Curator / Preservationist 3 position, Georgia Department of Natural Resources

The incumbent in this position will serve as the African American Program Coordinator and Historic Preservation Division’s liaison to the Georgia African American Historic Preservation Network (GAAHPN). Responsibilities and duties include assisting communities in identifying and planning for the preservation, maintenance, and interpretation of African American historic sites and properties, developing outreach programs and strategies to highlight African American heritage in Georgia, including strategies to initiate, promote, and increase community engagement. The incumbent will manage major projects, including the Rosenwald school, equalization school, and Civil Rights site research and identification initiatives. The incumbent will coordinatthe production of the Reflections quarterly newsletter, develop and implement educational programs and special events, including lectures, classroom, engagements and community and public meetings, act as liason between neighborhood groups, city officials, and HPD, advise HPD on African American issues and projects and supports other HPD program areas as necessary.


Bachelor’s degree in Natural Resource Management, Environmental Science, Historic Preservation or a closely related field from an accredited college or university

AND One year of experience in a directly related field.


Two years of experience at a level equivalent to Curator/Preservationist 2 (NRP031).


Preference may be given to applicants with:

 A Master’s degree in Historic Preservation, Planning, Architectural History, History, American Studies, African American Studies, or closely related field
 Demonstrated knowledge and familiarity with African American heritage and historic resources
 Experience creating or coordinating African American heritage programs
 Experience preparing preservation plans and relaying technical preservation information
 Experience developing community outreach initiatives while engaging and educating the public, community groups, and local officials
 Experience forming and facilitating partnerships between community, municipal, and non-profit organizations
 Experience working with a core SHPO program areas such as Tax Incentives, National Register, Certified Local Governments, or Environmental Review on a consultant basis or as state/local agency staff

Vacancy Ann # 13-2016 Deadline Date: 04/05/2016

Salary: $35,569.36

If interested in applying for this position, please submit a Department of National Resources Application (found at for Employment, a resume and cover letter electronically to the e-mail address highlighted below:

Georgia Department of Natural Resources
Historic Preservation Division
ATTN: Allison Asbrock
2610 GA Hwy 155, SW
Stockbridge, GA 30281

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