Position Title: Historic Preservation Specialist
Program: Los Angeles Unified School District
Program Support Services
Work Location: Downtown Los Angeles
Anticipated Start Date: Mid January 2018
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A successful candidate for this position will be assigned to the DACM contract with the Los Angeles Unified School District (LAUSD) Facilities Construction Program.
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Salary Range: $138,000 to $152,000 per annum
Manage the Districts compliance on issues related to historical resources, especially as it relates to the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA). Coordinate with the Districts CEQA compliance group to ensure that CEQAs provisions for historical resources are followed, through the identification, documentation, and management of LAUSDs historic assets and through the preparation and review of environmental compliance documentation. The Historic Preservation Specialist and Coordinator will review LAUSD projects and activities involving campuses with historical resources to plan for the avoidance, mitigation, or to minimize potential impacts to the historic integrity of the campuses.
1. Ensure the Districts compliance with established design guidelines (including but not limited to the Districts Historic Context Statement, Design Guidelines and Treatment Approaches for Historic Schools, School Design Guide, and Program Environmental Impact Report for the School Upgrade Program), and provide or update comprehensive performance guidelines and criteria as necessary.
2. Prepare historic assessments for the Districts campuses including but not limited to: Historic Resource Evaluations, Character Defining Features Memoranda (CDFM), and Secretary of the Interior (SOI) conformance reviews.
3. Provide project level historic review and input during the schematic, 50%, and final planning phases for efforts at the Districts historic campuses.