History Nebraska is seeking a motivated and skilled architectural historian to identify and evaluate historically significant standing structures in Nebraska and prepare reports in accordance with project needs and established procedures. This preservation associate will work in coordination with the Highway Archeology Program Manager and other project staff. The majority of work will involve tasks related to regulations developed for the National Historic Preservation Act and in particular Section 106 of the Act.
This is a permanent full-time position. The work schedule is: 8-5, Monday - Friday.
Pay range is $20.05 hourly.
The position will be based at 5050 North 32nd in Lincoln.
Requirements: Master's degree in history, architectural history or closely related field OR Bachelor's degree in any of the above noted fields plus one of the following a) two years experience in research, writing or teaching in a related field, or b) substantial contributions through research, and publication to the body scholarly knowledge as determined applicable based on Secretary of the Interior's Professional Qualifications Standards (36 CFR Part 61, Appendix A).
Application deadline is May 18, 2020. Only online applications will be accepted. Supporting documents may be attached.
The State of Nebraska and the History Nebraska is an Equal Opportunity Employer and complies with Nebraska’s Veteran’s Preference Laws.