Serves as coordinator and manager of National Register of Historic Places program. Administers statewide historic resources survey program. Develops National Register program protocols and procedures. Reviews and prepares National Register nominations and determinations of eligibility. Participates in the development of historic contexts. Ensures conformance with applicable laws and regulations. Provides public information, outreach services, and technical assistance. Assists with Division programs and activities. Manages program area personnel.
Masters degree from an accredited college or university
Two years of related experience.
Bachelors degree from an accredited college or university
Four years of related experience.
Completion of 90 quarter hours (60 sem hrs) at an accredited college or university
Six years of related experience.
Four years of experience at the lower level or position equivalent.
NOTE: Experience in a related area may substitute for degree on a year by year basis.
Completion of a Masters degree in Historic Preservation or closely-related field OR Completion of Masters degree in History with a concentration in American history or Georgia history.
Familiarity with the National Register of Historic Places nomination process and criteria.
Experience making public presentations.
Published in a local, state, or regional journal.
Demonstrated leadership in team environment including supervisory experience.