Please note this is the correct posting for this position, which is in Oil
City, PA and not Dunmore, PA.
The Pennsylvania Department of Transportation (PennDOT) is hiring an architectural historian to be based in District 1-0 offices in Oil City. Individuals will have unparalleled opportunities and responsibilities to shape the direction and performance of cultural resource investigations conducted on the Departments multi-billion dollar annual design and construction program.
Each of the eleven PennDOT Engineering Districts have a team comprised of an archaeologist and an architectural historian. The team will guide the Section 106 process starting early in project design, working holistically on all cultural resource issues related to a project, and participate interactively with a design team of project engineers, designers, and environmental specialists. Each position is located in a PennDOT District Office, under the guidance of the District Environmental Manager. Most positions support more than one Engineering District. This position is expected to provide support for both District 1-0 (Oil City) and District 2-0 (Clearfield).
Minimum experience and training required for the historic preservation specialist job classification is: two or more years of experience working on an architectural survey, an architectural restoration and preservation project or program, and a bachelors degree in architectural history, American history, art history or course work in Pennsylvania history; or, any equivalent combination of experience and training.
The position had an additional requirement to meet the Secretary of Interior Standards for Architectural Historian.
Salary range is $45,692 $69,477. There is an excellent benefits package, including paid life and subsidized medical insurance, dental and vision care programs, annual and sick leaves, and a competitive retirement plan.