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Posted: 07/13/2018

Employer
Historic Macon Foundation

Historic Macon Foundation (HMF), non-profit organization, is one of the nationís largest, most productive and most innovative local historic preservation organizations with over 500 member households in Middle Georgia and over 6,000 listed historic buildings in our stewardship. Since our founding in 1964, HMF has served as the regional historical society and preservation organization of note. Our mission is to revitalize communities by preserving architecture and sharing history. Our vision is to be the premier preservation organization in the nation. HMF saves Maconís architectural treasures by purchasing, rehabilitating and selling structures listed on the National Register of Historic Places. In addition, HMF educates the public about the importance of Maconís history and architecture, runs events to help celebrate Maconís unique assets, and operates the Sidney Lanier Cottage house museum. Our programs in economic development and neighborhood revitalization are award winners on a national scale and serve as a model for other preservation and revitalization organizations. The organization is staffed by nine full-time employees (including this position) and one part-time staff person, all of whom are entrepreneurial, vibrant, dedicated, fun and hardworking. The office atmosphere is fast-paced, multi-tasking, and highly collaborative. In August 2017, HMF relocated its offices to a newly rehabilitated commercial building in downtown. Employees are treated as professionals in their expertise; each staff person has the opportunity to lead and teach other team members and hundreds of volunteers who are interested in our mission. Staff members manage their own time and tasks, and a flexible work schedule is a benefit. All staff occasionally work nights and weekends for meetings and special events.


Position
Director of Preservation Field Services
Type
Professional Opportunity
Location
Macon, GA
Uni
Details
$35,000 - $40,000
 

The Director of Preservation Field Services is a full-time position responsible for fulfilling HMFs mission by providing professional preservation expertise.This employee is responsible for working with homeowners and developers to successfully complete documentation for Georgia and Federal rehabilitation tax credit programs.Since 2013, HMF has completed more tax credit applications than anyone else in Georgia.This employee will expand our services statewide. Additional duties include oversight of the Preservation Committee, creating rehabilitation plans for HMF projects, completing National Register district listings or updates, assisting with general administrative tasks and HMF events. This position reports to the Executive Director and works closely with staff, Board members, clients, and numerous committee members and volunteers.Because this position involves raising fee-for-service income for the organization, the employee will be prohibited from conducting outside or free-lance consulting.

The successful employee will be focused, well-organized, efficient and thorough.The employee will also be an excellent researcher, who is capable of effectively communicating preservation research and theory to the general public.We are looking for a team member who brings professional skills in historic preservation.

OPen until
07/27/2018

How to apply
To apply for this position, please email a cover letter, resume and contact information for three references to info@historicmacon.org. Applications are due by July 27, 2018 at 12:00 pm. Please do not call about the position.
Ethiel Garlington
Phone: 4787425074
ADDRESS
338 Poplar Street
Macon, GA 31201
Uni

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