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Posted: 11/10/2016

New Hampshire Division of Historical Resources
New Hampshire Department of Cultural Resources

State Survey Coordinator
Professional Opportunity
Concord, NH

The Division of Historical Resources (DHR) is seeking an experienced and well-organized individual to fill the position of State Survey Coordinator. This is a full-time position that works closely with all other programs and services in a busy State Historic Preservation Office located in Concord, NH. Successful experiences in conducting above-ground surveys for planning and regulatory purposes, in communicating with the public, and with database software and geographic information systems are essential. As with all positions at the DHR, the ability to work creatively within a team setting is essential.

Within the state system, this is a Historian position (Labor Grade 24), 37.5 hours per week, five days a week, beginning at $46,390.50 annual salary ($47,326.50 effective 1/6/17).












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How to apply
More information and applications are available for online submission at http://das.nh.gov/jobsearch/Employment.aspx, job id 8034. Please include a letter of interest and qualifications, resume and transcripts. Questions on the online application process can be directed to Kathy Stanick, Business Administrator, Department of Cultural Resources, 603/271-2400, or Kathy.stanick@dcr.nh.gov. For additional information about the position, please contact Elizabeth Muzzey, Director and State Historic Preservation Officer, at 603/271-8850.This position will remain open until November 21, 2016 or filled.

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