National Park Service - Architect Vacancy (Boston, MA)
Contributed By: Giles Parker
After months of re-imagining the role of the National Park Service in Boston and creating the right kinds of positions for a dynamic new organization, the “National Parks of Boston” is announcing a series of job openings. These positions will support innovative approaches to preserving some of Boston’s most significant and iconic historic properties and natural landscapes, designing creative exhibits and media to
reveal diverse and compelling stories, and marketing the national parks and our
partner sites to broad audiences. We feel that this is our moment to create an
integrated park system that brings together a multiplicity of diverse organizations,
the community and national interests that will transform urban life in the
greater Boston region.
We welcome your talent and commitment. So if you want to work for an organization that is passionate about American history, celebrating culture and heritage, outdoor recreation experiences, and preserving natural environments...it's time to make Boston your home!
Check this position out:
Historic Architect – This is an exciting opportunity to work as the park’s preservation architect responsible for the preservation and adaptive reuse of diverse historic properties along Boston’s “Trails to Freedom”; undertaking preservation design review; managing complex projects; planning, designing and preparing innovative yet practical design solutions; conducting historic and scientific research; and collaborating with park partners and historic preservation design professionals.
Click here for more: https://www.usajobs.gov/GetJob/ViewDetails/429482000/
The National Parks of Boston is a constellation of three National Park Service sites – Boston National Historical Park, Boston African American National Historic Site and
Boston Harbor Islands National and State Park – collectively managed by a general superintendent. Established by individual legislation and designated purposes, the three units have come together as a unified, relevant and collaborative organizational structure. More commonly, you may know us as the Bunker Hill Monument, Charlestown Navy Yard and Dorchester Heights or our partnerships along Boston’s “Trails to Freedom” or our partnership on the Boston Harbor Islands. You may also know us from the Park Ranger uniform, but we also employ a wide variety of employees from across varied career fields. No matter what your interests or background, you’ll likely find something for you at the National Parks of Boston.
Keywords: national park service, architect, job opening
Posted: April 1, 2016
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