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Posted: 02/28/2018

Kentucky Heritage Council/State Historic Preservation Office
Tourism, Arts & Heritage Cabinet

The Kentucky Heritage Council is the State Historic Preservation Office, responsible for the identification, protection and preservation of prehistoric resources and historic buildings, sites and cultural resources throughout the Commonwealth, in partnership with other state and federal agencies, local communities and interested citizens. KHC is an agency of the Kentucky Tourism, Arts & Heritage Cabinet.

Historic Preservation Coordinator
Professional Opportunity
Frankfort, KY
$ Pay Grade 14 (MIN-MID) $35,246.40 - $4

Administers the Governors appointed Historic Preservation Review Board, established pursuant to KRS 171. Coordinates all administrative functions and policies relating to nominating properties to the National Register of Historic Places. Provides administrative functions and supervises all State and Federal Grant-in-Aid projects relating to National Register nominations. Interprets Federal regulations and policies pertaining to the National Register Program and evaluates nominations pertaining to site eligibility. Sets annual priorities for the National Register Program and ensures their successful completion. Other duties as assigned including representing agency at professional meetings and meeting with the public.

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How to apply
Visit the Kentucky Personnel Cabinet / KY Careers page at www.careers.ky.gov. Click on "Search for Jobs" and enter the position reference number, 60008BR
Craig Potts
Phone: 502-564-7005, ext. 4
410 High Street
Frankfort, KY 40204

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