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Historic Preservation Center Manager - Red Canyon Village

Panguitch, UT

  • Facilities

  • Salaried

Job Description

The Cultural and Historic Preservation Manager supervises the repair and maintenance of all historically designated facilities at Bryce Canyon and other Aramark Destinations accounts. This position also directs trade workers, assigns daily tasks, and trains the work crew in safe and compliant work practices. The person in this position must be an expert in all areas of historic preservation, restoration, maintenance and provide training on different phases of maintenance and construction.

Job Responsibilities

Duties include but not limited to: 

  • Be Knowledgeable and act as the subject matter expert in the preservation of cultural and historic designated facilities.  
  • Oversee daily management of historic preservation personnel, trades, and  Center of Excellence.
  • Develops preservation strategies.  Ability to evaluate existing conditions of historic structures and building components and advise project teams on restoration scope of work, process, schedules, and associated costs.
  • Develop detailed schedule of materials, budgets, and preservation means and methods to meet specific conditions of restoration projects.
  • Prepares design packages for restoration, repair, and maintenance projects on historical structures for the National Park Service and SHPO
  • Prepares project statements including presentation of methods and processes in National Park proposals and other supporting documentation; follows presentation standards as set forth by the National Park Service.
  • Provides awareness training and input on best practices pertaining to historical preservation to the Historical Preservation Team and property management and staff.
  • Research, interview and obtain bids from potential contractors regarding historical preservation as required.
  • Coordinates with historical architects, contractors, and other preservation firms to ensure project compliance and completion of assigned restoration projects.
  • Recordkeeping as required by National, State, and public land agencies. 
  • Knows and follows all company, Environmental, Health, and Safety Management Programs and policies.
  • Works extra shifts and hours as required.
  • Other duties as assigned.

At Aramark, developing new skills and doing what it takes to get the job done make a positive impact for our employees and for our customers. In order to meet our commitments, job duties may change or new ones may be assigned without formal notice.

Department Responsibilities

  • Responsible for the financial management of the department; Ensures the department complies with financial guidelines and meets or exceeds all financial and operational goals.
  • Maintains budgets, expenses, and maintenance logs; Orders supplies in accordance with prepared budget.
  • Ensures a positive work environment centered on trust, open communication, and teamwork; facilitates problem solving and collaboration throughout the department.
  • Identifies and works with management to resolve departmental problems and potential problems.
  • Implements National Park Service and company guidelines on preservation of historic structures and assets.
  • Purchases and evaluates all low VOC content paints, stains, caulks, adhesives, and solvents.
  • Operates maintenance and other company vehicles on and off property.
  • Maintains schedules associated with projects, workload, personnel, and coordination with larger renovation projects

Safety Responsibilities

  • Monitors and evaluates hazardous chemicals and inventory.; ensures any hazardous waste or bio-hazard waste is correctly disposed of.
  • Assists in all emergency planning and spill prevention efforts; Thoroughly knows all emergency systems, evacuation routes, protection plans and procedures.
  • Proper use of all fire equipment on premises, as needed.

Communication Responsibilities

  • Effectively communicates department and position-specific expectations to department team members.
  • Ensures department team members are updated on any relevant news or needs of other departments.
  • Communicates and collaborates with other departments and managers and attends staff meetings to provide departmental updates and communicate problems and potential problems.

Customer Service Responsibilities

  • Provides and ensures all internal and external customers receive excellent customer service.
  • Strives to achieve and maintain a customer service-oriented department mentality.
  • Responds to customer complaints in a professional manner.

Supervisory Responsibilities

  • Responsible for managing department team members, creating staff work schedules, and training department employees in department standards, security procedures, department operations, and safe work methods.
  • Mentors and coaches staff members on developing and improving skills.
  • Assists with the hiring process for vacant department positions; Evaluates applications/resumes, performs interviews, and provides feedback for job applicants.
  • Enforces department standards, policies, and team member expectations; Performs progressive discipline, coaches, and retrains department employees as required.
  • Completes detailed and timely performance evaluations.
  • Follows and enforces company policies including uniform and grooming standards.
  • Verifies payroll hours for department personal.

