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$33.18-$49.77 Hourly / $5,751.20-$8,626.80 Monthly / $69,014.40-$103,521.60 Yearly
Interviews potential applicants; conducts research and analyzes collected data on projects pertaining to architectural history, municipal ordinances/regulations, historic preservation guidelines, urban design, and evolution.
Counsels applicants on the review process of the Historic Preservation Commission (HPC), Barrio Latino (BLC) and Architectural Review Commissions (ARC), including meeting with and advising potential applicants, current applicants, architects, builders, developers, and interested parties to discuss urban projects and standards/parameters of review by the appropriate commissions.
Assists in the preparation for and execution of the HPC, BLC, and ARC design review meetings and public hearings.
Reviews and evaluates projects by conducting site visits.
Prepares and compiles photo-documentation of historically significant or potentially significant structures and sites.
Performs research; prepares and presents educational information to the public and review commissions; prepares oral, written and multimedia presentations and reports involving historic preservation topics, planning issues, urban design, proposed designated neighborhoods, and architectural significance; presents subject matter, as required, to the HPC, ARC, BLC, or other interested parties.
Actively participates in advisory groups, project planning groups and conferences and meets with others as the representative for the city's Historic Preservation Review staff.
Performs related work as required.
Working knowledge of: the methods, principles and practices of historic preservation; state and local historic preservation codes, ordinances and designations; practices and methods essential to the compilation, research, analysis and evaluation of historic preservation sites/applicants.
Ability to: research and prepare statistical analyses; collect, assimilate, analyze, and interpret data and draw sound conclusions; prepare oral and/or written reports and impart them effectively; communicate effectively, both orally and in writing; establish and maintain effective working relationships with other employees, local historic preservation representatives, local officials, and the general public; operate a lightweight motor vehicle.