|From:||CPEO Moderator <email@example.com>|
|Date:||22 Feb 2002 17:02:39 -0000|
|Subject:||[CPEO-BIF] Brownfield Project Manager Position|
[FOR MORE INFORMATION, PLEASE CONTACT CRYSTAL WELSH AT 219-294-5471 ext. 124 OR EMAIL AT firstname.lastname@example.org] CITY OF ELKHART , Elkhart Indiana POSITION: Brownfield Project Manager JOB SUMMARY: Working under the direction of the Assistant Director for Economic Development, incumbent facilitates and coordinates the planning and implementation of tasks relating to brownfield redevelopment in the City of Elkhart. The Brownfield issue must be addressed through a multi-disciplinary approach that will involve policy formulation with a variety of departments and organizations including- the Mayor's office, the Urban Enterprise Zone, IDEM, EPA, various interest groups and City Departments. PRINCIPAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES: 1. Serve as the brownfield redevelopment liaison with the Mayor's office, Planning, Public Works and all other necessary City departments. 2. Develop tools and mechanisms to facilitate public and private participation in brownfield redevelopment that are tailored to the resources and needs of the City of Elkhart. 3. Facilitate title acquisition and/or transfer, including but not limited to coordinating title searches, appraisals, fee purchases, and involuntary acquisition procedures. 4. Develop and implement a community outreach plan, including but not limited to participation in a variety of related meetings, drafting and sending informational materials, facilitating informational workshops and planning charettes. 5. Identify and maintain a database of brownfield sites in the City of Elkhart. 6. Manage contracts with consulting firms regarding Environmental Site Assessments and Corrective Action Planning for priority sites. 7. Maintain an informed status with respect to the Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation and Liability Act, and related national and state legislation. 8. Maintain an informed status with respect to programs sponsored by state or federal agencies designed to facilitate redevelopment of potentially contaminated property. 9. Present information to the Redevelopment Commission, Plan Commission, City Council, and other interested community and/or governmental groups. 10. Other duties as required by the department. KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES: 1. Four year college degree and any combination of work experience or academic pursuits equivalent to a Master's degree and two years experience in Urban Planning, Public Administration or a related field. 2. Broad knowledge of the principals and objectives of urban planning, economic development, and redevelopment, including and understanding of land use planning, tax increment financing, economic development incentives, and related topics. 3. Working knowledge and understanding of federal, state, and municipal laws/policies governing Hazardous Waste liability as it relates to real estate transactions.
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