Aug
1
to Aug 30

Community Manager

 

Community Manager

EOE STATEMENT

We are an Equal Opportunity Employer.  

CATEGORY

Management  

POSITION

Community Manager  

DESCRIPTION

Job Title: Community Manager
Reports To: Portfolio Manager
SUMMARY
The basic functions of a Community Manager are to assist the Portfolio Manager in maintaining the
physical asset and maximize the financial returns from that asset in accordance with the objectives while
promoting the Company’s professional standards of quality. Responsible to hire, supervise, motivate all
on-site staff and make recommendations for termination. Assists Portfolio Manager and supervisors with
special projects and administrative tasks. Ensures staff compliance with company policies and procedures.
Ensures staff performance of duties on a timely basis. Comply with the Washington State Residential
Landlord & Tenant Act and all other governmental laws and regulations.
ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES include the following. Other duties may be assigned.
A. Marketing and Leasing:
1. Show units and screen and select qualified residents;
2. Complete guest cards for all prospects who telephone or visit the property. Follow up with the
prospects using the information on the guest card within 24 hours;
3. Review all newspaper advertising to ensure it is correct and the ad program is current;
4. Supervises Assistant Manager, Leasing and Marketing staff and Maintenance staff;
5. Visits competitive properties and assists in preparation of regular market surveys;
6. Prepares weekly reports for Portfolio Manager’s review every Monday;
7. Reviews all rental applications for criminal and credit back ground history and lease forms for
accuracy and compliance with resident policy and check all leases for accuracy and completion;
8. Make recommendations to improve marketing and leasing programs.
B. Resident Relations:
1. Responds to resident inquiries, complaints and concerns promptly;
2. Respond to Maintenance needs and Work Order requests promptly;
3. Implement rent collection program;
4. Supervises and implements move-in and move-out procedures;
5. Enforcement of apartment community rules and regulations.
C. Maintain the physical asset:
1. Supervises Maintenance staff, including maintenance supervisor and any contract workers;
2. Supervises scheduling of maintenance work;
3. Makes regular follow-up inspections on maintenance work;
4. Establishes schedule of personnel for emergency maintenance;
5. Makes regular follow up inspections on maintenance work;
6. Makes regular inspections of grounds, including all common hallways;
7. Makes daily inspections of grounds, including common hallways;
8. Make-ready all vacant apartment units within expected timeline;
9. Makes recommendations for physical repairs, replacements and/or improvements;
10. Cleaning vacant apartments;
11. Painting vacant apartments;
12. Scheduling apartment turnover and maintaining apartments at acceptable levels of rent-readiness.
D. Financial Reporting and Control as directed by the Portfolio Manager:
1. Collects rents, posts them in accounting system and deposits rents into the bank account for the
property;
2. Properly execute journal receipts for monies collected;
3. Maintain accurate accounting records;
4. Assists in preparation of the budget;
5. Assists in reporting variances from the budget;
6. Assists in preparing monthly variance report;
7. Assists in approving invoices for payment;
8. Assists in preparing inventory of all equipment and supplies;
9. Reports accurate payroll information to the Payroll Department in a timely manner;
10. Requests Pre-approvals for overtime time pay from Portfolio Manager;
E. Administration as directed by the Portfolio Manager:
1. Maintenance of property files and records;
2. Supervises the handling of any emergency that may arise on-site;
3. Assists in reviewing market rents to ensure proper rates are being charged, monitors
delinquencies, NSF and bad debt procedures to assure timely collection of rents, or evictions;
4. Communicates all problems and makes recommendations to Portfolio Manager in a reasonable
time frame;
5. Implement effective time management;
6. Provides satisfactory documentation to ensure fair and timely resolution of disputes or issues with
residents, employees or others;
7. Demonstrate leadership, and promote professionalism through appearance, attitude and
communication skills;
8. Keep rental office clean, neat, and organized.
SUPERVISORY RESPONSIBILITIES
1. Supervises all on-site staff;
2. Ensure that work assignments are performed in accordance with OSHA (Occupational Safety &
Health Act) standards at all times;
3. Ensure employee compliance with the Washington State Residential Landlord & Tenant Act and
all other governmental laws and regulations.

 POSITION REQUIREMENTS

QUALIFICATIONS
To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily.
The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required.
Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential
functions.
1. Ability to handle finances and work within a budget;
2. Appearance compatible with image of property, positive attitude, good sense of humor, energetic,
assertive and capable role model for subordinates;
3. Demonstrated integrity on personal as well as professional level;
4. Exceptional communication skills;
5. Attentive to details;
6. Ability to interact with a wide range of people;
7. Ability to solve problems involving residents, personnel, finances, equipment failure, emergency
situations, etc.;
8. Ability and willingness to substitute for any leasing responsibility, unit cleaning, grounds pickup,
receptionist, and other work as may be reasonably directed by the Portfolio Manager.
9. Ability to add, subtract, multiply and divide with a high level of accuracy.
COMMUNICATION SKILLS (reading, writing, typing etc.)
Previous clerical/administrative experience
Previous experience with office computers and software
EDUCATION and/or EXPERIENCE
High School Diploma or Equivalent
MATHEMATICAL SKILLS
Ability to add, subtract, multiply and divide in all units of measure, using whole numbers and
decimals.
REASONING ABILITIES - Ability to apply common sense understanding to carry out instructions
furnished in written, oral, or diagram form.
PHYSICAL DEMANDS
The physical demands described here are representative of those an employee encounters while
performing the essential functions of this job.
While performing the duties of the job, the employee is regularly required to:
1. Use hands to finger, handle, or feel objects, tools, or controls;
2. Reach with hands and arms;
3. Talk and hear;
4. Frequently walk, sit, climb or balance;
5. Occasionally lift and/or move up to 25 pounds;
6. Occasionally required to stoop, kneel, crouch, or crawl;
7. Taste or smell.
8. Drive
Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision, distance vision, color vision, depth
perception, and the ability to adjust focus.
WORK ENVIRONMENT
The work environment characteristics described here are representative of those an employee encounters
while performing the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable
individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
* On Properties that do not have on-site staff the Community Manager will be responsible for the
overseeing or doing of the property landscape, building maintenance and cleaning of the building as well
as vacant units.

