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Program Manager (Assistant Operations Manager), King County, WA Department of Natural Resources & Parks - Water and Land Resources Division - Application Deadline 8/31 2015
King County is seeking an experienced and collaborative Program Manager for the Local Hazardous Waste Management Program in King County. This position will oversee business and organizational developmental activities for the Program, a multi-government program serving all communities within King County. The Program Manager is responsible for key Program-wide business functions and processes, supporting collaboration across agencies, and managing organizational development and strategic planning in a complex organizational environment. This position reports to the Program Director, and is a member of the Director’s Office management team.
For the full job posting and application instructions and deadlines, please visit http://agency.governmentjobs.com/kingcounty/
Project Program Manager III - Policy Liaison, King County, WA Local Hazardous Waste Management Program - Application Deadline, 9/10
The Local Hazardous Waste Management Program (LHWMP) in King County is searching for a dynamic leader to provide a wide range of policy-related support for our multi-jurisdictional program. To learn more about LHWMP visit www.hazwastehelp.org. This policy liaison role calls for experience and skill working to enact new laws, ordinances, and policies to achieve LHWMP’s goals of reducing toxics use and managing hazardous materials. We are looking for someone who cares passionately that all people living in King County should have the chance to reach their full potential in a healthy environment. We want someone who can build coalitions and partnerships with agencies and jurisdictions and work directly with elected officials to make that happen.
This high-level professional position will work closely with one other LHWMP policy staff and the Program Director. The role involves in-depth analysis of policies, research, planning and policy development, the ability to present and recommend policy initiatives, and follow through with action. The role will require the incumbent to be flexible in communication, and skilled in networking and building and maintaining relationships.
For the full job posting and application instructions and deadlines, please visit http://agency.governmentjobs.com/kingcounty/default.cfm
Director of Sustainability, Swarthmore College
Swarthmore College invites nominations and applications for the position of Director of Sustainability. Reporting directly to the President of the College, the Director will lead the College’s sustainability efforts, developing and implementing policies and programs to mitigate the College’s environmental impact and to build awareness of the connection between issues of sustainability and social justice. This includes helping to establish Swarthmore as a recognized leader in integrating sustainability into all aspects of the educational mission, operations, and institutional and community life/culture. The Director of Sustainability provides leadership to the many distinct sustainability efforts on campus and fosters a culture of sustainability among students, faculty, staff, alumni, community members, and the Board of Managers.
For additional details, please visit: http://www.brillneumann.com/5483/swarthmore-college-director-of-sustainability/
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