Serves as Outreach Program Manager. Directs program activities for Georgias Certified Local Government (CLG) program, preservation planning program, African American program, and agency media communications. Supervises program staff. Assists local jurisdictions in seeking CLG status. Reviews proposed historic preservation ordinances in conjunction with DNR Chief Counsel. Provides training programs in conjunction with SHPO and National Park Service staff. Arranges annual Preservation Summit in conjunction with the Georgia Trust for Historic Preservation. Works closely with the National Register and Survey Program and the Tax Incentives and Rehabilitation Guidance Program. Maintains partnerships with associated agencies and preservation organizations. Advises Historic Resources Section Chief, Historic Preservation Division Director, and other agency officials on preservation-related issues and projects. Manages or participates in special projects as necessary.
Masters degree from an accredited college or university
Two years of related experience.
Bachelors degree from an accredited college or university
Four years of related experience.
Completion of 90 quarter hours (60 sem. hrs.) at an accredited college or university
Six years of related experience.
Four years of experience at the lower level or position equivalent.
NOTE: Experience in a related area may substitute for degree on a year by year basis.
Preference may be given to an applicant with two or more of the following:
- Masters degree in Historic Preservation or closely-related field
- Experience working with at least one other core SHPO program such as National Register or Environmental Review
- Experience working in an inter-agency context
- Experience in public information meetings or other non-specialist setting