The Preservation Intern(s) is a full-time entry-level position responsible for fulfilling our mission by providing professional preservation expertise to support all of the organizations programming. The individual will learn all aspects of a preservation non-profit organization and will leave with a thorough grasp of our work.
This position is responsible for working with homeowners and developers to successfully complete documentation for Georgia and Federal rehabilitation tax credit programs. Additional duties include creating rehabilitation plans, conducting field work for easement reports, completing National Register district listings or updates, planning and executing educational events and assisting with general administrative tasks. This position reports to the Preservation and Education Coordinator and works closely with staff, Board members and numerous committee members and volunteers.
The successful intern will be focused, well organized, efficient and thorough. The individual will also be an excellent researcher, who is capable of effectively communicating preservation research and theory to the general public. We are looking for a team member who brings professional skills in historic preservation, along with an interest and ability to spend time in the field (aka outside in Georgia during the summer).
Other tasks and projects can be set to meet specific program requirements upon request.
- Currently enrolled in a graduate program for historic preservation, or a closely aligned field.
-Applicants must be able to write basic architectural description.
-Advanced computer literacy