 

 

 

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Aug
1
to Aug 9

Labor Standards Community Liaison

CITY OF SEATTLE

Labor Standards Community Liaison

Salary:$34.30 - $39.93 Hourly

Location: Central Building, 810 3rd Ave., Seattle, Washington

Job Type: Classified Civil Service, Regular, Full-Time

Shift: Day

Department: Seattle Office for Civil Rights

Bargaining Unit: PTE, Local 17 - Professionals

Closing Date08/09/16 04:00 PM Pacific Time

Position Description:

As a leader on workplace practices that promote equity, advance race and social justice, address wage gaps and create a fair and healthy economy for workers, businesses and residents, the City of Seattle created an Office of Labor Standards (OLS). OLS implements City ordinances related to minimum wage, prevention of wage theft, paid sick and safe time, fair chance employment (governing the use of criminal history in employment decisions), and other laws that the City may enact in the future. The OLS Community Liaison is a full-time, hourly, overtime-eligible position that will report to the OLS Director. This position will require occasional work during the evening and weekends

Job Responsibilities:

 

  • Assist with the development and implementation of OLS long and short term outreach and engagement strategies for Seattle's workforce, including communities of color, worker advocacy groups, underserved, immigrant and refugee communities.
  • Provide project management and all aspects of contract management for OLS Community Outreach and Education Fund, which in 2016 included $1 million spread across ten organizations.
  • Provide administrative support to 15-member Labor Standards Advisory Commission, including taking minutes at monthly meetings.
  • Coordinate the development of education and outreach materials, including fliers and curricula, for Seattle labor standards ordinances.
  • Coordinate and lead workshops and trainings for community organizations and worker groups to educate workers on their rights under federal, state and city law as well as coordinate and lead workshops and trainings.
  • Serve as a resource and liaise with City of Seattle Departments, other government agencies and community based organizations.
  • Serve as OLS primary resource on translation and language access.
  • Coordinate and manage other special projects as assigned.

Qualifications:

QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE:

  • Two or more years of civil rights, labor, employment, and/or human rights experience with outreach campaigns, program planning/implementation and/or advocacy.
  • Experience with grant and/or contract management, including performance measurement/evaluation.
  • Experience with policy development and analysis.
  • Experience with community engagement.
  • Excellent communication skills and experience with public speaking.
  • Bachelor's Degree in Liberal Arts, Social Science, Public Administration or related field, or a combination of education and/or training and/or experience which provides an equivalent background required to perform the work of this position.

 

Additional Information:

HIGHLY DESIRED QUALIFICATIONS:

  • Experience working directly with communities of color, worker advocacy groups and workers.
  • Demonstrated ability to work with diverse populations including the ability to problem solve and build consensus with divergent groups.
  • Knowledge of the Seattle Labor Standard Laws and ordinances.
  • Ability to speak and/or read other languages, especially Spanish, Vietnamese, Chinese or Amharic.
  • Project management experience with strong organizational and administrative skills, including proficiency with Outlook, Word, and Excel.
  • Ability to plan and coordinate events and activities involving multiple organizations.
  • Knowledge of the City of Seattle's Race and Social Justice Initiative.
  • Ability to create or edit marketing materials such brochures, posters, and presentations using publishing tools like Adobe Creative Cloud.
  • Experience with WordPress, MailChimp, or other web publishing tools.

APPLY HERE: http://agency.governmentjobs.com/seattle/job_bulletin.cfm?JobID=1487163

 

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Jul
30
10:00 AM10:00

PRE­APPRENTICESHIP JOB FAIR SATURDAY JULY 30th 10:00AM -4:00PM

4 week pre-apprenticeship program developed by the Ironworkers to provide direct training and job placement.

opportunities in the highway construction industry.

Pre-­apprenticeship training is a great way for participants to:

∙0 Explore and learn about exciting careers

∙1 Qualify to meet the minimum standards for selection to a Registered Apprenticeship

∙2 Benefit from classroom and technology­ based training

∙3 Get a start on career­ specific training with viable career pathway opportunities

∙4 Build your literacy, math, English, and work ­readiness skills employers desire

∙5 Advance into a Registered Apprenticeship program

WSDOT and these apprenticeship programs could create an opportunity to have livable

wage jobs and a brighter future for many enrolled in the program.

The Washington State Department of Transportation grant program provides training and

support service opportunities.

Free Classes begin: August 29, 2016—September 23, 2016

For more info : Greg Christiansen; NW Ironworkers Trust, 503­ 688­1210; greg@iw86appr.org

 Velma Veloria, CIRCC Coordinator;

rosete80@gmail.com; or

Emma Catague at emcatague@hotmail.com

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May
25
to Jun 5

DEVELOPMENT MANAGER -EQUITY IN EDUCATION COALITION

LEARN MORE: http://eec-wa.org/wp-content/uploads/2015/12/Development-Manager_2016.pdf   The mission of the Equity in Education Coalition (EEC) is to advance equity in education, foster civic engagement, and advocate for students and communities of color, native American, refugee and immigrant. Founded in 2012, the Equity In Education Coalition is Washington State’s largest coalition of stakeholders from communities of color and white allies who are striving to improve educational opportunities and outcomes for children of color. Our Work Culture: We are highly dedicated to the important work of equity and racial justice, and strive to foster a caring, supportive and flexible work environment. We will be growing to five team members by the end of the summer. We are seeking someone who excels in the world of development and fundraising, but will also excel in an organization whose culture embraces race-conscious conversations. Future Development Manager Over the past four years, EEC has had tremendous success raising funds through grants and foundation support. To advance EEC’s current strategic plan, however, we plan to add additional focus to individual donor and major gift cultivation. The new Development Manager will build, strengthen, and execute a robust engagement plan for prospecting, cultivating, and stewarding a wider range of foundations, as well as individual and major gift donors. The Development Manager will report to the Executive Director, and also work closely with the Board of Directors and other team members, including our Educational Projects Coordinator, Communications Coordinator and Community Outreach Coordinator. This is a great opportunity for someone who wants not just a job, but an opportunity to empower communities of color and ensure an excellent education for the next generation children. You will work closely with the Co-Founder and ED to grow the EEC. You will be challenged all the time, pushed to the limit, learn a ton of stuff, be on the cutting edge of equity and education work, have a lot of fun, be frustrated on occasion and inspired frequently, and make a huge difference. Compensation and Benefits: EEC is prepared to offer a competitive compensation package commensurate with candidate’s experience. Salary range for this position is $44,000-$50,000 per year, with opportunity for advancement during annual review. This position is exempt. TO APPLY: Submit a cover letter and resume (both combined into ONE Word or PDF document) to info@eec-wa.org by 5pm 6/17/2016. If you advance to the interview stage, you will be asked for two writing samples, including at least one grant proposal.            