Additional Responsibilities

  • Knows and enforces all company Programs and policies, including Environmental, Health, Compliance, and Safety Management Programs and policies; Assists with environmental instruction and design practices.
  • Assists in other departments and or assigned duties as needed.


•    Must have at minimum a high school diploma or G.E.D.
•    Bachelor’s Degree in architecture, architectural history, and/or historic preservation, one-year experience assessing historic buildings, or equivalent combination of education (related trade school), historic certification(s) and experience working on historic preservation projects.
•    National Park Service HPTC desired but not required.  Ability to obtain proper historic preservation certifications. 
•    Adept in assessing existing historic structures, components, and details to support project initiatives for preservation.  
•    Excellent carpentry and wood working skills.
•    Extensive knowledge of construction materials, species of wood, caulks, sealants, glass, fastening materials
•    Extensive knowledge of carpentry & woodworking hand and power tools, equipment, and associated uses.
•    Extensive knowledge of painting, staining, waterproofing means and methods for various materials for restoration of various building components.
•    Experience working with the National Park Service, SHPO, and familiarity with NPS/SHPO policies, processes, and documentation preferred.
•    Understanding of the Secretary of the Interior's Standards and familiarity with the Section 106 review process.
•    Ability to read and understand architectural drawings and specifications.
•    Experience working with contractors on historic properties listed in the National Register.
•    3-5 years as journeyman.  3-5 years management/supervisory experience
•    Must have working knowledge of all construction means & methods for: (MEP systems, Framing, Drywall, Painting, Finish Carpentry, etc)
•    Must have a valid driver’s license.
•    Working knowledge of codes and specifications.
•    Computer skills to include Microsoft, Windows, Excel, & Word.
•    Understand basic budget relationships (i.e. labor expense, cost breakdowns, purchasing).
•    Recordkeeping skills (reading, writing and accurate reporting) to prepare and maintain records, reports, purchase orders and work orders.
•    Strong organization and interpersonal skills.
•    Effective verbal and written communication skills. 

Physical Requirements to Perform Job Duties

  • Must be able to understand normal conversation and accurately communicate information.
  • Ability to stand and walk on paved, unpaved, uneven, and slippery surfaces for extended periods of time.
  • Ability to climb stairs and ladders frequently.
  • Ability to remain balanced; Stoop, squat, kneel, crouch, crawl, twist, turn, push, pull, grasp, and reach down, forward, and overhead repetitively.
  • Manual dexterity to use hand tools including screwdrivers, hammer, steel measuring tape, utility knife, cordless drill, level, pliers, wrenches & socket wrench set, shovels, step ladders, etc., and power-operated tools.
  • Use electrical, plumbing, carpentry, and HVAC repair tools (hand and/or power) and equipment.
  • Must be able to use general cleaning supplies; Grasp, lift, push, pull and use cleaning equipment.
  • Visual acuity to recognize and complete repairs and maintenance.
  • Ability to lift and carry up to 50 lbs frequently and 70 lbs occasionally.
  • Must be able to safely operate a motor vehicle, larger moving vans, trucks, and vehicles to pick-up and deliver materials as required.  (CDL license is NOT required)
  • The worker is subject to both inside and outside environmental conditions: adverse conditions may include extreme heat and/or cold, wind, humidity, and sometimes inclement weather.

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Rooted in service and united by our purpose, we strive to do great things for each other, our partners, our communities, and our planet.

At Aramark, we believe that every employee should enjoy equal employment opportunity and be free to participate in all aspects of the company. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, national origin, age, sex, gender, pregnancy, disability, sexual orientation, gender identity, genetic information, military status, protected veteran status or other characteristics protected by applicable law.

About Aramark

The people of Aramark proudly serve millions of guests every day through food and facilities in 15 countries around the world. Rooted in service and united by our purpose, we strive to do great things for each other, our partners, our communities, and our planet. We believe a career should develop your talents, fuel your passions, and empower your professional growth. So, no matter what you're pursuing - a new challenge, a sense of belonging, or just a great place to work - our focus is helping you reach your full potential. Learn more about working here at or connect with us on FacebookInstagram and Twitter.

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