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Posted: 01/31/2018

Kentucky Tourism, Arts, and Heritage Cabinet
Kentucky Heritage Council

An agency of the Kentucky Tourism, Arts and Heritage Cabinet, the Kentucky Heritage Council (KHC) serves as the State Historic Preservation Office (SHPO), responsible for the identification, protection and preservation of prehistoric resources and historic buildings, sites and cultural resources throughout the Commonwealth. KHC programs include finding, surveying and documenting historic buildings and sites; making nominations to the National Register of Historic Places; administering federal and state historic rehabilitation tax credit programs; archaeological research and education; reviewing impacts of federal projects as mandated through Section 106 of the National Historic Preservation Act (NHPA); working with local governments and preservation commissions, conducting preservation education and planning, and administering the Certified Local Government (CLG) Program in partnership with the National Park Service; administering the Kentucky Main Street Program; and providing administrative support to the Kentucky African American Heritage Commission, Kentucky Native American Heritage Commission, Kentucky Military Heritage Commission and Perryville Battlefield Commission. Since 1966, KHC has partnered with local, state and federal agencies, preservation organizations, local governments and interested citizens to fulfill our mission - which is integral to making communities more livable and has a far-ranging impact on issues as diverse as economic development, jobs creation, heritage tourism, affordable housing, community revitalization, environmental conservation and quality of life.

Project Architect
Professional Opportunity
Frankfort, KY
$Pay Grade 16 (MIN-MID) $42,646.56 - $56

Review and process applications seeking to qualify for the federal and state historic rehabilitation tax credit. Provide professional architectural work in the design and/or alteration of new and existing structures. Review plans and constructions drawings for historic building rehab to ensure compliance with federal and state guidelines through onsite visits and consultations. Work with Kentucky building codes, preservation zoning and design review and Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) as needed. Consult with Main Street communities as needed on historic building rehabilitation; participate as consultant with the state Main Street Program. Provide descriptions and plan review as needed for preservation easements on historic properties. Perform other duties as assigned.Performs professional architectural work in the design and/or alteration of new and existing structures. Conducts historic tax credit reviews. Manages construction projects for the agency; and performs other duties as required.

Minimum Requirement - Education :

See Special Requirements.

Minimum Requirement - Experience :


Substitute Education for Experience :


Substitute Experience for Education :


Special Requirements :

Must be licensed as an architect by the State Board of Examiners and Registration of Architects. http://boa.ky.gov/ Must maintain any required licensure(s), certification(s), or other credentials for the length of employment in this classification. Employing agency is responsible for ensuring employee possesses and maintains required licensure(s), certification(s) or other credentials.

Post Employment Requirements :

Must maintain current license as an architect by the State Board of Examiners and Registration of Architects for length of employment in this classification.

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How to apply
Craig Potts
Phone: 502-564-7005
410 High Street
Frankfort, KY 40601

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