[Heritage] Oregon Heritage News 2011-11-22
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Tue Nov 22 08:42:14 PST 2011
In This Issue:
1. Positions Open in Baker City, Salem
2. 2012 AASLH Scholarships Available
3. Historic Preservation Courses Offered
POSITIONS OPEN IN BAKER CITY, SALEM
Baker City: Historic Baker City is seeking a Program Manager to
coordinate downtown revitalization activities.
The position requires a dynamic, out-going team player with the proven
ability to multi-task, work in an independent environment, write grants
and work with both the public and private sectors. The successful
applicant will have excellent communication and writing skills, public
relations and managerial abilities, and a strong administrative
background. Previous nonprofit experience desired, with a background in
the areas of special event planning, small business development, or
volunteer recruitment and management a plus.
The application deadline is Dec. 2. To apply, submit a completed
application, resume, cover letter, and three references. The 500-word
cover letter should include a summary of work experience and how it is
suited to the Main Street and Historical District Programs in Baker
City. Mail an application packet to Historic Baker City, Inc., PO Box
1074, Baker City, OR, 97814 or email it to dir at historicbakercity.com .
Salem: The State Historic Preservation Office (SHPO) has two Program
Analyst 2 positions openings. The positions administer the state's
programs for identifying and designating historic buildings and sites in
accordance with state and federal guidelines. Duties include evaluating
significance of buildings; coordinating the survey and inventory of
historic properties statewide; reviewing, preparing, and monitoring
nominations to the National Register of Historic Places; advising and
assisting federal, state, and local agencies, as well as members of the
public, in the documentation and evaluation of historic properties.
These positions also administer Oregon's "Environmental Compliance"
programs for historic buildings and sites, as required by federal and
state laws. This involves working with representatives of government
agencies and private companies to minimize impacts to historic
properties by federal-or state-funded development projects. The
incumbents will work closely with other SHPO staff, especially those
involved in the identification and treatment of significant historic and
archaeological properties in Oregon.
Successful candidates will enjoy a mix of National Register, survey,
and environmental compliance duties. To apply, visit the Oregon State
Parks website at www.oregonstateparks.org and click on "Jobs." The
recruitment will close on December 5, 2011.
2012 AASLH SCHOLARSHIPS AVAILABLE
Each year, AASLH offers four scholarships to history professionals to
attend an AASLH Onsite Workshop. Application deadline is Dec. 12.
AASLH will award two “New Professional Scholarship” to applicants who
have been working in the field for three years or less; and two
“Workshop Diversity Fellowships” to applicants who represent a
minority group in the U.S.
Detailed information about the workshops is available at the AASLH
Applicants must be paid employees of a history organization. Recipients
receive registration fee reimbursement and a one-year individual
membership in AASLH. Applicants do not need to be AASLH members to apply
for Workshop Scholarships. Visit
www.aaslh.org/documents/2012ScholarshipApplication.doc to download an
HISTORIC PRESERVATION COURSES OFFERED
Astoria: Clatsop Community College has published its 2012 winter
schedule of historic preservation and restoration courses and workshops,
including two-day weekend workshops. Classes begin Jan. 9, 2012.
Weekend workshops include “Moisture and Thermal Protection”, “Leaded
Glass Window Repair”, “Historic Plaster Repair”, “Blacksmithing and
Historic Preservation”, “Wood Door Analysis and Repair” and “Wood Door
Registration begins Nov. 29. To view a full list of courses and
. Register online at www.clatsopcc.edu ( http://www.clatsopcc.edu/ ) or
Portland: The Historic Preservation League of Oregon is offering
several workshops designed for hosting at local sites. Workshops include
“Preservation 101: This Place Matters”, “How to Save an Endangered
Building” and “Adaptive Reuse of Historic Schools”.
Visit www.historicpreservationleague.org/forms/HPLOProgramsFlyer.pdf to
review a flyer containing information about the workshops. For further
information, email info at HistoricPreservationLeague.org or call (503)
Save the dates for the 2012 Oregon Heritage Conference: April 26 -28!
Oregon Heritage News is a service of the Oregon Heritage Commission.
Contact us by emailing heritage.info at state.or.us .
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