LEARN MORE: http://eec-wa.org/wp-content/uploads/2015/12/Development-Manager_2016.pdf

 

The mission of the Equity in Education Coalition (EEC) is to advance equity in education, foster civic engagement, and advocate for students and communities of color, native American, refugee and immigrant. Founded in 2012, the Equity In Education Coalition is Washington State’s largest coalition of stakeholders from communities of color and white allies who are striving to improve educational opportunities and outcomes for children of color.

Our Work Culture: We are highly dedicated to the important work of equity and racial justice, and strive to foster a caring, supportive and flexible work environment. We will be growing to five team members by the end of the summer.

We are seeking someone who excels in the world of development and fundraising, but will also excel in an organization whose culture embraces race-conscious conversations.

Future Development Manager

Over the past four years, EEC has had tremendous success raising funds through grants and foundation support. To advance EEC’s current strategic plan, however, we plan to add additional focus to individual donor and major gift cultivation. The new Development Manager will build, strengthen, and execute a robust engagement plan for prospecting, cultivating, and stewarding a wider range of foundations, as well as individual and major gift donors. The Development Manager will report to the Executive Director, and also work closely with the Board of Directors and other team members, including our Educational Projects Coordinator, Communications Coordinator and Community Outreach Coordinator.

This is a great opportunity for someone who wants not just a job, but an opportunity to empower communities of color and ensure an excellent education for the next generation children.

You will work closely with the Co-Founder and ED to grow the EEC. You will be challenged all the time, pushed to the limit, learn a ton of stuff, be on the cutting edge of equity and education work, have a lot of fun, be frustrated on occasion and inspired frequently, and make a huge difference.

Compensation and Benefits:

EEC is prepared to offer a competitive compensation package commensurate with candidate’s experience. Salary range for this position is $44,000-$50,000 per year, with opportunity for advancement during annual review. This position is exempt.

TO APPLY: Submit a cover letter and resume (both combined into ONE Word or PDF document) to info@eec-wa.org by 5pm 6/17/2016. If you advance to the interview stage, you will be asked for two writing samples, including at least one grant proposal.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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May
10
to Jun 16

#ReduceGUNVIOLENCE Interested in A Paid Internship?

Alliance for Gun Responsibility

 

The Washington Alliance for Gun Responsibility is a coalition of concerned citizens and organizations working together to forge commonsense solutions to reduce gun violence. We support the Second Amendment right of citizens to own guns. We also believe with that right comes basic responsibilities. As a society we are responsible for keeping guns out of the hands of criminals and promoting solutions that reduce gun violence. While DC remains in gridlock, we have the opportunity to make historic change here in Washington.

 

Job Description

 

The Organizing Internship is a paid position and will be responsible for carrying out aspects of the legislative outreach strategy working in Seattle, Olympia, and the surrounding Puget Sound region. The role will work with partnership organizations and grassroots action to support The Alliance’s legislative priorities. The Organizing Internship will grow and activate our membership, energize supports to contact their legislators, and coordinate lobby days in Olympia.

 

The Organizing Internship will:

·        Recruit supporters to become members of the Alliance for Gun Responsibility

·        Activate members, partnering organizations, and grassroots network to contact their legislators

·        Execute aspects of lobby days in Olympia

·        Recruit and manage volunteers

·        Manage volunteer lists and databases

·        Operate phone banks and outreach events, outside of typical business hours

·        Make appointments for volunteers with legislators

 

Skills and Qualifications

 

Candidates should have strong interpersonal skills, experience meeting deadlines, and the ability to manage many tasks simultaneously.

 

Candidates will preferably have field organizing experience.

 

Candidates with a passion for gun violence prevention or a personal relationship to the issue of gun violence are preferred.

 

The ideal candidate will have a working knowledge of common tools including the Voter Activation Network and understanding of how the legislative process works.

 

This position will require trips to and from Olympia and thus access to a vehicle and valid driver's license are necessary.

 

Ability to work evenings and weekends from time to time.

 

How to Apply

This Organizing Internship is a paid position. Please submit your resume and cover letter to Dan@wagunresponsibility.org

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Apr
27
to Jun 23

Kin On is Hiring! Community Engagement Coordinator

 

               The Community Engagement Coordinator is responsible for outreaching and engaging the greater community on behalf of Kin On. This critical role helps to expands Kin On’s reach in the community by connecting with potential and existing clients, supporters and volunteers through the Kin On Healthy Living Program and supportive housing, volunteer recruitment and coordination, and overall outreach and fundraising efforts.

HOW TO APPLY:

Please send resumes and cover letters to careers@kinon.org.

Only qualified individuals being considered will be contacted for an interview.

Full Descripting Click On the Link Below :

http://66.147.244.86/~kinonorg/images/uploads/Job_Opening_-_Community_Engagement_Coordinator.pdf

Questions can be sentdirectly to Heidi Wong hwong@kinon.org

Heidi Wong

Director of Planning, Development & Community Engagement

Kin On Health Care Center

Community Care Network of Kin On

Website: www.kinon.org

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Apr
14
to Apr 16

Young Women Empowered - Career Day Saturday April 16,2016

For: Girls, Women, and female groups in high school, college and beyond seeking career inspiration from women professionals. Female Students at Cascadia and UW Bothell are encouraged to attend. Allies of all genders are welcome.

