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Posted: 02/07/2018

History Colorado
Office of Archaeology and Historic Preservation (SHPO)

Established in 1879, History Colorado is a 501(c)(3) charitable organization and an agency of the State of Colorado under the Department of Higher Education. We offer public access to cultural and heritage resources of Colorado, including statewide museums and special programs for individuals and families, collection stewardship of Colorado’s historic treasures, educational resources for schools, students and teachers, services related to preservation, archaeology and history, and the Stephen H. Hart Research Library. History Colorado’s statewide activities support tourism, historic preservation, education and research related to Colorado’s rich western history, offering the public unique opportunities to interact with Colorado history through its network of museums which offer engaging exhibitions and special programs for adults and children. Through our education programs, we work with schools across the state to provide classrooms and teachers with important resources and curriculum related to Colorado history, and offers local communities resources that help them to enrich historical-related community based programs. Through the State Historical Fund historic preservation grants program, History Colorado has awarded millions in competitive grants to all 64 counties across Colorado, which has resulted in a more than $1.5 billion impact on Colorado’s economy. As the State Historic Preservation Office, the Office of Archaeology and Historic Preservation handles the processing and documenting of statewide archaeological and historic preservation related projects. The Office of Archaeology and Historic Preservation is a division of History Colorado (The Colorado Historical Society) and serves as the Colorado State Historic Preservation Office (SHPO).

Section 106 Compliance Manager-Built Environment
Professional Opportunity
Denver, CO
$3,750.00 - $3,958.33 Monthly

This position is responsible for being the Intergovernmental Services Unit's (ISU) lead in conducting environmental reviews for cultural resources found in the built environment. Under Section 106 of the National Historic Preservation Act (Section 106), a multi-level review process, this position independently reviews, consults, and provides analytical comments, either written or orally, to lead Federal agencies, state agencies, local governments, or project applicants. The comments provided by this position serve as the official comments of the State Historic Preservation Office (SHPO).

The successful candidate will possess a Master's degree in History, Architectural History, or a closely related field and a minimum of two years experience in a similar work setting. Another related degree will be accepted that meets the Secretary of the Interior's Standard and Guidelines.

Interested individuals are asked to submit a job application, letter of interest, and three references using the online application system. Failure to submit references may cause you to be removed from consideration.

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How to apply
Submit an on-line application by clicking the application URL link below or submit a State of Colorado Application for Announced Vacancy and all supplemental questions according to the instructions provided below. Failure to submit a complete and timely application may result in the rejection of your application. Applicants are responsible for ensuring that application materials are received by the appropriate Human Resources office before the closing date and time listed above.
Dany McCoy
1200 Broadway
Denver, CO 80203

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