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Careers in Urban Affairs Archive

Please note that this is an archive of job postings. Most of the jobs listed below are no longer active. For more job current listings please see the Careers in Urban Affairs page.

This web page provides students with additional access to the information that comes into School of Urban Affairs' Office of Student and Enrollment Services. Current CSU students are encouraged to utilize Handshake, through the University’s Office of Career Services (https://www.csuohio.edu/career-services).

The School of Urban Affairs Office of Student and Enrollment Services (LCOSES) occasionally receives job announcements which may be of interest to Urban Affairs students and graduates. As announcements are received, they will be posted below. For more information about a particular position, please contact the associated organization directly.

All jobs are posted for informational purposes only and at the discretion of LCOSES. Postings may be denied or removed without notice. LCOSES makes no guarantee as to the completeness / correctness of the information listed below.


 
Posting Date: 9/6/22
Position: Surveying Customers
Organization: West Side Market
 
West Side Market is offering a position as surveying customers in-person at west side market.
 
 

 

Posting Date: 9/8/22
Position: GIS Analyst/Engineering Technician I
Organization: City of Canton Jobs
 
Employees in this classification perform all aspects of water related engineering work for the department. This person will play an active role in various Water Department projects including but not limited to: Assists with the development, implementation, and maintenance of the G.I.S system; cross connection and backflow prevention program; computerized water quantity and quality modeling; water main installation or replacement; leak detection studies; valve maintenance programs; asset management; computer aided drafting and design; cost estimation. This classification is responsible for preparing various relevant reports and correspondences. Other related duties similar in nature may also apply.
 
Application Deadline: 9/9/2022
 
 

Posting Date: 9/6/22
Position: GIS Supervisor
Organization: R2O

 
R2O is seeking qualified applicants for a mid to senior level GIS Supervisor to join our growing team. The successful candidate will help manage and support projects for various municipal and utility clients, with a primary focus on water infrastructure. Current projects include work related to collection systems, pump stations, and pipelines, as well as utility identification, asset management and field work at airport facilities.
 
Application Deadline: N/A
 
Website link: R20
 
 

Posting Date: 8/18/22
Position: Multiple Positions with America Reads and Viking Corps programs, and as Democracy Fellows
Organization: Office of Civic Engagement
Pay Rate: $12-15/hour

 
The Office of Civic Engagement will be hiring several CSU students to work in Community Service Learning jobs through America Reads, Viking Corps,  (Federal Work Study)  and as Democracy Fellows.
 
To apply do one of the following:

-Email Anita Ruf-Young at a.rufyoung@csuohio.edu
-Fill out this Google form at https://bit.ly/3SH1KO9
-Find OCE staff at our recruitment tables:
Tuesday, 8/30 from 11 a.m. - 1 p.m. 2nd floor Student Center Innerlink
Wednesday, 8/31 from 1 p.m. - 3 p.m. 1st floor Student Center Atrium
Tuesday, 9/6 from 11 a.m. - 1:30 p.m. Michael Schwartz Library
Wednesday, 9/7 from 10 a.m. - 12:30 p.m. 1st floor of Berkman Hall
Thursday, 9/8 from 11:30 a.m. - 1:30 p.m. 2nd floor Student Center Innerlink
Monday, 9/12 from 10 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. 1st floor Student Center Atrium
Thursday, 9/15 from 1 p.m. - 3:00 p.m. Michael Schwartz Library
 

 
Posting Date: 8/18/22
Position: City Council Executive Assistant
Company: City Council
 
Works under the supervision of the City Council member. Work is performed under minimal direction with initiative, discretion, and independent judgment. Manages the Council members calendar and provides support in the development of communications from the Office of the Council member. Performs specialized office procedures such as transcribing meeting minutes/notes, creating forms and tables, or typing documents, correspondence, technical and statistical reports, and data for publication. Interacts with other departments and the public by telephone, email or in person; provides information, directs individuals to appropriate personnel, takes and relays messages, or receives, logs, and processes complaints. Compiles data for special and periodic reports; assists with presentation of data as directed, and assists in completion of technical assistance projects. Sets up and maintains departmental files. Develops and maintains access databases for Council-appointed bodies; provides assistance with computer software. May supervise an assigned staff. Must also have an understanding of policies and politics in order to assist the council when needed.
 
Application Deadline:  N/A
 
 
Posting Date: 8/4/22
Postion: Compliance Manager
Company/Organization: Greater Cleveland Food Bank
 
At the Greater Cleveland Food Bank diversity and equal employment opportunities are an important element of our culture and our organizational success. It is a core value and an integral part of how we operate. It is the policy of the Food Bank to provide equal opportunity in employment for all qualified individuals; to prohibit unlawful discrimination in employment and to promote realization of equal employment opportunities through a positive continuing practice of equal opportunity within the organization. 
 
 

 
Posting Date: 8/1/22
Position: Project Manager, Non-Profit Programs (Northeast Ohio)
Company/Organization: The Center for Health Affairs|CHAMPS Healthcare

The Project Manager responsibilities relate to supporting activities within the member programming department. The scope of work involves managing a set of defined program activities and initiatives based on objectives and goals identified within each program strategic plan by the program director and in accordance with grant deliverables and priorities of the hospital members and The Center.

Application Deadline: N/A
 
 

 
Posting Date: 8/1/22
Position: City Planner
Company/Organization: City of Cincinnati

Performs a wide range of high-level professional tasks involving planning and organizing, managing programs, reporting and researching, and representing the City Planning Department.

Application Deadline: N/A
 
 

 
Posting Date: 8/1/22
Position: Administrative Specialist (Unclassified) Community Engagement Specialist
Company/Organization: City of Cincinnati

The duties of this unclassified employee are to provide clerical, technical, and administrative assistance in the daily operations of an assigned service area or department; provides administrative/clerical support to an assigned director/agency head; and has input on decisions and problem solving related to assigned area of responsibility.  Performs related duties as required. Unclassified employees serve at the pleasure of the appointing authority and report to the director/appointing authority.

Application Deadline: N/A
 
 

 
Posting Date: 8/9/22
Position: Principal Planner
Company: The City of Chattanooga Department of City Planning

The Principal Planner plays a key role in implementing the City of Chattanooga’s sustainability goals. Working closely with planners across the department and staff across the city, the Principal Planner will lead the creation of implementation plans for each sustainability goal, identify highest priority plans to implement, and guide implementation. They will also lead the creation and ongoing management of internal and external sustainability task forces. Experience with sustainability and/or climate mitigation or adaptation is preferred.

This position works with the Director of Sustainability to focus attention and efforts towards greenhouse-gas emissions reduction, transportation planning, green building principles, procurement, waste management, energy and water conservation, and other cross-disciplinary initiatives from an intra- and inter-government perspective and advises on citywide policy conception and implementation.

Application Deadline:  08/15/2022
 
 

 
Posting Date: 8/9/22
Position: Strategic Capital Planning Manager
Company: The City of Chattanooga Department of City Planning

The Strategic Capital Planning Manager leads the Capital Planning team as they plan, coordinate, finance and execute a strategic capital plan for the City of Chattanooga. Working across City departments and partner organizations, they will create a capital plan that serves short and long term interests of the City, emphasizing the importance of addressing infrastructure needs while building a more equitable City and investing in economic development projects and improvements that will provide a positive return on investment to the City.

The City of Chattanooga Department of City Planning is the leading edge of planning for and addressing the overlapping challenges facing Chattanooga - caring for our aging infrastructure, building a resilient, sustainable city, identifying how to use our existing resources creatively and responsibly, and modeling innovative governance into the 21st century. City Planning staff integrate and collaborate with Regional Planning Agency staff and work with staff across the City in plan implementation.

Application Deadline:  08/25/2022
 
 

 
Posting Date: 8/9/22
Position: Municipal Planner - Transportation (Planning & Development)
Company: Shelby County Government

Works under general supervision of the Memphis Metropolitan Planning Organization (MPO) Coordinator to assist in the development and implementation of transportation planning programs in the Memphis region. Works closely with public transportation providers, local governments, social service agencies, advocacy groups, and local communities to implement public transportation projects funded through federal programs for the general public.

Application Deadline: 8/19/22
 
 

 
Posting Date: 7/26/22
Position: Volunteer Program Manager VISTA - Famicos Foundation 
Company: AmeriCorps
 
As an AmeriCorps VISTA with Famicos Foundation, you will be a part of an agency wide initiative to connect our residents with digital resources. This includes basic computer training, devices, and internet. Famicos Foundation has 900+ residents living in affordable housing. The volunteer program will serve to build capacity, through volunteers, which will assist residents with gaining skills and resources so that they may participate in our digital society.
 
Application deadline: 8/12/2022 
 
 

 
Posting Date: 7/29/22
Position: Municipal Planner - LAND USE CONTROLS (Planning & Development)
Company: Shelby County Government
 
Works under general supervision of the Manager of the Land Use Controls Section of the Office of Planning and Development to act as project manager for individual land use requests presented to the Memphis and Shelby County Land Use Control Board and Board of Adjustment.
Application Deadline: August 10, 2022 at 11:59 PM CST
 
 

 
Posting Date: 7/29/22
Position: Permit Technician - LAND USE CONTROL (Planning & Development)
Company: Shelby County Government
 
Works under general supervision of the Manager of Land Use Control Section of Office of Planning and Development to perform clerical work involved in application, review, payment, and issuance of building, electrical, mechanical, and/or plumbing permits and new and renewal of trade licenses.
 
Application Deadline: August 10, 2022 at 11:59 PM CST
 
 

 
Posting Date: 7/29/22
Position: Municipal Planner - SUSTAINABILITY (Planning & Development)
Company: Shelby County Government
 
Under general supervision of the Manager of the Office of Sustainability and Resilience, assist in coordinating sustainability program areas for Memphis and Shelby County. Work closely with public agencies, local governments, citizens, non-profit organizations, advocacy groups, and communities to promote sustainable practices and initiatives. 
 
Application Deadline: August 10, 2022 at 11:59 PM CST
 
 

 
Posting Date: 7/28/22
Position: Deputy Director, Workforce Development / Chief Financial Officer
Company/Organization: Ohio Means Jobs Cleveland / Cuyahoga County (OMJ/CCC)
 
The purpose of this position is to serve as the Deputy Director of Workforce Development and the Chief Financial Officer of the Cuyahoga County Workforce Development Board (WDB), also known as Ohio Means Jobs Cleveland / Cuyahoga County (OMJ/CCC).
As the most senior County appointed leader of Workforce Development, the Deputy Director is the County’s workforce expert, strategist and implementation leader, fiscal agent, and primary liaison between the County Executive, Workforce Development Board, Director of Development, City of Cleveland, and the Executive Director of Workforce Development (the CEO of OMJ/CCC). This role will work to ensure alignment between the strategies and implementation of the OMJ/CCC office and other County supported and led workforce and economic development strategies, and will work collaboratively with the parties above and community stakeholders to maximize the impact of the County’s role in workforce through OMJ/CCC activities. This role advises the County Executive, Workforce Development Board, Director of Development, and Executive Director on all financial and operational matters of the office.
Application Deadline: N/A
 

 
Posting Date: 7/26/22
Position: Customer Success Manager
Company: IMPLAN
 
The Customer Success Manager will be required to develop a deep understanding of IMPLAN data and all IMPLAN products. The position requires a passion for supporting a high-touch product and fostering relationships with clients, while effectively promoting sales retention and encouraging revenue growth. Their commitment to customer success is evidenced by their attention to clients’ needs, their provision of accurate and relevant solutions, and their fostering of meaningful business relationships.
 
Application deadline: N/A
 
 

 
Posting Date: 7/26/22
Position: Geographic Information Systems (GIS) Specialist
Company: Cuyahoga County Planning Commission, Research and Information Services
 
Perform technical work in Geographic Information Systems (GIS) and maintain GIS and other databases with direct supervision by the Manager, Research and Information Services. Assists Planning Commission staff with maps, data, and analysis that supports community master plans, regional land use analyses, and special projects such as transit planning, food access, and tree canopy studies.
 
Application deadline: 8/05/22 4:30 PM
 
 

 
Posting Date: 7/26/22
Position: Volunteer Program Manager VISTA - Famicos Foundation 
Company: AmeriCorps
 
As an AmeriCorps VISTA with Famicos Foundation, you will be a part of an agency wide initiative to connect our residents with digital resources. This includes basic computer training, devices, and internet. Famicos Foundation has 900+ residents living in affordable housing. The volunteer program will serve to build capacity, through volunteers, which will assist residents with gaining skills and resources so that they may participate in our digital society.
 
Application deadline: 8/12/2022 
 
 

 
Posting Date: 7/25/22
Position: Landbank Manager
Company: City of Cleveland
 
The Department of Community Development is seeking a seasoned and innovation-minded professional to serve as the city's land bank manager. We aim to reform the land bank disposition process to redevelop the city's extensive land bank sites from a liability to the best and highest use assets that meet community needs. 
 
Application Deadline: 8/3/2022 11:59 PM 
 
 

 
Posting Date: 7/25/22
Position: Manager, Community Engagement Healthy Homes Initiative
Company: City of Cleveland
 
Under administrative direction, is responsible for planning, managing, developing work rules, training, coordinating, and administering all activities and personnel of such staff positions as administration, citizen participation, research, and finance, and manages such personnel as are assigned to specific functions in the performance of the necessary duties. Performs other job-related duties as required.
 
Application Deadline: 8/4/2022 11:59 PM 
 
 

 
Posting Date: 7/25/22
Position: Digital Equity and Inclusion Manager
Company: City of Cleveland 
 
The Manager is the lead steward for their portfolio and works to engage the community in a full range of programs, events, partnerships, and bodies of work to advance Mayor Justin M. Bibb’s mission to permanently close the “digital divide” in Cleveland. In doing so, the Manager will be tasked with managing projects, relationships, engagement strategies, and communications to facilitate a series of broadband-focused initiatives—namely, digital adoption, education, inclusion, access and support.
 
Application Deadline: N/A
 
 

 
Posting Date: 7/25/22
Position: Senior Development Associate, Institutional Giving and Grants
Company: Planned Parenthood
 
*Position is remote but open to residents of Ohio only. Must reside in Ohio as of start date*
 
The Senior Development Associate of Institutional Giving will support the institutional giving team’s work to sustain and increase foundation and corporate giving revenue by preparing grant proposals, letters of inquiry, grant reports, and other fundraising materials. Under the direction of the Senior Director of Strategic Partnerships, and in collaboration with the Institutional Giving Officer, the Senior Development Associate will be a strong writer, editor, and researcher who enables submission of high quality materials and identifies new sources of funding that support the mission of Planned Parenthood of Greater Ohio.
 
Application Deadline: N/A
 
 

 
Posting Date: 7/21/22
Position: Learning Lab Support Coordinator
Company: The Refugee Response
The Learning Lab Support Coordinator will work in partnership with other staff to host Learning Lab Activities at one of our two sites on the west Side of Cleveland.
 
Application Deadline: N/A
 
 

 
Posting Date: 7/21/22
Position: Teen Navigator
Company: The Refugee Response
 
The Teen Navigator will support the implementation and growth of the Teen Response Program as it enters its fifth year. Teen Response is an afterschool program based at John Marshall High School, and is a collaboration between the Refugee Response and CMSD’s Multilingual Multicultural Education Office. The program provides crucial afterschool training, counseling, career exposure and experiences to about 35 resettled refugee students as well as their parents/guardians, allowing the youth to be more successful in both school and life during and after high school. In 2022 Teen Response is poised to expand to reach more students at John Marshall High School through lighter touch services, as well as to two additional sites. The Teen Navigator will provide onsite support at John Marshall High School to program delivery alongside the Teen Response Program Manager and Teen Response Coordinator. The Teen Navigator will principally be responsible for the one-to-one guidance and support for teens in grades 9 through 11 and their families.
 
Application Deadline: N/A
 
 

 
Posting Date: 7/20/22
Position: Lift Up Vikes Coordinator
Company/Organization: Cleveland State University  
 
Perform daily operations and oversight for Lift up Vikes (LUV!) Resource Center & Food Pantry, including the Fowler Emergency Grant. Supports students’ access to basic needs resources. Ensures compliance with Greater Cleveland Food Bank (GCFB) requirements as a Partner Agency. Builds relationships with community agencies and on-campus service providers. Supervises assigned student and volunteer staff. Interacts professionally, demonstrating equity and inclusion, with all internal and external stakeholders. Works to remove any stigma associated with basic needs support. Supports Viking Expedition (VE) Program as full – time program advisor. Support volunteer work and alternative break trips as well as budget management.
 
Application Deadline: N/A
 
 

 
Posting Date: 7/19/22
Position: Planning Manager
Company/Organization: City of Euclid
Working under the direction of the Director of Planning and Development, the employee manages a wide variety and scale of programs and projects focused on improving quality of life by shaping the physical setting for working, living and visiting the City. The employee endeavors to create memorable, integrated, equitable solutions to complex design and planning problems.
 
Application Deadline: N/A
 
 

 
Posting Date: 7/19/22
Position: Geographic Information Systems (GIS) Specialist
Company/Organization: Cuyahoga County Planning Commission
 
Perform technical work in Geographic Information Systems (GIS) and maintain GIS and other databases with direct supervision by the Manager, Research and Information Services. Assists Planning Commission staff with maps, data, and analysis that supports community master plans, regional land use analyses, and special projects such as transit planning, food access, and tree canopy studies.
 
Application Deadline: August 5, 2022, 4.30PM
 
 

 
Posting Date: 7/13/22
Position: Campaign Organizer/Senior Campaign Organizer- Land Use
Company/Organization: Association for Neighborhood & Housing Development (ANHD)
 
Responsibilities:
Lead campaigns for land use justice in New York City
  • Work with members, allies, and ANHD policy staff to develop creative and impactful policy and legislative campaigns that build towards long-term, transformative goals.
  • Build and maintain strong, equity-oriented coalitions of grassroots organizing, policy, advocacy, and legal services groups to advance strategic policy goals and build collective power.
  • Work with ANHD’s communications staff to develop and implement strategic press, social media, and other communications strategies suited to each campaign.
  • With coalition members, plan and carry out actions such as rallies, press conferences, speak-outs, banner-drops, petition drives, etc.
  • Work with ANHD policy staff and coalition members, develop and execute lobbying campaigns, and build relationships with key legislators, policy-makers, government-officials, and other relevant stakeholders.
  • Support leadership development opportunities for ANHD member organizations’ staff and grassroots community members in campaign and coalition spaces.
Application Deadline: N/A
 
 

 
Posting Date: 7/13/22
Position: Residential Stabilization Coordinator
Company/Organization: Westown Community Development Corporation
 
Work with residents to document health & safety housing code problems (roofing, mechanical failures, porch structure) to identify programs that the resident is eligible for based on income, age, credit rating (for loans ) and grants.
 
Application Deadline: N/A
 
 

 
Posting Date: 7/26/22
Position: Bridging the Digital Divide - Famicos Foundation, VISTA
Company/Organization: AmeriCorps

The VISTA member will develop and implement a sustainable Digital Equity Resource Center model which will house all things digital access, inclusion, and equity within Famicos Foundation properties. This will include researching current best practices for building digital equity and inclusion in affordable housing communities. This model will be shaped around bridging the digital divide in our housing communities. Activities will include developing an asset map, needs assessment, policies and procedures, and program development and evaluation.

Application deadline: 08/01/2022

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Posting Date: 7/25/22
Position: Neighborhood Reinvestment Coordinator - Bank Relations Manager
Company: City of Cleveland
 
Under administrative direction, is responsible for planning, managing, developing work rules, training, coordinating, and administering all activities and personnel of such staff positions as administration, citizen participation, research, and finance, and manages such personnel as are assigned to specific functions in the performance of the necessary duties. Performs other job-related duties as required.
 
Application Deadline: 7/31/2022 11:59 PM 
 
 

 
Posting Date: 7/25/22
Position: City Planner
Company: City of Cleveland
 
Under general supervision, prepares planning studies, development analyses, data analyses, market studies, and maps. Reviews the design and layout of development projects including the conformance with zoning, design, and planning standards. Represents the Planning Commission in public meetings and presentations. Depending upon the nature of the job performed, may do the following: Prepares GIS maps and associated data, GIS programming, and GIS web-based design and programming in the context of city planning OR Analyzes and prepares streetscape, transportation, and infrastructure plans; Conceptually designs streetscape improvements OR Reviews architectural and site plans; Conceptually designs building and sites for city planning purposes. Performs related duties as required.
 
Application Deadline: 7/31/2022 11:59 PM
 
 

 
Posting Date: 7/12/22
Position: Research Associate
Company/Organization: Greater Ohio Policy Center
 
Principal Duties and Responsibilities:
  • Under the direction of Executive Director and/or Senior Project Managers (“Senior Staff”), the Research Associate will help carry out high-quality research projects. These projects will focus on local and state issues and best practices related to revitalization, particularly around neighborhood real estate market conditions. This position will also assist with research that will eventually inform GOPC’s policy recommendations regarding active transportation (aka Complete Streets), transit, and state transportation funding priorities.
  • Expertly navigate key databases to extract needed information (ESRI, Census’ American Factfinder Portal, Zillow, On the Map, CHAS, ODOT’s Transportation Information Mapping System (TIMS), local real estate files, etc.)
  • Assist in planning and executing GOPC events through logistical support and content development cocreated with Senior Staff.
  • Assist colleagues with small, discrete research mini-projects, as requested.
 
Application Deadline: Monday, August 1, 2022, 9AM
 
 

 
Posting Date: 7/12/22
Position: Community Engagement Specialist
Company/Organization: St. Clair Superior Development Corporation
 
The overarching focus of the Community Engagement Specialist will be to increase SCSDC’s organizational presence, community involvement, and develop stronger local relationships and to ensure St. Clair Superior Development Corporation is poised to yield, implement and grow a thriving portfolio of programs. Primary focus areas will include strengthening the community involvement of residents, assisting in outreach to a diverse range of businesses, and identification of new placemaking/placekeeping opportunities. Qualified candidates should also possess additional skills such as project management and event planning.
 
Application Deadline: Friday,  July 29, 5PM
 
 

 
Posting Date: 7/14/22
Position: Performance Consultant
Company/Organization: County of Cuyahoga

This is a journey level classification with responsibility for assisting with internal and external innovation plans including outcome-based contract management, cost savings, and operational efficiency projects. This classification manages sensitive data, interprets performance analysis, and executes projects in support of the County Executive’s strategic priorities and key administrative opportunities for improvement. Positions in this class independently perform recurring, well-precedented projects using standard methods and techniques. Employees receive instruction or assistance as new or unusual situations arise and are expected to remain up to date on methods, techniques, procedures, and applicable regulations for the analysis of data and results.

Application Deadline: 7/26/2022

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Posting Date: 7/21/22
Position: Election Night Ballot Box Opener
Company: Cuyahoga County Board of Elections
 
***CSU Vikings Needed - Several Positions Available for One Night - $15 Per Hour***
 
This is a great opportunity to see the election process and be civically involved, and it is also a good way for an organization to raise funds. The only qualifications for hiring are to provide a social security number for payroll purposes; be over 18 years of age, and not be a convicted felon.
 
Apply here: 

Ballot Box Opener QR Code

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Posting Date: 7/12/22
Position: Director of Development and Communications - Full-Time
Company/Organization: Adoption Network Cleveland

Adoption Network Cleveland’s Director of Development and Communications directly executes communications and is the key leader of the Development Team. This person makes frequent decisions in the resource development and communications areas that have a substantial impact on the organization’s objectives, image and success. The Director is a highly effective fundraiser,skilled relationship builder,strong communicator, experienced manager, and creative and motivational leader. This position serves as the organization’s connection to people in our community and the media through our website, social media, email marketing, printed materials, and media relations. The Director oversees a staff of 2 employees responsible for Adoption Network Cleveland’s annual fund, foundation and governmentsupport, corporate giving, events, communications and marketing, and volunteers. The Director drives meaningful and diversified growth to support the organization in achieving its mission and aligns communications to support Adoption Network Cleveland’s fundraising goals and priorities, deepen community-wide awareness and support, and increase program utilization.

Application Deadline: Sunday, July 17, 2022

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Posting Date: 6/21/22
Position: Manager of Grant Development
Company/Organization: College Now

The Manager of Grant Development is responsible for managing a portfolio of assigned grants; this includes writing and managing content and documents in cooperation with internal departments that will attract, secure, and steward financial support from external funding sources. The Manager of Grant Development administers grant-related processes; demonstrates technical acumen, particularly when utilizing grant portals and complying with funder application and report guidelines; coordinates, writes, edits, and submits grant inquires, proposals, and reports; prepares, manages, and furnishes budgets and other documentation to accompany proposals and reports as needed; files all grant documents appropriately; interacts with internal departments and funders as required; supports identification and recommendation of new grant opportunities; and enters and tracks grant-related deadlines and information in donor tracking database (currently Raiser’s Edge).

Application Deadline: N/A

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Posting Date: 5/27/22
Position: Planner OR Senior Planner
Company/Organization: City of Clearwater, Florida

Duties and Responsibilities

Essential Functions: -- Essential functions, as defined under the Americans with Disabilities Act, may include any of the following representative duties, knowledge, and skills. Essential duties and responsibilities may include, but are not limited to, the following:

  • Provides advanced professional planning work in a variety of capacities related to the use of land in the City including development review, site plan approval, signage, landscape review, zoning, land use, subdivision and major development permitting, comprehensive planning.
  • Provides extensive and professional customer service for the general public, including assistance to walk-in customers, other City departments, elected officials and outside professionals; communicates the City's land development regulations clearly and concisely; participates in a variety of meetings and public hearings.
  • Reviews plans and provides feedback and expertise on planning; assists applicants, owners, and others through permitting and applications; disseminates information and communicates extensively through the process of planning and development.
  • Conducts research and analysis and prepares reports on complex planning issues.
  • Makes recommendations for potential changes to the Community Development Code or other governing plans and prepares amendments as needed.
  • Performs other duties as assigned.
Development Review Planner:
  • Reviews and analyzes development applications and projects (site plans, architectural elevations, civil and landscape plans) for consistency with all applicable adopted plans, codes and standards; conducts field studies; identifies any issues for discussion and prepares planning comments as part of Development Review Committee
  • Conducts zoning reviews and provides follow up on building permits and business tax receipts. 
Development Review Senior Planner:
  • Processes, reviews and provides follow up on a wide variety of permits and development applications, including residential dwellings, hotels, and other site plan review applications, business tax receipts, temporary uses, docks, fences, landscape plans, signs, plats, and lot splits.
  • Independently reviews and analyzes planning applications and projects for consistency with all applicable adopted plans, codes and standards; identifies any issues and utilizes independent judgment to make recommendations regarding approval and potential resolutions.
  • Prepares staff reports and presents expert testimony for quasi-judicial hearings.

Application Deadline: Open until filled.

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Posting Date: 5/27/22
Position: Real Estate Development Manager
Company/Organization: Stark Enterprises

Position involves the planning and oversight of new development projects (multi-family, commercial, retail, mixed-use and more). Manages the development process from design through completion. Visit us for updates on our expanding portfolio at www.starkenterprises.com.

Includes:

  • Design reviews, project schedules, budgets, building codes, zoning, entitlements.
  • Manages due diligence, contracts, bids, vendor selection, suppliers.
  • Coordinates activities with municipalities and various departments including construction, legal, finance, operations, marketing.
  • Tracks project changes, costs, and coordinates communications.
  • Responds to and manages technical challenges, risks and mitigation matters.

Application Deadline: N/A

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Posting Date: 5/27/22
Position: Executive Director
Company/Organization: Future Heights

FutureHeights is the community development corporation for the City of Cleveland Heights. Its mission is to facilitate an equitable, prosperous, and vibrant future for Cleveland Heights and University Heights and to engage in and promote economic and social development through meaningful engagement of residents and collaboration with local organizations, businesses, and governments. Founded by community members in 2000, FutureHeights has since grown its portfolio of programming to include real estate development, civic engagement, community outreach, and publishing of the Heights Observer, an award winning community news source. The next Executive Director of FutureHeights will have the opportunity to build upon two decades of consistent organizational growth in order to move the organization and its mission forward.

The Executive Director of FutureHeights reports to the Board of Directors and will be responsible for the organization’s consistent achievement of its mission and financial objectives. The Executive Director must have a keen understanding of leading a non-profit organization, serving as an external ambassador to the community, and should possess strategy, leadership and vision to move the organization forward.

Application Deadline: Open until filled.

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Posting Date: 5/27/22
Position: Program Officer 3 - Sustainability/Plastic Bag Ban
Company/Organization: County of Cuyahoga

Summary
The purpose of this classification is to independently develop new operations, systems, policies and/or procedures for existing County programs. This classification differs from lower level program officers in that there is greater independence during development phase, development timeframes are six months or more, and issues encountered are characterized by several unknown variables.

Essential Job Functions
Independently develops new operations, systems, policies and/or procedures for existing County programs (e.g.- develops different options for new or revised operations, systems, policies and/or procedures; researches new legislation to address required changes in existing operations, policies and/or procedures; examines alternative options to ensure they address previously identified needs or deficiencies; makes presentations to report findings and make recommendations for new operations, systems, policies and/or procedures; develops plans for implementing the selected course of action including resource and time estimates; implements the proposed plans). Researches, analyzes and evaluates existing operations, systems, policies and/or procedures to identify areas for improvement or enhancement (e.g.- researches background information to understand current practices and related issues; researches customer, client or citizen complaints; conducts program needs analysis; compiles results of research data and identifies areas of program inadequacy; researches and conducts surveys to determine best practices). Researches, analyzes and evaluates information to determine impact and/or feasibility of proposed changes in program operations, systems, policies and/or procedures (e.g.- analyzes proposed changes under the current conditions and influencing environments to identify impact; evaluates impact of proposed changes to determine feasibility of implementation). May supervise assigned staff (e.g.-assigns work and reviews completed work assignments; instructs, assigns, plans, and reviews work of assigned staff; makes recommendations regarding transfer, discipline and discharge). Performs administrative tasks in connection with above functions and tasks (e.g.- attends meetings and seminars related to program issues; maintains related documentation and records; prepares correspondence and reports).

Application Deadline: N/A

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Posting Date: 5/20/22
Position: Research Associate / Project Manager - National Initiative on Mixed-Income Communities (NIMC)
Company/Organization: Case Western Reserve University

Working with a high degree of independence, the Research Associate/Project Manager position is responsible for planning and carrying out the implementation of a complex public-private sector place-based initiative at Woodhill Homes in Cleveland. The goal of this initiative is to transform the high-poverty isolated Woodhill Home Estates and the surrounding Buckeye neighborhood into an inclusive mixed-income community.

The National Initiative on Mixed-Income Communities (NIMC) is leading the overall coordination of this multi-partner collaboration. This position will serve as the project manager for NIMC’s coordination of the Woodhill Choice Neighborhood Initiative implementation grant awarded by the federal government to Cleveland in May 2021. The project manager will work closely numerous partners, in particular the co-initiative leads Cuyahoga Metropolitan Housing Authority and The Community Builders as well as the City of Cleveland to refine and advance the initiative workplan and objectives. The project manager will help ensure that legacy Woodhill Homes residents are fully included in the initiative implementation, their input is valued, and their ideas shape the redevelopment process and product.

Essential Functions

  1. Help strengthen existing planning, communication and collaboration structures to ensure the project is moving forward in a timely and well-coordinated fashion. Support partners, promote the flow of information, hold partners accountable, ensure meaningful community engagement, and address potential obstacles. (30%)
  2. Help design and facilitate effective meetings and meaningful conversations between an array of organizational, institutional and community stakeholders, including lifting up community voices that are often ignored. (25%)
  3. Create, coordinate, update and carry out initiative work plans. Monitor project budgets (20%). 
  4. Enhance and manage relationships with project partners, including resident leaders, promoting high trust, coordination, communication and effectiveness. (10%)
  5. Ensure clear and frequent communications are shared amongst all project partners. (5%)
  6. Support project reporting. (5%)
  7. Support project monitoring, performance measurement and evaluation. (5%)

Application Deadline: N/A

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Posting Date: 5/20/22
Position: Research Associate - National Initiative on Mixed-Income Communities (NIMC)
Company/Organization: Case Western Reserve University

Working with a high degree of independence, the Research Associate position is responsible for coordinating, planning and carrying out research and consultation of a complex and non-routine nature for the National Initiative on Mixed-Income Communities (NIMC).

The Research Associate will work closely with principal investigators, faculty and staff and supervise students to carry out research and consultation across multiple projects and sites. The Research Associate will manage research studies, help write reports and papers, collect data and conduct qualitative and quantitative data analysis. The Research Associate will oversee the building, maintenance and dissemination of NIMC researcher, practitioner and policymaker information resources. The Research Associate will also coordinate with research partners and staff at other study sites and cultivate relationships with researchers, policymakers and practitioners. The Research Associate may make presentations at conferences and other networking/dissemination opportunities and represent the Center in meetings and presentations.

Essential Functions

  1. Coordinate components of NIMC’s research and consultation projects locally and nationally. Create, manage and carry out project work plans. Monitor project budgets. Develop, coordinate and submit applications to the Institutional Review Board. Supervise student research assistants and field placement students. Attend other project team meetings and related events. (20%) 
  2. Manage relationships with project partners. Assist in routine communications between internal staff and faculty and external partners (10%).
  3. Conduct qualitative and quantitative data collection and analysis. Support research design, including development of methods for data collection and analysis, and creation of instruments (35%)
  4. Write research reports and briefs, information releases and other short form summaries of research findings, and co-author papers for academic publication. Write grant proposals and reports. (20%)
  5. Support dissemination of resources developed by NIMC to various audiences including partners, stakeholders and funders. (15%)

Application Deadline: N/A

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Posting Date: 5/14/22
Position: Community Health VISTA
Company/Organization: Old Brooklyn CDC

This VISTA project will connect with populations in Old Brooklyn that are under-engaged. By first defining and understanding under-engagement and then developing relevant outreach strategies to reach those most in need, the VISTA will expand the work of prior VISTAs to increase volunteer engagement and outreach mechanisms. OBCDC will use this information to share their community services to a wider audience, including SNAP education, housing affordability programs, and food access initiatives. From transit options, to the food you eat, to the places you call home, community health is the intersection of different disciplines coming together that impact a person’s overall health and wellbeing. The most important aspect is the community members we serve, through volunteer programs, skill building, educational opportunities, and social connectedness through engagement. It is crucial to engage with residents in a deeper, more intentional way. Spanish speaker preferred.  

Application Deadline: July 1, 2022

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Posting Date: 5/14/22
Position: CSR Coordinator
Company/Organization: Hyland

The Department Coordinator I is responsible for ensuring the smooth operation of the department by performing a wide variety of administrative and support functions.

Position Responsibilities:

  • Assist with routine daily department activities to maximize team efficiency and achieve team established goals
  • Manage incoming and outgoing mail, shipping and receiving
  • Maintain common spaces for appearance and functionality
  • Manage office supplies and maintenance of storage areas
  • Provide support to team members including staff travel arrangements, and expense and time tracking
  • Schedule department meetings and distribute minutes
  • Assist in budget preparation and expense management activities
  • Fulfill work requests from department staff in timely and accurate manner
  • Prepare routine correspondence, spreadsheets and presentations
  • May interact with clients to obtain information, verifying schedules and for other department relevant activities
  • Assist with onboarding new department hires

Application Deadline: N/A

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Posting Date: 5/10/22
Position: Planner 1 - Planning and Community Development
Company/Organization: City of Solon

The Planner I works under the direct supervision of the Director of Planning and Community Development and will perform the following activities: review of residential and commercial site plans and construction drawings for compliance with zoning code and subdivision code requirements; research and preparation of plans and reports relating to various planning and building issues; enforcement of property maintenance ordinances; answering questions from the general public relating to planning, zoning, and building issues; performing GIS analysis and the preparation of maps utilizing ESRI ArcMap 10.2.1; guiding applicants through the planning and building permit approval process; and providing other municipal planning functions, as required.      

Application Deadline: N/A

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Posting Date: 5/10/22
Position: Planner II - Planning and Community Development
Company/Organization: City of Solon

The Planner II works under the direct supervision of the Director of Planning and Community Development and will participate in the following activities: review of residential and commercial site plans and construction drawings for compliance with zoning code requirements; performing research and writing of reports relating to various planning and construction issues; performing GIS analysis and preparing maps utilizing ESRI ArcMap 10.7; answering questions of the general public and guiding applicants through the planning and building permit approval process; assisting with grant applications; participating in the City Master Plan update process; and providing other municipal planning functions, as required.    

Application Deadline: N/A

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Posting Date: 5/9/22
Position: Housing Development Specialist
Company/Organization: FutureHeights 

The Housing Development Specialist is a full-time position, reporting to the Executive Director, that leads the organization’s FutureHomes housing development projects. The person in this position will work closely with FutureHeights board members, city staff and representatives, contractors, the Cuyahoga County Land Reutilization Corporation (land bank), and neighborhood stakeholders.

Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Monitor the status of vacant properties in the city of Cleveland Heights:
    • Research the acquisition of vacant housing, including: property ownership, title, liens, zoning, environmental issues and tax delinquencies for potential acquisitions through tax foreclosure proceedings and state forfeiture
    • Maintain database of vacant /abandoned housing through site visits to inspect properties to assess their potential for redevelopment
    • Maintain a tracking database for pending foreclosures
    • Report on housing conditions and property values in target neighborhoods
  • ∙ Coordinate the organization’s FutureHomes housing rehabilitation program:
    • Work with the city of Cleveland Heights and Cuyahoga County Land Reutilization Corporation to acquire vacant homes for the purpose of rehabilitation and sale to owner-occupants.
    • Develop a comprehensive Scope of Work (SOW) for each property that includes eliminating all code violations, upgrading systems and living space to enhance livability and sustainability, and preserving historic character when possible.
    • Work with the FutureHomes Committee to either select a development partner to undertake the renovation or have FutureHeights complete in-house
    • Facilitate financing of the projects
    • Monitor progress to ensure that all point-of-sale violations are corrected and the work is completed according to the SOW
    • Coordinate transfer of the properties to development partners o Promote the sale of the completed home to a new owner-occupant
    • Maintain budgets and financial records for program revenue and expenses.
  • ∙ Develop an infill housing development program to construct new homes on vacant lots in the city of Cleveland Heights:
    • Work with the city of Cleveland Heights and Cuyahoga County Land Reutilization Corporation to develop a new program to acquire vacant lots for the purpose of constructing new housing units
    • Develop relationships with potential developers and select a development partner
    • Work with the city of Cleveland Heights to facilitate a development agreement
    • Facilitate financing
    • Facilitate community engagement around housing styles, layout and materials to fit in with existing neighborhood conditions and community preferences
    • Monitor progress and report back to the community
  • ∙ Administrative
    • Coordinate FutureHomes Committee meetings
    • Report to the city, FH Board of Directors, and community regarding completed projects and community impact.
    • Maintain financial records for all program-related revenue and expenses

Application Deadline: N/A

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Posting Date: 5/9/22
Position: Administrative Assistant
Company/Organization: GBX

The Administrative Assistant will be responsible for assisting and supporting the Manager of Investor Relations, the Managing Director of Business Development, the Chief Financial Officer, and the Director of People Operations. The ideal candidate will be detail-oriented and a true team-player, willing to support wherever needed. This role often serves as the face and voice of GBX, interacting with our investors, advisors, partners, and job applicants, so a professional presence must be maintained at all times. In addition to supporting the Manager of Investor Relations, the Managing Director of Business Development, the Chief Financial Officer, and the Director of People Operations, the Administrative Assistant is a member of the Administrative team, providing back-up Receptionist support, as needed.

Application Deadline: N/A

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Posting Date: 5/9/22
Position: Project Manager
Company/Organization: GBX

The Project Manager will be responsible for the overall project management of assigned GBX Group tax asset, real estate investment, and/or IT projects. This role coordinates people, projects, and processes, maintains project timelines, manages documentation, and addresses critical issues to advance project objectives and meet overall Company investment goals. The Project Manager must be an analytical and creative thinker, with the ability to successfully manage multiple projects to timely completion. This role will be a member of the Project Management team, work closely with the Finance, Legal, Development, Underwriting, and Asset Management teams, and will be the main point of contact with developer partners, consultants, and historic organizations.

Application Deadline: N/A

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Posting Date: 5/9/22
Position: Staff Water Resources Engineer or Scientist
Company/Organization: Geosyntec Consultants

Essential Duties and Responsibilities

Is this the right position to help you achieve your professional goals? Some of the key responsibilities for the position include:

  • Researching pending CWA-related regulatory and legislative changes and evaluating impacts to clients;
  • Reviewing state and federal regulations and permits pertaining to surface water;
  • Managing, evaluating, and summarizing monitoring or other water quality data;
  • Preparing technical reports, letters, memoranda, plans, and proposals;
  • Preparing and participating in meetings with clients, regulatory personnel, and other parties; and
  • Supporting staff with environmental compliance programs.

Collaboration and mentoring are cornerstones of Geosyntec’s culture. You should expect to work closely with experienced professionals who will guide and integrate you into Geosyntec’s culture.

Application Deadline: N/A

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Posting Date: 5/9/22
Position: Executive Assistant
Company/Organization: Neighborhood Leadership Development Program | CDC Leadership Program

Position Description: Reporting to the Program Director, the Executive Assistant will handle a wide range of administrative, organizational and executive support related responsibilities. The Executive Assistant uses discretion, judgment and knowledge of the organization when dealing with all persons related to NLDP/CDCLP.

Job Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Schedules Program Director’s meetings and teleconferences upon request.
  • Maintains a full comprehension of the organization’s philosophy, operations and procedures.
  • Assists with program communications and mailings.
  • Maintains all program records systems in a confidential manner.
  • Helps coordinate logistical planning of specified meetings and events.
  • Directly assists Program Director with projects/sessions.
  • Attends NLDP/CDCLP sessions and other meetings and events as required.
  • Develops office forms and updates documents.
  • Conducts research and compiles data on a variety of topics and issues.
  • Maintains and updates computer files.
  • Assists/Manages scheduling during organization-wide job searches.
  • Schedules/Manages cohort recruitment and selection process, open position interviews and NLDP/CDCLP events.
  • Prepares outgoing correspondence.
  • Is proficient with office equipment of all types and has mastered all relevant computer programs such as Microsoft Office which are important to the operation of the NLDP/CDCLP.
  • Answers and transfers incoming calls.
  • Any and all other duties as may be requested.

Application Deadline: Applications must be received by Friday, May 27 th at 5pm.

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Posting Date: 5/9/22
Position: Graduate Support Manager
Company/Organization: Neighborhood Leadership Development Program

Job Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Develops and manages a broad based multi-faceted Graduate Support Program using a variety of strategies designed to strengthen the NLDP graduate community and encourage graduate networking.
  • Assists with the design, editing and writing of newsletters; includes securing contributions from graduates and community collaborators.
  • Facilitates and maintains a robust graduate community through social media communication with graduates. Leads the organization and execution of graduate project activities/events within the network. Cultivate community in social media networks through graduate highlights and sharing of birthday celebrations, ongoing job opportunities, trainings, NLDP program event dates, and potentially relevant resources and community information.
  • Track graduates’ accolades and community events, and shares with the NLDP community appropriately within network.
  • Continues the development/evolution of a strategy for integrating the recent NLDP graduates into the NLDP graduate community.
  • Meets with graduates on an ongoing basis and maintains visitation records.
  • Oversees the Graduate Support Grant Program
  • Jointly coordinates the Graduate Board Match Program.
  • Assists in securing speakers/presenters for continuing education of graduates.
  • Assists in facilitation of graduate events, including securing graduate event sites and arranging details with site and presenters.
  • Maintains survey tools to identify the needs of graduates.
  • Develops new programs, in conjunction with the Program Director, which address graduate needs and new or emerging issues related to leadership development.
  • Creates required reports for updates, activities and statistics / group data profiles of the graduate program.
  • Promotes and expands use of Coach-On-Call, graduate coaching sessions, acts as a liaison between coaches and graduates and maintains a database of graduate coaching sessions and coaching evaluations by graduates.
  • Manages two Care Call activities per year.
  • Assists/leads development and revision of marketing and communication materials, including providing copy for video and printed material.
  • Creates & implements graduate coaching evaluations using Survey Monkey and provides overview of trends.
  • Facilitates the Graduate Events Committee (GEC), acts as liaison between NLDP staff and graduates and assists the GEC in disseminating information to committee members and graduates.
  • Maintains and updates an online database of graduate contact records.
  • Oversees and assists in evaluating the progress of graduate programs and assesses areas of improvement needed.
  • Builds networking opportunities for graduates in order to provide them with ways to connect with other graduates and community resources to benefit their neighborhood projects.
  • Assists in maintenance and distribution of annual Graduate Events Calendar.
  • Assists with the recruitment and selection of future NLDP cohorts.
  • Creates expanded relationships on behalf of NLDP in the Greater Cleveland community.
  • Assists Program Director with other program elements of NLDP as needed.

Application Deadline: Applications must be received by Friday, May 27th at 5pm

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Posting Date: 5/9/22
Position: Planner
Company/Organization: City of Shaker Heights

Join a dynamic team of professional planners producing exceptional plans and implementing exciting projects, including the future phases of Van Aken District redevelopment, active transportation and streetscape projects, public art and transit-oriented development. This position is ideal for a planner interested in a variety of topics contributing to exceptional community planning.

Assignments include active transportation, recreation and neighborhood plans; grant research, grant applications and grant administration; staff assistance to the Landmark Commission for regular meetings and special projects; graphics and mapping; general research related to current planning initiatives; and support for other Planning Department activities.

Applicants should possess thorough knowledge of the principles and practices of planning, urban design and historic preservation.

Application Deadline: Open until filled.

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Posting Date: 5/6/22
Position: Anti-Human Trafficking Outreach Coordinator
Company / Position: Cleveland Rape Crisis Center

The primary responsibility of the Anti-Human Trafficking (HT) Outreach Coordinator is to increase the awareness of services at the Human Trafficking Drop-In Center. The Anti-Human Trafficking Outreach Coordinator will develop new external partnerships and cultivate existing relationships with key external partners. The Anti-Human Trafficking Outreach Coordinator is responsible for the creation, coordination, and implementation of the on-the-ground outreach tactics in Cleveland Rape Crisis Center’s four service counties (Cuyahoga, Lake, Geauga, & Ashtabula). Through this successful delivery of a variety of outreach services, the HT Outreach Coordinator will help to establish Cleveland Rape Crisis Center as the premier provider for survivors of rape, sexual abuse and human trafficking.

Essential Job Functions
• Creates, implement, and evaluates outreach plans in collaboration with the Director of Anti-Human
Trafficking and Advocacy and Chief Program Officer.
• Disseminates Cleveland Rape Crisis Center Human Trafficking Drop-In Center’s materials to a variety of
organizations and venues.
• Provides professional training in the identification, awareness, and prevention of human trafficking.
• Facilitates psychoeducational workshops addressing human trafficking and sexual violence.
• Attends monthly human trafficking coalition meetings, community meetings, community fairs, and
other outreach events to generate client referrals.
• Creates and executes community engagement activities to increase awareness that human trafficking.
• Acts as an educational resource by providing information regarding CRCC’s services to external partners
and community members. 

Application Deadline: N/A

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Posting Date: 5/5/22
Position: Trumbull County
Company / Position: GIS Coordinator/Permits Supervisor

Under general supervision of the Chief Project Manager, the GIS Coordinator initiates and maintains a Geographic Information System (GIS) program and database to create water and sanitary sewer layers for the Trumbull County GIS System. Advises on needed GIS equipment and software purchases. Provides management of drafting and permit personnel.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities

Initiates and maintains a GIS system to create water and sanitary sewer layers for the Trumbull County GIS System. Advises on needed equipment and software. Performs field work and directs others to gather information required to continually update the water and sanitary sewer GIS layers. Works with the Sanitary Engineer, Assistant Sanitary Engineer, Chief Project Manager, Wastewater Superintendent, Water Superintendent and other staff engineers to gather and verify data to be added to the GIS layers.

Provides guidance and instructions to department field personnel (wastewater operators, water operators, maintenance personnel, sewer crews, engineering technicians, draftspersons’, service investigators, customer service representatives and meter readers) regarding the proper gathering and adding of data to the GIS layers.

Supervises the issuance of all water and sanitary sewer permits. Coordinates the calculations and collection of tap-in fees and reimbursements necessary to issue a permit. Coordinates updates to the list of properties benefited by water and sanitary sewer lines and works with the Trumbull County Health Department to enforce connections.

Supervises inspectors and draftspersons within the Sanitary Engineering Department. Recommends policy changes and evaluates staffing needs and potential program development.

Answers inquiries from the general public regarding the availability of water and sewer lines within a specific location. Researches petitions for water and sanitary sewer to determine the petition strength based on property front footage. Forwards results and recommendations to the Chief Project Manager regarding project feasibility.

Attends meetings, researches records and assists the Sanitary Engineer, Deputy Sanitary Engineer and Chief Project Manager as necessary. 

Application Deadline: June 2, 2022

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Posting Date: 5/9/22
Position: GIS Analyst/Field Specialist
Company/Organization: Stark County Regional Planning Commission

Stark County Regional Planning Commission (SCRPC) is accepting applications for a GIS Analyst/Field Specialist.  This position is highly technical in nature and requires a candidate with existing GIS knowledge and skills in order to perform the tasks efficiently.  This position also requires an individual with a high level of attention to detail and has the ability to work both independently and as part of a geographically diverse team. Employee will provide general and technical support services as necessary.  The employee works under the direct supervision of the GIS Manager and Executive Director.

Characteristic Work:

The GIS Analyst/Field Specialist compiles, manipulates and analyzes geospatial data.  In this role, ArcGIS software will be used to gather and analyze data to develop maps.  Additionally, the GIS Analyst may provide GIS training or assistance to other organization members and supports all GIS functions for each department at SCRPC.

Other Job Activities/Functions:

  • GPS field work collection of utility infrastructure including, storm, sanitary and water systems, etc. Previous GPS collection experience a plus.
  • Performs geographic data digitizing, data development, data file management, data capture and tabular data integration into geospatial databases.
  • Assist with development and maintenance of GIS data resources to be utilized for public access of geographic data.
  • Produce accurate maps and other representations of data for public land use and field work activity.
  • Research and verify geographic data
  • May work in variable weather conditions, at remote locations, on difficult and hazardous terrain and under physical demanding circumstances.

Application Deadline: Friday, May 27, 2022

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Posting Date: 5/9/22
Position: Assistant Director for Stakeholder & Real Estate Development
Company/Organization: St. Clair Superior Development Corporation

Business Development

  • Act as a representative/city advocate and liaison for businesses and non-profit organizations in the St. Clair Superior neighborhood
  • Assist in developing and managing the SCSDC stakeholder support and membership program
  • Work with and support developers, real estate agents and businesses hoping to develop or expand in the St. Clair Superior community
  • Conduct outreach visits to businesses and meet specific targets for unique company visits and services
  • Organize happy hours, speakers, and events to support area businesses and promote B2B networking
  • Identify and track business problems and issues
  • Track and understand the workforce needs of businesses to help market open positions on the SCSDC website and social media platforms
  • Work in partnership with SCSDC’s community engagement specialist to identify ways to support entrepreneurship and business development opportunities for neighborhood residents and for anchor institutions to connect to local talent and resources
  • Lead annual stakeholders membership campaign seeking support from local businesses and stakeholders for SCSDC operations
  • Maintain a database of vacant and occupied commercial spaces in the neighborhood
  • Recruit businesses/organizations to locate to the neighborhood and connect them to resources and available real estate
  • Market and provide technical assistance for the City of Cleveland’s economic development programs
  • Staff the SCSDC Stakeholder Development Committee

Real Estate Development

  • Provide advice and assistance to developers desirous of developing in St. Clair Superior. 
  • Create and maintain a complete inventory of all existing retail, office, and industrial properties in the neighborhoods including tenant lease terms and vacancy rates
  • Track real estate development projects throughout the neighborhood (including office, retail, residential, and other spaces)
  • Support the creation of an equitable development policy
  • Coordinate with SCSDC community engagement specialist to solicit resident, business, and stakeholder input in seeking regulatory approvals while maintaining SCSDC as a good neighbor.
  • Develop an understanding of the dynamics of the local real estate market and market needs
  • Assist businesses, landowners, and developers as needed with property research, predevelopment assistance, community engagement, financing, land assembly strategies
  • Assist in developing projects on time and on budget, producing attractive, financially self-supporting properties that align with the organization’s mission
  • Support the executive director in establishing positive working relationships with peers, contractors, funders (equity and debt), regulatory entities, community leaders, and government partners
  • Assist the executive director in building relationships with the real estate community, including brokers and property owners, and provide support in tenanting commercial buildings
  • Help guide real estate development projects and business openings through the City of Cleveland’s review and approval process, assisting with permits and applications
  • Manage the City of Cleveland’s Storefront Renovation Program and assist business owners and property owners through the program
  • Assist the executive director in staffing the SCSDC Placemaking Committee

Application Deadline: Applications must be received by Friday, May 27 th at 5pm.

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Posting Date: 5/3/22
Position: Development Planner
Company / Position:  Community Development, City of Kent

Under the general supervision of the Community Development Director, performs a variety of routine and complex administrative, technical, and professional work in the current and/or long range planning programs of the City related to the development and redevelopment and implementation of land use, including site plan review, and compliance with applicable City ordinances and policies; assists in the processing and review of applications submitted to the Planning Commission, Board of Zoning Appeals, and Architectural Review Board; issues zoning permits; assists with zoning related code enforcement; performs other job related tasks as assigned.

Application Deadline: May 27, 2022

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Posting Date: 3/18/22
Position: VISTA Member
Company/Organization: East Cleveland Farmers Market – Americorps

The VISTA member will develop and implement plans to engage low-income customers to gain access to fresh local food at the Coit Road Farmers' Market. This will include learning about customer, community, and vendor needs. The member will work with the Market to address these needs through outreach, activities, capacity building, and site improvements. They will collaborate with community and other site partners to develop customer loyalty, food production, and needed infrastructure. The member will work with marketing and social media, apply for grants, and recruit and supervise volunteers.

Application Deadline: 6/06/2022

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Posting Date: 1/5/22
Position: Senior Planner
Company/Organization: Planning & Community Development - City of Colorado Springs, Colorado

Essential Job Functions 

  • Review complex land use applications for compliance with City code and other applicable regulations; ensure compliance with professional standards
  • Process development application submittals for distribution; manage public notification requirements, and verify that all application components are provided and in compliance
  • Communicate with internal and external stakeholders; write technical review letters
  • Present project proposals at City Planning Commission and City Council meetings and other public hearings
  • Research zoning, planning, development, geological, and drainage history for pre-application and potential development
  • Communicate research and development process, applicable regulations, and potential pitfalls to development applicants
  • Research and develop land use regulations and policies; present to City Planning Commission and City Council for formal adoption; and train staff on new regulations and policies
  • Coordinate assigned activities and projects with other divisions, outside agencies, and the public

Application Deadline: 1/18/2022 4:00 PM Mountain

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Posting Date: 12/10/21
Position: Management Assistant
Company/Organization: City of Long Beach 

Management Assistants will:

  • Learn about the challenges and opportunities of managing a large organization by working under the direction of the City Manager in four different departments during the year as a Management Assistant, including the City Manager's Office and Financial Management.
  • Take a leadership role on challenging citywide projects throughout the course of the program, developing lasting innovative solutions to serve a diverse community. Management Assistants are considered key members of the City Management Team and will have the opportunity to contribute to internal and external City priorities across departments.                             
  • Work alongside highly accomplished career managers and be privy to the highest level of executive decision-making, including weekly engagement in Department Director meetings.  The expectations and the workload for Management Assistants are very high, and program participants join a cohort of accomplished City leaders.  Management Assistants gain invaluable experience and management skills, and are well prepared to compete for professional positions within the City.

Application Deadline: This recruitment will close at 11:59 pm on Tuesday, January 17, 2022.

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Posting Date: 12/11/21 
Position: Community Planner
Company/Organization: DOT Recent Graduates Program, this Federal Highway Administration's (FHWA's) Professional Development Program (PDP) assignment

This position is for RECENT GRADUATES. 

FHWA's Professional Development Program (PDP) is an entry-level/new employee program designed to introduce participants to the technical, administrative, and program management aspects of administering the Federal-aid Highway and Federal Lands Highway Programs. This recruitment places particular emphasis on the stewardship and oversight aspects of these programs.

As a newly-hired recent graduate serving as a Community Planner in the PDP, you will:

  • Review transportation plans, environmental and project development technical reports, impact analyses, and other documents.
  • Participate with other Federal agencies and State Departments of Transportation and recommend changes to project plans and designs to eliminate conflicting factors relative to highway issues (with the goal of advancing Federal-aid programs and projects).
  • Coordinate programs and projects with other Federal, State, and local agencies, public officials, historic preservation offices, local developmental authorities, and other affected non-Federal organizations.
  • Participate on interdisciplinary team reviews or activities, work groups, and task forces to address project or program issues or to ensure implementation for the transportation planning and project development processes. Demonstrate and promote new planning processes, procedures, techniques, and technology to the State, local agencies, and other groups.
  • Participate in public involvement programs. Attend public hearings, agency meetings, and technical discussions to obtain information and data that have an impact on highway programs and projects. Prepare and present technical findings and project information.

Application Deadline: 12/13/2021

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Posting Date: 12/11/21 
Position: Community Planner (Transportation)
Company/Organization: Planning and Programs Branch, Eastern Federal Lands Highway Division (EFLHD), Federal Highway Administration in Ashburn Virginia.

