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🔗Preservation Manager

  • Full Time
  • Hartford, CT
  • 50000 USD / Year
  • Applications have closed
  • Job Summary: Connecticut Landmarks owns and operates twelve historic sites, spanning four centuries of Connecticut history. The Preservation Manager manages and conducts regular maintenance and restoration projects at all historic properties.
  • Job Qualifications:

    Preferred qualifications include at least five years of experience with historic building architecture, construction, historic preservation, and/or trades. An Associate’s degree in construction management or business is preferred. Applicants must possessstrong project management skills with experience in assessing historic structures’ safety and needs. Experience with building technologies, budgets, bid pricing, bidding, architectural plan reading, permitting, and contracts. Applicant should have some background with hand and power tools to perform critical, time-sensitive work. Must have familiarity, comfort with Microsoft Office (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, SharePoint), and possess a valid driver’s license. Position will require up to 75% travel throughout the state in personal vehicle.

  • How to Apply:

    Applicants should submit a letter of interest, resume, and at least three references to Robert Brock, Deputy Director at robert.brock@ctlandmarks.org with the subject line: “Preservation Manager.” Applications will be accepted until January 31, 2023.

  • Job benefits: Health, Life Insurance, Retirement, Travel reimbursement, flexible schedule
  • Contact Name: Robert Brock
  • Application Email: robert.brock@ctlandmarks.org
  • Application Address: 59 S. Prospect Street, Hartford, CT 06106

Website Connecticut Landmarks

Connecticut Landmarks uses historic properties to inspire an understanding of our complex past. We have a vision of a state whose understanding of its diverse past inspires its people to move forward together as one.

Connecticut Landmarks owns and operates twelve historic sites, spanning four centuries of Connecticut history. The Preservation Manager manages and conducts regular maintenance and restoration projects at all historic properties. They address Site Administrator needs and property preservation requests promptly and within an established budget. The primary focus of this role is to oversee contractors and consultants to manage the restoration of properties and grounds. This position will also perform some semi-skilled and skilled work in the critical maintenance, repair, and restoration of historic buildings, landscapes, equipment, and fixtures. The Preservation Manager will also assist in the preparation of the annual restoration project budget, contribute specific information for state bond requests and grant applications, and have extensive interactions with government permitting contacts, construction contractors, and tradespeople.

Examples of position responsibilities include overseeing and managing the maintenance and restoration of historic buildings and landscapes; managing infrastructure and security; managing contractors; managing bidding and contracting; developing budgets; supporting grant and funding requests; and providing regular inspection records.

The position is full-time with full medical and retirement benefits, plus travel reimbursement and a flexible work environment. Salary is $50,000/year.



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