Serves as Historic Resources Section Chief, overseeing the National Register and Survey, Environmental Review and Planning, and Tax Incentives and Rehabilitation Guidance programs. Assists with reviews and provides guidance on historic resources and projects within Sections programs. Provides technical assistance, provides information to the public, makes presentations, and conducts site visits as necessary. Ensures conformance with applicable state and federal laws and regulations. Advises Historic Preservation Division Director, Commissioners Office, other Division Directors, and policy-makers on preservation-related issues, projects, and policies. Advises on and assists with controversial and sensitive preservation projects and issues. Establishes and maintains partnerships with other preservation organizations. Manages Section personnel with three direct reports. Manages special projects as necessary, including statewide GIS program.
Completion of a Bachelor's degree in a related field
Three years of experience managing professional level staff.
Seven years of experience, three years of which managing at the level equivalent to area of assignment.
Three years of experience at the lower level or position equivalent (GSM010).
A combination of education and experience at agency discretion.
Preference may be given to applicants with the following:
- Masters degree in historic preservation or architectural history.
- Experience with Section 106 compliance and/or state and federal tax incentive programs and/or National Register eligibility determinations either working in an agency or in a consulting role.
- Experience with the Georgia Natural, Archaeological, and Historic Resources GIS (GNAHRGIS) or ESRI GIS.
- Demonstrated ability to manage staff engaged in a wide variety of activities.
- Demonstrated ability to manage challenging projects.