1. Certified Local Governments Program:
a. Coordinates and manages the SHPO's Certified Local Governments
(CLG) Program in accordance with Certified Local Governments
Program for Oklahoma (state procedures) and related National Park
Service regulations, standards, and guidelines.
b. Receives, reviews, and makes recommendations on requests from local
governments for CLG status.
c. Consults with CLGs to design projects for federal pass-through funding;
Receives and reviews pass-through funding applications; Monitors
progress on funded project work; and Authorizes payment of requests for
reimbursement for completed projects.
d. Conducts the periodic performance evaluation of CLGs in accordance
with the state procedures.
e. Designs and conducts training programs for city staff and local historic
preservation commissions on a wide range of topics, including legal
authority, ethical and procedural issues, designation of local districts and
landmarks, and design review.
f. Informs local governments about their role in historic preservation and
provides technical assistance to those considering adoption of historic
preservation ordinances and participation in the CLG Program.
2. Preservation Planning Program:
a. Develops the statewide preservation plan in accordance with the SHPOs
established procedures and related National Park Service regulations,
standards, and guidelines.
b. Assists SHPO staff to address the goals and objectives of the statewide
c. Informs government agencies, preservation professionals, and the general
public about the statewide preservation plan, how it is developed and how
they can participate in the process, and how they can assist in its
implementation and integration into broader planning frameworks.
d. Shares information with the broad historic preservation community about
preservation planning and other topics through presentations, published
articles and other materials, and social media outreach.
Education and Experience: Historic Preservation Specialist III: The following selective qualification applies to this announcement.
Applicants must have a masters degree in Historic Preservation or Planning (may be identified as Preservation Planning, Urban Planning, Regional Planning, Community Planning, Environmental Planning, City and Regional Planning, Urban Planning and Policy/Development, Urban Studies and Planning, etc.) and one year of experience in related research, project administration, or management or a bachelors degree in architecture and two years of professional experience in historic preservation or restoration.