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Posted: 09/05/2013

Virginia Department of Historic Resources
Office of Preservation Incentives

Virginia State Historic Preservation Office

State Rehabilitation Tax Credit Project Inspector
Professional Opportunity
Richmond, VA

The Department of Historic Resources seeks a motivated individual to conduct inspections of completed historic rehabilitation tax credit projects to determine whether the work conducted is consistent with the approved scope of rehabilitation.  This position requires an understanding of Secretary of the Interiors Standards for Rehabilitation and sound preservation practice, as well as keen organizational skills and attention to detail. 

In this position, the incumbent will contact the property owner and consultant to schedule the site visit, review the project file to understand the project and identify any specific issues to address on-site, conduct the site visit and write a report on the condition of the rehabilitated building and results of the inspection, and identify and make known any problems to tax credit staff and program management. 

The successful candidate should have a positive and professional demeanor, be able to balance and organize a heavy workload, and be timely in his or her work product.   The successful candidate should meet the Secretary of the Interiors Professional Qualification Standards. 

The job location is at DHRs office in Richmond, Virginia with extensive travel throughout the Commonwealth.  This is a part-time, temporary position. 

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How to apply
Please send resume to: Elizabeth B. Tune Manage, Office of Preservation Incentives Department of Historic Resources 2801 Kensington Avenue Richmond, VA 23221 Fax: (804) 367-2391 Email: Elizabeth.Tune@dhr.virginia.gov
Elizabeth Tune
Phone: (804) 482-6093
Fax: (804) 367-2391
2801 Kensington Avenue
Richmond, VA 23221

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