Main Menu 1

You are here

Home » News & Events

News & Events

The Washington Trust for Historic Preservation is hiring TWO positions: a Preservation Programs Director and a Communciations Coordinator.

 

The Preservation Programs Director will manage all preservation programming and place-based advocacy for the Washington Trust, including the Washington’s Most Endangered Places program, multiple grant programs, a property easements program, public education programming, and technical preservation support.

...

more

Seattle City Light is looking for a Historic Preservation Intern.  The intern will work full time over the summer and part time throughout the Fall and Winter. The pay is $18.36/hr and is open to Junior or Senior, and graduate students (as of the start of the internship) studying historic preservation, architecture, history, architectural history or related program.

 

...

more

The Washington State Department of Archaeology and Historic Preservation is hiring to fill a vacancy in our Built Environment Unit! Are you a progressive thinker who is passionate about historic preservation? Then check out the job description and apply before January 27, 2021! The state offers an outstanding benefits package. Salary range is listed in the job posting below.

...

more

Join our partners at the Department of Ecology's Coastal Training Program for a series of online SEPA training modules in February.  Each webinar session is scheduled for 2.5 hours and will cover different SEPA topics in each one.  You can register for them individually at the following link:

General Course Schedule: http://www.coastaltraining-wa.org/page-1811075

Topics: 

Session...

more

We have two important things to share: Our DAHP Academy You Tube Playlist is up and running and the ACHP has announced a free Stay at Home Section 106 webinar series. Here are all the details!

DAHP Academy Webinars

Thanks to our wonderful training coordinator, Holly, and our wonderful, knowledgeable staff, we now have a nice collection of webinars covering topics from archaeological excavation permits to filling out a historic property inventory form....

more

DAHP and APT Northwest are pleased to announce a new virtual symposium addressing unreinforced masonry issues.  The webinar series will consist of (6) 60-75 minute webinars on various topics, and will run roughly once per week from Nov 3 - Dec 9, 2020. All webinars will begin at 1030am PDT.

DAHP and APT Northwest are co-hosting this now virtual series.  Our intent is to be able to deliver the same content as originally planned.  These webinars are offered for FREE by...

more

The Washington State Department of Archaeology and Historic Preservation (DAHP) is pleased to announce a new grant program to support the preservation of historic buildings in rural communities across Washington state.  The brick and mortar grants will fund physical preservation projects for historic buildings with spaces that foster community.

Communal gathering spaces are vital for rural communities.  They are physical environments that promote social interaction where...

more

Request for Proposals- Due 10/20/20

Capital Grant Program Administration

The Department of Archaeology and Historic Preservation (DAHP) seeks proposals for administrative assistance for the Third Places Grant Program. Successful responses to this RFP must demonstrate expertise in historic preservation and experience in administering state and federal grant programs. Download a...

more

Request for Proposals- Due 11/2/2020

Filipino American Statewide Context and Survey

The Department of Archaeology and Historic Preservation (DAHP) seeks proposals for completing a context statement and survey of Filipino American historic places in Washington. Successful responses to this RFP must demonstrate knowledge of Filipino American history and expertise in surveying historic places. ...

more

LINK TO POSTING

CLOSING DATE: 10/16/2020

POSITION: Archaeologist Senior

SALARY: $27.06- 32.14, per hour DOE

REPORTS TO: Program Manager

LOCATION: History and Archaeology; Nespelem, Washington

Basic Functions: The position will entail both office and field work. The incumbent...

more

We know it's late, but we finally have a presentation of the SHPO Award winners! We really wanted to have an in-person event, but as time drew on we knew we would not be able to. So without further adieu, we hope you will join us in congratulating the 2020 winners! 

(click the icon on the bottom right to view in full screen mode)

(scroll or click the dots on the left to navigate)

 

...

more

Hello everyone, this is a note to let you know that DAHP has disconnected our land phone lines and each staff member has a cell phone assigned to them. The main number is still 360.586.3065. The STAFF DIRECTORY has been updated to reflect the current phone numbers for all staff. Of course we can all be reached by email as well.

LINK TO STAFF DIRECTORY

 

more

Here is a reminder that comments on the Draft State Historic Preservation Plan 2021-26: Inhabiting Our History need to be provided to the Department of Archaeology and Historic Preservation by close of business on Tuesday, September 8, 2020. To view and upload the draft plan, go to: https://dahp.wa.gov/preservationplan. At the Preservation Plan web-page, you can read a cover...

more

LINK TO POSTING

A little bit about us:
The cultural and historic resources of a community tell the story of its past, a past that makes any single community distinct from all other places.  From lumber mills to schools, sacred landscapes to archaeological sites, rustic cabins to...

more

NEW pool of sponsor-donated registrations:  We are very pleased to announce that several Summit Sponsors are donating some of their free registrations to a pool so that we can assist those experiencing financial hardship, either professionally (e.g. frozen training budgets) or personally (e.g. furlough).  Thank You so much, Sponsors; we are very grateful for your generosity and concern!!

If you or your employees are experiencing financial hardship...

more

The FY21 CLG grant awards have been announced, pending funding from the National Park Service. Check them out here: https://dahp.wa.gov/local-preservation/certified-local-government-program/certified-local-government-grants/fy21-clg-grant-awards

 

 

more

The Department of Archaeology and Historic Preservation's Main Street Program recently released The Impact of Main Street in Washington State, once again documenting the positive impact that Main Street programs and historic preservation has on local and  state economies. To view the Executive Summary, the full report, and to access a printable version, go to: ...

more

The Washington State Department of Archaeology and Historic Preservation (DAHP) is pleased to announce a new effort to identify, document, and commemorate the rich contributions of Filipino Americans to Washington State’s built history. This project is supported through a grant from the Underrepresented Communities Grant Program funded through the Historic Preservation Fund as administered by the National Park Service (NPS), Department of Interior.

This project builds on a...

more

State Historic Preservation Officer (SHPO) Allyson Brooks is pleased to announce the availability of the Draft State Historic Preservation Plan: 2021-26 for review and comment. To review the draft Plan, go to this link: https://dahp.wa.gov/preservationplan to view the full document and the SHPO's cover letter. Comments are requested to be received by the agency by Tuesday, September 8, 2020.

To be...

more

The Nisqually Indian Tribe has been awarded a Tribal Heritage Grant through the National Park Service. On behalf of the Nisqually Indian Tribe, the Nisqually Tribal Historic Preservation Office is seeking an experienced cultural resources management professional(s) to prepare a Historic Site Context for up to three (3) properties that are significant to the Nisqually people. More infomation can be found at: ...

more

Pages

Email Subscription

 

Receive notifications of new posts by email once a day.