Historical Specialist

State Of Montana Helena , MT 59624

Posted 1 week ago

Duties or Responsibilities

This position is responsible for preparing National Register sign texts, distributing public information about the program, coordinating with property owners, researching and writing sign text, and coordinating with the sign maker. The National Register sign program provides permanent, interpretive signs with up to 255 words of text to owners of properties listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Additional responsibilities include preparation of publications related to the sign program and educational services as requested by the public.

Education and Experience:

This position requires skills and abilities typical acquired through a Master's degree in history, preservation, archaeology, American Studies, or a related field and three (3) years of experience. Other combinations of education and experience will be considered on a cases by case basis. The successful candidate may be required to submit a writing sample at a future date.

The successful candidate will be eligible for a $0.50/hr competency increase in base pay after 6 months.

Additional materials required:

  • Cover letter

  • Resume

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Historical Specialist

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