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Posted: 08/11/2011

Employer
Indiana Landmarks
Eastern Regional Office

Indiana Landmarks revitalizes communities, reconnects us to our heritage, and saves meaningful places.


Position
Community Preservation Specialist
Type
Professional Opportunity
Location
Cambridge City, IN
Details
$33,000 - $36,000
 

POSITION: Community Preservation Specialist, Full-time, salaried, permanent

The Community Preservation Specialist (CPS) helps the Eastern Regional Director carry out Indiana Landmarks preservation efforts. The CPS identifies threatened properties and assists with developing strategies and action plans for saving them. The CPS provides technical assistance to stakeholders, serves as an advocate for endangered structures, and educates communities about the value of historic preservation. The CPS manages the administrative functions of the regional office and assists with membership activities and fundraising. Additionally, as part of the Eastern Regional Office the CPS oversees the day to day operations of the National Road Heritage Site at the Huddleston Farmhouse, and serves as the executive director of the Indiana National Road Association.

PRESERVATION DUTIES FOR THE EASTERN REGIONAL OFFICE

• Help identify endangered structures within the region; work with the regional director to determine the significance of the structures and what strategies, if any, the organization should undertake to preserve them; design and implement action plans to save them.

• Provide technical support to local preservation commissions, government officials, community organizations, and other groups and individuals interested in preserving historic structures.

• Help the regional director with the creation and growth of local historic preservation organizations and commissions while assisting such organizations in reviewing certificates of appropriateness, serving as a liaison with property owners, providing training, and assisting with other preservation-related operations.

• Manage the administrative functions of the regional office; maintain office supplies, oversee contracts, handle billing and invoicing, etc.

• Perform other related duties and responsibilities as directed.

NATIONAL ROAD HERITAGE SITE DUTIES

• Plan, implement and promote the National Road Heritage Site’s educational programs to visitors, volunteers, and community stakeholders.

• Help maintain the National Road Heritage Site building and grounds.

• Develop, train, and manage volunteer corps to interpret site for visitors

INDIANA NATIONAL ROAD ASSOCIATION DUTIES

• Serve as Executive Director of the Indiana National Road Association (INRA)

• Provide organizational support and guidance for the INRA Board of Directors to carry out programs and projects

• Coordinate the efforts of INRA with the National Road Alliance and strengthen its role with the National Scenic Byways Program

• Monitor INRA’s sustainability; seek, apply for, and monitor grants; assist with promotional and fundraising activities.

EDUCATION AND/OR EXPERIENCE

To perform this job successfully, an individual must have the following education and/or experience.

Bachelor’s degree in historic preservation or a related field and three to five years of experience in historic preservation (with a thorough understanding of preservation techniques and principles), community development/organizing, and administration.

OPen until
none given

How to apply
Send resume to: J.P. Hall Director, Eastern Regional Office Indiana Landmarks P.O. Box 284 Cambridge City, IN 47327 Or email to: jphall@indianalandmarks.org No Phone Calls Please
J.P. Hall
ADDRESS
PO Box 284
Cambridge City, IN 47327

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