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Subject: Position at New York City Department of Parks and Recreation

Position at New York City Department of Parks and Recreation

From: Bernice Burgos <bernice.burgos>
Date: Wednesday, January 10, 2007
Historic Houses Resident Engineer
New York City Department of Parks and Recreation

Parks and Recreation in Partnership with the non-profit Historic
House Trust, preserves, enhances and promotes the 22 historic house
museums in New York City parks.

Major Responsibilities

    Monitor and coordinate contractors performing Capital
    construction work on Parks' Historic Houses under Capital
    contracts.

    Work closely with the Historic House Trust and Capital Borough
    Teams to resolve design and construction issues.

    View and comment on contract plans and specifications.

    Ensure that contractors adhere to plans and specifications.
    Identify and resolve field condition issues.

    Write daily and weekly construction project reports and keep
    calculation book. Prepare cost projections. Correspond with
    contractors and clarify construction issues. Review and approve
    contractor's payment requisitions.

    Schedule and run meetings. Maintain accurate records and write
    reports.

    Work with Architect or Engineer of record regarding change
    orders, interpretation of documents, shop drawing approvals and
    other architectural and engineering related issues.

Qualification Requirements

    1.  (a) A Master's degree from an accredited college with a
        specialization in historic preservation, architectural
        history, art history, architecture, or American history; and
        (b) one year of full-time satisfactory experience working in
        the fields of preservation, restoration, or conservation of
        historic structures; or conducting research in architectural
        or art history, or working as an architect or architectural
        assistant; or teaching at the college level in any of the
        fields described in (a); or

    2.  A Baccalaureate degree from an accredited college with a
        specialization in any of the fields listed in "1(a)" above,
        and two years of full-time satisfactory experience as
        described in "1(b)" above; or

    3.  Education and/or experience equivalent to "1" or "2" above.
        Graduate study in any field listed in "1(a)" above can be
        substituted for up to one year of required experience on the
        basis that 30 graduate credits is equivalent to 1 year of
        experience. However, all candidates must have a
        Baccalaureate degree from an accredited college with a
        specialization in any of the fields listed in "1(a)" above
        and one year of full-time satisfactory experience as
        described in "1(b)" above

Preferred Skills/Qualifications

    1.  Construction inspection or construction management work on
        capital projects with a value of $500,000 or more and/or
        internships in a respective field of study

    2.  Excellent communication and organizational skills

    3.  Proficiency in Microsoft Word and Excel

    4.  Knowledge of AutoCAD, PhotoShop, PowerPoint and 3D
        rendering

    5.  Valid New York State driver license

To apply, please submit cover letter and resume with JVN# by 1-29-07
to:

    David Terhune, Director of Personnel
    City of New York/Parks and Recreation
    24 West 61st Street, 2nd floor
    New York, NY 10023
    grow [at] parks__nyc__gov
    Attention: JVN # 846-07-11624

The City of New York and The City of New York / Parks and Recreation
are Equal Opportunity Employers

M/F/D/V

Telecommunications Device for the Deaf: 800-281-5722

Note: All resumes must be received no later than the last day of the
posting period.


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