Historic Property Specialist – City of Middletown, Ohio

Dec 17, 2019 | Jobs

The City of Middletown’s Economic Development Department is seeking a self-motivated professional to serve as Historic Property Specialist. This position is responsible for overseeing all violations, inquires, and projects that apply to historic properties, landmarks, and properties located within designated historic districts. Candidate should have a good understanding of architectural, city and landscape design concepts; along with the knowledge of federal, state and local historic preservation practices. Candidate should also be proficient in various software programs, database management and GIS. Qualifications: Associate’s degree in urban planning, architecture, historic preservation or related field; and 1 to 2 years of experience in plans review, zoning administration, building code issuance of surveying is also required. Education may substitute for experience. Candidate must possess International Property Maintenance Code certification on date of hire or have the ability to receive certification within 6 months of hire. Starting salary: $39,205.92 to $42,437.20 annually plus excellent benefits package. For a full position description, please visit our website at www.cityofmiddletown.org. Please send resume, work-related references, and salary history to Human Resources, City of Middletown, One Donham Plaza, Middletown, Ohio 45042 or by email to jobs@cityofmiddletown.org or fax to 513-425-7929. Resumes must be received by 5:00 p.m. Friday, January 10, 2020. EOE/Drug-free Workplace.

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