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Posted: 02/11/2015

Nebraska State Historical Society
State Historic Preservation Office

Tax Incentives Coordinator - Building Program Specialist
Professional Opportunity
Lincoln, NE
$22.19 / hr

Positions in this class provide technical expertise to builders, architects, homeowners and/or business owners for purposes of achieving compliance with state or federal program requirements(Secretary of the Interior's Standards for Rehabilitation); often times relating to complex criteria necessary to obtain state or federal tax incentives.†

Reviews plans and specifications of proposed construction projects for purposes of compliance to Secretary of the Interior's Standards for Rehabilitation. Consults with builders, architects, engineers, municipalities, homeowners and business owners relating to projects that may qualify for program funding or special designation status. Inspects buildings, construction projects in progress, or plan specifications of proposed projects for purposes of assessing compliance with specific agency programs. Confers and advises with involved parties, recommends changes for compliance. Provides technical assistance to builders, architects, engineers, homeowners, business owners and state or federal agencies relating to rehabilitation tax incentive projects. Works in a liaison capacity with Federal agencies (NPS) and/or other state agencies regarding state and federal programs relating to building program components. Provides information to local government entities, trade organizations, or the public regarding the complex criteria to qualify for federal or state funding or programs.†

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