PRINCIPAL ACCOUNTABILITIES INCLUDE:
1. Researches and analyzes historic issues and projects to ensure that appropriate historic evaluation and studies have been performed to meet obligation of the various funding agencies.
2. Reviews Company's compliance with state and federal regulations to ensure capital projects are approved by the appropriate historic regulatory agencies.
3. Prepares necessary documentation for agreements with municipalities and third parties concerning the development and improvement projects involving NJ TRANSIT facilities as they relate to historic compliance issues.
4. Reviews capital projects implementation by influencing design and scope to conform to historic standards to ensure that capital projects meet historic standards prior to submission for approval and reduce review duration.
5. Reviews and comments on NJ TRANSIT projects after submittal to the Historic Preservation Office.
Bachelors Degree in Planning, Architecture, Public Administration or related area from a US Department of Education accredited college or university. One year of closely related work experience can be substituted for each year of education required. One or more years of experience undertaking research and documentation in accordance with the National Historic Preservation Act (Section 106), or preparing National Register nominations, or preparing historic site surveys and/or architectural surveys and preservation plans. Master's degree in Historic Preservation desired. A Masters degree in Planning, Architecture, Public Administration or related area from a US Department of Education accredited college or university may be substituted for the experience requirement. Must be proficient with Microsoft Word, Excel and Outlook. Microsoft Access proficiency is desired.
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