We have two opportunities for Historic Preservation Planners in Phoenix! Below is a link to the recruitment for the two positions, although the recruitment does not have the specific information about the positions with the Historic Preservation Office. The job description is listed below. This recruitment is open until April 30th, 2019.
Areas of responsibility include:
Other responsibilities as assigned
- Staffing the Historic Preservation Office design review counter daily from 8:00 am to 12:30 pm and/or 12:30 pm to 5:00 pm to include greeting and assisting customers with historic preservation questions/issues, and processing design review and demolition applications
- Staffing the Historic Preservation Office front counter from 8:00 am to 12:30 pm several days per week to include greeting customers, answering phones, and responding to emails
- Processing design review applications to include consultation with customers, researching historic properties, reviewing and approving plans, and entering data into the permitting system
- Processing demolition plan reviews for commercial properties 50 years of age or older/individually eligible properties/and all properties within the Downtown Code zoning boundaries to include customer consultation, entering data into the city’s permitting system, verifying posting requirements, researching properties, summarizing review findings, and emailing interested parties with staff’s findings and eligibility recommendation
- Interpreting and applying Secretary of Interior Standards for the treatment of historic properties and the city’s General Design Guidelines for Historic Properties
- Researching properties to include sources such as building permits, city directories, newspapers, maps, aerials, surveys, and other resources as needed
- Analyzing the significance, integrity, and eligibility of properties for listing on the Phoenix Historic Property Register
- Maintaining geodatabase of properties eligible for listing on the Phoenix Historic Property Register
Posted: April 17, 2019
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