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Posted: 05/23/2013

Employer
Ohio Historical Society
Ohio Historic Preservation Office

Mission The Ohio Historical Society's mission is to spark discovery of Ohio history! We help people connect with Ohio’s past to understand the present and create a better future. Our Core Values Are: · Authenticity – Valuing “real stuff” and true stories of history · Collaboration – Pursuing teamwork and sharing authority and responsibility · Relevance ­­­– Addressing the “so what?” of history for the diverse people of Ohio · Stewardship – Protecting the evidence of Ohio history The Ohio Historic Preservation Office is the official historic preservation agency of the State of Ohio. It has developed since 1967 when the Ohio Historical Society was designated to manage responsibilities delegated to the state by Congress in the National Historic Preservation Act of 1966. The Ohio Historic Preservation Office: •prepares and distributes a state historic preservation plan, •identifies historic places and archaeological sites, •nominates eligible properties to the National Register of Historic Places, •reviews rehabilitation work to income-producing National Register properties for federal investment tax credits, •consults on significance and proposed federally-assisted projects for effects on historic, architectural, and archaeological resources, •qualifies communities for the Certified Local Government program and administers matching grants to them, •consults on the conservation of buildings and sites, and •offers educational programs and publications. Headquartered in Columbus, the office has a staff of archaeologists, historians, architectural historians, a historical architect, and others with professional expertise in preservation-related fields. The office is funded in part by an annual grant from the U.S. Department of the Interior's Historic Preservation Fund. The Ohio Historical Society, State of Ohio, and other public and private sources match the federal funds.


Position
Project Reviews Manager
Type
Professional Opportunity
Location
Columbus, OH
Details
$43,555
 

Nature of Work in This Class

 

Assess the effects of federally, state, and locally assisted projects to historic properties, pursuant to Sections 106 and 110 of the National Historic Preservation Act and Section 149.53 of Ohio Revised Code; advise and educate agency staff and others about the Section 106 review process; and maintain computer and paper records.

 

Illustrative Examples of Work

Analyze project documentation to determine the eligibility of historic properties for listing in the National Register of Historic Places and to provide comments and recommendations for the purpose of surveying and identifying historic properties. Review surveys, data recovery plans, maps, drawings, photos, and other technical documentation in order to assess effects of projects to historic properties. Synthesize review results and clearly communicate the outcome in writing, meetings, and other communication media. Make site visits to evaluate effects of proposed projects on historic properties. Negotiate agreements to avoid or mitigate adverse effects to historic properties. Review and comment on federal and state regulations. Review state and local projects to assess impacts to historic properties. Create and provide education and assistance to federal, state, and local agencies, individuals, companies, and organizations, including workshops and conference sessions.

 

Essential Knowledge, Abilities, and Skills

Ability to communicate effectively, both orally and in writing, with a wide range of preservation constituents in both the public and private sectors. Basic mathematical skills with the ability to apply mathematical concepts to practical situations. Ability to use Microsoft Office software or the equivalent, including spreadsheet, database, and word processing applications. Ability to use Windows and Windows-based PCs and peripherals. Ability to implement, plan, and critically evaluate research. Ability to review, understand, and interpret a variety of technical data, such as engineering drawings and specifications, primary and secondary research sources, and maps. Ability to use Geographic Information System software.

 

Typical Physical Demands

Requires prolonged sitting, frequent standing, and bending, stooping, and occasional lifting up to 25 pounds. Requires normal range of eyesight, hearing, and manual dexterity sufficient to operate keyboard, telephone, photocopier and other office equipment.

 

Typical Working Conditions

Normal office environment. Occasional evening or weekend work. Work may be stressful at times. Requires ability to travel, sometimes with overnight stays. Work may involve attendance at public meetings and site visits, as well as occasional archaeological investigation and monitoring.

 

Qualifications

A graduate degree in history, architectural history, architecture, historic architecture, or a closely-related preservation field, or its equivalent in education and experience, plus a minimum of four years of work experience in a professional capacity in the relevant discipline, or must meet the professional qualifications standards in 36 CFR 61, Appendix A.  Familiarity with the Secretary of the Interiors Standards and Guidelines for Archaeology and Historic Preservation, as well as other federal historic preservation laws, regulations, and guidelines.

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Until Filled

How to apply
Submit Ohio Historical Society employment application, cover letter, resume and three professional references with contact information to applicant@ohiohistory.org or mail to: Human Resources Department Ohio Historical Society 800 E. 17th Ave. Columbus, OH 43211-2474 The Ohio Historical Society is an Equal Opportunity Employer. We are proud to be a drug-free workplace.
Fax: 614-298-2293
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