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Findit Survey Program Coordinator

  • Full Time
  • Athens, GA, USA
  • April 3, 2021
  • Department: Center for Community Design & Preservation
  • Job Reference #: S05318P
  • Salary ($): 43,000
  • Job Summary: Program Coordinator for Georgia’s “Findit” Historic Resource Survey Program, which provides UGA students with professional training in architectural history and field surveys through research and outreach grants for statewide partners.
  • Job Qualifications:

    Master’s degree in historic preservation, architectural history, urban planning, and/or commensurate work experience (4-6 years field survey experience preferred).

    Field survey, architectural history, and cultural assessment experience (2-3 years preferred).

    Project management, budget development experience (2-3 years preferred).

    Personnel Management, training, or education experience; team-building skills.

    Proficiency/literacy in GIS, CAD, or similar mapping techniques; familiarity with resource databases (GNAHRGIS a plus).

    Demonstrated research interest (especially emergent technologies and novel architectural typologies or related applied research); community-engaged scholarship a plus.

    Competency in Adobe Suite, photography.

    Interest in community and partner engagement (collaboration with state, region, and local partners as well as university and CED colleagues) and program advancement.

    Good written and oral communication and interpersonal skills; visual presentation experience.

    Self-motivated, well-organized, personable, and a team player.

  • How to Apply:

    For a full description of Duties/Responsibilities and to apply for this position online, visit UGAJobs via the link provided below.
    The following are required for full consideration:
    • Letter of Interest
    • Survey Project Report (including examples of mapping, writing, documentation, research; indicate which elements were solo work and which were teamwork)
    • Contract and budget example
    • Presentation example

  • Job benefits: Health, Paid time off, life insurance
  • Physical Demands: Sitting for long periods of time (computer/desk work); long-distance travel by car; in-person outdoor survey in urban and rural areas.
  • Application URL: http://www.ugajobsearch.com/postings/173830

Website The University of Georgia - College of Environment and Design

The Center for Community Design & Preservation (CCDP) serves as the public service and outreach office for the College of Environment & Design (CED) at The University of Georgia (UGA). We provide opportunities for our faculty and students in landscape architecture, historic preservation, and urban planning to engage in real-world projects and put their academic pursuits into practice.

This position serves as the Program Coordinator for Georgia’s “Findit” Historic Resource Survey Partnership Program between the University of Georgia-College of Environment and Design (UGA-CED) and the Georgia Transmission Corporation (GTC), the Georgia State Historic Preservation Office (Historic Preservation Division – Dept. of Community Affairs), the Georgia Department of Transportation (GDOT), public utilities, and Georgia communities. The Coordinator is the Primary Investigator for annual multi-year research and outreach grants sponsored by GTC (now in its 18th year) and GDOT (2-year mitigation project) as well as smaller environmental review, mitigation studies, and community surveys for Georgia municipalities and non-profits that contribute data to Georgia’s Archaeological, Natural and Historic Resources GIS database (GNAHRGIS). Additionally, the Findit program funds and provides skills-based professional training in architectural history and field survey for UGA College of Environment and Design (CED) students through 3-7 graduate assistantships per year. The Program Coordinator position (and all other student salaries and operational costs) is funded by and contingent upon sponsored project grants, which are reviewed/renewed annually. As a staff member of the UGA-CED Center for Community Design & Preservation (CCDP), this position also contributes to other outreach and engagement opportunities promoted by CCDP, and serves as a colleague of the UGA College of Environment and Design, adding value through committee positions and collegial partnerships.



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