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Planning Underway for 2008 National Preservation Conference in Tulsa
Posted by Amanda DeCort on November 29, 2007 | Link to this Entry | Email this Entry
The National Preservation Conference is coming to Tulsa in October 2008 and planning is already underway to make this a great event for the 2,500 visitors expected to attend.
If you would like to be involved in the planning of the conference, there are a few key dates coming up:
January 8, 2008 - the Local Advisory Committee will meet in Tulsa to discuss conference session ideas. If you are proposing a field or education session, this will be a great opportunity to receive feedback and brush up your final proposal. More info
January 11, 2008 - the deadline for all field and education session proposals. More info
We’ve set up a special page on our website to post the latest information about the Conference. Keep checking the blog and/or point your browser to tulsapreservation.org/nationalconference for updates.
Oklahoma SHPO extends recruitment for Architectural Historian position
Posted by Amanda DeCort on November 8, 2007 | Link to this Entry | Email this Entry
JOB OPPORTUNITY WITH THE OKLAHOMA SHPO:
The Oklahoma State Historic Preservation Office, a division of the Oklahoma Historical Society (a State agency), is seeking candidates for a Historic Preservation Specialist position. This is a senior level position, and the person will work under the supervision of the Deputy State Historic Preservation Officer. As further detailed in the recruitment notice, the primary focus of the position’s duties relate to the SHPO’s National Register of Historic Places program, architectural/historic survey program, public outreach, and technical assistance programs.
Recruitment for the position will be open until January 2, 2008. All applicants must apply through the State of Oklahoma’s Office of Personnel Management (OPM) by January 2, 2008. The Office of Personnel Management must qualify all applicants. For details go to the OPM website at http://www.ok.gov/opm/
For more information about the position, contact the State Historic Preservation Office at 405/521-6249.