The educational equivalent to a bachelors degree in architectural history, historic preservation or closely related field and meets the Department of Interior Standard for an architectural historian; masters degree preferred. Working knowledge of Section 106 of the National Historic Preservation Act and other pertinent state and federal regulations regarding historic properties. Proficiency in computer skills desired, including Microsoft Word, Excel, Access, Outlook, PowerPoint, and Adobe Acrobat. Proficiency in the use of GIS and GPS equipment for mapping and point location desired. Strong organizational skills, ability to manage diverse project assignments, attention to detail, and demonstrated proficient oral and written communications skills. Valid drivers license and availability for statewide travel, including overnight travel as necessary. Physical ability to withstand field work in year-round weather conditions, including hiking while wearing a back pack and carrying field equipment, and the capability to complete survey tasks in remote areas.
("Accredited" means the educational institution or program is accredited by an accrediting organization recognized either by the United States Department of Education or by the Council for Higher Education Accreditation.)