Heritage Consulting Group is successful due to our team of curious problem-solvers that are experts in the field. We are looking to add people to our team who have a passion for historic preservation, a client-service minded approach, and who want to learn and innovate together.

From day one, you are a part of the team. And from day one you are eligible for the core benefits listed below.

Core benefits:

  • Remote and hybrid opportunities
  • Medical, Dental & Vision Insurance
  • Generous PTO
  • Ten Paid Company Holidays
  • Short-term and Long-term Disability (Employer paid)
  • Employee Assistance Program
  • Commuter Benefits (Transit & Parking)
  • Adoption and Education Assistance Programs
  • Professional Development Opportunities

After 90 days, employees can participate in a 401k plan

Let’s work together. See our open Positions:

Project Manager

Remote - $60,000 - $75,000 commensurate with experience


Heritage Consulting Group is a national firm that advises owners and developers of historic buildings through the development process, helping them to secure federal, state, and local incentives. Heritage has completed thousands of adaptive reuse projects throughout the country including many of the nation’s most iconic buildings.


Heritage Consulting Group is seeking a Project Manager to manage historic tax credit projects. Candidate should have a minimum of five years of experience in preparing historic tax credit applications with experience managing projects through the application process.


  • Serve as project manager for historic tax credit and cultural resource management projects. 
  • Conduct historic resource assessments involving site investigations, research, photography, historic evaluation, and building documentation. 
  • Prepare state and federal Historic Tax Credit Certification applications. 
  • Prepare National Register and landmark designation reports. 
  • Coordinate with government reviewing agencies and project teams.
  • Represent clients throughout the application process. 
  • Manage project budgets and schedules. 
  • Conduct site inspections with travel required.


  • A MA/MS in historic preservation, architectural history, planning or closely related discipline is preferred.
  • Minimum of five years of experience preparing historic tax credit applications.
  • Experience with the interpretation of the Secretary of the Interior’s Standards for Rehabilitation required. 
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“I enjoy working at Heritage, in part, because our staff is passionate, knowledgeable, and enjoys working collaboratively. Our wide variety of projects affords the opportunity to work on a range of building types in large cities and small towns around the country.”

Jen Davel, Vice President , Midwest Regional Director