This position coordinates historical site development and restoration projects, provides technical assistance to owners of historic properties, and elevates awareness of Nashville's architectural history.
• Inspects buildings and landmarks to establish their authenticity as historical sites and/or for compliance with preservation and zoning regulations.
• Reviews specifications and issues approvals for exterior work proposed in historically zoned districts.
• Surveys potential historic sites and/or districts and makes recommendations for preservation.
• Assesses the impact of projects on surrounding area.
• Studies proposals and evaluates impact they may have on historical properties and districts.
• Draws architectural illustrations and specifications for projects.
• Reviews and writes specifications for projects.
• Coordinates and attends meetings and/or projects with the public, staff, and other agencies.
• Researches and documents architecturally significant properties.
• Writes articles and reports for various publications.
Bachelor's Degree from an accredited college or university in a related field and significant experience, which would enhance skill in the field of preservation.
Master's Degree from an accredited college or university in a related field.
Valid "Class D" Driver's License
NOTE: To perform the duties of the position, applicants would typically have a degree in Architecture, Historic Preservation or Liberal Arts and related experience.
*Incumbents are required to use their personal vehicles in the performance of the job duties.
*Metro Government will not pay relocation expenses for this position.
Knowledge of architectural design and drafting techniques.
Skill in drawing architectural illustrations.
**An Incomplete application or missing documents may result in disqualification. **
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