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  • April 18, 2022 11:19 PM | Dina Storz (Administrator)

    The Toxics Cleanup Program (TCP) within the Department of Ecology is looking to fill a Public Outreach Specialist (Community Outreach & Environmental Education Specialist 3) position. This position will be located in our Central Regional Office (CRO) in Union Gap, WA.

    We are looking for a confident, energetic, passionate communications professional who will serve as lead coordinator for education and outreach efforts related to legacy pesticide pollution. This lead and arsenic contamination is widespread throughout Central Washington. You will get to work with educators and health professionals through the region to increase community engagement around this issue. 

    To apply: https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/washington/jobs/3511023/outreach-specialist-community-outreach-environmental-education-specialist-3


  • April 14, 2022 10:47 AM | Dina Storz (Administrator)

    City of Ann Arbor, Michigan

    Job Summary: Performs community/civic engagement responsibilities for city projects, policies, and programs, which includes assisting with development and implementation of engagement plans and strategies. Implementation efforts includes development and distribution of public notices, staffing engagement activities, collecting, organizing, and analyzing input, creating reports, and helping with staff education and training. Assists with coordination and implementation of physical and natural infrastructure planning projects. This position includes administrative and professional work.

    Closing date: Open until filled.

    Salary: $65,000 to $76,000/year

    Link: https://recruiting.ultipro.com/CIT1009CA2/JobBoard/f90d5294-f62d-4de2-9878-31193309121c/OpportunityDetail?opportunityId=dc0c595a-d05c-45aa-9439-20e73c5fb33b


  • March 28, 2022 10:39 PM | Dina Storz (Administrator)

    Salary $44,412.00 - $58,260.00 Annually
    Location Thurston County – Lacey, WA
    Job Type Full Time - Permanent
    Remote Employment Flexible/Hybrid
    Department Dept. of Ecology
    Job Number 2022-SWM2205-03962
    Closing Continuous

    https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/washington/jobs/3475757/publications-and-hotline-database-coordinator-communications-consultant-2

    The Solid Waste Management (SWM) program within the Department of Ecology is looking to fill a Publications and Hotline Database Coordinator (Communications Consultant 2) position. This position is located in our Headquarters Office in Lacey, WA.

    In this role, you will manage our 1-800-Recycle Hotline, database, and related outreach. As the primary Publications Coordinator for the Solid Waste Management Program, you will have a role in keeping our webpages up to date. If you enjoy a variety of tasks then this is the job for you!

    During Healthy Washington Roadmap to Recovery, employees are working a combination of in-office and/or telework based on position and business need. At the present time, this position is working remotely, however it is anticipated that employees will work a combination of in-office and/or telework based on the business needs of the position. Ecology is following current state guidance regarding mask requirements, health screening questions before entry, and social distancing. Looking ahead, Ecology has recently updated the agency policies on telework and flexible and compressed work schedules. Applicants with questions about position location options, telework, and flexible or compressed schedules are encouraged to reach out to the contact person listed below in “other information.”

    Protecting Washington State's environment for current and future generations is what we do every day at Ecology. We are a culture that is invested in making a difference. Join a team that is highly effective and collaborative, with leadership that embraces the value of people.

    Ecology cares deeply about employee wellness; we go beyond traditional benefits, proudly offering:

    • A healthy life/work balance by offering flexible schedules and telework options for most positions.
    • An Infants at Work Program that is based on the long-term health values of infant-parent bonding and breastfeeding newborns.
    • Continuous growth and development opportunities. 
    • A wellness program that offers education, fitness classes, and an agency-wide fondness for outdoor meetings.
    • Opportunities to serve your community and make an impact through meaningful work.

    Diversity, equity, inclusion, and respect (DEIR) are core values central to Ecology’s work. We strive to be a workplace where we are esteemed for sharing our authentic identities, while advancing our individual professional goals and collaborating to protect, preserve, and enhance the environment for current and future generations.
     

    Diversity: We celebrate and appreciate diversity; our unique perspectives and abilities enrich us all and lead to innovative approaches and solutions.

    Equity: We champion equity, recognizing that each of us need different things to thrive.

    Inclusion: We intentionally create and hold space so that we all have meaningful opportunities to participate and contribute to Ecology’s work.

    Respect: We treat each other with respect and dignity, acknowledging the inherent worth of our diverse perspectives and lived experiences, even in times of uncertainty and disagreement.

