Posted July 22, 2015
|Offered By||Ohio History Connection, State Historic Preservation Office |
Cleveland, Columbus, Piqua, Ohio
|Salary||Stipend from AmeriCorps|
The Community Surveyor positions will survey historic properties to identify and record historic themes and buildings, focusing on the mid-20th century, from 1940-1970; historic properties associated with African-American history, women’s history and other under-represented groups; and additional local survey priorities
The Preservation Corps members are required to complete surveys of 150 historic properties to identify and record historic themes and buildings, focusing on the mid-20th century, from 1940-1970, historic properties associated with African-American history, women’s history and other under-represented groups. These surveys will provide new information about housing, subdivisions, public and commercial buildings and the work of area builders, developers and architects from the recent past. The survey work associated with under-represented groups will provide new information about historic properties associated with important individuals, groups, neighborhoods, and historic themes. Applicants need to have a bachelor’s degree in American History, Architecture, Architectural History, Historic Preservation or a related field.
How to Apply
View the Community surveyor position posting here.