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Indiana Landmarks is an equal opportunity organization and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, national origin, sex, age, sexual orientation, veteran status, or disability.
To apply, please respond as directed in individual job postings.

Indiana Landmarks Center, Indianapolis
Indiana Landmarks Center, Indianapolis (Photo: Ian Borgerhoff)

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Director, Indiana Landmarks Eastern Regional Office

Cambridge City, Indiana

Indiana Landmarks seeks a highly motivated professional to lead the organization’s historic preservation activities in eastern Indiana. The Director identifies threatened properties and devises strategies to save them, utilizing tools including grants and revolving funds. He/she provides technical assistance to stakeholders, organizations and property owners, serves as an advocate for historic structures, and facilitates community revitalization. The Director educates communities on the value of historic preservation, and assists in membership development and fundraising. The job includes management of a historic site, the c.1840 Huddleston Farmhouse. The Director manages one full-time staff person, and a number of volunteers. It is required that the successful candidate reside within the boundaries represented by the Eastern Regional Office. The position reports to the Vice President of Preservation Services (Indianapolis, IN). Salary range is between $52,000-$60,000 commensurate with experience, with a generous employee benefits package.


  • Represent Indiana Landmarks with advocacy efforts to save endangered landmarks in a 12-county region;
  • Work with individuals, community groups, and local governments on preservation issues and projects, including initiating use of the grant and loan programs of Indiana Landmarks;
  • Provide staff assistance on a contractual basis as a “circuit rider” to historic preservation commissions;
  • Help establish new preservation organizations and commissions in the region;
  • Contribute articles to the Indiana Preservation, our bi-monthly magazine and write a monthly e-newsletter; and
  • Lead or assist with other projects and programs as assigned by supervisors.


  • Manage Huddleston Farmhouse as a historic site, overseeing day to day maintenance and stewardship of the buildings, grounds, and collection;
  • Manage tours of the property, and train volunteers for programming, tours and events;
  • Manage rental of Huddleston Farmhouse Inn and barn for special events such as meetings, receptions, and weddings;
  • Coordinate the development and operation of the National Road Interpretive Center with the Indiana National Road Association and outside agencies.


  • Knowledge and implementation of historic preservation principles and rehabilitation standards;
  • Excellent organizational, communication, and problem-solving skills;
  • Proven “people” skills, including ability to interact with and motivate individuals and groups;
  • General knowledge of computers, photography, and grant-writing; and
  • Bachelor’s degree required in historic preservation, architectural history, material culture or related field; Master’s degree preferred. Prior work experience in the field will be strongly considered; experience with historic site management preferred.

To apply for the position, submit a cover letter, resume, and references by June 28, 2017, to:

Mark Dollase
Vice President of Preservation Services
Indiana Landmarks
1201 Central Avenue
Indianapolis, IN 46202


Tour & Event Coordinator (part time)

Veraestau Historic Site, Aurora

Indiana Landmarks seeks a part time staff member to coordinate tours and events at Veraestau Historic Site in Aurora. Position will require flexibility in scheduling. Eight hours per week guaranteed April through mid-December, potential for additional hours based on tour and event bookings. Hourly rate: $10


  • Plan public events under the guidance of the director, including annual Holiday Open House.
  • Staff open house tours twice weekly, Wednesday and Sunday 1pm-4pm (April through mid-December)
  • Prepare house and conduct tours during scheduled group tours. These may include weekend and evening tours.
  • Facilitate interested groups with booking tours.
  • Staff special events including weddings and other rentals.
  • Staff Indiana Landmarks private functions.
  • Identify property maintenance issues and keep a regular cleaning schedule.
  • Previous experience with event planning, preservation, and architecture preferred.

To apply, email resume and letter of interest to:

Jarrad Holbrook
Director, Southeast Field Office & Veraestau Historic Site


Summer Preservation Intern

Indiana Landmarks, the country’s largest statewide historic preservation non-profit organization, offers one full-time summer internship opportunity. One position will conduct an assessment of historic properties within the organization’s covenant and easement program. The internship will last a period of 12-16 weeks beginning in May 2017. The positions will be based in Indianapolis, Indiana.

Applicants should have a working knowledge of 19th and 20th century architectural styles, with an emphasis on vernacular building types. The interns must have a reliable vehicle and be familiar with digital photography. Previous photography experience is helpful. Graduate students studying historic preservation or a related field preferred, although students pursuing a degree in law may also find the internship of particular interest.

The survey project begins officially in May 2017 and is expected to end in August. Dates are somewhat flexible, but the intern is expected to complete the project before returning to school or another job. The hourly rate of pay is $10-12 per hour, and reimbursement for mileage is $.50 cents per mile. Pay will be commensurate with experience. Digital camera and computer are supplied. The intern is responsible for their own food and lodging, though assistance in finding housing is available.

Indiana Landmarks has one of the most extensive easement and covenant programs for historic structures of any similar not-for-profit organization in the country. The work of the intern will build on monitoring work that has been done in past years, but will aim to complete the first statewide, comprehensive analysis. After an initial training period, work will begin in the field. An easement or covenant monitoring form will need to be completed for each protected property. An intern may need to interact with property owners, and will coordinate their efforts with the regional offices of Indiana Landmarks. Additional duties for both interns may be assigned by the intern’s supervisor.

Please send letter of interest and resume to:
Mark Dollase
Vice President of Preservation Services
Indiana Landmarks
1201 Central Avenue
Indianapolis, IN 46202
Email:, or call 1-800-450-4534


Unpaid Internships

Indiana Landmarks offers regular unpaid internships to students in historic preservation, architectural or public history, journalism, public relations, and event and retail management in many of our offices.

See a complete list of unpaid internship opportunities or send internship inquiries to:

Indiana Landmarks
1201 Central Avenue
Indianapolis, IN 46202