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Posted: 11/12/2016

Employer
University of Oregon
Historic Preservation Program

The UO Historic Preservation Program resides within the School of Architecture & Allied Arts (A&AA). With the support of a major individual gift, the Program recently relocated from the University’s main campus in Eugene to its new headquarters in the 1883 cast iron front White Stag Building in the Old Town district of Portland. The new location houses state-of-the-art facilities – library, classrooms, studios, offices, conference facilities, and woodshop/lab – that will elevate the educational experience for the Historic Preservation Program. The city of Portland offers faculty and students a vast laboratory of physical and cultural landmarks, a strong network of professional practitioners, and significant resources for research, including the Oregon Historical Society archives and the Architectural Heritage Center’s collection of historic building components.


Position
Art DeMuro Assistant Professor in Historic Preservation
#8498
Type
Professional Opportunity
Location
Portland, OR
Details
 

The Historic Preservation Program seeks an active scholar and educator for its nationally recognized professional masters degree program. The successful candidate for this position will have begun a record of relevant and innovative research and professional practice in one or more of the following areas: Cultural Resource Management, Building Sciences, and Heritage Conservation.  The Program seeks candidates who demonstrate an understanding of the role of preservation in addressing issues of cultural diversity and who will have an interest in broadening the field to incorporate underrepresented constituencies.  A strong interest in the West or Pacific Northwest region is desirable, and the Program seeks candidates with the ability to work effectively with faculty, students, and communities of diverse backgrounds. Qualifications include a terminal graduate degree from an accredited institution which must be attained before September 15, 2017 (doctoral degree or masters degree as expected in the candidates academic field), preferably in historic preservation or a closely related field.

 
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How to apply
Applications are to be submitted via Academic Jobs Online: https://academicjobsonline.org/ajo/jobs/8498 Please submit only the following; additional items will not be considered in the first review of applications. 1. A letter of application explaining your interest in this position and addresses your specific qualifications. Please include a discussion of your approach to field training and related activities, if appropriate. 2. Your comprehensive curriculum vitae. 3. A one-page statement of your scholarly approach to historic preservation. 4. A one-page statement of your teaching philosophy and approach toward mentoring students. 5. A copy of one article-length, peer-reviewed submittal in the historic preservation field or a related professional field addressing historic resources. You may substitute a portfolio item of an applied preservation project (e.g., National Register nomination, HABS drawing, or professional report) for this submittal. 6. The names and contact information for three referees. Referees will not be contacted unless the applicant advances forward to the semifinal round of review. The position will be open until filled. Review of applications will begin in January 2017.
James Buckley
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