As a Community Planner (Transportation), you will:

  • Participate with the Planning Team Leader to ensure that the Federal Lands Highway Program transportation planning requirements are being met by Federal Land Management (FLM) partner agencies.
  • Participate with the Planning Team Leader in the coordination of transportation planning activities with FLM partner agencies or as requested by FHWA management.
  • Complete or manage the completion of planning studies, which may include traffic data collection and analysis including GIS, origin destination surveys, land use planning capacity analysis of highways and alternative transportation systems, congestion management, and intelligent transportation systems applications.
  • Participate with the Planning Team Leader in the coordination of transportation planning activities with FLM partner agencies or as requested by FHWA management.
  • Develop and maintain contact with Federal, State, and local officials and organizations concerned or involved in EFLHD programs and attend various meetings as EFLHD representative.

Application Deadline: 12/15/2021

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Posting Date: 12/11/21 
Position: Assistant Planner
Company/Organization: City of Streetsboro

The Assistant Planner position performs professional and administrative duties related to city planning, zoning, and code enforcement. Responsibilities include, but are not limited to, initiating, implementing, monitoring, and updating municipal planning activities and community designs, grant writing, and review of all residential, commercial, and industrial development and redevelopment proposals. Responsibilities also include guiding growth to appropriate areas of the City as outlined in various City planning documents and building relationships with municipal departments, boards, businesses, and residents. The Assistant Planner reports directly to the Director of Planning and Zoning.

Application Deadline: N/A

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Posting Date: 12/11/21 
Position: Geographic Information System Manager
Company/Organization: Cleveland Metroparks

The GIS Manager plans, organizes, and directs GIS activities. The GIS manager is responsible for providing technical expertise and supervision of the day to day implementation of GIS activities, coordinates GIS needs from other departments and divisions, and coordinates public needs, in addition to managing GIS vendor contracts and project management.

 Essential Functions: 

  1. Effectively supervises assigned employees, including the following:
  2. Regular and predictable attendance is expected and required. All Cleveland Metroparks employees must be prepared to work flexible schedules, including evenings, weekends, and/or holidays as required.
  3. Establishes and directs the GIS vision, goals, and policies in support of the Park District mission: establishes vision for GIS technology, services, and capabilities in conjunction with Chief of Planning and Design and consultation of the CM Strategic Plan.
  4. Confers and coordinates with GIS personnel, department directors, managers, and other internal and external users to determine Park District wide GIS needs: provides administrative and technical support for software licensing; coordinates with Marketing, IT Services, Park Operations, and Strategic Initiatives to establish and fulfill varying GIS needs; works with Legal and Ethics office.
  5. Directs and manages the resources of GIS: Oversees specialized cartographic map production in conjunction with planning technician and GIS staff; works with Marketing, Park Operations, Strategic Initiatives, and Rangers to establish and fulfill varying GIS needs; works with Legal and Ethics office.
  6. Coordinates with the broader GIS community with GIS data sharing, GIS standards development, infrastructure and services sharing and coordination: Coordinates with other entities on data standards/dataset development and public engagement smart phone applications; presents at professional conferences and offers trainings/workshops on open source GIS software use.
  7. Develops and maintains GIS technical infrastructure in conjunction with GIS staff: Maintains infrastructure including PostgreSQL database paired with the PostGIS extension, a middleware layer, and front end web development.
  8. Negotiates consulting services and coordinates/monitors GIS contracts: Handles ongoing procurement processes.
  9. Travels to various locations, including remote locations, throughout the park district, the country, and globally to direct, provide consultation on, and coordinate GIS activities. Attends and presents at conferences, trainings, and workshops. Coordinates and participates in projects with other entities both nationally and globally.
  10. Keeps direct supervisor promptly informed of key/significant issues or concerns.
  11. Carries out duties and responsibilities in a safe and efficient manner to maintain a safe work environment and surrounding area for oneself, co-workers and public. Responds to hazardous situations and/or potentially unsafe conditions by taking corrective action as capable and promptly notifying supervisory personnel.
  12. Updates and enhances own knowledge by involvement in continuing education for professional growth (i.e., attends relevant conferences, seminars, in-service trainings, and certification programs)
  13. Performs related duties as assigned or apparent.

Application Deadline: 1/3/2022

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Posting Date: 12/11/21 
Position: Development and Program Coordinator
Company/Organization: Negev Foundation

The Coordinator is responsible for development efforts, including identifying new potential sources of funding and grant writing and preparation for projects the Foundation is involved within Israel's Negev desert and the Ohio-Israel Ag & CleanTech Initiative (OIACI).

Application Deadline: N/A

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Posting Date: 12/11/21 
Position: Public Policy Fellows
Company/Organization: Cuyahoga County Public Policy Fellowship Program

Students will gain an in-depth view of how County government operates during the fellowship. Possible activities include:

  • Research and analysis of new policies and initiatives
  • Working with senior staff on critical County projects and processes
  • Attending County Council meetings, staff meetings, community events, and press conferences

All fellows will participate in a series of enrichment activities highlighting key County programs, services, and functions, and will present their work to senior leadership at a symposium during the final week of the program.

Application Deadline: Applications must be received by January 31, 2022 at 4:30 p.m.

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Posting Date: 12/10/21 
Position: Community Lending Officer
Company/Organization: County of Summit, Ohio

Under general direction, the community lending officer will help administer loans through various programs through the Western Reserve Community Fund (WRCF), which is managed by the staff of Development Finance Authority of Summit County. WRCF, a Community Development Financial Institution (CDFI) provides financing, grants, and technical assistance for the development of small businesses and non-profits with a focus on small business, affordable housing, community facilities, commercial real estate, and minority business development lending, with each loan providing significant community impact. The primary duties of this position are to work with business people throughout the application, underwriting and loan closing process and develop and maintain lending/borrower relationships while identifying, and underwriting community development loans as well as ongoing program management. The community lending officer also has some responsibility for business development, education and marketing

The Community Lending Officer will work with community, business and public entity partners to identify potential clients and increase loan production activity. The primary focus of the Community Lending Officer is the management of WRCF’s loan pipeline and servicing clients. Responsibilities include, but will not be limited to, pre-qualification, pipeline management, underwriting and closing loans, and one-on-one coaching, technical assistance, and group education efforts. The Community Lending Officer will report to the WRCF’s Executive Director.

Application Deadline: December 31, 2021

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Posting Date: 11/30/21 
Position: Cleveland Foundation Public Service Fellowship
Company/Organization: Cleveland Foundation

Creating Pathways to Careers in Public Service
Launched in 2016, the Cleveland Foundation Public Service Fellowship immerses talented, emerging leaders from across the country in the work of Cleveland’s public sector, providing them an opportunity to develop their skills, enhance their networks, and jumpstart a career in public service.

The program includes:

  • A 12-month, full-time paid placement at a selected public sector agency in Cleveland, providing meaningful career-related work experience. The fellowship includes a $40,000 salary with health benefits.
  • Participation in professional development that prepares Fellows for 21st century public service, administered by Cleveland Foundation staff and professionals with expertise in their fields.
  • A small cohort with individualized coaching, supervision and support.
  • Immersion in the rich civic and cultural life of Cleveland, with first-hand opportunities to network and connect with a diverse array of senior leaders, organizations, and community members.
  • Due to the ongoing impact of COVID-19, as we move closer to September, we will be continuing to monitor and adjust the format of the 2022-23 Public Service Fellowship program in accordance with the ongoing guidance of public health experts and agencies. As part of the Leadership Development priority area, we remain committed to this program, but to ensure the safety of fellows and staff, please be aware that fellowship placements may be virtual, in-person, and/or a hybrid.

Application Deadline: February 28, 2022

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Posting Date: 11/11/21 
Position: Small Business Coordinator
Company / Organization: Metro West Community Development Organization

This position is responsible for developing and overseeing new programs and services, as well as providing active support for daily activities and operations related to the small business/entrepreneurship initiatives in the Metro West service area. This position will work with local organizations and partners to connect businesses to resources and to create and implement programs for small businesses and entrepreneurs.

  • Create and build upon existing relationships with business owners and entrepreneurs in the Metro West service area.
  • Develop and implement high-quality programs, services, and activities intended to improve small business conditions in the Metro West service area.
  • Connect businesses and entrepreneurs to programs, resources, and partner organizations.
  • Oversee daily operations of all programs, planning, tracking of budgetary items, and evaluating activities for positive outcomes and legal compliance.
  • Analyze programs during planning, implementation, and follow-up to verify quality and ensure activities and services achieve stated objectives and outcomes.
  • Organize weekly schedule and manage additional resource allocation as needed for special programs.
  • Prepare, modify, and file reports and documentation as necessary, including daily summaries of activities and incidents, post-program overviews, recommendations for future services, and analysis of overall program effectiveness.

Application Deadline: N/A

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Posting Date: 11/11/21 
Position: Intergenerational Programming & Volunteer Specialist
Company / Organization: Intergenerational Schools

Under the supervision of the Director of Education, the Intergenerational Programming and Volunteer Specialist is instrumental in connecting, creating, and guiding the multigenerational community within and far beyond our school walls. The person in this position has a personal belief in the power of intergenerational relationships, as well as an interest in program development and an understanding of teaching and learning. The ideal person for this role connects quickly and easily with others in a variety of settings and considers themselves a detail-oriented person. They also are able to take direction, respond to feedback, and are comfortable with self-starting and carrying out a shared vision in order to meet agreed upon outcomes. Further details of the position are listed below.

Overview:
To develop, plan and execute opportunities to ensure the highest quality experiences that support student and adult learning and extend Intergenerational Programming to the greater Cleveland Community.
 
Responsibilities:

  • Program Development
    • Work with the Director of Education to develop programming that aligns with the network’s education goals and state education standards.
    • Collaborate with teachers and community partners to develop Intergenerational Programs that foster opportunities for mutually beneficial intergenerational learning
    • Develop programs within a LOGIC Model/Theory of Change framework.
    • Create program metrics and evaluation tools to monitor the quality, effectiveness and impact of intergenerational programming
    • Support the logistics coordination of 8th grade trips, and other field trips as an Intergenerational Program
  • Volunteer Recruitment and Training
    • Develop and maintain a list of prospective and current volunteers in the CRM database
    • Create a cultivation/moves management strategy for developing and growing relationships with volunteers. 
    • Develop and execute model wide training for Learning Partners.
    • Host public information sessions on how to volunteer with the Intergenerational Schools.
    • Work with the school principals and teachers to plan and execute a robust schedule of mentor appreciation week activities.
  • Strategic Partnership Development
    • Develop and maintain a list of Intergenerational partnerships within the CRM database
    • Create a cultivation/moves management strategy for developing relationships with intergenerational partners.
    • Plan and execute an appreciation event for Intergenerational Partners at least once per year.
    • Host a public information session inviting community organizations to collaborate with the Intergenerational Schools on programming 
    • Develop and maintain strategic partnerships with community groups and institutions, including educational institutions, i.e. colleges, universities, area high schools, and professional educator organizations.
  • Program Administration
    • Create a yearly schedule of visits for each school to adult care and/or older adult communities
    • Arrange transportation for students and teachers to and from Intergenerational visits.
    • Establish and manage with the Director of Education, yearly budget needs for Intergenerational programming.
    • Develop all Learning Partner recruitment, training, “playbook” resources, and evaluation tools for the model.
    • Collect annual data on the quality of intergenerational programming across the model.
    • Work with the Advancement Director on grant submissions and reporting to funders.
    • Work with teachers and community partners to procure any resources needed to execute the intergenerational programming.

Application Deadline: 11/8/21 extended to Wednesday, November 17 at 5PM.

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Posting Date: 11/11/21 
Position: Sustainability Project & Grant Administrator
Company / Organization: City of Cleveland

Under general direction, performs major daily and project/program based administrative duties. Recommends and administers divisional/departmental policies and procedures. Prepares regular and special reports related to divisional/departmental operations. Performs other job-related duties as required.

Essential Functions:

  • Support implementation of various sustainability and climate action projects, policies, and programs in a variety of areas, such as: green building, local food, equity, sustainable transportation, clean energy, and waste reduction.
  • Oversee administrative tasks for sustainability projects, including: meeting coordination and preparation; drafting project documents; procurement and contracting activities; data collection and reporting; and other tasks as directed.
  • Interface between project teams and internal and external communications staff to support project communications and promote sustainability projects and initiatives within the community and among partners.
  • Assist with data reporting efforts for the Cleveland Climate Action Plan, LEED for Cities and Communities, the Sustainable Cleveland dashboard of indicators, the Carbon Disclosure Project, and other relevant reporting platforms.
  • Assist various City Departments and Divisions in identifying and implementing sustainability projects as directed.
  • Assist with development of federal, state, and local grant proposals, and grant administration/management, including grant reporting.
  • Monitor project or program operating budgets as needed, ensuring goals are met while staying within budget.
  • Monitor key performance indicators (KPIs} to measure effectiveness of projects and programs.
  • Draft requests for legislation for city­wide policies and ordinances as needed.
  • Provide support at community outreach events as needed.
  • Draft communications documents (press releases, blogs, emails, letters, etc.) as needed.
  • Attend meetings/events on behalf of the Director of Sustainability or Chief of Sustainability as needed.
  • Coordinate and plan meetings and special events including registration, communicating with speakers, sponsors, and special guests, as needed.
  • Assist with planning efforts for Mayor Jackson’s annual Sustainable Cleveland Summit.
  • Perform other job-related duties as required.

Application Deadline: 11/19/2021 11:59 PM Eastern

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Posting Date: 11/11/21 
Position: Energy Analyst
Company / Organization: City of Cleveland

Under administrative direction, is responsible for planning and adminstering a specific project or program for a City department. Serves as the administrative supervisor on projects or programs. Plans, assigns, supervises, and reviews activities of subordinate personnel. Monitors the project or program's operating budget and assists in the annual preparation of same. Designs, implements, and monitors procedures utilized in program evaluation. Develops and secures commitments from other City departments and agencies to provide services to program participants. Provides technical assistance or reviews program policies and procedures. Maintains current information and oversees the preparation of project status reports. Prepares financial and narrative reports and program applications. Communicates project/program status and information to municipal officials and/or public and private entities. May supervise employees assigned to the respective project. Performs other related duties as required.

Additional Departmental Duties

  • Coordinate and lead various Energy Management projects and tasks under the direct supervision of the Energy Manager.
  • Assist the Mayor’s Office of Sustainability staff with other sustainability projects and initiatives, as required.
  • Work closely with the City’s Property Management, Office of Capital Projects and other relevant divisions, to plan, design and implement energy management and renewable energy projects. 
  • Conduct energy assessments and energy audits of City facilities, including but not limited to collecting and validating basic facility and energy use information, reviewing assessment reports, interacting with vendors and professional service consultants, and interfacing with Building Automation Systems (BAS).  
  • Coordinate the implementation and support of the City of Cleveland’s comprehensive Energy Data Management System (EnergyCAP) including data import, quality and validation, vendor support, reporting and other analytical tasks.
  • Coordinate the benchmarking of energy consumption of City of Cleveland’s buildings and facilities in Energy Star’s Portfolio Manager.
  • Assist with energy supply procurement and periodic monitoring of rates/tariffs, accounts consolidation and savings opportunities. 
  • Interact directly with utility providers, suppliers and procurement consultants, to facilitate the periodic review of utility and supplier bills.
  • Coordinate conducting user meetings, metrics and training sessions related to energy management, across the City.
  • Assist with updating the City of Cleveland’s annual Greenhouse Gas (GHG) Inventory for City Operations and the community.
  • Coordinate the implementation of Sustainable Building Policy items for City facilities, such as LEED certification.
  • Assist with Sustainable Transportation initiatives, such as the analysis and deployment of Alternative Fuel Vehicles and Electric Vehicle Charging Infrastructure, for city operations.
  • Assist with the coordination of Energy Management, Green Buildings and Sustainable Transportation related actions of the City of Cleveland’s Climate Action Plan, such as community energy efficiency and renewable energy projects. 
  • Interact with community organizations such as the Cleveland 2030 District and the Greater Cleveland Partnership (GCP/COSE).
  • Assist the Energy Manager with other applicable energy management tasks in the fields of energy efficiency, conservation and renewable energy, as necessary.

Application Deadline: 11/19/2021 11:59 PM Eastern

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Posting Date: 11/10/21 
Position: Multiple positions: Planner I, Planner II, Planner/Engineer 2, Planner III, Planner/Engineer 3, Senior Planner/Engineer, Communications Specialist III
Company / Organization: Northeast Ohio Areawide Coordinating Agency (NOACA)

See position descriptions for more information. 

Application Deadline: N/A

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Posting Date: 11/10/21 
Position: Marketing and Business Development Coordinator
Company / Organization: OHM Advisors (Positions in Akron, Cleveland, and Columbus)

As an integral member of the firm’s dynamic Marketing and Business Development Team, the Business Development Coordinator plays a key role in supporting the firm’s growth initiatives. Working in lockstep with leaders throughout the firm, the Business Development Coordinator develops and implements creative approaches to expand the firm’s client base and portfolio through market research and the development of proposals, presentations, and other collateral.

The ideal candidate is detail-oriented, has exceptional communication skills, and thrives in a fast-paced environment. Strong team leadership skills, as well as the ability to function both collaboratively and autonomously, will be essential to success in this role. 

If you have a quest for learning new things, a passion for developing compelling and thought-provoking written and graphic content and are motivated to be part of a team dedicated to advancing communities through innovative and sustainable design, we’re looking for a team member like you in our Columbus, Cleveland, or Akron office.

Your Responsibilities

  • Produces proposals and letters of interest for a wide variety of client types across all OHM Advisors’ service lines (engineering, construction, architecture, planning, surveying, GIS, landscape architecture, and more).
  • Leads teams through the proposal development process including facilitating strategy sessions, writing content, assembling materials, and driving production schedules.
  • Designs presentations and proposals that address client needs while maintaining alignment with overall internal brand guidelines and messaging.
  • Prepares presentations for client interviews.
  • Follows the established proposal process and generates ideas to help streamline and improve that process.
  • Continually stays informed on best practices for proposal development.
  • Assists with client research and data presentation in support of business development efforts.
  • Interfaces with partners both external and internal throughout the proposal process.
  • Collaborates with discipline leaders to support and enhance cross-selling.
  • Monitors and distributes published RFPs/Qs internally.
  • Performs QA/QC reviews on proposals and other collateral, offers suggestions for improvement written content, graphics, messaging, and more.
  • Assists with maintaining current business development data and collateral in keeping with the Company’s overall systems and procedures.

Application Deadline: N/A

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Posting Date: 11/9/21 
Position: Planner II
Company / Organization: Trumbull County Planning Commission

Under the direction of the Director and Assistant Director, is primarily responsible for Trumbull County’s Community Development Block Grant and other grant programs.

70% Grant Programs (CDBG and other)
15% Comprehensive Plans
10% Web Site Updates
5% Technical Assistance, Grant Writing and Research

Application Deadline: N/A

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Posting Date: 11/9/21 
Position: Senior Vice President of Equitable Neighborhood Revitalization & President of New Village Corporation (NVC)
Company / Organization: Cleveland Neighborhood Progress

The SVP of Equitable Neighborhood Revitalization and President of NVC’s primary responsibility will be to ensure that the real estate, placemaking and economic development staff are aligned with the needs identified by the CDC relationship managers, a newly formed team under the SVP of CDC Advancement 2 & Resilience. This will require prioritization and coordination with the SVP of CDC Advancement & Resilience, the CDC Relationship Managers and the President of VCC. Another core responsibility will be to determine the best way to further integrate NVC and its Board into CNP.

Key Responsibilities Include:

  • Develop a strong working relationship with the SVP of CDC Advancement & Resilience to ensure alignment between CDC Relationship Managers and Neighborhood Planning Advisory and Real estate teams;
  • Support the efforts of the VP of Real Estate to develop a comprehensive strategy to rebuild real estate capacity in Cleveland’s neighborhoods;
  • Determine the best way to further integrate NVC and its Board into the parent company to ensure strategic alignment;
  • Serve as the President of New Village Corporation (NVC), overseeing its portfolio of real estate projects and reporting to the NVC Board in a manner consistent with the requirements for operating a high-quality real estate company;
  • Manage staff engaged in neighborhood planning, stabilization, urban greening, public art, real estate development and lending. Coordinate with staff to assist the community development corporations in advancing a comprehensive regional market recovery approach to neighborhood revitalization.
  • Build new and existing relationships to develop new partnerships and collaborations to advance neighborhood agendas as appropriate. Coordinate local and national consultants and external partners to assist the community development corporations by identifying best practices and methods to build capacity to carry out their neighborhood agendas.
  • Monitor expenditures and operate within established program guidelines and allocated budgets.
  • Develop staff by coaching, counseling, and guiding employees, and planning, monitoring and appraising staff results.
  • Collaborate with the Director of Fund Development to identify opportunities and prepare proposals for funding support from foundations, corporations and various local and national sources

Application Deadline: N/A

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Posting Date: 11/9/21 
Position: Senior Vice President of CDC Advancement & Resilience 
Company / Organization: Cleveland Neighborhood Progress

Reporting to the SVP of Advancement & Resilience, the Vice President of Leadership & Organizational Development will utilize feedback from the CDCRMs and the data from the Strategic Planning consultants at EYDAS to develop a maturity model for CDCs. The maturity model needs to establish baseline offerings and services that every CDC must be capable of offering their community. Additional enhanced and aspirational services will be layered on top of this baseline. The VP and of Leadership & Organizational Development will then be responsible for developing the pipeline of trainings through which CDCs can advance from baseline services to enhanced, and from enhanced to advanced.
With a maturity model in place, the SVP of Advancement and Resilience, the VP of Leadership & Organizational Development and the Grants Manager will develop a suite of grant programs to match where any given CDC sits on that model in the latter half of 2022 and into 2023, prior to the next Strategic Investment Initiative grant cycle.

Key Responsibilities Include:

  • Hire and build a team of CDC Relationship Managers.
  • Ensure work of SVP of Equitable Neighborhood Revitalization, SVP of Advocacy & External Relations and President of VCC are all aligned around CDC needs and priorities.
  • Support the work of the VP of Leadership & Organizational Development to create a maturity model for CDCs and develop accompanying capacity building and training programs under the umbrella of the Progress Institute.
  • Work with the Grants Manager and the SVP of Leadership and Organizational Development to develop a new cadre of grants programs, culminating in the “Community Equity Investment.”
  • Support the work of the SVP of Finance & Shared Services and the VP of Leadership &
  • Organizational Development to create a portfolio of shared services that CDCs can opt into.
  • Support the CEO & President in Fund Development efforts for CNP and the CDC system.
  • Build new and existing relationships to develop new partnerships and collaborations to advance neighborhood agendas as appropriate.
  • Provide strong, strategic leadership to achieve measurable and continuous improvement in
  • Cleveland's competitiveness by identifying, developing, and overseeing all CDC Advancement programs.
  • Collaborate with staff to identify opportunities, prepare proposals, and prepare reports for funding support from foundations, corporations and various local and national sources.
  • Report regularly on achievements toward those clearly defined goals.
  • Monitor expenditures and operating within established program guidelines and allocated budgets.
  • Develop staff by coaching, counseling, and guiding employees and appraising staff results.
  • Operate as a liaison to community development corporation staff in a supportive manner, including conducting site visits, interviews, and evaluation of workplans, production, and performance.

Application Deadline: N/A

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Posting Date: 11/9/21 
Position: Chief of Staff & Operations
Company / Organization: Cleveland Neighborhood Progress

This is an exciting time to join Cleveland Neighborhood Progress as they build and grow their outstanding reputation in Cleveland, OH. With a new CEO onboard, this position has been created to enhance the overall operational strategies and tactics while building a strong rapport with the leadership and overseeing the milestones of the strategic plan. Reporting to the CEO and serving as an integral member of the senior management team, the Chief of Staff & Operations will be a mission-focused, seasoned, strategic, and process-minded leader with experience scaling an organization, leading an executive management team, and developing a performance culture among a group of diverse, talented individuals. The Chief of Staff & Operations must be a leader who is able to help others deliver measurable, cost-effective results that make the vision a reality. Importantly, the successful Chief of Staff & Operations will have the skills, sensitivity, and personal confidence to tap into the power that each member of the team brings to this mission. She/He will also be responsible for advancing the racial equity agenda and building a strong culture of diversity, inclusion, belonging and respect for all.

This is an outstanding opportunity for an operational leader with a proven track record of innovation, change management, relationship building, and cultural excellence to join in a highgrowth, mission-driven and passionate organization.

Application Deadline: N/A

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Posting Date: 11/9/21 
Position: Business Outreach Manager
Company / Organization: FutureHeights

The Business Outreach Manager engages the small business community in Cleveland Heights, especially women- and minority-owned businesses and those located within underserved business districts, to foster economic development and build community. In addition, the position will manage the annual Best of the Heights awards program and Heights Observer distribution. Our vision is to have thriving local businesses and business districts that contribute to an equitable, prosperous and vibrant future for our community. The Business Outreach Manager is a new, part-time position, reporting to the Executive Director.

Application Deadline: N/A

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Posting Date: 11/9/21 
Position: Housing Programs Coordinator
Company / Organization: City of South Euclid 

Responsible for the administration and day-to-day implementation of the city’s housing code enforcement program including administering the vacant building, rental registration, and nuisance abatement ordinances. Maintenance of Citizen Serve code enforcement data base and data entry related to housing code violations. Monitor follow up of open violations. Represent the department during applicable housing court proceedings. Respond to complaints and inquiries at the Housing Department window as well as via phone and email, and other duties as assigned.

Application Deadline: N/A

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Posting Date: 10/31/21 
Position: Research & Database Manager
Company / Organization: Natural Resources Division | Cleveland Metroparks 

The Research & Database Manager develops and evaluates ecological and social research and monitoring related to the natural resources of the Park District as affected by global and local influences, including climate change, stormwater, wildlife, invasive species, pests, public use, and management actions. This position provides experimental design, statistical analysis, and database management support to Natural Resources Division staff and explores innovative techniques and approaches to accomplishing research and monitoring goals. Responsibilities include collaboration with ongoing projects in the Long-term Terrestrial and Aquatic Resource Monitoring and Assessment Program, wildlife research and management, and other ecosystem research initiatives. This position also works closely with collaborators (university faculty and students, community scientists, other regional park districts) to provide scientific guidance and technical assistance during the development and execution of projects to ensure protection and enhancement of the Park Districts’ resources and is responsible for managing the issuance of research and collection permits and a research grant program.

Application Deadline: 11/15/2021

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Posting Date: 10/29/21 
Position: Planner I
Company / Organization: City of North Port, Florida

The position of Planner I performs professional level long-range or current planning activities related to growth and orderly development of the City in accordance with the Comprehensive Plan and other statutes, ordinances, and regulations related to land use. This position reports directly to the Planner III.

Essential Job Functions

  • Develops planning studies and reports is support of new and updated plans, programs and regulations.
  • Reviews or assists in the review of moderately difficult development proposals and site plans for conformance with codes, plans and regulations.
  • Prepares and presents detailed reports on development proposals to governmental bodies
  • Collects a variety of statistical data and prepares reports and maps on topics such as census information, land use, tax base data, and occupancy rates.
  • Evaluates or assists in the evaluation of re-zonings, ordinance amendments, site plans, special use permits, variances and other proposals.
  • Acts as liaison between community groups, government agencies, developers and elected officials in developing neighborhood plans.
  • Coordinates community review of public and private development projects.
  • Provides information to the public regarding development regulations.
  • Assists in resolving citizen and customer issues.
  • Oversees the work of consultants and interns.
  • Conducts field evaluations and assessments.
  • Attends evening and weekend meetings.

Application Deadline: 11/5/2021 5:00 PM

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Posting Date: 10/29/21 
Position: Business Development Specialist
Company / Organization: City of North Port, Florida

Provides professional level support to the Economic Development Program Manager through economic development and redevelopment planning, marketing, and research work in implementing the City's Economic Development Strategic Plan.  Critical attention must be paid to the creation or a cooperative business-friendly environment.
 
General responsibilities include coordinating and implementing projects and programs that support commercial, office and industrial development; business attraction; business retention; development of public facilities and infrastructure; small business development initiatives; and other economic development, redevelopment or capital improvement programs or projects.
 
To be successful, the incumbent must be able to carefully market these programs and support services through coordination with other outreach and marketing services that are City-serving.

Application Deadline: 11/5/2021 5:00 PM Eastern

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Posting Date: 10/26/21 
Position: City Planner
Company / Organization: Tupelo, Mississippi

The City Planner is responsible for overseeing the planning activities in the City of Tupelo. These activities include administration of the City’s long-range plan and subsequent planning and zoning functions. The City Planner will work with the City administration to set department priorities, oversee updating the City’s comprehensive plan, implementing and managing long-range projects, implementing the comprehensive plan, aiding with economic development, developing and implementing strategies of overlay districts, administer zoning policy, assist with design review, and oversee code enforcement. The City Planner will have unique opportunities to work on projects in neighborhood redevelopment, recreational asset development, bike & pedestrian infrastructure, and downtown/urban redevelopment.

Primary Responsibilities

  • Manage good customer relations in the administration of planning and zoning matters. Contact with the public is extensive and involves communication of complex information often requiring tact and diplomacy.
  • Develop long-term work program for the department. Assists the Director in the preparation of the annual department budget to be presented to the Mayor and City Council.
  • Manages budgetary items satisfactorily.
  • Supervision of planning staff.
  • Supervision of day-to-day zoning, subdivision, and all other land use permit activities. Reviews (or delegates to staff) all departmental reports and presentations.
  • Directs the efforts of periodic comprehensive plan updates, ordinance and resolution preparation, preparation of program and project plans.
  • Responsible for short and long-range decisions in comprehensive and current land use planning and code administration.
  • Informs the Mayor and Council of upcoming events and impacts affecting City land use practices and policies.
  • Serves as the principal technical planning representative for the City Planning Committee, City Council, the Tupelo Redevelopment Authority, the Major Thoroughfare Committee, and the Design Review Committee.
  • Evaluates planning-related legislation and applicability to the city and departmental functions.
  • Possesses a familiarity with applicable city planning laws, statutes, and ordinances.
  • Coordinate and oversee departmental consultants.
  • Incorporates updates into the Development Code.
  • Familiarity with Geographic Information Systems is desirable.
  • Other duties as assigned.

Application Deadline: N/A.

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Posting Date: 10/26/21 
Position: Transportation Director
Company / Organization: Ohio Mid-Eastern Governments Association

The Ohio Mid-Eastern Governments Association (OMEGA) has an immediate opening for a Transportation Director. A Bachelor’s degree in City & Regional Planning, Geography, Civil Engineering with a focus in transportation, or other related field and a minimum of five years of demonstrated transportation planning experience is required. Graduate degrees may count towards years of relevant experience.

The selected candidate will manage OMEGA’s transportation program and staff. Responsibilities include leading the development and revisions to regional transportation plans, transportation grant writing, and providing technical assistance to local communities regarding: roadway safety audits and programs, traffic counts, asset management, and active transportation systems. Responsibilities also include participation in statewide planning activities, meetings with federal, state and local officials; leading public outreach efforts; and other duties as assigned. Strong oral and written communication skills are required. Knowledge of Ohio transportation systems and community/regional planning is preferred. Regional travel and evening meetings will be regularly required. This is a full-time 40-hour per week position and salary is based upon education and experience. The successful candidate must possess a current valid Ohio driver’s license and be willing to attend evening meetings.

Application Deadline: November 5, 2021

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Posting Date: 10/26/21 
Position: Historic Preservation Coordinator
Company / Organization: City of Kalamazoo

The Historic Preservation Coordinator is the City’s staff lead for historic preservation in Kalamazoo. This is a unique position in city organizations, as Kalamazoo is one of just a few Michigan cities with a full-time staff member dedicated to historic preservation. Kalamazoo has five local historic districts, eight districts listed on the National Register of Historic Places, and seventeen individual sites listed on the National Register of Historic Places.  The City is a Certified Local Government (CLG), which is a preservation partnership between local, state, and federal governments that promote preservation at the grass roots level. The Historic Preservation Coordinator leads the City to support our historic districts as well as, educate and promote our unique, local history to the public, and work with individual owners of historic properties – inside and outside the historic districts.

The Historic Preservation Coordinator serves as the liaison for both the Historic Preservation Commission (HPC) and Historic District Commission (HDC) and their work related to the coordination and development of historic preservation projects and enforcement of the Historic District Ordinance. Specifically, the HDC is a quasi-judicial board that decides the issues related to enforcing the Ordinance, regulating exterior work. The HPC advises the City on historic preservation issues, including the establishment of new districts and nominations to the National Register, and promotes historic preservation through education and events. HPC is expanding and shifting its focus to greater include the histories of indigenous and minority populations in Kalamazoo in its work.

The Historic Preservation Coordinator also leads the review of development permits in the local Historic Districts and would review any federally funded projects in the City (Section 106 reviews). The coordinator also works with Site Plan Review and Project Review to see that any new construction or rehabilitation of downtown buildings complies with the Downtown Design Review Standards

Application Deadline: 11/2/2021 11:59 PM Eastern

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Posting Date: 10/26/21 
Position: Mobility Manager
Company / Organization: Licking County Planning and Development

Licking County Planning & Development is a great team of people that have the privilege of guiding a fast-growing central Ohio community in various facets of development, infrastructure and quality-of-life. Our staff consists of multiple planning professionals that have the opportunity to impact our community through housing programs, transportation planning, land use & environmental controls and community planning. We achieve results through a variety of short-term projects and long-term planning efforts. We currently have a new position open and welcome your interest in joining our talented team.

The Mobility Manager is a specialized position with the Licking County Area Transportation Study (LCATS) and has a focus upon communication, collaboration and logistical efforts. As part of our team, the Mobility Manager will be responsible for the mobility management program, maximizing use of alternative modes of transportation to decrease isolation and improve quality of life for older adults, people with disabilities and people with low income. The Mobility Manager is also empowered to seek out additional trip service providers, initiate or assist in the development of new services that meet trip demand and coordinating partnerships for the services needed. All tasks and goals of the position are derived from the LCATS Long Range Transportation Plan and the Coordinated Plan.

Application Deadline: N/A

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Posting Date: 10/26/21 
Position: Fiscal and Policy Analyst
Company / Organization: Legislative Analyst's Office, The California Legislature's Nonpartisan Fiscal and Policy Advisor

The primary responsibility of a fiscal and policy analyst (FPA) is to be the LAO’s expert in the policy area to which he or she is assigned. These assignments fall into one of the following units in the office: Economy, Taxes, and Labor; Health, Developmental Services, and Technology; Higher Education; K-12 Education; Human Services and Governance; Public Safety and Business Regulation; and State Budget Condition.

Toward this end, an analyst:

  • Spends considerable time in the field learning first-hand how programs work in practice.
  • Keeps up on the laws and available literature in the program area.
  • Knows and stays in contact with legislative, administrative, and intergovernmental staff, as well as industry groups and nonprofit organizations in the assigned policy area.

The analyst uses this expertise to:

  • Identify and analyze budget and policy issues and develop options and recommendations for the Legislature to address these issues. These analyses are contained in reports, legislative assignments, and initiative and ballot pamphlet write-ups.
  • Testify before legislative committees on fiscal and policy issues.
  • Serve as a fiscal and program resource to legislators whenever needed.

Because analysts are nonpartisan fiscal and policy staff, it is essential their work be objective, analytical, accurate, and thorough. In addition, for the analyst’s work to be useful to the Legislature, it must be solution-oriented and performed in a timely manner.

Application Deadline: December 17, 2021

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Posting Date: 10/22/21 
Position: Municipal Planner - Zoning Examiner (Planning & Development)
Company / Organization: Shelby County Government

Works under general supervision of the Manager of Zoning Review to enforce the Memphis and Shelby County Unified Development Code and review. Work closely with public agencies, local governments, citizens, non-profit organizations, advocacy groups, and communities to promote sustainable practices and initiatives.

Duties and Responsibilities

1. Conducts review and issuance of permits, certificates of occupancy, and zoning letters.
2. Conducts zoning and site plan review for commercial and residential applications as part of the permit issuance workflow.
3. Analyzes and interprets the Unified Development Code and its subsequent amendments.
4. Assists applicants and customers with zoning inquiries and issues in the office, over the phone, and online.
5. Performs site visits to ensure zoning compliance.
6. Participates in permit issuance and assists applicants and customers with general information requests regarding the zoning code and process.
7. Performs other related duties as required or directed.

Application Deadline: October 27, 2021 at 11:59 PM CST

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Posting Date: 10/22/21 
Position: Ballot Box Openers
Company / Organization: Cuyahoga County Board of Elections

The Cuyahoga County Board of Elections is looking for assistance in unloading vans on their dock, transferring ballot boxes to carts for processing, and opening and organizing ballot boxes on election night November 2, 2021. The Office of Civic Engagement is hopeful that CSU Vikings can help the Cuyahoga County Board of Elections. They need a minimum of 125 individuals to assist them with this important democratic process! 

Duties of persons helping the Board of Elections are:  

  • Removing the ballot boxes from vans to carts and bringing the carts to the ballot box processing area.  
  • Vault Ballot Box Handlers: these are physically strong people that can lift upwards of 50 lb.   boxes throughout the night.  We will have approximately 200 such boxes.   
  • Ballot Box Runners: these individuals will move the ballot boxes from carts to the table, and once the ballot box openers have completed processing the bags, the runners will move the ballot boxes from openers’ tables to the storage vault. These individuals will need to be physically strong, as this process is demanding.   
  • Ballot Box Openers: these individuals will open the canvas ballot box, remove and organize its contents. 

Application Deadline: 11/2/21.

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Posting Date: 10/22/21 
Position: African American Cultural Heritage Fellowship
Company / Organization: Cleveland Restoration Society

The African American Cultural Heritage Fellowship at the Cleveland Restoration Society (CRS) provides an opportunity for one (1) promising emerging professional to help preserve and valorize historic sites in Cleveland that played an important role in the struggle for African American civil rights. Together with the Director of Preservation Services & Publications and other key CRS staff, the Fellow will help coordinate and implement the Cleveland Civil Rights Trail project.

The Fellow’s responsibilities will include:

  • Researching and curating content for the Cleveland Civil Rights Trail website;
  • Maintaining the Cleveland Civil Rights Trail website, including uploading content and creating new webpages in WordPress using pre-designed templates;
  • Coordinating and conducting up to 20 oral history interviews with elders from the community and editing them for upload to the website, social media, and our partners’ archives;
  • Coordinating public events, including: 3-4 Ohio Historical Marker unveiling ceremonies; 3-4 community storytelling and image digitization events; and one (1) webinar by a nationally renowned civil rights scholar;
  • Attending all Civil Rights Trail committee meetings; and
  • Assisting CRS staff and consulting scholars with other project-related tasks as needed, such as the preparation and submission of Ohio Historical Marker applications.

Application Deadline: To be considered for the African American Cultural Heritage Fellowship, please submit the following materials, combined into one PDF document, to jmiles@clevelandrestoration.org by 5:00 p.m. EST on Tuesday, October 26, 2021:

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osting Date: 10/21/21 
Position: Director of Marketing, Near West Partners
Company / Organization: Near West Partners

Near West Partners is seeking a Director of Marketing to oversee marketing and events for the Tremont and Ohio City neighborhoods. Near West Partners is an organization created in partnership between Tremont West Development Corporation and Ohio City Incorporated to work more efficiently and effectively in both neighborhoods by sharing staff, a real estate portfolio, and jointly managing neighborhood programs. The Director of Marketing will serve both neighborhoods and will be responsible for strategic leadership of the organizations’ branding, communications, events, and marketing initiatives. The ideal candidate will have an interest in community development and a passion for urban neighborhoods. 

Responsibilities: 

  • Design and execute all marketing collateral and professional materials for the organizations, respective neighborhoods, and programs ensuring all materials align with the organizations’ brand standards. Materials include, but are not limited to, annual reports, fund raising collateral, presentations, and postcards, etc. 
  • Manage digital communications for Near West Partners and respective organizations, including creating and managing content for social media outlets and email newsletters. This also includes developing strategies around these communications tools and tracking and reporting analytics. 
  • Work closely with staff to design and implement communications strategies for the organizations and neighborhood programs. 
  • Oversee production of printed editorial materials, including Ohio City’s quarterly mailer, In Your Backyard; and Tremont’s neighborhood newspaper, Inside Tremont. 
  • Develop and manage a public relations plan for the organizations that includes fostering relationships with the media, proactively pitching earned media, drafting press releases, and coordinating interviews. 
  • Maintain the organizations’ websites and oversee development of a new website for Ohio City Incorporated. 
  • While the organizations hire photographers for various events, an ideal candidate should be able to shoot and edit high quality photos for use in the organizations’ marketing materials and digital communications. 
  • Plan and execute the organizations’ annual fundraising events, annual meetings, and neighborhood activities. Responsibilities include program planning, budgeting, hiring and coordinating with contractors, soliciting donations, assisting with sponsorship management and recruitment, preparing permit applications, and volunteer coordination. 
  • Facilitate event partnerships in Tremont and Ohio City. 
  • Support the marketing needs of the organizations’ corporate sponsorship programs. 
  • Cultivate relationships with members of the community, organizational partners, and vendors. 
  • Serve as the staff liaison for committees that involve marketing and events. 
  • Attend Board of Trustees meetings and deliver presentations as needed. 
  • Staff some evening and weekend events and meetings. 

Application Deadline: Applications will be accepted on a rolling basis until position is filled.

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Posting Date: 10/21/21 
Position: Housing Program and Property Manager
Company / Organization: Near West Partners

Near West Partners is seeking a Housing Program and Properties Manager to oversee marketing and events for the Tremont and Ohio City neighborhoods. Near West Partners is an organization created in partnership between Tremont West Development Corporation and Ohio City Incorporated to work more efficiently and effectively in both neighborhoods by sharing staff, a real estate portfolio, and jointly managing neighborhood programs. The Housing Program and Property Manager will serve both neighborhoods and will be responsible for housing programs and property management across the Tremont West, Ohio City Inc, and Near West Land Trust property portfolios.

Objectives
Objectives for this position include:
Maintaining a high quality and fully leased rental portfolio for Tremont West, Ohio City and Near West Land
Trust owned properties.
FT, 40+ hrs, Mon – Fri. Some weekends required. Cleveland, OH

Essential Duties and Responsibilities

  • Leasing of units and turnover of vacant properties in timely manner
  • Enforcement of tenant leases and follow through on eviction cases
  • Ensure properties are secure and well maintained; work with residents and staff to meet or exceed
  • operational goals
  • Collect and manage monthly rent for Tremont West, Ohio City and Near West Land Trust properties
  • Process rental applications for Tremont West, Ohio City and Near West Land Trust properties; maintain property waiting list
  • Keep accurate logs and paperwork of all tenants and properties
  • Required monthly reporting to various agencies
  • Manage additional housing programs for Near West Partners including, but not limited to; Weatherization referral, SHAP referral
  • Pursue appropriate certifications in regards to low income housing property management

Application Deadline: N/A.

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Posting Date: 10/20/21 
Position: Loan Officer/Senior Loan Officer
Company / Organization: Enterprise

Enterprise Community Loan Fund (ECLF) is a certified community development financial institution and a member of the Enterprise family of companies. Since its founding in 1982, Enterprise, our controlling entity, has raised and deployed more than $43.6B in equity, grants and loans to support low income people and low-income communities including building or preserving nearly 585,000 affordable rental homes. For more information about Enterprise, please visit our website at www.enterprisecommunity.org.The Enterprise Community Loan Fund has an immediate opening for three (3) Senior Loan Officer/Loan Officer positions. The positions will have lending and portfolio responsibilities throughout Enterprise’s national footprint and may be based in Atlanta, Chicago, Cleveland, Columbia, MD, Denver, Detroit, District of Columbia, New Orleans, New York City, and Seattle.

Reporting to the Chief Lending Officer, the Senior Loan Officer/Loan Officer is responsible for underwriting loan requests in support of community development projects with particular emphasis on affordable housing and community facilities, including both interim/bridge, New Market Tax Credits leverage loans and permanent term loans. The position will support ECLF’s lending activities across its national footprint. The responsibilities also include managing a defined portfolio of loans from origination through repayment. The Senior Loan Officer/ Loan Officer is also expected to be the staff lead in multiple lending initiatives, working collaboratively with local staff of Enterprise Community Partners.

Application Deadline: N/A

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Posting Date: 10/20/21 
Position: Planner II (Vacancies)
Company / Organization: City of Columbus

Under direction, is responsible for performing fully skilled City or neighborhood planning, urban development or historic preservation work; performs related duties as required.

Examples of Work
(Any one position may not include all of the duties listed, nor do the examples cover all of the duties that may be performed.)

  • Formulates plans to meet the social, economic and physical needs of neighborhoods and develops strategic alternatives to meet these needs;
  • Conducts land use, building condition, and related studies by inspecting properties in designated areas;
  • Collects, organizes and analyzes information including physical surveys, data, opinion surveys and other forms of research to identify trends, issues and opportunity;
  • Reviews plans and proposals to determine compliance with adopted plans, City Codes, policies and guidelines;
  • Participates in multi-department meetings to discuss and evaluate development proposals:
  • Conducts a community-based planning process that provides a maximum opportunity for appropriate and representative community participation;
  • Develops appropriate guidelines, recommendations and policies that effectively address identified planning or preservation issues;
  • Facilitates the adoption of completed plans, policy documents, guidelines and other work products;
  • Utilizes geographic information systems for research purposes and to create mapping visuals and other materials;
  • Analyzes, interprets, and evaluates proposed development plans for zoning compliance;
  • Reviews and researches rezoning and council variance requests by conducting field studies and by reviewing zoning and permit histories and area plan recommendations;
  • Makes professional recommendations regarding rezoning and council variance requests and makes written and oral presentations to various boards and commissions meetings and/or City Council;
  • Works with applicants, neighbors, City departments, civic groups, and other political jurisdictions to resolve contentious development issues;
  • Provides technical assistance and expertise to community organizations, governmental agencies and historic architectural commissions;
  • Represents the office, section, department or City at various meetings, forums and committees.

Application Deadline: 10/22/2021 11:59 PM Eastern

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Posting Date: 10/11/21 
Position: Project Coordinator
Company / Organization: Neighborhood Leadership Development Program | CDC Leadership Program

The Project Coordinator is responsible for providing support and coordination to the overall day-today operations of NLDP/CDCLP. The Project Coordinator must be able to effectively and efficiently manage, administer and support the operation of the NLDP/CDCLP office and its programs. Reporting to the Executive Director, the Project Coordinator will carry out the responsibilities of the position as defined below:

Job Duties and Responsibilities: 

  • Manages day to day operational aspects of the programs as directed by the Executive Director.
  • Coordinates and monitors assigned projects in order to ensure effective operations and compliance with established standards.
  • Prepares printed session materials for all cohort participants.
  • Assists in preparing session and program communications and mailings.
  • Assembles, disseminates and collects session materials.
  • Organizes session materials for NLDP and CDCLP.
  • Schedules interviews for potential NLDP/CDCLP candidates.
  • Participates in NLDP Care Calls. • Prepares and manages distribution of recruitment materials to vendors and organizations.
  • Prepare and disseminate recruitment packets for Graduates and the general public.
  • Prepares and manages distribution of recruitment materials to vendors and organizations.
  • Attends all NLDP/CDCLP sessions, meetings and events as required.
  • Assist Executive Director with special projects and participant cohort sessions.
  • Assist Executive Director with other program elements of NLDP/CDCLP as needed.
  • Assists with communicating the goals of both programs to the broader public.

Application Deadline: 5:00 pm on Friday, October 29, 2021

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Posting Date: 10/11/21 
Position: Executive Assistant
Company / Organization: Neighborhood Leadership Development Program | CDC Leadership Program

NLDP/CDCLP are seeking an Executive Assistant for its leadership development and community engagement programs based in Cleveland, Ohio. A successful candidate must have a passion for leadership development in our community, a devotion to lifelong learning, and the ability to be flexible and be able to handle multiple responsibilities in multiple areas of the programs that will grow over time.

Position Description: Reporting to the Executive Director, the Executive Assistant will handle a wide range of administrative, organizational and executive support related responsibilities. The Executive Assistant uses discretion, judgment and knowledge of the organization when dealing with all persons related to NLDP/CDCLP.

Application Deadline: 5:00 pm on Friday, October 15, 2021

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Posting Date: 10/11/21 
Position: Redistricting Demography & Mapping Fellow
Company / Organization: Common Cause

As a Redistricting Demography & Mapping Fellow, you will work with Common Cause’s national Redistricting & Representation Team to provide support with demographic and spatial analysis to our state offices and partners. Your work will help to provide our state offices and partners with an analysis and critique of proposed and enacted district maps across the country, which will then assist with advocacy and litigation strategies. *This position can be conducted remotely. *This position can be utilized to fulfill university internship credit requirements.

Application Deadline October 15, 2021

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Posting Date: 10/11/21 
Position: City Planner
Company / Organization: City of Wooster

The City Planner is responsible for all aspects of planning, researching and analyzing data related to City planning and zoning. This position serves as an administrative liaison to various boards and commissions, and enforces the City’s planning and zoning codes. The position has substantial interface with all the departments of the City, city residents, developers and contractors. The City Planner will work cooperatively with others and establish effective working relationships with citizens, developers and public officials.

Application Deadline: Sunday, October 24, 2021

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Posting Date: 10/11/21 
Position: Executive Director 
Company / Organization: Knox Heritage 

The Executive Director of Knox Heritage is responsible for creating an atmosphere in which volunteers and staff can successfully meet the objectives of the organization’s mission. This action-oriented professional is responsible for day-to-day leadership, financial management, and growth of the organization and can cultivate and sustain a strong team-oriented culture with an emphasis on collaboration, results, and accountability. A successful Executive Director will ensure organizational financial sustainability, maintain a reputation for excellence, and identify opportunities for mission-related impact in the community.

Application Deadline: November 15, 2021

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Posting Date: 10/11/21 
Position: Site Coordinator
Company / Organization: After-School All-Stars

ASAS is currently seeking a passionate and talented Site Coordinator. The Site Coordinator, under the direction of the Program Coordinator, is responsible for the daily operation of the program, including, but not limited to, personnel, activities, data reporting, and general program operation. The Site Coordinator’s goal is to monitor program activities to assure quality programming. Programs may include, but are not limited to: Sports, STEM, Coding, Cooking & Nutrition, Outdoor Education, DJ/Music Production, Dance, Photography, and Creative Arts.

Application Deadline: N/A.

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Posting Date: 10/11/21 
Position: After-School Lead Instructors
Company / Organization: After-School All-Star

ASAS is currently seeking passionate and talented After-School Lead Instructors. After-School Lead Instructors are responsible for managing on-site classrooms, ensuring the safety of students, and facilitating daily implementation of each program. Programs may include, but are not limited to: Sports, STEM, Coding, Cooking & Nutrition, Outdoor Education, DJ/Music Production, Dance, Photography, and Creative Arts. AfterSchool Lead Instructors will report to Site Coordinators.

Application Deadline: N/A.

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Posting Date: 10/11/21 
Position: Adjunct Faculty
Company / Organization: Cleveland Institute of Art

The Cleveland Institute of Art seeks qualified applicants for an Adjunct Faculty position in Liberal Arts. The selected instructor will teach The Business of Art. This course provides an introduction to business for artists. Through applied practice, students will gain a foundational understanding of business models in the arts, financial literacy and budgeting, data analysis and data visualization, marketing, fundraising, organizational management, entrepreneurship, business communications, and other areas. This course will prepare students for success as arts professionals, administrators, and creative leaders.

Application Deadline: The position will begin in January 2022. Application reviews will begin immediately and will continue until the position is filled. 

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Posting Date: 10/6/21 
Position: Environmental Specialists (2 vacancies)
Company / Organization: New Jersey Pinelands Commission 

The Commission’s Regulatory Programs office is seeking two full-time Environmental Specialists. The primary responsibility of the position involves the review of land development applications for consistency with the environmental and land use regulations contained in the Pinelands Comprehensive Management Plan and the land use ordinances of the 53 municipalities comprising the Pinelands Area. Knowledge and/or experience with wetland delineation, soils, stormwater management, vegetation identification, threatened and endangered plants and animals, the Pinelands Comprehensive Management Plan and Pinelands Area municipal land use ordinances a plus, but not required. Position requires extensive interaction, meetings, and contact with applicants and the public. Some field work required. Candidate must have strong writing skills, be detailed oriented and willing to work independently.

Application Deadline: October 17, 2021

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Posting Date: 10/6/21 
Position: Planning Specialist (2 vacancies)
Company / Organization: New Jersey Pinelands Commission 

The Commission’s Planning Office is seeking two full-time Resource Planners. The positions will support a wide array of on-going programs as well as projects that arise to meet emerging environmental and regional planning priorities of the Commission. Responsibilities include review of complex land use issues and municipal ordinances and coordination with other state and local governmental agencies on land use planning or resource management issues and projects. The position may assist in land preservation, monitoring of intergovernmental agreements, rule development, and supporting the Pinelands Development Credit Program.

Application Deadline: October 17, 2021

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Posting Date: 10/1/21 
Position: Assistant City Planner
Company / Organization: City of Sanford, Maine

Sanford, Maine is seeking an Assistant Planner to work in its Planning & Development Department to apply professional knowledge and skills in land development and municipal planning issues. Work requires extensive contact with municipal staff, public agencies, developers, residents, and advocacy groups and affords considerable opportunity for independent judgment in work details, making technical determinations, undertaking planning research, analysis, policy development, project management, public process, facilitation, report preparation, and public presentation to the Planning Board and committees under the general supervision of the Director. 

Application Deadline October 29, 2021

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Posting Date: 10/1/21 
Position: Program Leaders 
Company / Organization: After School All-Stars

ASAS is currently seeking passionate and talented Program Leaders. Program Leaders are responsible for managing virtual and on-site classrooms, ensuring the safety of students, and facilitating daily implementation of each program. Programs may include, but are not limited to: Sports, STEM, Coding, Cooking & Nutrition, Outdoor Education, DJ/Music Production, Dance, Photography, and Creative Arts. Program leaders will report to Site Coordinators.

Application Deadline N/A

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Posting Date: 10/1/21 (Repost)
Position: Midtown Community Engagement Specialist
Company / Organization: MidTown Cleveland, Inc.

In partnership with Cleveland Neighborhood Progress, The Neighbor to Neighbor Cleveland Program (N2N) – a Cleveland Community Engagement and Data Collection Project - is designed to build community engagement and organizing capacity across Cleveland neighborhoods, as well as create a platform for collecting granular community-level data on the digital divide and tax foreclosures across the city. The data is expected to guide strategic investments and interventions to achieve digital equity for Cleveland and for the most impacted Cleveland residents.

The ideal candidate is passionate about Cleveland neighborhoods and residents and has a service leadership mentality – placing the growth and well-being of people and the communities to which they belong first and foremost. The candidate should be a problem-solver, good listener, and patient. This person should also enjoy developing relationships, working with diverse groups of people, and helping residents work though challenges they are facing.

Responsibilities include:

  • Working with the VP of Economic Development at MidTown and CNP’s Manager of Organizing and
  • Community Engagement to identify and determine which areas of the neighborhood to begin
  • outreach and engagement efforts
  • Building trust and developing relationships with community residents around digital access, literacy
  • and other quality of life issues
  • Connecting residents with resources available through the City, local nonprofits, & organizations
  • Recruiting, training and supervising resident community ambassadors
  • Coordinating logistics including mapping and handout materials for ambassadors
  • Collecting, inputting, and tracking field data from ambassador teams
  • Routinely convene with the CNP Manager of Organizing and Community Engagement and as part of a
  • cohort for peer-to- peer learning, mentorship, and assistance

Application Deadline Applications will be reviewed starting immediately until an appropriate candidate is identified. Resume and cover letter should be emailed to kstewart@midtowncleveland.org with the job description in the subject line.

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Posting Date: 10/1/21 
Position: Volunteer Services Coordinator
Company / Organization: Cleveland Kids’ Book Bank

 

The Cleveland Kids’ Book Bank is growing! We are seeking a Volunteer Services Coordinator who will focus on the volunteer experience. In five years, more than 6,000 people have volunteered at KBB. Without them, we could not sort, pack, and distribute 30,000 books a month!

The Volunteer Services Coordinator will provide excellent customer service to our volunteers, lead them through shifts and ensure they have a valuable experience. This is a full-time position. We anticipate that this individual’s time will be spent as follows: 80% “on the floor” greeting, orienting, and running volunteer shifts, with the remaining 20% spent on administrative work such as organizing the volunteer schedule and following up with individual and group volunteers. 

Application Deadline October 15, 2021

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Posting Date: 9/24/21 
Positions: Career Opportunities and Internships
Company / Organization: Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland
Webinar

Have you ever thought about what it’s like to work at the Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland? Do you want to learn more about the work we do and the communities we serve? Join us for FedUniversity to learn about our yearly summer internship program and exciting career opportunities for college and university students. You’ll learn about the application process, how to prepare for an internship, and how to make the most of your summer experience at the Bank. We will also feature a panel of speakers from different departments to talk about their career journeys, the work they do, and their experiences working at the Bank. A Q&A session will follow the presentation. 

The webinar will be held on Tuesday, September 28, 2021 at 12-1:30pm EDT

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Posting Date: 9/17/21 
Position: Urban Planner 
Company / Organization: KEITH

Job Description:

  • Manage complex planning studies, development applications and reviews consultant proposals.
  • Review and processes complex comprehensive plan amendments, rezonings, annexations, site plans, plats.
  • Preparation of planning documents and regulatory permitting/applications.
  • Assist/lead project management duties including coordination with all in-house and external disciplines.
  • Prepare presentations in graphic format that represent complex project information in simplified formats.
  • Represent Firm at meetings, presentations, organizations and activities.
  • Participate in firm sponsored personal/professional growth opportunities.
  • Assist with general planning tasks as required by various project managers.
  • Provide project/client management which will ensure successful completion of project goals.
  • Advocate for the KEITH team brand both internally and externally.
  • AICP is a plus.

