🔗Historic Preservation Specialist 1
Website New Jersey Historic Trust
The New Jersey Historic Trust was created by law in 1967 to preserve New Jersey's historic resources across the state.
Reviews preservation grant applications; reviews project initiating materials and fiscal documentation from grant recipients; prepares project budgets; establishes and maintains cooperative working relationships with representatives from local, state, and federal government agencies, historical groups, and members of the general public; conducts seminars and training programs for historic property interpreters, site managers, and board members; assists in organizing or participates in the conference, workshops, meetings, and public hearings; addresses various groups concerning
programs and preservation issues; prepares correspondence; prepares clear, sound accurate, and informative reports on historic preservation and cultural management containing findings, conclusions, and recommendations; maintains records and files; may perform other related duties as required.