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Posted: 01/11/2016

Oklahoma Historical Society
State Historic Preservation Office

Historic Preservation Specialist III
Professional Opportunity
Oklahoma City, OK
$2,919.34 - $5,352.13/month

Key Duties:

  • Reviews proposed rehabilitation projects, formulates the divisions recommendations on these projects to the National Park Service, consults with clients planning rehabilitations, and maintains related records for the federal and state rehabilitation tax incentives programs.
  • Reviews and prepares comments on federally funded restoration/rehabilitation projects submitted by other government agencies or their designees pursuant to Section 106 of the National Historic Preservation Act.
  • Reviews complex reports, project plans and applications and other materials prepared by professional consultants.
  • Prepares complex reports, project plans, applications and other materials.
  • Conducts onsite inspections of historic buildings and structures for which restoration/rehabilitation work may be planned.
  • Develops and delivers presentations to professional organizations, other government agencies, and the general public.
  • Consults with division clients/customers; and Prepares hard copy and electronic correspondence to address inquiries on a wide variety of complex historic preservation topics.
  • Develops strategies for the preservation and management of historic properties.

Qualification and Experience Requirements:  Requirements for Historic Preservation Specialists at this level consist of a masters degree in anthropology, archeology, architectural history, art history, historic preservation, history or a closely related academic area and three years of experience in related research, project administration or management; or a bachelors degree in architecture with four years of professional experience in historic preservation or restoration projects.


Selective Qualification: Candidates for the current vacant position must be qualified as an architect. The minimum qualifications in architecture are a professional degree (bachelors degree) in architecture plus at least four years of full-time experience in historic preservation or restoration.

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How to apply
All applicants must apply through the State of Oklahoma’s Human Capital Management, Office of Management and Enterprise Services (HCM/OMES) by March 3, 2016. To complete the application process, go to http://www.jobaps.com/ok/ to submit your application through HCM/OMES. HCM/OMES must qualify candidates.

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