Cost: FREE!   Donations accepted and encouraged

When: April 16, 2016 10:30 am – 5:00 pm

Where:  Mobius Hall, UW Bothell/Cascadia College. Check out the Campus Map Get Directions Here:
http://www.cascadia.edu/discover/visitors/gettocampus.aspx

Time: April 16, 2016 @ 10:30 am – 5:00 pm

Place: Mobius Hall, UW Bothell/Cascadia College – 18428 110th Ave NE , Bothell, WA 98011

Career Day Schedule:

10:30am Registration

11:00am Welcome

11:30am Keynote Speech: Senator Pramila Jayapal

12:15pm Lunch
1:00pm Workshop Session #1

2:00pm Break/clean up and set up for next presenter
2:15pm Workshop Session #2

3:15pm Break

3:30pm Keynote Speech: Kathleen Hogan Executive VP of Microsoft

4:15pm Reflection Groups and Evaluations

4:50pm Closing

https://youngwomenempowered.wufoo.com/forms/2016-career-day-registration/

 

 

 

 

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Apr
10
to Apr 25

Executive Energy Policy and Partnerships Specialist

Executive Energy Policy and Partnerships Specialist

Salary:$104,520.00 - $132,496.00 Annually 

Job Type:Career Service, Full Time, 40 hrs/week

Location:Chinook Building - 401 5th Ave, Seattle, Washington

Department:Department of Natural Resources & Parks - Director's Office

Summary: King County's recently adopted 2015 Strategic Climate Action Plan sets ambitious targets for reducing greenhouse gas emissions and increasing energy efficiency and the production and use of clean renewable energy, both in county operations and at the countywide scale. Investments in energy efficiency, renewable energy, and clean technology research and development present significant opportunities to support broader economic development and equity and social justice goals.

The Energy Policy and Partnerships Specialist will work in the King County Executive Office and serve as a leader, catalyst, and connector for the expansion of externally-facing resource efficiency, clean energy, and advanced transportation fuel and technology related efforts across King County. 

The position will report to the Executive's Director of Climate and Energy Initiatives. This position will regularly engage with the county's Climate Leadership Team comprised of Department Directors, and with Executive Office Government Relations staff and key department staff. They will collaborate with staff from multiple departments implementing energy policy and partnership recommendations in the SCAP.
 
Who may apply:  This position is open to all qualified applicants.
 
Work schedule: The workweek is normally Monday through Friday with occasional weekend or evening work as needed. This position is exempt from the Fair Labor Standards Act and is not eligible for overtime pay. However this position will be eligible for approved Executive Leave.
 
Forms and Materials required: Applicants must submit a (1) King County Application, (2) resume, and (3) letter of interest. The letter of interest should describe how your experience meets the qualifications and has prepared you to perform the essential functions of the job.

About King County: With about 2 million residents, King County ranks No. 1 in population in the state and is the 14th most populous county in the nation. The County is the financial, economic and industrial center of the Pacific Northwest region. Major business and employers in the region include: Starbucks, The Boeing Company, Microsoft, University of Washington, Paccar, Amazon, King County and the City of Seattle.  King County excels in livability with a wide range of housing options, outstanding educational institutions, top-rated health care systems and facilities, tremendous outdoor recreation opportunities and natural beauty.

The Energy Policy and Partnerships Specialist will:

  • Lead implementation of select community-facing energy efficiency and renewable energy strategies consistent with the King County 2015 Strategic Climate Action Plan, King County-Cities Climate Collaboration (K4C) Commitments, Equity and Social Justice Ordinance, and Executive Priorities for "Best Run Government."
  • Serve as a catalyst and connector for partnerships with utilities, housing service providers, cities, and community–based organizations to increase access and use of energy efficiency and renewable energy incentives.
  • Provide policy and subject matter expertise and advise the Executive Office and County departments on community-scale energy issues, including resource efficiency; Washington State policies and regulations governing energy utilities; renewable energy production, distribution, and storage; trends and authorities related to coal export, oil transport, and natural gas; and clean transportation fuels and technologies.
  • Develop and recommend strategies for accelerating county and state transition to clean, renewable energy, including removal of regulatory barriers and deployment of partnerships to advance renewable energy production, storage, and distribution.
  • Partner with state and federal partners such as the Washington State Departments of Commerce and Transportation, and U.S. Departments of Energy and Transportation, to secure support and funding for King County clean energy and advanced transportation fuel and technology priorities.
  • Work with the Economic Development Advisor, county Departments, business partners and community-based organizations to develop and implement shared goals, strategies and programs for expanding the clean energy economy in King County.
  • Represent the County at high-level meetings with city elected officials, utilities, regulators, businesses, and non-profit groups.
  • Develop, review and advise on county legislation, policies, the county's State and federal legislative priorities, and county budget decisions related to energy efficiency and renewable energy in the building and transportation sectors.

Example of Deliverables:

  • Clean Energy Transition Planning: In partnership with county energy and climate staff, K4C partners, and others, oversee and manage a third party technical analysis of local clean energy and energy efficiency potential.
  • Utility Scale Renewable Energy Project Development: Partner with county energy staff to support the development of commercial-scale renewable energy projects.
  • Renewable Power Purchase Agreements:  Review national, regional and local regulatory and market trends for renewable power purchase agreements and make recommendations for pursuing partnerships with corporate and municipal power purchasers and utilities.
  • Transportation Fuels and Vehicles:  Advise on policies and work plan, and work with departments to establish partnerships with cities and businesses to advance use of clean fuels, electric vehicles, and other actions to reduce greenhouse gas emissions from the transportation sector.
  • Community Energy and Resource Efficiency Programs: Work with the Puget Sound Energy, Seattle City Light, the Department of Community and Human Services, local housing authorities, the Washington State Housing Finance Commission and other advocates of affordable housing to expand the installation of renewable energy production and energy and water efficient fixtures and equipment.
  • Utility Marketing Partnerships: Work with Seattle City Light and Puget Sound Energy to develop joint marketing efforts that encourage participation in utility energy efficiency programs.
  • Building Codes:  Partner with various entities to advocate for stronger state residential and commercial energy codes for efficiency, electric vehicles, and on-site renewable energy generation.

The ideal candidate will have the following Leadership Competencies:

  • Collaborative skills
  • Skills and ability to be strategic in decisions and actions
  • Creativity and ability to manage with ambiguity
  • Ability to make quality decisions using analysis, experience and judgement
  • Ability to maneuver through complex political situations effectively and quietly
  • Negotiation skills
  • Business acumen

In addition to these leadership qualities, successful candidates should have the following qualifications:

  • Advanced degree in in Finance, Business Administration, Public Administration, or Energy Policy preferred.
  • At least five years of experience leading and managing clean energy and related projects and issues
  • Experience working with federal and state utility and energy regulatory frameworks and an understanding of the barriers and opportunities they can create for expansion of renewable energy.
  • Experience developing strategic public-private partnerships to advance energy efficiency and renewable energy goals.
  • Knowledge and experience using utility and tax incentives programs, federal and state grants, power purchase agreements, and public and private financing to advance energy efficiency and renewable energy projects and partnerships.
  • Knowledge about alternative fuels and alternative vehicle technologies and related federal and state standards.
  • Experience in building coalitions and managing complex stakeholder relationships.
  • Experience with strategic planning and program development, preferably related to clean energy.
  • Knowledge and experience leading clean energy policy and code review and development.
  • Experience in framing policy issues and funding options for elected officials.
  • Excellent oral and written communication skills.

