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JOB AVAILABLE: Historic Preservation Officer / Senior Planner, City of Tempe, Community Development Dept. (Tempe, AZ)
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Contributed By: Ryan Levesque
Website: http://www.tempe.gov

City of Tempe, Arizona
SENIOR PLANNER
HISTORIC PRESERVATION OFFICER

Annual Salary Range:
$70,345 - $94,493

Department / Division:
Community Development / Planning Division

Job Type:
Full-Time Regular

Job Number:
RC#901416

DESCRIPTION
• Fulfill the duties of the Historic Preservation Officer [as defined in Sec. 14A-3(1) of the Tempe City Code - Historic Preservation Ordinance]:
o Serving as secretary to the historic preservation commission, facilitating its efforts and, with other city staff as necessary, providing administrative support;
o Accepting applications for designations and proposed alterations, new construction, demolition or removal;
o Acting as intermediary between the commission and other city regulatory functions;
o Providing technical and background information to the commission and public, as required;
o Approving proposed alterations, new construction, demolition or removal affecting landmarks, historic properties and properties within historic districts, in the instance of such work being obviously minor in nature and impact, or in cases of imminent public hazard, and reporting such approvals to the commission;
o Preparing annual written reports of commission activities that are submitted to the state historic preservation officer (SHPO) and made available to the public. The reports shall contain, at a minimum, minutes of meetings, decisions made, special projects and activities, the number and type of cases reviewed, current resumes of commission members and member attendance records; and
o Maintaining the Tempe historic property register and lists of historic eligible and archeologically sensitive properties.
• Confer and coordinate with federal, state, local and tribal agencies, Community Development and other City of Tempe staff, the general public and other stakeholders in acquiring, maintaining and disseminating information and coordinating activities pertaining to preservation-related matters.
• Prepare applications for grants and other sources of funding as may become available; administer funded activities, such as the Tempe Historic Preservation Graduate Student Intern Program.
• Integrate preservation with City and departmental goals; provide assistance as needed in other planning, design and administrative efforts of the Community Development Department.

Work Experience:
Requires three (3) years’ experience in one or more pertinent fields such as archeology, architecture, construction, cultural geography, history, historic preservation, landscape architecture or planning. Historic preservation experience preferred.

Education:
Requires the equivalent to a Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university with major course work in archeology, architecture, construction, cultural geography, history, historic preservation, landscape architecture or planning.

Certifications, Licenses, and/or Registrations:
Certificate in Heritage Conservation, Real Estate Development, Section 106 Compliance and/or other training in Secretary of the Interior’s Standards and compliance with state and federal cultural resource regulations is preferred.


Posted: September 23, 2021
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