    We believe that DEIR is both a goal and an action. We are on a journey, honoring our shared humanity and taking steps to demonstrate our commitment to a vision where each of us is heard, seen, and valued. 

    Application Timeline: This position will remain open until filled, with an initial screening date of April 6, 2022. In order to be considered for initial screening, please submit an application on or before April 5, 2022. The agency reserves the right to make an appointment any time after the initial screening date.



  • March 23, 2022 11:43 PM | Dina Storz (Administrator)

    Puget Sound Regional Council; Downtown Seattle, Washington; The position may be eligible for hybrid or remote work (within Washington state).

    The position is open until filled with applications reviewed beginning April 5, 2022.

    Regular Full-time, 40 hours per week; Exempt FLSA status.

    The starting salary and decision to offer the position at an Assistant or Associate level will be made at the end of the recruitment process, based on the experience of the selected candidate. The starting salary range is $72,000- $75,000 annually, DOE, with full benefits.

    ABOUT PSRC: 

    The Puget Sound Regional Council is the regional transportation, growth management and economic development planning agency serving Seattle and the central Puget Sound. The thriving region is home to over 4 million people and is one of the nation’s fastest growing metropolitan areas. PSRC brings together the region’s counties, cities and towns, native tribes, ports, the state of Washington and civic interests to understand the challenges facing our region’s future and make plans for the region to continue to succeed. The agency serves as the region’s Metropolitan Planning Organization and also plays the leading regional role in growth management and economic development under state and federal laws. PSRC seeks to support an inclusive region and build a work culture which embraces diversity and promotes equity. Visit www.psrc.org to find out more. 

    THE POSITION: 

    PSRC is seeking an Assistant or Associate Data Programmer and Analyst to join its Data Department and perform a variety of data analytics and data engineering tasks under supervision. A qualified applicant for this position will have exceptional technical and communication skills, keen interests in scripting and data analytics to support complex planning and policy questions, and enthusiasm for learning new techniques and tools to tackle dynamic problems with data. 

    The position will conduct statistics, scripting, data analyses, visualization, and other data-related tasks using demographic, economic, land use, and transportation datasets and tools. It will also involve written and oral communication of analytic needs, processes, and findings, and provide general assistance for data engineering work in support of modernizing the agency’s technical capabilities. Additional responsibilities include conducting database development and maintenance tasks, performing quantitative and qualitative research, and responding to information requests from external member jurisdictions and organizations. The position will conduct the following tasks:

    • Use statistical, spatial, and other diagnostic techniques for data analysis.

    • Develop computer programs to help process and clean data, manage databases, and perform statistical analyses.

    • Collect, process, organize, and manage a wide variety of planning-related data.

    • Visualize data through maps, charts, and other graphical displays to help examine and transform data into easily digestible forms.

    • Perform research, synthesize, and summarize analytic processes and findings, and make recommendations to improve planning data analysis and processing.

    • Ensure high quality and maintain proper documentation for data products.

    THE CANDIDATE:

    The ideal candidate will have:

    • Demonstrated experience in statistics and data analytics. Ability to apply statistical, spatial, and/or other technical skills to analyze data to answer planning and policy questions.

    • Knowledge of transportation modeling research methods and techniques

    • Familiarity with Python, R, SQL, or other scripting languages is highly desirable. 

    • Ability to adapt to the changing data science landscape, learning new techniques, software and scripting languages 

    as the needs arise.

    • Ability to communicate effectively both orally and in writing.

    • Excellent attention to detail, organization, and problem-solving skills. Able to coordinate between multiple and diverse work tasks with limited supervision.

    • Ability to work independently and as part of a team, and with the general public and planning professionals.

    EXPERIENCE AND EDUCATION:

    Typical ways in which incumbents acquire the necessary knowledge, skills, and abilities include:

    • Bachelor’s degree in engineering, mathematics, computer science, economics, geography, statistics, planning, or related field.

    • Minimum of one year (Assistant) or two years (Associate) increasingly responsible experience in engineering, planning, data science or related field.

    • Or, any combination of lived experience or education experience in a related field that would provide the applicant with the desired skills, knowledge, and ability required to perform the job.

    Experience refers to paid and unpaid experience, including volunteer work done through National Service

    programs (e.g., Peace Corps, AmeriCorps) and other organizations (e.g., professional, philanthropic,

    religious, spiritual, community, student, social). Volunteer work helps build critical competencies, knowledge,

    and skills and can provide valuable training and experience that translates directly to paid employment. You

    will receive credit for all qualifying experience, including volunteer experience.

