Idaho Department of Transportation
Idaho Transportation Department
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Are you ready to make a difference for the citizens of Idaho while working for an award-winning state agency?
The Idaho Transportation Department (ITD) is currently recruiting a Senior Environmental Planner (Architectural Historian) to provide environmental support for transportation projects. This position is located at ITD Headquarters in Boise, ID. Experience in architectural history is required.
The incumbents in this position will work as members of a team of environmental and engineering professionals to deliver Federal-aid and State-aid, highway, bridge and other transportation construction projects (linear) in Idaho. This position will focus on completing the environmental processes required to deliver and construct statewide projects. This position requires working in a deadline driven environment, balancing multiple priorities, and engaging in complex problem solving while providing support to operational staff in environmental compliance.
Occasional fieldwork and travel may be required.
Note: A driver’s license record’s check is required before a final job offer is made.
Example of Duties
Provide project document quality control; reviewing for sufficiency, technical accuracy and compliance with ITD procedures and federal regulatory requirements;
Makes determinations of National Register of Historic Places eligibility and project effect on historic properties.
Serve as technical support to the Federal Highway Administration, ITD or local government staff in environmental resource areas, including Cultural Resources.
Coordinate with the State/Tribal Historic Preservation Office, federal agencies, tribal staff, consulting parties, and consultant firms as needed.
Review, recommend, author, and implement procedures, policy and guidance.
Review, interpret and recommend comments on proposed rulemaking.
Conduct compliance monitoring.
Develop process improvement and/or streamlining tools.
Develop or support training and/or presentations.
Develop and negotiate interagency agreements.
Implement and track performance measures and reporting.
Manage consultant agreements and contracts as needed.
Complete in-house production work (fieldwork and reports) as needed.
Expect to work on both projects and program level activities.
As an independent peer reviewer, provide project document quality control, review for sufficiency, technical accuracy and compliance with ITD procedures and state and federal regulatory requirements.
Provide project document quality control; reviewing for sufficiency, technical accuracy and compliance with ITD procedures and federal regulatory requirements.
Considerable knowledge of:
Environmental concepts and principles
Environmental planning methods and impacts associated with transportation project location, design, and construction; methods involved in collecting, analyzing, and organizing data
Some knowledge of:
Engineering concepts relating to environmental planning
Making public presentations of technical study findings
Developing plans for mitigation measures
Valid Driver’s License
To apply for this job email your details to CAREERS@itd.idaho.gov