Website Preservation Texas
Preservation Texas, founded in 1985 and headquartered in San Marcos, is the only full-service statewide historic preservation nonprofit organization in Texas. In addition to its annual Most Endangered Places list and biennial Honor Awards, PT is developing its 2,400-acre Bassett Farms Conservancy into a statewide preservation and conservation training center; has launched a Revolving Fund; and has secured $750,000 from the National Park Service for a new Rural African-American Heritage Grants Program.
The Endangered Properties Manager is a full-time, salaried employee based in Northeast Texas. The employee will report directly to the Executive Director and is responsible for overseeing all aspects of the organization’s Endangered Properties Program as described below. In addition, this staff member will serve as the Northeast Texas Program Officer and will be responsible for providing field services throughout the Northeast Texas region.
The Endangered Properties program includes:
- The Texas Rural African-American Heritage Grants program, provides grant funds to 11 historic places;
- The Northeast Texas Revolving Fund; and
- A proposed Easement Program.
A complete job description can be found on our website.