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Architectural Historian/Surveyor I, Mobile Historic Development Commission (Mobile, AL)
Historic Preservation Blog from PreservationDirectory.com - Architectural Historian/Surveyor I, Mobile Historic Development Commission, Mobile Alabama, jobs, employment
Contributed By: Keri Coumanis
Email The Author: coumanis@cityofmobile.org
Website: http://www.mobilehd.org

ISSUE DATE: 09-15-08
ANNOUNCEMENT NO. 12426
VOID AFTER: OPEN CONTINUOUS

THE PERSONNEL BOARD FOR MOBILE COUNTY, ALABAMA announces an OPEN COMPETITIVE examination for 11970 - ARCHITECTURAL HISTORIAN/SURVEYOR I

SALARY JURISDICTION MONTHLY RATE YEARLY RATE 02 - CITY OF MOBILE $2,981 - $4,765 $35,774 - $57,190

EXAMINATION: IMPORTANT NOTICE TO APPLICANTS. READ CAREFULLY. No written or oral examination will be required. Applicants will be scored on the basis of an evaluation of their education, training, experience and personal qualifications as outlined by the candidates' sworn statements in their application, upon corroborative evidence obtained by investigation and the applicants' responses to the Supplemental Questionnaire Form. Applicants must provide all background information and supportive documents as requested on the application form and job announcement.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATION REQUIREMENTS: Attainment of a minimum of a master's degree from a recognized college or university in architectural history, historic preservation, art history or closely related area and preferably some experience in historical research and surveying; or a combination of education and experience equivalent to these requirements.

KIND OF WORK: This is field work in researching, surveying and evaluating buildings and residences for historical significance for the Historical Development Commission.

ESSENTIAL REQUIREMENTS OF THE WORK: Good knowledge of architectural history and historical preservation; good knowledge of technical research principles and procedures; some knowledge of federal regulations applicable to historical preservation and renovation; ability to communicate effectively, both orally and in writing; ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with architects, contractors, property owners, other employees and the general public.

RESIDENCE REQUIREMENTS: There are NO residence requirements in order to apply. Applicants must bear all expenses incurred in reporting for testing or appointment. Upon appointment, the law gives the right to each Appointing Authority (Employer) to fix any further legal requirements regarding residence.

NOTE: THIS EXAMINATION ANNOUNCEMENT AUTOMATICALLY CANCELS EXAMINATION NO. 12144 ISSUED 02-25-08. FINAL DATE FOR FILING APPLICATION: Applications should be returned as soon as possible. In the event of tied scores, Rule 8.1 dictates that ties will be broken by the order in which applications are filed. There is NO predetermined final closing date. Applications will be received until further notice. DONALD DEES, DIRECTOR THE AGENCIES WE SERVE ARE EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYERS

1809 Government St. Mobile, AL 36606 - P.O. Box 66794 Mobile, AL 36660-1794 www.personnelboard.org

Applications may be faxed to (251) 445-2219


Keywords: Architectural Historian/Surveyor I, Mobile Historic Development Commission, Mobile Alabama, jobs, employment

Posted: October 28, 2008
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