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Posted: 08/03/2010

City of St. Louis
Planning and Urban Design Agency

The open position is in the Cultural Resources Office, a section of the Planning and Urban Design Agency. The CRO is responsible for the designation of historic districts and landmarks; will administer federal and local regulations pertaining to construction, alteration and demolition of structures in historic districts and structures that are designated as landmarks; provide design review construction of public places; maintain the status of the CRO as a Certified Local Government; and provide assistance to the Preservation Board.

Cultural Resources Director
Professional Opportunity
St. Louis, MO
$72.202 - $107,822

The City of St. Louis is seeking an experienced, well-organized, and dedicated individual with management experience and experience in administering federal and preferably local historic preservation regulations to serve as the full-time Cultural Resources Director. The Director will oversee a high volume of building permit reviews, Section 106 reviews, mitigation reports, urban design research and field studies; will make recommendations regarding historic districts and permit applicant appeals, provide technical preservation assistance in the form of advice and design review to property owners, developers, public officials and organizations involved in preservation projects; and other duties.

  • Requires a Bachelor's degree in Architecture, Urban Design, Historic Preservation, or a related field;
  • and five years of professional experience in historic/architectural preservation, urban design, or a related field, including two years in a management capacity;
  • or an equivalent combination.
  • Requires skill in developing strong working relationships with diverse constituencies including the general public, public officials, allied organizations, design, construction and real estate development community, and the media.
  • Working knowledge of GIS software and proficiency in MS Office.
  • Extensive knowledge of the historic preservation field and the ability to understand and articulate position on complex preservation issues, including community development, planning, neighborhood / downtown revitalization, business, and/or real estate development is an asset.
  • OPen until
    none given

    How to apply
    Visit the City web site at www.stlouiscity.com and link to Jobs with the City. It is necessary to submit an offical employment application in order to be considered. For more information, telephone 314-622-4308.
    Karen Graflage
    Phone: (314) 622-4308
    Department of Personnel
    1114 Market St. Room 700
    St. Louis, MO 63101

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