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Posted: 03/29/2013

Employer
National Park Service
Cultural Resources, Alaska Regional Office


Position
Engineering Technician (Drafting)
AKRO864293DEKD
Type
Internship Opportunity
Location
Anchorage, AK
Details
$21.43/hr
 

You will perform architectural duties associated with the identification, research, planning, field recordation and drafting of historic structures.  You will perform architectural duties associated with field documentation, drafting and limited design of historic structures that are diverse in design, materials, and composition and may exist in diverse climactic, geographic, and environmental conditions.  You will develop and maintain liaisons and effective working relations with related groups and individuals, agencies, and the public in order to encourage and facilitate cooperative regional management strategies. Specific tasks include, but are not limited to:

Conduct on-site investigations of historic structures and/or sites.

  • Conduct historic structure research projects related to the documentation, analysis and evaluation, and treatment of historic buildings.
  • Prepares field sketches which are transferred into architectural design software.
  • May assist with program management duties by developing schedules, scopes of work, cost estimates to justify funding requests and accomplish goals.
OPen until
04/03/2013

How to apply
Visit USAjobs.gov for application instructions. Search for the position by location or reference number listed above.
Grant Crosby
Phone: 907-644-3463
ADDRESS
National Park Service
240 West 5th Avenue
Anchorage, AK 99501

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