The Getty Conservation Institute’s (GCI) Buildings and Sites department is seeking a Project Specialist to contribute to built heritage conservation projects and develop and implement practical capacity building activities for the conservation of historic building materials including earth, brick, and wood.
Bachelor’s degree in architecture, archaeology, conservation or related discipline. Post-graduate qualifications in built heritage conservation or equivalent experience working in the field. Master’s degree in conservation preferred. Minimum of 5–10 years of international project management experience working in cultural heritage conservation. Experience in project and construction management of historic sites and developing and delivering conservation training courses preferred.
Excellent interpersonal and verbal skills and the ability to work in small interdisciplinary teams. Excellent writing skills and the ability to contribute to and write reports and papers. Working knowledge of AutoCAD, InDesign, and Photoshop. Excellent organizational and time management skills. Fluency in a foreign language, such as Spanish, preferred. Must be available for frequent international travel. The ideal candidate will be a versatile, creative thinker, with a demonstrated ability to plan, develop, and manage projects, and a sound understanding of and experience in the physical conservation of buildings and sites.
An excellent benefits package and salary commensurate with experience and internal equity will be provided. International candidates welcome.
All candidates must apply online. Candidates who successfully complete the online application process will receive an automated confirmation message via email. If you have specific questions about the Project Specialist position, please email email@example.com.
The deadline for applications is April 15, 2020.