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Posted: 04/08/2013

Employer
Main Street Arkansas/Arkansas Historic Preservation Program


Position
Main Street Preservation Services & Design Coordinator
22092694
Type
Professional Opportunity
Location
Little Rock, AR
Uni
Details
 

.  The Arkansas Historic Preservation Program, an agency of the Department of Arkansas Heritage is seeking a DAH Program Coordinator to provide preservation services and exterior design assistance to Main Street Arkansas and Arkansas Downtown Network programs through telephone and email consultations, site visits, written recommendations, façade drawings and PowerPoint presentations.  Position will also advise and consult with building professionals, constituents and government agency representatives providing technical assistance regarding the proper methods and materials for maintenance, restoration and rehabilitation work to historic buildings, structures and sites in accordance with the Secretary of the Interiors Standards for Rehabilitation; Assist in training and monitoring of executive directors, design committees, building and property owners and merchants in Main Street Arkansas and Arkansas Downtown Network cities in preservation rehabilitation and design. 

Minimum qualifications: Bachelors degree in historic preservation, history, English, education general business, public administration or related field; plus two years experience in specific program area. 

Preferred qualifications: Bachelors degree in architecture, historic preservation or related field. 

OPen until
04/22/2013

How to apply
Apply online at: www.arstatejobs.com
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