CAREER OPPORTUNITIES

POSITION: Architectural Historian/Cultural Resources

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

Page & Turnbull, one of California’s first architecture and cultural resources planning firms to focus its practice on historic preservation, is looking for a passionate architectural historian/cultural resources planner. Our mission statement 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.”

THE POSITION AT A GLANCE

We are hiring for an Architectural Historian/Cultural Resources Planner 1 position at any of our offices in California: San Francisco, Los Angeles, Sacramento, or San Jose. We work in a hybrid work environment, so proximity to one of the offices is required. The Planner 1 position requires a graduate degree in architectural history, historic preservation, or related field and 2 to 4 years of professional experience in the field. Secretary of the Interior’s Professional Qualifications Standards in Architectural History or History is required. Familiarity with the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) and experience producing the project types listed in this posting is preferred.

YOUR CONTRIBUTION IS IMPORTANT

We strive to have a meaningful impact on historic places in California and beyond. You will help us produce exceptional deliverables. You will work directly with a talented 11-person Cultural Resources Planning Studio team and will collaborate with the Architecture and Preservation Technology studios. You will immediately work on an exciting variety of historic projects encompassing a range of sizes and property types.

THE NUTS & BOLTS

  • Perform digital and traditional historic research
  • Possess knowledge of American architectural styles, National Register criteria for evaluation, and the Secretary of the Interior’s Standards for the Treatment of Historic Properties
  • Visit sites and document existing conditions
  • Write architectural descriptions
  • Use InDesign, Illustrator, and other graphics programs
  • Work on a variety of projects, including: Environmental Review & Historic Documentation: CEQA Historic Resource Evaluations, Secretary of the Interior’s Standards Project Analyses, HABS documentation, NHPA Section 106 consultation, interpretive programming; City & Urban Planning: Historic Context Statements, historic resource surveys, General Plans, Specific Plans, Long Range Development Plans; and Architecture Projects: Architectural design consultation, Federal Tax Certification Documentation.

WHAT PAGE & TURNBULL OFFERS

In addition to a collegial workplace, we offer a competitive salary; health, dental and vision insurance; paid vacation and holidays; professional development opportunities; 401K participation; and other benefits. We value a work life balance. Page & Turnbull is very supportive of participation in professional and community organizations including the California Preservation Foundation, Docomomo, San Francisco Heritage, Los Angeles Conservancy, American Planning Association (APA), the American Institute of Architects (AIA), and others.

To Apply:

If you have a passion for historic places, architecture, and planning and want to work with smart, dedicated, and collaborative people who understand that work satisfaction is an important part 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 [Preferred City] – Architectural Historian/Cultural Resources Planner 1 Position” in the subject heading.

Salary is commensurate with experience. Annual salary for the Architectural Historian/Planner 1 position ranges from $68,355 to $85,995. Page & Turnbull is an Equal Opportunity Employer and a participant in the Federal E-Verify program.

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POSITION: Project Manager

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

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. All offices are looking for a Project Manager/Project Architect – someone with a professional degree in architecture and 8+ years of professional architectural experience.

The Project Manager leads challenging historic preservation and adaptive reuse design and consulting teams, interfacing directly with clients and communities.

YOUR CONTRIBUTION IS IMPORTANT

We’re growing and hope to have a meaningful impact on historic places in California and beyond. 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.
  • Assuming project manager and/or project architect role on architecture projects, as prime or sub consultant.
  • Preparing contract documents.
  • Collaboratively managing teams for large projects and working individually on smaller projects simultaneously.
  • Managing client communication.
  • Supervising/mentoring junior staff.

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 [Preferred City] – PROJECT MANAGER” in the subject heading.

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POSITION: Job Captain

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

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. We’re looking for Job Captains, with a professional degree in architecture and 3-5 years of professional architectural experience, to assist on a variety of exciting projects at all offices.

The Job Captain supports all phases of architectural services including condition assessment, programming, site/building analysis and planning, concept design, construction documents, and construction administration.

YOUR CONTRIBUTION IS IMPORTANT

We’re growing and hope to have a meaningful impact on historic places in California and beyond. With your creativity, outstanding communication and organizational skills, and BIM wizardry, you will help us produce exceptional deliverables (to our client’s delight). You get to interface with talented consultants and bridge the knowledge/skill gap between Project Managers and junior/production staff. Our offices are handling numerous projects – you would immediately work on an exciting variety of historic projects encompassing a range of size and property types.

Primary responsibilities include:

  • Perform architectural building surveys and condition assessments. Review historic drawings and documents.
  • Write and compile feasibility and existing conditions studies.
  • Lead the production of conceptual design packages and construction documents.
  • Coordinate technical consultants’ work.
  • Coordinate and in some cases write specifications.
  • Assist Project Managers with quality control, meeting documentation, and coordination.
  • Assist with the permitting and project approvals processes.
  • Perform construction administration services (review submittals and requests for information, attend OAC meetings, complete and document site walks.)

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 [Preferred City] – JOB CAPTAIN POSITION” in the subject heading.