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Posted: 07/30/2015

Employer
History Colorado
State Historical Fund

Colorado's State Historical Fund was created as part of a 1990 amendment to the state constitution authorizing limited-stakes gambling in three communities. State Historical Fund revenue comes from the state's Limited Gaming Fund, which is in place to distribute the money generated from the gaming tax, application and license fees, and other Division of Gaming revenues. Both competitive and non-competitive State Historical Fund grants are awarded for preservation projects.


Position
Survey and Education Grants Coordinator
GCA-8211S&EGC
Type
Professional Opportunity
Location
Denver, CO
Details
$3491-$3,922 per month
 

This position exists to provide guidance and advice to State Historical Fund grant recipients and their contractors to assist in achieving successful survey, nomination, planning, and education projects.  Projects may include historical and architectural surveys of urban and rural properties, nominations, educational programs focused on the use of survey results, and general education projects related to historic sites, structure, and districts.  This position develops technical support for the State Historical Fund and the Office of Archaeology & Historic Preservation staff.  In addition, the position creates strong relationships with institutions of learning and finds ways to include historic preservation in curriculum and programming.

OPen until
8/12/15

How to apply
Applications may be filed online at: http://www.colorado.gov/jobs
Cynthia Nieb
Phone: 303-866-2809
Fax: 303-866-2041
ADDRESS
1200 Broadway
Denver, CO 80203

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