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Posted: 02/11/2015

State of Vermont, Division for Historic Preservation
Department of Housing and Community Development

Division for Historic Preservation, located within the Agency of Commerce and Community Development, serves as the State Historic Preservation Office. Vermontís rich legacy of historic resources is as diverse as it is engaging. From 12,000-year-old Native American sites to rambling 19th century farms, railroad-spawned villages of the 1870s to gleaming, streamlined diners that sustained auto-borne patrons road tripping through the 1930s, each of the buildings, structures, and spaces tell a story of who we are and what we cherish. The Vermont Division for Historic Preservation keeps hundreds of years of history alive and vital, engaging people of all walks in Vermontís past through collecting, preserving and discovering a shared priority and value for the human spirit that preceded us. Our programs support the continued use of our historical assets, and the integration of our history into our future planning and growth, job creation and communitiesí culture. Through grants, review and compliance, and the operation of a statewide system of State-owned historic sites, we foster protection, research, education and interpretation of Vermontís historic resources.

Historic Resource Specialist
Professional Opportunity
Montpelier, VT
Open Until

The Department of Housing and Community Development seeks an energetic and outgoing self-starter with a passion for historic preservation and architectural history work to join our hard-working, dedicated and good-humored Historic Preservation Team.Incumbent responsibilities involve the historic preservation review of development projects requiring federal and state agency approval.Duties would include the review and evaluation of impacts to historic architectural resources; preparation of reports and recommendations on applications, environmental impact statements, surveys, studies and other documents, including project-specific stipulations; and maintenance of record keeping systems for project tracking and federal reporting. To view the full job description, please visit the Job Specifications page.

Education: Master's degree in historic preservation or archeology. Master's degree in closely related field such as history, architecture, anthropology, or architectural history may also be considered. Experience: Two years of professional experience in historic preservation or related program administration and/or management.

How to apply
Go to: http://humanresources.vermont.gov/careers https://vthr.peoplesoft.state.vt.us/psc/VTHR/EMPLOYEE/HRMS/c/HRS_HRAM.HRS_CE.GBL
Laura Trieschmann
Phone: 802-828-3222
One National Life Drive, Davis Building, 6th Floor
Montpelier, VT 05620-0501

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