Director of Preservation Architecture (Graham Gund Architect)
Job Summary: The Graham Gund Architect serves as the Director of Preservation Architecture in the Historic Sites Department, a senior project manager role with broad oversight responsibilities focused on the preservation of the architecture and landscapes of the 28 National Trust Historic Sites, most of which are National Historic Landmarks and are located across the nation. The architecture and landscapes of National Trust Historic Sites are essential artifacts to the individual stories of each place connecting the past to our daily lives. The 21 sites in the portfolio that are owned by the National Trust are to be preserved in perpetuity by the organization. The entire portfolio also represents the preservation movement over the last seventy years an
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