Union Membership: This position is non-represented
 
Contact Information: Please direct questions about this recruitment to Prakash Meloot, Senior Human Resource Analyst at Prakash.meloot@kingcounty.gov.

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Apr
10
to May 15

Center for Women & Democracy’s Leadership Institute Class of 2016

Applications Available for the Center for Women & Democracy’s Leadership Institute Class of 2016

 

The Center for Women and Democracy is excited to announce we are accepting applications for our acclaimed Leadership Institute. Since 2010, the Center for Women & Democracy has been training the next generation of women leaders in Western Washington.  

 

The CWD program was designed to be an impactful experience attracting emerging community leaders.  The intensive, residential program will be held June 21-25 on the campus of Seattle University. The trainers are women leaders from a variety of disciplines and the curriculum explores topics such as community involvement, leadership development, and self-improvement. They will meet with local and state elected officials and business leaders.

 

Participation in the program is open to women who are currently attending two-year or four-year institutions (undergraduate or graduate) in Washington, those who are enrolled out-of-state with residency or internships in Washington, and women who have recently graduated from college and are living in Washington State.

 

Please visit us at www.womenanddemocracy.com for an application. Applications are considered on a rolling basis. Final deadline is May 15.

 

For more information, contact Holly M. Davis, Executive Director, at 206-307-9478 or holly@womenanddemocracy.org.

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Apr
10
to Apr 25

Climate Engagement Specialist

 

Climate Engagement Specialist

 

Salary:$78,644.80 - $99,673.60 Annually

Job Type:Career Service, Full Time, 40 hrs/week

Location:King Street Center - 201 S Jackson St, Seattle, Washington

Department:Department of Natural Resources & Parks - Director's Office

Summary: The challenges of combating and preparing for climate change demand an inclusive, integrated, community wide response that goes far beyond what King County government alone can accomplish. King County's 2015 Strategic Climate Action Plan (SCAP) outlines County commitments to further engage diverse communities in climate solutions, in ways that decision-making, leadership and action are shared. It is essential for the success of King County's climate change strategies that the County develops successful partnerships with other governments and community stakeholders, Tribes, businesses, philanthropic, faith-based and community organizations, and King County residents.
 
This position will act as King County's climate engagement and communications lead and will work across King County agencies to implement the commitments of King County's 2015 SCAP. This position will require strong engagement in ways that help support, communicate and bring funding to diverse climate-related projects and programs. This role will expand, diversify and strengthen alliances with public, private, and civic sector partners to develop, communicate, and implement regional climate solutions and shape decision-making in ways that advance equity and social justice and benefit public health, mobility, and the economy. 
 
The Climate Engagement Specialist will represent King County and lead the County's efforts to develop external, community level partnerships that align with and help reach community and County climate goals. The position will also work among and across County departments to leverage resources and develop shared strategies on climate change communications, programming, and engagement, focused on both educating King County employees and helping County agencies better communicate externally on climate-related issues.
 
Who may apply:  This position is open to all qualified applicants.
 
Work schedule: The workweek is normally 8 a.m. – 5 p.m. Monday through Friday, with occasional-to-frequent evening or weekend community outreach work and membership on a team that provides around-the-clock media relations support. This position is exempt from the Fair Labor Standards Act and is not eligible for overtime pay. However this position will be eligible for approved Executive Leave.
 
Forms and Materials required: Applicants must submit a (1) King County Application, (2) resume, and (3) letter of interest. The letter of interest should describe how your experience meets the qualifications and has prepared you to perform the essential functions of the job.
 
About King County: With about 2 million residents, King County ranks No. 1 in population in the state and is the 14th most populous county in the nation. The County is the financial, economic and industrial center of the Pacific Northwest region. Major business and employers in the region include: Starbucks, The Boeing Company, Microsoft, University of Washington, Paccar, Amazon, King County and the City of Seattle.  King County excels in livability with a wide range of housing options, outstanding educational institutions, top-rated health care systems and facilities, tremendous outdoor recreation opportunities and natural beauty.
 
Scope of Job duties:

External Communications and Partnerships:

  • Expand, diversify, and strengthen alliances with public, private, and civic sector partners to develop and implement climate solutions and shape decision-making, including engaging groups serving limited English speaking, low income, and racially diverse populations.
  • In collaboration with civic sector partners and King County agencies, coordinate a pro-equity, community-oriented approach to decision-making and implementing SCAP priority actions.
  • Develop philanthropic and business partnerships that can help support King County's climate strategies.
  • Support Executive Office and Department-led public and media events that highlight climate change impacts and solutions
  • Document and communicate highlights of progress towards the County's climate commitments, including playing a leadership role in production of the County's annual environmental sustainability report.
  • Support King County's role in co-chairing the King County-Cities Climate Collaboration (K4C).
  • Coordinate King County's external climate change communications, including:
  • Support Executive Office and Department-led public and media events that highlight climate change impacts and solutions, such as the County's sponsorship roles in the GoGreen Seattle Conference.
  • Lead development and dissemination of culturally-responsive climate-focused content for the County's climate change website, and climate-related content for the County's social media platforms, including development of climate related infographics.
  • Document and communicate highlights of progress towards the County's climate commitments, including playing a leadership role in production of the County's annual environmental sustainability report.

Internal Climate Communications:

  • Across all levels of staff, lead employee engagement and development of staff expertise on climate change issues
  • Lead and support diverse County agencies' work to integrate climate change messaging into County communications on topics such as emergency management, public health, transportation, and natural resources. This work will include coordinating across agencies to develop shared tools, programs and communications strategies on climate change.
  • Coordinate among King County's business assistance and market development programs, including the EnviroStars Regional Green Business Program, to ensure alignment with SCAP goals, leverage resources, and better communicate about these services.
  • Build staff capacity to develop and implement culturally-responsive climate solutions that advance King County's equity and social justice (ESJ) policy intent, in coordination with King County's Office of Equity and Social Justice.
  • Coordinate climate justice trainings and other professional development opportunities where staff can build skills related to ESJ and climate change.
  • Serve as an internal climate justice resource to ensure our climate and equity and social justice policy intent is achieved in an integrated way.