Application Deadline N/A

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Posting Date: 9/17/21 
Position: Urban Design and Preservation Planner
Company / Organization: City of Memphis


Works under the direction of assigned supervisor to develop and administer the City's plans to protect and enhance historic structures and districts. Reviews applications and supporting documents, such as architectural plans, for new construction and renovation of structures within historic zoned districts and other areas of significance defined by the City's Comprehensive Plan. Contributes to design guidelines based on standards consistent with the City's Comprehensive Plan and historic overlay districts. Introduces recommendations to the Memphis Landmarks Commission, Land Use Control Board, City Council, and other bodies as applicable regarding applications submitted, potential historic districts, and design guidelines and standards. Contributes expertise in design and historic preservation to small area plans for the City. Reviews architectural and site plans for all multi-family and commercial projects. Provides technical assistance to property owners, architects, contractors, etc. regarding design review, historic tax credit information, and interpretation of historic guidelines. Assists the certified local government program and nominations to the National Register, including preparation of grants, reports, and monitoring of funds. Requires travel to conduct site visits, attend and planning presentations by driving to various locations across the City.

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Posting Date: 9/14/21 
Position: Executive Director
Company / Organization: Little Miami Watershed Network

The Little Miami Watershed Network (LMWN) is currently seeking a part-time Executive Director. The Executive Director will report directly to the Leadership Team. Compensation as an Independent Representative: $20 per hour for approximately 20 hours per week for 50 weeks.

LMWN is a Citizens Watershed Action Group that is interested in the Preservation and Protection of the Little Miami River and surrounding watershed. LMWN is a component of the Greene County Community Foundation that presents educational and volunteer programs to the public and supports other organizations working for the conservation of the LMR watershed.

Primary Job Responsibilities
1. Coordinate recruitment of members, trustees, and volunteers to provide financial
and personnel sustainability.
2. Represent LMWN at public events and collaborative meetings.
3. Staff oversight.
4. Project oversight.
5. Direct goals and activities of Strategic Plan.
6. Support Code of Regulations and Policies and Procedures. 

Application Deadline: Contact wendydyer4186@gmail.com by Sept. 15, 2021 for more information or to submit your resume, references and a statement of why you are interested in this position.

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Posting Date: 9/2/21 
Positions: Van Ballot Box Handlers, Vault Ballot Box Handlers, Ballot Box Runners, Ballot Box Openers
Company / Organization: Cuyahoga County Board of Elections

The Cuyahoga County Board of Elections is looking for assistance in opening and organizing ballot boxes on election night, September 14, 2021 for the Municipal Primary Election. For this election, they will need a minimum of 100 individuals to assist. This opportunity provides a behind-the-scenes view of the election night processes, as well as supporting and safeguarding our county’s voting rights. This is a great opportunity to see the election process and be civically involved. The only qualifications for hiring are to provide a social security number for payroll purposes; be over 18 years of age, and not be a convicted felon.

Application Deadline: N/A, but election day is on September 14, 2021.

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Posting Date: 9/1/21 
Position: Tax Site Coordinator
Company / Organization: Northwest Neighborhoods

Site Coordinators will help to recruit and supervise volunteers at their respective Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) site. Site Coordinators are responsible for troubleshooting minor technical issues with the TaxSlayer software, answering client and volunteer tax questions, attending mandatory site coordinator training, and all Site Coordinators must obtain Site Coordinator Certification as well as Advanced Level IRS Certification (training is provided through The Cuyahoga EITC Coalition). Site Coordinators will also be responsible for monthly and annual reporting and end-of-season debriefing with Cuyahoga EITC Coalition staff.

This position will be responsible for partnering with Northwest Neighborhoods CDC (NNCDC) for the Gordon Square Arcade (6516 Detroit Avenue). The position requires limited availability October 2021 - December of 2021 (approximately 10 hours/week) and flexible availability January 2022 - April 2022 (approximately 25-30 hours/week).

Application Deadline: Friday, September 10, 2021 at 5:00pm

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Posting Date: 8/31/21 
Position: Restoration Ecologist
Company / Organization: The Nature Conservancy

Essential Functions
Primary responsibilities involve identifying, evaluating, and managing multiple restoration projects, including developing concept plans, reviewing and implementing design plans, developing scopes of work, budgets, requests for proposals, contracts, and grant applications, coordinating and overseeing contractors, and performing ecological assessments. Additional functions include building relationships with and capacity of partners, coordinating community support, assisting with accessing funding to advance projects, and meeting deadlines, all in coordination with TNC staff and partners to implement successful projects.

Responsibilities and Scope

  • Manages all elements of restoration planning and projects.
  • Under minimal supervision, makes independent decisions based on analysis, experience, and context.
  • Financial responsibilities include developing and managing budgets and negotiating and contracting with vendors.
  • Ensures project compliance with internal policies and external requirements.
  • Gains cooperation from outside parties to accomplish program goals.   
  • May work in variable weather conditions, at remote locations, on difficult and hazardous terrain under physically demanding circumstances.
  • May supervise staff/volunteers.

Application Deadline: 11:59pm EST on September 13, 2021

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Position: Watershed Manager – Region 2
Company / Organization: Ohio Department of Agriculture

The Ohio Department of Agriculture is currently seeking self-motivated candidates for a Watershed Manager – Region 2 position in the Soil and Water Conservation Division, H2Ohio Initiative, headquartered in Cuyahoga County. The duties for the Watershed Manager – Region 2 position include but are not limited to:

  • In the Division of Soil & Water Conservation coordinates watershed planning & management activities with Soil & Water Conservation Districts (SWCDs) & water quality management partners & stakeholders
  • Coordinates & assists with the assemblage of relevant watershed characteristics & conditions sufficient to determine primary causes & sources of water quality degradation with focus on agricultural nonpoint sources, cost-effective Best Management Practices (BMPs), critical areas, timelines, milestones, funding sources, education/outreach, & monitoring & evaluating elements of local & regional watershed plans
  • Provides support for the establishment of a certification program for farmers in the region, utilizing BMPs that minimize impacts to water quality
  • Supports water quality programs of the department (e.g., H2Ohio)
  • Meets with SWCD staff to develop program guidelines & ensure proper delivery according program criteria (e.g., evaluate program documentation, participate in development of program requirements, etc.)
  • Assists with tracking & management of databases for water quality projects
  • Provides trainings & demonstrations to SWCDs & farmers & land users in the region
  • Promotes implementation of water quality BMPs (e.g., 4Rs, grazing management plans, etc.)
  • Facilitates development of reports & information for various audiences including local, regional & state partners & stakeholders, including an annual report to the Director of Agriculture for the assigned watershed region detailing water quality conditions & improvements, best management practices implemented, progress toward established goals & objectives, funding utilization & planned action for the subsequent year
  • Serves as coordinator &/or participant on basin committees
  • Assists with modeling & utilizing Geographic Information Systems (GIS) & other modeling/mapping tools available for watershed planning & program implementation
  • Provides expertise on relevant issues related to water quality in the region, with a focus on agricultural land use (e.g., nutrient management, agronomic BMPs, grazing, livestock & manure management, etc.) & other areas of concern as appropriate (e.g., stream bank erosion

Application Deadline: August 26, 2021 at 11:59pm.

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Posting Date: 9/2/21 
Position: Director of Development
Company / Organization: Beck Center for the Arts

As a member of a six-person management team, the Director of Development is responsible for developing, implementing and managing a comprehensive development program to maximize contributed income in support of the mission of Beck Center for the Arts. Major components of the program include fundraising from individuals, corporations, foundations, and government; donor relations and stewardship; development systems, and communications. Leading a team of volunteers and staff, in partnership with the President & CEO, the Director of Development is responsible for completing the remaining 25% of a $6.7M capital campaign Creating Our Future during 2022.

The ideal candidate would be a highly organized, detail-oriented and energetic person with five-plus years of development leadership experience, a proven track record of fundraising and relationship-building, and preferably some capital campaign experience. A Bachelor’s degree is preferred, as well as strong written and verbal communication skills, high-level interpersonal skills, including tact and diplomacy. An affinity for arts and education is a must.

We offer a fun and flexible working environment with a unique arts and education mission. Full-time, competitive pay and institutional perks. To apply in confidence, please send your resume and salary requirements to Lucinda.einhouse@beckcenter.org. No phone calls, please.

Application Deadline: N/A

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Posting Date: 9/2/21 
Position: Compliance Planner
Company / Organization: Licking County Planning & Development

This position is primarily responsible for ensuring compliance with various land development regulations of Licking County. This includes the administration of county development regulations and the facilitation of violation resolutions through plan review, inspection, investigation, and communication.

Application Deadline: N/A

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Posting Date: 9/2/21 
Position: Assistant Planner
Company / Organization: Licking County Planning & Development

Works closely with senior planning staff conducting research, preparing written documents, assisting with the review of development proposals and addresses many of the less technical day-to-day administrative functions of the planning staff.

Application Deadline: N/A

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Posting Date: 9/2/21 
Position: Assistant Transportation Planner
Company / Organization: Licking County Planning & Development

Assists Transportation Study Director and Transportation Planners with various planning activities, plans, projects, and documents.

Application Deadline: N/A

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Posting Date: 9/2/21 
Position: Leasing Associate
Company / Organization: Sustainable Community Associates

Our mission is to develop joyful, connected communities—and much of that work begins with our leasing team, which sets a precedent for responsive relationship-building early in the resident’s search and application process. We are looking for a colleague who can help us grow while maintaining this central tenet of our identity.

We are eager to hire a leasing associate who will join our marketing and communications team, and will be responsible for guiding potential community members through the leasing process from inquiry to application. Our new colleague should be interested in fostering individual relationships while also being able to manage automated systems. With this in mind, they must be a superb communicator across a variety of written and in-person contexts, and must be capable of connecting with a broad range of constituents. Ultimately, the leasing associate is an ambassador for our communities and for the city itself.

The leasing associate will be responsible for responding to and nurturing potential community members. They will be expected to gain a thorough understanding of the SCA portfolio, and to provide personalized recommendations based on their understanding of the individual’s unique needs. They must turnaround communications relatively rapidly, and will play a key role in opening new buildings. They will help to create and implement relevant marketing strategies to attract and retain community members. Social media is considered an all-hands project at SCA, and the leasing associate will be no exception there.

Specific responsibilities include:

  • Connecting with inquiries via HubSpot, phone, email, or social media channels established by SCA
  • Cataloguing inquiries in HubSpot, managing contact information, and updating with accurate notes
  • Maintaining open communication with Operations to ensure applications move forward smoothly
  • Collecting and sharing competitor data and market research
  • Creating, managing, and participating in meaningful community events

Additional duties may be assigned based on prior experience or interests, and in response to the evolving needs of the team. Familiarity with HubSpot or similar CRM and social media management is preferred, but not required.

Application Deadline: N/A

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Posting Date: 9/2/21 
Position: Cleveland Metro Advocacy Director
Company / Organization: Ohio Environmental Council

The Ohio Environmental Council family of organizations seeks a new addition to our Field Advocacy team, a Cleveland Metro Advocacy Director. As the Cleveland Metro Advocacy Director, you will work at the local level to advocate for policies at the intersection of safe water, clean air, accessible public lands, and environmental justice in the Cleveland metro region. 

As the Cleveland Metro Advocacy Director, you will play a critical role in securing victories for clean energy and other environmental protections by working closely with OEC staff and local community partners. As part of the statewide Field Advocacy Team, you will also be working to propel local action to regional, state-wide, and national change through collaborative campaigns. 

Job Responsibilities

  • Support the creation, maintenance, and advocacy strategies to advance the Cleveland Comprehensive Environmental Policy Platform; 
  • Connecting relevant local sustainability issues to the Ohio Statehouse and Congress;
  • Building and maintaining key relationships with local elected officials and, high-level community stakeholders;
  • Collaborating with local partners and attending community events and meetings in the community;
  • Coordinating efforts between a strong and sustainable internal team and external coalition partners, advocating on energy, land, democracy, and water issues;
  • Working with staff to develop authentic and collaborative relationships with key partners, local opinion leaders, elected officials, and business leaders who can play important, strategic roles in the OEC family of organizations;
  • Represent the OEC while uplifting our commitment to justice, equity, diversity, and inclusion through the implementation of the Jemez Principles of Democratic Organizing and Rules of Partnership Engagement in all programming;
  • Understanding and working within the political landscape to build relationships and advance our agenda across a diverse set of individuals and organizations. 

Application Deadline: Applications will be considered on a rolling basis.Learn more about this position.


Posting Date: 8/27/21 
Position: ORT Ohio Development Assistant
Company / Organization: ORT Ohio

ORT Ohio is seeking a Development Assistant to work in a small office and handle general office and development administration.

Specific duties include:
• Manage day-to-day office functions
• Assist Associate Director on specific projects
• Answer main office phone and email inquiries
• Handle monies that come into the organization include deposits, tracking and acknowledgments
• Prepare materials for events and meetings
• Prepare and handle annual mailings
• Serve as on-site staff person for in-person events

Application Deadline: N/A

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Posting Date: 8/26/21 
Position: Sustainability/ESG Director
Company / Organization: PwC

As a Director, you'll work as part of a team of problem solvers, helping to solve complex business issues from strategy to execution.

  • Support team to disrupt, improve and evolve ways of working when necessary.
  • Arrange and sponsor appropriate assignments and experiences to help people realise their potential and support their long-term aspirations.
  • Identify gaps in the market and spot opportunities to create value propositions.
  • Look for opportunities to scale efficiencies and new ways of working across multiple projects and environments.
  • Create an environment where people and technology thrive together to accomplish more than they could apart.
  • I promote and encourage others to value difference when working in diverse teams.
  • Drive and take ownership for developing connections that help deliver what is best for our people and stakeholders.
  • Influence and facilitate the creation of long-term relationships which add value to the firm.
  • Uphold the firm's code of ethics and business conduct.

A career with our Sustainability-Future of Reporting services will enable you to help clients meet evolving stakeholder expectations for transparency on environmental, social and governance topics. You’ll work with clients to understand and navigate reporting standards (e.g. SASB, Integrated Reporting, GRI, TCFD), develop processes, controls and technology to support reporting and provide independent assurance over ESG disclosures to help clients keep pace with capital market expectations.

Application Deadline: N/A

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Posting Date: 8/25/21 
Position: Senior Planner; AICP, Urban Planning, GIS / SketchUp
Company / Organization: Full Service Architectural & Angineering Consulting firm via Integrity Technical Services, Inc.

A full service architectural and engineering consulting firm is seeking a Senior Planner who will be responsible for managing complex planning projects, rewrites of land development codes, coordinating inter-disciplinary project teams, technical development and client management.

Duties

  • Writing proposals, developing budgets and schedules, preparing and making public and client presentations and facilitating public meetings and workshops, generally at evening meetings.
  • Conducting research and preparing reports on land use, physical, social & economic issues.
  • Conducting review of development plans to determine conformity with client's local regulations.
  • Preparing expert opinions regarding development proposals, plan amendments, rezoning, and annexations on behalf of public or private clients.
  • Conducting review of development plans to determine conformity with client's local regulations.
  • Managing junior staff production time and mentoring/coaching junior staff
  • Potential projects may include county/local level comprehensive plans, neighborhood plans, downtown and community revitalization plans, corridor plans, park plans, and strategic plans.

Application Deadline: N/A

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Posting Date: 8/12/21 
Position: Community Engagement Specialist
Company / Organization: Slavic Village Development

Slavic Village Development (SVD) is seeking an energetic and team-oriented candidate for the full-time position of Community Engagement Specialist who will manage the “Neighbor to Neighbor Cleveland Program” in the Broadway Slavic Village neighborhood. The goal of the program is to collect high-quality household-level, neighborhood-wide information on digital and broadband access in conjunction with similar work taking place in other Cleveland neighborhoods in partnership with Cleveland Neighborhood Progress (CNP).

The Community Engagement Specialist will also manage up to three part-time Community Ambassadors—residents who will work with the Specialist to canvass their neighbors. This work will be accomplished within the context of SVD’s regionallyrecognized community building, youth development, household stability, and equity-building programs. The ideal candidate is an energetic, outgoing, and organized person who is committed to building wealth and stability for Cleveland’s most diverse neighborhood.

Application Deadline: Applications will be accepted until the position is filled.

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Posting Date: 8/10/21 
Position: Sr. Program Officer, Cleveland
Company / Organization: Enterprise Community Partners

The Senior Program Officer must have a strong commitment to housing solutions for justice involved individuals and be a creative problem-solver with a nuanced understanding of community development issues. They must be able to convene and lead diverse groups, and possess fine-tuned organizational skills to expertly manage projects, strong communication and writing skills, and be detail oriented. Successful candidates will be familiar with greater Cleveland’s community development and affordable housing landscape and partners.

Duties & Responsibilities

  • Lead the housing for justice involved initiative that involves program development and scaling, intensive stakeholder engagement, feasibility analysis, fundraising support, implementation, and outcomes tracking.
  • Establish community of practice that involves residents with lived experience.
  • Represent Ohio market on national Enterprise justice involved strategy and program group.
  • Collaborate with a diverse group of colleagues, public agency staff, developers, and community-based organizations.
  • Create community plans, white papers, program guides, case studies, and presentations.
  • Represent Enterprise externally as content expert, both in multi-stakeholder meetings and in more formal presentations.
  • Manage critical community relationships including ongoing partnership with Cuyahoga County Office of Reentry.
  • Partner with Enterprise fundraising staff on stewarding both current and prospective justice housing funders.

Application Deadline: N/A

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Posting Date: 8/6/21 
Position: Acquisitions Coordinator
Company / Organization: Redwood Living, Inc. 

Under the general direction of the Acquisition Operations Manager, the Acquisitions Coordinator will be responsible for maintaining data integrity within the acquisitions software while administratively supporting the associated team members. Additionally, they will pro-actively seek out ways to improve communications, processes, and procedures interdepartmentally. As such, you will be expected to act as a Redwood brand ambassador, promote our brand and provide the best resident experience possible. All Redwood employees are expected to conduct all organizational business and practices in accordance to Redwood company policies.

Essential Duties & Responsibilities

  • Support the Acquisitions Operations Manager along with all others within the department with Acquisition initiatives as needed
  • Assign individuals and due dates to tasks in Dealpath
  • Monitor, Audit and Update data in Dealpath as needed.
  • Assist the Acquisition Manager with file storage and deal creation within Microsoft SharePoint
  • Update software used by the Acquisitions Team (Google Earth and Regis)
  • Pull and analyze Regis Market Optimization Reporting/Demographics as needed
  • Perform a rent analysis on all new deals
  • Monitor competitor Multifamily housing
  • Routinely update expense reports for department personnel and works with accounting to submit expense reports accurately and on timely basis
  • Coordinate all due diligence proposals and reports between the Acquisitions Team and the Development Team
  • Ad hoc special projects
  • All other related duties, as assigned

Application Deadline: N/A

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Posting Date: 8/6/21 
Position: Community Development Director / City Planner
Company / Organization: City of Painesville

Position Objectives:

Administrative work performing a broad range of functions related to the development of long and short range physical development plans and administration of planning, zoning and code enforcement.  This position is responsible to maintain liaison with, and securing cooperation of departments, agencies, and organizations within and outside of the City. The position oversees the Community Development Department and serves as the City Planner.  Includes organizing, directing, administering and coordinating all activities of the Community Development Department and the Division of Planning and Zoning.

Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Supervises staff and oversees the day-to-day operations of the Community Development Department.
  • Preparation and administration of agenda, minutes, reports, visual aids, and other data for meetings of the Planning Commission, Board of Zoning Appeals, City Council, Housing Task Force, etc. as they pertain to the short and long-range planning in the community.
  • Recommends short and long-range planning initiatives.
  • Responds to technical questions of a zoning and planning nature; and administers the Zoning Code.
  • Reviews and approves a variety of zoning permit applications (i.e. zoning, signage, occupancy) and reviews and completes site plan review.
  • Administers design review standards.
  • Prepares, coordinates implementation and maintains the long-term planning including Painesville Comprehensive Plan, Downtown Master Plan, Transportation & Streetscape Plan and other related Policy Plans.
  • Acts as the Staff liaison to the Planning Commission and Board of Zoning Appeals as well as community groups, other departments, agencies and other organizations.
  • Responsible for researching and recommending modifications to the Unified Development Code.
  • Corresponds and advises applicants and staff regarding requirements of UDC.
  • Prepares budget and approves expenditure requests for the Community Development Department.
  • Performs field inspections to gather data as part of the development review process; verifies that development projects comply with approved plans.
  • Reviews permits; performs zoning compliance, including responding to complaints; issuing compliance letters; maintaining records of letters sent; and filing charges in Municipal Court; attends court pre-trials and trials.
  • Recommends capital improvements to be constructed, land to be acquired, location and timing of new facility and subdivision development.
  • Prepares grant applications and administrates grant awards for various community development and planning projects.
  • Submits recommendations to City Manager on street and alley vacations, extensions, widening and dedication.
  • Supervises work of consultants performing services for the department.
  • Assist with the economic development program as needed.
  • Administers enforcement of the zoning, building, housing and related development codes.
  • Performs other duties as required or assigned.

Application Deadline: Applications will be accepted until the position is filled.

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Posting Date: 8/2/21 
Position: Housing Development Associate
Company / Organization: Slavic Village Development

Slavic Village Development is seeking an energetic and team-oriented candidate for the full-time position of Housing Development Associate. The Housing Development Associate will assist with SVD’s scattered site housing rehabilitation sales programs, including but not limited to Slavic Village Rediscovered, Neighbors Invest in Broadway, and Maple Heights Home Ownership Program. The ideal candidate is committed to building wealth and stability for Cleveland’s most diverse neighborhood.

Application Deadline: Applications will be accepted until the position is filled.

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Posting Date: 8/2/21 
Position: Executive Director
Company / Organization: St. Clair Superior Development Corporation

The executive director of SCSDC will perform the following duties:

  • Collaborate with the board of trustees to develop a strategic plan for the future of the organization
  • Attract, cultivate, organize, and manage a talented staff to carry out strategic initiatives and programs
  • Actively build strategic relationships with neighborhood residents, businesses, stakeholders, funders, and other partners
  • Develop and manage an organizational budget and provide timely and accurate financial reports to the board of trustees
  • Champion St. Clair Superior’s story to a broad audience through an inspiring, unified message that generates positive brand identification and attracts investment
  • Create a funding plan to target needed resources and secure diverse and sustainable revenue streams
  • Consistently review programs/services and staff performance based on clear, measurable indicators and metrics

Application Deadline: N/A

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Posting Date: 8/2/21 
Position: Planner II
Company / Organization: Geauga County Planning Commission

General Duties and Responsibilities: Under the supervision of the Planning Director, the duties and responsibilities of the Planner II include, but are not necessarily limited to, the following.

1. Performs detailed review and processes applications for minor subdivisions, large lot splits, and other divisions of land in accordance with the County Subdivision Regulations and township zoning regulations. Assists with review of major subdivisions and easements as needed. Enforces and interprets such regulations to the general public, property owners, title companies, surveyors/engineers, and other interested parties; aids in formulating acceptable planning alternatives.

2. Completes complex planning and GIS mapping work tasks. Assists in the collection, compilation, and analysis of data in the preparation of various county and township land use plans, planning studies and presentations; develops charts, maps and related reports.

3. Well-developed knowledge of the principles, practices and techniques of urban/rural planning, GIS programs, land use theory, land use law and practices, economic development, environmental principles, and the ability to research and organize data into a clear, meaningful format.

4. Knowledge of subdivision and zoning regulations and the ability to interpret such regulations and explain them in a clear, concise manner, analyze proposals, and make recommendations.

5. Examines and offers recommendations regarding township zoning amendments.

6. Prepares staff reports and attends Planning Commission meetings and assists with meeting presentations. Attends day-time and evening meetings as needed with other government agencies and departments, external planning groups, and citizens in regard to planning information and the resolution of planning matters.

7. Responds to routine and specific inquiries from the public and the ability to convey information and ideas, both orally and in writing, in a professional manner.

8. Ensure that work products are finished in a timely manner and notifies the Planning Director of any unusual situations or unique problems.

9. Perform other duties deemed appropriate by the Planning Director.The foregoing statements are meant to describe the general nature of the work being performed by a person assigned to this position classification. This is not an all-inclusive list of the components of the job duties to be performed.

Application Deadline: Until Position is Filled

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Posting Date: 7/22/21 
Position: There are several positions. Please see details below.
Company / Organization: Western Reserve Land Conservancy (via Northern Ohio Watersheds Corps (NOWCorps) Program / AmeriCorps)

NOWCorps Community Forestry Specialist 
NOWCorps Urban Projects Specialist
NOWCorps Land Stewardship Specialist 
NOWCorps Stewardship Outreach & Data Specialist
NOWCorps Communications, Outreach, and Marketing Specialist

Application Deadline: N/A

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Posting Date: 7/20/21 
Position: Manager - Community Development
Company / Organization: City of Euclid

Responsible for complex grant coordination and administration related to the daily operations of the U. S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) and HOME Investment Partnership Program (HOME) funded programs and other planning and development related grants. This includes preparation of grant applications, corresponding with HUD officials and other grant agencies, preparing and submitting the CDBG budgets, assuring all grant expenditures are in conformance with related regulations, preparing and monitoring contracts, preparing reports, documentation, forms, and memos required to obtain and maintain funding from HUD, coordinating and documenting citizen participation processes and meeting with auditors and providing reconciled documentation for all grant related expenditures. Administers various grants and other special projects and performs related planning, development and administrative activities as needed. Works under the supervision of the Director of Planning and Development.

Application Deadline: N/A

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Posting Date: 7/20/21 
Position: Various
Company / Organization: Cuyahoga County Board of Elections

The Cuyahoga County Board of Elections plans to hire 100 people to work approximately 4 hours (with pay of $15 per hour) on Tuesday, August 3rd as:

  • Van ballot box handlers – Their duties include removing the ballot boxes from vans to carts and bringing the carts to the ballot box processing area. 
  • Vault ballot box handlers – These are physically strong people that can lift upwards of 50 lb. boxes throughout the night.  We will have approximately 200 such boxes.
  • Ballot box runners – These individuals will move the ballot boxes from carts to the table, and once the ballot box openers have completed processing the bags, the runners will move the ballot boxes from openers’ tables to the storage vault. These individuals will need to be physically strong, as this process is demanding.  
  • Ballot Box openers – These individuals will open the canvas ballot box, remove and organize its contents.  

This is a great opportunity to see the election process and be civically involved, and it is also a good way for an organization to raise funds. The only qualifications for hiring are to provide a social security number for payroll purposes; be over 18 years of age, and not be a convicted felon.

Application Deadline: N/A

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Posting Date: 7/19/21 
Position: GIS Applications Analyst II
Company / Organization: Northeast Ohio Regional Sewer District

Responsible for acting as team lead to deliver assigned aspects of the District's Geographic Information System (GIS) applications, including intranet, mobile and internet-based applications. Identifies and gathers requirements for new GIS applications and maps. Represents District GIS team in meetings with internal and external partners. Acts as liaison with District IT department to ensure 24-hour accessibility to GIS applications. Performs other duties of a similar nature as may be required.

- Administers (development, implementation and maintenance) District desktop, intranet, mobile and internet-based GIS applications.
- Performs comprehensive functional requirements and technical specifications for new applications.
- Performs development, testing, implementation, documentation, training and maintenance for District applications
- Provides training and guidance to District staff on GIS applications.
- Translates business requirements into technical specifications and functional requirements for Sewer District GIS applications.
- Serves as leader in the development of ongoing functional and programming specifications, application testing, implementation and documentation of GIS applications.
- Designs and develops database enabled applications with Python, JavaScript and ArcGIS Server, including tables, stored procedures and web-based user interfaces to meet the business needs.
- Recommends possible GIS solutions that impact the organization.
- Makes recommendations for improvements and enhancements to existing GIS applications or processes.
- Serves as liaison with staff to ensure successful testing and implementation of any new applications or existing application enhancements. Tests and approves desktop GIS and application upgrades.
- Works with GIS Services Manager to develop strategic and tactical project plans – including a District-wide GIS Strategic Plan.
- Provides training to District end-users on the utilization of Sewer District applications to meet business needs.
- Utilizes analytical and problem-solving skills, evaluating alternatives and recommending best solutions/courses of action to meet organization, customer and project/program needs.
- Builds and maintains good public and interorganizational relationships by encouraging and providing support and participation in activities that align with organization and stakeholder goals.
- Leads and/or performs GIS project management activities to including planning, scheduling, performance and utilization of GIS tools and resources.
- Prepares and provides status reporting and meeting materials as required.
- Collaborates with team members to exchange information, review project status and identify new opportunities for improvement.
- Prepares written agendas, written summaries of issues and action plans for review by supervisor and other senior department leaders.
- Participates in and/or leads meetings within the project groups or department.
- Creates custom GIS workflows using ArcGIS Online and custom Geoprocessing tools.
- Collaborates with IT to administer GIS servers including website database and Internet Information Server.
- Performs other duties of a similar nature as may be required.

Application Deadline: N/A

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Posting Date: 7/19/21 
Position: Municipal Planner - Sustainability
Company / Organization: Memphis and Shelby County Division of Planning and Development

Under general supervision of the Manager of the Office of Sustainability and Resilience, assist in coordinating sustainability program areas for Memphis and Shelby County. Work closely with public agencies, local governments, citizens, non-profit organizations, advocacy groups, and communities to promote sustainable practices and initiatives.

1. Prepares and coordinates the Office of Sustainability and Resilience program functions, including project assistance or management.
2. Coordinates with public agencies, local government, non-profit, and/or community partners on projects, research, or regular information requests.
3. Prepares public outreach and educational materials to communicate Office of Sustainability and Resilience initiatives or practices using varied forms of media (digital, print, radio, television).
4. Prepares research, analysis and reports for internal and external stakeholders on sustainability initiatives, practices, and regulations.
5. Prepares maps, charts, and other graphic and visual presentations.
6. Prepares applications for grant-funding, collects and prepares reports and other required information to comply with the grant regulations and guidelines.
7. Contributes subject-matter expertise to program conceptualization, development, and execution to support implementation of the Memphis Area Climate Action Plan, the Mid-South Regional Resilience Master Plan, the Sustainable Shelby plan and other related plans and studies produced by the Office of Sustainability and Resilience.
8. Performs other related duties as required or directed.

Application Deadline: August 4, 2021 at 11:59 PM CST

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Posting Date: 7/15/21 
Position: Program Associate for Student Programs
Company / Organization: Cleveland Council on World Affairs

Essential Responsibilities
1. Manage CCWA’s Model United Nations program
2. Manage the Junior World Affairs Councils program
3. Organize the annual Academic WorldQuest competition
4. Carry out other program assignments, as reasonably requested.

Key Duties and Expectations
Across all program areas, the Manager of Student Programs will successfully:
1. Generate program objectives, timelines and budgets, and work cross departmentally to ensure that goals are reached and CCWA’s student-based programs have a significant and positive impact in Northeast Ohio.
2. Design, plan and deliver: (a) Model UN conferences and student training workshops; (b) the Academic WorldQuest competition; and (c) Junior World Affairs Council curriculum materials and outreach.
3. Manage registration process, plan for and handle all logistics for executing successful events and conferences; this includes working with school administrators throughout registration and billing.|
4. Conduct outreach to schools and provide training for teacher advisors and students, and build positive relationships with schools, teacher-advisors, and students. 
5. Initiate collaboration with universities/organizations to recruit MUN conference staff and committee chairs. Train, guide and manage student volunteers.
6. Manage the work of interns in researching and drafting conference papers.
7. Supervise the work of interns, volunteers, and vendors to ensure successful program execution.
8. Create training, marketing, and social media materials.
9. Implement data collection and evaluation processes to track performance.
10. Work with Development Director and CEO to develop funding proposals for student programs, support the cultivation of funders, and help recruit academic partners.

Application Deadline: Friday, August 6, 2021

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Posting Date: 7/15/21 
Position: Manager of Programming
Company / Organization: Cleveland Council on World Affairs

Essential Responsibilities
1. Oversee and execute CCWA’s speaker programs, as well as special events and other programming for targeted audiences and the general public.
2. Develop and execute programming that support CCWA’s mission.
3. Manage CCWA’s social media platforms and support outreach efforts.
4. Carry out other program assignments, as reasonably requested.

Key Duties and Expectations
Across all program areas, the Manager of Programming will successfully:
1. Develop, plan and execute CCWA’s speaker programs, lectures, conferences, audio/webcasts, discussion groups, as well as special events.
2. Work closely with the Ambassador-in-Residence, the CEO, the chairs of the Cleveland Committee on Foreign Relations and the CCWA Board of Directors to plan and execute programming that supports strategic goals.
3. Generate program objectives, timelines and budgets, and work collaboratively to ensure that goals are reached and that programs have a positive impact.
4. Research and vet prospective speakers, secure speaker commitments, and handle follow-up acknowledgements in a way that strengthens CCWA’s reputation.
5. Handle all program-related scheduling logistics, including venue and catering, travel arrangements, and AV requirements.
6. Handle event registration, including entering and tracking registration data in CCWA’s CRM database, and provide staffing for the day-of-event registration.
7. Author and craft marketing, promotional, social media, press and website materials, including the design and printing of event materials.
8. Oversee the work of vendors to ensure successful project execution.
9. Implement data collection and evaluation processes to track performance.
10. Work with Development Director and CEO to develop funding proposals and support the cultivation of donors.
11. Help recruit and cultivate members and attendance at CCWA events and ensure a positive experience for participants.
12. Develop and manage community partnerships.

Application Deadline: Friday, August 6, 2021

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Posting Date: 7/15/21 
Position: Housing Program and Property Manager
Company / Organization: Tremont West Development Corporation

Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

Leasing of units and turnover of vacant properties in timely manner

  • Enforcement of tenant leases and follow through on eviction cases
  • Ensure properties are secure and well maintained; work with residents and staff to meet or exceed operational goals
  • Collect and manage monthly rent for CHN managed properties and Tremont West properties
  • Collect and manage monthly rent for Near West Land Trust properties per agreement with NWLT
  • Process rental applications with CHN and for Tremont West properties; maintain property waiting list  Attend monthly Property Manager’s Meeting and Delinquent Payment Meeting at CHN  Keep accurate logs and paperwork of all tenants and properties
  • Required monthly CDBG reports and CHN reports
  • Manage additional housing programs for Tremont West including, but not limited to; Weatherization referral, SHAP referral  Code enforcement duties as assigned

Application Deadline: N/A

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Posting Date: 7/15/21 
Position: Community Engagement Healthy Homes Initiative Healthy Homes Coordinator
Company / Organization: Northwest Neighborhoods CDC

Healthy Homes Coordinator Position Responsibilities:

  • The Healthy Homes Coordinator has a focus on concentrated, prioritized housing survey areas
  • Actively working with the CES Manager, CDC teams, and Councilmembers to determine which areas of neighborhoods have the most need, and develop goals for each
  • Identifying external and internal housing issues
  • Building trust, providing technical assistance, and developing a plan of action with residents to address housing and quality of life issues
    • Connecting residents with resources available through the City of Cleveland, local nonprofits, and organizations, and track results
  • Collecting, inputting, and tracking field data
  • Administering the City’s paint program in the field with support from the CES Manager
  • Delivering classes and forums for homeowners and landlords on at least a quarterly basis in coordination with CES Manager

Application Deadline: Review of applications will begin immediately and will continue until the position is filled.

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Posting Date: 7/15/21 
Position: Manager of Organizing & Community Engagement
Company / Organization: Cleveland Neighborhood Progress

  • Manage the Neighbor to Neighbor Cleveland Program:
    • Oversee all aspects of this program
    • Assist in the creation of performance metrics
    •  Assist in recruiting CDC staff and ambassadors if necessary
    • Coordinate training for CDC staff ambassadors with program partners, specifically CWRU’s Community Innovation Network
    • Work with the CDC engagement staff on their deployment efforts
    • Oversee the tracking of data provided by NST
    • Manage and coordinate various partners involved in the program
    • Work with CNP CDC Advancement staff on reporting to funders
       
  • Work with the Cleveland Foundation Fellow (1-year fellow)
    • Manage and support the work of the Fellow through consistent communication, feedback and progress tracking
       
  • Elevate the stature and importance of Organizing and Community Engagement through learning and sharing best practices with CDC leaders. CWRU’s Community Innovation Network will be a partner in discovering best practices.
    • Work with CDC staff to assess existing organizing efforts and what has historically been effective in engaging residents as active members of their community.
    • Explore methods for identifying and leveraging community assets for building a network of active community members.
    • Support organizers in designing and piloting change efforts that increase sustainable community participation.
    • Facilitate learning and evaluation across neighborhood pilot efforts.
       
  • Provide staffing support and manage administrative functions to ensure efficient operations of the Organizers and Allies Working Group.
  • This includes coordinating meetings, facilitating speakers and documenting all meeting

Application Deadline: N/A

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Posting Date: 7/15/21 
Position: Office Coordinator
Company / Organization: Cleveland Council on World Affairs

Key Responsibilities:
1. Support the CEO’s administrative work (plan and schedule meetings; help prepare for presentations and handle correspondence for CEO; manage projects and conduct basic research for CEO) and serve as administrative point person for the CEO’s work with the Board of Directors (support Board meetings and maintain Board data).
2. Provide administrative support for CCWA’s development efforts: manage donor database; run reports and queries; process donations and membership renewals; produce acknowledgement letters and solicitation materials; handle mailing and filing; and assist with other development tasks as needed.
3. Manage day-to-day office operations to ensure a productive work environment: handle incoming mail and calls; assist with website postings; maintain relationships with office vendors; manage the conference room.
4. Coordinate all office technology, equipment and IT needs: ensure computers and other devices are in working order; arrange for troubleshooting and repairs.
5. Perform other duties, as reasonably assigned at the direction of the CEO.

Application Deadline: Friday, September 3, 2021

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Posting Date: 7/15/21 
Position: Program Associate for International Exchanges
Company / Organization: Cleveland Council on World Affairs

Essential Responsibilities
1. Respond to and submit program proposals to National Program Agencies (NPA) for International Visitor Leadership Program (IVL) projects to come to Cleveland.
2. Develop, plan and executes the IVLP programs that CCWA is awarded.
3. Oversee record keeping and data entry for key measurements for IVLP.
4. Assist Program Officer in cultivating volunteers and resources (Citizen Diplomats).
5. Assume additional duties, as needed to support CCWA’s mission.

Key Duties and Expectations
Across these areas of responsibility, the Program Associate will successfully:

  • Work closely and under the supervision of the Program Officer.
  • Demonstrate the level of professionalism required to carry exchange programs sponsored by the U.S. Department of State through NPA
    Draft compelling IVLP proposals and program itineraries that showcase Cleveland as a destination for international visitors.
  • Secure confirmations with prospective presenters and home hospitality volunteers,and handle follow-up acknowledgements, in a manner that builds positive long-term relationships with CCWA’s Citizen Diplomats.
  • Identify and initiate collaboration with community partners/organizations.
  • Manage all scheduling logistics, including arrangements for hotel, transportation and meeting venues; and liaise with NPA regarding all details.
    Effectively communicate with State Department liaisons and Citizen Diplomats.
  • Oversee social media related to group visits and travel with groups, as needed.
  • Undertake extensive data entry and reporting duties to maintain IVLP records, as required by NPA, with special attention to detail.
  • Assist Program Officer in developing billing statements for NPA and vendors.
  • Actively participate in national exchange network, Global Ties U.S.
  • Support the Program Officer’s oversight of the work of interns and volunteers.
  • Assume additional duties as needed.

Application Deadline: Friday, September 3, 2021

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Posting Date: 7/1/21 
Position: Project Manager
Company / Organization: Geauga County Board of Commissioners

Under general supervision from the Director, manages and implements grant funded programs (e.g. Revolving Loan Fund Program, CDBG/Formula Program, and Fair Housing Program); Under general supervision coordinates, organizes, and maintains community and economic development incentive programs, services and information for clients; Prepares departmental budget request; Monitors, prepares, and maintains various financial records, reports, agreements, grants, contracts, and related miscellaneous documents, coordinates fiscal activities of the department; provides supervision to other staff on grant programs; performs public relations functions and attends other meetings as directed; performs related duties as required.

Application Deadline: Open until filled.

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Posting Date: 7/1/21 
Position: Office Coordinator
Company / Organization: Geauga County Board of Commissioners

Under general supervision, performs a variety of routine secretarial and administrative support to office; organizes office activities and coordinates communication with other departments, outside agencies and the general public; works in close relationship with supervisors in matters of confidentiality and discretion; Performs related duties as required.

Application Deadline: Open until filled.

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Posting Date: 6/29/21 
Position: Project Manager for Site Strategy
Company / Organization: Stark Economic Development Board

The Project Manager for Site Strategy understands and sells the competitiveness of Stark County for business investment, resulting in job creation and an increase in capital investment monies. Key duties include management of the site selection process and database. The project manager will develop a deep understanding of competitive available sites and buildings within Stark County. In addition, the project manager supports the site programs of JobsOhio, Team NEO, and local municipalities. This position requires working closely with a network of local, regional, and state economic development organizations that are similarly committed to assisting companies achieve their growth plans. The Project Manager for Site Strategy reports to the Vice President of Business Growth.

Application Deadline: N/A

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Posting Date: 6/29/21 
Position: Director of Community & Economic Development
Company / Organization: County of Summit

The County of Summit Director of Community and Economic Development is responsible for overseeing the County's Division of Economic Development, Division of Community Development, and Division of GIS and Planning. The Director reports directly to the Chief of Staff of the County Executive and oversees a staff of approximately 20 employees. The Director is responsible for both the development of strategic policies and initiatives, as well as the day-to-day operation of the Department. In overseeing the Department and driving economic development for the County, the Director is required to practically apply his or her knowledge of the economic development system to improve current practices, develop new and innovative programs, and address complex issues facing the County's residents and businesses.

Application Deadline: N/A

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Posting Date: 6/29/21 
Position: Long Range Planning Expert
Company / Organization: Tahoe Regional Planning Agency

The Associate Environmental Specialist will provide program support to the Current Planning Division and Code Compliance Program, (part of the Current Planning Division). The focus of this position will be assuring that on-the-ground implementation of permitted projects and activities are completed in compliance with the TRPA Code of Ordinances, Handbook of Best Management Practices, Plan Area Statements, Area Plans, and other applicable components of the Regional Plan. The individual chosen will conduct required pre-grade, intermediate, final, and security return inspections of approved projects and determine the proper course of action for protection of environmental resources. Required responsibilities include field review, interpretation of construction drawings, evaluation of water quality effects, checking for compliance, direct contact with building departments located within the Tahoe Basin, and frequent contact with the public. Local jurisdiction monitoring and reporting, complaint investigation, and resolution of violations for permitted and non-permitted activities are also functions of this position. The Associate Environmental Specialist will be responsible for maintaining inspection records, inputting project tracking information to a database, and preparing correspondence for applicants and permittees. Other duties or essential activities may be assigned by the Compliance Program Manager.

Application Deadline: N/A

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Posting Date: 6/29/21 
Position: Associate Environmental Specialist
Company / Organization: Tahoe Regional Planning Agency

The Associate Environmental Specialist will provide program support to the Current Planning Division and Code Compliance Program, (part of the Current Planning Division). The focus of this position will be assuring that on-the-ground implementation of permitted projects and activities are completed in compliance with the TRPA Code of Ordinances, Handbook of Best Management Practices, Plan Area Statements, Area Plans, and other applicable components of the Regional Plan. The individual chosen will conduct required pre-grade, intermediate, final, and security return inspections of approved projects and determine the proper course of action for protection of environmental resources. Required responsibilities include field review, interpretation of construction drawings, evaluation of water quality effects, checking for compliance, direct contact with building departments located within the Tahoe Basin, and frequent contact with the public. Local jurisdiction monitoring and reporting, complaint investigation, and resolution of violations for permitted and non-permitted activities are also functions of this position. The Associate Environmental Specialist will be responsible for maintaining inspection records, inputting project tracking information to a database, and preparing correspondence for applicants and permittees. Other duties or essential activities may be assigned by the Compliance Program Manager.

Application Deadline: N/A

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Posting Date: 6/28/21 
Position: Associate Environmental Specialist
Company / Organization: The Community Outcomes Fund

The Analyst for The Community Outcomes Fund will be primarily responsible for supporting our work to develop Outcomes Financing projects with service providers, cities, counties, and states throughout the country. The role will also include responsibilities related to policy and program research, strategic partnership building, investor relations, investment due diligence and underwriting, and external communications.

Application Deadline: N/A

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Posting Date: 6/21/21 
Position: Program Manager
Company / Organization: Cleveland 2030 District

Main Responsibilities/ Essential Functions:

  • Maintain building level data to update a dashboard of metrics to track District wide progress.
  • Work with Property Adopters to set up Portfolio Manager accounts that accurately represent their buildings and utility use.
  • Work with Property Adopters to enter utility data into Portfolio Manager on a timely basis.
  • Review Portfolio Manager accounts for accuracy and data gaps. Work with Property Adopters to ensure the data represented is current and reflects the building use type.
  • Create and provide performance reports on a regular basis to District Property Adopters using Portfolio Manager data, excel and proprietary performance reporting tool.
  • Use GIS to update C2030D interactive maps of the District and track property square footage.
  • Maintain and update the C2030D GIS database of information related to District buildings and the surrounding built environment.
  • Tabulate District level progress in energy, water and transportation for annual reporting purposes, providing graphs and other charts to represent data.
  • Tabulate building level progress in energy, water and transportation for annual Green Building Challenge competition
  • Assist as needed in creating an annual progress report.
  • Tabulate and analyze survey data, providing appropriate graphs as needed.
  • Assist with website updates as needed.
  • Lead Metrics Committee meetings and record minutes.
  • Participate in appropriate committee meetings and provide support for ongoing activities.
  • Other activities as assigned.

Application Deadline: N/A

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Posting Date: 6/21/21 
Position: Plastic Bag Outreach Specialist
Company / Organization: Cuyahoga County Consumer Affairs

The Plastic Bag Ban Outreach Specialist is responsible for public relations to promote Cuyahoga County’s Plastic Bag Ban to stores and shoppers. The Outreach Specialist will attend in-person and virtual events within the county, answer the public’s questions about the ban, and create and implement messages about the bag ban for the county’s website and social media feeds as well as through in-person visits and events. 

Application Deadline: July 4, 2021

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Posting Date: 6/8/21 
Position: Planner I
Company / Organization: Department of Development

Under general direction, performs complex and confidential administrative duties related to the implementation of the Miami County Zoning Resolution, Subdivision Regulations, and Flood Plain Management Regulations; prepares various written material requiring analytical thinking and maps for staff reports, correspondence, and other documents; may prepare or assist in the preparation of inter-office communications, agendas, forms, minutes, etc. from rough drafts or electronic recordings; composes routine responses for own signature and signature of department head; assists in preparing schedules and calendar for zoning related actions; works with, interprets, and advises customers at counter in matters relating to zoning, flood plain, and subdivision policies; exercises independent judgment in implementation of department policies and procedures; manages special zoning and planning projects related to position; assists in developing office procedures for the department; coordinates department activities with other offices as assigned (e.g., Prosecuting Attorney, Auditor, Health Department, Soil and Water Conservation, Sanitary Engineering, County Engineer, etc.).

Application Deadline: June 18, 2021

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Posting Date: 6/8/21 
Position: Environmental Specialist 2
Company / Organization: Environmental Protection Agency

Performs inspections of solid waste, infectious waste, and construction and demolition facilities and conducts complaint investigations to evaluate compliance with state regulations and approved permits in adherence with Agency and division policies and procedures. Prepares correspondence summarizing inspection findings. Plans and develops strategies for bringing about compliance, as necessary, including the development of enforcement referrals.

Works independently to review technical reports, applications and other documents pertaining to existing and proposed Division of Materials and Waste Management facilities and sites for completeness, accuracy and compliance. Prepares technical documents that adhere to Agency and division policies and procedures. Performs environmental sampling and field inspections, as assigned, to evaluate compliance with Ohio’s solid waste and construction and demolition debris laws and regulations.

Evaluates approved health districts authorized to administer and enforce Ohio’s solid waste, infectious waste and construction and demolition debris programs to determine their compliance with state standards and makes recommendations to the Director in adherence with division policies and procedures. Provides technical assistance to health district partners.

Participates on Agency and division technical workgroups, participates in enforcement cases as a technical expert, and performs various public relations tasks (e.g., prepares and delivers public presentations, provides technical assistance to facilities, local government, and other customers, attends training conferences and meetings).

Provides technical assistance to boards of health, municipal officials, county commissioners, township trustees, engineers, and others regarding solid, construction and demolition debris, scrap tire and infectious waste management. Attends public meetings and hearings, and gives speeches as required.

Performs other duties as required.

Unposting Date: Jun 14, 2021, 11:59:00 PM

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Posting Date: 6/8/21 
Position: Planner I
Company / Organization: Department of Development

Under general direction, performs complex and confidential administrative duties related to the implementation of the Miami County Zoning Resolution, Subdivision Regulations, and Flood Plain Management Regulations; prepares various written material requiring analytical thinking and maps for staff reports, correspondence, and other documents; may prepare or assist in the preparation of inter-office communications, agendas, forms, minutes, etc. from rough drafts or electronic recordings; composes routine responses for own signature and signature of department head; assists in preparing schedules and calendar for zoning related actions; works with, interprets, and advises customers at counter in matters relating to zoning, flood plain, and subdivision policies; exercises independent judgment in implementation of department policies and procedures; manages special zoning and planning projects related to position; assists in developing office procedures for the department; coordinates department activities with other offices as assigned (e.g., Prosecuting Attorney, Auditor, Health Department, Soil and Water Conservation, Sanitary Engineering, County Engineer, etc.).

Application Deadline: June 18, 2021

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Posting Date: 6/8/21 
Position: Environmental Specialist 2
Company / Organization: Environmental Protection Agency

Performs inspections of solid waste, infectious waste, and construction and demolition facilities and conducts complaint investigations to evaluate compliance with state regulations and approved permits in adherence with Agency and division policies and procedures. Prepares correspondence summarizing inspection findings. Plans and develops strategies for bringing about compliance, as necessary, including the development of enforcement referrals.

Works independently to review technical reports, applications and other documents pertaining to existing and proposed Division of Materials and Waste Management facilities and sites for completeness, accuracy and compliance. Prepares technical documents that adhere to Agency and division policies and procedures. Performs environmental sampling and field inspections, as assigned, to evaluate compliance with Ohio’s solid waste and construction and demolition debris laws and regulations.

Evaluates approved health districts authorized to administer and enforce Ohio’s solid waste, infectious waste and construction and demolition debris programs to determine their compliance with state standards and makes recommendations to the Director in adherence with division policies and procedures. Provides technical assistance to health district partners.

Participates on Agency and division technical workgroups, participates in enforcement cases as a technical expert, and performs various public relations tasks (e.g., prepares and delivers public presentations, provides technical assistance to facilities, local government, and other customers, attends training conferences and meetings).

Provides technical assistance to boards of health, municipal officials, county commissioners, township trustees, engineers, and others regarding solid, construction and demolition debris, scrap tire and infectious waste management. Attends public meetings and hearings, and gives speeches as required.

Performs other duties as required.

Unposting Date: Jun 14, 2021, 11:59:00 PM

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Posting Date: 6/8/21 
Position: Multiple Positions
Company / Organization: Youth Opportunities Unlimited

Neighborhood Clean-Up Project Supervisor is responsible for maintaining the site safety of various illegal dumping sites in City of Cleveland. The supervisor will also introduce the youth to the field of Environmental Health and Safety through educational programming assisted by our partners.

Rain Barrel Project Supervisor is responsible for leading participants delivering workshops about stormwater management to regional water and sewer customers.

The Rain Garden Supervisor is responsible for the maintenance and creation of rain gardens in the City of Cleveland Parks. The supervisor will instruct the participants on how to perform proper maintenance at the various sites. He or she will also be responsible for instructing indoor and outdoor labs relating botany, ecology, and environmental science.

The Urban Forestry Supervisor is responsible for assisting the Cleveland Department of Forestry with conducting a tree inventory and health assessment of trees in Cleveland. The Urban Forest Project Supervisor will also be responsible for instructing indoor and outdoor labs relating botany, ecology, and environmental science.

Note: These are temporary summer jobs. View the jobs descriptions for more information. 

Application Deadline: N/A

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Posting Date: 6/8/21 
Position: Associate Planner (Planner II)
Company / Organization: Clinton County Regional Planning Commission

The Associate Planner plays a vital role in providing staff support and advice to the communities within the region, planning and zoning commissions and is a key contributor to the implementation of the RPC’s mission. The Associate Planner must possess comprehensive knowledge of modern planning concepts and principles, and understanding of the public policy aspects of local government.

  • Reports to the Executive Director
  • Serving county, city, and village governments.
  • Interprets and applies applicable state, county and local codes, ordinances and regulations
  • Assists in the development and management of: the comprehensive plan, subdivision regulations, zoning regulations, open space and recreation plans, housing plans, and other planning initiatives led by the CCRPC.
  • Responsible for assisting with: the Planning Commission agenda, preparation of technical reports, plans, studies, and coordination with all agencies involved with the site development.
  • Familiarity with various grant opportunities and possess grants writing skills, or willingness to learn.
  • Assists with advising applicants on development proposals.
  • Assists with the administration of the Clinton County Land
  • Reutilization Corporation (“Land Bank”).
  • Serves on various committees and attends meetings representing the CCRPC.

Application Deadline: N/A

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Posting Date: 6/3/21 
Position: Civic Engagement Strategist
Company / Organization: Cleveland VOTES

The ideal candidate is an entrepreneurial, resourceful, highly collaborative team player who possesses strong coalition building skills, partner engagement experiences, and excels at managing a realistic balance among multiple priorities. We seek a candidate who has tangible experience demonstrating how they have embedded racial justice, equity, and inclusion in their prior work. Our ideal candidate thrives in an environment where they can work independently on projects from conception to completion, while also enjoying meeting deadlines, designing and refining processes to make them run more smoothly. The ideal candidate demonstrates empathy and ability to work with a wide range of multi-cultural/racial stakeholders.

Application Deadline: June 11, 2021

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Posting Date: 6/3/21 
Position: Social Media Contractor
Company / Organization: Cleveland VOTES

Cleveland VOTES is a nonpartisan democracy building and mobilization entity that aims to strengthen civic muscle and power to ensure we have a more informed, participatory, and cohesive community. Our work and values are centered in an equitable civic engagement framework. Cleveland VOTES leverages various strategies and tools that enable us to educate, connect and empower partners to realize a more equitable democracy.

Application Deadline: June 11, 2021

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Posting Date: 6/3/21 
Position: Civic Engagement Strategist
Company / Organization: Cleveland VOTES

The ideal candidate is an entrepreneurial, resourceful, highly collaborative team player who possesses strong coalition building skills, partner engagement experiences, and excels at managing a realistic balance among multiple priorities. We seek a candidate who has tangible experience demonstrating how they have embedded racial justice, equity, and inclusion in their prior work. Our ideal candidate thrives in an environment where they can work independently on projects from conception to completion, while also enjoying meeting deadlines, designing and refining processes to make them run more smoothly. The ideal candidate demonstrates empathy and ability to work with a wide range of multi-cultural/racial stakeholders.

Application Deadline: June 11, 2021

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Posting Date: 6/3/21 
Position: Social Media Contractor
Company / Organization: Cleveland VOTES

Cleveland VOTES is a nonpartisan democracy building and mobilization entity that aims to strengthen civic muscle and power to ensure we have a more informed, participatory, and cohesive community. Our work and values are centered in an equitable civic engagement framework. Cleveland VOTES leverages various strategies and tools that enable us to educate, connect and empower partners to realize a more equitable democracy.

Application Deadline: June 11, 2021

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Posting Date: 5/27/21 
Position: Director of Social Justice 
Company / Organization: New York State United Teachers

The NYSUT Director of Social Justice will be a Latham, NY based Senior Leader, who demonstrates a proven passion for equality and justice for all, and will build NYSUT’s Social Justice agenda, by defining short and long-term goals and the associated strategies to achieve the change making direction within the framework of NYUT’s mission. Proven advocacy, and community successes across a range of issues and platforms is a requirement. The Director reports to the Secretary Treasurer, and will collaborate and partner with NYSUT’s Leadership, Staff, Board of Directors, Local Leaders, Members, Affiliates, Elected Officials, Retirees and the Communities where we all live. Responsibility to enact upon Social Justice Resolutions adopted at the NYSUT Representative Assembly and all policies which advance Social Justice. Provide sound strategic guidance when current events require action and response. Seek new opportunities to advance NYSUT’s Social Justice agenda. 

Application Deadline: N/A

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Posting Date: 5/27/21 (Repost from 4/2/21)
Position: Senior Project Manager
Company / Organization: Fairfax Renaissance Development Corporation 

The Project Manager has responsibility for day‐to‐day operations of various development projects including housing, acquisition activities for housing and commercial projects, greening projects and housing rehab activities at a community development corporation. The position requires superb communication and teamwork skills, proven real estate finance and structuring expertise. This position is characterized by a high degree of initiative, responsibility, accountability and ability to work congenially with a wide variety of individuals, community based organizations and governmental entities. Applicant must be able to articulate the case for the project. Should have both an intuitive and a detailed sense of the dynamics, risks, and structured financings of each transaction.

Application Deadline: N/A

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Posting Date: 5/27/21 (Repost from 4/2/21)
Position: Economic/Business Development Manager
Company / Organization: Fairfax Renaissance Development Corporation 

The Business Development Manager is responsible for providing outreach and technical assistance to Fairfax area businesses to support their growth and sustainability. An energetic team player who is able to develop and maintain relationships, responsive to business owner’s needs and works as an integral part of the management team is required to further revitalization efforts in the area. The position directs new businesses looking to relocate to the Fairfax area with the Executive Director.

