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Posted: 06/22/2015

Li/Saltzman Architects, P.C.

Li/Saltzman Architects is a small architectural firm in NYC with a specialty in historic preservation.

Preservation Architect
Professional Opportunity
New York, NY

We are seeking a Preservation Architect with 5-10 years experience. Job responsibilites will include building envelope investigation and analysis, report writing, preparation of design and construction documents, construction administration, and field inspections for a variety of building types. A professional degree in architecture and a New York State Architect's license are required. Applicant should have a demonstrated background in historic preservation such as a degree or certificate in historic preservation, or hands-on work experience with a preservation/architecture firm. Salary commensurate with experience.

The ideal candidate should possess the following:

†† Meet the Secretary of the Interiors professional qualification standards for Historical Architect
†† Substantial field experience with historic restoration projects
†† Proven track record in project management, including maintenance of project schedules and budgets
†† Strong analytical, organizational, and writing skills
†† Ability to work well with clients and to coordinate inter-disciplinary teams
†† NYC scaffolding certification
†† Proficiency in AutoCAD, Microsoft Office, Adobe Creative Suite, and Adobe Acrobat
†† Experience with Ajera project management software a plus, but not necessary

OPen until
Until Filled

How to apply
Qualified candidates should submit a cover letter with resume to info@lisaltzman.com. Please indicate where you read about this position. No calls please.
New York, NY

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