Our ideal candidate will be competent in:

  • Motivating others and creating a climate where people want to do their best
  • Organizing and marshaling resources to get things done
  • Generating trust and confidence in the integrity of the process and person
  • Attentive and active listening

In addition, successful candidates should have the following qualifications:

  • At least five years' experience leading and managing projects on sustainability topics related to public engagement, public-private partnerships, or community organizing.
  • Proven track record of success of building and managing alliances made up of diverse interests.
  • Strong ability to communicate about local climate change impacts, actions need to reduce local sources of climate pollution, and preparedness strategies.
  • Demonstrated experience partnering with diverse organizations and knowledge of equity and inclusion concepts and best practices.
  • Experience with grant writing and philanthropic fundraising.
  • Strong interpersonal and facilitation skills, including ability to facilitate in-person or virtual conversations with a range of audiences, highlighting the strengths and common goals of multiple perspectives for projects or initiatives that are politically sensitive or have significant political implications.
  • Demonstrated ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with multi-disciplinary staff and teams, managing up, down and sideways.
  • Excellent writing, presentation, and public speaking skills, including using social media and other digital tools.
  • Proficiency using MS Office, experience with SharePoint, OneNote, and Adobe Creative Suite a plus.
  • Proficiency in multiple languages and working with non-traditional partners a plus.

Union Membership: This position is non-represented.

Contact Information: Please direct questions about this recruitment to Prakash Meloot, Senior Human Resource Analyst at Prakash.meloot@kingcounty.gov.

http://agency.governmentjobs.com/kingcounty/default.cfm?action=viewjob&JobID=1396420&headerfooter

 

 

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Mar
25
to Mar 30

Administrative Specialist II- Language Services Program

 

The Department of Elections is recruiting Administrative Specialist II's who will also support the Language Services Program at King County Elections.  These individuals must be able to read, write, understand and speak Korean and/or Spanish at the language proficiency testing level used by the Department.
 
This position translates documents, participates in engagement and education/registration activities, assists voters by providing interpretation, conducts research, and provides administrative support in the voter services division.
 
King County Elections manages elections for nearly 1.2 million voters in King County; the largest vote-by-mail county in the United States.  Using some of the most advanced technology, practices and equipment in the nation, KCE conducts up to four elections annually.  Learn more at www.kingcounty.gov/elections.aspx
 
The Department of Elections - is searching for an energetic and resourceful professional who likes to "get stuff done". The Administrative Specialist position in the Elections Department combines an exciting, fast paced environment with the opportunity to cultivate talents and apply a variety of skills. The ideal candidate will thrive in an innovative, fast-paced environment and will not hesitate to roll up both sleeves, work hard, have fun, and get the job done. 
 
If you have any questions regarding this position, please contact Queniya Lassiter, Human Resources Analyst at Queniya.Lassiter@kingcounty.gov or call 206-477-3773.

Job Duties

  • Translate or proof election-related documents and web materials to Spanish or Korean, including but not limited to: voter registration information, letters and other correspondence to limited English speaking (LES) voters including, notice of elections, ballot titles and voters' pamphlet information, candidate statements, ballot measures, resolutions and related materials.
  • Answer inquiries from Spanish- or Korean- language voters.
  • Review, edit and proofread all translated documents produced by translation service providers and others for accuracy, clarity and consistency.
  • Participate in engagement events which publicize election services and resources.
  • Improve work processes, address quality control issues, and document procedures.
  • Provide established policies, procedures, codes, regulations and other relevant sources, in English and Spanish or Korean, to internal and/or external customers in writing, face-to-face or by telephone.
  • Deal with sensitive and/or potentially challenging customer service situations.
  • Research and summarize specialized or technical information from varied sources. This may require selecting the most appropriate material and the use of spreadsheets and customized database applications.
  • Research and resolve questions, problems, or inquiries from voters, staff, citizens and/or stakeholders.
  • Provide overall voter services administrative support, including performing duties related to document tracking, filing and data management. Regular use of Outlook, Word and Excel.
  • Assist voters' needs by researching voter demographics and other relevant data, reviewing voter registration data reports, and communicating with advocacy and community based groups and organizations.

 

Experience, Qualifications, Knowledge, Skills

Must be able to read, write, understand and speak Korean and/or Spanish at the language proficiency testing level.
 
High level of language to include interpreting, reading, writing and speaking in both English and Spanish or Korean (read and write Spanish or Korean and speak Spanish or Korean). (Candidates will be tested to determine translation skills and language proficiency.) 
Office and computer skills including the use of Word, Excel, and Outlook.  (Candidates will be tested on office and computer skills.) 
 
Ability to work under pressure and meet strict deadlines. 
Ability to work both independently and as a member of a team.
Ability to organize work assignments, set priorities, and follow through on work assignments.

Desirable Qualifications:
Experience in translation of written documents in Korean or Spanish, including the translation of technical or legal documents. 
 

Supplemental Information

Applications will be screened for qualifications and completion of all the required materials and forms.  The most competitive applicants may be contacted for further steps in the selection process, including Spanish or Korean/English language proficiency and translation skills, as well as office and computer skills.

Note: Online applications are preferred. However, if you cannot apply online, go to www.kingcounty.gov/jobs for other options.
 
If you need an accommodation in the recruitment process or an alternate format of this announcement, please inquire directly with the contact listed on the job announcement or the department's Human Resources Service Delivery Manager.

 

https://www.governmentjobs.com/jobs/1383522/language-services-community-engagement-program-supervisor-ii

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Mar
25
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Language Services & Community Engagement Program

The Department of Elections is recruiting a Program Supervisor II who will lead the Language Services and Community Engagement Program at King County Elections.  This position will oversee the team responsible for translating documents, providing language-based assistance to new and existing voters, supporting outreach events in Limited English Speaking (LES) communities and coordinating activities between the Department and community based organizations/service providers and community leaders.

