This position is located in Lowell National Historical Park, in the division of Heritage, Development and Preservation. The incumbent is responsible for managing the assigned preservation, rehabilitation, and restoration projects within the Lowell historical district. This position is primarily as a Historical Architect. The work includes providing technical guidance, which encompasses architectural, engineering, and project management assistance to governmental and non-governmental partners. This is a government position with the Lowell National Historic Park, National Park Service, Department of the Interior.
Direct a complex program of historical architecture preservation activities.
Conduct on-site investigations of project sites to determine the feasibility of proposed projects, including the development of design alternatives and subsequent analysis to ensure the project is consistent with NPS policies, guidelines, and standards and environment and cultural compliance laws and regulations.
Carry out program management duties by developing work plans, schedules, and scopes of work, justifications and funding proposals, most often for historic structures. Serve as the Contracting Officer's Representative for Federal construction and design contracts.
Prepare plans, specifications, and cost estimates for construction, preservation, and rehabilitation projects for historic buildings, site development, and other projects.
Develop and maintain liaison and effective working relations with related agencies and the public, encourage the preservation of local resources.
Additional Salary Information: Government benefits - Health, Life insurance, Thrift Savings Plan with matching, retirement
Internal Number: NE-1611-LOWE-19-10612098-
About Lowell National Historical Park
Established with the mission to preserve and tell the stories illustrating the American industrial revolution, Lowell National Historical Park reached a landmark of 40 years in 2018. Immersed in the city’s authentic backdrop, the efforts of the park continue to be focused on historic preservation intertwined with sharing the history of industrialization and its legacies through the facilities, park staff and volunteers, and alongside a progression of engaged partners.