|Date:||Thu, 8 Jul 1999 14:03:36 -0700 (PDT)|
The International City/County Management Association (ICMA) is looking for a Project Manager to oversee several of its brownfields and superfund research projects. Other project areas may include land use planning, community development and transportation policy. Located in Washington, D.C., ICMA is the professional association of nearly 8,000 local government managers and their staffs. Working within the Research & Development Department, this position would manage multiple activities such as the research and writing of case studies, the coordination of peer exchanges, the development of work plans, and the coordination of large-scale conferences and workshops. These projects focus upon the role and relationship of local governments in the cleanup and reuse of superfund sites and brownfields, with a special emphasis on institutional controls, land use, and redevelopment. The ideal candidate would have 2+ years of experience working with or at the state and local government level and/or the U.S. EPA on brownfields and superfund issues. Seeking a collaborator, team player with very strong writing and editing skills along with an ability to comfortably speak before workshop and focus groups. Experience with newsletters and MS Publisher a plus. B.A. in planning, public administration, environmental studies or related field is important. A Master's Degree is a definite plus. Starting salary in the mid-30s. Deadline of July 26th, 1999. Please send letter, resume, recent writing sample, salary history and requirements to the Director of Economic Development, P.O. Box 2503, Washington, D.C. 20013 EOE/AA. No phone calls please.
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