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Historic and Cultural Resources Planner, Washington State Department of Enterprise Services (Olympia, WA)
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Contributed By: Jennifer McWaid
Website: https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/washington/jobs/3116987/historic-and-cultural-resources-planner-facilities-planner-2

Historic and Cultural Resources Planner, Washington State Department of Enterprise Services (Olympia, WA)
For full details and to apply, visithttps://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/washington/jobs/3116987/historic-and-cultural-resources-planner-facilities-planner-2

The Planning and Project Delivery (PPD) team within DES’ Facility Professional Services division performs the integral role of ensuring quality services and long-term stewardship of the capitol campus and DES managed properties. The PPD team’s responsibilities include long-range planning services for state-owned buildings and grounds on campus, including historic buildings and grounds, a powerhouse, several roads, seven parks, one body of water, six parking garages, monuments and memorials, etc.

Who we are looking for:
Serving as the Historic and Cultural Resources Planner, you will provide historic preservation policy direction, cultural resources management, and budget and planning guidance to direct State stewardship of the public and historic facilities of the State capitol.  

The ideal candidate is a professional with expert knowledge of the theories, principles, and practices of historical preservation, cultural resource management, urban and regional planning techniques, data collection and trend analysis, laws, policies, standards and practices.  

Some of what you will enjoy doing: 
  • Provide historic preservation policy direction, cultural resources management, and budget and planning guidance to direct State stewardship of the public and historic facilities of the State Capitol. 
  • Monitor all undertakings and activities (planning, capital projects, tenant improvements, and ongoing operational activities) affecting these assets. 
  • Inventory historic and fine art assets, document value and condition, plan cyclical maintenance and conservation work, and manage funding allocated this purpose.  
  • Collaborate with Dept. of Archaeology & Historic Preservation, State Historical Society, State Arts Commission, City of Olympia, Thurston County, Tribal Governments, and other public and non-profit heritage, arts, and cultural agencies. Share information and resources, and leverage expertise. 
  • Consult on DES-managed capital and operational projects that impact properties 50 years of age or older, to support other public owners of historic property in setting and meeting historic preservation goals.
  • Provide support to the Assistant Program Manager-Planning, Master Planner (Facilities Senior Planner) during the development and update of the State Capitol Master Plan and other long-range planning activities. 
  • Serve as a team member in the planning and development of agency capital budget. Prepare supporting documentation and data analysis for capital budget proposals with emphasis in relation to historic preservation and cultural resources management

Required Qualifications: 
  • A Bachelor’s degree or above with major emphasis in historic preservation and cultural resource management, asset management/facility, urban or regional planning, architecture, engineering, landscape architecture, public administration with an historical and cultural preservation emphasis, or closely related field.
  • Three (3) years of professional experience in historic preservation and cultural resource management, urban or regional planning, architecture, engineering, landscape architecture, or facility management planning and/or program development.
Note: Additional qualifying experience may be substituted, year for year, for education at the agency’s discretion.

The most successful candidates will also possess the following knowledge, skills, and abilities:

This position must possess expert knowledge of the following:
  • Theories, principles, and practices of historical preservation, cultural resource management, urban and regional planning techniques, data collection and trend analysis, laws, policies, standards and practices. 
  • Fundamentals of asset and facility management.
  • Government organization and administrative structures at the federal, state and local levels.
  • State and local building codes and related standards
  • Customer relations and stakeholder engagement.

This position must have the ability to:
  • Maintain and improve working relationships within DES and its various divisions. 
  • Develop positive working relationships with tribal, federal, state, regional and local elected officials and staff representatives, stakeholder groups, special interest groups, and members of the public.
  • Accept responsibility for programmatic and project-related activities and related consequences.
  • Interpret and apply DES policies and practices.
  • Develop short and long-range work plans and planning processes.
  • Think conceptually and draw logical conclusions.
  • Observe and interpret trends and analyze data.
  • Address large groups and write effectively.
  • Lead and effectively manage multi-disciplinary professional internal and external work groups and teams.

Posted: June 23, 2021
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