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🔗Easement Intern

  • Internship
  • Tallahassee, FL
  • 17 USD / Hour
  • Applications have closed
  • December 2, 2023
  • Job Summary: In this role, you will play a crucial part in organizing our easement filing system, reviewing policies and requirements and facilitating conversations with easement property owners.
  • Job Qualifications:

    Position Requirements
    – Currently pursuing or completed a Bachelor’s Degree in Law, Historic Preservation, Urban Planning, Public Policy or a related field.
    – Demonstrated interest in historic preservation and easement policy.
    – Excellent organizational skills with a high level of attention to detail.
    – Strong communication skills, both written and verbal, with the ability to engage effectively with stakeholders.
    – Proficiency with Microsoft Office; experience with database management is a plus.

    The ideal candidate
    – Is passionate about historic preservation and eager to learn about easement policy and management.
    – Is a self-motivated individual who can work both independently and collaboratively with a team.
    – Can manage multiple tasks and projects effectively, prioritizing as needed.
    – Has a diplomatic approach to communication and is adept at fostering positive relationships.
    The Florida Trust is an equal opportunity employer committed to racial justice, equity, and an inclusive workplace.

  • How to Apply:

    To Apply
    Please send your applications to Dafni Kirkpatrick To be considered, include the following:
    – Resume
    – Cover letter detailing your interest in the position and relevant experience
    – Two references (applicants will be notified before references are contacted)
    – One writing sample illustrating your ability to analyze policy or a related topic

  • Contact Name: Dafni Kirkpatrick
  • Application Email:

Website Florida Trust for Historic Preservation

The Florida Trust for Historic Preservation is a charitable nonprofit with a mission to promote the preservation and the inclusive sharing of the diverse architectural, historical and archaeological heritage of Florida.


Easement File Management (50% of time)
– Assist in organizing and updating the easement filing system to ensure accurate and easily accessible records.
– Conduct an audit of existing easement files to identify any gaps and collaborate with the team to ensure all necessary documentation is up-to-date.
– Develop a tracking system to monitor the progress of ongoing easement reviews and updates.
– Assist in preparing reports and presentations for the Board of Directors.

Policy and Requirement Review (35% of time)
– Assist in reviewing the existing policies and requirements governing our easements.
– Help identify and analyze whether easement conditions and requirements have been met, recommending actions as necessary.
– Assist in the creation of reports summarizing the status of policy compliance and any recommended adjustments.

Communication & Stakeholder Engagement (15% of time)
– Spearhead communications with easement property owners to maintain active and positive relationships.
– Facilitate conversations concerning policy updates, requirement compliance and other relevant topics.
– Develop and maintain a database of contacts, ensuring seamless communication with property owners.

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