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Part time Historic Preservation Consultant

  • Part Time
  • Las Vegas, New Mexico, USA
  • March 10, 2021
  • Salary ($): 17,000
  • Job Qualifications:

    Qualifications:  A Bachelor’s degree with a major concentration in history, American studies, Southwest studies, architecture, archaeology, anthropology, architectural history, information technology, media arts, or computer sciences is required.  A Master’s degree in the above fields is preferred, with specific preference for historic preservation, architecture, architectural history, planning and urban design, archaeology, or a Certificate in Historic Preservation.

  • How to Apply:

    Provide Resume/CV, Letter of Interest and letter(s) of recommendation by March 10, 2021 to (Questions:  716-864-1658)

  • Application Email:
  • Application Phone #: 716 864 1658

Website Las Vegas Citizens' Committee for Historic Preservation

To preserve, protect and promote the historic, cultural, and architectural heritage of greater Las Vegas through education and advocacy, and to encourage economic development through restoration and rehabilitation.

The Las Vegas Citizens’ Committee for Historic Preservation (LVCCHP), a leading nonprofit organization in Las Vegas, New Mexico for over 40 years, seeks a part-time consultant to complete these grant-funded activities by September 30, 2021 :

·        Assist LVCCHP in assessment of existing historic preservation program including evaluating existing informational programs such as walking tours, publications, exhibits, conferences, etc., provide recommendations on implementation of the historic preservation program.

·        Assist in the review of locally listed properties and recommend the nomination of buildings missing in existing City ordinance and local CH Overlay District.

·        Assist LVCCHP in enhancement of mobile app by gathering architectural, cultural, photographic information and assist with input of information and presentation to public.  ( )

·        Assist in coordinating the LVCCHP’s  plan to celebrate the 200th anniversary of the Santa Fe Trail.

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