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Posted: 01/13/2017

The Maryland National Capital Park and Planning Commission
Natural and Historic Resources

Created in 1927, The Maryland-National Capital Park and Planning Commission embodies the vision of forward-looking community leaders who saw the need to plan for orderly development and protection of the natural resources in the two suburban counties bordering the District of Columbia. During the Commission's proud 80 plus years of existence, the population of the area it serves has increased to approximately 2 million residents who inhabit a bi-county area of great economic, racial, ethnic and geographic diversity. The Commission's facilities, programs and responsibilities have constantly evolved and expanded to keep pace with the needs of this vibrant community. From assuming responsibility for the entire public recreation program in Prince George's County in the '70s, to building and strengthening ongoing regional business partnerships, the Commission has continued to plan, fund and deliver quality, innovative programs, facilities and services for over three-quarters of a century. M-NCPPC benefits the citizens of Montgomery and Prince George's Counties by Turning Visions Into Reality.

Senior Carpenter (14140, Grade T04)
Professional Opportunity
Greenbelt, MD

The Maryland-National Capital Park and Planning Commission ("M-NCPPC"), Prince George's County, Department of Parks and Recreation, Natural and Historical Resources Division is seeking a dedicated and skilled individual to serve as a Senior Carpenter within the Historic Property Maintenance Unit (HPMU).  Our nationally recognized Parks and Recreation Department has a long history of stewardship of historic properties and a large inventory of active house museums, historic structures and landscapes, and historic assets.  Located just outside of the nation's capital, in Prince George's County, Maryland, the Department manages 46 historic properties including 14 properties listed in the National Register of Historic Places, 2 National Historic Landmarks, 35 properties designated as County Historic Sites, 7 properties subject to Maryland Historical Trust Easements, and more than 100 archaeological sites.
The applicant will work closely with the Division's Historic Asset and Project Coordinator and HPMU Manager on historic preservation projects which includes projects such as rebuilding and replication of historic windows, re-glazing window sashes, dismantling and reassembling and/or repairing and stabilizing old tenant houses, barns and out structures; installing windows, doors, siding, and flooring in historic structures. The applicant will need to effectively work and communicate with internal staff assisting with the project and managing the different historic structures. The applicant being sought must have strong field experience working directly as a carpenter on historic projects and understand the most up-to-date construction approaches being used on such structures.

Work Conditions:
Indoor/outdoor, exposure to varied weather conditions, confined spaces, heights, dirt, noise, dust, and fumes.  Must be available to work during emergencies. 

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How to apply
All interested applicants must submit an application to our website www.mncppc.org/jobs for consideration.

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