Application Deadline: N/A

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Posting Date: 5/27/21 (Repost from 4/2/21)
Position: Workforce Development Manager (WDM)
Company / Organization: Fairfax Renaissance Development Corporation 

The WDM is responsible for managing FRDC’s Workforce Development Program. The WDM supports and strengthens relationships with business and industry to address workforce needs of employers and provides training and skill development for unemployed/underemployed persons. Works with local stakeholders to identify employment opportunities and manages the provision of job readiness training. Identifies funding opportunities and completes grant requests

Application Deadline: N/A

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Posting Date: 5/27/21 
Position: City Planner
Company / Organization: City of North Royalton

Serves as the City's planner and assists the Community Development Director in leading the City's long- and short-term planning efforts by overseeing the Planning Commission and Board of Zoning Appeals; oversees the development and implementation of various projects, studies and/or programs; coordinating, overseeing and facilitating the operations of commercial development and housing strategies; resolves problems and interpreting guidelines and regulations; reconciles various payments and expenditures; writes and reviews various planning studies and reports; assists property owners, developers, etc., on matters relating to the City's planning, community and economic development programs and policies; reviews zoning permit application and completes site plan reviews.

Application Deadline: N/A

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Posting Date: 5/27/21 
Position: Data and Reporting Analyst
Company / Organization: Legal Aid

Legal Aid is experiencing an exciting period of growth and seeks a Data and Reporting Analyst who can help ensure accurate and timely grant reporting as well as consistency in database management.

The Data and Reporting Analyst develops grant reports (financial and program); supports the development of reports and data analysis for the Legal Aid Board and staff for planning and assessment purposes; and ensures the integrity of Legal Aid’s data in its case management system and fundraising and donor management system.

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Posting Date: 5/21/21 
Position: Executive Assistant
Company / Organization: Birthing Beautiful Communities

The Executive Assistant position will average 40 hours per week under the supervision of the BBC’s President/CEO. The Executive Assistant is expected to provide support to the executive, administrative staff, and Board of Directors, and will also maintain day-to-day office operations in support of the whole organization. This is a dynamic position which requires strong attention to detail, a great sense of initiative for accomplishing work that needs to be done, and the ability to manage multiple deadlines in many different areas.

Application Deadline: N/A

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Posting Date: 5/21/21 
Position: Regional Research Analyst 
Company / Organization: W.E. Upjohn Institute for Employment Research

The W.E. Upjohn Institute for Employment Research is seeking a talented Research Analyst to work with the Regional and Economic Planning Services team. The Analyst works with data and economic models to communicate information on conditions in economies ranging from local to national levels. Such communication includes written content, as well as data visualizations and presentations. Responsibilities include obtaining and analyzing regional economic data from a variety of sources, utilizing and developing models to forecast economic activity, and providing written analysis of data and presenting findings.

Application Deadline: N/A

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Posting Date: 5/21/21 
Position: Healthy Homes Initiative Community Engagement Specialist
Company / Organization: West Park Kamm’s Neighborhood Development

Community engagement specialists will report to the Community Engagement Specialist (CES) Manager in the City of Cleveland’s Community Development Department and the Community Development Corporation (CDC) Executive Director or their designee. The specialists will be housed at the CDC in the neighborhood they are serving and will be part of a cohort of specialists deployed across the City.

Each Community Engagement (CE) Specialist will focus on concentrated inspection areas (CIA) in their neighborhood that are prioritized by their CDC Executive Director, CES Manager, and Councilperson.

Main roles and responsibilities include:

  • Working with the CES Manager, CDC team, and Councilmember to determine which areas of neighborhood have the most need
  • Conducting property condition surveys and identifying external and internal housing issues
  • Building trust, providing technical assistance, and developing a plan of action with the property owner and/or tenant to address housing and quality of life issues
  • Connecting homeowners, landlords, and tenants to programs and resources available through the City of Cleveland, local nonprofits, and other organizations
  • Collecting, inputting, and tracking field data
  • Researching property data and develop property-specific engagement and outreach plans
  • Marketing and administering the City’s paint program with support from the CES Manager
  • Delivering classes and forums for homeowners, tenants, and landlords in coordination with CES Manager

Application Deadline: N/A

Note: Interested candidates should submit cover letter and resume to Rosemary Mudry at rosemary@westparkkamms.org with subject line: Community Engagement Specialist job application. Applications will be accepted until the position is filled. Electronic submissions only.

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Posting Date: 5/21/21 
Position: Heritage Home Program Associate
Company / Organization: Cleveland Restoration Society

The Cleveland Restoration Society is seeking a full-time professional to assist in the Heritage Home Program. In this position, the applicant would be the main contact for homeowners using the Heritage Home Program Loan and would primarily work with loan applicants from their initial application through project completion. This position includes working with homeowners, contractors, lending partners, and other Heritage Home Program staff to facilitate successful home repair/renovation projects for qualified homes.

Application Deadline: June 15, 2021

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Posting Date: 5/19/21 
Position: Restoration Ecologist
Company / Organization: Nature Conservancy

The Restoration Ecologist provides technical leadership and support within TNC Ohio’s natural infrastructure strategy, which involves restoration of wetlands, floodplains, and riparian corridors to improve streams and lakes impacted by nutrients using scientific and collaborative approaches to achieve results. Ohio is rich in important water resources, and fortunately, growing awareness of threats to drinking water and support for water quality improvements is driving new opportunities for conservation across the state and region that will benefit nature and human wellbeing. TNC has ambitious goals to restore target watersheds most impacted by nutrient enrichment, focused in the Western Lake Erie, Scioto, and Great Miami watersheds. The Restoration Ecologist addresses these critical threats, fosters cross-site learning among the conservation community, and coordinates community support. They implement strategies to secure public and private support for TNC conservation priorities to maximize conservation outcomes. They manage the planning and implementation of multiple restoration projects across the state of Ohio including ongoing efforts on the Lake Erie coast. They will find a culture that supports and inspires conservation achievement and personal development, celebrates innovation, values collaborative approaches, and seeks lasting conservation results. They report to the Ohio Natural Infrastructure Director and work across priority Western Lake Erie Basin watersheds and our coastal wetlands. Strong preference is for this position to report to northwest Ohio, but other locations may be considered.

Application Deadline: May 28, 2021

Learn more about this position: Go to The Natural Conservancy Careers site and add "Restoration Ecologist" in the search box.


Posting Date: 5/19/21 
Position: Recycling Assistant
Company / Organization: City of Brooklyn

Under moderate supervision provides education and feedback to residents on their compliance to recycling requirements/standards. 

Application Deadline: 5/21/21

Note: There is a general employment application on the City of Brooklyn's website (www.brooklynohio.gov). Applicants should complete this and send it to the Service Director, John Verba at jverba@brooklynohio.gov.  The deadline to apply is May 21st.  Interviews will be the week of May 24th.

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Posting Date: 5/19/21 
Position: Coordinator – Zoning & Architectural Review
Company / Organization: City of Euclid

Maintain intake standards for documents accepted from the public, review applications, and issue preliminary approvals for zoning applications. Provide support for the Planning and Zoning Commission (P&Z) and the Architectural Review Board (ARB) and the Euclid Landmark Commission (ELC), including maintenance of records, scheduling and attending meetings, providing required notifications for meetings, preparing and distributing meeting agendas and minutes, and receiving and responding to inquiries concerning Commission and Board matters and procedures. Work under the general supervision of the Planning & Zoning Commissioner.

Application Deadline: N/A

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Posting Date: 5/14/21
Position: Director, Community Investment
Company / Organization: United Way of Greater Cleveland

This Director, Community Investment position will focus on education & workforce readiness and is responsible for leading community-wide initiatives for early childhood education, youth development, and workforce readiness in order to advance selected strategies that further United Way's Community Investment goals and priorities. Provides project management of initiatives that align with United Way’s strategic plan; support programs and services that align with cradle-through-career strategies; and participates in community collaboratives relevant to United Way’s work. Responsible for identifying and implementing strategies and providing technical assistance to support staff and work groups for achieving community outcomes.

Application Deadline: N/A

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Posting Date: 5/14/21
Position: Director, Finance
Company / Organization: United Way of Greater Cleveland

The Director of Finance contributes to the overall success of the organization by effectively managing all financial tasks for the organization and Agency Services in conjunction with the CFO.

Application Deadline: N/A

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Posting Date: 5/14/21
Position: Associate Director, Health
Company / Organization: United Way of Greater Cleveland

This position reports to the Director, Health and leads the charge on assigned projects, grants, and processes across health-related initiatives. The individual in this role supports internal logistics, strategic planning, and facets of implementation for the Community Investment department through robust project management. 

Application Deadline: N/A

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Posting Date: 5/4/21
Position: Government Relations Director
Company / Organization: American Cancer Society Cancer Action Network

This is a remote/work from home role, and must be home based in the Greater Columbus market.

The American Cancer Society Cancer Action Network (ACS CAN) is the nation's leading cancer advocacy organization. Together with our charitable partner, the American Cancer Society, we work in Congress, state legislatures and local jurisdictions to support evidence-based policy and legislative solutions designed to eliminate cancer as a major health problem. Based in Washington, DC with offices throughout the country, ACS CAN works to encourage elected officials and candidates to make cancer a top national priority. 

Build the power of ACS CAN in assigned state(s) to implement successful public policy advocacy campaigns. Lead, drive, and execute a comprehensive direct lobbying and government relations leadership program for assigned state(s). This includes: actively serving as an ambassador for the Society and ACS CAN to the state legislature(s), governor(s), state agencies, congressional offices, and donors, as well as representing the organization on coalitions. Lead the planning and implementation of issue campaigns in assigned state(s) to achieve progress towards policy and appropriations successes, working with grassroots staff to execute the assigned state(s)’s advocacy program, as well as with contract lobbyists, where applicable. Lead and drive work to achieve the assigned state(s)’s ACS CAN fundraising goal. Embrace diversity, equity, and inclusion in every aspect of the role. Model the organization’s values and cultural beliefs. Comply with all relevant lobbying protocol, including lobbyist registration and reporting, adhering to assigned state(s)’s legal requirements, and all assigned administrative duties.

Application Deadline: N/A

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Posting Date: 5/4/21
Position: Ohio State Director
Company / Organization: The Trust for Public Land

The Ohio State Director is responsible for developing and leading The Trust for Public Land’s programmatic activities for Ohio. The Trust for Public Land's work in Ohio encompasses a broad spectrum of work, including land protection, park design and development, community engagement, parks planning, and public financing for parks and conservation.

In all of this work, the State Director manages and mentors the operations staff and works in close collaboration with the State Director of Philanthropy to raise funding to support the office’s programs and operating costs. The State Director is also responsible for working with public/non-profit partners, major donors, the local Advisory Board, and others within the TPL organization to enhance opportunities for success of the office and its program. The individual must demonstrate a proven track record working with key individuals in the philanthropic community.

Application Deadline: N/A

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Posting Date: 4/30/21 
Position: Executive Director
Company / Organization: St. Clair Superior Development Corporation

St. Clair Superior Development Corporation (SCSDC) in partnership with The Jack, Joseph and Morton Mandel Foundation (JJMMF) seeks a visionary, results-driven leader to build the SCSDC into a high-performing, connected organization that serves and strengthens the St. Clair Superior neighborhood. 

SCSDC serves the St. Clair Superior neighborhood, a unique Cleveland community located between the city’s two largest employment centers (Downtown and University Circle) and directly borders the MidTown, Hough, Glenville, and Downtown neighborhoods. Once an industrial hub with factories and companies employing workers who lived in the neighborhood, today it is home to many diverse populations speaking as many as 23 languages and dialects.

A strategic investment by the Jack, Joseph, and Morton Mandel Foundation has created exciting momentum for the organization. The organization has a strong board of directors, a talented staff, and will be adopting a strategic plan in early Summer 2021. The JJMMF is also committed to supporting ongoing strategy support for the organization from Strategy Design Partners.

The successful candidate will have an appreciation for the history of the neighborhood and its assets, proven success in equitable community engagement, the ability to create change, build relationships, and deliver results that meet the needs of all stakeholders.

The Executive Director will have considerable interface with several departments of the City of Cleveland, City Councilpersons, key funders, businesses, institutions, neighborhood groups, and community partners.

Application Deadline: Applications must be received by 5:00pm on June 9th.

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Posting Date: 4/24/21 
Position: Public Policy and Planning Fellow
Company / Organization: Policy Bridge

The PolicyBridge Public Policy and Planning Fellow will be responsible for the following:

  • Conduct and complete specific research assignments on issues selected by PolicyBridge’s board and staff. This typically involves locating information from national, state, and local sources; evaluating the reliability and value of the information; and analyzing and interpreting the information for important trends, comparisons, lessons, factual gaps, etc.
  • Attend numerous meetings and assist with community outreach and public education activities. Also assist in updating PolicyBridge’s website and online resources.
  • Analyze the needs and status of public policy in Cleveland, Cuyahoga County, the Northeast Ohio region and the State of Ohio in relation to PolicyBridge’s areas of interest and make policy recommendations based on the results of research.
  • Track and analyze local, regional, state policy issues and work with allied organizations to present comprehensive policy analyses.
  • Write concise descriptions and persuasive interpretations of information developed through the research.
  • Create and maintain relationships with key individuals and organizations involved in issues of importance to PolicyBridge.
  • Track policies and related legislation and communicate our viewpoints on the interim policies and legislation to policy makers and the public via our website and other media.
  • Assist in the writing and editing of a variety of print and electronic products
  • Identify potential funding sources and prepare grant proposals to prospective funders
  • Work as part of a team to implement communications, outreach, and development strategies

Application Deadline: TBD

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Posting Date: 4/21/21 
Position: Digital Literacy Coordinator
Company / Organization: Northeast Ohio Hispanic Center for Economic Development

The Digital Literacy Coordinator is responsible for coordinating, Access Tech our digital literacy program. This new initiative will focus attention on increasing digital skills of entrepreneurs/workforce individuals, particularly in the City of Cleveland. The Digital Literacy Coordinator will be responsible for recruiting program participants, screening new and existing students for digital literacy skills, providing and/or coordinating instruction, content development and reporting.

Application Deadline: Open until filled.

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Posting Date: 4/21/21 
Position: Director of Fund Development (Non-Profit)
Company / Organization: Akron Urban League

The Akron Urban League is looking for a full time Director of Development to join their team in an exciting time of organizational growth and development. The role reports directly to the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) and is responsible for philanthropic revenue to support the organization’s nonprofit mission to improve the quality of life of the citizens of Summit County, particularly African Americans, by advocating and facilitating programs that are economically and educationally transformational, impacting their lives and the lives of future generations.

The Director of Development will provide the necessary vision, leadership, and fundraising skills which will enable the non-profit organization to achieve its annual fundraising goals. S/he will have substantial non-profit fundraising and management experience, a talent for building relationships, and a proven track record in securing ongoing support from foundations, corporations, government, and individual donors.

Application Deadline: Open until filled.

Learn more about this position: AUL Current Opportunities Listing | Job Description | Indeed Posting


Posting Date: 4/14/21 
Position: Assistant /Associate Planner
Company / Organization: Tahoe Regional Planning Agency

The position may be filled at either the Assistant or Associate Planner level. Essential functions will be similar, but with a greater degree of independent decision-making and responsibility at the Associate Planner level. The Assistant or Associate Planner is a key position under the direction of the Current Planning Manager. The Assistant or Associate Planner is responsible for leading or supporting a wide variety of planning initiatives.

The Assistant or Associate Planner assigned to Current Planning is expected to work with customers at the public service counter, over the telephone, and through e-mail to answer questions and provide solution-oriented advice, work with applicants to ensure their projects implement adopted plans by meeting code requirements while also helping to effectively and efficiently guide them through the environmental review and permitting processes, and to work directly or through memoranda of understanding with partner organizations to help them implement adopted plans. Extensive contact with the public is required.

The Assistant or Associate Planner will be responsible for consensus building and facilitating the development of practical solutions to controversial policy and planning issues. The Assistant or Associate Planner should have the political acumen needed to present information about controversial issues in a professional and objective manner. Assistant and Associate Planners must clearly and accurately convey complex information to outside stakeholders as well as possess the intelligence and willingness to traverse vigorous public debate, seek solutions in the face of dissonance, and invite and organize collaborative results.

Application Deadline: Open until filled. 

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Posting Date: 4/5/21
Position: Strategy & Programs Associate
Company / Organization: Urbanova

The Urbanova Strategy & Programs Associate will play a critical role in helping to manage the day-to-day operations for the Executive Leadership Team and will also lend support to the Core Team & Communications Working Group.

Specifically, the Strategy & Programs Associate will be support operationalizing Urbanova’s strategic plan, including activities related to partnership management, fundraising development, market research and communications. The Strategy & Programs Associate will work closely with the Chief Executive Officer and the Chief Strategy Officer.

The ideal candidate will have a strong interest in urban development, technology, and strategic planning and desire to work on issues facing midsized cities across the country. S/he will be highly skilled in project management with the ability to manage tasks independently with broad creativity.

Application Deadline: N/A

Learn more about this position. To apply send coverletter and resume to Justin Bibb, Urbanova Chief Strategy Officer at jbibb@urbanova.org.

Posting Date: 4/21/21 
Position: Summer Youth Associate
Company / Organization: Thea Bowman Center

In our children's summer program that provides a safe place for children to grow and learn you will work with 2-3 other staffers as a team to: -Facilitate learning sessions with youth -Assist with snack and lunch service -Organize appropriate group activities by age -Monitor youth activities and encourage engagement and community -Supervise field trips and other outings -Engage with parents of assigned youth -Assist with program evaluation - survey forms and feedback from youth, parents, and staff.

Application Deadline: May 9, 2021

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Posting Date: 4/21/21 
Position: Summer Meal Associate
Company / Organization: Cleveland Food Bank

Work with the Summer Food Service Program (SFSP) Sponsor and sites by providing assistance with meal service, promotion, compliance, nutrition education activities, and helping prepare reports/paperwork for the Greater Cleveland Food Bank service territory of 6 counties (Ashtabula, Ashland, Cuyahoga, Geauga, Lake, and Richland). Help us assist our SFSP sites have a successful summer and reach more hungry children in need of a nutritious meal and enrichment activities to prevent learning loss during the school break. Looking for individuals wanting to improve their community through a rewarding summer of service. Join our team!

Application Deadline: May 9, 2021

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Posting Date: 4/21/21 
Position: Summer Camp Associate
Company / Organization: City of Bedford Heights

Serve the Bedford School District community to ensure that youth have access to healthy and nutritious meals daily. Oversee an array of structured enrichment activities as part of the summer camp. Promote learning and self-development during the summer months. You'll be trained in best practices for academic, recreation, and nutrition services for school-age youth.

Application Deadline: May 9, 2021

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Posting Date: 4/21/21 
Position: Summer Associate
Company / Organization: Urban Farm - StarkFresh

The Summer Associate Urban Farm VISTA will work with community partners to farm three existing farms. These partners could include formally incarcerated adults, DD population, autistic youth, inner-city youth, formally homeless adults, etc. VISTA will work with mobile Grocery Market & Grocery Store staff to coordinate crop yields. Candidate should be a confident, self-starter with strong project coordination experience and expect to work outside for long periods of time in the sun & with their hands. Vegetable growing experience is preferred but not required. The VISTA member can expect to have many opportunities to learn more about systemic racism and the lasting effects it continues to have on our food system.

Application Deadline: May 6, 2021

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Posting Date: 4/21/21 
Position: ASIA Food Access Summer Associate 2021
Company / Organization: Asian Services in Action’s (ASIA) HAPI Fresh Farmer’s Market

The primary goal for the VISTA Summer Associate is to increase access for both farmers and neighborhood consumers to participate in the HAPI Fresh Farmers’ Market while simultaneously building up volunteer capacity to help support program operations as well mentorship to new refugee vendors. Responsibilities include the following: fostering community support for the market, helping promote the market, collecting and analyzing data, understanding both the farmers and the consumers’ needs for the market and, in conjunction with ASIA’s staff, design and implement strategies to meet these needs. The Summer Associate is required to be on site at the market and be available to vendors and consumers during market operation hours and throughout the week, including assistance with farm chores (planting, watering etc.) at Akron Cooperative Farms.

Application Deadline: May, 5, 2021

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Posting Date: 4/21/21 
Position: 2021 Summer Associate
Company / Organization: Northeast Ohio Hispanic Center for Economic Development

The Associate will provide direct outreach to small businesses and assist in planning, promoting, executing marketing initiatives, and hosting pop-up events. The Associate will report to the Director, Community & Economic Development. This position is ideal for an individual interested in learning more about small business development, event planning, and marketing strategies.

Application Deadline: May 5, 2021

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Posting Date: 4/20/21 
Position: Program Coach
Company / Organization: Neighborhood Leadership Development Program

Reporting to the Program Director and Lead Coach, the Coach is responsible for providing individual coaching to participants and graduates and will carry out the following responsibilities:

  • Provides individual coaching to assigned NLDP participants including one coaching session between each program curriculum session. 
  • Provides coaching sessions to NLDP Graduates as requested. 
  • Attends all sixteen Saturday NLDP group sessions and participates as appropriate. 
  • Assists the Lead Coach in administering and reviewing the Kolb Learning Styles Inventory and the Korn Ferry Emotional and Social Competency Inventory. 
  • Attends and provides feedback regarding the cohort at program internal debriefing sessions. 
  • Advises the Lead Coach on the progress regarding assigned participants and provides data to lead coach for reporting purposes as requested. 
  • Assists in any other areas of participation requested by NLDP. 

Application Deadline: May 5, 2021 at 5:00pm

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Posting Date: 4/11/21 
Position: Performance Consultant
Company / Organization: Cuyahoga County

Develops internal and external innovation plans; identifies key areas of improvement for the County such as performance indicators, critical business processes and technology; prepares project charters and project plans; maps processes; implements project plans; manages unforeseen risks and issues; collaborates with management staff to evaluate programs and services; closes out projects; documents project results and lessons learned. Retrieves, analyzes, interprets, presents and publishes data and performance reports in support of the Operational Excellence Program or other related programs; identifies key operational trends, patterns and surface insights. Performs related administrative duties; prepares various reports, records and other documents; tracks project progress; answers phone calls and emails; schedules and attends meetings, trainings, and conferences; pursues proper certifications and applies the knowledge to the organization; researches current trends and best practices; oversees focus groups and cross-functional team meetings.

Application Deadline: April 18, 2021 

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Posting Date: 4/5/21 
Position: Advancement Manager
Company / Organization: Frontline

The Advancement Manager will be a hands-on and participative leader with a firm understanding of and ability to describe Frontline Solutions, our values, our work, and our team in a way that resonates with potential and existing clients and partners. The Advancement Manager is extremely organized and eager to connect the dots between people, systems, and information. The Advancement Manager has the capacity to initiate, organize, and manage projects internally and externally. Additionally, they are strategic and have the ability to pivot quickly as priorities shift and the firm and team continue to grow. They will provide direct oversight and coordination for the Advancement Team (composed of folks at every level of leadership within the firm as well as contracted proposal writers, designers, and copyeditors), working collaboratively to ensure a high level of internal coordination. Together, this team is responsible for:

  • Positioning the firm to pursue an increasing number of exciting new business development opportunities, from RFPs to strategic partnerships;
  • Managing the new business development cycle from lead generation through project close-out;
  • Managing processes and systems to both generate new business leads and sustain our existing, robust client pipeline.

The Advancement Manager will bring credibility, adaptability, and creativity to a critical role in the firm. Specific areas of responsibilities include:

  • Relationship Development
    • Support the cultivation of a wide network of productive relationships in social justice spaces with clients, partners, movement leaders, and advocacy and grassroots organizations.
    • Manage website traffic and respond to emails from potential clients and partners in a timely manner.
    • Schedule and conduct introductory calls with potential clients to orient them to Frontline and gain a better understanding of their needs and the opportunities and challenges they are facing.
    • Liaise with the finance and operations team to ensure that both the client and the project team have a seamless experience from start to finish.
    • Facilitate close-out meetings with project teams and clients to better understand their experiences.
  • Collateral Development
    • Coordinate collaborative proposal development processes with both internal staff and our extended team in response to new business opportunities.
    • Develop draft proposals and scopes of work as needed.
    • Lead the writing team by editing and providing feedback and support on all proposals and report drafts.
    • Manage, in collaboration with the operations team, an effective system for tracking deadlines for proposals and reports to ensure on-time submission.
    • Prepare and facilitate the engagement of the consulting team in business development calls, interviews, presentations, etc.
  • Data and Systems
    • Refine monitoring and reporting tools, analytics, and metrics to define and track success.
    • Collect data and develop reports and insights to support continuous process improvement.

Application Deadline: April 11, 2021 at 11:59pm

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Posting Date: 4/5/21 
Position: Consultant
Company / Organization: Frontline

Frontline is looking for an experienced and proven Consultant. The ideal candidate has experience doing team-based consulting work and the ability to adapt their role based on project needs. We would love to find a candidate with experience in evaluation but are also interested in candidates with a background in organizational development or strategic planning.

What You’ll Do

  • Contribute to client engagements across a broad range of content areas.
  • Design and facilitate working meetings, retreats, and working sessions with clients, internal teams, and organizational partners.
  • Independently perform and translate rigorous and accurate qualitative and quantitative analysis into thoughtful, data-based insights and client recommendations.
  • Manage project logistics to ensure timely executions of projects. (e.g. agenda creation, scheduling, implementing work plans, monitoring budgets, leading deliverable production, and maintaining relevant platforms).
  • Advance the intellectual and reputational capital of the firm (e.g., developing tools, resources, and communications, presenting at conferences).
  • Cultivate and maintain a wide network of relationships in client, partner, and community organizations.

Application Deadline: April 11, 2021 at 11:59pm

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Posting Date: 4/5/21 (Reposted from 3/18/21)
Position: AmeriCorps Summer Vista: West Park Kamm Neighborhood 2021 Summer Associate
Company / Organization: West Park Kamm’s Neighborhood Development

The Summer Associate is to work with the Engagement Coordinator to develop a farmers market outreach plan. The Associate will also collaborate with WPKND’s Neighborhood Engagement team to connect marketgoers with resources to improve water & energy efficiency in our aging housing stock. The Associate will attend events, community meetings, and meet with local leaders to build trust and understanding. The Associate will design and implement a survey for community events to assess the awareness residents have of sustainability principles and home efficiency programs. At the market, the Summer Associate will engage attendees and promote the acceptance of SNAP and other programs. The Associate and Market Manager will launch a survey to market attendees to gain feedback and plan for sustainability initiatives. The Associate will coordinate with partners leading up to the market as well as support partners day-of and assist in coordinating sustainability programming at the market.

Application Deadline: May 5, 2021

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Posting Date: 4/1/21
Position: Housing Manager
Company / Organization: City of Brooklyn

Under general direction of the Economic Development Director, the Housing Manager is responsible for developing and implementing the City’s housing policy, including, but not limited to, researching and retaining knowledge of home repair grant and loan programs; making residents aware of the programs; conducting research of best practices, programs; data review and basic statistical analysis, authoring summary reports; overseeing the day‐to‐day permitting and planning processes; management of day‐to‐day code enforcement activities; leading property tax delinquency outreach efforts; and assisting Building Department staff with Property Maintenance Code enforcement and violation resolution.

Application Deadline: 4/9/21April 9, 2021

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Posting Date: 4/1/21
Position: Planner II
Company / Organization: City of Chesapeake Virginia

The primary purpose of the Planner II position in the Current Planning Division is to perform professional city planning functions related to land use applications such as rezonings; conditional use permits; street closures; subdivision variances; site and subdivision plan reviews; planned unit development (PUD) creation, deviation and modifications; special exceptions and variances. The Planner II-Development Review acts as a project manager for the City and provides professional analysis used by the Planning Commission and City Council to make discretionary land use decisions. In the case of administrative approvals, the Planner II reviews the applications and plans for adherence to all applicable city codes and ordinances. The Planner II acts as a facilitator between various city departments and the applicant. The Planner II also serves as an information contact for the general public on land use related issues and assists the Comprehensive Planning Division as necessary on special projects. Employees may be expected to work hours in excess of, and/or outside of, their normally scheduled hours in response to short-term department needs and/or City-wide emergencies. Emergency operations support work and work locations may be outside of normal job duties. Work is performed under the supervision of the Current Planning Administrator.

Application Deadline: 4/26/21

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Posting Date: 4/1/21
Position: Project Associate, Equitable Evaluation 
Company / Organization: NeighborWorks America

The focus of this position is a 3-year developmental, equitable evaluation process that Success Measures is conducting for a leading national foundation’s housing grantmaking focused on systems change within the context of the social determinants of health, health equity and racial equity. The Project Associate, Equitable Evaluation is a key part of the project team composed of Success Measures staff and public health, evaluation, housing and communication consultants. The Project Associate will work closely with Success Measures staff and these key consultants to support effective project management, communication, documentation, information management and coordination in the overall evaluation workplan. This includes scheduling and liaison with foundation staff and grantees, management of project background materials and other documentation, preparation of informational materials for meetings, documentation of meeting discussions and informational interviews, managing and coding interview data, virtual meeting platform management, drafting and refining client-facing memos and other internal summary documents and other related coordination and project management. This position is half-time (20 hours per week) for a term of 3 years beginning in May 2021.

Application Deadline: 4/14/21

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Posting Date: 3/31/21
Position: Accounting and Asset Manager
Company / Organization: County of Summit, Ohio

Under general direction, performs the general accounting and finance functions for the Development Fund of the Western Reserve (DFWR) and Western Reserve Community Fund (WRCF), two private non-profit community focused financing entities managed by the DFA. This includes preparing and compiling financial reports, budgets, and working on several organizational audits. Performs financial recording – including accounts payable and receivable for multiple entities. Works closely with borrowers, investors, and other partners to ensure asset quality. Performs other duties as requested, directed, or assigned.

Application Deadline: N/A

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Posting Date: 3/29/21
Position: Community Development Analyst or Senior Analyst
Company / Organization: Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland

The Community Development team at the Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland is hiring a Community Development Analyst or Sr Community Development Analyst. The individual will conduct research and analysis on community development issues, programs and policies for publication for internal and external stakeholders.  Builds relationships and conducts outreach with external stakeholders to inform Bank and System leaders on community development issues related to low and moderate income communities. Provides high-level, strategic support for Community Development Department officers in their engagement on system initiatives and Bank priorities

Application Deadline: N/A

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Posting Date: 3/25/21
Position: Development Coordinator
Company / Organization: PIRHL

The Development Coordinator (DC) provides key support to PIRHL’s real estate development operation from originations support, to project award through predevelopment, construction closing, construction completion and lease-up through conversion. Upstream, the DC provides critical analytical support to the originations staff through data-driven analysis of the competitive landscape, as well as through research on market conditions, geographic searches, municipal codes and plans, parcel data, etc. Once a project is identified and funded, the DC supports the project management staff with all manner of due diligence and financial underwriting along the critical path to closing, through construction, until the project reaches its operational phase.

Application Deadline: N/A

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Posting Date: 3/25/21
Position: Development Project Manager - Midwest, Mid-Atlantic Regions
Company / Organization: PIRHL

Position Overview:

**Potential to work remotely.**

The Development Project Manager (DPM) quarterbacks select real estate projects through the critical path to closing by managing the review of due diligence and financial underwriting, the land entitlement process, design-development and financial closing. Projects will involve both the new construction of multifamily and senior developments, as well as the acquisition and substantial rehabilitation of existing large-scale apartment buildings.

The DPM will provide oversight during construction and lease-up and have responsibility for the project through stabilization and its conversion to permanent financing. A DPM has a proven track record of successfully leading and closing out critical paths for at least three residential multifamily real estate transactions financed with Low Income Housing Tax Credits. A DPM is a strong leader and successfully coordinates with team members from construction, finance and accounting and asset management. A DPM has fluency in the major technical disciplines underpinning the critical path of a project from award through financial closing, and close out after construction is completed.

Application Deadline: N/A

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Posting Date: 3/25/21
Position: Director of Transportation Planning and Data
Company / Organization: Lehigh Valley Planning Commission

The Lehigh Valley Planning Commission (LVPC) is seeking a candidate for Director of Transportation Planning and Data to lead a team planning for and managing infrastructure and information for the region. LVPC is the regional transportation leadership entity responsible for the planning, development, implementation and management of multi-modal and long-range infrastructure goals and projects subject to Federal and state requirements of metropolitan and county planning. Additionally, the LVPC is the largest public data repository and analysis center, managing and providing key information utilized by all sectors of the economy for decision-making. The Director of Transportation Planning and Data performs complex professional, stakeholder development and administrative work under the general supervision of the LVPC Executive Director. Managing seven team members with the support of the Associate Director of Transportation Planning and Data, the Director also, works closely with the community, Lehigh Valley Planning Commissioners and Lehigh Valley Transportation Study Board. As such, possessing excellent communication and time management skills, and the ability to manage the work of others is key. Communication is critical skill for the Director, whether conveying concepts to an audience or writing technical analyses.

The successful candidate must exhibit a thorough understanding of transportation planning and principles and have a degree in Urban, City, Regional or Transportation Planning and/or Civil Engineering, or a related field. 

Notes
Only e-mail submissions to Bruce Rider, Director of Administration at jobs@lvpc.org will be accepted and must include:

  1. Current resume detailing your education and experience.
  2. Letter of interest describing how you meet the qualifications for this position and why you would like to be considered.
  3. Minimum of three (3) references with names, address, telephone number, e-mail, and relationship information for each person.
  • Application materials must be received by 5:00 PM Eastern Standard Time on 4/16/21.
  • Visit www.lvpc.org for more information on the Lehigh Valley Planning Commission, our work program, products, and services.
  • Persons with a disability who need assistance with their application or that need this announcement in an alternative format, may call (610) 264-4544.

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Posting Date: 3/18/21
Position: AmeriCorps Summer Vista: FutureHeights Outreach & Market Strategy Summer Assoicate
Company / Organization: FutureHeights

The Summer Associate will work in a team to develop and implement an outreach strategy, which will lead to residents having knowledge and access to the programs, resources, and services available in the community. As residents choose to utilize these resources, it will lead to greater individual, neighborhood, and community stability. The Summer Associate will research the target neighborhoods and community at-large, and develop an outreach strategy to reach residents and neighborhoods with overall goals of: 1. building relationships so residents become familiar with FutureHeights, and its programs and resources, 2. understanding the unique local needs of individuals and neighborhood throughout the community, and 3. providing all households in target neighborhoods the comprehensive Community and Covid-19 Resource guides. The Summer Associate will receive support and guidance by attending staff meetings and trainings, committee meetings, and weekly meetings with the VISTA Supervisor.

Application Deadline: N/A

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Posting Date: 3/15/21
Position: AmeriCorps VISTA 2021-2022 Community Wellness Initiative
Company / Organization: MidTown Cleveland, Inc.

MidTown Cleveland, Inc. is seeking a motivated, resourceful, and strategic AmeriCorps* VISTA member to join our team for 2021-2022. The MidTown VISTA will help develop a strategy to address food insecurity and community wellness in a fast growing neighborhood impacted by structural racism and generational poverty, defining and measuring community health metrics and creating and implementing sustainable program initiatives. Health outcomes are a major community priority, particularly around food, healthy eating, healthy places, and personal well being.

Responsibilities include:

●  Creating and marketing a robust schedule of culinary education programs to educate and inspire residents on healthy shopping, cooking and eating behaviors for measurable health outcomes
●  Attracting a farmer’s market to the neighborhood which accepts WIC / SNAP benefits
●  Working with different with local grocers to promote a buy local/buy fresh strategy
●  Creating strategy for a MidTown Community Wellness program through research and program development, grounded in local and national best practices around wellness
●  Working with University Hospitals Rainbow Babies & Children's Hospital to create a regularly updated wellness dashboard to track health metrics in the community
●  Conducting and tracking industrial property and vacant land, tracking ownership changes, forfeitures and tax delinquencies and to identifying opportunities for community gardens, and partnering with community members to bring a garden to reality
●  Conducting lighting surveys and provide monthly updates to providers on outages and brownouts
●  Identifying upcoming opportunities to promote and partner with Cleveland’s Lead Safe Coalition to engage the residential community and building owners
●  Attending staffing and organizing neighborhood block clubs singularly around healthy food, community health, and lighting issues

Application Deadline: 4/30/21 or until filled.

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Posting Date: 3/13/21
Position: Assistant Planner
Company / Organization: Licking County Government

Assists Transportation Study Director and Transportation Planners with various planning activities, plans, projects, and documents.

Application Deadline: N/A

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Posting Date: 3/13/21
Position: Special Events Coordinator 
Company / Organization: Seeds of Literacy

Seeds of Literacy seeks an experienced Special Events Coordinator to work with volunteer committees and lead fundraising events including other special events. This is a part time position, 24-28 hours per week.

The Special Events Coordinator is responsible for all aspects of events. This position will plan, organize, and ensure events are successfully executed from start to clean-up. The coordinator will develop and maintain a strong network of contacts, both internal and external, to facilitate event execution. This position interacts with executives, donors, staff, and volunteers and will manage, supervise, and direct event activities to ensure that details are handled as planned.

This is a hands-on role that REQUIRES strong leadership, negotiation and planning skills, as well as the ability to effectively communicate, prioritize, and problem solve while remaining calm under pressure.

Application Deadline: N/A

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Posting Date: 3/13/21
Position: Donor Database Administrator 
Company / Organization: Seeds of Literacy

The Donor Database Administrator is responsible for managing our Donor Perfect database in order to identify, cultivate, solicit, and thank donors, volunteers, and community members. This includes:

  • reporting and analysis of data,
  • gifts processing and acknowledgments,
  • as well as data import, data entry, data extraction, data quality initiatives, .
  • and other related activities.

Application Deadline: N/A

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Posting Date: 3/12/21
Position: Vice President Institutional Advancement
Company / Organization: The Benjamin Rose Institute on Aging

Position Summary:

  • Responsible for integrated strategy development, execution and oversight of all fundraising, communications, public relations, event management and volunteer administration functions that support the mission of Benjamin Rose Institute on Aging (BRIA) and its subsidiaries; 
  • Initiates strategic relationships with potential funders, partners, and other organizations locally and nationally;
  • Serves as a member of the senior management team.  

Application Deadline: N/A

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Posting Date: 3/12/21
Position: Director of Fundraising Development
Company / Organization: Group Plan Commission

Job Purpose
The Director of Fundraising Development creates and oversees the implementation of a strategic approach to fundraising which may include major gifts, corporate donations, grant solicitation, special events and in-kind resources.

Primary Duties and Responsibilities
The Director of Fundraising Development will perform some or all of the following duties, as well as additional duties as assigned:

Create and Manage Fundraising Development Plan

  • Collaborate on a resource development plan along with CEO and Board of Directors
  • Implement the fund development plans in accordance with ethical fundraising principles
  • Monitor and evaluate all fundraising activities to ensure that the fundraising goals are being achieved
  • Monitor trends in the community or region and adapt fundraising strategies as necessary
  • Coordinate volunteer initiatives

Application Deadline: N/A

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Posting Date: 3/12/21
Position: Ohio State Director
Company / Organization: The Trust for Public Land

The Ohio State Director is responsible for developing and leading The Trust for Public Land’s programmatic activities for Ohio. The Trust for Public Land's work in Ohio encompasses a broad spectrum of work, including land protection, park design and development, community engagement, parks planning, and public financing for parks and conservation.
  
In all of this work, the State Director manages and mentors the operations staff and works in close collaboration with the State Director of Philanthropy to raise funding to support the office’s programs and operating costs. The State Director is also responsible for working with public/non-profit partners, major donors, the local Advisory Board, and others within the TPL organization to enhance opportunities for success of the office and its program. The individual must demonstrate a proven track record working with key individuals in the philanthropic community.

Application Deadline: N/A

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​​​​Posting Date: 3/12/21

Position: Community Development Analyst or Senior Analyst
Company / Organization: Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland

The Community Development team at the Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland is hiring a Community Development Analyst or Sr Community Development Analyst.

The individual will conduct research and analysis on community development issues, programs and policies for publication for internal and external stakeholders. Builds relationships and conducts outreach with external stakeholders to inform Bank and System leaders on community development issues related to low and moderate income communities. Provides high-level, strategic support for Community Development Department officers in their engagement on system initiatives and Bank priorities.

Essential Accountabilities

  • Identifies, designs and conducts research on a variety of community development topics and trends impacting low and moderate income communities.
  • Collects and analyzes data by using statistical software to assemble data and ensure accuracy, consistency and comparability of data.
  • Develops and contributes to existing publications on a variety of community development topics for internal and external audiences.
  • Builds relationships and conducts outreach to inform Bank Leadership, external stakeholders and programming.
  • Provides briefings, delivers presentations, participates in outreach meetings; provides training and technical assistance at various conferences and workshops.
  • Assists management in preparations of speeches and presentations.
  • Performs other duties as assigned or requested.

Application Deadline: N/A

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Posting Date: 3/12/21
Position: Director of Programming
Company / Organization: The City Club of Cleveland

The City Club of Cleveland seeks a creative, innovative, and engaging Director of Programming to manage a diverse portfolio of in person and digital public programs that serve the City Club’s mission of convening conversations of consequence that help democracy thrive. The ideal candidate understands and embraces the power of civility and civic dialogue to strengthen a community and has experience working with diverse communities to identify the most relevant topics and vital voices to advance the community dialogue.

Application Deadline: N/A

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Posting Date: 3/10/21
Position: Special Projects Coordinator
Company / Organization: City of Euclid

Working under the direction of the Manager of Community Development and alongside the Community Development division staff, the employee is responsible for administering the implementation of Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) programs and projects as well as various other development initiatives to enhance the quality of life for Euclidians.

Application Deadline: N/A

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Posting Date: 3/10/21 
Position: Economic Development Manager
Company / Organization: City of Euclid

Working under the direction of the Director of Planning and Development, the employee promotes the growth of the City by managing and advancing the City’s economic development agenda. The primary responsibility of the economic development manager is to engage potential, new and existing businesses and to assist them in prospering through comprehensive business retention, expansion and attraction programs.

Application Deadline: N/A

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Posting Date: 3/10/21 
Position: Planning Manager
Company / Organization: City of Euclid

Working under the direction of the Director of Planning and Development, the employee manages a wide variety and scale of programs and projects focused on improving quality of life by shaping the physical setting for working, living and visiting the City. The employee endeavors to create memorable, integrated, equitable solutions to complex design and planning problems.

Application Deadline: N/A

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Posting Date: 3/5/21
Position: Real Estate Development Director
Company / Organization: Burten, Bell, Carr Development, Inc

Burten Bell Carr Development Inc. is looking for a Real Estate Development Director to lead our growing Real Estate Development department. This Director would be responsible for setting department policies and procedures and contributing to business wide strategies. The Real Estate Development Director will interface with government agencies, architects, consultants, as development projects evolve to and through construction. They will also supervise and coach department staff, assigning and evaluating projects, tasks and overall performance.

Application Deadline: N/A

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Posting Date: 3/5/21
Position: Deputy Zoning & Property Maintenance Coordinator
Company / Organization: City of Avon Lake

Incumbent shall work under the guidance of the Zoning Administrator. The incumbent, with the concurrence of the Zoning Administrator shall work closely with the Public Works Director and/or Chief Building Official on matters that involve those jurisdictions. This position shall bridge the inter-workings of the zoning code, building code and public right-of-way regulations by pro-actively assisting residents and business owners in an effort to maintain property values and appearances. Bridging public policy and regulations with public need is a critical part of this position.

This position includes: assisting with land use and zoning studies and the interpretation of such studies; support and assistance to the City of Avon Lake’s Building Inspector, Public Works Director, Mayor and City Council members and any and all boards and commissions that support land use and zoning issues. Incumbent shall perform systematic and complaint driven property inspections – including the preparation of reports, legal orders, code enforcement and other implementation of codified ordinances of the City of Avon Lake or the Building Codes of the State of Ohio.

This position involves a significant amount of travel in and around the City of Avon Lake documenting property maintenance and building code issues with a focus on maintaining property valuation in the community.

Application Deadline: N/A

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Posting Date: 3/1/21
Position: Program Manager- Small Business Credit Survey
Company / Organization: Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland

A unique opportunity exists at the Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland to serve as a Program Manager for the Federal Reserve System’s annual Small Business Credit Survey (SBCS), which provides timely insights on small business conditions to policy makers, service providers, and lenders across the country. The survey is a national sample of small businesses, or firms with fewer than 500 employees, aimed at providing insight into business conditions and firms' financing needs and experiences.

The individual will report directly to the Community Affairs Officer and will provide strategic and operational oversight for the Federal Reserve System’s SBCS. The individual will lead a cross-functional team that incorporates members from various Federal Reserve Districts across the U.S. to ensure the successful annual administration of the SBCS.  This includes fielding the survey, questionnaire development, programming and testing, and data collection.  Additionally, the individual will develop expertise on SBCS methodology and data analysis, including weighting of the sample, as well as guide the data analysis and direct the production of reports that describe the survey findings. 

Application Deadline: N/A, however this has been posted to help with a "final push" to inform people of this position.

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Posting Date: 3/1/21
Position: Program Manager- Strategic Initiatives
Company / Organization: Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland

A unique opportunity exists at the Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland to serve as Program Manager of Strategic Initiatives, reporting to the Community Development Outreach Manager. The individual will lead the planning and execution of strategic initiatives of the Community Development department, including a major workforce initiative intended to improve economic opportunity for lower-income workers in communities across our District aimed at systems-level change.

In coordination with cross-sector public, private and non-profit partners and steering committee, the individual will design and implement the program with support of the outreach team, consultants and evaluators as needed. The initiative is part of a broader effort to improve low- and moderate-income communities in the Fourth District through objective analysis of factors that impact the productive capabilities of the current and future workforce, along with factors that impede the ability for all segments of the population to have access to good jobs and to obtain the skills needed to fill them.

Application Deadline: N/A, however this has been posted to help with a "final push" to inform people of this position.

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Posting Date: 2/25/21
Position: Program Manager
Company / Organization: Cleveland 2030 District

Main Responsibilities/ Essential Functions:

  • Maintain building level data to update a dashboard of metrics to track District wide progress.
  • Work with Property Adopters to set up Portfolio Manager accounts that accurately represent their buildings and utility use.
  • Work with Property Adopters to enter utility data into Portfolio Manager on a timely basis.
  • Review Portfolio Manager accounts for accuracy and data gaps. Work with Property Adopters to ensure the data represented is current and reflects the building use type.
  • Create and provide performance reports on a regular basis to District Property Adopters using Portfolio
  • Manager data, excel and proprietary performance reporting tool.
  • Use GIS to update C2030D interactive maps of the District and track property square footage.
  • Maintain and update the C2030D GIS database of information related to District buildings and the surrounding built environment.
  • Tabulate District level progress in energy, water and transportation for annual reporting purposes, providing graphs and other charts to represent data.
  • Tabulate building level progress in energy, water and transportation for annual Green Building Challenge competition
  • Assist as needed in creating an annual progress report.
  • Tabulate and analyze survey data, providing appropriate graphs as needed.
  • Assist with website updates as needed.
  • Lead Metrics Committee meetings and record minutes.
  • Participate in appropriate committee meetings and provide support for ongoing activities.
  • Other activities as assigned.

Application Deadline: N/A

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Posting Date: 2/23/21
Position: Retail Marketing Specialist
Company / Organization: Hanna Commercial Real Estate

Duties & Responsibilities: Include but are not limited to

  • Work closely with the retail group to create and develop brochures, site tours, aerials,
  • demographic reports, and other applicable media
  • Develop and manage marketing collateral by working in collaboration with the marketing team
  • Produce graphic design artwork to support marketing efforts, in print or digital forms
  • Travel (mileage reimbursed) to various properties to record virtual tours via Matterport 3D
  • Camera
  • Perform any administrative tasks such as maintenance of internal files
  • Calling, writing emails and letters to help get projects completed
  • Help make the commercial real estate office/company run as smoothly as possible
  • Assist with approving invoices, some limited social media skills, and answering calls

Qualifications and Skills:

  • Working knowledge of GIS websites: Regis - Sites USA and/or Esri
  • Ability to maintain a positive and professional (“can do”) attitude when interacting with sales associates, clients, vendors and co-workers
  • Has excellent verbal and written communications skills
  • Extremely organized
  • Excels when working in a fast-paced environment, with the ability to multi- task – both independently and as part of a team
  • Strong attention to detail
  • Ability to meet deadlines and to anticipate next steps or needs
  • Project management experience with a track record of meeting deadlines
  • Organization and time management skills
  • Proficient in AdobeCC software: Specifically Acrobat, Photoshop, InDesign, and Illustrator
  • Working knowledge of Adobe Premiere and After Effects a plus, but not required
  • PC skills including: Microsoft Word, Excel and PowerPoint
  • Can be at the office full time, 40 hours per week – 8:00 AM – 5:00 PM

Application Deadline: N/A

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Posting Date: 3/16/21
Position: Transportation Coordinator-Personnel
Company / Organization: Beachwood City School District

Job Description N/A

Application Deadline: March 26, 2021

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Posting Date: 3/12/21
Position: OPS Coastal Policy Analyst
Company / Organization: The University of Florida Center for Coastal Solutions and Florida Sea Grant 

The University of Florida Center for Coastal Solutions (CSS) and Florida Sea Grant (FSG) are pleased to announce a new year-long (12-month) coastal policy analyst opportunity to advance the development and implementation of science-based coastal policy in Florida. The position will support the mission of Florida Sea Grant through the new Center for Coastal Solutions in the Herbert Wertheim College of Engineering. The Florida Sea Grant CSS Analyst position is designed to provide a recent graduate or early career professional an opportunity to acquire experience in researching, developing, and implementing coastal and marine policy in Florida and beyond. In particular, the selected analyst will develop interdisciplinary skills working with scientists and policy professionals at the forefront of the marine and coastal science-policy interface, with an emphasis on proactively addressing water quality hazards such as harmful algal blooms (HABs) in the marine and coastal environment. Included among the policy-relevant areas of FSG/CCS focus are:

• Ecosystem resilience to Water Quality Hazards
• Artificial Intelligence and Predictive Modeling
• Public Health and Water Quality Hazards
• Nature-based Engineering Solutions to Coastal Hazards

Florida Sea Grant’s 2021 CCS Coastal Policy Analyst will work with the CCS faculty leadership team from the disciplines of law, environmental engineering, and computer science who are affiliated with the CCS. The Coastal Policy Analyst will support the CCS and Florida Sea Grant through research aligned with the mission of both organizations to support the development of policy-relevant science in areas of coastal water quality hazards and nature-based engineering solutions for coastal resiliency. The Coastal Policy Analyst will be expected to take the lead on one Center project and help faculty mentor students enrolled in an interdisciplinary experiential learning course offered jointly in the Fall and Spring semester, and co-taught by CCS faculty and affiliates in the Colleges of Engineering and Law. 

Application Deadline: March 31, 2021

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Posting Date: 3/5/21

Position: Director of Fund Development
Company / Organization: Akron Urban League

The Akron Urban League is looking for a full time Director of Development to join their team in an exciting time of organizational growth and development. The role reports directly to the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) and is responsible for philanthropic revenue to support the organization’s nonprofit mission to improve the quality of life of the citizens of Summit County, particularly African Americans, by advocating and facilitating programs that are economically and educationally transformational, impacting their lives and the lives of future generations.

The Director of Development will provide the necessary vision, leadership, and fundraising skills which will enable the non-profit organization to achieve its annual fundraising goals. S/he will have substantial nonprofit fundraising and management experience, a talent for building relationships, and a proven track record in securing ongoing support from foundations, corporations, government, and individual donors.

Application Deadline: Friday, March 12, 2021

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Posting Date: 2/26/21
Position: Community Planner
Company / Organization: Department of the Army (in Huntington, WV)

This position is part of the Army Career Development Program and is a CIVILIAN position with the Department of the Army.

Responsibilities

  • Assists with the preparation, implementation and maintenance of facility Master Plans.
  • Assists in reviewing proposed land use changes for compatibility with facility objectives and goals.
  • Assist in reviewing plans and technical reports prepared by others to include federal agencies, contractors, states, cities, counties, and various surrounding communities.
  • Assists in the scoping, collection, evaluation, and documentation of pertinent data regarding the social, economic, cultural, and environmental effects of water resource projects.
  • Assists in preparing community planning related components of studies to inform decision-making for proposed or existing water resource development projects.

Application Deadline: Monday, March 3, 2021

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Posting Date: 2/25/21
Position: Grants Management Specialist (3 positions)
Company / Organization: Department of Justice (in Washington DC)

These positions are located in the Bureau of Justice Assistance, Policy Office. They will serve as Policy Advisors in one or more criminal justice program areas. These include: crime reduction, law enforcement, adjudication, problem solving courts, corrections, managing institutional and community corrections populations, improving responses to and outcomes for criminal justice populations with behavioral health disorders, and advancing tribal justice. These Policy Advisors will develop, implement, and monitor performance of criminal justice program plans and will work closely with colleagues in BJA's Program Office who ensure compliance with grant and cooperative agreement terms and conditions. Policy Advisors will oversee the successful implementation of grants and cooperative agreement deliverables, helping to ensure increased capacity and sustainability of grant funded programs.

Develops, analyzes, and interprets research, legislation, and input from criminal justice stakeholders to support program development, implementation and performance management. Uses grant and/or cooperative agreement policies, Standard Operating Procedures, and guidelines related to criminal justice. Provides training, technical assistance and guidelines, oversight, expertise and consultation to internal staff, management and program officials, awardees, review panels, applicants, recipients, and sub-recipients.
Negotiates technical aspects of criminal justice programs on federal grants, contracts, cooperative agreements, and interagency agreements.
Monitors overall performance of criminal justice grantees related to adherence to research-based principles, fidelity to a model, and success in implementation.

Provides advice and guidance to resolve, implement, or manage program issues that involve major areas of uncertainty in approach or methodology in the assigned criminal justice program area.
Makes recommendations related to criminal justice program planning and implementation in connection with prospective changes in functions in the criminal justice program area.

Serves as a technical expert in the administration of a wide variety of complex criminal justice issues and strategies to inform the development and management of grants and/or cooperative agreements, i.e., is called upon to provide advice, guidance, and information on grants and agreements with unprecedented issues and process.

Develops and maintains effective relationships with national, state, tribal, and local experts, administrators, high-level officials, policy makers, and planners in assigned criminal justice areas.

Serves as a BJA representative on interagency task forces focusing on criminal justice programs whose members may include high-level DOJ officials and other executive branch representatives.

Researches and prepares a variety of written materials related to criminal justice program issues, including scanning and engaging the criminal justice field to identify emerging issues and trends. Collects and analyzes data and information and prepares written responses to special information requests from a variety of audiences including leadership, Congress and the media.

Develops and/or reviews criminal justice grant program materials, such as program plans, solicitation content and budget recommendations, justifications and program assessment of outcomes addressing BJA program priorities.

Application Deadline: Monday, March 1, 2021

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Posting Date: 2/25/21
Position: Executive Director
Company / Organization: Main Street Lorain

Are you looking for the opportunity to get in on the ground level of a city on the rise? Do you want to work with a diverse group of people who are ready to do what it takes to revitalize their downtown? Then the position of the Executive Director of Main Street Lorain could be a perfect fit!

Summary of the Position
ain Street Lorain seeks an organized, dynamic, energetic visionary to lead our Main Street community as an Executive Director. This candidate must be a self-starter with an entrepreneurial spirit and capable of functioning effectively in an independent environment. This individual will be responsible for the coordination and oversight of the Main Street organization alongside the Board of Directors.

Job Responsibilities
The responsibilities of the Executive Director include management of all internal and external operations of Main Street Lorain, inclusive of, but not limited to: marketing and promotions, fundraising, event planning, advocacy and communications, leadership development, strategic planning, and volunteer management. The Executive Director reports directly to the President of the Board and the Board of Directors.

Application Deadline: All interested applicants should apply at http://mainstreetlorainohio.org/application no later than March 12, 2021.

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Posting Date: 2/12/2021
Position: Assistant Program Director
Company / Organization: Jack, Joseph, and Morton Mandel Foundation

The Jack, Joseph, and Morton Mandel Foundation (JJMMF) is seeking an Assistant Program Director for its leadership development and community engagement programs based in Cleveland, Ohio.

Primary Responsibilities

  • Assist the Program Director in the execution of the JJMMF’s leadership training and community engagement programs including strategic decision making that aligns with JJMMF’s goals and strategies
  • Build strategic relationships on behalf of NLDP and other Foundation related programs with stakeholders and partners in partnership with the Program Director
  • Analyze JJMMF’s community-based leadership development programs impact and make suggestions for program adjustments as necessary
  • Champion JJMMF’s leadership development story and impact to audiences identified in partnership with Program Director
  • Assist in special projects and represent the JJMMF in the community as requested

Email your Cover Letter, Resume and three (3) References in a single PDF format to: apply@strategydesignpartners.com no later than 5:00 pm on March 5, 2021. Please indicate Assistant Program Director in the subject line. ​​​​​​Learn more about this position.​​​​​​​​​​​​


Posting Date: 2/12/2021
Position: Lead Coach
Company / Organization: Neighborhood Leadership Development Program

Essential Responsibilities:

  • Provides advice and counsel to the Program Director on program matters as requested.
  • Provides individual coaching to assigned NLDP participants including one coaching session between each program session.
  • Provides Program Director with written Coaching Update Report the Wednesday before each program session. The report will include a statistical breakdown of the number of coaching sessions held by each coach with program participants between sessions.
  • Attends all sixteen Saturday NLDP group sessions and participates as appropriate.
  • Attends and provides feedback regarding the progress being made by the current cohort in up to three internal debriefing sessions.
  • Administers and reviews the Kolb Learning Styles Inventory and the Korn Ferry Emotional and Social Competency Inventory.
  • Coordinates and/or leads one or more program sessions.
  • Provides professional input on the revisions of existing NLDP sessions or the creation of new sessions.
  • Provides leadership in the development of one or more program sessions.
  • Monitors and documents progress between participants and coaches.
  • Advises and seeks input from the Program Director regarding all coaching matters.
  • Assists the Program Director with session preparation including the review of session content provided by the presenter and participates on conference calls, if requested.
  • Provides support to the Program Director as needed at the sessions.
  • Provides one article on coaching to the NLDP Newsletter per year.

