The incumbent in this position serves as the Transportation Enhancement (TE) and associated programs project reviewer. Reviews TE project applications; provides comments and assists in making decisions regarding project awards. Reviews and comments on TE projects as submitted in planning phase, including review for Section 106 compliance and consistency with SOI Standards for the Treatment of Historic Properties. Inspects TE project sites in accordance with established schedule protocols. Provides preservation technical assistance and guidance to TE project applicants, Federal Highways Administration, Georgia Department of Transportation and other agencies. Provides TE program reporting and manages program files in accordance with established procedures. Ensures conformance with applicable state and federal laws and regulations for TE program area. Maintains partnership relations with associated program agencies and other preservation organizations. Advises Environmental Review Program Manager, Historic Resources Section Chief, Historic Preservation Division Director, and other agency officials on TE program-related issues and projects. Supports other HPD program areas as necessary. Supports and participates in special projects as necessary.
Completion of a Bachelor's degree from an accredited college or university in Architectural Design, Landscape Architecture, Architecture or a closely related field.
State license to practice architecture.
Preference may be given to applicant with a masters degree in architectural history, planning, or history in combination with minimum qualifications educational requirements or other multiple degree combinations including disciplines from both minimum and preferred qualification lists and one or more of the following:
- Experience with reviewing projects for Section 106 compliance and other similar and related state and federal laws or experience with evaluating historic resources for eligibility for listing in the National Register of Historic Places and reviewing work for consistency with SOI Standards.
- Experience planning/implementing building rehabilitation, streetscape infrastructure/amenity, or pedestrian corridor/trail development projects at local government level.
- Experience planning/managing preservation-related public works or historic district redevelopment projects with multiple government agency approval jurisdictions.
- Experience working with at least one other core SHPO program area such as Tax Incentives, Certified Local Governments, or National Register on a consultant basis or as agency staff.
NOTE: Applicants must submit both a State Application for Employment AND a resume with references.