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Posted: 05/27/2015

City of Coral Gables
Historical Resources

The City of Coral Gables, Florida, The City Beautiful, a progressive, international, coastal and historic City is seeking a highly qualified professional who is inspired by interesting challenges of an established, but dynamic community for the position of Historic Preservationist. The City has a population of 48,000 residents, has a vibrant downtown and is home to the University of Miami. It is proud to be ranked by Forbes.com ninth out of America’s Top 25 Towns to Live Well and America’s sixth most successful walkable suburb by the Wall Street Journal.

Historic Preservationist
Professional Opportunity
Coral Gables, FL
$42,556.80 - $58,427.20

The City of Coral Gables is an Equal Opportunity Employer/Drug Free Workplace. The Historic Preservationist performs administrative and technical duties in the Historical Resources Department. The ideal candidate must have experience conducting research, surveys, inventories, field inspections, and impact studies as required in the documentation and designation of historic sites, structures and districts within the City. In addition, must also possess strong customer skills and be able to interact with a diverse customer base in a professional manner.   


Bachelors degree in Historic Preservation, Architecture, Architectural History or related field.  Masters Degree preferred. 


A minimum of two years of related experience, preferably in a local or state preservation agency. 


Experience in construction / construction management is preferred.


A comparable amount of training or experience may be substituted for the minimum qualifications.


Valid Florida Drivers License

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How to apply
Christina Veliz
Phone: 305-460-5523

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