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🔗Lead Preservationist

  • Full Time
  • Buffalo, NY
  • 45,000-52,000 USD / Year
  • Applications have closed
  • Department: Preservation Services
  • Job Qualifications:

    A master’s degree in historic preservation, urban, regional, or municipal planning, architecture, environmental studies, or related field; or a bachelor’s degree in one of the aforementioned fields with a minimum of three (3) years of relevant work experience.

  • How to Apply:

    Please send a letter of interest, resume, and at least two preservation-related writing samples to, including the words “Lead Preservationist Application” in the subject line. Please make sure to attach your application materials as a single PDF file. No calls, please.

  • Job benefits: Generous Time-off Polices, Flexible Work Schedules, and offer Health, Vision, and Dental Insurance
  • Application Email:
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Website Preservation Buffalo Niagara

Preservation Buffalo Niagara is the region’s only full-service, professionally staffed preservation organization, empowering Western New York communities to champion historic preservation as a means of creating a more culturally rich, vibrant, affordable, and sustainable community.

PBN is seeking a full-time Lead Preservationist. The Lead Preservationist works closely with the Executive Director to advance PBN’s mission and strategic plan. With support from the Preservation Services Department staff, they develop and oversee technical services, advocacy outreach, and direct intervention programs.  The Lead Preservationist will coordinate with other staff as appropriate to ensure that all PBN programs are strategically linked and mutually supporting.

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