Jobs & Internships

Public Affairs Coordinator
Paygrade: 15
Entry Salary: $2,964.11/month
Location: Historic Preservation Division office, Rockdale County
Position #: 00185216

The incumbent in this position functions as the media point of contact for the Historic Preservation Division and is responsible for the management of media relations, event coordination, committee services, planning, implementing, and coordinating public information campaigns, assisting in the preparation of speeches for division/agency officials and production of publications, brochures, or other printed material for internal and external consumption.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS
Bachelor's degree in communications or a related field
AND
One year of area specific experience.
OR
Five years of area specific experience.
OR
One year at the lower level or position equivalent.

PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS
Preference may be given to applicants with:

  • Ability to work with a wide variety of topical areas and interpret jargon for the public
  • Experience in building/maintaining a website
  • Working knowledge of social media
  • Willingess to take on new challenges
  • Demonstrated leadership potential

If interested in applying for this position, please submit an electronic DNR Application for Employment (available here) and resume to David Crass at David.Crass@dnr.state.ga.us.  Applications are due by 4/28/2015.
 

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Internships with HPD
The Georgia Historic PreservationDivision (HPD) welcomes student interns from colleges and universities across Georgia and the Southeast. Our interns often have a background and interest in academic areas such as African American studies, anthropology, archaeology, architecture, architectural history, city planning, geography, historic preservation, public history, public information/public relations, urban studies, and women’s history.

HPD offers a limited number of internships through colleges and universities that are
supplemented by tuition assistance. HPD also periodically has paid internships available that do
not come with tuition credit, as well as unpaid internships. Internships are based on an academic
calendar and require the intern be enrolled part- or full-time in an accredited college or
university. The intern must arrange for and work with an appropriate supervising faculty
member during the internship. HPD also offers opportunities for unpaid internships meeting the
above requirements.

HPD internship guidelines

HPD internship application