Application Deadline: Friday, February 26 , 2021 at 5pm.

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Posting Date: 2/2/2021
Position: Priniciple Planner 
Company / Organization: City of Mandan, North Dakota

Description of Work

  • General Statement of Duties: This position performs professional planning duties in support of the positive development of the City of Mandan. 
  • Supervision Received: Under direct supervision of the Planning and Engineering Director. 
  • Supervision Exercised: Position has authority to direct the Planning and Engineering Department Administrative Assistant. 

​​​​​​​Examples of Work

  • Leading role in assisting applicants, coordinating, compiling and organizing presentation information for Planning and Zoning Commission meetings. Presents the information compiled and includes their recommendation for each item. Items include platting, zoning, annexations and related variance requests. Takes items to City Commission for consideration after Planning and Zoning.  
  • Acts as the city’s staff expert in Planning and Zoning related requests for information and advisement. Impart knowledge and opinion onto requestors of such information.    
  • Assists the Planning and Engineering Director to develop appropriate master-planning for all of the city’s infrastructure improvements, both new and existing. Participates in planning of city’s infrastructure expansion and reconstruction projects and other duties as assigned by the Planning and Engineering Director
  • Develops and recommends rule and policy changes related to all Planning and Zoning items. Constructs ordinances, resolutions, development agreements and other agreements as needed.  Traverses a political and complex environment with conflicting values and needs while striving to fulfill the adopted plans of the City.  
  • Engages in and acts as the main point of contact for planning studies, typically led by the Metropolitan Planning Organization (MPO), as assigned by the Planning and Engineering Director.  Facilitates implementation of a variety of plans, including the Mandan Land Use and Transportation Plan, Downtown Subarea Study, and Fringe Area Road Master Plan.  
  • Performs, as required, clerical duties such as printing, compiling data, data input, photocopying, phone answering, scanning and filing.
  • Provides staff support to the Planning and Zoning Commission and Board of City Commissioners by reviewing applications, preparing reports and findings, and providing formal recommendation in written, oral, and presentation formats. Acts as City liaison for variety of committees and subcommittees surrounding land use, transportation, downtown revitalization, and general community health and wellbeing.   Provides input and direction to consultants working on a variety of plans and studies.  
  • Responsible for processing a variety of application types to include annexations, special use permits, preliminary and final plats, zoning map/text amendments, variances, and street vacations.  Creates, manages, and maintains the City’s land use maps including zoning, future land use, and subdivisions, and assists other departments including Assessors and Building with mapping as needed.  
  • Provides guidance to future applicants on application timing, additional submittals, and explanation of rules and regulations relevant to the respective future application, as needed.  Processes a variety of administrative land use permits for applicants and ensure compliance with regulations at the time of application.  
  • Performs other duties of a comparable level/type as required. 

Application Deadline: February 21, 2021 at 11:59pm

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Posting Date: 2/5/2021

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Posting Date: 1/19/2021
Position: Planner II
Company / Organization: City of Chesapeake, Virginia

Performs professional level municipal planning and project management work over a variety of subject areas. Must be versed in the principles and practices of local government planning. Seeks solutions to planning related problems and formulates recommendations within broad policy and organizational guidelines. Serves as project manager and takes the lead on collecting and analyzing data, performing research, analysis, and summarization of data to assist in the development of reports, plans, policies and programs. Responds to internal and external planning inquiries. Works both independently and with teams to implement projects; reports progress of major activities through periodic conferences and meetings. Performs complex analysis of development plans for consistency with adopted ordinances, plans, policy, and guidelines. May be called upon to coordinate and/or lead citizen engagement activities. Attendance at evening meetings is required. Must be able to simultaneously manage multiple projects. Must be able to work effectively with and provide exceptional customer service to city staff, members of the community, developers, and policy makers. Excellent communication and interpersonal skills are required. Must have excellent written skills. Must be able to develop and interpret data, charts, maps, and other graphics. Applicants are encouraged to highlight any particular experience they may have in urban design, community development, development review, socio economic / data analysis, or comprehensive planning.

Application Deadline: February 7, 2021

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Posting Date: 1/20/2021
Position: Community Development Administrator
Company / Organization: City of Barberton

The City of Barberton is accepting resumes for a Community Development Administrator. The Community Development Administrator serves under the direction of the Planning & Community Development Director and is fundamental in carrying-out the City’s vision and in advancing the goals of the department and administration. The primary function of the Community Development Administrator is to manage the City’s yearly allocation through the Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) program, as a direct entitlement community. However, the position is intertwined in all aspects of the Planning & Community Development Department. In addition to managing the yearly CDBG allocation, the position will help lead progressive planning projects, especially those that involve the use of our CDBG allocation. Our legacy community has an immense history with 16 identified city neighborhoods, a historic downtown, and connection to the canal-era towpath trail from which to build, not to mention our location on a 12-acre natural kettle lake, Lake Anna. Duties include completing grant applications, preparing CDBG reports and documents, producing maps, monitoring programs and researching and developing other planning concepts. Starting salary: $44,195.26.

Application Deadline: Cover letters and resumes must be received by Friday, February 5, 2021 and may be emailed to jiceman@cityofbarberton.com or via US Mail to: City of Barberton Attn: HR Coordinator, Jaime Iceman 576 W. Park Ave. Room #102 Barberton, OH 44203

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Posting Date: 1/19/2021
Position: Planning and Administrative Assistant 
Company / Organization: Seneca Regional Planning Commission

Under limited supervision, this position will be responsible for various planning and administrative functions. Administrative functions will include, but are not limited to, assisting with the daily administrative duties of the Seneca County Sewer District, drafting correspondence, scheduling appointments, organizing, and maintaining paper and electronic files, grant administration, bid packages, contract protocol, and providing information to callers. Planning functions will include, but are not limited to, aiding in the grant management process for all grants administered by the Seneca Regional Planning Commission and, including accessing information, entering data, and preparing maps as requested.

Application Deadline: January 31, 2021

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Note: ​​​​​​​​​​​​​​Please submit all applications by email to cjwatkins@senecarpc.org or mail to: Seneca Regional Planning Commission, 71 S Washington St, Suite 1104, Tiffin, OH 44883


Posting Date: 1/19/2021
Position: Program Administrator 1
Company / Organization: Ohio Department of Natural Resources

We are accepting applications for a Program Administrator 1 for the H2Ohio Program within the Division of Water Resources, headquartered at Franklin Square (Central Office), assigned to Franklin county. The address is 2045 Morse Road, Columbus, Ohio 43229.  To learn more about the Division of Water Resources please visit http://water.ohiodnr.gov/.

What you will do...

  • Provides assistance to the H2Ohio Program & water quality initiatives
  • Provides information on the process for targeting & prioritizing wetland restoration & related natural infrastructure implementation
  • Provides oversight of wetland grants through the H2Ohio initiative to various government entities & non-government organizations
  • Ensures monitoring results guide future wetland construction & management techniques
  • Performs public relations activities in support of the H2Ohio Program & water quality initiatives (e.g. provides information to the public, at meeting & at conferences)

What's in it for you...

The State of Ohio offers an excellent benefits package which includes extensive medical, dental and vision insurance. At least a 14% employer contribution into your OPERS pension plan, Employee Tuition reimbursement program and much more.  To view all the benefits offered, please visit Total Rewards. 

Application Deadline: January 25, 2021, 11:59pm

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Posting Date: 1/12/2021
Position: Director of Marketing and Communications
Company / Organization: Sustainable Community Associates

Sustainable Community Associates is a real estate development firm focused on catalytic mixed-use projects across Northeast Ohio. We believe that with determination, creativity and the willingness to challenge conventional wisdom, community-oriented development can have a transformative impact on a neighborhood. For more information, please visit sustainableca.com

Key Job Expectations

  • Steward and expand the SCA brand to further reach both potential and current residents through a variety of innovative social media and marketing strategies.
  • Develop creative approaches to leasing and communication in order to connect with a wide variety of residents and communities.
  • Analyze & track relevant local housing data to strengthen SCA’s marketing, leasing, & retention priorities.
  • Communicate clearly and effectively across multiple platforms for a variety of purposes and audiences.
  • Foster a sense of civic engagement and belonging within existing SCA properties through unique community events.

Application Deadline: N/A

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Posting Date: 1/11/2021
Position: Fellowship
Company / Organization: Policy Matters Ohio via State Policy Fellowship Program

About the Fellowship:
We are now accepting applications for 2021 class of State Policy Fellows. Fellows in this cohort would begin August 2021. Please have your application and materials submitted by February 19, 2021.

Making a difference for low-income families and communities
State Policy Fellows tackle domestic policy challenges in areas like health care, taxes, anti-poverty policy, education, and criminal justice. Working in independent, highly respected policy organizations located across the country, Fellows analyze the impact of state budget and tax policy choices on low-income residents and promote positive reforms.

Bringing diverse perspectives to state policy debates
​​​​​​​To expand the diversity of voices that speak with authority in state policy debates, the program identifies highly motivated candidates – with particular attention to candidates having experience with communities that are underrepresented in state policy debates – who have a demonstrated interest in working on public policies that affect low-income communities, communities of color, and tribal communities.

Application Deadline: February 19, 2021

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Posting Date: 1/11/2021
Position: Senior Policy Researcher
Company / Organization: Policy Matters Ohio

Policy Matters is a non-profit policy research institute creating a more vibrant, equitable, sustainable and inclusive Ohio through research, strategic communications, coalition building and policy advocacy. Our analysis is evidence-based. Our research is data and values driven.

Job Duties

  • Produce high-impact, high quality research and policy analysis that builds a more equitable, inclusive, sustainable and vibrant Ohio, with an initial focus on the education, post-secondary education, and justice systems.
  • Explain your findings to the public by writing and working with communications staff to write op-eds, infographics, and similar materials.
  • Work with outreach and engagement staff to engage a broad and diverse community of stakeholders. This may include public speaking, public testimony, participation and leadership in coalitions and with partners, media interviews and social media communication, and participating in policy events and conferences.
  • Collaborate with Policy Matters Ohio leadership to ensure alignment with the organization’s mission, vision and values in developing policy priorities and research products and complete other work as assigned.
  • Ensure the organization’s sustainability by assisting the leadership and development team as needed, including cultivating relationships with funders and supporters.
  • Work with outreach and engagement staff to build and maintain relationships with local, state, and national policymakers and policy networks.

Additional expectations:

  • Work collaboratively across teams and other organizations to advance the Policy Matters mission.
  • Be adaptable, flexible, open to change and experimentation in our work.

Application Deadline: N/A. Applicants will be informed when position is filled.

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Posting Date: 1/5/2021
Position: Development Associate
Company / Organization: Cleveland Play House

Cleveland Play House relies heavily on philanthropy for annual and long-term revenue. The Development Associate maintains gift processing, database management, and department administrative functions.

This position requires strength in the following areas: verbal and written communication; critical and analytical thinking; managing multiple projects at once; proficiency with Microsoft Excel; ability to learn complex online programs and databases; customer service best practices.

Application Deadline: N/A

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Posting Date: 1/5/2021
Position: Campaign and Event Project Manager
Company / Organization: Cleveland Play House

Cleveland Play House relies heavily on philanthropy for annual and long-term revenue. The Campaign and Event Project Manager will work with the Development Team and related Committees, coordinating and serving as the point person for campaigns and events related to fundraising.

This position requires strength in the following areas: excellent verbal and written communication; managing multiple projects at once; experience with Microsoft Office; ability to learn online programs and databases; spatial aptitude; creative problem solver; ability to lead internal and external colleagues, professionals, and volunteers; a knowledge of event planning best practices. A passion for theatre and fundraising experience are a plus.

Application Deadline: N/A

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Posting Date: 12/12/2020
Position: Management Analyst I
Company / Organization: City of Mesa

The Management Analyst I class is part of the City's multi-year Management Analyst Program intended to attract promising professionals with a demonstrated interest in local government management.  This classification provides exposure to municipal finances and valuable professional development.  The Management Analyst I classification performs progressively responsible work in the preparation and administration of the City's annual operating budget, five-year Capital Improvement Program budget, and multi-year revenue/expenditure projections, as well as performance management related analysis and support of departmental operations.

Application Deadline: 01/14/2021

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Posting Date: 12/09/2020
Position: Greater Circle Living Program Coordinator
Company / Organization: Fairfax Renaissance Development Corporation

Fairfax Renaissance Development Corporation (FRDC) is seeking an organized, energetic individual to assist in the administration of the Greater Circle Living Program (GCL). GCL is an innovative employee housing assistance program geared toward anchor institutions and nonprofits in the Greater University Circle (GUC) area.  The program provides financial incentives for employees to live in the GUC area.  FRDC is searching for an individual with a track record of operating in a fast paced environment with outstanding communication, organizational and customer service skills.

Application Deadline: N/A

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Posting Date: 12/09/2020
Position: Senior Project Manager
Company / Organization: Fairfax Renaissance Development Corporation

The Project Manager has responsibility for day‐to‐day operations of various development projects including housing, acquisition activities for housing and commercial projects, greening projects and housing rehab activities at a community development corporation. The position requires superb communication and teamwork skills, proven real estate finance and structuring expertise. This position is characterized by a high degree of initiative, responsibility, accountability and ability to work congenially with a wide variety of individuals, community based organizations and governmental entities. Applicant must be able to articulate the case for the project. Should have both an intuitive and a detailed sense of the dynamics, risks, and structured financings of each transaction.

Application Deadline: N/A

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Posting Date: 12/02/2020
Position: Senior Planner
Company / Organization: City of Colorado Springs

Senior Planner will perform advanced planning duties by reviewing complex land development applications and performing redevelopment and comprehensive urban planning functions for the Planning and Community Services Department.

Duties: 

  • Review complex land use applications for compliance with City code and other applicable regulations; ensure compliance with professional standards
  • Process development application submittals for distribution; manage public notification requirements; and verify that all application components are provided and in compliance
  • Communicate with internal and external stakeholders; write technical review letters
  • Present project proposals at City Planning Commission and City Council meetings and other public hearings
  • Research zoning, planning, development, geological, and drainage history for preapplication and potential development
  • Communicate research and development process, applicable regulations, and potential pitfalls to development applicants
  • Coordinate assigned activities and projects with other divisions, outside agencies, and the public

Application Deadline: 12/14/2020.

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Posting Date: 11/20/2020
Position: Operations Manager - Preservation
Company / Organization: Heritage Works

The Preservation Operations Manager will be an experienced historical preservation professional. As second in command to the CEO, the Preservation Operations Manager helps execute Heritage Works’ mission to promote community vitality by leading and inspiring people to connect with historic places and by providing direct assistance to organizations, businesses and individuals who are undertaking historic preservation projects or are working to revitalize communities. The Preservation Operations Manager serves as an advocate for preservation, promoting its entrepreneurial and economic-development potentials and builds relationships with people in the community, organizations, governmental entities, construction professionals and others to further the organization’s mission.

Resumes for this position should be sent to Josselyn@mrgpeople.com

Application Deadline: N/A (12/15/20 Update: This position is currently open, apply soon.)

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Posting Date: 11/18/2020
Company / Organization: Planning and Zoning Administrator
Company: City of Lorain 

Responsibilities:

  • Performs and manages complex and sensitive professional planning projects, research and analysis
  • Monitors and ensures compliance with local, state and federal laws
  • Oversees specialized planning functions such as large-scale new development proposals and environmental studies
  • Provides overall management of planning issues
  • Advises the Building, Housing and Planning Director on all planning-related matters
  • Advises various councils, boards, commissions and elected officials in planning-related issues
  • Supervises the Transportation Modeling Division of Planning Department
  • Serves as liaison and performs all necessary functions in support of Planning Commission
  • Assigns work to professional staff and ensures appropriate training is provided
  • Evaluates operations and activities of assigned responsibilities
  • Prepares reports on operations and activities, recommending improvements and modifications
  • Participates in budget preparation and administration, monitors and controls expenditures
  • Attends substantial number of evening and weekend meetings
  • Serves as the technical advisor to the Planning Commission, The Board of Zoning appeals and the Design Review Board
  • Other duties as required

Application Deadline: N/A

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Posting Date: 11/10/2020
Position: Doctoral Position in (the Research Area of) Urban Analytics and Data
Company / Organization: The Ragnar Nurkse Department of Innovation and Governance (RND)

The Ragnar Nurkse Department of Innovation and Governance is opening up a doctoral position in the research area of 'Urban analytics and data.' Doctoral research students are invited to submit their ideas for topic specific research projects, which will be in line with the main research axes of the FinEst Twins project, from which the position is funded. The projects should focus on theoretical and empirical research that contributes to establishing smart, resilient, and sustainable cities worldwide and fostering the design and use of data technologies that consider social diversities.

Responsibilities: 

During the Doctoral research period (4 years), the researcher is expected to design, develop, and complete their research resulting in at least three peer-reviewed articles published in internationally recognized journals. The research plan should also be in line with, and contribute to, the strategic research axes of the FinEst Twins CoE and its members. The ideal research ratio expected is 50:50 between the successful candidate’s own research and their contribution to the Finest Twins project strategic research agenda. In addition to conducting research, the Ragnar Nurkse department expects the successful candidate to participate in a professional development program by participating in the teaching and supervision of undergraduate and master’s students and gaining research management experience at the Nurkse Department. In this respect, courses, workshops, seminars, and inductions will be provided, to which new researchers are encouraged to attend and contribute. 

Application Deadline: N/A

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Posting Date: 11/12/2020
Position: Assistant Project Manager for Environmental Dashboard
Company: Oberlin College

The Environmental Studies Program at Oberlin College invites applications for the position of Assistant Project Manager for Environmental Dashboard. This is a full-time, one-year, non-continuing grant-supported position, with the potential for renewal. The successful candidate will assist in the management, development, and assessment of Environmental Dashboard (ED), a novel communication technology that provides community residents with environmentally and socially contextualized real-time feedback designed to promote community sustainability and resilience.

Application Deadline: N/A

For more information about this position please click here.​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​ ​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​


Posting Date: 11/09/2020
Position: Major Gifts Officer
Company / Organization: Holden Forests & Gardens (HF&G)

Holden Forests & Gardens (HF&G) is seeking a Major Gifts Officer to join our team. Located at the Cleveland Botanical Garden campus, the Major Gift Officer is responsible for identifying, cultivating, soliciting, and stewarding prospective and current donors who have the potential to make gifts of $10,000 or more, with emphasis on gifts of $50,000 or more, to support Holden Forests & Garden’s strategic priorities and fundraising initiatives.

Responsibilities:

  • Manage portfolio of donors and prospective donors with specific goals and benchmarks intended to secure major, planned and estate gifts along with determining their level of support and engagement.
  • Create strategies linking opportunities/needs with philanthropic interests of donors.
  • Document fundraising progress through contact reports, cultivation strategy plans, solicitation plans, and other communication materials as necessary.
  • Strive to meet and exceed goals such as monthly visits or yearly proposals.
  • Travel regionally (primarily) to visit with prospective donors.
  • Help promote a culture of philanthropy at Holden Forests & Gardens.
  • Participate in overall Development department activities, e.g. planning retreats, team meetings and fundraising events.
  • Participate in local and/or national peer groups to benchmark and track trends and best practices.

Application Deadline: N/A

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Posting Date: 11/05/2020
Position: Associate Professor or Professor, Environment and Human Interactions
Company / Organization: University of Connecticut, College of Liberal Arts & Sciences

The University of Connecticut’s College of Liberal Arts and Sciences invites applications for two positions at the level of Associate or Full Professor as part of a cluster hire in the Environment and Human Interactions. This initiative also includes four appointments at the level of Assistant Professor. University of Connecticut is seeking a range of scholars on subjects including (but not limited to) pollution, water supply, climate change, policy, and society’s response.

Application Deadline: 12/15/2020

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Posting Date: 11/05/2020
Position: Assistant Professor, Environment and Human Interactions
Company / Organization: University of Connecticut, College of Liberal Arts & Sciences

The University of Connecticut’s College of Liberal Arts and Sciences invites applications for four positions at the level of Assistant Professor as part of a cluster hire in the Environment and Human Interactions. This initiative also includes two appointments at the Associate or Full Professor level. University of Connecticut seeks a range of scholars on subjects including (but not limited to) pollution, water supply, climate change, policy, and society’s response.

Application Deadline: 12/15/2020

For more information about this position please click here.​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​ ​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​


Posting Date: 11/03/2020
Position: Program Assistant
Company / Organization: Saint Luke's Foundation

Saint Luke's Foundation is seeking for a Program Assistant. As a member of the administrative and program team, the Program Assistant performs a variety of administrative and clerical functions in support of the day to day operations of the foundation’s program staff (Senior Program Director, Senior Program Officer, Program Officer, and Senior Grants Manager) and ensures general administrative efficiency of all programmatic activities.

Duties: 

  • Assist the program staff by supporting grantees in their efforts to navigate the grantmaking process and triage calls.
  • Serve as the back-up to the Grants Manager for Foundant GLM software.
  • Schedule site visits for potential and current grantees and prepare site visit materials for the board and staff.
  • Maintain a record of board participation in site visits and program-related committee meetings.
  • Attend all staff proposal review meetings
  • Attend Grants and Strategy committee meetings to record minutes.

Application Deadline: N/A

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Posting Date: 11/03/2020
Position: Heritage Home Program Staff
Company: Cleveland Restoration Society

Cleveland Restoration Society is looking for two people to assist with the organization’s Heritage Home Program. These positions are temporary and will require 20 or more hours per week. Interested applicants will have excellent computer and telephone skills. It’s a great opportunity for high school and college students. To apply, send a resume to COO Tom Jorgenson as soon as possible.

Application Deadline: N/A

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Posting Date: 10/26/2020
Position: Planner II (Term Limited)
Company: City of Commerce City

The Planner II completes current and long range planning activities including collecting and analyzing data to produce information, memos and reports regarding planning related issues. This is a journey-level professional and technical planning position providing staff support to the Planning Manager, Director of Community Development, Board of Adjustment, Planning Commission, and City Council. Work is performed with general instructions from a supervisor with considerable latitude for independence initiative and judgment.

Application Deadline: N/A.

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Posting Date: 10/22/2020
Position: Economic Development Specialist
Company: The City of Independence

The City of Independence, OH, is looking for a full-time Economic Development Specialist. The Specialist assists in the planning, design, coordination, review and managing of the City’s economic development strategies and programs. Work may include providing technical assistance to businesses and the public; supporting marketing, business retention and expansion efforts; maintaining, analyzing and manipulating database, GIS, reporting and website information; interacting with various agencies, officials, boards and commissions; and providing other complex administrative support for City departments.  Work is performed under the general supervision of the Economic Development Director.

Application Deadline: N/A.

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Posting Date: 10/21/2020
Position: FFAR/foodNEST 2.0 Program Manager
Company: Case Western Reserve University

The program manager will be responsible for coordinating major activities of the Mary Ann Swetland Center for Environmental Health. Specifically, the program manager position will lead project management and strategic direction to the Modeling the Future of Food in Your Neighborhood Study (foodNEST 2.0), a multifaceted community-engaged study designed to develop, disseminate, and evaluate decision-making tools that offer a system lens within an equity framework to guide future community-driven food systems change. Additionally, the program manager will lead Center-wide external communications to advance the Swetland Center’s mission and strategic vision focused on the complex interplay between the environment and human health with a focus on translating these findings to advance environmental health equity. The program manager will provide input and recommendations to the Center Director regarding significant developments in research projects and Center-wide initiatives.

Application Deadline: N/A.

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Posting Date: 10/21/2020
Position: Research Assistant 4
Company: Case Western Reserve University

Research Assistant 4 will be responsible for coordinating major activities of the Mary Ann Swetland Center for Environmental Health. Specifically, the Research Assistant 4 position will lead project management and strategic direction of the Building Capacity for Obesity Prevention (BCOP) study, a research partnership conducted in collaboration with The Ohio State University SNAP-Ed program. The Research Assistant 4 will lead Center-wide programming focused on training and community education to advance the Swetland Center’s mission and strategic vision focused on the complex interplay between the environment and human health with a focus on translating these findings to advance environmental health equity.

Application Deadline: N/A.

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Posting Date: 10/21/2020
Position: Research Assistant (3/4)
Company: Case Western Reserve University

The research assistant is responsible for coordinating major activities of the Mary Ann Swetland Center. Specifically, the research assistant will be responsible for developing, implementing, training, and disseminating new and innovative community-engaged research techniques involving a high degree of skill and training.

The research assistant will contribute to several active studies within the Center’s robust research portfolio focused on the complex interplay between the environment and human health with a focus on translating these findings to advance environmental health equity. The research assistant will provide input and recommendations to the Center’s Director of Operations and Partnerships regarding significant developments in research projects.

Application Deadline: N/A.

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Posting Date: 10/21/2020
Position: Research Associate, Qualitative Research Core
Company: Case Western Reserve University

 Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine is seeking for a Research Associate to provide leadership to its robust and multifaceted Qualitative Research Core. The Center places special emphasis on investigating the environmental determinants (i.e., physical, social, built) of health inequities, and to translating findings into policies and practices that promote community and population health. The position will provide leadership to the Center’s collaborative research portfolio at the intersection of the complex interplay between the environment and health in the areas of food systems as well as COVID-19 and child health. Successful candidates will have at least 3 years of experience in advanced qualitative study design, data collection and analysis, and reporting within the context of collaborative and community-engaged population health research. 

Application Deadline: N/A.

For more information about this position please click here.​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​


Posting Date: 10/12/2020
Position: Research Associate
Company: Case Western Reserve University

The Research Associate will work closely with principal investigators, faculty and staff and supervise students to carry out research and technical assistance across multiple projects and sites. The Research Associate will manage a portfolio of diverse, complex projects, and carry out a variety of research-related tasks, including: literature reviews, data collection, data entry, research and instrument design, qualitative data analysis, quantitative data analysis, and report writing. The Research Associate will manage project workplans and help coordinate project teams and partners. The Research Associate will help design and provide technical assistance and consultation. Key to this role will be the Research Associate’s ability to cultivate relationships with researchers, policymakers and practitioners, as well as staff and others at study sites. In addition, the Research Associate will help build and maintain NIMC information resources for researchers, practitioners and policymakers.

Application Deadline: N/A.

For more information about this position please click here.​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​


Posting Date: 10/08/2020
Position: Computational Research Specialist/Analyst
Company: The Princeton Gerrymandering Project (PGP)

The Princeton Gerrymandering Project is recruiting a Computational Research Analyst. The Computational Research Analyst will work to develop OpenPrecincts, a comprehensive, legislative-quality database of voting precincts across the U.S.; will provide technical analysis to state-level partner organizations; and will participate in outreach to civic organizations to support their use of PGP data within their reform efforts. This position is suitable for someone who is between college and graduate school. More experienced applicants are also welcome. This is a one-year term position with the probability of extension contingent upon performance and continued funding.

Responsibilities:

  • Develop OpenPrecincts, a legislative-quality database of electoral precinct data for all 50 states, the District of Columbia, and Puerto Rico. Compile datasets on a state-by-state basis, combining census data, precinct-level results, and other information using GIS software. Create tools to facilitate data munging.
  • Conduct technical analysis for state and local-level partner organizations that are working on redistricting. Coordinate with reformers and/or litigants in several states.
  • Communicate clearly with political scientists, lawyers, and lay audiences. Make presentations to civic and government organizations to share data and promote collaborations. Assist in the preparation of mainstream media content, professional reports, in-depth analysis, and possible peer-reviewed publications.
  • Cultivate collaborations with Mapbox and other platforms that can contribute to the build-out of OpenPrecincts.
  • Onboard and oversee volunteers to assist with OpenPrecincts. Assist with managing Princeton students who interface with the Princeton Gerrymandering Project to work on senior theses, junior projects, or other research.

Application Deadline: N/A.

For more information about this position please click here.​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​


Posting Date: 09/28/2020
Position: Program Manager l
Company: The City of Lorain

The City of Lorain is seeking for Program Manager to assist the Director of Building, Housing and Planning in managing and directing the Department; plan, organize, direct and perform activities relating to planning, program development/implementation; assist in developing Department goals and objectives; assist in the development of and implementation of policies and procedures; coordinate development review activities with other City departments and other public agencies and private concerns; supervise and participate in the implementation of the City's Consolidated Plan and Annual Action Plan; monitor work flow; review and evaluate work products, methods and procedures; assist in preparing the Building, Housing and Planning budget; assist in budget implementation; monitor the budget; participate in the forecast of additional funds needed for staffing, equipment, materials and supplies.

Responsibilities:

  • Develops and monitors contracts and budgets. Monitors and evaluates program performance.
  • Reviews compliance for payment requests.
  • Performs periodic site visits and financial reviews. Ensures contract compliance. Assists in the review of non-profit agencies according to departmental schedules.
  • Provides grant oversight and guidance to third party on HUD and other regulations.
  • Reports requirements and contract compliance to agencies.
  • Consolidated Planning Process and Documentation.
  • Other duties as assigned

Note: The date on the job description refers to the date the postion was approved. This position is currently open.
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Application Deadline: N/A.

For more information about this position please click here.​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​


Posting Date: 09/28/2020
Position: Homeless Outreach Navigator
Company: The Metanoia Project

The Metanoia Project is currently looking for Homeless Outreach Navigator to work directly with the homeless population by providing services in our seasonal, temporary housing environment.The primary goal is to identify unsheltered homeless neighbors through direct street outreach activities and through community referrals from mental health, hospitals, local law enforcement and municipalities and other social service agencies. The navigator will also assist guests in obtaining housing readiness documentation and accompany them through goals they set through our program. The Homeless Outreach Navigator implements the goals and objectives in the client’s Individualized Service Plan (ISP) to seek housing and meet the individual’s identified goals, including but not limited to: decrease in distress caused by mental health symptoms and substance use issues, improvement in physical health, increased income, improved interpersonal relationships, and increased self-sufficiency and self-determination.

Application Deadline: N/A.

For more information about this position please click here.​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​


Posting Date: 09/17/2020
Position: Poll Worker Volunteer Opportunity (CSU Student Job)

Job Summary:
​​​​​​​CSU Students: Be part of something big. Sign up to be a poll worker and help your community run a safe, secure, and accurate election!


Posting Date: 11/17/2020
Position: Cleveland Documenters Civic Reporter
Company: Neighborhood Connections

Neighborhood Connections is seeking a dogged Civic Reporter to do accountability reporting on local government as part of our Cleveland Documenters team. Accountability journalism includes investigative reporting, fact-checking and digging into public data. 

Responsibilities:

  • Original reporting on local government with focus on accountability journalism, which includes investigative reporting, fact-checking and digging into public data. 
  • Requesting public records, and then analyzing and translating those official governmental records to make them relevant to everyday people.
  • Curation of documentation and Documenters content.
  • Creation of social media content based on original reporting and Documenters.org content.
  • Regular communication with Documenters staff and partner organizations.

Application Deadline: 12/07/2020.

For more information about this position please click here.​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​ ​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​


Posting Date: 11/18/2020
Position: Director of Community Development & Economic Development
Company: The City of Sandusky

The Director of Community & Economic Development will play a critical role in making Sandusky a more vibrant and equitable place. Under the direction of the city manager, they will lead city efforts related to economic and neighborhood development, with a focus on revitalizing Sandusky’s housing stock, supporting catalytic economic development projects, and continuing the momentum of Downtown Sandusky. The Director of Community & Economic Development will drive the implementation of a new Downtown Sandusky Masterplan and inform the creation of a new strategic vision for Sandusky. This work will build on the accomplishments of Sandusky’s Bicentennial Vision Plan, which catalyzed over $300 million in public and private investment and culminated in Sandusky being named America’s Best Coastal Small Town. The Director of Community and Economic Development will help ensure that momentum continues and that all Sandusky residents benefit from continued investment. 

Application Deadline: The City of Sandusky is accepting applications until November 20, 2020 or until the position has been filled.

For more information about this position please click here.​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​


Posting Date: 12/01/2020
Position: Paid Student Voter Engagement Fellowship Opportunities through Campus Vote Project and the OCE
Organization: Office of Civic Engagement

The Campus Vote Project (CVP) is a national nonpartisan project that helps America's colleges and universities to get as many of their 20 million students as possible to register, volunteer in campaigns, educate themselves and turn out at the polls.

Fellows will lead their campus with voter registration, voter education, and voter engagement for the spring semester 2021. Fellows will work with the CSU Office of Civic Engagement to help register and engage the CSU community in the election process, and work to institutionalize voter and civic engagement on campus. Fellows will receive orientation, training, support, and guidance from CVP.

Fellows must currently be enrolled in courses at CSU. The Fellowship will start at the beginning of the spring semester. The total stipend for this Fellowship is $1,200. Fellows will be paid $500 at the end of the spring semester. If a Fellow chooses to continue the Fellowship through the fall 2021 semester, they will receive the remaining $700.

To Apply:
Please submit a resume and cover letter to Dylan Sellers at dsellers@campusvoteproject.org AND to Anita Ruf-Young at a.rufyoung@csuohio.edu by December 7, 2020.

Application Deadline: 12/07/2020.


Posting Date: 10/28/2020
Position: GIS/IT Technician
Company: Western Reserve Land Conservancy

Western Reserve Land Conservancy’s region includes natural, working and urban landscapes. Within that context, the GIS/IT Technician (“Technician”) is the primary map maker in the GIS Group. The Technician helps to update and maintain GIS databases used in conservation planning, land protection, stewardship, Thriving Communities program (TC), and development activities. The Technician provides support to the GIS/IT Director for GIS projects and consultancy services. While the primary role of the Technician is GIS map making and GIS data maintenance, the Technician will also learn how to provide desktop support for employees to resolve an array of basic information technology issues. 

Application Deadline: N/A.

For more information about this position please click here.​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​


Posting Date: 09/28/2020
Position: Support Specialist
Company: The Metanoia Project

Support Specialist will provide supportive services and actively maintain the daily operations of our seasonal shelters programming. They will ensure there is a safe, supportive, and therapeutic environment for our guests and fellow staff, by following all policies and procedures. This position will be encouraged to help empower our guests to reach goals and may need to provide documentation when needed. Due to the nature of this program, hours may vary. As a Homeless Support Specialist, you will be a vital member of our transdisciplinary team that works together to accommodate residents' unique needs while providing trauma-informed hospitality and services in a flexible, compassionate, and responsible manner. This position provides compassionate individuals with the powerful, unique opportunity to work on the front lines of innovative, grassroots efforts to bridge serious gaps in our community’s social service structure.

Application Deadline: N/A.

For more information about this position please click here.​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​


Posting Date: 09/28/2020
Position: Site Coordinator
Company: The Metanoia Project

The Metanoia Project is currently looking for Site Coordinator who will hold a leadership position within their transdisciplinary team that works together to accommodate individuals’ unique needs while providing trauma-informed hospitality and services in a flexible, compassionate, and responsible manner. Coordinators are responsible for overseeing and assisting with our Overnight Hospitality Centers while ensuring that The Metanoia Project’s mission and protocols are upheld in a safe and consistent manner. Providing direct support and coaching to team members is a vital element of this position, ensuring that the highest quality compassionate care and understanding will be carried out by staff despite the obstacles they may encounter.

Application Deadline: N/A.

For more information about this position please click here.​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​


Posting Date: 10/30/2020
Position: Principal Planner
Company: The City of Mandan, North Dakota

Examples of Work:

  • Leading role in assisting applicants, coordinating, compiling and organizing presentation information for Planning and Zoning Commission meetings. Presents the information compiled and includes their recommendation for each item. Items include platting, zoning, annexations and related variance requests. Takes items to City Commission for consideration after Planning and Zoning.  
  • Acts as the city’s staff expert in Planning and Zoning related requests for information and advisement. Impart knowledge and opinion onto requestors of such information.    
  • Assists the Planning and Engineering Director to develop appropriate master-planning for all of the city’s infrastructure improvements, both new and existing. Participates in planning of city’s infrastructure expansion and reconstruction projects and other duties as assigned by the Planning and Engineering Director
  • Develops and recommends rule and policy changes related to all Planning and Zoning items. Constructs ordinances, resolutions, development agreements and other agreements as needed.  Traverses a political and complex environment with conflicting values and needs while striving to fulfill the adopted plans of the City.  
  • Engages in and acts as the main point of contact for planning studies, typically led by the Metropolitan Planning Organization (MPO), as assigned by the Planning and Engineering Director.  Facilitates implementation of a variety of plans, including the Mandan Land Use and Transportation Plan, Downtown Subarea Study, and Fringe Area Road Master Plan.  
  • Performs, as required, clerical duties such as printing, compiling data, data input, photocopying, phone answering, scanning and filing.
  • Provides staff support to the Planning and Zoning Commission and Board of City Commissioners by reviewing applications, preparing reports and findings, and providing formal recommendation in written, oral, and presentation formats. Acts as City liaison for variety of committees and subcommittees surrounding land use, transportation, downtown revitalization, and general community health and wellbeing.   Provides input and direction to consultants working on a variety of plans and studies.  
  • Responsible for processing a variety of application types to include annexations, special use permits, preliminary and final plats, zoning map/text amendments, variances, and street vacations.  Creates, manages, and maintains the City’s land use maps including zoning, future land use, and subdivisions, and assists other departments including Assessors and Building with mapping as needed.  
  • Provides guidance to future applicants on application timing, additional submittals, and explanation of rules and regulations relevant to the respective future application, as needed.  Processes a variety of administrative land use permits for applicants and ensure compliance with regulations at the time of application.  
  • Performs other duties of a comparable level/type as required. 

Application Deadline: 11/29/2020.

For more information about this position please click here.​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​


Posting Date: 11/10/2020
Position: Postdoctoral Position in Critical Understanding of Predictive Policing
Company: The Ragnar Nurkse Department of Innovation and Governance (RND)

The Ragnar Nurkse Department of Innovation and Governance is opening up a postdoctoral position in the research area of critical understanding in predictive policing. Postdoctoral researchers are invited to submit their ideas for topic specific research projects, which will be in line with the main research axes of the NordForsk project, from which the position is funded. Notably, the project should focus on theoretical and empirical research that contributes to establishing transparency and set an epistemological standard for the critical investigation of innovative data-driven policing.

Responsibilities:

The researcher should design, develop, and complete their research results in peer-reviewed articles published in internationally recognized journals during the postdoctoral research. The research plan should also be in line and contribute to the strategic research axes of the CUPP project this post is financed. In addition to conducting research, the Ragnar Nurkse department expects the successful candidate to participate in a professional development program by participating in the teaching and supervision of undergraduate and masters’ students and gaining research management experience at the Nurkse Department. In this respect, courses, workshops, seminars, and inductions will be provided, to which new researchers are encouraged to attend and contribute.

Application Deadline: 12/07/2020.

For more information about this position please click here.​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​ ​​​​​​​​​​​​


Posting Date: 11/03/2020
Position: Levin Management Fellowship Program
Company: The School of Urban Affairs

The School of Urban Affairs invites undergraduate and graduate students in good academic standing to apply. Local Government Fellows will receive paid project placements during Spring 2021. The College seeks to bridge the gap between the academic and real-world components of Urban Affairs. The fellowship program will provide juniors, seniors, and graduate-level students with the opportunity to gain hands-on experience in their fields of interest. 

Application Deadline: 11/30/2020.

For more information about this position please click here.​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​ | Local Government Fellowship


Posting Date: 11/10/2020
Position: Part-Time Administrative Assistant
Company: St. Clair Superior Development Corporation

St. Clair Superior Development Corporation (SCSDC) seeks a self-motivated individual to fill the role of a part-time administrative assistant. 

Responsibilities:

  • Be the SCSDC office’s first point of public-facing contact, answering phones and greeting visitors
  • Serve as the primary contact with our accountant regarding monthly bills and financials, and maintaining the necessary accounting files
  • Address requests from auditors and work closely with them as needed
  • Keep track of and monitoring our restricted grants
  • Ensuring timely submission of monthly CDBG reports as well as other necessary grant reporting
  • Handling Board mailings, Board meeting invitations, and handle all administrative requests related to the Board of Directors
  • Interfacing with our landlord, copier service person, phone company, internet provider and other ongoing vendor relationships
  • Collate and distribute physical mail
  • Prepare communications, such as memos, emails, invoices, reports, and other correspondence
  • Write and edit documents, including letters
  • Create and maintain filing systems, both electronic and physical

Application Deadline: 11/24/2020.

For more information about this position please click here.​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​ ​​​​​​​​​​​​


Posting Date: 11/10/2020
Position: Community Involvement Specialist
Company: St. Clair Superior Development Corporation

St. Clair Superior Development Corporation (SCSDC) seeks a community development professional who can build connections in the St. Clair Superior community in partnership with the Executive Director.

Responsibilities:

  • The overarching focus of the Community Involvement Specialist will be to increase organizational presence, community involvement, and cultivate relationships to ensure St. Clair Superior Development Corporation (SCSDC) is poised to yield, implement and grow a thriving portfolio of programs.
  • Primary focus areas will include community engagement, assisting in outreach for a diverse range of business, and fundraising for placemaking/placekeeping improvements. Project management, fundraising and confidence toward event planning skills will also be central to success in this role.

Application Deadline: 11/24/2020.

For more information about this position please click here.​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​ ​​​​​​​


Posting Date: 10/26/2020
Position: Planner I
Company: City of Commerce City

The Planner I position is an entry level planning position involving the provisions of technical assistance to the planning division for current planning activities. This positions handles day-to-day functions of building permit review, entry level case management, preparation of graphic illustrations, maps and photographic materials, conducting research as needed, and Planner-of-the-Day duties to support the implementation and maintenance of the Comprehensive Plan and Land Development code. Provides staff support to the Director of Community Development, Planning Manager, Board of Adjustment, Planning Commission, and City Council.

Application Deadline: 11/11/2020.

For more information about this position please click here.​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​


Posting Date: 10/22/2020
Position: Development Director
Company: Harrison Township

Harrison Township seeks a Development Director that will perform a variety of supervisory, administrative, and professional work in development and is responsible for community and economic development functions. In addition, the position is responsible for the administration and supervision of planning, zoning and code enforcement functions and department staff. The Development Director reports directly to the Township Administrator and oversees a staff of approximately 5 employees. In overseeying the Department and driving economic development for the township, the Director is required to practically apply his or her knowledge of the economic development system to improve current practices, develop new and innovative programs, and address complex issues facing the Township's residents and businesses. The Development Director should also be able to perform duties and carry out the responsibilities of the Development Department with little supervision.

Application Deadline: 11/20/2020

For more information about this position please click here.​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​


Posting Date: 10/28/2020
Position: Natural Infrastructure Director
Company: The Nature Conservancy in Ohio

The Nature Conservancy in Ohio is seeking a Natural Infrastructure Director. The Natural Infrastructure Director will design and implement strategies to restore “natural infrastructure” (wetlands, floodplains, and riparian corridors) to improve streams and lakes impacted by nutrients. The preferred office location for this position is Dublin, Ohio, but other locations may be considered.

Application Deadline: 11/20/2020.

For more information about this position please click here.​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​


Posting Date: 09/14/2020
Position: Project Assistant
Company: United Way of Greater Cleveland

Responsibilities:

  • Retrieve data and reports from email and online tools
  • Enter daily data into various online reporting systems
  • Assign incoming referrals from project clinical partners
  • Reviewing program report files, identifying data errors and updating data appropriately
  • Mail correspondence to program participants
  • Work with Navigation manager to coordinate supply distribution amongst staff
  • Maintain privacy and protection of client data / identifying information

Application Deadline: N/A.

For more information about this position please click here.​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​


Posting Date: 09/17/2020
Position: Paid WorkElections Fellowship Opportunity (CSU Student Job)

Summary:
Help the OCE Recruit CSU Students to be Election Day Poll Workers

America is currently facing a shortage of poll workers for the upcoming 2020 Presidential Election. The OCE has a new partnership with WorkElections to recruit an on campus WorkElections Fellow at CSU.

The WorkElections Student Fellows will earn a $1,000 stipend for their recruitment and engagement work on CSU's campus. The Fellowship will run from mid-September to November 3rd. To learn more about the requirements of the Fellowship visit: tinyurl.com/workelectionsfellows.

If this Fellowship opportunity interests you please visit: tinyurl.com/workelections to apply.

If you are interested in becoming an election day poll worker, but do not currently have the ability to commit to the WorkElections Fellowship, you can apply to be an election day poll worker here: www.powerthepolls.com/cvpm​​​​.​


Posting Date: 09/17/2020
Position: Paid WorkElections Fellowship Opportunity (CSU Student Job)

Summary:
Help the OCE Recruit CSU Students to be Election Day Poll Workers

America is currently facing a shortage of poll workers for the upcoming 2020 Presidential Election. The OCE has a new partnership with WorkElections to recruit an on campus WorkElections Fellow at CSU.

The WorkElections Student Fellows will earn a $1,000 stipend for their recruitment and engagement work on CSU's campus. The Fellowship will run from mid-September to November 3rd. To learn more about the requirements of the Fellowship visit: tinyurl.com/workelectionsfellows.

If this Fellowship opportunity interests you please visit: tinyurl.com/workelections to apply.

If you are interested in becoming an election day poll worker, but do not currently have the ability to commit to the WorkElections Fellowship, you can apply to be an election day poll worker here: www.powerthepolls.com/cvpm​​​​.​


Posting Date: 09/17/2020
Position: CPL America Reads Tutor (CSU Student Job)

Summary:

Work as a reading/homework tutor for elementary school-aged children in selected Cleveland Public Libraries (Collinwood, East 131st, Fleet, Fulton, Garden Valley, Glenville, Hough, Langston Hughes, Rice, Rockport, Sterling, Walz, and Woodland). Position Accountabilities: Tutors will be able to effectively tutor children, kindergarten through eighth grade, in a variety of subject areas using developed verbal and written communication skills. Qualifications: No prior tutoring experience needed. Must be reliable and have a desire to work with young children in an urban setting. Freshman through graduate-level students may apply. All majors are eligible. Tutors are required to provide their own transportation to and from the tutoring site. All sites are accessible by bus, but depending on where you are traveling from, travel time could be an issue by bus. America Reads tutors are CSU Student Employees and must be legally able to work at an off-campus site. It is a violation of United States visa regulations for F-1 visa students who are not enrolled in OPT/CPT to work off-campus. Any International Student who wishes to work off-campus MUST go to the Center for International Services and Programs to have their request reviewed and approved. 

Click here for more information.​​​​​​​


Posting Date: 09/17/2020
Position: Viking Corps Student Assistant (CSU Student Job)

Summary:

Work in various non-profit or government agencies performing activities and services to improve the quality of life for community residents and/or to solve problems related to those residents’ needs. Position Accountabilities: Student will work in jobs that compliment and reinforce their educational program, career goals, and interests. Qualifications: Experience depends on position. Must be reliable and have a desire to work for non-profit and/or government agencies. Freshman through seniors may apply. All Majors are eligible. Students are required to provide their own transportation to and from the job site.  Viking Corps employees are CSU Student Employees and must be legally able to work at an off-campus site. It is a violation of United States visa regulations for F-1 visa students who are not enrolled in OPT/CPT to work off-campus. Any International Student who wishes to work off-campus MUST go to the Center for International Services and Programs to have their request reviewed and approved. 

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Posting Date: 09/24/2020
Position: Manager - Community Development
Company: City of Euclid

​​​​​​​Manager will be responsible for complex grant coordination and administration related to the daily operations of the U. S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD), Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) and HOME Investment Partnership Program (HOME) funded programs and other planning and development related grants. This includes preparation of grant applications, corresponding with HUD officials and other grant agencies, preparing and submitting the CDBG budgets, assuring all grant expenditures are in conformance with related regulations, preparing and monitoring contracts, preparing reports, documentation, forms, and memos required to obtain and maintain funding from HUD, coordinating and documenting citizen participation processes and meeting with auditors and providing reconciled documentation for all grant related expenditures. Administers various grants and other special projects and performs related planning, development and administrative activities as needed. Works under the supervision of the Director of Planning and Development.

Application Deadline: N/A.

For more information about this position please click here.​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​


Posting Date: 10/2/2020
Position: Cleveland Food Bank- Critical Response Associate (AmeriCorps)
Company: AmeriCorps VISTA (Greater Cleveland Food Bank)

Duties :

VISTA members serving as part of the statewide COVID-19 Food Security Critical Response project will work on specific activities that contribute toward shared goals for preventing hunger and improving household stability during and after the COVID-19 pandemic. At our foodbank, members will either: - Help to translate our capital campaign to the current virtual era, supporting our fundraising efforts for expanded cold food storage space by assisting with committee meetings, donor and stakeholder tracking, partner coordination, and virtual engagement. - Support the first-ever launch of a new charitable kitchen modernization software platform, testing, evaluating, and modifying inventory, costing, pricing, and workflow to support the preparation and delivery of more healthy meals than ever before.

Application Deadline: N/A.

​​​​​​​​​​​​​​For more information please click here: Critical Response Associate job description | Other jobs with the Ohio Association of Foodbanks​​​​​​​​​​​​
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Posting Date: 11/09/2020
Position: Marketing Communications Manager
Company: Cleveland Play House (CPH)

Cleveland Play House (CPH), America’s first regional theatre, is seeking a Marketing Communications Manager, who is responsible for promotional strategies and tasks including but not limited to direct mail copywriting and production, content and distribution of press and media materials, email campaigns, social media curation, newsletter copywriting and editing, and misc. communications. Provides support to the Director of Marketing, as well as the Audience Services team.

Application Deadline: 11/06/2020.

For more information about this position please click here.​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​


Posting Date: 10/21/2020
Position: Executive Director
Company: Zygote Press

Zygote Press is seeking for an Executive Director to serve as the chief executive of the organization, reports to the Board of Trustees, and supervises a staff of 4. The ED is responsible for all aspects of operations and the implementation of a strategic vision for Zygote Press. The ED will work closely with the Board of Trustees to define and execute a collective vision for the organization that aligns with its core mission; encourage the growth and health of the print studio by expanding the facility and professional print network; manage and support core staff; maximize shop functionality; maintain an active and engaged membership program; develop and implement a sustainable financial model that includes both earned and contributed revenue; continue the pursuit of eco-friendly greening techniques; guide public and community relations within a global context; and pursue strategic partnerships both locally and internationally to expand organizational impact.

Application Deadline: 11/07/2020.

For more information about this position please click here.​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​


Posting Date: 10/21/2020
Position: Neighborhood Outreach Worker
Company: Northeast Ohio Coalition for the Homeless (NEOCH)

 The Neighborhood Outreach Worker is a shared position between Northeast Ohio Coalition for the Homeless (NEOCH) and Ohio City Improvement Corporation (OCIC), Ohio City’s Special Improvement District. This is a new role created to provide services throughout the Ohio City neighborhood, including building relationships with individuals experiencing homelessness, providing basic need items, and encouraging individuals to enroll in services for housing, victim support, and healthcare.

The Neighborhood Outreach Worker will spend approximately 30 hours each week in the community, engaging individuals experiencing homelessness; visiting encampments, drop-in centers, soup kitchens, and abandoned houses; targeting individuals based on vulnerability and service needs; and building stability plans with clients. The Neighborhood Outreach Worker will work closely with NEOCH, Ohio City Improvement Corporation, and Ohio City Incorporated staff, including attending internal and public meetings.

Application Deadline: 11/05/2020

For more information about this position please click here.​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​


Posting Date: 10/22/2020
Position: Economic Rural Development Coordinator
Company: Bowling Green State University

The rural development program coordinator supports and promotes the Center for Regional Development’s (CRD) mission of improving the lives of residents of northwest Ohio through economic and community development.   In partnership with the Maumee Valley Planning Organization (MVPO), the position assists the Senior Director and Assistant Director by implementing CRD’s scope of work related to its United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) Rural Community Development Initiative program.  Under the direction of the CRD Senior Director and the Executive Director of MVPO, the rural development program coordinator will develop programs and plans related to the expansion of broadband, lead abatement training, and economic and community development projects in the five-county MVPO region. 

Application Deadline: 11/02/2020

For more information about this position please click here.​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​


Posting Date: 09/15/2020
Position: Communications Assistant (CSU Student Job)
Company: School of urban affairs
Note: This is a Federal Work Study position for $10 per hour. 

Job Duties
Assists with the following duties: office administrative tasks; data entry; email communications with external stakeholders; updating web content; social media posting; online research; special projects coordination; events planning; calendar management; other duties as assigned. 

Students can find the position by visiting www.csuohio.edu/studentemployment and clicking on the link to Hire A Vike, then when logging in type 3999479 in the search bar to bring up the job. Note: Students will ONLY see this job if they have a FWS award in their financial aid package.


Posting Date: 09/11/2020
Position: Residential Stabilization Assistant
Company: Westown Community Development Corporation

Residential Stabilization Assistant will Work with residents with housing code problems to identify programs that the resident is eligible for based on income, age, credit rating for loans and if not bankable programs that might be grant based. This is a (9) month position beginning October 1st, 2020 through June 30th, 2021 scheduled for 22 hours per week at $17.25 per hour.

Application Deadline: N/A.

For more information about this position please click here.​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​


Posting Date: 09/09/2020
Position: Assistant Planner
Company: Licking County Human Resources Department

The Assistant Planner position is an entry level position that requires a basic understanding of planning principles. As part of our team the Assistant Planner provides support to the senior planning staff on a variety of projects, with varying levels of ownership. In addition, the Assistant Planner will have a focus on customer service.

The job duties include executing and supporting assigned planning tasks which may include research of best practices, data collection, analysis, visualization, plan review, site inspections, and investigations, and report writing. This position may also assist in formulating comprehensive and functional land use plans/studies and countywide plan work.

Application Deadline: 10/5/2020

For more information about this position please click here.​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​


Viking Corps Student Assistant
Post Date: 9/10/20
Company: CSU Office of Civic Engagement

Summary:

Work in various non-profit or government agencies performing activities and services to improve the quality of life for community residents and/or to solve problems related to those residents’ needs. Position Accountabilities: Student will work in jobs that compliment and reinforce their educational program, career goals, and interests. Qualifications: Experience depends on position. Must be reliable and have a desire to work for non-profit and/or government agencies. Freshman through seniors may apply. All Majors are eligible. Students are required to provide their own transportation to and from the job site.  Viking Corps employees are CSU Student Employees and must be legally able to work at an off-campus site. It is a violation of United States visa regulations for F-1 visa students who are not enrolled in OPT/CPT to work off-campus. Any International Student who wishes to work off-campus MUST go to the Center for International Services and Programs to have their request reviewed and approved. 

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CPL America Reads Tutor
Post Date: 9/10/20
Company: CSU Office of Civic Engagement

Summary:

Work as a reading/homework tutor for elementary school-aged children in selected Cleveland Public Libraries (Collinwood, East 131st, Fleet, Fulton, Garden Valley, Glenville, Hough, Langston Hughes, Rice, Rockport, Sterling, Walz, and Woodland). Position Accountabilities: Tutors will be able to effectively tutor children, kindergarten through eighth grade, in a variety of subject areas using developed verbal and written communication skills. Qualifications: No prior tutoring experience needed. Must be reliable and have a desire to work with young children in an urban setting. Freshman through graduate-level students may apply. All majors are eligible. Tutors are required to provide their own transportation to and from the tutoring site. All sites are accessible by bus, but depending on where you are traveling from, travel time could be an issue by bus. America Reads tutors are CSU Student Employees and must be legally able to work at an off-campus site. It is a violation of United States visa regulations for F-1 visa students who are not enrolled in OPT/CPT to work off-campus. Any International Student who wishes to work off-campus MUST go to the Center for International Services and Programs to have their request reviewed and approved. 

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Paid WorkElections Fellowship Opportunity
Post Date: 9/9/20
Company: Campus Vote Project

Summary:
Help the OCE Recruit CSU Students to be Election Day Poll Workers

America is currently facing a shortage of poll workers for the upcoming 2020 Presidential Election. The OCE has a new partnership with WorkElections to recruit an on campus WorkElections Fellow at CSU.

The WorkElections Student Fellows will earn a $1,000 stipend for their recruitment and engagement work on CSU's campus. The Fellowship will run from mid-September to November 3rd. To learn more about the requirements of the Fellowship visit: tinyurl.com/workelectionsfellows.

If this Fellowship opportunity interests you please visit: tinyurl.com/workelections to apply.

If you are interested in becoming an election day poll worker, but do not currently have the ability to commit to the WorkElections Fellowship, you can apply to be an election day poll worker here: www.powerthepolls.com/cvpm​​​​.​


Posting Date: 09/08/2020
Position: Coastal Planner (Coastal Program Analyst II)
Company: San Francisco Bay Conservation & Development Commission

Duties:

  • Research and analyze complex proposals and conduct major planning studies.
  • Integrate best available science, such as sea level rise considerations, and best management practices into BCDC policy.
  • Prepare written reports to make recommendations for action on amendments to the Commission's laws, policies and regulations, and provide oral presentations to the Commission, public interest groups, and other local, state and federal agencies.
  • Facilitate collaborative stakeholder processes to integrate multiple interests into recommendations via interviews, presentations, public workshops, community engagement, and interagency coordination.
  • Review local, state and federal plans or programs and environmental impact reports for projects affecting the Bay and prepare comments regarding compliance with the Bay Plan.
  • Act as lead planner or project manager, occasionally directing the work of other analysts, fellows, or interns.

Application Deadline: N/A.

For more information about this position please click here.​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​


Posting Date: 09/03/2020
Position: Program Leader
Company: After School All-Stars, Cleveland

ASAS is currently seeking passionate and talented Program Leaders. Program Leaders are responsible for managing virtual and on-site classrooms, ensuring the safety of students, and facilitating daily implementation of each program. Programs may include, but are not limited to: Sports, STEM, Coding, Cooking & Nutrition, Outdoor Education, DJ/Music Production, Dance, Photography, and Creative Arts. Program leaders will report to Site Coordinators.

