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Posted: 08/19/2013

East Tennessee Development District

The East Tennessee Development District (ETDD) is a voluntary association of municipal and county governments that are located in the mid-east region of Tennessee. ETDD provides sixteen counties and fifty-six municipalities with planning and development services while also serving as a forum for local governments to solve common problems associated with economic development and growth. Organized in 1966, the East Tennessee Development District continues to be a vital force in helping local governments plan for the future by coordinating the establishment of regional and local priorities within the fields of economic and community development

Historic Preservationist and Housing Planner
Professional Opportunity
Alcoa, TN

The East Tennessee Development District is seeking applicants for the position of Historic Preservationist/Housing Planner. Responsibilities include providing technical assistance to individuals, city governments and not-for-profit organizations regarding historic preservation and housing programs and activities. The position requires familiarity with historic preservation programs, strong written and oral communication skills, the ability to work in a self-directed environment, and to work effectively with local officials. Minimum requirements are an undergraduate degree with a major in historic preservation or a closely related subject. A graduate degree in historic preservation will be preferred.

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How to apply
Send resume with references by September 30, 2013 to ETDD, P.O. Box 249, Alcoa, TN 37701-0249 or by email to nbritt@etdd.org. EOE/M/F/H/V
Nichole Britt

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