DAH Program Coordinator with the Arkansas Historic Preservation Program (Little Rock, AR)
Contributed By: Jamie Harrison
To apply: visit the Arkansas jobs website WWW.ARSTATEJOBS.COM
Functional Job Title: DAH Program Coordinator (Technical Services Coordinator)
Scope of Work:
· Provide technical assistance regarding the repair, restoration, maintenance, replacement and alteration of materials, features and systems in historic buildings, structures and sites.
· Interpret and review architectural drawings and specifications for state and federal grant projects and Section 106 building-related projects to assure conformance with the Secretary of the Interior Standards.
· Advise and consult with building professionals, constituents, and government agency representatives regarding proper methods and materials for restoration and rehabilitation work to historic properties.
· Conduct site visits to assess damage and deterioration of historic properties and advise owners regarding proper corrective measures.
· Serves as member of the AHPP Courthouse and Historic Preservation Restoration Grant review committee.
· Manage the agency's conservation easement program by coordinating the donation process, disseminating information, conducting the review of plans and specifications related to easement properties, and facilitating or conducting periodic monitoring of the easement properties.
· Advise AHPP staff regarding matters related to the repair, restoration, maintenance and replacement of building materials, features and systems.· Providing limited architectural and interior design services, reviewing architectural plans and specifications. Develop methods of promoting and/or improving program.
· Disseminate literature and information by printed materials and public speaking engagements on specific topics and technology associated with historic preservation.
· Plan and conduct workshops and informational sessions regarding historic preservation technical issues.
· Performs related responsibilities as required or assigned.
Required Qualifications: The formal education equivalent of a bachelor's degree in historic preservation, history, English, education, general business, public administration, or a related field; plus two years of experience in a specific program related area.
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