The King County Department of Natural Resources and Parks (DNRP) is looking for a dynamic and innovative preservation professional to serve as King County’s Preservation Planner. Established in 1978, King County’s Historic Preservation Program’s (HPP) mission is to preserve and protect the county’s significant historic and archaeological resources and enhance public access and appreciation of them. HPP is a regional preservation program, providing preservation and landmarking services to unincorporated areas as well as 20 of the county’s suburban cities through interlocal agreements.
Deadline to apply: May 2, 2016
Job listing details available here.
Photo: Fall City Hop Shed (1888), a King County Landmark; source: King County Historic Preservation Program