$61,868.00 – $93,966.00 Annually
Dauphin County, PA
Non-Civil Service Permanent Full-time
Historical & Museum Commission
HM St Hstrc Prsvn Off
8/28/2023 11:59 PM Eastern
Bureau / Division Code
Bureau / Division
HM St Hstrc Prsvn Off
400 North Street
Are you a highly skilled historic preservationist with National Register experience? The Pennsylvania State Historic Preservation Office (PA SHPO) is seeking a Historic Preservation Supervisor to coordinate the office’s National Register of Historic Places program. Take the next step in your professional career and apply with us today!
DESCRIPTION OF WORK
The PA SHPO uses its resources to educate, encourage, and enable Pennsylvanians to value and preserve Pennsylvania’s history and culture. Our role is to identify, promote, and protect the architectural and archaeological resources of the commonwealth. The Historic Preservation Supervisor is responsible for overseeing the National Register of Historic Places program, supervising staff, and helping to guide proactive research, documentation, and survey efforts.
Interested in learning more? Additional details regarding this position can be found in the position description.
Work Schedule and Additional Information:
- Full-time employment.
- Work hours are 8:00 am to 4:30 pm, Monday – Friday, with a 60-minute lunch.
- Telework: You may have the opportunity to work from home (telework) part-time up to 3 days a week. Specific days will be determined by bureau directors according to bureau needs. In order to telework, you must have a securely configured high-speed internet connection. If you are unable to telework, you will have the option to report to the headquarters office in Harrisburg.
- Salary: In some cases, the starting salary may be non-negotiable.
- You will receive further communication regarding this position via email. Check your email, including spam/junk folders, for these notices.
REQUIRED EXPERIENCE, TRAINING & ELIGIBILITY
Minimum Experience and Training Requirements:
- One year in the Historic Preservation Specialist classification; or
- A Bachelor’s Degree in Architectural History, American History, Archaeology, or a closely related field plus three years experience working on an architectural survey, an architectural restoration and preservation project, historic preservation program, or a preservation assistance project; or
- Any equivalent combination of experience and training.
- Must have experience supervising professional staff.
- Meet or exceed the Secretary of the Interior’s Professional Qualification Standards.
- At least three years of experience writing National Register of Historic Places nominations, and/or demonstrable experience with nomination development, nomination review and editing, and successful interactions with staff, boards, and federal agencies.
- Demonstrable experience interpreting and applying National Park Service guidance and criteria for evaluating archaeological and/or above ground properties for National Register of Historic Places eligibility and listing.
- Demonstrable experience interpreting and applying contexts and Multiple Property Documentation Forms to historic resources.
- Demonstrate excellent ability working with a team of individuals and independently.
- Demonstrable experience conducting surveys of historic resources.
- Proficiency using technology and software applications to manage historic resource data, workflows, and workload.
- Experience in developing and implementing public outreach programs, conducting preservation education, and public speaking.
- Possession of a current driver’s license which is not under suspension.
- You must be able to perform essential job functions.
Preferred Qualifications (not required):
- Excellent computer and word processing skills using MS Office products and data management systems such as the SHPO’s PA-SHARE