The outreach work is performed under limited supervision within general policy guidelines and requires considerable independent judgment and discretion in responding to and interacting with individuals and groups, which may be in politically sensitive situations.  The work requires an understanding of County and Department priorities, policies and procedures; and of community interests and concerns.  Some work is performed at a site remote from the manager so work is reviewed through written reports and periodic meetings with the leadership team.    

Engagement with citizens is to provide information and assistance and with community groups to coordinate work activities and to facilitate projects; and with County staff and policy makers to advise and provide information, respond to requests, and resolve issues and complaints.

If you have any questions regarding this position, please contact Queniya Lassiter, Human Resources Analyst at Queniya.Lassiter@kingcounty.gov or call 206-477-3773.

Job Duties

  • Supervise the Elections Language Services Program focusing on translation services and outreach to Limited English Speaking (LES) voters and communities in King County; coordinate program activities and ensure program deliverables are achieved; evaluate program progress and results; prepare reports as required.
  • Plan, schedule and supervise the work activities of subordinates providing translation/interpretation/outreach tasks; provide assistance, guidance and direction with difficult or unusual problems.
  • Review reports and election documents, such as ballot titles and voters' pamphlet statements for clarity, completeness, accuracy and conformance with policies.
  • Develop program policy, methodology and design for all aspects related to ballots, voters' pamphlet, and minority language translations.
  • Review and approve internal and external publications, correspondence and manuals. Manage and coordinate the Language Assistance Program including designing, developing, and implementing a comprehensive information and communications plan for Limited English Speaking (LES) voters.
  • Develop, recommend and implement modifications or revisions in existing operating procedures.  Draft new procedures.
  • Improve work processes, address quality control and proofing issues, and document procedures.
  • Provide established policies, procedures, codes, regulations and other relevant sources to internal and/or external customers by telephone, in writing and/or in person.
  • Represent the program and act as liaison to internal and external customers, including the Office of the Secretary of State and other county elections offices.
  • Make staff assignments and allocate resources to support outreach events which publicize election services and resources.
  • Assist voters needs by researching voter, demographic and other data, reviewing voter registration data reports, and communicating with advocacy and community based groups and organizations.
  • Prepare performance appraisals to evaluate subordinates, identifying areas that need improvement; draft corrective action plans as needed.
  • Research and analyze legislation and regulations affecting elections services, revenues and programs to determine impact on budget, staffing and administration organization; compile and analyze data regarding voter trends, elections results and other election related statistics.
  • Develop, recommend, interpret, explain and implement procedural changes to promote efficient election processes and compliance with federal, state and local laws. Research, evaluate and recommend implementation of best practices.  Assign resources to support election services work priorities.
  • Prepare complex analytical or program evaluation statistical reports, schedules, graphs and documentation.

Experience, Qualifications, Knowledge, Skills

  • Experience in community organizing or in the operation of a community-based organization
  • Experience with supervision and management in a setting with union represented employees.

Desired Qualifications:

  • Baccalaureate degree in a social science, Public Administration, or a related field.
  • Certification as an Elections Administrator through the Washington Secretary of State's Office and/or Certified Elections/Registration Administrator (CERA) through The Election Center (or a combination of education and/or training and/or experience which provides an equivalent background required to perform the work of the class).

Supplemental Information

https://www.governmentjobs.com/jobs/1383522/language-services-community-engagement-program-supervisor-ii

Note: Online applications are preferred. However, if you cannot apply online, go to www.kingcounty.gov/jobs for other options.
 
If you need an accommodation in the recruitment process or an alternate format of this announcement, please inquire directly with the contact listed on the job announcement or the department's Human Resources Service Delivery Manager.

King County offers a highly-competitive compensation and benefits package to all eligible employees.  These benefits include county-wide paid medical, dental and vision coverage for yourself and all eligible dependents (spouse/domestic partner and children) who you enroll.  Benefit eligible positions include -- Career Service, Career Service Exempt, provisional and term-limited temporary (TLT) employees working 20 hours/week or the equivalent of half-time or greater.  These benefits become effective on the first calendar day of the month following the month in which the employee is hired; except if the employee's hire date is the first calendar day of the month, benefits begins on the day of hire.

More information about employee benefits is available on the county’s website at:  http://www.kingcounty.gov/employees/benefits.aspx

Agency

King County

Phone

206-296-7340

Website

http://www.kingcounty.gov/

Address

King County Administration Bldg.
500 4th Ave. Rm. 553
Seattle, Washington, 98104.

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Mar
16
to Mar 25

CIRCC YOUTH MEDIA PROGRAM

program offers:

    1.  Professional photography & video skills training through project-based learning

2.  Life-skills and professional video & photography workshops

3.  Guided opportunities to create a professional resume & portfolio of work

4.  A connection to civic & community engagement media opportunities

5.  $500 of professional camera & video equipment for each student to own, upon successful completion of the program.

Please email Program Director at Che@IndigenousMinds.org or mail to Experience Education @ 1639 153rd Ave SE Bellevue, WA 98007

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Mar
9
to Dec 1

Summer Internship Opportunities with the Offices of Congressman Adam Smith

Summer Internship Opportunities with the Offices of Congressman Adam Smith

My office is always accepting resumes from college students interested in interning for academic credit. By assisting the district staff, interns have the opportunity to gain firsthand knowledge about how a Congressional office provides constituent services and interacts with the community. Interns in the Washington, D.C. office will have an opportunity to learn about the legislative process and the federal government by working closely with legislative, communications and constituent services staff members. Candidates who are chosen for the Washington, D.C. office are responsible for paying their travel and living expenses. Interns in any office can arrange to receive academic credit for their work.

Each office offers one paid internship per session. Sessions are very flexible and can be moved or combined:

Session Dates and Application Deadlines:

  • Fall (September – December): Deadline August 1st*
  • Winter (January – April): Deadline December 1st*
  • Summer (May – August): Deadline April 1st*

*Applications received after these dates will be accepted, but will not be guaranteed consideration.

Current Openings: 

My offices are currently welcoming applications for the Summer internship session in both Washington, D.C. and Renton, Washington. This session is from May - August 2016.  

Washington, D.C. District Office:

Qualifications and Job Responsibilities:

Candidates should have an interest in the legislative process, possess excellent writing and communication skills, and have an understanding of the American political system. Pacific Northwest ties are a plus!

