The Associate will: prepare federal Historic Preservation Certification Application Parts 1, 2, and 3; research and write National Register nominations and landmark designation reports; and serve as project manager for historic rehabilitation projects across the country, requiring interface with building owners, architects, engineers, and contractors, and federal, state, and local regulators.
The successful candidate must have:
A Master's degree in historic preservation or a closely related field;
A minimum of 3 years relevant work experience;
Familiarity with the Secretary of Interiors Standards for Rehabilitation;
Ability to read architectural plans and communicate effectively with building owners, architects, engineers, and contractors;
Knowledge of and work experience in federal, state, and local preservation programs is preferred but not required;
Strong organizational skills and initiative;
Ability to communicate effectively verbally and in writing;
Proficiency in historical and online research;
Ability to multi-task and work independently;
Proficiency in Microsoft Office software;
Comfort working with digital images and image software, including Adobe Creative Suite;
And the ability to travel.
Prior experience with tax credit applications is preferred.