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National Register Coordinator, History Nebraska (Lincoln, NE)
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Contributed By: Kylie Hatten
Website: http://history.nebraska.gov

History Nebraska is seeking a curious, organized, and detail-oriented person to serve as the agency’s National Register Coordinator. As a member of the Historic Preservation team, this position is accountable for researching and writing National Register of Historic Places (NRHP) nominations, ushering members of the public through the National Register process, and managing History Nebraska’s historic marker program. The NR coordinator gets to travel throughout the state to visit proposed NR properties to research and photograph candidates, and makes determinations of eligibility for all kinds of historic resources.

History Nebraska is a statewide educational institution that connects people to the past through our library and research center, conservation facility, interpretive sites, and the state archeology and historic preservation offices. History Nebraska’s objective is to become the most engaging and relevant state historical society in the nation. 

Our four core values are: 
• We do it Better Every Time. We are always looking to improve. When we fail, we know why and learn from it. 
• We Have Each Other’s Back. We work in groups; we support one another to ensure our projects are amazing. 
• We Own It. If we say we are going to do something, we do our best to get it done. 
• We Are Curious. We never stop learning and we encourage curiosity in others. 

Compensation is $20.05/hour. Position is permanent, full-time. 

Examples of Work
• Oversees National Register program, including researching and writing nominations, reviewing nominations that come to us from consultants or constituents, consulting on determinations of eligibility, and communicating with our review board members and the National Park Service. 
• Prepares scopes of work/requests for proposals for contractual professional services that we seek for National Register nominations, reviews their work. 
• Oversees contract staff, interns, and/or volunteers performing professional services. 
• Administers the state historic marker program, evaluating proposed markers, verifying research, and editing marker text for clarity and historical accuracy. 
• All other duties assigned. 

Qualifications / Requirements
Master's degree in history, archeology, architectural history or closely related field; OR Bachelor's degree in any of the above noted fields plus one of the following: a) two years experience in research, writing or teaching in a related field or b) substantial contribution through research and publication to the body of scholarly knowledge as determined applicable based on Secretary of the Interior Professional Qualifications Standards (36 CFR Part 61, Appendix A). 

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities
• Knowledge of programs administered by the State Historic Preservation Office, including policies and procedures under federal regulations governing the National Historic Preservation Act. 
• Knowledge of architectural history. 
• Ability to research, edit, write-up findings, and communicate effectively. 
• Conduct public outreach activities, including meetings, webinars, and workshops. 
• Possess computer skills in working with the Office Suite of programs, including Word, PowerPoint, Excel, Access. Knowledge of GIS is a definite advantage. 
• Ability to maintain effective working relationships with colleagues and the public.

 

Keywords: job, opportunity, Nebraska

Posted: March 18, 2021
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