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Posted: 06/09/2016

Ohio History Connection
Architectural Services

The Ohio History Connection is a non-profit organization charged with overseeing 50+ historic sites, museums, libraries, the Ohio Village, the state archives and the State Historic Preservation Office.

Professional Opportunity
Columbus, OH

This individual will develop preliminary plans, working drawings, specifications, and cost estimates for new construction and historic preservation projects. Job entails bidding, contract administration, processing shop drawings, construction observation, job cost accounting and job status reporting. Proficiency with CAD is required, experience with Revit is a plus.

The successful applicant will be a registered architect in the State of Ohio with a minimum of five years experience as a practicing architect. Must hold a valid Ohio drivers license and be able to travel within the state of Ohio.

Candidate Requirements:

Bachelors degree from an accredited Architecture program.

Minimum of five years experience as a licensed architect.

License to practice architecture in the State of Ohio.

Valid Ohio drivers license.

Proficiency with CADD.

OPen until
Until Filled

How to apply
Competitive salary with excellent benefits package. Full description and application at https://www.ohiohistory.org/about-us/jobs Submit cover letter, resume and application to applicant@ohiohistory.org, fax to 614-297-2293 or mail to Human Resources Office, The Ohio History Connection, 800 E. Seventeenth Avenue, Columbus, OH 43211-2497. EOE
Phone: 614-297-2293
Human Resources Office, Ohio History Connection
800 E. Seventeenth Ave.
Columbus, OH 43211

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