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🔗Director, Graduate Program in Historic Preseration

  • Full Time
  • Burlington, VT
  • $52,400 for nine month contract plus directorship TBD USD / Year
  • Applications have closed
  • Department: History. Graduate Program in Historic Preservation
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  • Job Summary: Director, Graduate Program in Historic Preservation, University of Vermont
  • Job Qualifications:

    The successful candidate should: Hold a graduate degree in Historic Preservation, or a Ph.D. in Architectural History, American Studies, Urban History, or related field.
    Have substantial experience as an innovative educator, or practitioner, or administrator in Cultural Resource Management policy, practice, theory, and technology.
    Have the capacity to teach advanced graduate-level courses that touch a broad spectrum of disciplines that shape our built and cultural environments.
    Demonstrate a commitment to current pedagogical trends in the field and of developments in the candidate’s areas of research expertise.

  • How to Apply:

  • Job benefits: Medical, dental, and other benefits
  • Contact Name: Robert McCullough, Director, Graduate Program in Historic Preservation.
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  • Application Phone #: 802-656-3150
  • Application Address: University of Vermont Human Resources 228 Waterman Building 85 South Prospect Street Burlington, VT 05405 Phone: (802) 656-3150 e-mail:

Website University of Vermont

Established in 1791, the University of Vermont is considered a public-ivy and consistently ranked as one of the top public universities in the United States. Our academic programs combine faculty-student relationships most commonly found in a small liberal arts college with the resources of a land-grant research institution. UVM’s tradition of equity and social justice extends not only to faculty, staff, and students, but also is reflected in a commitment to environmentally sound and sustainable practices.

The University of Vermont’s Department of History in the College of Arts and Sciences invites applications for a full-time, non-tenure track position in Historic Preservation at the rank of Lecturer. The initial appointment term is for the 2024-2025 academic year, subject to annual review, and is renewable based on the factors outlined in the Collective Bargaining Agreement. Confirming the university’s commitment to its Historic Preservation Program, the appointment may be converted to a tenure track line at a future date, depending on results of a current fundraising campaign, progress toward enrollment benchmarks being developed, the scholarship record of candidates, or other factors.