HistoriCorps
Careers

Careers

Join the Team!

HistoriCorps’ Field and Administrative staff work together to develop and implement preservation projects across the country that inspire a preservation ethic in all volunteer, youth, and student participants through training them in hands-on skills, and in doing so, save historic buildings and structures for generations to come. Find our open positions below!

If you would like to schedule an informational interview to learn more about any of our open positions, please contact us at info@historicorps.org.

Administrative Staff Positions

PROGRAM MANAGER, JOB CORPS PROGRAM

The Program Manager- Job Corps Program is responsible for developing and managing the HistoriCorps/USDA-USFS/Job Corps Program and all activities associated with the implementation of the program. Find the full position description and application instructions here.

PROJECTS MANAGER

The Projects Manager is responsible for and oversees most functions of HistoriCorps field operations. This individual will develop, plan, manage, and write and submit reports on multiple concurrent preservation projects. Find the full position description and application instructions here.

AS OF 1/25/2022, RECRUITING FOR THE WORKFORCE MANAGER POSITION IS PAUSED WHILE WE EVALUATE CANDIDATES

WORKFORCE MANAGER

The Workforce Manager serves a critical role in helping achieve our mission, annually recruiting 650+ volunteers to participate on historic preservation projects across the country. Read the full position description and application instructions here.

Field Staff Positions

PROJECT SUPERVISOR

If you are a historic preservation construction professional passionate about sharing your skills and knowledge while saving historic structures in some of the most beautiful places in America, HistoriCorps may be the opportunity for you. Find the full job description and application instructions here.

CREW LEADER

We are looking for a few good cooks who love old buildings and camping in the wilderness, or emerging historic preservationists who love cooking and want a full immersion hands-on work experience! Find the full position description and application instructions here.

PRINCIPAL INVESTIGATOR (Architectural Historian)

HistoriCorps seeks mid-level architectural historians to lead volunteers in surveying, documenting, and evaluating historic buildingsstructures, and districts for public partners such as the U.S. Forest Service and Bureau of Land Management. Find the full job description and application instructions here.

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