Job Opportunities

The Texas Historical Commission includes professionals in many disciplines including archeologists, architects, accountants, project design assistants, historians, community development specialists, museum and curatorial professionals, purchasers, communicators, information technologists, and administrative support. At our 22 historic sites, we may also employ museum and education specialists, sales staff, tour guides, graphic designers, administrators, maintenance technicians and supervisors. See the list below for current openings at our Austin headquarters or at one of our historic sites throughout the state. Click on the position title to view the complete posting.

To apply for these positions, you will be directed to the Texas Workforce Commission website, Work In Texas, below. Only applications submitted through the Work In Texas website will be accepted and considered.

***NOTE:  All job postings are held temporarily (48 hours) in order to extend priority of service to veterans.  Postings are then opened to the public***

Position Title THC Number Location Opening Date Status
Budget Analyst (Budget Analyst IV) 20-3 Austin, TX 09/11/2019 Until filled
Event Planner (Project Manager I) 20-16 Austin, TX 12/16/2019 On hold
Project Reviewer, History Programs Division/Division of Architecture (Environmental Protection Specialist III/IV) 20-32 Austin, TX 05/13/2020 On hold
Project Reviewer, Federal and State Review Program (Environmental Protection Specialist III/IV or Architect I) 20-33 Austin, TX 05/13/2020 Until filled
Educator/Interpreter (Program Specialist II) 20-1000-35 Rockport, TX 06/06/2020 Until filled
Educator/Interpreter (Program Specialist II) 20-2100-37 Austin, TX 06/17/2020 On hold
Educator/Interpreter (Program Specialist II) 20-1100-38 Castroville, TX 06/25/2020 On hold
Lead Educator/Interpreter (Program Specialist III) 20-1200-40 Sweeny, TX 07/24/2020 Until filled

To apply for positions listed above, go to Work In Texas.

THC participates in E-Verify and will provide the Social Security Administration and, if necessary, the Department of Homeland Security, with information from each new employee's Form I-9 to confirm work authorization.