Deadline: Apr 20, 2021 Offered By (Name of Organization): City of Gainesville Location (City, State): Gainesville, FL 32601 Type: Full-Time Salary: $68,979.59 - $100,020.41 Organization Website: cityofgainesville.org The Department of Sustainable Development at the City of Gainesville is seeking a dynamic, innovative and forward thinking Historic Preservation Planner who will embrace the organization's vision for historic preservation planning.A typical work day of a Historic Preservation Planner may include but not be limited to preparing studies, reports and recommendations relating to historic preservation; processing applications for certification of appropriateness approval requests; preparing preliminary recommendations for submission to City Advisory Boards and the Historic Preservation Board; and reviewing plans and specifications for compliance with City policy and planning principles.The ideal candidate will be neighbor-centric and team-oriented with strong project management skills and knowledge of secretary of interior standards, architectural history, design guidelines, historic building practices, and the existing structures building code. Grant administration experience desired.#Jobs
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