Preservation Planner, City of Boston, Boston Landmarks Commission (Boston, MA)
Contributed By: Rosanne Foley
Preservation Planner, City of Boston ~ Job posted 5/22/17
– Link: https://city-boston.icims.com/jobs/13248/job?iis
Job ID: 2017-13248
Location: Environment Department /Full-Time
Works in the Environment Dept. under the supervision of the Executive Director of the Boston Landmarks Commission. Performs duties of staff administration for three historic districts (or otherwise as designated) in assisting historic district commissions with design review. Duties include: processing applications, preparing agendas & mailings, conducting staff design review, preparing decision letters, and administering violations. Assists in implementing citywide programs with the Landmarks Commission. Responsible for drafting, coordinating, and posting updated web content related to historic preservation activities in Boston. Participates in outreach and public information, preservation planning, coordinates with other governmental agencies and organizations and performs other duties as necessary as part of the preservation staff.
Minimum Entrance Requirements:
Applicant must have at least 3 years experience in the area of preservation management. Excellent organizational skills, plus communication and writing ability required. Ability to exercise good judgment and focus on detail as required by the job. Proficiency with Microsoft Office Suite required. Proficiency with Adobe Creative Suite and GIS preferred. Familiarity with preservation programs and regulations, and with administrative law is desirable. M.A. or partial completion of graduate degree in Preservation Studies, Fine Arts, Architecture, or a related field may be substituted for experience. B.A. in same fields may be substituted for two years’ experience.
BOSTON RESIDENCY REQUIRED
Union/Salary Plan/Grade: Nonunion/MO-6 / 35 Hours Per Week
Please refer to the Salary Information section on Boston.gov
Job posted 5/22/17 – Link: https://city-boston.icims.com/jobs/13248/job?iis
Keywords: job, historic preservation, Boston
Posted: June 1, 2017
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