Application Deadline: N/A.

For more information about this position please click here.​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​


Posting Date: 09/03/2020
Position: Transportation Modeler (Planner II)
Company: Northeast Ohio Areawide Coordinating Agency (NOACA)

This position involves learning and applying mid-level planning skills to assigned tasks, under close supervision in an office environment. The Planner II is a mid-level position under direct supervision. The Planner II is responsible for applying the skills needed to perform assigned tasks and assisting other staff members with assigned tasks. The Planner II may work on transportation modeling and/or transportation planning efforts, as assigned at the time of hire, in furtherance of the mission of the Northeast Ohio Areawide Coordinating Agency (NOACA) as a metropolitan planning organization (MPO) and areawide water quality management agency.

Application Deadline: N/A.

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Posting Date: 09/03/2020
Position: Transportation Modeler (Planner I)
Company: Northeast Ohio Areawide Coordinating Agency (NOACA)

This position involves learning and applying basic transportation modeling and planning skills to assigned tasks, under close supervision in an office environment. The Planner I is an entry-level position under direct and continuous supervision. The Planner I is responsible for learning the skills needed to perform assigned tasks and assisting other staff members with assigned tasks. The Planner I may work on transportation modeling and/or transportation planning efforts, as assigned at the time of hire, in furtherance of the mission of the Northeast Ohio Areawide Coordinating Agency (NOACA) as a metropolitan planning organization (MPO) and areawide water quality management agency.

Application Deadline: N/A.

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Posting Date: 09/02/2020
Position: Land Use Researcher 
Company: American Farmland Trust

Description
The Land Use Researcher supports AFT's programming and policy advocacy to protect agricultural land from development, promote sound farming practices, and keep farmers on the land.
As an integral part of the AFT research program team, the Land Use Researcher (LUR) is responsible for carrying out quantitative research to understand the effects of land-use change on agricultural land, focusing primarily on AFT's multi-year Farms Under Threat research initiative.

What You'll Be Working On
•Developing and executing quantitative methods for analyzing and projecting land-use change in peri-urban environments, with a focus on agricultural lands.
•Contributing to other research efforts being undertaken by the AFT research team, including by advising on methods, reviewing drafts, and undertaking analyses.
•Contributing to outreach and communication efforts designed to share results with policymakers, farmland protection professionals, scientists, and the general public.
•Contributing to raising funds for ongoing and future research efforts.
•Collaborating with AFT staff and partner organizations on innovative research efforts that advance the mission of AFT.
​​​​​​​•Contributing to research team administrative requirements as appropriate.

Application Deadline: N/A.

For more information about this position please click here.​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​


Posting Date: 08/24/2020
Position: Greater Circle Living Program Coordinator
Company: Fairfax Renaissance Development Corporation (FRDC)

Fairfax Renaissance Development Corporation (FRDC) is seeking an organized, energetic individual to assist in the administration of the Greater Circle Living Program (GCL). GCL is an innovative employee housing assistance program geared toward anchor institutions and nonprofits in the Greater University Circle (GUC) area. The program provides financial incentives for employees to live in the GUC area. FRDC is searching for an individual with a track record of operating in a fast paced environment with outstanding communication, organizational and customer service skills.

Application Deadline: N/A.

For more information about this position please click here.​​​​​​​


Posting Date: 08/20/2020
Position: Economic Recovery and Resiliency Coordinator
Company: Northeast Ohio Four County Regional Planning and Development Organization (NEFCO)

The Northeast Ohio Four County Regional Planning and Development Organization (NEFCO), a regional council of governments, seeks a talented and dynamic Economic Recovery and Resiliency (ER&R) Coordinator to facilitate regional economic recovery and resiliency planning efforts in Portage, Stark, Summit, and Wayne Counties. The ER&R Coordinator will help lead a regional planning effort to respond to the economic impact of the coronavirus pandemic. The selected candidate will report directly to the Economic Development Planner and be primarily responsible for administering the U.S. Economic Development Administration (EDA) Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act Recovery Assistance grant for the NEFCO region. The grant-funded position is initially being offered as an employment contract through June 30, 2022, with the potential for additional employment, depending on available resources.

Application Deadline: Resumes received will be reviewed during the week of August 24, 2020. Resumes will continue to be accepted after that date until position is filled.

For more information about this position please click here.​​​​​​​


Posting Date: 08/11/2020
Position: Community Planning Assistant
Company: KM Date Community Planning, LLC

KM Date Community Planning, LLC is seeking a part-time planning assistant to help with data analysis and web/graphic document support. Primary tasks will be providing data collection and analysis for market and community research, under professional planner training and supervision; and preparing presentation, web and marketing materials. Some work may involve assisting with public engagement logistics including contacting potential participants and arranging and monitoring video meetings.

Application Deadline: N/A

For more information about this position please click here.​​​​​​​


Posting Date: 08/06/2020
Position: ADMIN OFCR 3 (Student Engagement Program Manager)
Company: UC Davis Office of Sustainability

The UC Davis Office of Sustainability seeks an experienced STUDENT ENGAGEMENT PROGRAM MANAGER for a 100% time, limited-term career position to oversee UC Davis' student-funded internal sustainability grants program (50% time) and develop and manage Office of Sustainability student engagement programs (50% time). The successful incumbent will manage and coordinate The Green Initiative Fund (TGIF) student-funded sustainability grant program by supporting the TGIF Committee; working collaboratively ensuring proper financial oversight of funds; and developing and managing proposal submission, review and award processes; and will also develop and manage Office of Sustainability student engagement programs to provide transformative learning and leadership experiences for UC Davis students; plan and offer orientation and networking activities; and engage the campus community with TGIF and student engagement programs and projects. The position reports to the Director of the Office of Sustainability, and works closely with The Green Initiative Fund Advisory Committee.

Application Deadline: 08/10/2020.

For more Information about this position click here.​​​​​​​


Posting Date: 08/04/2020
Position: Director of Urban Planning and Development
Company: East Akron Neighborhood Development Corp.

The Director of Urban Planning and Development (Director) is responsible for a range of activities in the areas of community/economic engagement, planning and development, and project financing. The Director will provide leadership management and oversight, demonstrating a commitment to excellence in EANDC’s creation and development of planning, community engagement and the development of real estate projects.

Application Deadline: N/A.

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Posting Date: 08/03/2020
Position: Shoreline Development Analyst (Coastal Program Analyst (I and II)
Company: BCDC

BCDC is looking for a person who enjoys working across the table from accomplished builders, designers, engineers and environmentalists. You must be solution-oriented, flexible, self-driven and have the ability to change course, think big and start small, and thrive in a forward-thinking environment. The ability to interact well and fit into a small, highly motivated, multi- disciplinary team that is working in a rapidly changing regulatory environment is essential. So is an appreciation for BCDC’s mandate to balance conservation and development of the Bay’s diverse resources.

Duties:

  • Research and analyze complex development proposals and guide permit applicants and stakeholders on project issues in relation to BCDC’s laws, policies, and regulations.
  • Write permits, correspondence, and reports on proposed projects—including those proposed by the federal government, private and public sectors, and nongovernmental organizations—and policy and regulatory issues.
  • Negotiate with project proponents and stakeholders.
  • Lead and participate in meetings, planning and policy discussions, site visits, and workshops.
  • Review and comment upon local, state, and federal planning and regulatory documents, and environmental impact reports.
  • Respond to inquiries on general BCDC matters, assist with report mailings and filing, and other related duties.

Application Deadline: N/A.

For more Information about this position click here: Coastal Program Analyst ICoastal Program Analyst II​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​


Posting Date: 07/23/2020
Position: Environmental or Transportation Planner
Company: Northeast Ohio Areawide Coordinating Agency

NOACA seeks a planner to assist with the agency's air quality efforts. This position involves learning and applying mid-level planning skills to assigned tasks, under close supervision in an office environment. The Planner II is a mid-level position under direct supervision. The Planner II is responsible for applying the skills needed to perform assigned tasks and assisting other staff members with assigned tasks. The Planner II may work on environmental or transportation planning efforts, as assigned at the time of hire, in furtherance of the mission of the Northeast Ohio Areawide Coordinating Agency (NOACA) as a metropolitan planning organization (MPO) and areawide water quality management agency.

Application Deadline: N/A.

For more Information about this position click here.​​​​​​​


Posting Date: 07/23/2020
Position: Principal Planner
Company: Northeast Ohio Areawide Coordinating Agency

NOACA is seeking a principal planner to focus on environmental planning efforts. This position involves the ability to design, manage, and perform highly technical planning programs and projects. This position requires the consistent exercise of judgment and discretion, as the individual works independently under the guidance of a division director. A Principal Planner must manage programs, and develop a work plan and a budget, if needed, for any program assigned. A Principal Planner may also be required to manage or mentor staff, as assigned. A Principal Planner must implement Northeast Ohio Areawide Coordinating Agency (NOACA) goals and objectives at the program level. As a Principal Planner, the Manager of Environmental Planning will focus primarily on environmental planning efforts, but may also work on transportation planning, as assigned. The Manager of Environmental Planning will further the mission of NOACA as a metropolitan planning organization (MPO) and areawide water quality management agency.

Application Deadline: N/A.

For more Information about this position click here.​​​​​​​


Posting Date: 07/23/2020
Position: Economic Development Associate
Company: MidTown Cleveland, Inc.

MidTown Cleveland, Inc. is seeking a motivated, goal-oriented and resourceful economic development professional to join their team. The Economic Development Associate will work with businesses across multiple sectors in MidTown as well as other neighborhoods with a concentration on manufacturing and technology companies with a goal of achieving economic growth in the city’s urban core. This position will also provide opportunities to work a variety of special projects related to economic development in the MidTown neighborhood.

The position duties will be split between Midtown Cleveland and City of Cleveland Industrial Retention Initiative (CIRI) which is coordinated by manufacturing Works, a non-profit economic development organization dedicated to improving the community through supporting the growth of the manufacturing industry and its workforce. The Economic Development Associate will be based in and report to MTC while also being a part of and working with the Manufacturing Works team. 

Application Deadline: N/A.

For more Information about this position click here.​​​​​​​


Posting Date: 07/20/2020
Position: Operations Assistant (Part Time Student Job)
Company: After-School All-Stars

After-School All-Stars is currently seeking an Operations Assistant to help support the offices of the Cleveland chapter. The responsibilities will include: office management, support of operations, and human resources-related special projects.

Responsibilities:

  • Maintenance of general office: maintain and order supplies; maintain a well-organized, stocked supply cabinet, maintain and coordinate supplies/service for copy machine, and computers; work with Program Coordinator to coordinate supply orders for school sites; maintain and organize storage areas; manage office subscriptions.
  • Coordinate mail and shipping for main office
  • HR: maintain emergency contact information for Cleveland staff.
  • Remind and ensure Program Coordinators and Site Coordinators have tracked hours for their part-time staff and interns.
  • Process all HR data related to new hires and terminations including comprehensive background checks for all employees.
  • Contribute to the ASAS Cleveland social media pages.
  • Support the ED and Program Coordinators with scheduling training, ordering supplies for training, employee recruiting and interviewing, and monitoring Safe Schools training.

Application Deadline: N/A.

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Posting Date: 06/05/2020
Position: Heritage Home Program Interns (2 summer job positions)
Company: Cleveland Restoration Society

Cleveland Restoration Society is looking to hire two college students or recent high school graduates for the rest of this summer as Heritage Home Program Interns. The position will be a full-time, 40 hours per week temporary position. They are looking for students who will handle telephone inquiries and communications with the clients of CRS’s Heritage Home Program. Must have excellent telephone and computer skills.
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Application Deadline: N/A

For more Information about this position click here.​​​​​​​


Posting Date: 05/28/2020
Position: Multiple Positions Available
Company: Service Year Alliance

The Service Year Alliance is working to make a year of paid, full-time service — a service year — a common expectation and opportunity for all young Americans.

The year of service is an opportunity to develop real-world skills through hands-on activities. It’s an extraordinary year that transforms your life and your community. It’s not your typical path; it’s an experience for A Better You. A Greater Us.

Service years have the power to revitalize cities, uplift and educate children at risk, and empower communities to address pressing challenges. They can unite the most diverse nation in history, binding people of different backgrounds through common cause. They give young people an opportunity to develop leadership and professional skills, make an impact on the lives of others, and become the leaders our nation needs. 

Application Deadline: N/A

For more Information about this position click here. 


Posting Date: 05/27/2020 
Position: Chief Community Officer
Company: Breakthrough Public Schools

Breakthrough Public Schools is searching for a strategic senior leader to represent the voice of our families and community partners at the highest level of our organization and to develop, champion, and oversee the execution of an integrated strategy for all of the network’s parent and community outreach and engagement efforts. The Chief Community Officer (“CCO”) will provide visionary leadership and build/strengthen the organizational infrastructure and key external partnerships across our marketing/PR, student recruitment, community engagement, and family engagement functions. This includes bringing a new, holistic perspective to how we develop and refine strategies, programs, and services that strengthen the partnership among parents, community, and schools to improve student achievement and school success and have a positive impact on the broader communities where Breakthrough has schools.

Application Deadline: N/A.

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Posting Date: 05/20/2020 
Position: Special Agent
Company: ATF (Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives)

The career of an ATF special agent is unique and one of the most challenging in federal law enforcement. Headquartered in Washington, DC, ATF has field offices throughout the United States and its territories. Highly trained special agents are responsible for investigating violations of federal laws relating to firearms, explosives, arson, and alcohol and tobacco diversion. These investigations involve surveillance, interviewing suspects and witnesses, making arrests, obtaining and executing search warrants, and searching for physical evidence. 

Responsibilities:

  • Investigating criminal violations of Federal laws within the enforcement jurisdiction of the U.S. Department of Justice.
  • Conducting investigations of violations relating to explosives, firearms, arson, and alcohol and tobacco diversion.
  • Preparing concise criminal investigative case reports.
  • Testifying for the Federal government in court or before grand juries.
  • Gathering and analyzing evidence through investigative leads, seizures, arrests, execution of search warrants, and a variety of other means.

Application Deadline: N/A.

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Posting Date: 05/12/2020
Position: Rural Climate Fellow
Company: BearCorps

BearCorps is dedicated to helping rural communities in California plan for and implement two of the most promising solutions to the climate crisis: regenerative agriculture and forest resilience. 

In agricultural communities, members will serve in conjunction and coordination with agricultural community entities including Resource Conservation Districts, Native American Tribes and non-profits, to expand the use of regenerative techniques. In forest communities, members will serve in conjunction with local, state, and federal agencies, forest and industry groups to expand the use of techniques to reduce fire risk and improve watershed and soil health (and increase carbon uptake with broader benefits). Members’ activities will focus on farming and forest communities throughout California and will help address the needs of those communities, and promote state goals for healthy soils, improved watersheds, and wildfire impact.

Application Deadline: N/A.

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Posting Date: 05/11/2020
Position: Community Planner
Company: Department of Navy EIC

Selected candidate will serve as a Community Planner in the Department of the Navy. The Duncan Hunter National Defense Authorization Act (NDAA) FY 2009 provides that the Secretary of Defense can designate acquisition positions as shortage positions and recruit and appoint highly qualified persons to these positions.

Responsibilities:

  • Duties and responsibilities vary and increase according to grade level.

Application Deadline: 10/30/2020.

For more Information about this position click here.​​​​​​​


Posting Date: 05/11/2020
Position: FEMA - Environmental Planner (Nationwide Openings)
Company: CDM Smith

Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Conducts site inspections and ensures that any proposed project actions comply with environmental, floodplain, historic preservation laws, regulations, and executive orders. Includes conducting environmental assessments and environmental impact statements as required.
  • Assesses potential impacts to species and habitat on projects, prepares No Effect memos, conducts biological assessments and surveys to determine the existence of, and potential impact to, endangered species in accordance with criteria.
  • Conducts surveys, assessments and reviews of other potential areas of impact such as water quality, wetland delineations, sole or principle drinking aquifers, prime farmlands and other ecologically significant or geographically unique areas.
  • Performs analyses to ensure all reasonable alternatives have been evaluated in accordance with criteria and documented in written reports.
  • Provides technical expertise to assist with Floodplain and Wetland Issues to support documentation needed for Executive Order 11988 and Executive Order 11990.
  • Performs other duties as required.

Application Deadline: N\A

For more Information about this position click here.​​​​​​​


Posting Date: 05/07/2020
Position: Ohio History Service Corps
Company: Ohio History AmeriCorps 

The Ohio History Connection is now accepting applications for AmeriCorps Members to serve in the Ohio History Service Corps in 2020-2021!

Established in 2010, Ohio History Service Corps members provide service to Ohioans and their local history communities through collections management projects, strategic planning, historic site survey, programming, and other capacity-building initiatives. Members provide coaching, assistance, and to help organizations become more effective and sustainable. With the assistance of Ohio History Service Corps members, organizations increase their knowledge of the public history field’s standards and best practices by creating new programs, policies, and procedures that meet those standards. Members also assist communities take the first step in historic preservation through their completion of historic structure surveys.

The Ohio History Service Corps program has two components. Click the links below for the full individual position descriptions or visit https://my.americorps.gov and search for “Ohio History Service Corps”:

Locations: The 2020-2021 program year begins in September with positions in the: Athens, Cincinnati, Cleveland, Columbus, Oberlin, Portsmouth, Warren, Wauseon and Youngstown areas.

Application Deadline: N\A

For more Information about this position click here.


Posting Date: 05/01/2020
Position: Emergency Care Clerk
Company: Sisters of Charity 

The nonprofit Sisters of Charity is hiring an emergency care clerk. Specific responsibilities for this position include transcribing medical orders, maintaining current orders, and assisting the health care term. Interested applicants should have excellent communication skills, one to three years of experience, and a high school diploma or equivalent.

Application Deadline: N/A

For more information about this position please click here.​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​


Posting Date: 2/18/2020
Position: Executive Director
Company: DANCECleveland

DANCECleveland, one of the only stand-alone, dance-only presenters in the United States, has opened a leadership search upon the pending retirement of the current Executive/Artistic Director. The current leadership structure has had a single Executive/Artistic Director. The Search Committee has determined that it may consider these as separate functions and is focusing their initial search on finding a dynamic and experienced professional for the position of Executive Director. The successful candidate will be the public face of DANCECleveland and work with the highly talented and professional staff to lead all administrative, financial, development/fundraising and marketing functions for the organization. 

The Executive Director serves as the chief executive of DANCECleveland. He/she reports to the Board of Directors, is responsible for all aspects of the operations and works collaboratively with a vast array of partners, community groups and venues.

Key Responsibilities: Executive Director

Leadership, Strategy and Operations

  • Serve as chief executive of DANCECleveland, actively participating in all aspects of administration, operations and Board communications.
  • Serve as the public face of DANCECleveland and liaison to the local, regional and national communities including the funding community as well as DANCECleveland’s collaborative partners and venues.
  • Create and communicate a clear strategy for achieving and broadening DANCECleveland’s mission. Articulate the vision and mission on a local, regional and national level.
  • Provide a consistent and constant focus on equity, diversity and inclusion.
  • Provide leadership and support for initiatives that advance DANCECleveland’s strategic plan.
  • Manage the budgeting process and financial management.
  • Nurture positive working relationships across the highly competent team of staff members, consultants and external specialists. Hire, mentor and retain an engaged, competent and qualified staff.
  • Work collaboratively with the Artistic Director to create and present each season of dance performances and programs.

Application Deadline: N\A

For more information about this position please click here.


Posting Date: 05/27/2020 
Position: Ohio History Service Corps – Community Surveyor
Company: MyAmeriCorps

Ohio History Service Corps COMMUNITY SURVEYOR members serve in Cincinnati and Cleveland, Ohio. They will survey historic properties to identify and record historic themes and buildings, focusing on the mid-20th century, historic properties associated with African-American history, women’s history and other under-represented groups, and additional local survey priorities as appropriate for the 2020-2021 program service year. These properties will be added to the Ohio Historic Inventory database. Members will recruit and engage with local community volunteers in their projects. Computer proficiency including Microsoft Office products is required. Proficiency in Photoshop and/or WordPress preferred but not required. Members will be full-time (35-40 hrs/wk) from September 16, 2020 to August 31, 2021. Members must complete a minimum of 1700 service hours and 170 training hours to successfully complete their service and to receive an education award.

Members will receive training in volunteer management, meeting facilitation, project management and education program development, public history best practices, community mapping, historic preservation, heritage tourism/community-based economic development, leadership and team building, and non-profit administration. They will also attend one statewide conference, which can include the Ohio Local History Alliance annual meeting and regional meetings as well as the Heritage Ohio conference. They will be required to participate in National Days of Service and AmeriCorps Week. 

Application Deadline: Program runs 09/16/2020-08/31/2021. Applications will be accepted 04/30/2020-12/15/2021.

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Posting Date: 07/14/2020
Position: Executive Director
Company: St. Clair Superior Development Corporation

St. Clair Superior Development Corporation (SCSDC) seeks a visionary, resultsdriven leader to build the SCSDC into a high-performing, connected organization that serves and strengthens the St. Clair Superior neighborhood.

The executive director of SCSDC will perform the following duties:

  • Collaborate with the board of trustees to develop a strategic plan for the future of the organization
  • Attract, cultivate, organize, and manage a talented staff to carry out strategic initiatives and programs
  • Actively build strategic relationships with neighborhood residents, businesses, stakeholders, funders, and other partners
  • Develop and manage an organizational budget and provide timely and accurate financial reports to the board of trustees
  • Champion St. Clair Superior’s story to a broad audience through an inspiring, unified message that generates positive brand identification and attracts investment
  • Create a funding plan to target needed resources and secure diverse and sustainable revenue streams
  • Consistently review programs/services and staff performance based on clear, measurable indicators and metrics 

Application Deadline: Friday August 14, 2020 by 5:00pm

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Posting Date: 08/25/2020
Position: Executive Director
Company: Detroit Shoreway Community Development Organization (DSCDO)

Responsibilities:

  • Hire, Manage, and Support DSCDO staff
  • Financial Management
  • Fund Development
  • Real Estate Development and Management
  • Board Relations and Support
  • Strategic Planning
  • Leadership & Outreach
  • Organizational Accountability
  • Partnership Management
  • Subsidiary Management
  • Field Innovation

Application Deadline: Review of applications will begin immediately and will continue until the position is filled, though submission by September 30, 2020 is highly encouraged.

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Posting Date: 09/24/2020
Position: Executive Director
Company: Detroit Shoreway Community Development Organization

Responsibilities:

  • Hire, Manage, and Support DSCDO staff: Maximize the productivity and effectiveness of staff through professionalism and sound personnel management strategies including conducting regular performance reviews, providing frequent constructive feedback, and encouraging opportunities for professional growth.
  • Financial Management: Assure the organization’s financial health by overseeing the development of, and adherence to, operating budgets including developing financial performance measures and monitoring performance results. Ensure best practice financial management strategies are followed and meet compliance requirements specific to various funding sources.
  • Fund Development: In support of the budget, ensure adequate funding by developing and implementing strategies to raise needed capital through fundraising events, direct appeal, grant awards, and fees for services. Actively cultivate new revenue sources for the organization.
  • Real Estate Development and Management: Balance DSCDO’s mission and vision with financial prudence to oversee the development and management of organizational real estate assets.
  • Subsidiary Management: Oversee and manage DSCDO’s subsidiary corporations.

Application Deadline: Review of applications will begin immediately and will continue until the position is filled, though submission by September 30, 2020 is highly encouraged.

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Posting Date: 08/25/2020
Position: Research Assistant
Company: Northeast Ohio Voter Advocates (NOVA)

The NOVA Research Assistant is a temporary, part-time position from August through November, 2020 (up to 20 hours per week for 14 weeks). The primary duties include managing NOVA’s data on the digital platforms used for voter outreach, currently VAN and SPOKE, and managing NOVA’s own data collected through in-person voter registration events. Due to the challenges of the COVID pandemic, much of NOVA’s work is currently being done remotely and online.

Application Deadline: N/A.

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Posting Date: 08/06/2020
Position: Program and Outreach Specialist
Company: Collaborative to End Human Trafficking

The Program and Outreach Specialist is responsible for gathering, analyzing, and communicating information regarding the complexities of both labor and sex trafficking and using that information to further the Collaborative’s outreach programming and awareness events.

Essential duties include gathering and analyzing information regarding the complexities of both labor and sex trafficking; communicating the information regarding human trafficking to diverse audiences through social media and other communication channels; assisting with the Human Trafficking Happens Here Too public awareness campaign; developing and presenting human trafficking awareness programs throughout northeast Ohio; managing special awareness events sponsored by the Collaborative; and contributing to the ongoing development of Greater Cleveland’s Coordinated Response to Human Trafficking.

Application Deadline: N/A.

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Posting Date: 07/30/2020
Position: Transportation Planner/Staff Analyst Series (Op. Planning)
Company: MABSTOA

The Incumbent will work as a member of the planning team responsible for advancing the redesign of NYC’s bus network and completing each borough level study. The Bus Network Redesign is a significant piece of the Reimagining the Bus Network section of Fast Forward: The Plan to Modernize New York City Transit.

Responsibilities: 

  • Performing in-depth data collection and analysis.
  • Providing technical assistance in the planning and development of the new bus network.
  • Developing maps, design principles, and other graphic representation of complex data and concepts.
  • Supporting public engagement efforts throughout each borough study, including on street engagement and public meetings.
  • Representing Bus Service Planning and NYCT at intra-agency coordination and external coordination with city agencies, elected officials, and other stakeholders.

Application Deadline: 08/14/2020.

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Posting Date: 05/11/2020
Position: Communications & Impact Analyst
Company: Candid

Candid is looking for a full-time analyst to join the Planning team working closely with the Office of the President. This role is central to enhancing Candid’s internal communications function and critical organization-wide initiatives including impact and business analytics evaluation, annual planning, and integration workstream coordination.

Responsibilities:

  • Execute Candid’s internal communications strategy: Manage key internal communications assets and channels such as the intranet, instant messaging, organizational announcements, and town halls to ensure alignment with Candid’s mission, values, and brand. Work with content owners from the Executive Team and various departments to create consistent and meaningful messaging.
  • Coordinate organizational planning and reporting: Collaborate across the organization on planning and reporting including annual goal-setting and quarterly goals and workstream progress reporting.
  • Measure and analyze Candid’s impact and business metrics: Work with the Business Systems & Intelligence team to compile and analyze internal metrics. Partner with the Insights team to monitor and evaluate Candid’s long-term impact.

Application Deadline: N\A

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Posting Date: 05/11/2020
Position: Programs Assistant
Company: Candid

Candid is looking for three Programs Assistants who are highly-organized team players to provide programming and logistical support for Candid’s Programs for each of our regions – Midwest, South, and Northeast.

Responsibilities:

  • Community programs support: provide logistical and administrative support for community programs, including facilitating communication with location, adding community programs on GrantSpace, assisting with marketing and communications of programs, managing registration, classroom setup, event registration, managing materials and supplies, administering program surveys, and other logistical support as needed. Coordinate with regional program manager to assess level of support required.
  • Trainer support: provide support to regional program manager as needed, including preparing materials for trainings, email communication with registrants, logistics, location set-up, and other duties as assigned by the regional program manager.
  • Funding Information Network (FIN) support: provided administrative and logistical support to the regional Funding Information Network manager as needed, including supporting events or trainings for or at local FINs, general FIN customer service support, assistance with marketing and promoting local FINs, and tracking FIN stats, etc.
  • Support regional activities with an “all-hands-on-deck” spirit as needed.
  • Perform other duties and special projects, as assigned.

Application Deadline: N\A

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Posting Date: 05/12/2020
Position: GIS Specialist
Company: Logistics Systems Inc

Logistics Systems Inc will provide implementation, training, and support of Edulog software, specifically GIS functionality. Services team staff are responsible for advanced aspects of application analysis, support, triage and special product functions, typically those provided for a fee. Team members develop creative and effective ways of addressing customer concerns, escalating to management and project leads when necessary, in order to maintain a high level of customer satisfaction. The person in this position is responsible for analyzing, defining and proposing client GIS software problem fixes. May require occasional travel. May have on call responsibilities.

Application Deadline: N/A.

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Posting Date: 05/12/2020
Position: GIS Coordinator
Company: Massachusetts Department of Agricultural Resources

The Massachusetts Department of Agricultural Resources (MDAR) is accepting resumes and applications for the position of GIS Coordinator (Environmental Analyst III). The GIS Coordinator to support the Department's spatial and geographical data needs including the Department's land use and funding programs. The areas of focus include the Agricultural Preservation Restriction (APR) Program, multiple grant and funding initiatives and state agriculturally related emergency response efforts such as support for responses to disease outbreaks from EEE or Avian Influenza. This position is based in the Department's Boston Office location. 

Application Deadline: N/A.

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Posting Date: 05/12/2020
Position: GIS Coordinator
Company: James Island Public Service District

Under the direction of the Director of Wastewater Services, provide implementation, coordination and oversight for Geographic Information Systems (GIS) databases, server(s), and related technology. Develop and administer database applications, projects, and programs. Provide daily maintenance and presentation of geographic data; improve GIS functions and systems; perform quality assurance duties; and deal courteously and effectively with fellow employees and community members. 

Duties:

  • Ability to abide by JIPSD’s Code of Conduct/ Behavioral Standards.
  • Problem solving/ troubleshooting skills.
  • Ability to communicate effectively, both orally and in writing- including ability to write clear and concise technical reports.
  • Ability to interpret and analyze technical information.
  • Ability to understand and carry out oral, written, and intuitive instructions.
  • Ability to establish effective working relationships with all those with whom there is contact in the course of work.
  • Skilled in the operation of computers and computer software; Operate a variety of computer hardware including but not limited to desktops.
  • laptops, tablets, or other mobile computers, GPS devices, printers, scanners, and copiers.
  • Understanding of basic terminology used in networking and desktop computer support.

Application Deadline: N/A.

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Posting Date: 05/28/2020
Position: VISTA Postion
Company: STRONG / Americorps

Strong is an after-school program at Strong Vincent Middle School, which promotes healthy lifestyle behaviors by creating a fun, engaging, and safe community where girls and their families have the opportunities to participate in educational and skills-building activities. 

Application Deadline: 6/4/2020

For more Information about this position view: 
Job summary <link to image>, presentation  and Contact Kaitlyn Falk at falk004@gannon.edu.


Posting Date: 06/10/2020
Position: Membership & Development Director
Company: Ohio CDC Association

Responsibilities:

  • Identify, cultivate, and steward donors and prospects, including, corporations, foundations, governmental entities, and/or possibly individuals through visits and other forms of direct personal contact.
  • Research and identify programmatic funding through federal, state, and philanthropic grant opportunities.
  • Lead team in preparation of federal, state, and philanthropic grant proposals.
  • Effectively manage prospect management database (Salesforce) and other institutional resources to ensure appropriate management of donors and prospects.
  • In coordination with Capacity Building/Communications Director, help prepare solicitations, proposals, case statements, reports, correspondence, and other development-related communication materials.
  • Explore and implement other means of fundraising and development, as appropriate.

Application Deadline: 06/26/2020

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Posting Date: 06/16/2020
Position: Public Health Emergency Preparedness Specialist
Company: City of Cleveland

Duties:

  • Under direction, provides support to reach the goals for the Cleveland Department of Public Health Office of Emergency Preparedness including (but not limited to) training, exercise, evaluation, outreach, volunteer coordination, marketing, plan development, and engagement of special populations.
  • Works to ensure the Department is National Incident Management System (NIMS) compliant.
  • Responsible for the training of the public as well as City of Cleveland staff on previously developed emergency response plans and the development of testing material to gauge staff knowledge.
  • Develops social media, website, newsletters, training, and outreach educational material specific to All-Hazards community preparation.
  • Works closely with other internal departments and community stakeholders to ensure their programs are able to disseminate emergency preparedness via Social Media.
  • Serves as a public health first responder in the event of a public health emergency.
  • Performs other duties as assigned.

Application Deadline: 06/23/2020

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Posting Date: 05/18/2020
Position: FutureHeights VISTA
Company: Americorps / FutureHeights

FutureHeights is looking to hire a college graduate for a 1-year full-time position starting in July 2020. The one-year, full-time FutureHeights VISTA will develop an outreach and housing development strategy for the FutureHomes program for the rehabilitation of homes, especially for low-to-moderate income households. The goal of this project is to improve housing conditions and property values in target areas, provide quality renovations that are accessible to all populations and allow for the opportunity to build wealth through home ownership. The VISTA will research target neighborhoods and community at-large through developing outreach strategies to reach residents and neighborhoods with the goals of: addressing vacant and abandoned homes that are causing neighborhood disinvestment; building relationships to provide quality home rehabilitation with trusted partners; understanding the unique local needs of individuals and neighborhoods throughout the community.

Application Deadline: 05/27/2020

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Posting Date: 05/20/2020
Position: Safety and Occupational Health Specialist
Company: Department of Labor

Responsibilities:

At the GS-07 level, selected candidate will participate as a member of an inspection team led by a higher-graded specialist and assist in the planning of and/or conduct a limited segment of a major investigation or a small investigation where the exposure and type of hazard and unsafe working conditions is predictable in advance. Researches and studies records and files covering mishaps, injuries, and equipment maintenance data.  Assists in the documentation of conducted portions of investigations to help support a legally sufficient case.  Prepares final report or assigned portion of report using the automated system.  Assists in preparing for opening and closing conferences and outreach activities.

At the GS-09 level, selected candidate will assist in planning and conducting portions or limited inspections or compliance reviews (or independently conduct inspections of business establishments and worksites whose operations are generally characterized by the presence of moderately stable, low-risk processes or some higher hazards or unsafe working conditions or technically difficult operations which are covered by specific written guidelines) in establishments and worksites.

Application Deadline: 05/20/2020

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Posting Date: 05/12/2020
Position: Community Planner
Company: Department of Air Force 

The primary purpose of this position is to perform comprehensive planning functions ensuring the best and highest application of installation assets (primarily land, airspace, and facilities) to meet mission and support requirements of the base.

Responsibilities:

  • Serves as advisor to the Installation Commander, Base Civil Engineer (BCE) and other base elements on full range of both conventional and unique comprehensive planning processes.
  • Leads and participates in the review and updating of the BCP and Area Development Plans (ADP's).
  • Maintains the Air Installation Compatible Use Zone (AICUZ) program. Implements and maintains the program working directly with appropriate installation, local governmental staffs, and agencies such as the Federal Aviation Administration.
  • Implements Inter-agency/Intergovernmental Coordination for Environmental Planning (IICEP) as it pertains to the BCP, the Housing Community Plan, AICUZ studies, transportation studies and individual construction projects, etc.
  • Represents the base in all areas of community planning at meetings, conferences and hearings.
  • Keeps abreast of emerging technologies to ensure programmed development will not prematurely become obsolete.

Application Deadline: 5/14/2020.

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Posting Date: 04/28/2020
Position: Thoma Engagement Guide Apprentice
Company: MOCA 

MOCA AND ITS WORKFORCE:
As the region’s only contemporary art museum, the Museum of Contemporary Art (moCa) leads the way in shaping and advancing contemporary culture. We are global and local, both cosmopolitan and Cleveland at our core. We are grounded in our community, and our visitors are cultural adventurers who we engage with us to explore ideas and nurture our humanity. Our work culture is passion-driven, inclusive, transparent, collaborative, and fun, and we value and support an enterprising staff that anticipates and reacts nimbly to change while embracing new opportunities and challenges. Success of the individual directly impacts success of the institution, so moCa holds every employee to a high standard of excellence with the expectation that everyone understands and participates in our institutional goals.

JOB OBJECTIVE:
moCa Cleveland’s Engagement Guides are a diverse community of museum educator apprentices who guide visitors, all of whom we call learners, in their on-site experience. Engagement Guides move throughout the museum each day, welcoming and orienting learners, supporting and customizing their experience, nurturing dialogue, caring for the art and architecture, and contributing innovative ideas to enhancing future onsite experiences. Engagement Guides are naturally curious and enthusiastic about museums, contemporary issues, artists, and culture. They are active listeners who demonstrate patience, generosity, and consideration with all museum visitors, ensuring a coordinated, consistent, and memorable experience for all. As Apprentices, the Engagement Guide group will take trips to area cultural organizations and happenings, network with cultural practitioners, and receive ongoing mentoring from moCa Leadership. This position is best suited to someone interested in starting a career in the cultural sector, and experience or interest in educating.

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Initiate and lead interaction with diverse museum learners using question-based strategies. Co-create and execute interactive interpretive strategies and programming that increases satisfaction for all onsite audiences.
  • Participate in all learning workshops
  • Enforce security and safeguarding policies that ensure the safety of learners, artworks, and spaces.

Application Deadline: May 1st, 2020

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Posting Date: 3/13/2020
Position: Energy Student Assistant
Company: City Of Cleveland

The Energy Student Assistant is responsible for assisting the City of Cleveland Mayor's Office of Sustainability's Energy Management team with utility data processing and validation, account management, energy reporting, and other energy and sustainability-related projects. The City of Cleveland's Office of Sustainability was established in 2005 with the mission to save the City money, reduce its ecological footprint, and provide tools and resources to make sustainability 'business-asusual' within City departments, at home and in the workplace. Energy Management has been an integral component of the Office of Sustainability and City of Cleveland since 2006, helping the Office deliver on its mission for the City's operations as well as the City proper.

Example Of Duties:

  • Assist with the implementation and support of the City of Cleveland's comprehensive Energy Data Management System (EnergyCAP) including data quality and validation, vendor support, reporting, account management, and other analytical tasks.
  • Coordinate with utility providers to review utility bill details and pursue electronic data import requests for multiple commodities – including electric, natural gas, fuel, steam, chilled water, water, and sewer.
  • Assist with data interfaces and reporting through Energy Star's Portfolio Manager for benchmarking the energy consumption of City of Cleveland's buildings and facilities.
  • Assist with energy assessments of City facilities, including but not limited to collecting and validating basic facility and energy use information, reviewing assessment reports, interacting with vendors and interfacing with interval meter data and building automation systems, as necessary.

Application Dealine: 04/03/2020

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Posting Date: 04/09/2020
Position: Kenmore Neighborhood Alliance
Company: AmeriCorps VISTA

Research and compile best practices of other programs in the Ohio Main Street network; Work with Organization Committee to refine best practices into a concept suitable for Kenmore residents and stakeholders; Develop implementation plan that includes online and print promotion; Create online and print tools to acquire new financial partners starting in November 2020 2. Track Economic Statistics: Work with Economic Vitality Committee to assess utility of existing tracking document, update as needed; update data monthly; With KNA staff and Promotion Committee member, develop appropriate promotional messaging; Promote opportunities via web and social media 3. Attract and promote economic opportunity through Kenmore First Fridays: Develop partnerships with local organizations that provide opportunities to attract local vendors to First Fridays; Promote vendor opportunities via email and social media; Maintain spreadsheet of past/recent vendors, including neighborhood of residents.

Application Deadline: April 21, 2020

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Posting Date: 2/28/2020
Position: Design Specialist
Company: Iowa Economic Development Authority (IEDA) 

The Iowa Economic Development Authority (IEDA), located in Des Moines, IA, is searching for an outstanding, motivated professional to join its team as a Design Specialist. This is a non-merit position with the Iowa Economic Development Authority. Only applicants who meet the Minimum Qualification Requirements and meet all selective requirements will be placed on the eligible list. The Design Specialist is responsible for providing downtown design assistance in Main Street Communities with a special focus on the preservation and rehabilitation of historic buildings.

General Duties:

Meet with property/business owners and develop written and graphic recommendations for improvement of downtown buildings. Provide training and guidance on downtown design issues such as public improvements, signage, building rehabilitation, upper floor conversion, green initiatives, visual merchandising and financial incentives. Provide design and generalist assistance to non-Main Street communities on visits where a team approach is necessary. Assist with team projects such as technical assistance initiatives, trainings and grant review as needed. Extensive travel throughout Iowa is required.

Application Deadline: 3/15/2020

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Posting Date: 2/28/2020
Position: Policy & Outreach Manager
Company: The Alliance for the Great Lakes

The Ohio Policy & Outreach Manager (The Manager) is a vital member of the Alliance’s campaign teams.  They work with the Director of Policy & Strategic Engagement and Planning Director to develop and implement policy, outreach and advocacy campaigns, heavily focused in Ohio, related to clean drinking water, water infrastructure funding and financing, ensuring affordability for Great Lakes residents and reducing agricultural pollution. The Manager primarily serves as a convener, organizer and relationship builder at the municipal level with an emphasis on advancing municipal policy issues and community outreach in Northeast Ohio. The majority of the Manager’s work is focused on local policy change ensuring clean affordable water in Cleveland and the outlying metro area.

The Manager also plays a key role in supporting state policy work, youth activation, community engagement and local stewardships programs. They work to identify and strengthen relationships with allies across Northeast Ohio to advance program and policy priorities. The Manager facilitates, coordinates and supports coalitions of government professionals, non-profits, and community organizations in advocating for the advancement of policy proposals related to water quality, drinking water, affordability, nutrient pollution mitigation and increased water infrastructure funding. They will work with a team of water planning, advocacy and communication leaders at the Alliance to shape policy and practices that builds on the clean water values of the Great Lakes.

A typical day might include: researching local policy opportunities related to water affordability and increasing investment in water infrastructure; meeting with environmental partners to hone policy advocacy strategies; meeting with local elected officials to educate them about our policy priorities; creating content for a report targeted at policy makers; leading a water advocacy workshop for community leaders, internal meetings with Ohio state level focused policy staff to help with advocacy related to agriculture and water issues; writing a blog post to communicate lessons learned in Cleveland municipal policy work; presenting your work at a conference; providing content for grant reports and contributing ideas for potential grant proposals; working with an internal staff committee on organizational culture, water equity efforts, or social planning.

The Manager reports to the Director of Policy & Strategic Engagement.

Responsibilities:

Policy:

  • Supports municipal level policy setting and advancement in Cleveland; Includes coordination of internal staff and external partners.
  • Researches, recommends and advances program priorities related to drinking water, water infrastructure, affordability and agriculture & water.
  • Works on the Ohio state level policy team in the Alliance’s Clean Water for People and Agriculture & Water Campaign Teams. This includes management of special projects and programs related to the advancement of policies related to drinking water, water infrastructure, and affordability.
  • Makes public presentations in a variety of contexts to advance Alliance policy priorities.
  • Internal thought leader that helps set the organization’s policy positions, actions and strategic relationship building.

Outreach:

  • Builds and sustains relationships with important decision makers in Ohio, predominantly Cleveland.
  • Generates innovative approaches to creating and leveraging influential connections and relationships outside of the traditional environmental community.
  • Coalition building: builds and sustains networks of people, and public and private organizations that can create policy change. The Manager also seeks ways for the Alliance to use our capacity and expertise to jointly advance the work of community partner groups.
  • Works with volunteer and education staff to support volunteer and youth engagement.

Project & Event Coordination:

  • Coordinate events and workshops to build broader community support for water infrastructure policies and programs.
  • Develop and coordinate shared work plans, virtual work spaces and calendars for Alliance staff and project partners.
  • Track and report on grant deliverables, project budgets and expenses.
  • Coordinate partners’ and consultants’ scopes of work.

 Administrative:

  • Create opportunities to add capacity to Alliance work through affiliate program and fellowships.
  • Communicate to senior staff regarding community-identified needs and potential opportunities for Alliance work in northern Ohio and opportunities to connect that to state level policy work.

Application Deadline: N/A

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Posting Date: 2/28/2020
Position: Watershed Volunteer Program Assistant
Company: Cleveland Metroparks

Watershed Volunteer Program Assistant provides administrative and technical support to day-to-day operations of the Watershed Volunteer Program with the Watershed Volunteer Coordinator. The Watershed Program Assistant is responsible for database management and reporting, monitoring and restoration project design, event coordination, volunteer recruitment and recognition, and communication with volunteers. This position also provides assistance to other Natural Resources Division monitoring and restoration projects as needed.

Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Assists in the daily coordination or administrative related duties of the Watershed Volunteer Program.
  • Identifies and maintains recruitment efforts.
  • Tracks and process volunteer requests and applications.
  • Assists with marketing events and programs.
  • Maintains ongoing and quarterly program evaluation and reporting.
  • Responds to routine inquiries from volunteers and public.
  • Assists with tracking, scheduling and preparation of materials for volunteer trainings, projects and presentations.
  • Supports independent volunteer projects with training, logistics, etc.
  • Tracks volunteer progress towards Watershed Steward certification and distributes recognition items promptly.
  • Performs data entry and material distribution duties on a daily basis.
  • Hosts learning opportunities, monitoring events, and restoration activities. Travels to these opportunities to various locations throughout the park district, including remote locations.
  • Represents Watershed Volunteer program at community events.
  • Writes e-newsletter and communications to volunteers and partners
  • Performs related duties as assigned or apparent.

Application Deadline: N/A

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Posting Date: 2/14/2020
Position: Planner I
Company: City of Las Vegas

Performs professional level work in the field of planning; and provides information and assistance to city officials, city staff, developers, the business community and the public on planning, zoning, housing, annexations and development related matters.

Application Deadline: February 24, 2020

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Posting Date: 2/7/2020
Position: Program Coordinator
Company: Cleveland Transformation Alliance

Cleveland Transformation Alliance seeks an energetic, strategic, and innovative person to engage and collaborate with diverse communities and organizations across Cleveland around public education, both District and charter, and the Alliance’s work. The Program Coordinator is responsible for recruiting, training, and managing individual and organizational ambassadors and navigators for the Cleveland Transformation Alliance and will work with the Executive Director to create, manage, and execute a comprehensive recruitment and training plan. 

Responsibilities:

  • Work with Executive Director to develop and implement plans with measurable goals to support the organization’s base-building initiatives.
  • Develop and execute a long-term base-building plan to recruit, train, and sustain organizational ambassadors to help educate families about public school options in the Cleveland Metropolitan School District service area.
  • Maintain ambassador database, keep data current, including individual contact information, and results of ambassador activities.
  • Recruit, train, and supervise navigators.
  • Represent the Cleveland Transformation Alliance at community events that raise the visibility of the Alliance and educate families about public school options.
  • Capitalize on media opportunities to increase the organization’s influence.
  • Assist efforts to grow the organization’s social media profiles and email lists.
  • Assist in creating content for organizational newsletters, brochures, and other educational materials.
  • Coordinate with other staff to ensure cohesive execution of priority programming.
  • Work collaboratively with other staff to produce the School Quality Guide annually.
  • Attend meetings of the Alliance’s Board of Directors and prepare meeting minutes.
  • Other duties as needed to support the Executive Director.

Application Deadline: Resume review will begin on February 17, 2020.

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Posting Date: 2/28/2020
Position: Long Range Principal Planner
Company: Teton County

Under general supervision, performs complex, highly technical current and long-range planning tasks for the Planning and Building Department; provides technical and professional guidance and support to the Planning staff; assures projects are in compliance with County Comprehensive Plan and Land Development Regulations, policies and procedures, and coordinates with appropriate State and/or Federal agencies.

Responsibilities:
Essential functions, as defined under the Americans with Disabilities Act, may include any of the following representative duties, knowledge, and skills. This is not a comprehensive listing of all functions and duties performed by incumbents of this class; employees may be assigned duties which are not listed below; reasonable accommodations will be made as required. The job description is subject to change at any time by the employer. Essential duties and responsibilities may include, but are not limited to, the following:

  • Manages complex, specialized, and politically sensitive professional planning applications and activities; uses professional knowledge of planning and growth management theory, public policy, and land use law to complete and manage projects.
  • Takes planning and development applications from pre-application conference to final action; reviews development applications for compliance with the Comprehensive Plan, Land Development Regulations, and other County requirements; meets with applicants; schedules hearings for applications; prepares staff reports; and provides technical and professional recommendations to Planning Commission and Board of County Commissioners.
  • Researches and develops complex and politically sensitive amendments to the Comprehensive Plan and LDR; assures amendments recommended for approval comply with LDR standards, and are consistent with goals and objectives of the Comprehensive Plan and with other policies of the County.
  • Manages highly technical and complex planning projects, reviews documents for compliance with County standards and policies, schedules public hearing, and assures that applicants understand the review process. Completes special projects, including researching regulatory approaches by other communities, locating technical ordinance language, reviewing federal and state environmental impact statements.
  • Plans, organizes, implements, and supervises assigned Current Planning activities and staff; trains and mentors staff to fulfill the requirements that meet the Planning and Building Services Standards and Teton County policies and procedures.
  • Assists the Department in compliance reviews for conditions of approval associated with Development Application Permits.
  • Manages consultants, develops Requests for Proposals/Qualifications, coordinates consultant selection, oversees contracts and scopes of work, and responsible for administration of contract budgets.
  • Keeps the Planning and Building Services Director apprised of technical, approval, and deadline issues.
  • Responds to inquiries, and resolves technical problems and complaints.
  • Evaluates County and regional planning and development trends; researches and interprets laws, regulations, court decisions, and general information.
  • Performs front-line customer service as needed to meet workload demands.
  • Supports the relationship between the Teton County staff and the general public by demonstrating courteous and cooperative behavior when interacting with visitors and County staff; maintains confidentiality of work-related issues and County information; performs other duties as required or assigned.

Application Deadline: N/A

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Posting Date: 2/21/2020
Position: Community Outreach Coordinator
Company: Northeast Ohio Alliance for Hope (NOAH)

Northeast Ohio Alliance for Hope (NOAH) is seeking a full-time AmeriCorps member to serve as a Community Outreach Coordinator. The primary role of the Community Outreach Coordinator is to provide programmatic support for the implementation of strategies to bolster NOAH’s community outreach, promote the current Block Watch/ Neighborhood safety initiatives and to overall improve the quality of life of East Cleveland Residents. 

Responsibilities:

  • Assist in the development and planning of events and meetings – agendas, logistics, registration, marketing.
  • Assist in the development of planning documents emanating from community process.
  • Take detailed notes at meetings and produce clear final notes for dissemination with quick turn-around.
  • Assist in the development and implementation of participatory research projects.
  • Assist in the development and implementation of East Cleveland Neighborhood Associations and other community organizing strategies.
  • Research reports and data that support the learning and deliberations of network partners.
  • Provide general support to partners and facilitators at meetings.
  • Assist in the development and planning of events and meetings – agendas, logistics, registration, marketing, including the Block Watch safety initiative.
  • Coordinate with web development team to deliver a strong branding message.
  • Collaborate with the city administration, general services, fire, EMS and police.
  • Gather, organize and analyze GIS data.
  • Conduct property tracking and surveys.
  • Perform data reporting analysis.

Application Deadline: N/A

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Posting Date: 2/21/2020
Position: Senior Data Analyst
Company: Institute For Social Research and Data Innovation

Institute For Social Research and Data Innovation is seeking one or more senior data analysts to join their diverse team of research and information technology professionals. They are looking for smart, technically-minded people who enjoy working with data. For this position, They seek someone with a strong data-driven social science background who enjoys the technical and/or process-oriented aspects of data work. They are looking for someone who can oversee multiple projects or a single, complex project spanning several years. Diversity and inclusion is a core value of our organization. They aspire to create a team that represents the diversity of Their city, region, and world, and to create a space that encourages and embraces inclusiveness, equal opportunity, and respect. They strongly encourage women and members of under-represented groups to apply.

Responsibilities:
The individual selected will be responsible for the implementation of grant deliverables with guidance and oversight from the IPUMS Health Surveys or IPUMS USA project manager.Person will potentially be involved in all stages of data and metadata production, including testing the web dissemination system. The range of work includes coding data, harmonizing codes across datasets, resolving comparability issues, documenting variables, exploring data quality, testing website functionality, adapting existing methods and tools to new purposes, and developing new approaches to address novel situations. The individual selected may be required to supervise research assistants and/or other data analysts. The position may also involve public presentations on campus or at professional conferences to disseminate information about IPUMS projects.  

Application Deadline: N/A

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Posting Date: 2/21/2020
Position: Data Analyst
Company: Institute For Social Research and Data Innovation

Institute For Social Research and Data Innovation is seeking one or more data analysts to join our diverse team of research and information technology professionals. They are looking for smart, technically-minded people who enjoy working with data. Diversity and inclusion is a core value of their organization. They aspire to create a team that represents the diversity of their city, region, and world, and to create a space that encourages and embraces inclusiveness, equal opportunity, and respect. They strongly encourage women and members of under-represented groups to apply. 

Responsibilities:
The individual selected will be involved in all stages of IPUMS integration work based on project needs. Specific tasks include standardizing codes across datasets, resolving comparability issues, writing variable documentation, processing new data and metadata into IPUMS systems, and testing website functionality. You may also help prepare/give public presentations on campus or at professional conferences to disseminate information about IPUMS projects. 

Application Deadline: N/A

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Posting Date: 2/20/2020
Position: Technical Preservation Services Manager
Company: Ohio State Historic Preservation Office

Responsible for a variety of duties, including reviewing federal Rehabilitation Investment Tax Credit and Ohio Historic Preservation Tax Credit projects, providing technical preservation information, delivering lectures and other presentations on historic rehabilitation techniques, and managing special programs and projects as assigned. This is a two-year contract position.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Conducting professional, detailed reviews of rehabilitation projects for which federal Rehabilitation Investment Tax Credits and/or Ohio Historic Preservation Tax Credits are being sought.
  • Exercises independent management and review responsibility.
  • Providing technical preservation (building conservation) information, such as appropriate preservation techniques, product information, and reference materials to program applicants and the general public.
  • Delivering "Building Doctor Program" technical lectures and other presentations. Traveling to historic buildings to advise owners and others on preservation matters as part of "Building Doctor Program" and on request.
  • Manage special programs and projects as assigned.
  • Assisting in development and implementation of technical preservation education and assistance. This can include written material, workshops, conferences, seminars, and training sessions.
  • Other duties as assigned.

Application Deadline: N/A

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Posting Date: 2/14/2020
Position: Research Analyst
Company: Jones Lang LaSalle (JLL)

Jones Lang LaSalle (JLL) is seeking a Research Analyst to join our team in Cleveland, Ohio. The Research Analyst will contribute to best in class research that differentiates JLL while building and maintaining a competitive advantage in the marketplace through market expertise, analysis, and insight. The analyst will have primary responsibility for tracking and analyzing all aspects of the local commercial real estate market and leveraging that knowledge proactively for research products, client projects, and business development efforts.

Application Deadline: N/A

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Posting Date: 2/7/2020
Position: Communications Manager
Company: US Water Alliance

The US Water Alliance is seeking a talented and driven Communications Manager to advance their mission of a sustainable water future for all. The successful candidate will have excellent communications and project management skills and a solutions-oriented approach. The successful candidate views communications as a critical component to move and influence decision makers and make positive change in the world.

Reporting to the Vice President for Programs, the Communications Manager will work closely with internal staff, and a team of external consultants on the alliance's communications strategy, media relations, graphic design, and websites. The Communications Manager will also collaborate with a range of external stakeholders including US Water Alliance members, allied partners, and the media.

This is a newly created role at the US Water Alliance, offering the opportunity for a talented and entrepreneurial professional to build out the communications function at a growing nonprofit organization at the forefront of innovation on pressing national issues related to water, sustainability, infrastructure, equity, and natural resource management.

Duties:

  • Communications Strategy, Planning, and Management
    o Develop and manage all aspects of the Alliance’s integrated external communications strategies, in close collaboration with program staff, partners, and external consultants.
    o Manage the communications calendar for the US Water Alliance, working with the Alliance team and partners to clearly set expectations and deadlines.
    o Develop and implement a process for tracking the impact of the Alliance’s communications strategies.

  • Writing, Editing, Production
    o Write and edit for a variety of formats and for diverse audiences, including: annual report, press releases, op-eds, short form articles, advocacy newsletters, web copy, digital media, collateral materials.
    o Edit and oversee production of Alliance materials including research papers, presentations, fact sheets, videos, press materials, and organizational marketing materials.

  • Social Media
    o Refine and expand the Alliance’s social media strategy with a goal of growing and deepening the Alliance’s social media presence.
    o Define analytics for tracking social media impact.

  • Website and Digital Communications
    o Oversee US Water Alliance websites, managing workflow from program staff. Supervise consultant who will assist with content management posting.
    o Oversee content for external-facing email newsletters and related communications. Work with staff who will assist with content, formatting, and distribution.
    o Manage the development of a new organizational website that serves as a platform for compelling storytelling, member interaction, and serves as cornerstone of the Alliance’s network building strategy.

  • Presentations
    o Work with the CEO and program staff to develop clear and compelling speeches and presentations.

Application Deadline: The position will remain open until the right candidate is found. Applications will be assessed on a rolling basis. You are encouraged to submit your application at the earliest opportunity.

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Posting Date: 2/7/2020
Position: Director of Community Health
Company: Old Brooklyn Community Development Corporation (OBCDC) 

Old Brooklyn Community Development Corporation is seeking an innovative, collaborative and strategically minded Cleveland neighborhood advocate to lead its community health initiative.

The Director of Community Health is responsible for the development, coordination and implementation of community health initiatives that foster a healthy and equitable community for all in Old Brooklyn. The Director is a champion of health and partnerships, and an innovator. She/he reports to the Executive Director, manages a community facing staff that includes outreach, education, and health programs, and is assisted by a cross-sector advisory committee. 

Main Duties:

  • Identify innovative evidence-based interventions that leverage findings from the Old Brooklyn CHNA to improve health outcomes.
  • Build and maintain relationships with critical partners of a community health initiative including but not limited to local healthcare systems, private sector partners, academic researchers, funders, social service providers, government agencies, faith leaders, education system, housing agencies, and others as appropriate.
  • Develop reports, white papers, or policy recommendations based off of findings and impact.
  • Assist in the research and grant applications for additional funding with partners for programmatic support.
  • Lead a community facing team focused on growing Old Brooklyn together with its residents.
  • Coordinate internal collaborations and establish a culture of health with all OBCDC staff.
  • Actively participate in public health initiatives in Cleveland and Cuyahoga County.
  • Represent OBCDC at community meetings and in public forums.

