Jobs Summary: Functions as a project manager in the Current Planning Division, Historic Preservation Section. Under general supervision, reviews and makes recommendations on certificates of appropriateness (routine and Landmark Commission) for properties within a historic district. Manages and coordinates projects between various departments, divisions and agencies. Discusses and makes presentations on historic preservation to task forces and Landmark Commission. Processes requests for tax incentives. Conducts research and analysis and responds to requests for information.
Minimum Qualifications: Master's degree in planning, historic preservation, engineering, architecture, economics, political science or public administration plus two years professional level urban planning experience. Bachelor's degree in specified field plus four (4) years of the specified experience will qualify. A valid driver's license and good driving record is required. Bilingual skills are a plus.