    TO APPLY:

    For full job announcement, visit https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/psrc

    OTHER INFORMATION RELATED TO POSITION:

    • PSRC is an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration without regard to race, color, religion, creed, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability, veteran, or protected veteran status, genetic information and other legally protected characteristics. We also consider qualified applicants regardless of criminal histories, consistent with legal requirements. If you need assistance and/or a reasonable accommodation due to a disability during the application or the recruiting process, please contact Human Resources at hrdept@psrc.org.

    • This recruitment is being used to fill an existing vacancy and may be used to fill future openings for up to six (6) months.

    • Individuals hired at the Assistant level may be eligible to advance to the next level without competition, once the competencies of the higher level have been met and upon recommendation of their supervisor.  

    • PSRC office hours are Monday – Friday from 8:00am – 5:00pm with work hours determined upon hired.

     


  • March 23, 2022 11:40 PM | Dina Storz (Administrator)

    Puget Sound Regional Council, Downtown Seattle, Washington; The position may be eligible for hybrid or remote work (within Washington state).            

    All application materials must be received by 8:00am April 4, 2022. 

    Temporary part-time position up to 32 hours per week and up to 3 months with flexibility to adjust hours and duration; nonexempt FLSA status.

    $21 per hour with limited benefits.

    Position to begin June 2022.

    ABOUT PSRC:

    The Puget Sound Regional Council is the regional transportation, growth management, and economic development planning agency serving Seattle and the central Puget Sound. The thriving region is home to over 4 million people and is one of the nation’s fastest growing metropolitan areas. PSRC brings together the region’s diverse counties, cities and towns, native tribes, ports, the state of Washington and civic interests to understand the challenges facing our region’s future and make plans for the region to continue to succeed. The agency serves as the region’s Metropolitan Planning Organization and is the regional leader for growth management, transportation, and economic development under state and federal laws. PSRC seeks to support an inclusive region and build a work culture which embraces diversity and promotes equity. Visit www.psrc.org to find out more. PSRC is an equal opportunity employer.

    THE INTERNSHIP:

    Providing adequate housing for all is a critical issue for the central Puget Sound region. The Puget Sound Regional Council is working to identify and implement coordinated strategies, policies, and actions to ensure that the region’s housing needs are met. VISION 2050, the region’s long-range plan for growth, presents an opportunity for the region to better assess and address housing needs and to develop a coordinated regional housing strategy.

    PSRC is seeking a Housing Intern to join the Planning Department this summer to support the 2022 Housing Incentives and Tools Survey and implementation of the Regional Housing Strategy. The intern will have an opportunity to gain experience working in a dynamic, multidisciplinary and collaborative department. Work will include outreach to cities and counties; collecting, processing and cleaning survey data; and analyzing and reporting survey results. The internship will provide opportunities for collaboration with public sector partners and other stakeholders, application of housing technical expertise and research, and exposure to a diversity of municipalities and partners who are working to address housing need in the region. This is a unique opportunity to get hands-on experience research and processing housing data.

    The intern will work with Planning staff to conduct and synthesize research and data analysis and support evaluation of regional housing policies and practices. The intern will also support efforts to convene partners and facilitate conversation, exchange, and collaboration to increase consistency and coordination across regional housing efforts.

    THE CANDIDATE:

    The ideal candidate has a demonstrated an interest in housing policy through lived experience, coursework, or past professional experience. This is an opportunity to grow and learn as an emerging housing professional. The ideal candidate will have the ability to:

    • Collect, process, and analyze quantitative and qualitative housing data.
    • Use common software packages to analyze and present data (e.g., Excel, Word, and PowerPoint). Familiarity with ArcGIS, databases tools, Tableau, web mapping, ArcGIS Online, OpenStreetMap, and web-based visualization packages is a plus but not required.
    • Assess housing and land use policies, strategies, and implementation actions developed under state planning legislation and federal requirements.
    • Assist with research related to housing best practices in the central Puget Sound region and peer regions.
    • Collect, analyze, and perform quality control measures on large datasets. Familiarity with commonly used demographic, land use, and other planning datasets is a plus.
    • Provide support for events, committee, and board meetings by organizing logistics, preparing materials and assisting in registration and conduct of meetings.

