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Reports to and carries out work under the direction of a designated Manager; is responsible for heritage preservation activities implemented by the City of London, including, but not limited to, heritage designation, heritage alteration permitting, heritage conservation district planning, archaeological resource assessment, cultural heritage landscapes conservation, heritage granting and the preparation of heritage conservation easements. With limited supervision, negotiates with property owners, works with the London Advisory Committee on Heritage (LACH), liaises with a variety of heritage organizations, works with other levels of government and deals with the general public in the pursuit of heritage conservation, preservation, restoration and promotion. Plans for and manages municipally owned heritage resources and works with a variety of groups to maintain and operate within municipally owned heritage buildings.
Qualifications: Masters degree in Urban Planning or Architecture or a related discipline with a specialization in heritage preservation.
Experiences: Four to five years' related experience.
Compensation Range: $53,414 to $77,639
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