🔗Historic Preservationist II
City of St. Petersburg
This is technical and creative work operating across traditional government, business, and social networks while researching, developing, and maintaining the diverse elements of a comprehensive and successful historic preservation program. Work involves ensuring procedural due process and compliance with applicable federal, state, and local regulations and codes; administration of Certificates of Appropriateness for local landmarks and properties within local historic districts; preparation of training and other information tools; assistance with financial incentives, including grants and the execution of local ad valorem tax exemptions for historic preservation; assistance with preparing nominations to the National Register and processing of Local Landmark designation applications; assistance with researching and updating Florida Master Site File forms, Signs of Historic Significance, and Legacy Businesses; assistance with Traditional Streetscapes; and assistance with other general research; and the execution of special projects relating to historic preservation and heritage tourism. (www.stpete.org/history)
Work requires the exercise of considerable independent judgment, initiative, ingenuity, and tact; maintaining knowledge of emerging trends concerning historic preservation; and extensive, productive interaction with City officials, other government agencies, the historic preservation commission, historic preservation, and tourist organizations and facilities, property owners, and developers. The Historic Preservationist II will work with a wonderful collection of historic resources dating from the early to mid-20th century and have the inspiring natural beauty, appealing climate, and charming tradition of the Florida Gulf Coast’s premier urban community.
Salary: $59,405 – $95,763
Close Date: 12-30-2022 (11:59 PM)