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🔗Director, Southwest Field Office

  • Full Time
  • Evansville, IN
  • $47,000-$50,000 USD / Year
  • Applications have closed
  • Department: Preservation Services
  • Job Summary: Indiana Landmarks seeks a professional to represent the organization’s preservation efforts within a six-county area of southwestern Indiana. The Director also manages a contractual arrangement with Historic New Harmony, a National Historic Landmark
  • Job Qualifications:

    Knowledge of historic preservation principles and programs, as well as national, state, and local laws and procedures relating to historic preservation;
    Understanding and knowledge of rehabilitation practices and  The Secretary of the Interior’s Standards and Guidelines for Rehabilitating Historic Buildings
    Knowledge of project and construction management and current best practices;
    Excellent organizational, communication, and problem-solving skills;
    Proven “people” skills, including ability to interact with and motivate individuals;
    General knowledge of computers, photography, and grant-writing;  and
    Bachelor’s degree in historic preservation, history, or related field (Master’s degree and/or 3-5 years prior work experience in the field preferred);

     

  • How to Apply:

    To apply, submit a cover letter, resume, and references to:

    Mark Dollase
    Vice President of Preservation Services
    Indiana Landmarks
    1201 N. Central Avenue
    Indianapolis, IN 46202

    mdollase@indianalandmarks.org

     

  • Job benefits: Comprehensive Benefits Package, including medical insurance and PTO
  • Physical Demands / Work Environment: Must have a car for traveling throughout the region
  • Contact Name: Mark Dollase
  • Application Email: mdollase@indianalandmarks.org
  • Application Address: 1201 Central Avenue, Indianapolis, IN 46202

Website Indiana Landmarks

Responsibilities include:

Identify endangered historic structures within the region, determine significance, and help formulate what strategies the organization should undertake to preserve them;
Provide technical assistance to local preservation commissions, government officials, community organizations, and other groups and individuals interested in preserving historic structures
Actively work with communities to save endangered structures by assisting with advocacy, fundraising, marketing and capacity-building of local historic preservation organizations;
Promote the organization’s architectural façade easement program; secure easements on historic properties and monitor existing easement/covenant properties on an annual basis;
Oversee stabilization/rehabilitation measures and marketing of Indiana Landmarks-owned properties acquired through the Endangered Places Acquisition Fund;
Contribute research, content, photographs, and other information for Indiana Preservation, Indiana Landmarks’ bi-monthly magazine and a monthly e-newsletter on preservation activities in the region; and
Lead or assist with other projects and programs of Indiana Landmarks, as assigned.



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