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Posted: 11/29/2016

City of Jersey City
Division of City Planning

The Division of City Planning maintains a staff of licensed professional planners and trained experts who are responsible for comprehensively planning the rational development of land in the City.

Historic Preservation Specialist
Professional Opportunity
Jersey City, NJ
Open Until

The City of Jersey City, Division of City Planning is seeking a Historic Preservation Specialist to join a team of technical planning, graphic design and GIS professionals responsible for comprehensively planning the rational development of a rapidly-growing, highly-urbanized environment. 

The successful candidates must possess knowledge in the field of historic preservation and demonstrate experience applying the Secretary of the Interior's Standards for the Treatment of Historic Properties for rehabilitation, alterations and additions to historic resources. Other responsibilities include: presenting recommendations to the Historic Preservation Commission, field investigations, reviewing and/or writing cultural resource surveys and acting as liaison to other Historic preservation agencies and organizations. The ideal applicant would be an innovative team player and possess strong writing and communication skills. Education and experience are further outlined in the Civil Service Commission, Historic Preservation Specialist Job Description that can be found at; http://info.csc.state.nj.us/jobspec/15679.htm

Salary will be commensurate with experience.

How to apply
Interested candidates should send a resume and portfolio to Acting Director Maryann Bucci-Carter, PP, AICP, maryannb@jcnj.org
Maryann Bucci-Carter

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