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Posted: 01/26/2017

Maryland Historical Trust
Maryland Department of Planning

The Maryland Historical Trust (MHT) is the State’s Historic Preservation Office and located within the Maryland Department of Planning.

Architectural Survey Administrator
Professional Opportunity
Crownsville, MD
Open Until

This position falls within the Research and Survey unit. The unit is the core of the Office of Research, Survey, & Registration, from which all research and field data is developed, and includes the statewide architectural survey program.

This position oversees the survey of standing structures throughout the state and supervises documentation efforts for inclusion in the Maryland Inventory of Historic Properties (MIHP).  This includes intensive review of MIHP forms, photographs, measured drawings, research designs and final written reports to ensure they meet State and Federal standards.

The position administers state and federal grant programs related to multi-disciplinary survey and evaluation activities throughout the state including selection of grants, project development, hiring, training, and supervision of consultants in the field.


In addition, this position conducts in-depth field analysis and documentation of significant recourses and provides technical expertise to state agencies, local governments, federal agencies, non-profit organizations and the general public.

How to apply
The on-line application process is STRONGLY preferred. Go to: https://www.jobaps.com/MD/sup/bulpreview.asp?R1=17&R2=002586&R3=0003 If on-line access is not available, you may submit a paper application and supplemental questionnaire to: Department of Budget and Management Recruitment and Examination Division 301 W. Preston St., Suite 608 Baltimore, MD 21201 RE: (Job Announcement #17-002586-0003)
Heather Barrett
Phone: 410.697.9536
100 Community Place
Crownsville, MD 21032



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