|Exam Title||Historic Preservation Planner 1|
|Salary||$48,116-$61,866-New employees may be appointed at a step in the pay range above the minimum salary depending on qualifications.|
This is planning and research work in the field of historic preservation. An employee in this class participates in design reviews of applications to the Philadelphia Historical Commission to alter, add to, and demolish historic buildings, structures, sites, and objects and the construction of new buildings in historic districts. Work includes historic site surveys, identifying cultural resources eligible for National and Philadelphia Registers, performing research, and preparing appropriate nomination forms. An employee in this class helps advise property owners and community leaders on historic preservation methods, techniques, and tax incentives. Work includes consulting with city agencies and others on compliance with federal, state and local legislation. Participating in education programs on historic preservation and the history of Philadelphia is a significant aspect of the work. Work is performed under the supervision of the Historic Preservation Director.
|Union Code||J. AFSCME D.C.47 Local 2187|
|Minimum Training, Education & Experience||
The following statement represents the minimum training and experience standards which will be used to admit or reject applicants for tests. Candidates must meet requirements within 30 days after the last date for filing applications.
1. Completion of a master’s degree in historic preservation at an accredited college or university
2. Completion of a master’s degree at an accredited college or university in American studies, architecture, architectural history, city planning, history, public history, urban affairs and public policy, urban planning, or urban studies with a concentration or certificate in historic preservation.
|Physical & Medical Requirements||
Ability to physically perform the duties and to work in the environmental conditions required of a position in this class.
|Required Licenses & Certifications|
TRANSCRIPT, LICENSES, REGISTRATIONS AND CERTIFICATION REQUIREMENTS
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Failure to enter into a payment agreement shall result in the cancellation of the appointment and removal from the certification. The name of the eligible candidate will be returned to the eligible list.