[Heritage] Oregon Heritage News 2016-02-09
INFO Heritage * OPRD
Heritage.Info at oregon.gov
Tue Feb 9 09:06:51 PST 2016
Special jobs issue:
1. SHPO seeks to hire historic preservation specialist
2. Capitol Foundation seeking executive director
3. OPB announces archivist opening
4. Pittock Mansion seeks pair for custodial positions
5. Klamath Museum seeks collections interns
SHPO SEEKS TO HIRE HISTORIC PRESERVATION SPECIALIST
The State Historic Preservation Office is seeking a hire a Program Analyst 2 (Historic Preservation Specialist). The position is responsible for administering Oregon's "Environmental Compliance" program 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 incumbent works closely with other SHPO staff, especially those involved in the identification and treatment of significant historic and archaeological properties in Oregon.
This position also assists in administering the state's programs for identifying and designating historic buildings and sites in accordance with state and federal guidelines. This includes the following: evaluate the significance of buildings; coordinate the survey and inventory of historic properties statewide; review, prepare, and monitor nominations to the National Register of Historic Places; advise and assist federal, state, and local agencies, as well as members of the public, in the documentation and evaluation of historic properties.
For more information and application instructions, visit this website<https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/oregon/jobs/1349303/program-analyst-2-historic-preservation-specialist>.
CAPITOL FOUNDATION SEEKING EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR
The Oregon State Capitol Foundation is seeking to hire its first .75 FTE executive director. The executive director will be responsible for providing full administrative support and leadership, and has overall accountability for implementing the strategic direction for all OSCF programs, expansion, fundraising, and execution of its mission.
Applications are due by March 4. Send completed applications via email to Joan Plank, Vice Chair, Oregon State Capitol Foundation, c/o Sharon Leighty & Co. at sharon at sharonleightyconsulting.com<mailto:sharon at sharonleightyconsulting.com>.
For more information, visit www.oregoncapitolfoundation.org<http://r20.rs6.net/tn.jsp?e=001N-MaCIp354cql5NkFmpCFUvDNcX675KuDdWycBmTh9dXxbtK-nz-r-YfcwUFFqvv4X2KoIP7BNuBjm5q2r3rIjbvXYxwb9Fn0c60DFornuFcF01RfGDyR4U1Z6xj4LYU> or contact Sharon Leighty at sharon at sharonleightyconsulting.com<mailto:sharon at sharonleightyconsulting.com> or 541-408-5060.
OPB ANNOUNCES ARCHIVIST OPENING
Oregon Public Broadcasting is looking for an experienced media archivist excited to organize and catalog its media collection and actively assist content creators in research. This salaried, exempt position is a full time, regular status position with benefits. For more information, visit the OPB website<http://www.opb.org/about/jobs/media-archivist2/>.
PITTOCK MANSION SEEKS PAIR FOR CUSTODIAL OPENINGS
The Pittock Mansion in Portland has announced it wants to hire a custodial coordinator and a custodian. The custodial staff at Pittock Mansion are part of a team, along with the curator, who take a lead in caring for and preserving the historic home. Visit the Pittock Mansion website<http://pittockmansion.org/recent-news/> for more information.
KLAMATH MUSEUM SEEKS COLLECTIONS INTERNS
The Klamath County Museum is seeking two summer interns to commit to an eight-week internship opportunity in collections management. Interns will be provided with the opportunity to work with many aspects of collections care and storage including assisting with a collections inventory and moved into a newly created climate-controlled storage facility. The closing date for applications is April 15. Click here<http://www.oregonmuseums.org/resources/Documents/Job%20Announcements/Internship%20Announcement.doc> to see the internship announcement.
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Oregon Heritage News is a service of Oregon Heritage, a division of the Oregon Parks and Recreation Department. The news editor can be contacted at heritage.info at oregon.gov<mailto:heritage.info at oregon.gov>
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