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Posted: 06/07/2013

City of Mobile
Mobile Historic Development Commission

The MHDC is City authorized agency with not for profit 501(c)(3) status. The MHDC staff of four professionals and one secretary works for the City of Mobile and reports to an executive director on the Mayor's staff. Primary responsiblities are providing staff assistance to the Architectural Review Board and the MHDC. The Commission has recently spun off a revolving fund and the African American Heritage Trail, both heavily supported by the preservation professionals. The MHDC serves as the CLG partner for the City of Mobile and has an excellent working relationship with the SHPO office and the statewide not for profit.

Assistant Director
Professional Opportunity
Mobile, AL
$45,793 - $73,208
Open Until

Thorough knowledge of architectural history and historic preservation; thorough knowledge of technical research principles and procedures; thorough knowledge of federal regulations applicable to historical preservation and renovation; good knowledge of management principles and techniques; ability to plan, organize and direct the work of others; ability to communicate clearly and concisely, both orally and in writing; ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with public officials, business and civic organizations, other employees and the general public.

A master's degree in architectural history, historic preservation, art history or closely related area, and a minimum of one year responsible experience in historical research and surveying; or a combination of education and experience equivalent to these requirements.

How to apply
Application is made through the Mobile County Personnel Board. Applications to the Personnel Board must be complete or will not be forwarded to the hiring agency.
Phone: 251-470-7727
1809 Government Street
Mobile, AL 36606

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