Landmarks Illinois Opportunities
- REQUEST FOR PROPOSAL: Oscar Stanton De Priest House – Preservation Consultant
Project Overview Landmarks Illinois is seeking qualified Preservation Consultant services for the repair and rehabilitation of the Oscar Stanton De Priest House, located at 4536-4538 South Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Drive in Chicago, Illinois. LI was awarded an African American Civil Rights Grant from the National Park Service in 2017 to rehabilitate the building, which was built c. 1920 and is a National Historic Landmark. The scope of work is detailed in the RFP.
- Archaeologist for Review and Compliance Section
Illinois State Historic Preservation Office
- Sheet metal project manager/estimator
Jones & Cleary
JAQ CORP, int.
- Cultural Resources Specialist
Illinois Department of Transportation
- Campus Historic Preservation Officer
Facilities & Services, University of Illinois
- Executive Director
Elmhurst Art Museum
- Historic Preservation Specialist
Chicago Cityscape, Chicago
Packingtown Museum at The Plant
- Director Of Urban Programs, Main Street
National Main Street Center, Chicago
- Multiple opportunities
National Trust for Historic PreservationHISTORIC PRESERVATION JOB BOARDS
Source for education and employment opportunities for young preservationists and those in similar fields including architecture, archaeology, urban planning, landscape design, living history, museums, and plain-old history.
- Historic Preservation & Public History Employment Sources
Website with several pages of advice and informative links focusing on finding jobs in the historic preservation, public history and history fields.
- Next City Jobs
Comprehensive listings for jobs in and near Chicago.
- Society Of Architectural Historians Career Center
Searchable database of jobs on the website of the Society of Architectural Historians, which was founded to advance knowledge and understanding of the history of architecture, design, landscape, and urbanism worldwide.
External job listings
The listings below have been submitted to Landmarks Illinois. This page includes links to positions and career search resources in the preservation field. If you are interested in any of the following positions, please contact the employer, not Landmarks Illinois. Landmarks Illinois reserves the right to edit, condense, or reject submissions because of length, style, or relevance. Landmarks Illinois disclaims responsibility for statements made by the employers.