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Subject: Position at Mount Vernon

Position at Mount Vernon

From: Karl Knauer <kknauer<-a>
Date: Monday, June 23, 2014
Architectural Conservator
George Washington's Mount Vernon

Full-time, permanent, benefit eligible position

Historic Mount Vernon seeks a highly motivated historic preservation
professional to fill the position of Architectural Conservator. This
individual will manage the conservation of the historic structures
at George Washington's Mount Vernon.

Responsibilities: Overseeing a comprehensive program of maintenance
for more than 20 historic structures, directing conservation of
historic building fabric and managing full and part-time staff as
required. The Architectural Conservator works under the supervision
of the Deputy Director for Architecture within Mount Vernon's
Historic Preservation and Collections Department.

Qualifications:

    Must hold a MA or MS degree in historic preservation,
    architectural history, or architecture, with course work in
    architectural conservation

    At least three years experience working in the historic
    preservation field

    Demonstrated familiarity with 18th-century building methods and
    materials, experience in their repair and replacement

    Proficiency in carpentry, painting, plastering and/or masonry is
    required

    Fluent in AutoCAD and experience with Revit / BIM is a plus

 Apply by July 11, 2014 by submitting application via:

    <URL:http://www.mountvernon.org/employment/open>

then selecting Preservation > Architectural Conservator

    Thomas A. Reinhart
    Deputy Director for Architecture
    George Washington's Mount Vernon
    PO Box 110
    Mount Vernon, Virginia 22121
    treinhart<-a t->mountvernon< . >org
    703-799-5223


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