Job Openings — Kansas SHPO

The Kansas State Historic Preservation Office (SHPO) is hiring for three open positions. See descriptions and links to applications at https://lnkd.in/ghjJ9udf. All of these positions are classified as Historic Preservation Specialist II with a starting salary of $21.13. There is an opportunity for adjustment of the salary based on experience and education.

K0093382 Certified Local Government & Federal Grants Manager | State of Kansas | Position DescriptionThis is a permanent, benefit eligible position that serves as the state Certified Local Government coordinator and Historic Preservation Fund grants manager in the Cultural Resources Division at the Kansas Historic Society. Duties including conducting annual grant rounds, monitoring subgrant projects, completing annual application to the National Park Service, and making regular contact with the state’s 17 CLGs. See position description for further information.

K0245175 Tax Credit Reviewer | State of Kansas | Position DescriptionReviews applications received through the state and federal historic tax credit programs.  Works with applicants and their architects/consultants/contractors to complete the application process. Reviews applications to ensure that properties qualify for the tax incentive programs. Verifies that properties are certified historic structures and that the rehabilitation projects will meet the Secretary of the Interior’s Standards for Rehabilitation as well as other requirements of the state and federal programs.

K0068644 Review & Compliance Archeologist (Historic Preservation Specialist II) | State of Kansas | Position DescriptionThis position is responsible for timely reviews of projects in accordance with state and federal laws for the protection of historic properties; educates public and government officials about protective laws; reviews projects submitted by property owners, federal and state agencies and local governments through the Kansas Review & Compliance system and analyzes their potential to affect the state’s archeological resources; reviews and evaluates reports for conformance with the Kansas SHPO’s Guide to Archeological Survey, Assessment and Reports

More information on these positions can be found by clicking on the links above.

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