Must be able to demonstrate past experience working on architectural conservation projects that include documentation, assessments, and the development of conservation projects. Candidate must be familiar with sound conservation methodology and good practices. Technical knowledge and experience is also required, including an understanding of acceptable material conservation techniques. Some demonstrated experience working with twentieth-century/modern heritage is required. Excellent interpersonal and verbal skills and the ability to work in small interdisciplinary groups is required. Excellent writing skills and the ability to contribute to and to write reports and papers is needed. Working knowledge of the Adobe software suite is required. Also, capacity in InDesign and AutoCAD is preferred. Good organizational and time management skills is required. Must be available for some international and national travel. Fluency in English is required and additional languages are preferred.
The fellowship runs from approximately June 2017 to May 2020. An excellent benefits package and salary commensurate with qualifications and experience will be provided.
All interested applicants must apply for this job online (when prompted, select “Create with Resume” or “Create with Online Form”) and upload the following documents in one PDF file (when prompted to “Upload Resume”/”Submit Resume”).
Statement of Interest
Each application must include a statement of interest (not to exceed two pages, typed and double-spaced).
Doctoral Dissertation Plan or Abstract (if applicable)
Each applicant must submit one writing sample of not more than 15 pages.
Applicants must submit confirmation from their academic institution that their graduate degrees have been awarded (please do not send by mail).
Completed application materials must be received on or before January 31, 2017.
If you have specific questions about the GCI Professional Fellowship, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.