|From:||Tony Chenhansa <firstname.lastname@example.org>|
|Date:||Mon, 26 Apr 1999 13:56:39 -0700 (PDT)|
|Subject:||Part-Time Environmental Partnership Coordinator Sought|
Forwarded from Amber Evans of the Bay Area Defense Conversion Action Team Environmental Technology Partnership. Amber Evans wrote: Part-Time Environmental Partnership Coordinator Sought Position: Bay Area Defense Conversion Action Team Environmental Technology Partnership (BADCAT ETP) Coordinator Employer: Bay Area Economic Forum, 200 Pine St., Suite 300, San Francisco, CA 94104 Project office: Cal/EPA's Permit Assistance Center, Frank Ogawa Plaza, Downtown, Oakland Hours: Flexible, averaging 20/week, one-year contract Compensation: DOE, $18,000 - $19,900/year The BADCAT Environmental Technology Partnership (ETP) was created for the purpose of expediting cleanup and reuse of properties at the 12 Bay Area closing military bases and stimulating the region's environmental technology industry as a means of mitigating the economic impacts of these closures. BADCAT ETP facilitates testing of emerging and innovative remediation and characterization technologies for use in expediting cleanup and conversion of local military bases slated for closure in a safe and cost-effective manner. Position Requirements: … Program Administration: Manage and administer Partnership's activities, and provide and maintain administrative and program support in the successful day-to-day operation of ETP. … Coordination between BADCAT ETP partners: Schedule, set agendas for, and convene bi-monthly Steering Committee and Program meetings as well as for other committees on a periodic basis. Facilitate consensus on priorities, objectives, and implementation actions among federal and state regulatory agencies, U.S. Navy, private firms, and regional environmental, technological, and economic development organizations. … Coordination with vendors:Draft all correspondence for Partners review to participating and prospective firms as well as maintain verbal contact with all parties to ensure the mutual satisfaction of Partners', participating firms', and community goals and concerns. Clarify roles of various players for vendors and generally serve as a navigator of the complex Base Realignment and Closure (BRAC) cleanup process. … Community outreach and communications support:Draft all correspondence to local facility representatives, partners, and others, as needed, and ensure timely presentations by the firm or facility representatives at Restoration Advisory Board (RAB) and BRAC Cleanup Team (BCT) meetings for each demonstration. Develop invitations and ensure broad distribution of announcements of demonstration tours and handle tour logistics. Secure publicity for Partnership's test program and any subsequent implementation including drafting of press releases, distribution, follow-up and interviews. … Assessment of technology needs:Ensure communication with affected BRAC facility representatives and stakeholders to ensure relevance of the demonstration program to regional needs. Update the contact and facility data in the Environmental Technology Needs Assessment (ETNA) annually as well as distribute the report to interested parties, particularly technology developers. … Promulgation of work plans and results:Maintain regular verbal and written contact with participating vendors and members of BADCAT ETP Cost and Performance Board to ensure the timely production and review of work plans, establishing the scope and delineating responsibilities for each BADCAT ETP demonstration. Work with Naval Facilities Engineering Service Center (NFESC) staff to ensure cooperation of all partners in the review of each technology provided in the BADCAT ETP Tech Data Sheets a four-page cost and performance review of demonstrated technologies and assist in the distribution of these sheets to stakeholders and decision-makers throughout the Bay Area. … Technology Solicitation: As directed by the Steering Committee, seek to identify appropriate technologies for demonstration under BADCAT ETP by directly contacting firms, disseminating announcements via various media including press releases and verbal pitches to newspapers, trade journals, related magazines, newsletters; announcement at regional and state trade associations; and online posting and linkages to related websites. Work with all partners to ensure broad, non-redundant announcements. Desired Qualifications: … Ability to effectively work with environmental cleanup decision makers and community stakeholders. _ Self-directed … Commitment to consensus and conflict resolution. … Excellent written skills, ability to draft correspondence to high level officials and firms, press releases, and reports. … Excellent verbal skills, ability to effectively speak before a large audience and communicate one-on-one and in small groups. … Interest in environmental restoration. … Required computer skills: Word 6.0, FilemakerPro, ability to mail merge and manage own database, email, web search (html a plus). … BA or equivalent professional experience preferred. Interested applicants should provide cover letter and resume by Noon May 10, 1999 to: BADCAT ETP Job Search BADCAT 2201 Broadway Suite 303 Oakland CA 94612 Fax 510-628-8338 No calls please. To be considered for first round of interviews, resume must be received by May 10, however position will be open until qualified applicant identified. Later submittals may be considered in the event that an appropriate candidate is not identified in the first round review.
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