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Posted: 12/05/2016

Employer
Wisconsin Historical Society
State Historic Preservation Office

The Wisconsin Historical Society, located in Madison, Wisconsin, is home to the federally-designated State Historic Preservation Office. In partnership with communities, organizations and individuals, the Office works to identify, interpret and preserve historic places for the benefit of present and future generations. Programs administered by the State Historic Preservation Office include: State Register and National Register of Historic Places; state and federal rehabilitation income tax credits; Wisconsin’s burial sites preservation program; and the review of federal, state and local projects for their effect on historic and archaeological properties. For additional information about the Wisconsin State Historic Preservation Office, please see our website at: http://www.wisconsinhistory.org/hp.


Position
Historic Preservation Specialist – Compliance Reviewer
16-03214
Type
Professional Opportunity
Location
Madison, WI
Uni
Details
$18.00 to $22.00 per hour ($37,440 to $4
 

This position operates under the general supervision of the Deputy State Historic Preservation Officer and the Compliance Team lead worker in the State Historic Preservation Office (SHPO). Work is performed with a great deal of independence; there is minimal direct oversight. For a copy of the position description, please click on Historic Preservation Specialist. 

For specific questions about this position, please contact the supervisor: 

 Daina Penkiunas

 Deputy State Historic Preservation Officer 

 Wisconsin Historical Society 

 daina.penkiunas@wisconsinhistory.org

This position meets the professional requirements of the US Secretary of Interior Standards and the Code of Federal Regulations relating to State requirements. 

 

Minimally qualified candidates will have: 

1.  A graduate degree in architectural history, art history, historic preservation, or a closely related field, with coursework in American architectural history. (Degrees granted in December 2016 or January 2017 will fulfill this requirement) 

  OR 

1.  A bachelor's degree in architectural history, art history, historic preservation or a closely related field plus two years of relevant experience in the field of historic preservation. (Degrees granted in December 2016 or January 2017 will fulfill this requirement) 

2.  Education, training, and/or experience with historic preservation policies and procedures. 

 

Well qualified candidates will also have: 

1.  Education, training, and/or experience with federal and state historic preservation laws 

2.  Education, training, and/or experience explaining federal and state historic preservation laws

OPen until
12/26/2016

How to apply
You must apply online and take the assessment to be considered for this position. Click on the "Login to Apply" button at the top of this announcement. If you do not have a WiscJobs account, you will need to create one. Application materials will not be accepted if received in an e-mail, as a hard copy, or a fax. You will be required to upload a current resume and enter a cover letter. Your cover letter and resume will be considered the civil service assessment and will be used to determine your eligibility for this vacancy. The cover letter should also include a statement explaining why you are interested in this position.
Ian Gort
Phone: 608-264-6502
ADDRESS
816 State Street Room 305
Madison, WI 53706
Uni

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