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

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Community Preservation Specialist

Eastern Regional Office, Richmond

Indiana Landmarks seeks a full-time Community Preservation Specialist in its Eastern Regional Office. The Community Preservation Specialist assists in carrying out a full range of preservation services in a 12-county region in eastern Indiana.


  • Work with property owners, community organizations, government officials, local preservation commissions, and other groups on preservation issues and projects.
  • Assist with advocacy efforts to save endangered landmarks in the region, utilizing our Endangered Places Fund.
  • Help strengthen historic preservation organizations and other groups involved in local preservation efforts.
  • Provide staff assistance to historic preservation commissions.
  • Assist in organizing, developing, and presenting regional educational programs (presentations, public programs, workshops, etc.) to a variety of audiences.


  • Knowledge of historic preservation principles and programs.
  • Degree in historic preservation or a degree in a related field with professional preservation experience; Master’s degree preferred.
  • Excellent organizational and communication skills.
  • Proven problem-solving skill.s
  • Ability to engage with the public, including regular public speaking.

The position requires frequent travel, evening meetings, and occasional weekend responsibilities. Starting salary range is $40,000-$42,000 and includes a generous and comprehensive benefits package.

To apply:
E-mail a letter of introduction and resume (using the subject line “CPS Application”) by June 30, 2023 to:
Brittany Miller, Director
Eastern Regional Office 


Indianapolis Preservation coordinator

Central Regional Office, Indianapolis

Indiana Landmarks, the largest statewide preservation organization in the country, is seeking candidates for the position of Indianapolis Preservation Coordinator. This is a full-time, professional position that reports to the Vice President of Preservation Services, with a starting salary range of $50,000-$52,000 and a generous and comprehensive benefits package. The position is based in the organization’s state headquarters in Indianapolis, Indiana.


The Indianapolis Preservation Coordinator works closely with the Vice President on the Endangered Places Program in central Indiana, including a revolving fund through which endangered buildings are acquired, rehabilitated and resold with protective covenants. Related responsibilities include:

  • working with design professionals on the review of construction specifications;
  • soliciting bids and coordination and supervision of construction work;
  • marketing of properties through digital newsletter content and real estate showings;
  • investigating new acquisitions and negotiations with private individuals or government agencies for the acquisition of new properties; and
  • monitoring protective covenants on properties previously sold through the program.

In addition, the Indianapolis Preservation Coordinator is responsible for:

  • providing a full range of preservation services in metro Indianapolis, focusing on issues such as smart growth, sustainability, neighborhood investment and downtown revitalization;
  • assisting advocacy efforts to save endangered landmarks in the greater Indianapolis area;
  • engaging with urban neighborhoods and providing staff support to Historic Urban Neighborhoods of Indianapolis (HUNI), a consortium of neighborhood associations located in or near downtown;
  • planning and coordinating various educational and community programs such as technical workshops or those associated with National Historic Preservation Month;
  • assisting with technical assistance projects, developing content for Indiana Landmarks’ digital newsletter and other programs as assigned.

Minimum requirements:

  • knowledge of historic preservation principles and programs; Bachelor’s degree in historic preservation, or a related field, is required; Master’s degree is preferred.
  • understanding of real estate and/or construction management practices;
  • excellent organizational and communication skills, including regular public speaking; and general knowledge of computers, photography and grant writing.

To apply:
Submit a cover letter, current resume and references to:
Mark Dollase, Vice President of Preservation Services
Indiana Landmarks
1201 Central Avenue
Indianapolis, IN 46202


Member concierge and data specialist

The Member Concierge and Data Specialist serves as liaison to Indiana Landmarks’ statewide membership of 6,200, and serves as a key member of our data entry team. This position plays a strategic role in member and donor events, supporting tours, talks, receptions, and other gatherings statewide. This person also plays a key role in the entry of gifts, donations, and ticket purchases, and helps to develop strategies to widen and deepen relationships with our prospects. This position is based at Indiana Landmarks’ Indianapolis headquarters, and reports to the Vice President for Membership and Development. Competitive salary and generous benefits offered.

Tasks include:

  • Set up and manage EventBrite listings and create and send out messages to attendees, working closely with Marketing team and event planners
  • Help customers via phone and email
  • Work with colleagues to ensure that guest amenities are provided
  • Work with colleagues to ensure that we take the right materials to events
  • Coordinate RSVP lists and check-in processes
    Create name badges as needed for cultivation and special events
  • Serve as customer point of contact for member events
  • Manage attendees in Salesforce with an eye towards converting guests to members
  • Produce event reports and identify patterns of member, donor, prospect, and sponsor behavior; suggest cross-promotion opportunities
  • Serve as a key member of team processing membership, annual fund, and ticket data into Salesforce
  • Manage volunteer assistants
  • Help guests attend online events (this function can be remote)
  • Some evening and weekend work required to staff events


  • Computer proficiency, including knowledge of MS Office products (especially Excel) and Internet skills
  • Proficiency in databases, Salesforce preferred
  • Proficiency in online ticketing systems, EventBrite preferred
  • Bachelor’s degree and one to three years in a membership-based organization preferred
  • Exceptional oral and written communication skills
  • Superior organizational skills and the ability to handle multiple tasks simultaneously

To apply:
Submit a cover letter, resume and references to:
Sharon Gamble, Vice President for Membership & Development
Indiana Landmarks
1201 Central Avenue
Indianapolis, IN 46202


Eastern Regional Office INternship

The Eastern Regional Office of Indiana Landmarks is seeking an intern for Summer and/or Fall 2023 to assist in planning and organizing educational events to support preservation activities in the region and state. The intern’s responsibilities will include creating and following event budgets, developing content, coordinating volunteers, and securing funding sources. Additional related projects may be assigned by the supervisor.

The position is unpaid and remote. Applicants in the Eastern Region that can travel and volunteer at the events will be given preference. Indiana Landmarks will reimburse travel mileage at 62.5 cents per mile.

Applicants should have a working knowledge of historic preservation, educational programming, and/or event planning. Students studying historic preservation, history, public history, museum studies, or a related field will be given preference.

To Apply
Please send a resume and a letter of interest to:
Brittany Miller, Eastern Regional Director
Indiana Landmarks
PO Box 284
Cambridge City, IN 47327