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Architect (Historical), Gateway National Recreation Area (Staten Island, NY)
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Contributed By: Gateway National Recreation Area
Website: http://www.nps.gov

The incumbent serves as Architect (Historical) in the Project Management Division, Gateway National Recreation Area and provides professional, technical support for the Gateway National Recreation Area and the Fort Hancock leasing program as part of the interdisciplinary Fort Hancock Team. Fort Hancock is a component of the Fort Hancock and Sandy Hook Historic District which is a National Historic Landmark property. Responsible for the development and implementation of the rehabilitation programs, designs, construction and construction supervision for these projects through oversight of architects and engineers working for the Fort Hancock leasing program developer or others. Manages building rehabilitation and planning projects initiated by the National Park Service and by tenant groups from inception to occupancy or completion. Coordinates all compliance documents required under the National Environmental Protection Act, National Historic Preservation Act, and other pertinent legislation for submittal to review agencies, including negotiating changes to resolve differences and to comply with mandates. Works with National Park Service business office and project team members during leasing and project development to provide necessary design assistance and professional expertise. Participates in public workshops to facilitate input from environmental, civic historic preservation, and multiple special interest groups on the implementation of the Fort Hancock leasing program. Conducts feasibility and design analysis of building rehabilitation proposals. Reviews studies and estimates prepared by tenant design teams during project development. Advises management and real estate team members on building rehabilitation proposals and costs. Designated as primary NPS representative and point of contact responsible and point of contact responsible for all project design review and assistance efforts. Acts as facilitator between tenants and the external reviewing agencies during the Federal historic rehabilitation tax credit consultation and approvals process. Presents project to NPS internal environmental compliance and permitting groups during their review processes. Provides professional and technical guidance to the NPS, NPS tenants and tenant design design teams on matters related to building and site rehabilitation including design process, preservation criteria, code compliance and alternatives, risk assessment, design constraints, disabled access requirements, budget analysis, project feasibility and scheduling. Works closely with NPS public safety officials to resolve design criteria and ensure project compliance with applicable codes and standards.

Pay Range: From $72,921.00 to $94,802.00 USD per year

How to Apply: Refer to USAJOBS announcement GATE-08-183 DEU at http://jobsearch.usajobs.gov/

Gateway NRA provides abundant recreational and learning opportunities, from swimming, boating and fishing to team sports, bicycling and nature study.The living world can be explored in a wildlife refuge, holly forest, ocean dunes and coastal uplands.The nation's oldest operating lighthouse, forts that defended America, and sites that trace aviation's early days tell significant stories.


Keywords: Gateway National Recreation Area, National Park Service, employment, jobs, preservation jobs, historic jobs, architectural historian

Posted: December 2, 2008
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