Application Deadline: N/A

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Posting Date: 2/7/2020
Position: Community Engagement Specialist
Company: Famicos Foundation

The ideal candidate is passionate about Cleveland neighborhoods and residents and has a servant leadership mentality – placing the growth and well-being of people and the communities to which they belong first and foremost. The candidate should be a problem-solver, good listener, and patient. This person should also enjoy developing relationships, working with diverse groups of people, and helping residents work though challenges they are facing.

Community engagement specialists will report to the Community Engagement Specialist (CES) Manager in the City of Cleveland’s Community Development Department and the Famicos Foundation Executive Director or their designee. The specialists will be housed at Famicos Foundation and will be part of a cohort of specialists deployed across the City.

Each Community Engagement (CE) Specialist will focus on concentrated inspection areas (CIA) in their neighborhood that are prioritized by their CDC Executive Director, CES Manager, and Councilperson.

Main roles and responsibilities include:

  • Working with the CES Manager, Famicos team, and Council member to determine which areas of neighborhood have the most need
  • Identifying external and internal housing issues.
  • Building trust, providing technical assistance, and developing a plan of action with the resident to address housing and quality of life issues.
    o Connecting residents with resources available through the City of Cleveland, local nonprofits, and organizations.
  • Collecting, inputting, and tracking field data.
  • Administering the City’s paint program in the field with support from the CES Manager.
  • Identifying external and internal housing issues.
  • Building trust, providing technical assistance, and developing a plan of action with the resident to address housing and quality of life issues.
    o Connecting residents with resources available through the City of Cleveland, local nonprofits, and organizations.
  • Collecting, inputting, and tracking field data.
  • Administering the City’s paint program in the field with support from the CES Manager.
  • Delivering classes and forums for homeowners and landlords on at least a quarterly basis in coordination with CES Manager.

Application Deadline: N/A

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Posting Date: 1/22/2020
Position: Excelsior Conservation Corps (ECC)
Company: Student Conservation Association (SCA)

Under the vision of Governor Andrew M. Cuomo, the Excelsior Conservation Corps (ECC) is a 10-month residential AmeriCorps program, run by the Student Conservation Association, designed to address the environmental and conservation needs of this state while providing leadership opportunities, employment training and college scholarships. There are 40 full-time service positions available with the program starting in late February 2020.

Application Deadline: N/A

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Posting Date: 1/22/2020
Position: Planning Technician
Company: City of Cleveland Heights

The incumbent is responsible for reviewing and managing applications to the Planning Department to assure compliance with regulations, researching and compiling information on a variety of planning issues, providing technical assistance to the public and staff, serving as recording secretary to the Board of Zoning Appeals, and maintaining data bases. This position works closely with the public on a regular basis to provide customer service on zoning issues.

Duties

  • Provides technical assistance and information to staff and the public in the administration of land use regulations.
  • Reviews applications to assure compliance with requirements.
  • Reviews site plans to assure compliance with zoning regulations such as use, setbacks, and parking regulations.
  • Serves as the recording secretary for the Board of Zoning Appeals which includes a monthly night meeting.
  • Performs routine office tasks in designated program areas, including data entry, file management, copying, scanning documents and answering the telephone.
  • Develops and maintains tracking systems, electronic and paper copy files and records.
  • Prepares narrative staff reports and recommendations of limited complexity, such as conditional use permits, lot resubdivisions and standard variances.
  • Researches and compiles information on a variety of planning issues.
  • Prepares maps, charts, tables and PowerPoint presentations.
  • Investigates violations of zoning regulations, including site visits.
  • Attends public meetings, assisting other planning staff as appropriate.
  • Maintains regular attendance and punctuality.
  • Performs other duties of a similar nature or level.

Application Deadline: N/A

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Posting Date: 1/14/2020
Position: SBDC Business Advisor
Company: Hispanic Business Center

The SBDC Business Advisor fosters a strong climate for small business growth by providing in-depth, confidential, no-cost business counseling, no- to low-cost training, and resource and referral services to Ohio’s small business owners and aspiring entrepreneurs. Reports to the SBDC Center Director.

Application Deadline: N/A

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Posting Date: 12/20/2019
Position: Census Jobs
Company: United States Census 2020

In advance of the 2020 Census, the U.S. Census Bureau is recruiting hundreds of thousands of people for temporary jobs across the United States and Puerto Rico. The 2020 Census is your chance to play a part in history! Temporary census positions offer the perfect opportunity to earn extra money while helping your community.

Most 2020 Census positions will last several weeks. They feature competitive wages, weekly paychecks, flexible hours, paid training. Positions available include: Census Takers, Census Field Supervisors, Recruiting Assistants, Clerks, and Office Operations Supervisors.
 
The hourly pay rate varies, however for Cuyahoga County the hourly rate is $20.50 - $22.50. For more details reguarding salary, please click here.

Application Deadline: N/A

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Posting Date: 12/18/19
Position: Vice President of Economic Development
Company: MidTown Cleveland

The VP of Economic Development will be part of the MTC leadership team, reporting to the Executive Director and overseeing MTC and HTC economic development activities with a goal of achieving equitable and inclusive economic growth. MTC’s economic development strategy is anchored in an organizational vision for “a connected community in the center of it all, an inclusive place for people to innovate, create,
prosper, and live.”

The VP of Economic Development will coordinate and implement the economic development strategy for MidTown Cleveland and the Cleveland Health‐Tech Corridor, serving and strengthening existing organizations in MidTown, building strong relationships within the business community, attracting new businesses, entrepreneurs, and nonprofits to the neighborhood, facilitating commercial and residential real estate development projects which meet community needs, and deploying strategies to connect MidTown’s economic growth to surrounding residential neighborhoods. 

The VP of Economic Development will supervise MidTown’s economic development team, which today includes an Economic Development Associate and an AmeriCorps VISTA Economic Opportunity Coordinator. An additional hire on the economic development team will be responsible for assisting in marketing and special projects.

Primary Duties:

  • Business Development. Lead the recruitment to and expansion and retention of businesses and nonprofits in MidTown and the Health Tech Corridor.
  • Community Building. Foster a stronger MidTown and HTC community through robust programming.
  • Marketing. Build and strengthen the Health-Tech Corridor and MidTown brands in the local, regional,
    and national marketplace and create retail marketing strategies to further MidTown’s vision of a
    connected community. 
  • Real Estate. Identify real estate needs for business growth in MidTown and the HTC and help facilitate
  • development to meet growth needs.

Application Deadline: N/A

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Posting Date: 12/18/19
Position: Principal Planner
Company: City of Shaker Heights

The City of Shaker Heights, one of Northeast Ohio’s most historic and progressive communities, has an opening for a Principal Planner in the Planning Department. Shaker Heights, among the nation’s first planned cities, continues to plan strategically for its future. This is an exciting opportunity for an energetic planning professional to become an integral part of a 5 person team, one that has already implemented the plan for the $100M transit-oriented Van Aken District and is involved in subsequent phases of development now underway.

The principal planner will work on long range, focused and corridor plans; grant research and writing; requests for proposals; project management; transportation, trail and streetscape plans; traffic calming; public art and public realm improvements. The planner will also perform advanced, difficult professional work developing comprehensive plans, focused plans, neighborhood plans, planning studies and policies, transportation and connection studies, public art administration and grant writing. Supervises student interns. Work is performed under the regular supervision of the Director of Planning.

The ideal candidate will demonstrate confidence and a thorough knowledge of planning and plan implementation. He/she will be a strategic thinker who is passionate about the built form, creative, organized, an excellent communicator, comfortable presenting to a group, and will thrive in a collaborative environment.

This forward-thinking individual will also possess thorough knowledge of the principles and practices of planning, urban design and historic preservation.

Be prepared to be part of an extraordinary and dedicated team. 

Essential Functions/Typical Tasks:

  • Prepares short and long-range strategic, comprehensive and neighborhood plans; researches, writes and manages grants; conducts research; maintains files and records; provides advise; staffs boards, commissions and committees.
  • Researches and prepares planning studies.
  • Provides strategic thinking on long-range planning and development issues.
  • Manages planning projects and consultants; manages engineers, architects and the design process for public improvements.
  • Prepares Requests for Proposal/Qualifications and analyzes proposals.
  • Manages public participation processes including extensive community engagement.
  • Assists with a variety of projects related to challenging public issues.
  • Researches, writes and administers state, federal and private foundation grant applications including CDBG; ensures compliance with grant provisions, works with elected officials and residents to explain grants.
  • Serves as staff to the Public Art Task Force and manages other task forces and committees.
  • Prepares and presents staff reports at public meetings.
  • Undertakes a variety of special projects and studies such as transit and traffic studies, public art projects, connection and trail plans, streetscape plans, blight studies and similar studies required for tax incentives.
  • Researches planning trends and innovation, performs literature reviews and relates to planning work.
  • Provides technical assistance to numerous programs including housing development and economic development.
  • Maintains census and demographic data; disseminates data to interested parties; and provides data analysis.
  • Assists in recruiting, hiring and supervision of student interns.
  • Performs related tasks as required.

Application Deadline: N/A

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Posting Date: 12/6/19
Position: Property Manager
Company: Levin Group, Inc.

Under the direction of the Regional Manager, the Property Manager is responsible for all operations of the community and on-site team. She/he must manage to the company’s objectives and operating budget, with the primary goals of increasing the cash flow, maintaining the physical asset and providing a quality living environment and superb customer service for residents. This role will establish and maintain a positive and productive working relationship with the property’s team members to ensure the site is in compliance with all regulatory requirements. 

Application Deadline: N/A 

For more details about this position please click here. | To apply please send resume, cover letter, and in lieu of work experience, a writing sample from relevant course work to khudson@levingrp.com.


Posting Date: 11/21/19
Position: Planning Code Compliance Officer
Company: Teton County

Under basic supervision, investigates complaints on violations of County zoning, land development, and building regulations for the Planning and Building Department; reviews building permit and development permit applications, and verifies compliance with Comprehensive Plan and Land Development Regulations and County policies.

Primary Duties and Responsibilities:

Essential functions, as defined under the Americans with Disabilities Act, may include any of the following representative duties, knowledge, and skills. This is not a comprehensive listing of all functions and duties performed by incumbents of this class; employees may be assigned duties which are not listed below; reasonable accommodations will be made as required.  The job description is subject to change at any time by the employer. Essential duties and responsibilities may include, but are not limited to, the following:

  • Investigates alleged violations of County zoning, land development, building code regulations, and other County Resolutions, which includes site visits and meeting with property owners and neighbors.
  • Prepares correspondence and performs record-keeping functions related to alleged and confirmed violations.
  • Develops and presents reports of alleged violations to the Director of Planning and Building (DPB), County Attorney and Board of County Commissioners as appropriate. Prepares case files and initiates abatement actions when necessary to assure compliance with regulations. 
  • Performs site inspections of new and existing developments to verify compliance with County regulations and development permit conditions of approval.
  • Develops and presents prevention and education outreach programs.
  • Performs final inspection of building permits to verify compliance.
  • Reviews and processes general planning, building, and grading applications for compliance with County Comprehensive Plan and Land Development Regulations.  As required, prepares staff reports recommending approval or denial to the Planning Commission and Board of County Commissioners.
  • Provides permit review and approval in support of other County Departments.
  • Supports the relationship between the Teton County staff and the general public by demonstrating courteous and cooperative behavior when interacting with visitors and County staff; maintains confidentiality of work-related issues and County information; performs other duties as required or assigned.

Application Deadline: Open until filled

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Posting Date: 11/21/19
Position: Management Analyst Team Recruitment
Company: City of Mesa 

The City of Mesa’s Management Analyst Team is not an internship, it is a full-time position within the Office of Management and Budget that involves the Analyst spending time learning how to develop and manage the components of the City’s budget, as well as rotating through various City departments and providing management assistance through project leadership. The program is aimed at successful completion in 4 years with ultimate program success resulting in the Analyst securing a permanent position within the City.

The City of Mesa’s Management Analyst Team is a multi-year program designed to attract talented professionals with an interest in local government management. Over the course of the program, analysts will:

  • Spend one to two years in the Office of Management and Budget working on the City’s operating budget, capital improvement program, and forecast teams, and assisting departments with day-to-day operational needs as a budget liaison.
  • Work with the Performance Excellence team within the Office of Management and Budget to assist departments in planning operations and in evaluating performance and processes.
  • Gain broad experience with City operations by rotating through several City departments and OMB Teams. 
  • Gain professional development and guidance from senior managers and other City staff.

Application Deadline: Applications for the Management Analyst Team will be available in December 2019, with the selection of one candidate made in early spring. The application will be made available here.

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Posting Date: 11/21/19
Position: Associate Consultant
Company: Davey Resource Group, Inc., (DRG)

Davey Resource Group, Inc., (DRG) headquartered in Kent, Ohio has opportunities for experienced urban foresters. We are seeking teamwork-oriented individuals with excellent written and oral communication skills. Candidates should possess a professional work ethic with attention to detail and safety.

Objectives:

  • Provide project management and support for urban forestry projects.
  • Pursue and execute urban forestry consulting work in Northeast Ohio.
  • Support and drive urban forestry market growth.

Duties:
Support clients with day-to-day forestry activities, including but not limited to: tree inventories, vegetation and natural resource surveys, management planning, tree risk assessment and tree appraisal, recommend tree maintenance activities, tree protection and preservation plans, set up tree planting programs, review and facilitate tree pruning or removal contracts, observe or support vegetation management operations, respond to citizen-initiated tree requests, provide grant assistance, support the use of geographic information systems (GIS), implement software solutions, and write reports, letters, or memos in support of client needs. Collaborate with business development staff to prepare bids and proposals. Participate in national, regional, and local marketing strategies such as events; webinars; and sponsorships. Attend, exhibit, and/or present at regional and national conferences and identifies and participates in public speaking and networking opportunities.

Application Deadline: N/A

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Posting Date: 11/06/19
Position: Visualization Specialist
Company: Connetics Transportation Group, Inc. (CTG)

The Visualization Specialist position is best suited for those who seek to be challenged creatively, enjoy solving complex problems, and wish to lead visualization efforts on project and marketing efforts across the country. This exciting opportunity provides varying day-to-day responsibilities including:

  • Producing graphics/infographics, maps, presentations, documents, and other materials in support of CTG’s transportation planning projects.
  • Assisting with business development and marketing activities, including the development of proposal documents, presentations, and print and digital marketing materials.
  • Managing our firm’s visual brand, ensuring design consistency across our deliverables, marketing collateral, and digital platforms.
  • Assisting with CTG’s social media and outreach strategy.

Application Deadline: N/A

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Posting Date: 11/06/19
Position: Planner I
Company: Connetics Transportation Group, Inc. (CTG)

As a member of our transit service planning team, the Planner I supports a wide range of projects including comprehensive operational analyses and system redesigns, transit development plans, corridor studies for major capital investment projects, and other short and long-range service planning studies. Examples of tasks you will accomplish on any given day include designing transit routes and developing service plans, creating travel time models for new fixed guideway projects, or analyzing various datasets to formulate service recommendations. As a small firm, we are uniquely suited to provide ample opportunity for on-the-job learning and career development.

Application Deadline: N/A

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Posting Date: 10/31/19
Position: On-Site Coordinator
Company: Arts-Inspired Learning

The On-Site Coordinator is responsible for the coordination and implementation of the after-school programming at a school in the Cleveland Metropolitan School District (CMSD). The On-Sire Coordinator is the “on the ground” support to ensure that students have the academic, social-emotional, and health and wellness structures needed. The On-Site Coordinator reports to the Director of Programs. The position is part-time, year-round, exempt (25 hours per week, M – F, 2PM – 7PM) and is based at a school in Cleveland.

The On-Site Coordinator will create, strengthen, and maintain the bridge between the CMSD school, parents and community-based providers and surrounding neighborhoods. They will facilitate and provide leadership for the collaborative process and development of a continuum of services such as arts enrichment, academic enhancement, health and social services for children, families and the school community. The On-Site Coordinator functions in a neutral position in the provision of services from a variety of community agencies and Center for Arts-Inspired Learning (CAL).

Responsibilities:

  • Works with the school’s leadership team to identify student and school needs and make connections to the appropriate community partners.
  • Works with community providers to customize programming as necessary to meet pre-determined goals and objectives.
  • Creates the schedule that provides continuity of high quality programs; oversees implementation.
  • Ensures a safe learning environment for students and families during the after-school time.
  • Plans and directs daily activities and operations with the school and/or community during and after the school day.
  • Supervises community partners, including program and school-based partners, to ensure quality. Regularly evaluates programming.
  • Takes leadership in identifying and creatively solving problems to eliminate barriers for student success.
  • Facilitates weekly and monthly meetings with school, program partners and all related staff.
  • Directs and supports all Family and Community Events.
  • Ensures appropriate data collection related to outcomes of out-of-school time programming.
  • Participates in CAL’s educational and artistic programs as required.
  • Performs other duties as needed.

Application Deadline: N\A

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Posting Date: 10/29/19
Position: Arts and Civic Education Coordinator
Company: Metro West Community Development Organization

The Arts and Civic Education Coordinator will be responsible for day-to-day activities of Creative Fusion: The Art of Democracy in the Clark-Fulton/La Villa Hispana neighborhood. Duties include, but are not limited to: assisting international and local artists with planning and logistics for public art projects and performances curated during the program year; assisting the Creative Fusion Collaborative with projects and events related to local and visiting artist activities; consulting with artists and the Creative Fusion Collaborative about possible connections to Cleveland groups and/or individuals with whom the artists would benefit from meeting; handling social media, press releases, and other interpretive materials on the Cohort’s activities; coordinating partnership on nonpartisan voter education, registration, civic participation, civic education initiatives, and census-related activities.

Responsibilities:

  • Coordinate logistics of visiting artists, assisting them with daily issues related to transportation, communication, securing materials and locations as well as other needs
  • Assist in planning and overseeing Metro West CDO events and public talks
  • Participate in Creative Fusion Collaborative meetings. Take and distribute minutes among members.
  • Serve as the main point person regarding census-related activities, including representing Metro West CDO and Creative Fusion Creative Fusion Collaborative at the City and County Complete Count Committee, and attending other census coalition meetings.
  • Lead Metro West CDO’s voter-focused outreach and education. This includes developing materials, encouraging community participation in elections and in issue advocacy, and executing and improving voter registration efforts. 

Application Deadline: N/A

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Posting Date: 10/17/19
Position: Various positions (see site for details)
Company: US Census Bureau

In advance of the 2020 Census, the U.S. Census Bureau is recruiting thousands of people for temporary jobs across the country.

These temporary positions can include census takers, recruiting assistants, office staff, and supervisory staff. They feature competitive wages, weekly paychecks, flexible hours, and paid training

Hourly rates vary. Please check the website for details, however jobs are currently available in Cuyahoga County for $18.50 per hour.

Application Deadline: N/A

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Posting Date:  10/17/2019
Position: Naturalist I
Company: Cleveland Metroparks

The Outdoor Experiences Specialist (Naturalist) supports the efforts of Outdoor Experiences staff and mission by leading programs, making some independent decisions, performing office work, directing volunteers, and other related functions. The Specialist may be focused on outdoor education, outdoor recreation, historical interpretation, or facility/program support.

  • Provides outdoor recreation and/or educational programs that serve to enhance Cleveland Metroparks conservation, education and outdoor recreation mission and to promote environmental education and stewardship.
  • Plans and presents quality outdoor recreation and environmental education programs within the park district and at off-site locations.
  • Establishes program goals and objectives in cooperation with Manager.
  • Participates in special events or projects as assigned.
  • Assists in evaluating programs, offers recommendations for improvement and actively participates in revision of programs.
  • Demonstrated organizational skills including verbal communication, problem solving, and conflict management.
  • Drives Park District vehicles to transport equipment as required.
  • Assists in maintaining and prepping equipment and program materials.

Application Deadline: Open until filled.

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Posting Date:  10/17/2019
Position: Senior Conservation Science Manager 
Company: Cleveland Metroparks

The Senior Conservation Science Manager develops, updates, implements, administers and evaluates comprehensive natural resources and ecosystem management research and monitoring plans and programs for Cleveland Metroparks as integrated with a long-range strategic plan. This position implements natural resource research and monitoring and develops Park District-wide understanding and cooperation. This position also steers all aspects of natural resources research and monitoring, including planning, writing, hiring and supervising specialty staff, arranging all appropriate field equipment and supplies, coordinating volunteers and pursuing external funding to support research initiatives.

  • Effectively supervises assigned employees, including the following:
  • Interviews, selects and trains employees;
  • Coaches employees in proper job performance techniques and procedures;
  • Directs the work of employees and sets/adjusts hours of work;
  • Maintains records on employee productivity and appraises employees' productivity and efficiency to recommend promotions or other changes in status;
  • Handles employee complaints and disciplines employees when necessary;
  • Apportions work among different employees;
  • Monitors or implements legal compliance measures;

Application Deadline: Open untill filled.

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Posting Date:  10/17/2019
Position: Naturalist II
Company: Cleveland Metroparks

The Seasonal Naturalist II supports the efforts of Outdoor Experiences staff and mission by leading programs, making some independent decisions, performing office work, directing volunteers, and other related functions. The Specialist may be focused on outdoor education, outdoor recreation, historical interpretation, or facility/program support.

Responsibilities:

  • Provides outdoor recreation and/or educational programs that serve to enhance Cleveland Metroparks conservation, education and outdoor recreation mission and to promote environmental education and stewardship.
  • Plans and presents quality outdoor recreation and environmental education programs within the park district and at off-site locations.
  • Establishes program goals and objectives in cooperation with Manager.
  • Participates in special events or projects as assigned.
  • Assists in evaluating programs, offers recommendations for improvement and actively participates in revision of programs.
  • Demonstrated organizational skills including verbal communication, problem solving, and conflict management.
  • Drives Park District vehicles to transport equipment as required.
  • Assists in maintaining and prepping equipment and program materials.
  • Keeps direct supervisor promptly informed of key/significant issues or concerns.

Application Deadline: Open until filled.

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Posting Date: 10/17/2019
Position: Fiscal & Policy Analyst
Company: Legislative Analyst's Office Sacramento, California

The fiscal and policy analyst's primary responsibility is to be the LAO's expert in the policy area to which he or she is assigned. These assignments fall into one of the following general areas: state finance; local government; health; human services; K-12 education; higher education; transportation; resources and environmental protection; or criminal justice. Toward this end, an analyst:

  • Spends considerable time in the field learning first-hand how programs work in practice.
  • Keeps up on the laws and available literature in the program area.
  • Knows and stays in contact with legislative, administrative, and intergovernmental staff, as well as industry groups and nonprofit organizations in the assigned policy area.

The analyst uses this expertise to:

  • Identify and analyze budget and policy issues and develop options and recommendations for the Legislature to address these issues. These analyses are contained in reports, legislative assignments, and initiative and ballot pamphlet write-ups.
  • Testify before legislative committees on fiscal and policy issues.
  • Serve as a fiscal and program resource to legislators whenever needed.

Because analysts are nonpartisan fiscal and policy staff, it is essential their work be objective, analytical, accurate, and thorough. In addition, for the analyst's work to be useful to the Legislature, it must be solution-oriented and performed in a timely manner.

Application Deadline: N/A

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Posting Date:  10/17/2019
Position: Natural Resources Specialist 1 - Watershed Volunteer Program Crew
Company: Cleveland Metroparks

Cleveland Metroparks is seeking a qualified applicant to work with the Watershed Volunteer Program (WVP) team to assist with the day-to-day operations of the program. The WVP Specialist 1 works with the WVP team to provide database management and reporting, monitoring and restoration project coordination, volunteer recruitment and recognition, and volunteer communications. Reports to WVP Coordinator at West Creek Reservation and works at reservations throughout Cleveland Metroparks. The position also assists other Natural Resources Division with watershed monitoring and restoration projects as needed. Housing may be available at $75/month rent, renter's insurance required.

Responsibilities may include:

  • Provides administrative and technical support to volunteers and other Natural Resources staff for watershed management projects, including: invasive plant removal, riparian planting, stream bank assessment, water quality monitoring, rain garden and other green infrastructure maintenance.
  • Offers administrative support at volunteer learning events and for independent projects.
  • Supports volunteers through training, scheduling, and supervision.
  • Cleans and maintains equipment.
  • Assists with volunteer recruitment, retention, and recognition efforts.
  • Serves as a safety leader for all WVP operations working in a safe and efficient manner, responding to hazardous situations and/or potentially unsafe conditions by taking corrective action, and promptly notifying supervisory personnel.
  • Assists with development of reports, performs data entry and analysis, and makes presentations related to assigned projects.

Application Deadline: Open Untill Filled.

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Posting Date: 1/31/2020
Position: Housing/Zoning Manager
Company: City of Conneaut

This position works under the direction of the City Manager, oversees the administrative functions and the day to day operations of the Housing and Zoning Office. Maintains files for various Housing and Zoning code enforcement cases. Interprets and administers codes and City ordinances. Answers incoming calls and takes inspection requests and answers questions pertaining to inspections and city ordinances. Ability to attend evening meetings as required. 

Responsibilities and Duties:

  • Prepares and oversees investigations and inspections of properties for violations.
  • Prepares and issues notices of non-compliance cases for legal action; maintains zoning files and assists Law Department in providing evidence for cases cited into court for non-compliance and testifies at court hearings.
  • Proven experience in managing multiple projects in a fast-paced environment with strong prioritization and organizational skills.
  • Collaborate with County departments including: Community Services & Planning, Auditor,Recorders Office, and The Land Bank.
  • Oversees and performs code enforcement (inspections) for housing complaints and property maintenance complaints.
  • Provides general assistance to the public on topics such as zoning and setback inquiries, requests for zoning permits demolition, logging, and land use questions.
  • Primary administrator to the Zoning Board of Appeals and the Planning Commission; provides the agenda, minutes, communication and testimony and makes recommendations on behalf of the City.
  • Establish and maintain cooperative and effective working relationships with city departments, community agencies, builders, developers, and the general public.
  • Oversees and performs zoning and demolition enforcement activities. Reviews permit applications to determine compliance with the City’s Zoning Code, approves, inspects and issues zoning permits, assists residents and/or contractors through the process of seeking variances if required. Provides staff support to the Zoning Board of Appeals.
  • Works with other City departments in the event that code complaints fall outside the jurisdiction of the department. Provides staff support to the City’s International Property Maintenance Board of Appeals.
  • Reviews Community Reinvestment Area (CRA) requests and provides copies to the Conneaut Area City School System and the Ashtabula County Auditor. Also prepares the annual reports for commercial and residential CRA’s and submits documents to the Ohio Department of Development.

Application Deadline: N/A

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Posting Date: 1/29/2020
Position: Public Policy and External Affairs Associate
Company: The Center for Community Solutions

The Center for Community Solutions is looking for a dynamic, detail-oriented individual to fill a newly created position on their policy team! 

The Center for Community Solutions is looking for someone who is passionate about Medicaid policy and who wants to concentrate on big public health issues - especially systemic racism as a public health crisis.

The ability to handle multiple projects and priorities is essential, as is a very strong attention to detail, solid judgment, excellent communication skills and a pleasant and professional demeanor. Check it out if you’re interested in joining a dynamic team in a well-respected organization with a long history of working on issues that impact our communities.

Application Deadline: February 21, 2020 at 5:00 PM

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Posting Date: 1/22/2020
Position: Assistant Planner
Company: Chicago Metropolitan Agency for Planning (CMAP)

The Chicago Metropolitan Agency for Planning (CMAP) is hiring full-time employees at the Assistant level in the Planning Department, with an emphasis on long range planning, multimodal transportation, governance, and/or land use and zoning. Some CMAP positions are contingent upon securing and retaining grant funding. Currently funding is secured for the Assistants positions through August 31, 2021, with the possibility to be renewed.

Position Purpose

Provide intermediate technical and professional support of CMAP’s long-range comprehensive regional planning, the Local Technical Assistance (LTA) program, and research, data analysis, and mapping work to contribute to the agency’s long-range and local planning efforts. Planning projects may include intermediate level comprehensive plans, corridor or subarea plans, zoning revisions, studies of special topics such as housing or economic development, and similar planning activities. Research and analysis projects may include intermediate level GIS mapping, data processing, quantitative spatial analyses, and the development and documentation of new business intelligence tools and products, and methodologies for quantitative analysis.

Perform technical work researching, analyzing and writing technical planning documents and supporting public planning projects and initiatives, and related work. Contribute to other CMAP activities, including but not limited to the implementation of ON TO 2050, the agency’s general activities in policy, programming, and planning. Some in-region travel and evenings/weekends are required; candidates must have the ability and willingness to work with communities across the region.

Application Deadline: February 7, 2020

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Posting Date: 1/14/2020
Position: Special Improvement District Manager
Company: Ohio City Inc.

The Special Improvement District Manager will be responsible for managing the day-to-day administration of the Ohio City Improvement Corporation (OCIC), the neighborhood’s special improvement district. This includes planning and executing safety and beautification programs in publicly accessible spaces, building relationships, and interfacing with stakeholders. This is a new role created to enhance the quality of life for residents and visitors and support businesses and non-profits in the district.

Application Deadline: Friday, January 31, 2020

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Posting Date: 12/19/19
Position: Recycling Coordinator
Company: Cuyahoga Recycles (Cuyahoga County Solid Waste District)

The Recycling Coordinator position is responsible for the operation of the District’s Special Waste Convenience Center including the household hazardous waste program and other special waste collections. The position is also responsible for developing and implementing new recycling programs to expand the Center and for conducting materials handling and logistical activities. This is a newly-created, part-time position with the possibility to expand into a full-time position with the addition of new programs. 

Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Serve as a liaison with Cuyahoga County service directors and recycling coordinators to coordinate the
    District’s special waste programs for HHW, electronics, scrap tires and SWCC collections.
  • Manage the Household Hazardous Waste Program by and between the community participants and the
    contractor. Schedule city deliveries and training, identify and resolve problems, visit municipal
    collection locations for compliance with established operating and safety procedures. Identify
    alternative disposal or lower cost disposal opportunities. 
  • Oversee contractor operations: monitor contract compliance and program budgets, review shipping papers, manifests and invoices for accuracy for all special waste collections, identify and resolve problems.
  • Coordinate the annual Scrap Tire Round-Up by and between the community participants and the
    contractor. Coordinate other special waste collections within the Special Waste Convenience Center for
    computers and electronics, campaign signs, holiday lights and other SWCC materials as implemented. 
  • Develop and implement new recycling programs within the Special Waste Convenience Center to
    maximize public recycling options. 
  • Operate material handling equipment (pallet jacks, tow-motor, dock doors etc.), perform minor equipment maintenance, perform unloading and loading activities, oversee disassembly, storage and handling of recyclable and hazardous materials.
  • Perform basic warehouse maintenance, schedule and coordinate pickups of collected materials,
    schedule equipment maintenance. 
  • Assist staff with public outreach activities as needed.
  • Track and report program metrics and prepare reports.
  • Participate in training as required.

Application Deadline: Open until filled. 

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Posting Date: 12/18/19
Position: Director of Neighborhood Development
Company: Old Brooklyn Community Development Corporation

The Director of Neighborhood Development is responsible for the development, implementation, and coordination of all activities at the intersection of economic opportunity and place in Old Brooklyn with a focus on rehabilitation of the commercial corridors. The Director of Neighborhood Development reports to the Executive Director and manages a staff that includes healthy housing, residential, and commercial programmatic functions.

Main Duties:

  • Implement comprehensive redevelopment for Old Brooklyn’s markets that includes commercial
    and residential rehabilitation, economic opportunity, business attraction, and placemaking.
  • Coordinate and lead neighborhood planning related to land use, infrastructure, and greenways.
  • Build and maintain strategic relationships with developers, businesses, property owners, and
    stakeholders to better the organization.
  • Provide technical assistance and administer commercial programs for new and existing small
    businesses and property owners.
  • Represent OBCDC to various industry and City of Cleveland agencies including but not limited
    to the Board of Zoning Appeals and the Cleveland Planning Commission.
  • Manage and promote the City of Cleveland’s Storefront Renovation Program.
  • Act as a liaison between OBCDC and the business community of Old Brooklyn; coordinate and
    attend merchant meetings.
  • Maintain an inventory of data for properties and business in Old Brooklyn.
  • Facilitate presentations to the Near West Design Review Committee.
  • Create content for business related communications of OBCDC.

Application Deadline: N/A

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Posting Date: 12/9/19
Position: 2 Planner II positions
Company: City of Columbus

The Department of Development seeks qualified candidates to fill two Planner II positions in the Planning Division. The Planning Division values diversity in our workforce. As stated by the Mayor’s Office of Diversity and Inclusion, our aim is to reflect the diversity of the citizens that makeup the population of the City of Columbus.

The Planner II positions will focus on neighborhood planning, which may include the following tasks: community engagement and facilitation; development review; data gathering, mapping and analysis; infrastructure coordination; and research and writing.

Candidates should be organized, dependable and detail oriented, and preferred candidates will have the following:

  • Strong communication skills: writing, interpersonal, and public speaking.
  • Technical skills, including a working knowledge of ArcGIS, Excel, Tableau, etc. 
  • General knowledge of architecture and urban design, with the ability to review site plans and building elevations.

Minimum qualifications are a master's degree in urban planning or a related field and one year of related professional experience, or a bachelor's degree and two years of experience.

About Columbus: Columbus is ranked “#3 Best City to Live in for New College Grads” and “Top 10 Best Big City to Live in Right Now”. Also, recently included on the New York Times' list of "52 Places to Visit in 2019", there's an energy and excitement in Columbus that's going to hit you as soon as you arrive. Big things are happening here, and you're invited to join in. Read more about the city at https://www.experiencecolumbus.com/.

Application Deadline: January 6, 2020 at 11:59pm EST

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Posting Date: 11/26/19
Position: Part-Time Development Applications Assistant
Company: NRP Investments, LLC

Responsibilities:

Under the direction of the Senior Applications Manager and the Senior Vice President of Development, the Part-Time Applications Assistant performs services relating to securing financing for NRP’s affordable housing pipeline. This position is within NRP’s Development Department, and provides support to its project management teams in the preparation and submission of applications for Low Income Housing Tax Credits and associated gap financing in multiple markets to bridge the expectations and efforts of all parties involved in the predevelopment process. The Applications Assistant must address the development financing process from a micro perspective, focusing on States’ regulatory and policy frameworks and interacting with third party vendors and subject matter experts as these specialists execute their tasks toward target dates.

Essential Functions:

To accomplish this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform, with or without reasonable accommodation, each essential function satisfactorily. Reasonable accommodations may be made to help enable qualified individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

Essential Functions Statement(s):

  • Assist with the preparation and assembly of Low Income Housing Tax Credit and gap financing applications
  • Generate detailed analysis of funding documents
  • Attend Housing Finance Agency and other financing partners’ committee meetings and training seminars for purpose of education and to enhance NRP’s relationship with these organizations’ staff
  • Familiarize self and support colleagues with Planning Commission, City Council, BZA and other municipal protocols
  • Assist with due diligence on targeted sites in pre-development stage of projects
  • Maintenance of critical path timelines in order to push stalled issues through to resolution 

Application Deadline: N/A

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Posting Date: 11/21/19
Position: Management Analyst Team Recruitment
Company: City of Mesa 

The City of Mesa’s Management Analyst Team is not an internship, it is a full-time position within the Office of Management and Budget that involves the Analyst spending time learning how to develop and manage the components of the City’s budget, as well as rotating through various City departments and providing management assistance through project leadership. The program is aimed at successful completion in 4 years with ultimate program success resulting in the Analyst securing a permanent position within the City.

The City of Mesa’s Management Analyst Team is a multi-year program designed to attract talented professionals with an interest in local government management. Over the course of the program, analysts will:

  • Spend one to two years in the Office of Management and Budget working on the City’s operating budget, capital improvement program, and forecast teams, and assisting departments with day-to-day operational needs as a budget liaison.
  • Work with the Performance Excellence team within the Office of Management and Budget to assist departments in planning operations and in evaluating performance and processes.
  • Gain broad experience with City operations by rotating through several City departments and OMB Teams. 
  • Gain professional development and guidance from senior managers and other City staff.

Application Deadline: Applications for the Management Analyst Team will be available in December 2019, with the selection of one candidate made in early spring. The application will be made available here.

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Posting Date: 11/21/19
Position: Associate Consultant
Company: Davey Resource Group, Inc., (DRG)

Davey Resource Group, Inc., (DRG) headquartered in Kent, Ohio has opportunities for experienced urban foresters. We are seeking teamwork-oriented individuals with excellent written and oral communication skills. Candidates should possess a professional work ethic with attention to detail and safety.

Objectives:

  • Provide project management and support for urban forestry projects.
  • Pursue and execute urban forestry consulting work in Northeast Ohio.
  • Support and drive urban forestry market growth.

Duties:
Support clients with day-to-day forestry activities, including but not limited to: tree inventories, vegetation and natural resource surveys, management planning, tree risk assessment and tree appraisal, recommend tree maintenance activities, tree protection and preservation plans, set up tree planting programs, review and facilitate tree pruning or removal contracts, observe or support vegetation management operations, respond to citizen-initiated tree requests, provide grant assistance, support the use of geographic information systems (GIS), implement software solutions, and write reports, letters, or memos in support of client needs. Collaborate with business development staff to prepare bids and proposals. Participate in national, regional, and local marketing strategies such as events; webinars; and sponsorships. Attend, exhibit, and/or present at regional and national conferences and identifies and participates in public speaking and networking opportunities.

Application Deadline: N/A

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Posting Date: 11/21/19
Position: Development Finance Analyst I
Company: City of Cleveland Department of Economic Development

Under administrative direction, administers a specific project or program in the Department of Economic Development. Serves as the project lead to evaluate projects for potential financial incentives. Reviews applications, performs underwriting functions, and prepares presentations to loan and grant review committees. Prepares legislation and works with the Law Department to prepare and execute contracts. Develops concepts and writes grant proposals. Secures commitments from State, Federal, and other funding sources to provide services and financial assistance to program participants and City of Cleveland businesses. Monitors performances and assists in evaluating options in the case of loan repayment problems. Gathers data for periodic and annual reporting. Assists City businesses with issues across all City departments to support the Department of Economic Development as a "One-Stop" for business concerns and works with other City departments to solve problems. Represents the City at public meetings and conferences. Works to market the City of Cleveland for the attraction and retention of businesses. Prepares summaries and information for the website and social media for the Department of Economic Development. Performs other duties as assigned.

Application Deadline: November 21st, 2019 at 11:59 PM

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Posting Date: 11/19/19
Opportunity Title: 2020-2021 Housing Graduate Fellowship
Opportunity Type: Fellowship Opportunity
Company: Congressional Hispanic Caucus Institute (CHCI)

For the 2020-2021 program year (August 31, 2020 – May 28, 2021), CHCI is offering a selection of Graduate Fellowships to exceptional Latinos with advanced academic degrees from across the country. 

CHCI is seeking Graduate Fellows interested in housing. Recent placements for Housing Graduate Fellows have included:

  • The office of Representative Raúl Grijalva
  • U.S. House Committee on Appropriations, U.S. House Financial Services Committee, U.S. Senate Committee on the Budget
  • U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development
  • The Urban Institute

Applicants are strongly encouraged to have a degree, work and/or volunteer experience related to housing issues and demonstrated leadership and passion for addressing housing issues faced by the Latino community. While no specific degrees are required, recent Housing Graduate Fellows have had degrees in Urban Planning, Regional Planning, Public Administration or Migration Studies.

2020-2021 Fellowship Program Dates: August 31, 2020 – May 28, 2021

Application Deadline: January 15, 2020

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Posting Date: 11/19/19
Opportunity Title: Public Policy Fellowship Program
Opportunity Type: Fellowship Opportunity
Company: Congressional Hispanic Caucus Institute (CHCI)

For the 2020-2021 program year (August 31, 2020 – May 28, 2021), CHCI is offering a selection of Graduate Fellowships to exceptional Latinos with advanced academic degrees from across the country. 

Begin your path toward becoming one of our nation’s future Latino policymakers. Recent college graduates can take advantage of this paid fellowship, which opens doors for talented young Latinos who are pursuing a career in public policy. Our goal is to help you accelerate your career in public policy so that more Latinos attain higher levels of policy leadership, which will make a better America for us all. You will spend nine months working in Washington, D.C., with significant exposure to leaders in congressional offices, federal agencies, national nonprofit advocacy organizations, government-related institutes, and more - growing both personally and professionally during your fellowship experience.

As a CHCI Public Policy Fellow, you will immerse yourself in the legislative process, spending four days each week (Monday-Thursday) learning all facets of public policy. On Fridays, you will join other fellows for a full day of leadership development centered on CHCI’s four Pillars of Leadership—Civic Engagement, Social Responsibility, Self Empowerment, and Promoting Community and Hispanic Culture. Your weekly programming will also prepare you to fully understand policy issues facing the Latino community and how to propose effective solutions by critically examining all sides and implications of these issues.

2020-2021 Fellowship Program Dates: August 31, 2020 – May 28, 2021

Application Deadline: January 15, 2020

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Posting Date: 11/19/19
Position: Project Coordinator
Company: City of Cleveland

Under administrative direction, is responsible for planning and administering a specific project or program for a City department. Serves as the administrative supervisor on projects or programs. Plans, assigns, supervises, and reviews activities of subordinate personnel. Monitors the project or program's operating budget and assists in the annual preparation of same. Designs, implements, and monitors procedures utilized in program evaluation. Develops and secures commitments from other City departments and agencies to provide services to program participants. Provides technical assistance or reviews program policies and procedures. Maintains current information and oversees the preparation of project status reports. Prepares financial and narrative reports and program applications. Communicates project/program status and information to municipal officials and/or public and private entities. May supervise employees assigned to the respective project. Performs other related duties as required.

This employee will have the working title of Real Estate Manager and will be primarily focused on:

  • Managing real estate transactions and closings for purchase and sale of City real estate
  • Managing City's leasing activities
  • Managing and maintaining records of City's real estate assets

Application Deadline: N/A

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Posting Date: 11/18/19
Opportunity Title: New Mexico National Park Service (NPS) Community Planning/Landscape Architect Fellowship
Opportunity Type: Fellowship Opportunity
Company: National Park Service

The New Mexico National Park Service (NPS) Community Planning/Landscape Architect Fellowship is a unique opportunity for an exemplary Latino master’s graduate student or recent graduate. The Fellowship is designed to provide practical experience with diverse communities that we serve including Native American and Latino. It provides an opportunity and exposure to community outdoor recreation and conservation planning projects with a wide spectrum of partners in New Mexico and in El Paso, Texas. 

The fellow will work on the local-level collaborative trail, park, and conservation planning and design, and public engagement with rural to urban communities.  Occasional overnight travel with RTCA project managers is required with travel costs reimbursed by the Hispanic Access Foundation (HAF). The fellow will support two RTCA project managers in Santa Fe and in Albuquerque, New Mexico. The selected candidate will develop or improve skills in some or all of the following areas: community planning, conservation, landscape architecture, outdoor recreation design, public outreach and engagement, and partnership development for community-led conservation and outdoor recreation.  

Fellows will work and communicate with a HAF Program Manager during their fellowship. Fellows will be expected to participate in scheduled conference calls, webinars, and meetings conducted throughout their term. Fellows will capture photos and/or videos for reporting purposes and submit 3 blog posts highlighting their experience and development. Fellows will coordinate and participate in Latino Conservation Week 2020, scheduled during mid-July.

Application Deadline: Sunday, November 24, 2019 by 5 pm EST. 

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Posting Date: 10/31/19
Position: On-Site Coordinator
Company: Arts-Inspired Learning

The On-Site Coordinator is responsible for the coordination and implementation of the after-school programming at a school in the Cleveland Metropolitan School District (CMSD). The On-Sire Coordinator is the “on the ground” support to ensure that students have the academic, social-emotional, and health and wellness structures needed. The On-Site Coordinator reports to the Director of Programs. The position is part-time, year-round, exempt (25 hours per week, M – F, 2PM – 7PM) and is based at a school in Cleveland.

The On-Site Coordinator will create, strengthen, and maintain the bridge between the CMSD school, parents and community-based providers and surrounding neighborhoods. They will facilitate and provide leadership for the collaborative process and development of a continuum of services such as arts enrichment, academic enhancement, health and social services for children, families and the school community. The On-Site Coordinator functions in a neutral position in the provision of services from a variety of community agencies and Center for Arts-Inspired Learning (CAL).

Responsibilities:

  • Works with the school’s leadership team to identify student and school needs and make connections to the appropriate community partners.
  • Works with community providers to customize programming as necessary to meet pre-determined goals and objectives.
  • Creates the schedule that provides continuity of high quality programs; oversees implementation.
  • Ensures a safe learning environment for students and families during the after-school time.
  • Plans and directs daily activities and operations with the school and/or community during and after the school day.
  • Supervises community partners, including program and school-based partners, to ensure quality. Regularly evaluates programming.
  • Takes leadership in identifying and creatively solving problems to eliminate barriers for student success.
  • Facilitates weekly and monthly meetings with school, program partners and all related staff.
  • Directs and supports all Family and Community Events.
  • Ensures appropriate data collection related to outcomes of out-of-school time programming.
  • Participates in CAL’s educational and artistic programs as required.
  • Performs other duties as needed.

Application Deadline: N\A

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Posting Date: 10/29/19
Position: Community Engagement Specialist
Company: Metro West Community Development Organization

The ideal candidate is passionate about Cleveland neighborhoods and residents and has a servant leadership mentality - placing the growth and well-being of people and the communities to which they belong first and foremost. The candidate should be a problem solver, good listener, and patient. This person should also enjoy developing relationships, working with diverse groups of people, and helping residents work though challenges they are facing.

Community engagement specialists will report to the community Engagement Specialist (CES) Manager in the City of Cleveland's Community Developement and Metro West Community Developement Organization's Director of Housing. The specialists will be housed at the Metro West and will be part of  a cohort of specialists deployed across the City.

Position Responsibilities:

Each Community Engagement (CE) Specialist will focus on concentrated inspection areas (CIA) in their neighborhood that are proritized by their CDC Executive Director, CES Manager, and Councilperson. Main roles and responsibilities include:

  • Working with CES Manager, CDC Team, and Councilmember to determine which areas of neighborhood have the most need
  • Identifying external and internal housing issues
  • Collecting, inputting and tracking field data
  • Building trust, providing technical assistance, and developing a plan of action with the resident to address housing and quality of life issues
    • Connecting residents with resources available through the City of Cleveland, local nonprofits, and organizations
  • Administering the City's paint program in the field with support from the CES Manager
  • Delivering classes and forums for homeowners and landlords on at least a quarterly basis in coordination with CES Manager

Application Deadline: N/A

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Posting Date: 10/22/19
Position: Assistant, Associate, or Full Professor
Company: University of Buffalo

The Department of Urban and Regional Planning and the Department of Architecture at the University at Buffalo, The State University of New York, invite applications for a tenure-track faculty position in our Master of Science in Real Estate Development (MSRED) program. While we expect to appoint at the rank of Assistant Professor, we will consider applicants and appointments at the level of Associate Professor or Professor. 

The duties of the selected candidate will involve a combination of teaching; research or scholarly productivity from external funding, possibly in connection with one of the six research centers in the school, facilitate research in collaboration with students and faculty, and disseminate research to professional audiences; service to the department, school, university, and community; and administrative responsibilities including advisement, student recruitment, and professional outreach to friends and benefactors. 

Application Deadline: Open Until Filled. (Date to be Filled: 9/1/20)

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Posting Date: 10/22/19
Position: Associate/Full Professor
Company: University of Buffalo

The Department of Urban and Regional Planning at the University at Buffalo – The State University of New York – invites applications for an associate or full professor whose research and teaching interests focus on:

  • Urban Planning, such as physical infrastructure planning, urban design, transport planning, neighborhood planning, general comprehensive planning, affordable housing, GIS and urban informatics; or
  • Environmental Planning, such as climate change, ecosystem restoration, land use planning, natural environment systems, sustainable development, and environmental aspects of central-city revitalization; or
  • Other specialty areas relevant to urban planning education and research and complementary to our curriculum, our university, and our environs.

The duties of the selected candidate will involve a combination of teaching general curriculum as well as specialized courses in all levels of instruction; research or scholarly productivity, possibly in connection with one of the six research centers in the school; and service to the department, school, university, and community. Faculty are also expected to advise graduate-level students.

Application Deadline: Open Until Filled. (Date to be Filled: 9/1/20)

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Posting Date: 10/22/19
Position: Assistant Professor
Company: University of Buffalo

The Department of Urban and Regional Planning at the University at Buffalo – The State University of New York – invites applications for a tenure-track assistant professor whose research and teaching interests focus on:

  • Urban Planning, such as physical infrastructure planning, urban design, transport planning, neighborhood planning, general comprehensive planning, affordable housing, GIS and urban informatics; or
  • Environmental Planning, such as climate change, ecosystem restoration, land use planning, natural environment systems, sustainable development, and environmental aspects of central-city revitalization; or
  • Other specialty areas relevant to urban planning education and research and complementary to our curriculum, our university, and our environs.

The duties of the selected candidate will involve a combination of teaching general curriculum as well as specialized courses in all levels of instruction; research or scholarly productivity, possibly in connection with one of the six research centers in the school; and service to the department, school, university, and community. Faculty are also expected to advise graduate-level students.

Application Deadline: Open Until Filled. (Date to be Filled: 9/1/20)

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Posting Date: 10/22/19
Position: Community Engagement Specialist
Company: Tremont West Development Corporation

Community engagement specialists will report to the Community Engagement Specialist (CES) Manager in the City of Cleveland’s Community Development Department and the Community Development Corporation (CDC) Executive Director or their designee. The specialists will be housed at the CDC in the neighborhood they are serving and will be part of a cohort of specialists deployed across the City.

Each Community Engagement (CE) Specialist will focus on concentrated inspection areas (CIA) in their neighborhood that are prioritized by their CDC Executive Director, CES Manager, and Councilperson

Main roles and responsibilities include:

  • Working with the CES Manager, CDC team, and Councilmember to determine which areas of neighborhood have the most need
  • Identifying external and internal housing issues
  • Building trust, providing technical assistance, and developing a plan of action with the resident to address housing and quality of life issues 
  • Connecting residents with resources available through the City of Cleveland, local nonprofits, and organizations
  • Collecting, inputting, and tracking field data
  • Administering the City’s paint program in the field with support from the CES Manager
  • Delivering classes and forums for homeowners and landlords on at least a quarterly basis in coordination with CES Manager

Application Deadline: November 11th, 2019 at 5:00 PM

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Posting Date:  10/17/2019
Position: Natural Resources Specialist 1 - Watershed Volunteer Program Crew
Company: Cleveland Metroparks

Cleveland Metroparks is seeking a qualified applicant to work with the Watershed Volunteer Program (WVP) team to assist with the day-to-day operations of the program. The WVP Specialist 1 works with the WVP team to provide database management and reporting, monitoring and restoration project coordination, volunteer recruitment and recognition, and volunteer communications. Reports to WVP Coordinator at West Creek Reservation and works at reservations throughout Cleveland Metroparks. The position also assists other Natural Resources Division with watershed monitoring and restoration projects as needed. Housing may be available at $75/month rent, renter's insurance required.

Responsibilities may include:

  • Provides administrative and technical support to volunteers and other Natural Resources staff for watershed management projects, including: invasive plant removal, riparian planting, stream bank assessment, water quality monitoring, rain garden and other green infrastructure maintenance.
  • Offers administrative support at volunteer learning events and for independent projects.
  • Supports volunteers through training, scheduling, and supervision.
  • Cleans and maintains equipment.
  • Assists with volunteer recruitment, retention, and recognition efforts.
  • Serves as a safety leader for all WVP operations working in a safe and efficient manner, responding to hazardous situations and/or potentially unsafe conditions by taking corrective action, and promptly notifying supervisory personnel.
  • Assists with development of reports, performs data entry and analysis, and makes presentations related to assigned projects.

Application Deadline: Open Untill Filled.

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Posting Date: 10/17/2019
Position: Senior Conservation Science Manager 
Company: Cleveland Metroparks

The Senior Conservation Science Manager develops, updates, implements, administers and evaluates comprehensive natural resources and ecosystem management research and monitoring plans and programs for Cleveland Metroparks as integrated with a long-range strategic plan. This position implements natural resource research and monitoring and develops Park District-wide understanding and cooperation. This position also steers all aspects of natural resources research and monitoring, including planning, writing, hiring and supervising specialty staff, arranging all appropriate field equipment and supplies, coordinating volunteers and pursuing external funding to support research initiatives.

  • Effectively supervises assigned employees, including the following:
  • Interviews, selects and trains employees;
  • Coaches employees in proper job performance techniques and procedures;
  • Directs the work of employees and sets/adjusts hours of work;
  • Maintains records on employee productivity and appraises employees' productivity and efficiency to recommend promotions or other changes in status;
  • Handles employee complaints and disciplines employees when necessary;
  • Apportions work among different employees;
  • Monitors or implements legal compliance measures;

Application Deadline: Open untill filled.

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Posting Date: 10/14/2019
Position: Senior Vice President, Community Development
Company: Michigan Economic Development Corporation

The Senior Vice President of Community Development is responsible for providing strategic oversight and programmatic direction to the CD division which consists of Community Assistance, Redevelopment Ready Communities, Main Street, Brownfield/TIF/SmartZones, CRP, and SHPO units. Leads operational and service teams to foster catalytic community developments, create critical infrastructure for job growth and sustainability, expand assistance to small and rural communities and provide communities with technical assistance. The Senior Vice President collaborates with a variety of Michigan government agencies (i.e. Michigan State Housing Development Authority, the Department of Agriculture and Rural Development, and the Department of Labor and Economic Opportunity) and the Federal Government to coordinate and execute community development efforts. Acts as a key division leader and assists with setting and executing organization direction and strategic goals.

Application Deadline: October 20, 2019

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Posting Date: 10/10/2019
Position: Policy & Programming Assistant Analyst
Company: Chicago Metropolitan Agency for Planning

The Chicago Metropolitan Agency for Planning (CMAP) is seeking to hire a full-time Assistant Analyst for the Transportation Capital Programming team. CMAP is our region’s official comprehensive planning organization and the Metropolitan Planning Organization (MPO) for northeastern Illinois. The ideal candidate for this position will demonstrate knowledge of metropolitan transportation planning policy and practices. The Assistant Analyst, under the direction of principal and senior staff, will assist in developing, tracking, and analyzing the Transportation Improvement Program (TIP). The Assistant Analyst will also complete tasks required to ensure compliance with federal planning and environmental regulations, so that the programs and analyses may be approved by the federal government.

Application Deadline: October 11th, 2019

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Posting Date:  10/07/2019
Position: Advancement Coordinator
Company: Western Reserve Historical Society

The Advancement Coordinator will work closely with and report to the Senior Vice President of Advancement to assist with the management of the Advancement department’s data system, WRHS various lines of contributed income, and support departmental fundraising efforts. They will also be responsible for all membership data entry and management.

Application Deadline: N/A

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Posting Date:  10/07/2019
Position: Community Outreach Advocate
Company: University Hospitals

The grant funded Outreach Advocate provides assistance with Rainbow Center for Women & Children community outreach, and addressing the non medical health needs of RCWC patients and families through the Rainbow Connects program. The Rainbow Connects program provides assistance to families in meeting needs to include safe and adequate housing, day care, food, household goods and appliances, baby items, food assistance and other benefits. The Outreach Advocate community outreach activities will include supporting and coordinating the activities of the Community Advisory Board and the Patient and Family Advisory Council of the RCWC.The Outreach Advocate will be responsible for supporting the Rainbow Connects Program Manager and Rainbow’s medical director for community integration in developing community outreach strategies, and assisting with Rainbow Connects, CAB, and PFAC activities. The Advocate position requires independence & a high degree of flexibility and adaptability.

Application Deadline: N/A

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Posting Date: 10/07/2019
Position: Chief of Staff
Company: Holden Forests & Gardens

Responsibilities:

  • Maintain the schedule of the President & CEO, making appointments and arrangements for an active calendar of meetings and events that take place at the office and other locations. Prompt and support the President in preparation for and in follow-up to engagements and commitments.
  • Serve as a key point of contact with members of the Board of Directors and other community partners, including support of stewardship activities.
  • Manage, coordinate, and facilitate as appropriate the work, priorities, and communications of the President & CEO.
  • Accompany or represent the President & CEO at appropriate meetings and events.
  • Track and document commitments made and follow-up items, and ensure they are completed. Initiate tasks to fulfill regularly scheduled business requirements and ongoing objectives.
  • Work with the President & CEO, as well as, leadership team members to develop and execute plans, logistics, and materials for the Board of Directors and other fiduciary/advisory committees.
  • Support meetings and activities of the executive team in concert with the President & CEO, and track meeting outcomes.
  • Coordinate special projects including events, presentations, tours, and other community engagement efforts of the President & CEO.
  • Track, draft, proofread, and/or process routine outgoing correspondence, reports, and other materials in support of the President & CEO.
  • Work with the CFO to draft the annual budget for the Office of the President and monitor pertinent administrative accounts. Authorize operating expenditures and payments within budget guidelines.

Application Deadline: N/A

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Posting Date: 10/07/2019
Position: Education Assistant
Company: Cleveland Metroparks Zoo

The Education Assistant assists in the development and deliverance of educational programs [fee-based and pre-registered programs, live animal shows, and interpretative program including signage and exhibits], activities and projects for Zoo guests and school groups, promoting the conservation of the environment and the appreciation of wildlife. The Education Assistant may also assist in the care, handling and training of Education Ambassador Animals. The Education Assistant -- Overnights delivers educational programs and activities for overnight Zoo guests and scout groups, promoting the conservation of the environment and the appreciation of wildlife.