    Successful candidates should also possess:

    • Excellent attention to detail and problem-solving skills.
    • Effective oral and written communication abilities to work with the general public, professionals, and agency staff.
    • Interest in the local and regional planning context in the central Puget Sound region.

    EXPERIENCE AND EDUCATION:

    Typical ways in which incumbents acquire the necessary knowledge, skills, and abilities include:

    • Be a current student in a relevant field such as urban planning, community development, data science, sociology, geography, public administration, engineering, or related field.
    • Or, at least one-year experience in urban planning, community development, and/or related field.
    • Or, any combination of lived experience or education experience in a related field that would provide the applicant with the desired skills, knowledge, and ability required to perform the job.

    Experience refers to paid and unpaid experience, including volunteer work done through National Service programs (e.g., Peace Corps, AmeriCorps) and other organizations (e.g., professional, philanthropic, religious,

    spiritual, community, student, social). Volunteer work helps build critical competencies, knowledge, and skills and can provide valuable training and experience that translates directly to paid employment. You will receive credit for all qualifying experience, including volunteer experience.

    TO APPLY:

    For full job announcement, visit https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/psrc.


  • March 23, 2022 11:37 PM | Dina Storz (Administrator)

    Puget Sound Regional Council, Downtown Seattle, Washington; The position may be eligible for hybrid or remote work (within Washington state).

    All application materials must be received by 8:00am April 4, 2022. 

    Temporary part-time position up to 32 hours per week and up to 3 months with flexibility to adjust hours and duration; nonexempt FLSA status.

    $21 per hour with limited benefits.

    Position to begin June 2022.

    ABOUT PSRC:

    The Puget Sound Regional Council is the regional transportation, growth management and economic development planning agency serving Seattle and the central Puget Sound. The thriving region is home to over 4 million people and is one of the nation’s fastest growing metropolitan areas. PSRC brings together the region’s diverse counties, cities and towns, native tribes, ports, the state of Washington and civic interests to understand the challenges facing our region’s future and make plans for the region to continue to succeed. The agency serves as the region’s Metropolitan Planning Organization and is the regional leader for growth management, transportation, and economic development under state and federal laws. PSRC seeks to support an inclusive region and build a work culture which embraces diversity and promotes equity. Visit www.psrc.orgto find out more. PSRC is an equal opportunity employer.

    THE INTERNSHIP: 

    The Puget Sound Regional Council is working to implement the coordinated strategies, policies, and actions of VISION 2050 to address the region’s long-term needs. Data helps planners and policy makers better understand who lives in our region, what activities they do and challenges they face. The Data Intern will work in a dynamic, multidisciplinary and collaborative department. Work tasks may include data analysis of Census data, regional housing data, and surveys, such as the 2019 and 2021 HTS Household Travel Survey (https://www.psrc.org/household-travel-survey-program. The Intern will work with Data and Planning staff to conduct and synthesize research and data analysis and support evaluation of regional policies and practices. This is a unique opportunity for a data savvy mind to get hands-on experience processing and mining complex datasets. 

    THE CANDIDATE: 

    The ideal candidate will have the ability to:

    • Apply common statistical concepts and data analysis techniques.
    • Use common software packages to analyze and transform data, such as Excel and relational database packages (e.g., Access, SQL Server, MySQL), ArcGIS, and Tableau. Familiarity with SQL, R Python, Git, or JavaScript programming languages and web mapping, ArcGIS Online, OpenStreet Map, and web-based visualization packages would be a plus.

    • Collect, analyze, and perform quality control measures on large datasets.

    • Familiarity with commonly used demographic, land use, and other planning datasets is a plus.

    • Assist with research projects for regional planning studies related to growth management and transportation planning topics, including land use, housing, transportation services and infrastructure, and economic development.

    Successful candidates should also possess:

    • Excellent attention to detail and problem-solving skills.

    • Effective oral and written communication abilities to work with professionals, and agency staff.

    • Interest in the local and regional planning context in the central Puget Sound region.

    EXPERIENCE AND EDUCATION:

    Typical ways in which incumbents acquire the necessary knowledge, skills, and abilities include:

    • Be a current student in a relevant field such as urban planning, geography, data science, public administration, transportation engineering, or relate field.

    • Or, at least one-year experience in urban planning, urban data analytics, and/or related field.

    • Or, any combination of lived experience or education experience in a related field that would provide the applicant with the desired skills, knowledge, and ability required to perform the job.

