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Posted: 03/18/2015

Conservation Solutions Inc
Historical Preservation/Restoration

Conservation Solutions, Inc. is seeking a full-time Historic Preservation Project Manager to be based in our Clinton, MD office outside Washington, DC. The applicant should also expect to travel to project sites around the country. Please visit our website to learn more about our company. Description: The Historic Preservation Project Manager will be responsible for all aspects of the successful bidding, award and execution of our many varied historic preservation and conservation projects. This position required extensive experience with historic preservation theory and practice as well as a thorough knowledge of project management fundamentals and techniques. Familiarity with the Architecture/Engineering/Construction industry is not required but is desirable. The Historic Preservation Project Manager will work closely with a Senior Conservator/Vice President but may also be responsible for monitoring Assistant Conservators and Conservation Technicians. Conservation Solutions, Inc. is a woman-owned small business, which, since its establishment in 1999, has developed into a leading, nationwide, historic preservation firm focusing on art, artifacts and architecture. Conservation Solutions has extensive expertise in condition assessment, testing and analysis, treatment design, specifications development, implementation and documentation. We apply the highest standards to minimal intervention, fidelity to the artistís original intent, and reversibility.

Professional Opportunity
Clinton, MD


†††††††† Graduate or college degree in historic preservation, architecture, engineering or a related field.† Other combinations of work experience and education will be considered.

†††††††† At least three to five years of experience working in the historic preservation field and managing her/his own projects.†

†††††††† Must possess a valid US drivers license and be able to obtain a security clearance to work on/at government sites if needed

†††††††† Familiarity with performing or directing conservation treatments is advantageous but not required


†††††††† Participate in all aspects of our varied historic preservation and conservation projects. Specific activities will include:

o†† Perform surveys and condition assessments

o†† Create documentation (photographic, written, AutoCAD drawings)

o†† Prepare specifications and contract drawings

o†† Prepare assessment, treatment or testing reports

o†† Monitor and ensure quality performance of CSI assistant conservators, technicians, and external sub-contractors

o†† Conduct Conservation research, testing and analysis

o†† Be comfortable reviewing and understanding all aspects of construction drawings and specifications

o†† Perform and/or direct conservation treatments

†††††††† Successfully perform all aspects of project management.† Specific activities will include:

o†† Prepare draft proposals for potential projects including budgets and staffing plan

o†† Organize the resources, staffing and technology required to successfully perform awarded projects

o†† Prepare draft contracts with vendors and/or sub-consultants

o†† Prepare project submittals and manage project paperwork including: schedules, material submittals, work plans, RFIs, progress reports

o†† Assign, direct, coordinate and review the activities of subordinates and sub-contractors

o†† Conduct project related communications with both clients and sub-contractors


OPen until
Until Filled

How to apply
Please send resume and cover letter, including salary requirements and available start date, to Kim Crawford at kim@conservationsolutionsinc.com
Kim Crawford
Clinton, MD 20735

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