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Posted: 12/05/2016

National Park Service
Technical Preservation Services

The Technical Preservation Services (TPS) office of the National Park Service manages the federal Rehabilitation Tax Incentives Program that generates several billion dollars each year in private investment in historic preservation. Since 1976, the program has leveraged more than $78 billion in the rehabilitation of some 41,250 historic properties across the nation. TPS also promulgates The Secretary of the Interiors Standards for the Treatment of Historic Properties, the national standards and guidelines that have been widely adopted at the federal, state and local levels; issues guidance on the care and treatment of historic buildings, including its Preservation Briefs and Preservation Tech Notes series, as well as other on-line and print publications; and provides education and training on these programs.

Interdisciplinary (Historian/Architect)
Professional Opportunity
Washington, DC
$$64,650 to $100,736 per year

See Vacancy Announcement for complete description of the position and position qualifications:

This vacancy announcement is an Interdisciplinary - Historian (Architectural), GS-017011/12, OR Architect (Historical), GS-0808-11/12. 

This is a full-time TERM appointment, NTE 13 months with the potential to be extended up to 4 years. 

The selectee will make certification decisions for the Historical Rehabilitation Tax Credit Program on behalf of the agency for rehabilitation projects; provide guidance to State Historic Preservation Officers (SHPOs) and their staff, project owners, developers, architects and consultants on the Secretary of the Interior's Standards; develop technical preservation materials and guidance for the general public; and conduct trainings and presentations on the tax credit program and TPS technical preservation guidance.  


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How to apply
See Vacancy Announcement for information on how to apply: https://www.usajobs.gov/GetJob/ViewDetails/457588100#btn-add-info
Brian Goeken
Phone: 202-354-2033
Washington, DC

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