Application Deadline: October 11, 2019

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Posting Date:  10/07/2019
Position: Assistant Director for Community Partnerships
Company: John Carroll University

The Assistant Director for Community Partnerships supports and develops university- community relationships that are mutually beneficial and link student learning, faculty scholarship, and civic engagement. The Assistant Director is a representative to the external constituencies of the Center for Service and Social Action, and is charged with developing strong working relationships with schools, community-based organizations and non-profit entities in the Greater Cleveland community in order to further the goals and mission of John Carroll University.

Responsibilities:

  • Establish and maintain relationships with community partner agencies in awareness of the needs, assets, and political (internal and external) implications of those partnerships and in accordance with the university mission.
  • Engage with faculty each semester to determine service-learning course objectives and develop new community partnerships based on course needs.
  • Lead community engagement work as part of the CSSA JCU in the City initiative working with community partners, neighborhood organizers and other stakeholders in the community.
  • Prepare and establish service schedule in consultation with community partners and CSSA staff.
  • Prepare students for weekly service in the community to include in-class orientations, pre-service workshops, reflection materials, and reflection reader training.
  • Conduct site evaluations at service sites as required by the Federal Work Study program;
  • Orient community partners to University procedures and policies, providing a clear articulation of the nature and purpose of service-learning, student roles, and mutual expectations and benefits of the partnership.
  • Plan and host an annual Community Partner Meeting.
  • Assist with CSSA sponsored projects, programs, and special events as needed.
  • Build and establish significant relationships with campus-wide stakeholders.
  • Fulfill other duties/responsibilities as assigned by the Director.

Application Deadline: Open Until Filled

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Posting Date: 09/30/2019
Position: Old Brooklyn CDC Fall 2019 VISTA
Company: AmeriCorps

Responsibilities:

Evaluate social media and marketing efforts from previous Old Brooklyn Farmers Market season in order to provide insight and actionable steps for future resident engagement and promotion activities; Assist OBCDC to explore partnerships with local vendors/programs for upcoming OBFM season to ensure availability of various healthy, fresh foods and support for healthy lifestyle through a range of programming and activities; Create materials and provide educational support for SNAP/EBT and Produce Perks for Old Brooklyn residents who utilize the program at OBFM; Support the development of a people-centered engagement model, including design of materials and database to support the recruitment and management of resident leaders and volunteers; Create engagement tools for affordable housing services

Application Deadline: October 14, 2019

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Posting Date: 09/26/2019
Position: Operations Manager
Company: Enterprise Community Partners

The primary function of this position is to ensure all Site Coordinators are prepared and supported to serve more than 14,000 clients during the tax season. This includes scheduling and leading trainings, ensuring sites complete the necessary paperwork to become IRS/VITA compliant, provide technical support for the tax software, and assist the Program Officer oversee the administrative tasks required by Site Coordinators to adhere to all required VITA processes and procedures throughout the tax season. This position also tracks and collects data that is used to improve the quality, productivity and efficiency of the Coalition as well as for monthly, quarterly and annual reporting requirements. In addition, this position will serve as an advocate for the Coalition by raising awareness and promoting the benefits of the Earned Income Tax Credit (EITC) and connection to other financially based resources. This is a 1099-contracted position.

Responsibilities:

  • Produce production and other required reporting information for the Coalition and its partners.
  • Schedule and lead Site Coordinator trainings and meetings
  • Provide support to Site Coordinator during the tax season
  • Provide excellent customer service to partners with a high degree of product and service knowledge.
  • Configure Coalition software, MyTaxPrep Office.
  • Improve Site Coordinators’ ability to operate their site through coaching, training, and developing training materials and instructional videos.
  • Ensure all VITA program Site Coordinators are IRS-certified to the appropriate level and aware of IRS Quality Site Requirements
  • Maintain volunteer and partner relationships through phone and email communication and event attendance.
  • Assist tax sites with registration of volunteers in VolunteerHub.
  • Collaborate with Coordinators to determine volunteer needs.
  • Maintain the strictest confidentiality and privacy of customer and agency information.
  • Perform other relevant duties as assigned.

Application Deadline: September 30, 2019 at 5:00pm

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Posting Date: 09/26/2019
Position: Planner 1
Company: Boulder County, CO

The Land Use Department of Boulder County is hiring a Planner I position for the Long Range Planning and Policy Team. The Planner I will have the opportunity to contribute to planning projects in a fast paced and innovative environment with the ability to significantly contribute to and support long range team efforts to address challenging planning issues, and act as a steward to the core values of the Boulder County Comprehensive Plan. This position is a journey level position that will benefit from the support of the team and management, but is also expected to take initiative and exercise independent judgment. The position calls for dedicated commitment to the cornerstones of Boulder County governance as laid out by county Commissioner initiatives including public service, sustainability, and collaboration. The successful candidate will possess strong communication and organizational skills, as well as a strong base of technical planning knowledge.

Examples of Duties:

  • Assists the public, often serving as their first point of contact, by answering inquiries and providing information concerning land use regulations, policies and procedures
  • Researches prior departmental decisions and actions applicable to specific requests on land parcels
  • Prepares and presents staff recommendations on routine land use dockets, and makes other reports and presentations to a variety of Boulder County boards and commissions, including the Board of County Commissioners
  • Coordinates referrals and responses concerning land use dockets and permits, etc. from other departments and outside agencies and individuals
  • Researches various planning projects that may involve field studies, surveys and data analysis
  • Reviews and comments on plans and proposals for consistency with comprehensive plan and other adopted planning documents and regulations
  • Prepares maps, charts, reports and other documents for presentations, public outreach and the county website

Application Deadline: October 9th, 2019

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Posting Date: 09/24/2019
Position: Project Manager
Company: A Special Wish Foundation

Duties and Responsibilities:

  • Run specific projects for families, included the Sparkles of Joy Program, Christmas Program, etc.
  • Serve as our frontline contact for members and the public
  • Provide general administrative support, including assistance with data entry, file management and maintenance, correspondence, expense receipts, bank deposits, photocopying, specific projects and mailings as needed
  • Provide administrative support for programs and other activities as needed
  • Provide administrative support including managing donor data and thank you projects
  • Share responsibility for providing information/assistance

Application Deadline: N/A

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Posting Date: 09/24/2019
Position: Research Assistant/ Contract Manager
Company: The Center for Community Solutions

A Research Assistant provides professional project support with limited guidance and leadership from supervisor. This position will work closely with the Associate Director/Williamson Family Fellow for Applied Research to support Community Solutions’ consulting operations.
Essential job tasks include: using computers; writing; problem solving; building relationships with members of community, professionals, and decision makers; project and process management; collection and analysis of data, trends, and ideas. 

Essential job responsibilities and results:

  • Schedule meetings and handle event logistics.
  • Manage contracts and invoicing schedules.
  • Prepare materials and attend meetings with external partners.
  • Engage with consulting clients and external partners.
  • Contribute to consulting and other projects.
  • Collaborate with colleagues across the organization.
  • Compile, analyze, and report data and information relevant to the organization’s mission and priorities.
  • Write blog posts..
  • Assist other program staff in collecting and developing program specific materials.
  • Serve as a member of one or more projects or teams.
  • Other duties as assigned.

Application Deadline: October 11th, 2019

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Posting Date: 09/24/2019
Position: Administrative Assistant for Non-Profit Organization
Company: Westown Community Development Corporation (WCDC)

Westown Community Development Corporation (WCDC) has been operating as an independent, incorporated non-profit agency since 1994. It is their goal to promote neighborhood revitalization and long-term stability in the Westown service area (Cleveland’s Ward 11) through the development and implementation of public benefit programs, residential and commercial rehabilitation, neighborhood planning and community engagement.

Responsibilities:

  • Oversee office supplies & inventory and order as needed
  • Contact vendors and or technicians for equipment repair
  • Schedule meetings
  • Create, and maintain a database that will update membership and resident services
  • File management of organizational documents
  • Prepare occasional mailings and mail merges
  • Assist with creating Word, Publisher & Excel documents
  • Referral of community services and follow up with residents and community organizations and government offices
  • Perform all other duties as assigned

Application Deadline: Position open until filled.

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Posting Date: 09/16/2019
Position: Budget and Management Analysts
Company: Broward County Florida

Budget and Management Analysts serve as fiscal and management consultants to agencies and as staff advisors to the County Administrator’s Office. Analysts work with County agencies to coordinate and develop recommendations on resource allocation throughout the year. In addition to development and administration of the $4.8 billion annual operating and capital budget, analysts work on special projects including:

  • developing funding plans for capital improvement programs;
  • analyzing funding requests for service enhancements;
  • evaluating fee proposals;
  • assessing the fiscal impact of proposed legislation;
  • analyzing agency processes to identify opportunitie to increase productivity;
  • developing and improving performance measures.

Application Deadline: September 20, 2019

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Posting Date: 09/16/2019
Position: Budget and Management Analysts
Company: Broward County Florida

Budget and Management Analysts serve as fiscal and management consultants to agencies and as staff advisors to the County Administrator’s Office. Analysts work with County agencies to coordinate and develop recommendations on resource allocation throughout the year. In addition to development and administration of the $4.8 billion annual operating and capital budget, analysts work on special projects including:

  • developing funding plans for capital improvement programs;
  • analyzing funding requests for service enhancements;
  • evaluating fee proposals;
  • assessing the fiscal impact of proposed legislation;
  • analyzing agency processes to identify opportunitie to increase productivity;
  • developing and improving performance measures.

Application Deadline: September 20, 2019

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Posting Date: 09/12/2019
Position: Finance Manager
Company: Ohio Environmental Council

The Ohio Environmental Council seeks a Finance Manager to manage the daily financial operations of the OEC family of organizations including OEC, OEC Action Fund, OEC Action Fund PAC, and Conservation Ohio. Good financial planning, accounting, and reporting is fundamental to the organization’s success in fulfilling its mission.

The ideal candidate will be technically skilled, able to work within larger concepts while paying meticulous attention to detail, able to translate financial concepts to non-finance staff, and eager to work with a growing family of organizations.

This position is based in Columbus and reports to the Deputy Director.

Application Deadline: September 27th, 2019

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Posting Date: 09/12/2019
Position: Executive Director
Company: West Park Kamm’s Neighborhood Development (WPKND)

The Executive Director will manage the day-to-day operations and programs including an annual budget of over $500,000 and a professional team of five people. The position’s responsibilities include, but are not limited to,: (i) planning and implementing economic development programs; (2) planning and implementing community activities; and (3) to diversify and promote the growth and development of West Park’s stakeholder base. The Executive Director will have considerable interface with several departments of the City of Cleveland, City Councilperson, key funders, businesses, institutions, neighborhood groups and community partners.

Application Deadline: Friday, September 27th, 2019

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Posting Date: 09/12/2019
Position: Natural Resources Specialist 1 - Watershed Volunteer Program Crew
Company: Cleveland Metroparks

Cleveland Metroparks is seeking a qualified applicant to work with the Watershed Volunteer Program (WVP) team to assist with the day-to-day operations of the program. The WVP Specialist 1 works with the WVP team to provide database management and reporting, monitoring and restoration project coordination, volunteer recruitment and recognition, and volunteer communications. Reports to WVP Coordinator at West Creek Reservation and works at reservations throughout Cleveland Metroparks. The position also assists other Natural Resources Division with watershed monitoring and restoration projects as needed. Housing may be available at $75/month rent, renter's insurance required.

Responsibilities may include:

  • Provides administrative and technical support to volunteers and other Natural Resources staff for watershed management projects, including: invasive plant removal, riparian planting, stream bank assessment, water quality monitoring, rain garden and other green infrastructure maintenance.
  • Offers administrative support at volunteer learning events and for independent projects.
  • Supports volunteers through training, scheduling, and supervision.
  • Cleans and maintains equipment.
  • Assists with volunteer recruitment, retention, and recognition efforts.
  • Serves as a safety leader for all WVP operations working in a safe and efficient manner, responding to hazardous situations and/or potentially unsafe conditions by taking corrective action, and promptly notifying supervisory personnel.

Application Deadline: Open until filled, but position starts October 2019.

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Posting Date: 09/10/2019
Position: Census Jobs
Company: United States Census 2020

Overview:
These positions provide the perfect opportunity to earn some extra income while helping your community. The results of the 2020 Census will help determine each state’s representation in Congress, as well as how certain funds are spent for schools, hospitals, roads, and more. This is your chance to play a part in history and help ensure that everyone in your community is counted! 

Job Qualifications:

  • Be at least 18 years old.
  • Have a valid Social Security number.
  • Be a U.S. citizen.
  • Have a valid email address.
  • Complete an application and answer assessment questions. (Some assessment questions are available in Spanish. However, an English proficiency test may also be required.)
  • Be registered with the Selective Service System or have a qualifying exemption, if you are a male born after Dec. 31, 1959.
  • Pass a Census-performed criminal background check and a review of criminal records, including fingerprinting.
  • Commit to completing training.
  • Be available to work flexible hours, which can include days, evenings, and/or weekends.

Most jobs require employees to:

  • Have access to a vehicle and a valid driver’s license, unless public transportation is readily available.
  • Have access to a computer with internet and an email account (to complete training).

Applicaton Deadline: N/A

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Posting Date: 09/05/2019
Position: Trails Assistant
Company: Tinker’s Creek Watershed Partners (TCWP)

Tinker’s Creek Watershed Partners (TCWP) is a non-profit, 501(c)(3) watershed organization officially established in 2006. Our mission is to protect and restore water quality and habitats of the Tinker’s Creek watershed through community partnerships. The Tinker’s Creek watershed drains 96.4 square miles and is the largest tributary to the Cuyahoga River. The watershed area spans 24 communities in Cuyahoga, Summit, Portage and Geauga counties.

Skills and Qualifications: Must have a high school diploma or GED. Must have a valid driver's license, be insured, and have own transportation; mileage will be reimbursed for service-related travel. Must have or be pursuing a college degree or equivalent education in biology, natural resources, forestry, wildlife management, environmental science, landscape architecture, planning, or similar. Must be in good health and capable of rigorous outdoor activity, including hiking over rough terrain and able to lift and carry 70 pounds. Must be self-motivated and able to work independently and in a team. Experience working with volunteers preferred. Must possess good organizational and communication skills and be capable of working with little supervision. Usual hours of service will be M-Th. The ability to serve flexible hours, including some evenings and weekends, is needed. Hours may fluctuate, increase or decrease, in consideration of seasonal changes such as inclement weather or other extended activities.

Appliction Deadline: The application deadline has been extended to September 20th, 2019

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Posting Date: 08/28/2019
Position: Director of Community Involvement
Company: Detroit Shoreway Community Development Organization (DSCDO)

Reports To: Managing Director

Summary of Position Description: The Director of Community Involvement will oversee a department of three (3) full time staff members (the Director, a Community Organizer, and a Safety Coordinator) and up to (3) part time staff members, in a service area that includes the Detroit Shoreway neighborhood and may expand to include the Cudell and Edgewater neighborhoods. These three neighborhoods are some of the most socio-economically and racially diverse in the city of Cleveland (source: Progress Index). The Director will create a department culture that elevates neighborhood leaders and is rooted in relationship-building, responsive to the community’s needs, and creative and innovative in its implementation of community engagement techniques, with a primary focus on underserved sections of the neighborhood(s). This position leads the department’s grants management, with responsibility for pursuing new community involvement resources and completing grant reporting. Strong writing and communication skills, as well as attention to detail, are paramount. The Director of Community Involvement will also serve as the MyCom Regional Coordinator for the Detroit Shoreway, Cudell and Edgewater neighborhoods, acting as the major conduit for both MyCom and Say Yes to Education.

Principal Responsibilities:

  • Supervise the Community Involvement Department, including Community Organizer, Safety Coordinator, Americorps VISTA (tentative), part time Computer Lab Coordinator, and part time Youth Council Coordinator
  • Support team in its ability to identify, cultivate, and develop neighborhood leaders
  • Support team in developing new community engagement techniques and initiatives, as well as new opportunities for resident involvement
  • Maintain partnerships with the Earned Income Tax Credit (EITC) Coalition, Community Financial Centers, and other partners
  • Special initiatives including, but not limited to: implementation of certain components of the Southwest Detroit Shoreway Neighborhood Plan; implementation of the Neighboring Fund; and connecting residents to Hire Local

Application Deadline: September 18, 2019

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Posting Date: 08/27/2019
Position: Senior Planner
Company: City Of RENO

Live, work, and play in Reno which is a growing university community offering numerous cultural and recreational events. We provide a competitive total compensation package including comprehensive health insurance and retirement system benefits. This is an open competitive and promotional opportunity for City of Reno employees and individuals who meet the minimum qualifications. There is currently one (1) vacancy that could be in current or long-range planning. This will also establish a list for future vacancies. Under direction, leads, oversees, and participates in the more complex and difficult work of staff responsible for providing professional planning services to the City involving economic development, growth management, redevelopment, and regulation administration; reviews development proposals and prepares master plans and code amendments in accordance with established policies and procedures; and performs a variety of technical tasks relative to assigned areas of responsibility.

This is the advanced journey-level class in the professional Planner series. Positions at this level are distinguished from other classes within the series by the level of responsibility assumed and the complexity of duties assigned including exercising technical and functional supervision over lower-level planning staff. Employees perform the most difficult and responsible types of duties assigned to classes within this series including the most controversial and complex land development and planning cases. Employees at this level are required to be fully trained in all procedures related to assigned area of responsibility.

Application Deadline: September 12, 2019

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Posting Date: 08/26/2019
Position: Program Leader
Company: Boy Scouts of America

A Program Leader’s aim is to help individual Scouts to develop their character, educate them in good citizenship and encourage them to become physically strong and mentally awake. We deliver the Scouting program according to the guidelines provided within the Cub Scout curriculum. The curriculum is the Program Leader's guide for each meeting. The activities found in the curriculum are designed to support the purposes of Cub Scouting and are chosen to help promote the overall aims and methods of Scouting. All additional materials needed will be available at the monthly Program Leaders Staff Meeting.

Expectations:

  • Must have the ability to care for others and be a positive Role Model.
  • Supervision of the Unit program and Scout behavior.
  • Performs other duties as related to providing a safe and healthy environment.
  • The ability to work in conjunction with others and to run a weekly Scout meeting.
  • Lead the Scouts by following the Cub Scout curriculum.
  • Responsible for keeping of all records (advancement, attendance and timesheets).
  • Submit weekly attendance sheets and monthly advancement forms (via Scoutbook).
  • Occasional off-site opportunities for activities and events (as necessary).
  • Wear the Scout uniform at all Scout meetings, activities and events.

Application Deadline: N\A

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Posting Date: 08/21/2019
Position: Senior Planner
Company: Chattanooga-Hamilton County Regional Planning Agency

This position is in the COMMUNITY PLANNING & DESIGN DIVISION  of the Regional Planning Association.

Incumbents in this classification are responsible for providing professional expertise in all aspects of the planning and development process, including policy formulation, neighborhood planning, transportation planning, land use and redevelopment.  Duties include developing long-range plans to comply with federal guidelines; administering local zoning; conducting research and analyses; and performing long-range projects related to neighborhood planning, transportation planning, land use and urban redevelopment. Work requires limited supervision and the use of independent judgment and discretion.   

Application Deadline: Fri. 09/13/19 11:59 PM Eastern Time

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Posting Date: 08/22/2019
Position: Data Operations Coordinator
Company: The NOVA

The NOVA Data Operations Coordinator will initially be responsible for working with the Lead Data Operations Volunteer to develop form processing methods for scanning, redacting and loading into the Blocks system all of the VR forms, as well scanning and saving all VR and VBM forms so that they can be used to enter the data needed for GOTV and Research. The Coordinator will attend Blocks online webinars. The Coordinator will perform all of the form processing while the volume of incoming forms is low but will eventually begin to train and supervise volunteers to assist with this task. The Coordinator will also pick up forms from the drop-off locations and deliver them to the Board of Elections. This is a 20 hour per week position.

The Coordinator will supervise the data operations volunteers as follows:

  • Oversee the data collection, processing and data entry functions of NOVA’s voter registration and GOTV activities. This will include recruiting, scheduling, assigning tasks, supervising, and monitoring the work product of the data collection, processing and data entry volunteers.
  • Collaborate with other local agencies to provide NOVA data processing and data entry for registrations collected by other agencies.
  • Interact with Ohio Voice and any other funders who require documentation of NOVA registration efforts. Assure that scans, reports, etc. are provided in the appropriate format.
  • Interact with the NOVA Research and GOTV teams to assure that the data processing and data entry methods meet the needs of NOVA’s research and GOTV efforts, and to make changes as they arise.
  • As needed, assist with data processing and data entry.

Application Deadline: September 2nd, 2019

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Posting Date: 08/21/2019
Position: Development and Communications Coordinator
Company: Northeast Ohio Coalition For The Homeless

The Northeast Ohio Coalition for the Homeless is seeking an individual who supports our mission to end homelessness, has excellent technical writing skills, is highly detail-oriented, and can work effectively both individually and with a team. The individual should be trauma informed, respect self-determination, liberation praxis, and have the ability to work with targeted and disenfranchised populations.

The Development and Communications Coordinator will work with the Executive Director in an important support role implementing development and communications strategies to further NEOCH’s mission. The Development and Communications Coordinator is responsible for managing our communications with donors, members, and the broader community. They will also be responsible for coordination of fundraising activities. This includes development of major gift fundraising, facilitating fundraising events, managing our donor database and development communications strategy including our weekly newsletters, social media, in coordination with other members of the team to meet the fundraising and communications goals.

Application Deadline: August 23rd, 2019

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Posting Date: 08/09/2019
Position: Real Estate & Development Officer
Company: Department Of Port Control 

Under administrative direction, is responsible for planning and administering a specific project or program for a City Department. Serves as the administrative supervisor on projects or programs. Must be able to plan, assign and review activities of subordinate personnel as applicable. Monitor procedures utilized in program evaluation. Develops and secures commitments from other City departments and agencies to provide services to program participants. Provides technical assistance or review program policies and procedures. Maintains current information and oversees the preparation of project status reports. Prepares financial, narrative reports and program applications. Communicates project/program status and information to municipal officials and/or public and private entities. 

Application Deadline: N\A

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Posting Date: 08/09/2019
Position: Education Specialist
Company: Cuyahoga Recycles (Cuyahoga County Solid Waste District)

The Education Specialist position is responsible for developing and implementing environmental education programs for youth and adults in Cuyahoga County focused on teaching theprinciples of waste reduction, recycling and composting.

Youth / School / Educator Programs duties and responsibilities include:

  • Develop and implement solid waste and environmental education programming for children and educators. Implement or participate in special projects, events and collections.
  • Conduct engaging and educational environmental presentations for youth in a variety of settings such as classrooms, libraries and camps.
  • Prepare and distribute annual Mission Recycle newspaper and other handouts and materials to children, students, educators.
  • Develop and maintain relationships with school personnel, teachers and administrators. Maintain contact lists and regularly promote services offered through the education program.
  • Help schools implement sustainable waste reduction, recycling and composting programs and integrate, as appropriate, into presentations.
  • Promote the Recycling Container grant to schools, review applications and oversee grant awards.

Adult programs duties and responsibilities include:

  • Conduct engaging and educational waste reduction and recycling presentations for adults in various organizations and settings.
  • Conduct media interviews, including television appearances as needed.
  • Manage and execute the annual Master Recycler Program and manage MR volunteers.
  • Manage and execute the Compost Seminar and Bin Sale Program, order composting supplies for sale, update and distribute composting brochures.
  • Coordinate District participation in tabling events at environmental fairs and events in conjunction with other staff and volunteers. Participate in these events as needed.

Other duties include:

  • Answer calls to the recycling hotline and provide information and expertise.
  • Prepare and update applicable content for web site.
  • Track and report program metrics and prepare reports. 

Application Deadline: August 22nd, 2019

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Posting Date: 08/05/2019
Position: Executive Director of ARNOVA
Company: ARNOVA

Primary Role: 
Founded in 1971, The Association for Research on Nonprofit Organizations and Voluntary Action (ARNOVA) is a diverse community of scholars, educators, and practice leaders that strengthens the field of nonprofit and philanthropic research in order to improve civil society and human life. We bring together both theoretical and applied interests, helping scholars gain insight into the day-to-day concerns of organizations, while also providing nonprofit professionals with connections to research they can use to improve the work of their organizations and the quality of life for citizens and communities.  

As ARNOVA embarks on its 50th anniversary, the Executive Director will work closely with the Board of Directors to co-design the future of the organization in realizing its strategic goals and vision. The Executive Director will join a high-integrity, vibrant, diverse, inclusive, and growing community that creates conditions for success for its members and other stakeholders. The Executive Director will be committed to the vision, mission, and values of ARNOVA, enhancing the value of member experience while growing membership; developing external relationships to enhance contributions to knowledge, policy, and practice; and expanding organizational capacity to fulfill ARNOVA’s strategic priorities, vision, and mission. The Executive Director serves as chief executive officer of ARNOVA and is an ex-officio member of the Board of Directors, the Executive Committee, and all other ARNOVA committees.

The Executive Director will be hired through the HR system of Indiana University – Purdue University Indianapolis (IUPUI) and will report directly to the ARNOVA Board of Directors. Although ARNOVA is headquartered in Indianapolis, Indiana, remote work is an option. 

Application Deadline: N\A

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Posting Date: 07/25/2019
Position: Administrative Coordinator
Company: Greater Cleveland Habitat for Humanity

Greater Cleveland Habitat for Humanity’s Administrative Coordinator performs administrative duties for Administrative Departments. This is an entry level position which provides an excellent entrée into nonprofit administration from the ground up.

Responsibilities include:

  • Perform daily administrative tasks, including preparation of letters, reports, grant applications, and other administrative/coordination responsibilities as assigned.
  • Prepare and update charts, reports, spreadsheets and presentations for the Affordable Homeownership, Construction and Marketing and Development Departments.
  • Provide data entry, spread sheet creation, ledger review, word processing and other general support.
  • Conduct internet and library searches and conduct research and data investigations.
  • Prepare invoices for payment; organize and file paid invoices and compliance documents.
  • Work with the Volunteer Department on scheduling individual construction site volunteers.
  • Coordinate warranty work on partner family homes with Affordable Homeownership Department. 

Application Deadline: N/A

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Posting Date: 07/25/2019
Position: Sites Manager
Company: Willa Cather Foundation (WCF) 

The Willa Cather Foundation (WCF) seeks a highly-organized, technically skilled, and multi-talented candidate to fill a new Sites Manager position. The Sites Manager will ensure the short- and long-term maintenance, security, and safety of the Foundation’s facilities and grounds. These properties include the National Willa Cather Center (30,000 square feet); the Red Cloud Opera House (11,000 square feet); and nine sites on the National Register of Historic Places including Willa Cather’s Childhood Home (a National Historic Landmark), the Burlington Depot, the Farmers and Merchants Bank, the Cather Second Home, Pavelka Farmstead, J.L. Miner House, and three historic churches.

The Sites Manager is responsible for managing Facilities Assistants (currently two), engaging independent contractors, and overseeing contracted vendors. Managerial duties include training and evaluation of the Facilities Assistants, evaluating current procedures, and making improvements as needed to work more efficiently.

Application Deadline: August 26, 2019

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Posting Date: 07/22/2019
Position: Policy Advisor
Company: Ohio Senate Democratic Caucus

As Policy Advisor, the individual analyzes legislation and works to enact legislation and policies on behalf of the Senate Democratic Leader and all caucus members. The individual covers issues pending before the Ohio Senate and Ohio General Assembly as assigned and works with all caucus members and staff to advance our members’ legislative agendas. Occasional evening and weekend work is required as well as some travel. The individual’s responsibilities will be determined by the needs of the Democratic Caucus and directed by the Democratic Leader and Democratic Chief of Staff.

Application Deadline: July 26, 2019

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Posting Date: 07/22/2019
Position: Special Advisor to Senator Minority Leader Kenny Yuko
Company: Ohio Senate Democratic Caucus

The individual’s responsibilities will be determined by the needs of the Democratic Caucus and directed by Democratic Leader Yuko and the Democratic Chief of Staff. As Special Advisor, the individual works directly with the Senator and the Chief of Staff to coordinate the work of caucus staff with the Senator’s office/district staff.

Application Deadline: July 26, 2019

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Posting Date: 07/15/2019
Position: Brand Development Assistant
Company: Sustainable Community Associates (SCA)

Sustainable Community Associates (SCA) seeks a Brand Development Assistant for a part-time role beginning as soon as possible. This position requires someone with an up-beat, outgoing attitude looking to expand their knowledge of marketing and experience management. The Brand Development Assistant will work closely with the Development Assistant to develop and implement strategies to improve the lived experience of residents across three SCA properties and increase SCA’s online presence. This position requires an individual who enjoys interacting with a wide variety of people both online and in-person. Someone with strong organizational skills, a creative mind and the ability to work independently would perform well in this role.

The ideal candidate will demonstrate the following skills:

  • Familiarity with the G Suite including GMail, Google Calendar and Google Drive
  • Basic graphic design skills using the Adobe Creative Suite, Canva, or other personally preferred design program
  • Social media power user; specifically Facebook, Instagram and Pinterest
  • Strong writer with excellent conversation skills
  • Photography/photo styling skills a plus

Application Deadline: Open until filled

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Posting Date: 07/12/2019
Position: Grants Manager
Company: Center for Arts-Inspired Learning (CAL)

Center for Arts-Inspired Learning (CAL) is seeking a dynamic and innovative Grants Manager to manage local, national and select corporate grant proposals. CAL is a nonprofit arts education organization that ignites student learning, creativity, and success through the arts. For more than 65 years, CAL has provided multidisciplinary arts programming to area schools and community organizations. It also manages large-scale programs, such as ArtWorks, and a community center for the arts, Studio 105 at the Glenville Arts Campus. The Grants Manager works as part of a team to strengthen the organization’s position in the community through the application for and stewardship of all grants to realize annual and long-term goals of CAL. The Grants Manager reports to the Director of Development.

The Grants Manager is responsible for all aspects of raising support from foundations, corporations, and government sources requiring proposals for both unrestricted operating revenue and restricted projects. This position requires strategic thinking and the ability to manage and execute operational details. The Center for Arts-Inspired Learning is an office culture of high standards, frequent innovation, and collaborative teamwork.

Responsibilities 

  • Work with Director of Development and Executive Director to produce a sufficient number and quality of prospects and proposals for corporate, foundation, and government grants to meet and/or exceed annual goals. The CAL annual budget is $1,900,000 with approximately 50% from grants.
  • Develop and prioritize projects and proposals with CAL staff for programs that need support.
  • Develop and foster relationships with institutional funders and identify connections with staff, board, volunteers, donors that will ensure the cultivation of institutional funders.
  • Arrange for site visits and appointments for Executive Director and CAL Board with potential funders.
  • Provide stewardship for existing donors; maintain institutional donor profiles.
  • Research and identify prospective funding opportunities (locally, regionally & nationally).
  • Coordinate corporate campaign with Director of Development.
  • Write all proposals, reports, and other ancillary materials.
  • Work with CAL staff on program budgets.
  • Manage existing grants by: tracking grants; developing internal reporting systems; writing reports; maintaining excellent historical records; working with staff to ensure each project or program is meeting proposal goals and expectations.
  • Work with Director of Development to set, monitor and manage grants income goal.
  • Collaborate with Director of Finance to monitor grant spending.
  • Assist with other fundraising projects as requested.

Application Deadline: N/A

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Posting Date: 07/11/2019
Position: Community Wrap Around Assistant
Company: Burten, Bell, Carr Development, INC

Under the supervision of the Community Wraparound Site Coordinator, the Community Wrap Around Assistant will support Anton Grdina School and George Washington Carver STEM School administrators in implementing support programming for students and their families.

Under the direction of the Community Wraparound Director, the Community Wrap Around Assistant will support initiatives at Anton Grdina School and George Washington Carver STEM School related to attendance, behavior and core competencies. This includes but is not limited to activities that help to achieve school goals such as:

  • Attendance monitoring and tracking.
  • Positive based incentive programs.
  • Family and Community Engagement activities.
  • School uniform support.
  • Basic need provision (produce markets, food giveaways, winter coat distribution etc.)
  • Supporting school activities (assemblies, conferences, picture day etc.)
  • Monitoring scholars during before and after school programs.
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Application Deadline: N/A

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Posting Date: 07/11/2019
Position: Manager of Urban Forestry
Company: Western Reserve Land Conservancy

Western Reserve Land Conservancy provides the people of northeast Ohio with essential natural assets through land conservation and restoration. Headquartered in Moreland Hills, Ohio, we are the largest land conservancy in Ohio, employing over 40 people in offices throughout northern and eastern portions of the state. Our land conservation team has conserved more than 56,000 acres of natural area and working farms in 23 Ohio counties. 

The Manager of Urban Forestry (“Manager”) is responsible for leading the community forestry initiatives for Western Reserve Land Conservancy throughout northeast Ohio. This person is the primary source of forestry expertise for all of the Land Conservancy’s urban and community forestry projects. The Manager is responsible for coordinating the full range of activities required to implement targeted projects and will be expected to set annual goals, establish timelines and budgets, collaborate with internal staff and external partners, coordinate activities across teams and track progress and results. The Manager will also assist in grant writing, preparing reports and maintaining accurate records across multiple projects.

Responsibilities:

  • Lead planning for the Land Conservancy’s yearly urban tree planting projects, including site and species selection, planting plans and supplies
  • Develop and implement annual tree maintenance plans, including trimming/removal, fertilization and watering
  • Ensure database of Land Conservancy-planted trees is maintained and current
  • Manage relationships with tree planting partner organizations
  • Coordinate with Land Conservancy Development staff to ensure partner organizations have an excellent experience with planting projects
  • Manage oversight of seasonal tree crew and/or contractors related to planting site preparation and ongoing tree maintenance
  • Manage the acquisition of quality tree stock at best possible price and ensure trees are well maintained while in storage
  • Ensure urban forestry equipment is well maintained and securely stored when not in use

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Posting Date: 07/10/2019
Position: Marketing and Economic Development Coordinator (Metro West)
Company: Detroit Shoreway Community Development Organization (DSCDC)

The Marketing and Economic Development Coordinator will be responsible for the marketing and branding activities of the Metro West Community Development Organization and the neighborhoods, districts, and sub-neighborhoods the organization serves. The Coordinator will support and/or manage various event coordination, fundraising, and economic development activities.

Principal Responsibilities:

  • Coordinate marketing and branding for Metro West by managing the present branding strategy for the organization
  • Designing and drafting the Metro West Annual Report
  • Composing and managing existing communication platforms including publication of print and e-newsletters, promotional materials, social media, etc.
  • Managing content updates for the Metro West website Coordinating and managing marketing initiatives to raise community awareness (i.e. tours, signage, press releases)
  • Assist with the development of a comprehensive fund development strategy that includes but is not limited to sponsorships, fundraising events, membership, grant writing, advertisements, and annual campaigns
  • Arrange and manage Metro West's annual events and their logistics including day-of event, volunteer coordination, permitting, and budget management
  • Support Economic Development processes and activities as needed
  • Other duties as assigned

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Posting Date: 07/10/2019
Position: Community Engagement Coordinator (Metro West)
Company: Detroit Shoreway Community Development Organization (DSCDC)

The Community Organizer will be responsible for facilitating community-building initiatives to encourage improvement in the Clark-Fulton, Stockyard, and Brooklyn Centre neightbourhoods. The success of the organizer will depend heavily on the involvement of neightbourhood residents, stakeholders, and community instituions resulting in volunteer participation in program activities.

Position Responsibilities:

  • Build authentic relations with community residents and neighbourhood based institutions to increase collaboration, relationships, community building, and implementation of beneficial initiatives for service area
  • Encourage increased connectedness among neighbourhood residents
  • Promote opportunities for partnetship and collaboration across grassroots, community based nonprofit organizations and instituions
  • Connect residents and organizations to develop comprehensive community change
  • Promote public relations and outreach campaigns
  • Conduct door-knocking, flyering, and outreach campaigns
  • Other duties are assigned

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Posting Date: 07/05/2019
Position: Marketing and Leasing Associate
Company: Detroit Shoreway Community Development Organization (DSCDO)

The Marketing and Leasing Specialist is responsible for leasing all new and vacant housing units managed by Detroit Shoreway Community Development Organization.

Principal Responsibilites:

  • Developing resident relationships and delivering quality customer service to increase resident retention.
  • Develop and implement marketing plan including creative ways to lease units.
  • Leasing all new and vacant units in multi-family units.
  • Perform required time sensitive certifications for the organization’s LIHTC/HOME units.
  • Host open houses as needed, flyer, place ads in newspapers.
  • Maintain on-line ads.
  • Perform routine inspections and move in & out inspections on all housing units.
  • Follow up and return all inquiries from applicants.
  • Process rental applications, develop and maintain property waiting lists.
  • Deliver and post resident notices as needed.
  • Maintain a good key control system.
  • All other duties as assigned.

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Posting Date: 07/05/2019
Position: Housing Director
Company: Detroit Shoreway Community Development Organization (DSCDO)

The Housing Director is responsible for the oversight of existing housing programs as well as expanding opportunities to innovate and further increase access to affordable and middle market scattered site housing. This position requires the ability to work with many partners, both public and private, accomplish goals, work independently, and expand existing programming. This is the lead position overseeing a housing department serving the Detroit Shoreway, Cudell, and Edgewater neighborhoods in Cleveland, Ohio.

Principal Responsibilites:

  • Collaborate with residents of the Detroit Shoreway, Cudell, and Edgewater neighborhoods to improve housing
  • conditions.
  • Work with partners such as the Cuyahoga County Land Reutilization Corporation (CCLRC), Enterprise
  • Community Partners, and CHN Housing Partners to expand affordable housing and homeownership
  • opportunities.
  • Gather and maintain data regarding vacant lots and structures, tax delinquency, foreclosures, and sales information to be used for strategic planning purposes
  • Meet periodically with the Housing Committees of both the Cudell Improvement, Inc. and DSCDO Boards
  • Work with appropriate staff to meet annual Community Development Block Grant goals
  • Keep an up-to-date list of housing programs and loan products available to the residents of the Detroit
  • Shoreway, Cudell, and Edgewater Neighborhoods
  • Measure and track the effectiveness of each program in all three neighborhoods

Application Deadline: July 22, 2019

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Posting Date: 07/05/2019
Position: Development Coordinator
Company: Adoption Network Cleveland

Adoption Network Cleveland recognizes adoption as a complex, lifelong and intergenerational journey for all those whose lives are touched by it. Founded in 1988, Adoption Network Cleveland provides programs and services to connect and empower all members of the adoption triad (adoptees, birthparents and adoptive parents); adoptive, kinship and foster care families; youth in foster care; foster care alumni; siblings; and the professionals who serve them. Recognizing that a unified voice is a strong voice, Adoption Network Cleveland promotes community awareness and social change by advocating for progressive policies and openness in adoption and child welfare practice, policy and law.

Reporting to the Director of Development and Communications, the Development Coordinator is a key member of the development team. This position works closely with the Director and Development Specialist to ensure that development activities and programs run effectively and supports the efforts of the Board of Directors, its committees and staff. The Development Coordinator completes foundation research, prepares grant proposals and reports, plans and implements special events, and completes donor tracking and acknowledgements. This position manages the organization’s database, is responsible for preparing donor and gift reports for internal and external purposes, and ensures that all electronic and print records for individuals, corporations and foundations are complete and accurate. In partnership with the Development Specialist, completes annual solicitations and other donor stewardship activities. Under the direction of the Director, this position assists with communications, public relations and outreach for development activities, including direct mail, press releases, website updates, social networking, emails and newsletters and other special projects as needed.

Application Deadline: First consideration will be given to applications received by Friday, July 19, 2019. Open until filled.

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Posting Date: 07/03/2019
Position: Executive Director
Company: Bond Accountability Commission

The Bond Accountability Commission (“BAC”) is responsible for monitoring the construction and renovation program of the Cleveland Metropolitan School District. The Bond Accountability Commission is an independent, non-profit, all-volunteer organization appointed by the chair of the Cleveland Metropolitan School District's (“CMSD”) Board of Education in consultation with the Mayor of Cleveland.

To meet the responsibilities of the Commission, the Executive Director is required to monitor, review, assess, and report on the use of funds and construction progress of CMSD.

  • Gather quantitative and qualitative information from various sources to ensure clear understanding of the implementation progress, spending and any revisions to the Facilities Master Plan.
  • Review the design, engineering, contract bidding and awards, procurement, and construction of projects funded by voter-approved Issue 14 and Issue 4.
  • Communicate findings to the community, including holding four public meetings annually.
  • Provide regular reporting to the Board of Commissioners and an annual report to the community

Applicaton Deadline: N/A

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Posting Date: 07/02/2019
Position: Resource Protection Technician
Company: Lake County Soil and Water Conservation District (SWCD) 

Tinker’s Creek Watershed Partners (TCWP) is a non-profit, 501(c)(3) watershed organization officially established in 2006. Our mission is to protect and restore water quality and habitats of the Tinker’s Creek watershed through community partnerships. The Tinker’s Creek watershed drains 96.4 square miles and is the largest tributary to the Cuyahoga River. The watershed area spans 24 communities in Cuyahoga, Summit, Portage and Geauga counties.

Together with our partners, the Lake County Soil and Water Conservation District (SWCD) recognizes the importance of maintaining water quality throughout Northern Ohio. We also believe in educating the public and regional leaders to support behavioral changes that positively affect our water resources. The Northern Ohio Watershed Corps (NOWCorps) works with watershed groups, soil and water conservation districts, city and county government offices, and other conservation nonprofits to facilitate outreach, education, capacity building, environmental stewardship, and stormwater management.

Skills and Qualifications: Must have a high school diploma or GED. Must have a valid driver's license, be insured, obtain “drive other car” insurance (no expense to member), and have own transportation; mileage will be reimbursed for service-related travel. Must have or be pursuing a college degree or equivalent education in education, tourism, economic development, biology, natural resources, planning, marketing, or similar. Must be self-motivated and able to work independently and in a team. Experience working with volunteers preferred. Must possess good organizational and communication skills and be capable of working with little supervision. Usual hours of service will be M-F during regular office hours of 7:30am-4:00pm. The ability to serve flexible hours, including some evenings and weekends, is needed. Hours may fluctuate, increase or decrease, in consideration of seasonal changes such as inclement weather or other extended activities. Must be able to work in various field conditions including in inclement weather. Must be able to carry 27lbs and traverse steep terrain by foot in varying weather conditions.

Application Deadline: July 31, 2019

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Posting Date: 07/02/2019
Position: Heritage Home Program Assistant
Company: Cleveland Restoration Society

The Cleveland Restoration Society is seeking a full-time entry-level professional to assist in the Heritage Home Program. Applicant must demonstrate the following:

  • Exceptional customer service and enjoyment working with the public both in person and on the phone
  • Ability to handle a high volume, fast paced environment
  • Technological skill with CRM software, Microsoft Office Suite -Outlook, Word, Excel, PowerPoint - printers, cameras, projectors
  • Excellent time management and resourcefulness
  • Clear communication
  • Education or experience in nonprofit organizations and historic preservation field preferred, but not required  

Application Deadline: July 19, 2019

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Posting Date: 07/02/2019
Position: Cleveland Restoration Society Preservation Programs Assistants
Company: Cleveland Restoration Society

The Cleveland Restoration Society is seeking a full-time entry-level professional to assist in its various programs including the Heritage Home Program and Preservation Services. Applicants must demonstrate the following:

  • Exceptional customer service and enjoyment working with the public both in person and on the phone
  • Ability to handle a high volume, fast paced environment
  • Technological skill with CRM software, Microsoft Office Suite – Outlook, Word, Excel, PowerPoint – printers, cameras, projectors
  • Excellent time management and resourcefulness
  • Clear communication
  • Education or experience in nonprofit organizations, African-American history, or historic preservation field preferred, but not required

Application Deadline: July 19, 2019

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Posting Date: 06/27/2019
Position: Planning Technician
Company: City of Reno

Are you interested in Planning and Development and the chance to put your thumbprint on the development of our community? Do you have experience in permit review and are an ace at analyzing, interpreting and accurately checking building plans and specifications? You may be the person we are looking for, especially if you are a great team player, can manage multiple tasks simultaneously and are able to communicate effectively and build interpersonal relationships with internal and external customers. 

There is currently one (1) position available in the Planning Division of the Community Development Department and this will establish a list for future vacancies. This is an open competitive recruitment for all qualified individuals for this Civil Service position. Under general supervision, performs a variety of technical planning functions supporting the review and approval of building permit documents and planning cases; responds to questions and inquiries from the general public regarding planning policies and regulations.

Application Deadline: July 12, 2019

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Posting Date: 06/27/2019
Position: Planning Manager
Company: City of Reno

The City of Reno has an exciting and challenging opportunity for a highly experienced leader to fill the position of Planning Manager. The ideal candidate will possess experience in project management oversight and administration of various planning activities and operations in the public and private sectors. Excellent verbal and written communication skills are essential for developing/maintaining a professional collaborative working relationship with internal and external stakeholders. Additionally, this position may present to City Council, serve as staff on a variety of boards, commissions and committees as necessary. Experience working in the Reno and other northern Nevada communities is desired.

The following duties are typical for this classification. Incumbents may not perform all of the listed duties and/or may be required to perform additional or different duties from those set forth below to address business needs and changing business practices. Coordinate the organization, staffing, and operational activities for professional planning activities and operations supporting City policies and implementation of the Master Plan. Participate in the development and implementation of goals, objectives, policies, and priorities; recommend and implement resulting policies and procedures. Identify opportunities for improving service delivery methods and procedures; identify resource needs; review with appropriate management staff; implement improvements.

Application Deadline: July 9, 2019

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Posting Date: 06/27/2019
Position: Senior Planner 
Company: Teton County

Teton County is a gateway community to Grand Teton and Yellowstone National Parks, situated in a beautiful mountain resort environment with abundant wildlife and outdoor recreational opportunities. Our Comprehensive Plan emphasizes the responsibility we share as residents of the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem by identifying the three following common values of our community character: ecosystem stewardship, growth management, and quality of life. The Senior Planner position offers an exciting opportunity to protect and enhance our common values.

This is a professional level planner position reviewing complex development applications and coordinating comprehensive planning projects affecting land use, development, and technical regulations. The ideal candidate is a team player who has strong technical writing and public speaking skills. Previous experience with resort planning is a plus.

Application Deadline: July 16, 2019

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Posting Date: 06/25/2019
Position: Transportation Planner Coordinator 
Company: The Maryland-National Capital Park and Planning Commission

The Montgomery County Planning Department seeks an experienced and motivated transportation planner to serve as a leader in the regulatory and master plan teams of the Area 3 planning division. This is an opportunity to help shape Montgomery County for the 21st century by having a broad impact on the built environment while advocating for design excellence, adequate mobility infrastructure, and Vision Zero.

Ideal candidates must possess strong analytic capabilities and interest in all areas of transportation planning. Ideal candidates will have strong knowledge of transportation planning and traffic engineering standards and operations, the ability to read and interpret roadway design and land use plans, and experience analyzing or performing traffic studies. Strong oral and written communication skills, interest and ability to communicate directly with the public on technical transportation planning issues, ability to handle multiple projects effectively, and the ability to work successfully in a multi-disciplinary setting are required. 

Application Deadline: July 9, 2019

 

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Posting Date: 06/25/2019
Position: Planner Coordinator 
Company: The Maryland-National Capital Park and Planning Commission
Department: Area 2 (MC)

The Montgomery County Planning Department seeks an experienced urban planner to serve as a working leader/coordinator for designated urban and suburban projects, special studies, or master plans in the Area 2 planning division.

Tasks include reviewing, analyzing, and making recommendations on applications for development and rezoning; preparing urban design guidelines; and leading or participating in the preparation of comprehensive land use plans, particularly for plans that relate to multimodal transportation and Vision Zero. Successful candidates must apply knowledge of planning standards, codes, and plans to develop alternatives to resolve planning problems. Work entails serving as the project manager for comprehensive land use and transportation plans, interpretation of development plans, codes and regulations; preparation of staff reports; and public presentations.

Requires effective communication and negotiation skills. Experience with GIS, AutoCAD, Adobe Creative Suite and SketchUp software is preferred. The Planner Coordinator level requires a Master's degree in landscape architecture, planning, architecture, urban design or related field of study and three years of directly relevant experience.

Application Deadline: July 9, 2019

 

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Posting Date: 06/25/2019
Position: Planner Coordinator 
Company: The Maryland-National Capital Park and Planning Commission
Department: Area 1(MC)

The Montgomery County Planning Department in Silver Spring has an opening for a Master Planner/Planner Coordinator focusing on urban design and master plan coordination for Area This position provides an opportunity to shape the urban centers of Montgomery County, Maryland. The Master Planner/Planner Coordinator position for Area 1 will provide design review and analysis of the master plans, projects and special studies, including reviewing, analyzing and making recommendations on applications for development, design of building locations and public spaces, participation in comprehensive land use plans, streetscape design, urban design modeling and preparation of urban design guidelines. The Master Planner/Planner Coordinator position for Area 1 will serve as a working leader coordinator/project manager for designated projects and studies, including the Silver Spring Sector Plan. 

The ideal candidate will have outstanding analytical capabilities, design skills and a proven record of providing leadership and negotiating successfully for the highest quality for Montgomery County. The candidate should have a strong understanding of zoning, planning areas, community activity and development potential inside the beltway. This position requires extensive experience in project leadership and development coordination. The ideal candidate must also demonstrate excellent oral and written communication skills, and the ability to work directly with residents, developers, planners, architects, engineers, attorneys and public officials. Fieldwork and occasional evening meetings are required. Applicants called for an interview should bring a writing sample and be ready to discuss the regulatory process.

Application Deadline: July 9, 2019

 

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Posting Date: 06/20/2019
Position: Compliance Planner
Company: Licking County Government

Licking County Planning & Development is a great team of people that have the privilege of guiding a fast-growing central Ohio community in various facets of development, infrastructure, and quality-of-life.  Our staff consists of multiple planning professionals that have the opportunity to impact our community through housing programs, transportation planning, land use & environmental controls, and community planning.  We achieve results through a variety of short-term projects and long-term planning efforts. We currently have a new position open and welcome your interest in joining our talented team.

The ideal candidate will possess the following: excellent written & verbal communication skills (reports, regulations, note-taking, etc.); a cursory knowledge of construction and development terms, methods, and practices; the expertise to read and analyze construction, grading, survey, and architectural plans; the ability to maintain complete, accurate, and organized records; a broad knowledge of land planning principles and tools; and strong interpersonal skills with a respectful attitude for fostering relationships and compliance among contractors, engineers, and property owners. (See the job description for the full position summary.)

Application Deadline: July 31, 2019

 

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Posting Date: 06/20/2019
Position: Technical Study Director
Company: Licking County Government

The LCATS Technical Study Director is responsible for the LCATS, MPO for Newark urbanized area operation.  Assures compliance with federal and state transportation planning requirements. Oversees the completion of complex transportation plans, studies and efforts.

The Technical Study Director is a management-level position with a significant degree of responsibility and technical expertise. As part of our team the Technical Study Director is responsible for the day-to-day operations of the Licking County Area Transportation Study (LCATS), the Metropolitan Planning Organization for the Newark urbanized area, under the direction of the Executive Director. This position oversees a staff of transportation planners and works to assure compliance with federal and state transportation planning requirements and the completion of complex plans, studies, funding programs, and planning efforts including: the Transportation Improvement Program (TIP), Long Range Transportation Plan, Safety Program, Travel Demand Forecast Model (TDFM), GIS Data, Traffic Count Program, and the Unified Planning Work Program. (See the job description for the full position summary.)

Application Deadline: July 31, 2019

 

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Posting Date: 06/18/2019
Position: Operations Assistant
Company: After-School All-Stars

After-School All-Stars is currently seeking an Operations Assistant to help support the offices of the Cleveland chapter. The responsibilities will include: office management, support of operations, and human resources-related special projects.

Responsibilities:

Office Management

  • Maintenance of general office: maintain and order supplies; maintain a well-organized, stocked supply cabinet, maintain and coordinate supplies/service for copy machine, and computers; work with Program Coordinator to coordinate supply orders for school sites; maintain and organize storage areas; manage office subscriptions.
  • Coordinate mail and shipping for main office
  • HR: maintain emergency contact information for Cleveland staff.
  • Remind and ensure Program Coordinators and Site Coordinators have tracked hours for their part-time staff and interns.
  • Process all data related to new hires and terminations including comprehensive background checks for all employees.
  • Contribute to the ASAS Cleveland social media pages
  • Support the ED and Program Coordinators with scheduling training, ordering supplies for training, employee recruiting, and monitoring Safe Schools training.

Application Deadline: N/A

 

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Posting Date: 06/18/2019
Position: Senior Planner 
Company: The Chattanooga-Hamilton County Regional Planning Agency (RPA)

 

 

The Chattanooga-Hamilton County Regional Planning Agency (RPA) is seeking to fill a Senior Planner/Planner 2 position in the Community Planning & Design Division. Incumbents in this classification are responsible for providing professional expertise in all aspects of the planning and development process, including policy formulation, neighborhood planning, transportation planning, land use and redevelopment. Duties include developing long-range plans to comply with federal guidelines; administering local zoning; conducting research and analyses; and performing long-range projects related to neighborhood planning, transportation planning, land use and urban redevelopment. Work requires limited supervision and the use of independent judgment and discretion.

Application Deadline: Applications and resumes will be accepted until 07/05/2019.

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Posting Date: 06/10/2019
Position: Field Jobs
Company: United States Census Bureau

The Census Bureau conducts continuous surveys to supply the nation with important statistics on people, places and our economy. Our Regional Offices are responsible for hiring and supervising the Census Bureau's field workers. Local field workers know their communities best and are instrumental in conducting surveys with residents on a variety of topics. 

Application Deadline: The deadline varies based upon the position.

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Posting Date: 06/10/2019
Position: 2020 Census Jobs
Company: United States Census Bureau

Did you know that the U.S. Census Bureau is hiring temporary employees for the 2020 Census? Our jobs offer weekly pay, competitive pay rates, flexible hours, and paid training. By joining the 2020 Census team, you can support your community while getting paid to do it.

The Census Bureau is hiring for a variety of temporary jobs, including census takers, recruiting assistants, office staff, and supervisory staff. To be eligible, you must be at least 18 years old, have a valid Social Security number, and be a U.S. citizen.

Application Deadline: N/A

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Posting Date: 06/04/2019
Position: Planner
Company: The Borough of State College, Pennsylvania

The Planner has primary responsibility for the development and preparation of plans and reports as well as GIS support for the department. Coordinates activities which will lead to the implementation of these plans, with focus on areas of redevelopment, housing and historic preservation. Aids various authorities, boards and commissions. Work is performed under general supervision with a great deal of latitude for the use of initiative and independent judgment based on professional education and previous experience. The Planner works with a high-performing, cross-disciplinary team, with opportunities to significantly impact the future of State College.

Application Deadline: July 31st, 2019.

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Posting Date: 06/04/2019
Position: Project Manager
Company: GBX Group

The Project Manager will be responsible for the overall project management of assigned GBX Group tax asset, real estate investment, and/or IT projects. This role coordinates people, projects, and processes, maintains project timelines, manages documentation, and addresses critical issues to advance project objectives and meet overall Company investment goals. The Project Manager must be an analytical and creative thinker, able to successfully manage multiple projects to timely completion. This role will be a member of the Project Management team, work closely with the Finance, Legal, Development, Underwriting, and Asset Management teams, and will be the main point of contact with developer partners, consultants, and historic organizations.

GBX Group is an innovative, entrepreneurial organization. Working with our investors, we are dedicated to the revitalization of historic real estate properties in some of the greatest cities in the US. Our culture is unique and very important to us. We challenge one another, work hard and truly enjoy how our work makes a difference to people in the communities we serve. We are looking for someone who is smart, driven and passionate about being part of a team that makes a real impact to join GBX as our Project Manager.

Application Deadline: N/A.

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Posting Date: 05/28/2019
Position: AmeriCorps Member
Company: Ohio History Connection

Responsibilities:

The Ohio History Connection is now accepting applications for AmeriCorps Members to serve in the Ohio History Service Corps in 2019-2020!

Established in 2010, Ohio History Service Corps members provide service to Ohioans and their local history communities through collections management projects, strategic planning, historic site survey, programming, and other capacity-building initiatives. Members provide coaching, assistance, and help organizations become more effective and sustainable. With the assistance of Ohio History Service Corps members, organizations increase their knowledge of the public history field’s standards and best practices by creating new programs, policies, and procedures that meet those standards. Members also assist communities take the first step in historic preservation through their completion of historic structure surveys.

There are 2 positions: 

Ohio History Service Corps – Local History
Members will assist local history organizations in building their capacity. Members may be responsible for activities such as the following: development and implementation of interpretive programs and exhibits; assistance with collections management and curation, including inventorying and cataloging; digitization of collections items for greater accessibility; conducting audience research and evaluation so organizations know who is visiting and what those visitors want from them; assisting organizations in refining their mission, vision, and governance, and providing training and assistance in volunteer recruitment management; training organizations' existing staff and volunteers in the best practices; developing and implementing workshops with field leaders on the above topics.

Ohio History Service Corps – Community Surveyor
Community Surveyor members are required to complete surveys of 100 historic properties to identify and record historic themes and buildings, focusing on the mid-20th century, from 1940-1970, historic properties associated with African-American history, women’s history and other under-represented groups. These surveys will provide new information about housing, subdivisions, public and commercial buildings and the work of area builders, developers and architects from the recent past. The survey work associated with under-represented groups will provide new information about historic properties associated with important individuals, groups, neighborhoods, and historic themes. Applicants need to have a bachelor’s degree in American History, Architecture, Architectural History, Historic Preservation or a related field.

Application Deadline: August 15, 2019, or until all positions are filled.

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Posting Date: 05/17/2019
Position: Manager - