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🔗Historic Preservation Coordinator

  • Full Time
  • Frankfort, KY
  • $3,733.60 - $5,600.40 USD / Month
  • Applications have closed
  • Department: Division of Environmental Analysis
  • Job Qualifications:

    Graduate of a college or university with a master’s degree in architectural history, American studies, American civilization, folklore, cultural geography, historic preservation, early American culture, museum management, art history or a related field.
    Four years experience in historic preservation programs.
    One year of experience working with Federal Highway Administration (FHWA) guidelines and regulations relative to cultural-historic architectural analyses of transportation projects must be demonstrated, including familiarity with the Section 106 process and Section 4(f).
    One year of experience working in and knowledge of the architecture and history of the Ohio River Valley as a context to aid in assessment of assessing the significance of any identified cultural resources. While the majority of work will be performed in an office setting, some travel will be required. Some work will be performed in an outdoor setting, and may include traversing uneven terrain, exposure to the elements, and other typical hazards one may encounter outdoors.

  • How to Apply:

    Apply by following the link below, and clicking the Apply Now button. Applicants need to complete an online application form and should include a current PDF copy of their resume.

  • Job benefits: Paid leave, health insurance, retirement
  • Physical Demands / Work Environment: Job will require travel within the state and working outdoors in a variety of conditions
  • Contact Name: Daniel B. Davis
  • Application URL:
  • Application Address: Kentucky Transportation Cabinet 200 Mero Street Frankfort, Kentucky 40622

Website Kentucky Transportation Cabinet

Complete research, fieldwork, and reports to document historic properties that may be affected by transportation projects.
Requests proposals and oversees, coordinates, and reviews the work of contracted consultants as necessary to identify and document historic properties.
Coordinates the work of the first two tasks with the appropriate regulatory and federal agencies to obtain necessary environmental clearances.
Provides assistance and technical oversight to KYTC in the evaluation of laws and regulations as they pertain to the Cabinet’s obligations regarding environmental and natural resource polices.