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Posted: 09/15/2011

State of Vermont
Vermont Division for Historic Preservation

The Division for Historic Preservation is the public agency designated to be the advocate for historic and prehistoric properties in Vermont. The state has a rich heritage of historic resources, ranging from 10,000-year-old Native American sites to rambling 19th century farm complexes, to railroad-spawned villages of the 1870s, to gleaming streamlined diners built to serve auto-borne patrons of the 1930s. Each of these buildings, structures, and sites is important for what it can tell us about our history.

(Temporary) State Architectural Historian
Professional Opportunity
Montpelier, VT


The position of Temporary State Architectural Historian will focus on three program areas, although other duties may be assigned in keeping with the job specification for this position: the National Register, the State Register, and Project Review (sometimes called Environmental Review).

Position Start Date: As soon as possible.

Position End Date: At least four months from start date, with the potential for employment through January 2013, depending on funding.

Minimum Qualifications

Education: Master's degree in architectural history, art history, historic preservation, or a related field.

Experience: Four years at or above a technical level in an historic preservation program, preferably including supervisory and planning experience.

OPen until
Until Filled

How to apply
All applications must be submited online through the Vermont Department of Human Resources. Position Reference #28972.
Giovanna Peebles
Phone: (802) 828-3050
1 National Life Drive
Floor 6
Montpelier, VT 05620

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