Employment & Procurement

Employment Opportunities

Job opportunities available at the Department of Historic Resources are posted on the Jobs Virginia website.

DHR has has the following job vacancies at this time:

Human Resource Manager: The Department of Historic Resources seeks an accomplished and experienced professional to serve as its Human Resource Manager. Individual is responsible for managing the human resource function agency wide performing a broad range of human resource duties to include: human resource policy, recruitment and selection, compensation and classification, benefits, legal compliance, employee relations, training and development, performance management, workers compensation and disability, and records management. Acts as liaison with the Payroll Services Bureau (PSB) and as employees' first point of contact for payroll inquiries. Coordinates employee and Board member Statements of Economic Interest. Maintains agency organization chart, access to the Commonwealth's learning management system, and Agency Salary Administration Plan. Effectively presents a positive image of the agency and staff to external entities. Agency's staff is comprised of classified, wage, volunteer, intern, and contract/temporary resources. Position is located in Richmond, Virginia.
For more information, please see this listing on the Jobs Virginia website.

Project Review Architectural Historian: Conducts reviews of federal and state projects based upon substantive analysis and provides written comments regarding the project's effects on historic and architectural resources. Requests additional information, makes recommendations for further identification efforts, provides opinions on the consistency of survey programs and eligibility decisions with relevant federal and state regulations and guidelines, makes assessment of effect, requests consideration of alternatives, and recommends treatment with appropriate consideration of the public benefit, agency and state initiatives and larger preservation issues. Makes site inspections to interpret specific landscape and restoration / rehabilitation problems and to identify solutions. Promotes appropriate rehabilitation and restoration measures for federal and state-owned property by providing technical assistance and guidance on preservation technology and procedures. Provides training workshops in statutory requirements for historic resources and/or available preservation tools.
For more information, please see this listing on the Jobs Virginia website.

Finance/Grants Manager: The Department of Historic Resources seeks a customer service oriented team player to serve as financial manager within its Administrative Services Division. Individual is responsible for overall grant and revenue management, general accounting, accounts payable, accounts receivable, travel, and cash receipt entry (deposits). Position reviews grant applications for compliance, maintains spreadsheets, reconciles accounts, prepares reports, and keys payments related to non-state and state agency grants to ensure compliance and that adequate levels of match exist. Completes time and effort reporting for grants. Uses ASAP for federal grant draw-downs. Secures and issues W-9's. Issues 1099's. Coordinates vendor and Employee EDI setup. Prepares and accurately codes journal entries (transactions). Audits/reviews travel reimbursements. Prepares year end close schedules and financial statement directive attachments. Reconciles petty cash and performs journal (batches) reconciliations monthly. Performs fixed asset, lease, A/P Prompt Pay, and A/R Quarterly Report entry. Maintains accounts receivable records in QuickBooks, seeks collection, and coordinates debt set off. Assists staff with federal grant application and reporting, performs cash/revenue reporting and monitoring, and reconciliations. Coordinates/completes FFY year end closing for federal grants. Ensures files are properly maintained and accessible for audit purposes. Serves as liaison with Payroll Service Bureau for payroll time/leave reporting and DOA for error correction / compliance assurance. Assists with Indirect Cost Allocation Plan development. Acts as back up to fiscal officer and other division staff as required. Position is located in Petersburg, Virginia.
For more information, please see this listing on the Jobs Virginia website.

If you would like additional information regarding employment opportunities with DHR, please contact:
Bobbie Hughes, Human Resource Manager
2801 Kensington Avenue
Richmond, VA 23221
Phone: (804) 482-6447

Procurement Opportunities

Contact DHR Purchasing:
Purchasing opportunities with DHR are only available to eVA vendors. If you would like additional information regarding procurement opportunities with us, please contact:  

Tyler Turpin, Procurement Officer
10 Courthouse Avenue
Petersburg, VA 23803
Phone: (804) 862-6193

Updated: 5.10.16