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Posted: 12/28/2012

Employer
Building Conservation Associates, Inc.

BCA is a private consulting firm specializing in architectural materials conservation and historic preservation. BCA provides technical materials consulting and historic preservation planning services to architects, private institutions, developers, buildings owners, museums and government agencies. BCA is headquartered in New York City and has offices in New England (Dedham, Massachusetts) and Philadelphia.


Position
Architectural Conservator
Type
Professional Opportunity
Location
New York, NY
Details
 

Building Conservation Associates, Inc. (BCA) seeks an Architectural Conservator to join the technical staff in our New York office. The Conservator will participate in a range of activities related to the assessment and conservation of historic buildings, including historical research, field investigation, materials testing, report writing, preparation of construction documents, and project monitoring.

 

 

Candidates applying for this position should have a graduate level degree in architectural conservation or be able to provide comprehensive documentation of equivalent experience. The successful individual will be either a recent graduate or have 1-2 years experience in the field.  Demonstrated proficiency in AutoCAD is highly desirable.

 

OPen until
01/25/2013

How to apply
Interested individuals should email a resume, cover letter, and writing sample to Claudia Kavenagh, Director of the New York office of BCA, at: ckavenagh@bcausa.com Building Conservation Associates, Inc. is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
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