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Posted: 03/30/2017

NH Land and Community Heritage Investment Program (LCHIP)
Historic Resources

LCHIP is an independent state authority that provides matching grants to New Hampshire communities and non-profits to protect and preserve the state’s most important natural, cultural and historic resources. Its legislatively mandated mission is to ensure the perpetual contribution of these resources to the economy, environment and the quality of life in New Hampshire. All funding for LCHIP grant-making and administrative costs depends on the state budget process. For more information, see www.lchip.org.

Historic Resource Specialist
Professional Opportunity
Concord, NH
$41,000 - $46,000

The New Hampshire Land and Community Heritage Investment Program (LCHIP) seeks an experienced, well-organized, detail-oriented person for the position of Historic Resource Specialist.  Candidates should hold a degree in historic preservation, architectural history or related field, preferably at the Masters level, and have 1-3 years of relevant experience. 

The Historic Resource Specialist assists in review and implementation of historic preservation projects supported by LCHIP grants to ensure that projects meet the high standards required by LCHIPs enabling legislation.  The full time position is based in LCHIPs Concord NH office and includes state employee health insurances and retirement benefits. 

See complete job description and desired experience in the Employment Opportunities section of the About Us menu at www.lchip.org.  



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How to apply
Submit resume and cover letter by Monday, April 24, 2017 to officemgr@LCHIP.org or to Historic Resource Specialist Search, Land and Community Heritage Investment Program, 13 West Street, Suite 3, Concord NH 03301.
Barb Beers
Phone: 603.224.4113
13 West Street, Suite 3
Concord, NH 03301

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