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Posted: 01/23/2018

City of Mobile
Historic Development Commission

We save buildings and neighborhoods. The Mobile Historic Development Commission is a department of the City of Mobile, under the direction of an independent volunteer commission. The commission is composed of representatives of various civic and public entities. The staff is a group of four professionals and a secretary who do the work of the organization, and serve as staff for the City's Architectural Review Board. The Architectural Review Board oversees the work within Mobile's seven historic districts. Its eleven volunteer members are appointed by the Mobile City Council.

Deputy Director of Historic Development
Professional Opportunity
Mobile, AL

Attainment of a minimum of a bachelor's degree in architectural history, historic preservation, art history, or closely related area and a minimum of three years' administrative and supervisory experience in historical research and surveying; or a combination of education and experience equivalent to these requirements.

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How to apply
You may visit the Mobile County Personnel Board at 1809 Government Street, Mobile, AL 36606 and use one of their kiosks with computers and scanning capabilities to fill out an online application. Their office hours are 8 a.m. to 5 p.m., Monday through Friday, except for major holidays. For additional locations to fill out applications and for general information, email mcpb@personnelboard.org or call 251-470-7727. You may also visit the Mobile County Personnel Board at http://www.personnelboard.org/.
Phone: 251-470-7727
1809 Government Street
Mobile, AL 36606

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