CAREERS

We bring our core values of impeccability, inspiration, tenacity, and foresight to every project to achieve clients’ short- and long-term objectives. We are a high-performing self-managed team. Our unique team structure of Directors and Associate Directors relies on a high level of collaboration and independence to create solutions for the most challenging of building redevelopment projects. If you share our core values and want to be a part of our team, tell us about yourself – who you are, why you want to be a part of our team, and how you make history new. Click "JOIN OUR TEAM" to send us your cover letter and resume in PDF format.

ASSOCIATE DIRECTOR: HISTORIC PRESERVATION

Based in Minneapolis, Minnesota, New History is a consulting firm exclusively dedicated to historic building redevelopment. Core services include historical consulting, historic architecture, historic tax credit certification, and project management for building redevelopment. Our integrated consulting team includes historians, licensed design professionals, historic preservation professionals, and project managers – all with a depth of expertise in the physical, financial, and regulatory framework for building redevelopment and reuse. Clients include regional and national real estate developers, states, counties, local municipalities, architecture and engineering firms, and educational institutions, among others. We leverage history to unlock the economic, community and cultural value of the built environment.

An Associate Director contributes the following to our projects:

  • Historical Architecture: Knowledge of historic materials and features and experience with the Secretary of the Interior’s Standards for the Treatment of Historic Properties (“the Standards”).

  • Historic Tax Credit Applications: Assisting with completing applications for historic tax credits.

  • Building Assessments: Assisting with historic materials surveys and condition assessments, documentation of existing conditions, and development of prioritized recommendations for repair.

  • Historic Preservation Reviews: Assist with historic preservation regulations and approvals, including Heritage Preservation Commission (HPC) reviews and Section 106 reviews.

  • Historical Research: Conduct historical research, including National Register of Historic Places nominations.

 

Minimum Qualifications

  • Undergraduate or graduate degree in history, historic preservation, or a related field with 1-3 years of work experience

  • Valid driver’s license and capacity to travel

  • Desire to be part of a small, highly-competent, self-managed team in a mix of remote, in-person, and on-site work environments

  • Excellent written and verbal communication

  • Passion for historic building redevelopment

 

Compensation and Benefits

New History provides above-market compensation, including: annual salary in the range of $35,000-$52,000, opportunities for bonuses, retirement plan (401K) with employer matching, health insurance, long-term disability insurance, parental leave, support for continuing education, and other benefits. New History offers a highly collaborative work environment with a high-performing team, a flexible work schedule including remote work, and substantial leadership and growth opportunities. Interested applicants should send a cover letter and resume to Kimberly Sandbulte, Director, at Sandbulte@newhistory.com.