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Posted: 07/23/2014

John Milner Associates, Inc.
Architecture and Historic Preservation

Established in 1968, JMA is a multi-disciplinary consulting firm specializing in historic preservation through the disciplines of landscape architecture, architecture, archeology, planning, materials conservation, and historical research.

Architectural Conservator
Professional Opportunity
Alexandria, VA

John Milner Associates, Inc. has an immediate opening for an Architectural Conservator to work in our Alexandria, VA office.

Ideal candidates for the position must have a Masters of Science in Historic Preservation with a Conservation concentration or a Masters of Architecture with a certificate in Conservation, plus a minimum of three (3) years of full-time professional experience in the identification, evaluation, documentation, or treatment of materials associated with historic properties. Responsibilities include field investigation, materials testing, materials treatment, report writing, construction documents, and construction administration.   Candidates must be able to demonstrate AutoCAD skills, and should be able to demonstrate project experience in construction document preparation including specifications. Preference will be given to those individuals with strong writing skills.


The successful candidate will work under the direction of the Senior Materials Conservator in JMAs Alexandria, Virginia, office, but will also be involved in multidisciplinary projects with JMAs preservation architects and planners.  Project work often entails travel throughout the United States. 

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How to apply
Interested individuals should email a letter of interest and resume to: Amanda Edwards John Milner Associates, Inc. 5250 Cherokee Avenue, Suite 300 Alexandria, Virginia 22312 No phone calls please.

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