GWRCCC is recruiting for a the Clean Cities Coordinator position. Clean Cities coordinators provide the support and management skills necessary to accomplish the goals set by individual Clean Cities coalitions. A coordinator acts as the project manager for a given coalition’s efforts and coordinates various local events to best leverage resources, increase the number of alternative fuel vehicles on the road, increase alternative fuel use, and facilitate reducing petroleum use. A coalition coordinator develops and implements policies for achieving various long-range coalition goals. The coordinator builds consensus among coalition members to move forward on such things as grant proposals, legislative agendas, technology evaluation, business development, public education, and infrastructure development. Coordinators work with state, county, and federal regulatory agencies, interest groups (such as environmental groups), media, consultants, and other coalitions to help develop policies, coordinate work, exchange information, and represent members and the coalition in public and private forums.
The Clean Cities Coordinator position description can be accessed here.
Deadline to Apply: November 11, 2016