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Posted: 01/08/2015

Minnesota Historical Society
Historic Preservation Department

Preservation Specialist, Heritage Programs
Professional Opportunity
St. Paul, MN
$43,920 (minimum)

The Minnesota Historical Society is seeking applicants to work as a Preservation Specialist, working with organizations and individuals across the state through outreach, grants, and education. This is a great opportunity for applicants with interest in both preservation and public history!

Responsibilities of the position include:

  1. provide professional support to the Grants Office through consulting on, reviewing, evaluating, responding to, mentoring, coaching, awarding, reporting on, and monitoring historic preservation grant projects, including those seeking funding from the Arts & Cultural Heritage Fund;
  2. develop and conduct public education and outreach activities to increase public awareness of the value of historic resources and the means for their preservation and interpretation; and
  3. manage the monitoring of covenants, preservation easements, and letters of agreement for grant-assisted projects, including those funded through the Minnesota Historical and Cultural Heritage Grants Program funded by the Arts & Cultural Heritage Fund.

Applicants must meet the Secretary of the Interiors Professional Qualifications Standards in History or Architectural History and must have knowledge of how to interpret that history for the general public, meeting National Association for Interpretations qualifications for certification as a Certified Interpretive Planner or Certified Interpretive Trainer.

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How to apply
Submit the MNHS Application for Employment, cover letter, and resume to the address in the job posting. This position will remain open until filled!

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