    Experience refers to paid and unpaid experience, including volunteer work done through National Service programs (e.g., Peace Corps, AmeriCorps) and other organizations (e.g., professional, philanthropic, religious, 

    spiritual, community, student, social). Volunteer work helps build critical competencies, knowledge, and skills and can provide valuable training and experience that translates directly to paid employment. You will receive credit for all qualifying experience, including volunteer experience.

    TO APPLY:

    For full job announcement, visit https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/psrc.


  • March 23, 2022 11:32 PM | Dina Storz (Administrator)

    The Air Quality Program (AQP) within the Department of Ecology is looking to fill two Climate Change: Air Quality Planner (Environmental Planner 2)(In-Training) positions in Lacey, WA.

    As an Air Quality Planner in the Climate Rule Unit, you’ll be part of the crucial work that turns legislation into actionable policy – driving our state forward toward our shared low-carbon future. In this role, you’ll work collaboratively with a broad team of enthusiastic, mission-driven planners, analysts, and engineers to make sure that Ecology’s rulemaking process meets the highest possible standards. You’ll also work with Air Quality’s outreach and communications specialists to increase government transparency and public participation in the rulemaking process, so that the rules we adopt are the result of robust engagement with communities across Washington. You’ll work with multiple teams to provide Tribes, stakeholders, environmental justice groups, and the general public with real, meaningful opportunities to weigh in and give feedback on the policies that impact their lives.

    During Healthy Washington Roadmap to Recovery, employees are working a combination of in-office and/or telework based on position and business need. This position is not currently required to work in the office on a regular basis. 

    To apply visit https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/washington/jobs/3472676-0/climate-change-air-quality-planner-environmental-planner-2in-training


  • March 21, 2022 7:26 PM | Dina Storz (Administrator)

    Department of Ecology
    Lacey, WA

    Washington has adopted ground-breaking legislation to address climate change by sharply reducing Greenhouse Gas (GHG) emissions and achieve carbon neutrality.  Do you care passionately about climate change?  Are you seeking a challenging and rewarding job in which you will be directly addressing the climate crisis?  Then join us as we implement this historic legislation.
     
    The Air Quality Program (AQP) is looking to fill the Climate Change: Climate Commitment Act Communications Consultant (Communications Consultant 3) position. This position will be located at our Headquarters Building in Lacey, WA.

    As the Climate Commitment Act (CCA) Communications Consultant 3, you’ll ensure that the meaningful work being done on the CCA is communicated to stakeholders, Tribes, environmental justice groups, and the general public in a clear and engaging way. In this role, you will work collaboratively with a broad team of enthusiastic, mission-driven planners, engineers, outreach specialists, and other communications professionals to make sure that Ecology is providing educational resources, transparency, and public engagement opportunities to Washington residents.

    As the Climate Commitment Act Communications Consultant, you will:

    • Write, edit and produce strategic web content.
    • Design and create visual and written content explaining key concepts to audiences of varying levels of expertise. This may include infographics, videos (live or animated), social media images, posters, bulletins, conference displays, brochures, or other digital or physical publications. 
    • Develop presentations related to the implementation of the CCA using Canva and PowerPoint.
    • Prepare testimony, focus sheets, presentations, and other materials in collaboration with communications, outreach, and senior staff. 
    • Work with web, communications, and other staff to publish materials explaining complex issues in plain talk. 
    • Schedule or assist in scheduling, setting up, and running public meetings.        
    • Prepare content for Twitter, Instagram, Facebook, and LinkedIn, for public education and engagement related to the implementation of the CCA.
    • Work collaboratively to develop and implement a long-term social media strategy to bring the CCA to broader public awareness, while remaining in-line with Ecology’s brand, visual, and social media best practices.

    For more information and to apply, follow this link: Climate Change: Climate Commitment Act Communications Consultant (Communications Consultant 3)

    If you are interested, please apply at your earliest convenience.



  • March 21, 2022 7:24 PM | Dina Storz (Administrator)

    PUGET SOUND ENERGY
    Closing Date: 4/30/2022

    PSE's VP Clean Energy Strategy team is looking for qualified candidates to fill an open Communications Initiative Consultant position!