Legislative interns will be responsible for projects such as writing correspondence, providing support for daily legislative tasks, fielding constituent phone calls and other requests. Other duties include leading Capitol building tours and providing staff with general office support. During their term, interns will also have the opportunity to attend briefings and committee hearings of personal interest and complete individual and team goals.

Current students will be given preference, but recent graduates are also welcome to apply. Interns may earn college credit, depending on the requirements of the institution. Strong preference will be given to applicants from the Puget Sound region.

Internships can be part-time or full-time. Job duties include researching and writing congressional correspondence, answering phones and greeting visitors, aiding constituents in finding information, and providing other office support services.

Interested students should send a resume, writing sample stating why you are interested in the internship, and two letters of recommendation to:

ATTN: Savannah Romero
Office of Congressman Adam Smith
2264 Rayburn HOB
Washington, D.C. 20515
Phone Number: 202-225-8901

Download our Washington, D.C. Intern Application

Renton, Washington District Office:

Qualifications and Job Responsibilities: 

Candidates should have an interest in the legislative process, civic service, possess excellent writing and communication skills, and work well in a team environment.

Interns in the District Office have an opportunity to work in community outreach, constituent services and drafting policy and issue updates. This includes working with caseworkers to help constituents with issues relating to immigration, military and federal agencies, among others. Depending on interests, interns also have an opportunity to participate in community outreach, attend meetings and events with staff and/or the Congressman, and assist with town hall meetings.

Other intern duties are administrative: assisting staff with answering phones, data entry, scanning and/or copying documents, writing correspondence, etc. The position requires approximately 20 (part-time) or 30-40 (full-time) scheduled hours per week during posted business hours (8:00am to 5:00pm). 

Current students will be given preference, but recent graduates are also welcome to apply. Interns may earn college credit, depending on the requirements of their institution. Strong preference will be given to applicants with ties to the 9th Congressional District.

Applicants for both the full-time and part-time internship program in the District Office must submit an application packet including a letter of interest, resume and two letters of recommendation to the following address:

ATTN: Amina Mohamed
Office of Congressman Adam Smith
The Evergreen Building
15 South Grady Way, Suite 101
Renton, WA 98057
Phone number:  425-793-5180

Download our District Office Intern Application

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Mar
8
5:00 PM17:00

Labor Standards Business Liaison

 

The Office of Labor Standards is accepting applications for the position of Labor Standards Business Liaison.

 

As a leader on wage, labor and workforce practices that enhance equity, address wage gaps and create a fair and health economy for workers, businesses and residents, the City of Seattle created an Office of Labor Standards (OLS) in late 2014. OLS implements City ordinances on minimum wage, paid sick and safe time, use of criminal history in employment decisions, wage theft and other laws that the City may enact in the future. OLS is housed within the Seattle Office for Civil Rights (SOCR).
 

The Labor Standards Business Liaison will contribute as a member of the OLS outreach and communications team and serve as the lead on business outreach and engagement. This position will be responsible for becoming a subject matter expert on Seattle's labor standards, providing technical assistance to the business community on a daily basis, developing business outreach and engagement strategies as well as recommending policy solutions, and managing a business outreach and education contract program. 

This is a full-time position that will report to the OLS Senior Policy Advisor under the direction of the OLS Director.


Applications close on Tuesday, March 8, 2016 at 4 pm.

https://www.governmentjobs.com/jobs/1357135/labor-standards-business-liaison

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Mar
6
to Jul 1

Highway Construction/Trades Scholarship Program

Office of Equal Opportunity

Highway Construction/Trades Scholarship Program

Application Deadline: July 1, 2016

About the Program: The WSDOT Highway Construction Trades Scholarship program is designed to assist female, minority and socially/economically disadvantaged individuals that are residents of Washington State who want to pursue training through an approved program that leads to employment in highway construction.  Individuals pursuing training in one of the trades listed below and are interested in working on highway construction projects are eligible to apply:

  • Carpenter
  • Electrician
  • Cement Mason
  • Painter
  • Truck Driver
  • Iron Worker
  • Heavy Equipment Operator
  • Pile Driver
  • Laborer
  • Heavy Equipment Mechanic

The scholarship amounts may vary, depending on the program.  For example:

  • A program that lasts 8 weeks may be covered at full or partial cost.
  • A program that runs multiple quarters may be eligible to have one or more quarters’ cost covered, depending on cost per quarter.

Scholarships not only cover tuition costs, but funds may also be available to cover books and supplies needed for program completion.

How to apply:

Complete the application and submit to OJTSSinfo@wsdot.wa.gov. Make sure you include a letter of acceptance or enrollment into the program of your choice.

Applications will be accepted until all funds are exhausted, so apply now for priority consideration!

For more information, contact Amy Palo (PaloA@wsdot.wa.gov) or 360-704-6314.

Applications are available at the WSDOT OJT Website

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Feb
26
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Job Posting - Metro Transit Sustainability Program Coordinator

Metro Transit Sustainability Program Coordinator

  • Lead King County Metro Transit's agency-wide Sustainability Program, including relevant report preparation, documentation, and information gathering.
  • Plan, coordinate, and direct implementation of the 2015 King County Strategic Climate Action Plan for Metro and represent Metro on the County's Climate Leadership Team.
  • Coordinate the effort to update and implement Metro's Sustainability Plan to ensure all three pillars of sustainability are addressed, including environmental, social equity and economic issues. Monitor the agency's adherence to the plan and report annually on the agency's efforts.
  • Support various programs developed, implemented, and/or managed by Transit sections such as those related to the King County Green Building Ordinance, renewable energy and energy conservation, green fleets, utility rebates, or other programs that support the agency's sustainability efforts. Such support will include activities such as developing work plans and policies, ensuring that relevant reporting and documentation requirements are met, participating on program or project teams as assigned, and assisting with grant application development.
  • Coordinate development of and reporting on equity and social justice commitments for all Transit sections in alignment with Metro's sustainability program and the King County Office of Equity and Social Justice.
  • Represent the Transit Division on King County and Department of Transportation committees relevant to sustainability as assigned.
  • Coordinate and facilitate Metro's Sustainability Program Steering Committee and Employee Green Team meetings.

http://www.kingcounty.gov/audience/employees/careers/jobs.aspx

Some additional information about Metro Transit’s sustainability efforts can be found in their sustainability program which also plays a huge role in meeting goals outlined in the King County Strategic Climate Action Plan

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