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🔗Indianapolis Preservation Coordinator

  • Full Time
  • Indianapolis, IN
  • $50,000-$52,000 USD / Year
  • Applications have closed
  • Department: Preservation Services
  • Job Summary: The Indianapolis Preservation Coordinator at Indiana Landmarks functions within the metro area on various preservation and revitalization projects, focused on real estate and advocacy programs.
  • Job Qualifications:

    •knowledge of historic preservation principles and programs; Bachelor’s degree in historic preservation, or a related field, is required; Master’s degree is preferred.

    •understanding of real estate and/or construction management practices;

    •excellent organizational and communication skills, including regular public speaking; and general knowledge of computers, photography and grant writing.

  • How to Apply:

    Persons interested in applying for the position should submit a cover letter, current resume and references to:

    Mark Dollase, Vice President of Preservation Services

    Indiana Landmarks

    1201 Central Avenue

    Indianapolis, IN   46202


  • Job benefits: Comprehensive Benefits Package, including medical insurance and PTO
  • Physical Demands / Work Environment: Must have a car for local transportation; minor construction may be needed
  • Contact Name: Mark Dollase
  • Application Email:
  • Application Address: 1201 Central Avenue Indianapolis, IN 46202

Website Indiana Landmarks

Indiana Landmarks revitalizes communities, reconnects us to our diverse heritage and saves meaningful places.

The Indianapolis Preservation Coordinator works closely with the Vice President on the Endangered Places Program in central Indiana, including a revolving fund through which endangered buildings are acquired, rehabilitated, and resold with protective covenants. Related responsibilities include:

  • Working with design professionals on the review of construction specifications;
  • Solicitation of bids and coordination and supervision of construction work;
  • Marketing of properties through digital newsletter content and real estate showings;
  • Investigation of new acquisitions and negotiations with private individuals or government agencies for the acquisition of new properties;
  • Monitoring protective covenants on properties previously sold through the program.

In addition, the Indianapolis Preservation Coordinator is responsible for the following:

  • Provide a full range of preservation services in metro Indianapolis, focusing on issues such as smart growth, sustainability, neighborhood investment, and downtown revitalization;
  • Assisting advocacy efforts to save endangered landmarks in the greater Indianapolis area;
  • Engaging with urban neighborhoods and providing staff support to Historic Urban Neighborhoods of Indianapolis (HUNI), a consortium of neighborhood associations located in or near downtown;
  • Planning and coordinating various educational and community programs, such as technical workshops or those associated with National Historic Preservation Month;
  • Assisting with technical assistance projects, developing content for Indiana Landmarks’ digital newsletter, and other programs as assigned.