    The Communications Initiative Consultant is responsible for the effective management of the communications and/or outreach components of clean energy strategy, strategic initiatives and issues. Provides input to strategic planning process and leads message development for energy planning processes. Identifies cross-initiative opportunities for improvement and potential risk areas, and utilizes mitigation techniques. Through cross-functional collaboration and excellent team building and management, this position will be a key initiative team member and pro-actively clarify and challenge expectations and assumptions about each initiative and issue reflecting the customer and/or employee perspective.

    https://jobs.pse.com/job/Bellevue-Communications-Initiative-Consultant-WA-98004/860317600/


  • March 21, 2022 7:05 PM | Dina Storz (Administrator)

    The position is open until filled and the review of applications has been extended until March 28, 2022.

    Regular Full-time, 40 hours per week; Exempt FLSA status.

    The starting salary will generally range from $85,000 - $92,000 annually, DOE, with full benefits. 

    Puget Sound Regional Council; Downtown Seattle, Washington; The position may be eligible for hybrid or remote work (within Washington state).

    The Puget Sound Regional Council is the regional transportation, growth management and economic development planning agency serving Seattle and the central Puget Sound. The thriving region is home to over 4 million people and is one of the nation’s fastest growing metropolitan areas. PSRC brings together the region’s counties, cities and towns, native tribes, ports, the state of Washington and civic interests to understand the challenges facing our region’s future and make plans for the region to continue to succeed. The agency serves as the region’s Metropolitan Planning Organization and plays the leading regional role in growth management and economic development under state and federal laws. PSRC seeks to support an inclusive region and build a work culture which embraces diversity and promotes equity. Visit www.psrc.org to find out more.

    PSRC is seeking an experienced candidate to work collaboratively with staff across the agency on a wide range of outreach and engagement activities. Reporting to the Program Manager for Equity Policy and Initiatives, this position will provide daily oversight for PSRC’s community engagement. The Senior Public Engagement Specialist will lead the development of engagement strategies for the region’s long-range plans – VISION 2050 and the Regional Transportation Plan – for the Regional Economic Strategy, and for PSRC’s funding programs. The position will also provide staff support on agency-wide initiatives or events that involve the public, local, state, and regional stakeholders and community groups. Additionally, this position will periodically update PSRC’s Limited English Proficiency (LEP) Plan and Title VI Plan in accordance with federal requirements, and work as part of a team on the development and implementation PSRC’s Regional Equity Strategy, which includes support of the agency’s Equity Advisory Committee.

    The ideal candidate will have:

    • A passion for communicating with the public.
    • A deep commitment to effectively engage people who are historically marginalized, underserved, disproportionately impacted, and seldom heard. This includes people affected by racism, bias, poverty, limited-English proficiency, disability, and immigration.
    • Extensive knowledge of communication and engagement principles, methods, practices, and techniques.
    • The ability to develop and nurture productive relationships with PSRC’s member jurisdictions and community-based organizations, especially those who serve harder-to-reach and historically underserved people.
    • Comfort and experience in facilitating group discussions and conversations.
    • An interest in developing innovative ways to engage the public with digital and transitional methods.
    • Experience advising management and staff on emerging community engagement concerns.
    • Familiarity with urban planning and transportation issues and/or public policy.

    Necessary knowledge, skills, and abilities include:

    • Strong oral and written communications skills.
    • Ability to use communication to advance programs and policy objectives.
    • Strong organizational skills.
    • Familiarity with state and federal laws, regulations, policy, and guidance for public involvement, including evolving practices relating to environmental justice.
    • Demonstrated ability to turn technical documents into readable, user-friendly materials for non-technical audiences.
    • Ability to work independently, handle multiple tasks, and meet deadlines.
    • Ability to work effectively with agency staff, other agencies, and the public.
    • A Bachelor’s degree in Planning, Public Policy, Marketing, Communications, Journalism, Public Relations, Human Services, or a related field.
    • Four years increasingly responsible experience working in planning, government relations, community relations, or public involvement that includes leading outreach projects within a diverse community.
    • Or, any combination of lived experience or education experience in a related field that would provide the applicant with the desired skills, knowledge, and ability required to perform the job.

    Experience refers to paid and unpaid experience, including volunteer work done through National Service programs (e.g., Peace Corps, AmeriCorps) and other organizations (e.g., professional, philanthropic, religious, spiritual, community, student, social). Volunteer work helps build critical competencies, knowledge, and skills and can provide valuable training and experience that translates directly to paid employment. You will receive credit for all qualifying experience, including volunteer experience.

    Additional desired qualifications:

    • Fluency in a language other than English widely spoken in the central Puget Sound region, preferably Spanish.

    To be considered, applicants must submit a cover letter and resume as part of the application process and apply at https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/psrc.




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