[Heritage] Oregon Heritage News 2018-06-14

INFO Heritage * OPRD Heritage.Info at oregon.gov
Thu Jun 14 15:52:54 PDT 2018

In this issue:
1. Three job opportunities
2. 2018 PastForward Conference agenda now available
3. Nominations open for Restore Oregon's DeMuro Award
4. National Preservation Institute Seminar in Portland Aug. 27-28


Downtown Corvallis Association (Oregon Main Street community) seeks Executive Director
The Corvallis Downtown Association is seeking an Executive Director to coordinate downtown revitalization activities using the Main Street 4-Point Approach®. Applicant should have proven ability to work with both public and private sector including members of the downtown community. Excellent organizational, communications, and writing skills required. Applicant must demonstrate competence through education and/or experience in one or more of the following areas: marketing, economic development, small business management, volunteer and/or nonprofit management, public relations, planning, urban design, architecture, and historic preservation. Starting salary $55,000 depending on experience plus medical and retirement benefits. Send resume, ½ page cover letter, and professional references by June 22nd, 2018 via email to Corvallis Downtown Association, at downtowncorvallisjobs at gmail.com<mailto:downtowncorvallisjobs at gmail.com>. For additional info: http://bit.ly/2k6TJTG

OPB seeks media archivist
OPB is looking for an experienced Media Archivist excited to organize and catalog our media collection and actively assist content creators in research. For more information and instructions on how to apply, please visit OPB's careers page<http://www.opb.org/about/careers/>. OPB is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Museum at Warm Springs seeks Executive Director
The Museum At Warm Springs is seeking an Executive Director. The Executive Director oversees activities of The Museum, leads community engagement, and works to establish financial stability. Directs and participates in fundraising, marketing, development of strategic vision, colletion development, general management, financial management and fostering volunteer/board/Tribal relations of The Museum At Warm Springs. Successful Performance Requirements: Effectively balances an energetic and entrepreneurial vision with effective leadership. Works with varied peoples and organizations of diverse views  The ideal Executive Director will be an experienced leader and administrator who has a deep commitment and interest in Native American History and Heritage and will ideally have the following: M.A. in History, Public History, Art History, Native American Studies and a minimum of five year's experience in a museum, society, foundation, fundraising or related field, the majority at the level of Executive Director, Deputy Director or other senior level position. Find more information and instructions on how to apply here<https://recruit.zohopublic.com/recruit/Portal.na?iframe=false&digest=7.VB01MseqRrVVwj2%404yeHGAUnkE7bVo.a85bxdBEmQ->.


The 2018 PastForward Conference agenda<http://my.preservationnation.org/site/R?i=YYETR58oFC4ctoZBjOew1Q> is now available online. Check out the exciting Field Study options, Learning Lab sessions, and special events today.
Registration for PastForward 2018, Nov. 13-16 opens July 2. This is the premier educational and networking event for those in the business of saving places, and you won't want to miss this year's conference in San Francisco.

What to expect in November:

  *   Field Studies<http://my.preservationnation.org/site/R?i=qKAQ-W6cPZnIVZdrnAAmAQ>: From Chinatown to neon lights, get behind the scenes access while exploring the unique, iconic, and historic side of our host city and surrounding areas (such as Napa and Sonoma Valley!)
  *   Learning Labs<http://my.preservationnation.org/site/R?i=LZYuDhf2jIKwsKVmW2tR7g> and Power Sessions<http://my.preservationnation.org/site/R?i=rfQcFBoX-1zi5Psuf7faQA>: More than 35 hours of educational programming will tackle issues that will resonate with professionals across the country, including climate change, urban density, and diversity and inclusion.
  *   Special Events<http://my.preservationnation.org/site/R?i=13PsVOUpoLtfs94VOXPzBA>: Reconnect with friends and expand your network at receptions, lunches, and On Your Own Events. The party kicks off at the Welcome Reception at the Palace of Fine Arts.
Learn More

  *   If you haven't already done so, sign up for updates<http://my.preservationnation.org/site/R?i=LsKhzXs3_SKEm2mspFF8-w>
  *   Main tracks<http://my.preservationnation.org/site/R?i=x4cm7aRfSuvpbOQxctb-0g>
  *   What Is PastForward (video)<http://my.preservationnation.org/site/R?i=FTpvann5xZQAUwB5zuXRSQ>
  *   Registration rates and deadlines<http://my.preservationnation.org/site/R?i=oZKh2w9WmDzD6YLs0MzvXQ>
  *   Conference Location<http://my.preservationnation.org/site/R?i=kOOsRfMtmdCiyYqVjIQosg>
  *   Join the PastForward Facebook Events Page<http://my.preservationnation.org/site/R?i=aZlkiAJappW9R2yGuEIRNg>


Nominations are now OPEN for the 2018 DeMuro Awards<https://restoreoregon.org/2018-demuro-award-application/>.  The application deadline is July 11th. Here's your opportunity to celebrate extraordinary historic rehabilitation projects and compatible infill development in your community - residential or commercial, urban or rural, large or small.


Historic Windows: Managing for Preservation, Maintenance, and Energy Conservation
Portland, OR
August 27-28, 2018
in cooperation with Indow Windows, the Oregon Department of Transportation, and the Oregon State Historic Preservation Office

Seminar Overview: Historic windows are both critical components of a building's weather envelope and valuable character-defining features worth retaining for architectural and environmental reasons. Learn about the rich history and variety of wood, steel, and aluminum windows and construction methodology. Explore the maintenance and rehabilitation techniques that allow windows to have long and sustainable service lives. Review energy conservation and economic issues as factors facing managers in the restore-or-replace debate and regulations relating to preservation of these assets.
Faculty: Gordon H. Bock<https://www.npi.org/sites/default/files/CVGB1216.pdf>, principal, National Archives Associates; contributing editor Traditional Building; former editor-in-chief, Old-House Journal; architectural historian, writer, editor, and co-author of The Vintage House

For more information and to register visit https://www.npi.org/sem-wdw.html.

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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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