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Employer
THE NEW YORK CITY LANDMARKS PRESERVATION COMMISSION


Position
Landmarks Preservationist
92237
Type
professional Opportunity
Location
New York, NY
Details
$49,298
 

Under the supervision of the Director and Deputy Director of Preservation, reviews applications to restore, rehabilitate, or alter individual landmarks and properties in historic districts. Consults with owners and architects, conducts site visits, makes presentations to Commission at public hearings and public meetings, prepares and issues permits for changes that the Commission has found to be appropriate. Provides technical assistance to owners. Other duties and special projects in various departments as assigned.

The position requires excellent communication and customer service skills.

$49,298 ($56,693 with 2 years City service)

OPen until
none given

How to apply
QUALIFICATION REQUIREMENTS: 1. A Masters Degree in historic preservation, architectural history, art history, architecture, or American history, and one year of full-time satisfactory experience working in the field of preservation, restoration, or conservation of historic structures; or conducting research in architectural or art history, or working as an architect or architectural assistant; or teaching at the college level in any of the fields described in (a); or 2. A Bachelors of Arts Degree with specialization in one of the fields listed above, and two years of full-time related experience; or 3. Education and/or experience equivalent to 1 & 2 above. The Landmarks Preservation Commission will only respond to qualified candidates.

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