for the Treatment of Historic Properties, you will help
to produce exceptional deliverables. You will work directly with a talented 11-person Cultural Resources
Studio team and often collaborate with the Architecture and Preservation Technology studios. You’ll
immediately work on an exciting variety of historic projects encompassing a range of size and property
types.

THE NUTS & BOLTS

• Perform digital and traditional historic research.

• Visit sites and document existing conditions.

• Review architectural project drawings and recommend design improvements that align with historic
preservation best practices.

• Prepare CEQA Historic Resource Evaluations/Assessments, National Register/California Register
nominations, Historic Context Statements, Historic Resources Surveys, Project Impact Analyses, Historic
American Building Survey (HABS) documentation, Cultural Resources chapters of CEQA Environmental
Impact Reports, NHPA Section 106 consultation services, Federal Tax Certification Documentation,
Historic Resources Elements of General Plans and Specific Plans, Historic Preservation Plans, Design
Guidelines, interpretive programs, and architectural design/entitlements consultation.

• Enhance projects through mapping and clear illustrations, using GIS, Adobe InDesign, and/or Adobe
Illustrator.

Rewards/Benefits/Compensation:

• Hybrid work schedule

• Friendly and collegial atmosphere

• Medical, Dental and Vision benefits

• FSA/Flexible Spending Account

• Employer paid long-term disability and life insurance plans

• Nine paid holidays (includes one floating holiday)

• Paid vacation

• Sick leave

• 401k Retirement Plan plus discretionary employer contribution

• Discretionary profit-sharing contribution

• Commuter Checks program

Salary is commensurate with experience. Page & Turnbull is an Equal Opportunity Employer and a participant in the Federal E-Verify program.

To Apply:

If you have a passion for preservation, architecture, and design and want to work with smart and collaborative people who are dedicated to their craft and who understand that work satisfaction is an important part of our life, then please send a letter of interest, resume, and work samples in PDF format to resume@page-turnbull.com.

To make sure your information gets reviewed in a timely fashion, add “P&T – ARCHITECTURAL HISTORIAN / CULTURAL RESOURCES PLANNER” in the subject heading.

POSITION: Project Manager

LOCATION: San Francisco/San Jose

Page & Turnbull is an award-winning firm of Architects and Cultural Resource Specialists who have a passion for conserving historic places and reimagining them for the way we live today. With offices in San Francisco, Los Angeles, Sacramento and San Jose, we’re growing and hope to have a meaningful impact on historic places in California and beyond.

Our ideal candidate is creative, curious about the past and passionate about the role of design in shaping the future of our built environment. You are a leader with strong organizational skills, resourcefulness and critical thinking, as well as a passion for mentorship and collaboration. As a creative and engaged member of our team you will have ample opportunity to hone your technical and creative toolkit and support for your professional growth. You will lead challenging historic preservation and adaptive reuse design and consulting teams, interfacing directly with Clients and communities.

Our team is committed to taking care of our people and building an inclusive, equitable and fun workplace. We are proud to support our team with a robust benefits package and we support mentorship, professional development, and community involvement for all of our team members.

YOUR CONTRIBUTION IS IMPORTANT

With your enthusiasm and strong organizational and time management skills, you would have an immediate role in leading a variety of challenging historic projects encompassing a range of sizes and property types.

Primary responsibilities include:

• Developing and managing project work plans, budgets, & schedules.

• Preparing a variety of studies and reports, including, but not limited to Design Studies, Existing Conditions Assessments, Feasibility Studies, Code Analysis, and Historic Structure Reports.

• Preparing Contract Documents.

• Lead permitting and entitlements processes

• Managing collaborative teams for large projects and working individually on smaller projects simultaneously.

• Serving as the primary point of contact for clients.

• Supervising and mentoring junior staff.

QUALIFICATIONS

• Professional degree in Architecture

• 8+ years professional experience

• Knowledge of code and accessibility requirements and demonstrated ability to guide projects through permitting and entitlements processes

• Ability to communicate clearly and persuasively through verbal, written and graphic communication formats

• Project and task planning skills – ability to evaluate, prioritize and delegate multiple important tasks

• Strong critical thinking, professional judgement and decision-making skills

• Proficiency with REVIT preferred, understanding of capabilities, requirements on project documentation strategy required

PREFERRED QUALITIES

• Licensed architect

• Knowledge of sustainable design principles and LEED accreditation

• Established knowledge of accounting and project management software

• Commitment to participation in a professional organization

Rewards/Benefits/Compensation:

• Hybrid work schedule

• Friendly and collegial atmosphere

• Medical, Dental and Vision benefits

• FSA/Flexible Spending Account

• Employer paid long-term disability and life insurance plans

• Nine paid holidays (includes one floating holiday)

• Paid vacation

• Sick leave

• 401k Retirement Plan plus discretionary employer contribution

• Discretionary profit-sharing contribution

• Commuter Checks program

Salary is commensurate with experience. Page & Turnbull is an Equal Opportunity Employer and a participant in the Federal E-Verify program.

To Apply:

If you have a passion for preservation, architecture, and design and want to work with smart and collaborative people who are dedicated to their craft and who understand that work satisfaction is an important part of our life, then please send a letter of interest, resume, and work samples in PDF format to resume@page-turnbull.com.

To make sure your information gets reviewed in a timely fashion, add “P&T [San Jose or San Francisco] – Project Manager” in the subject heading.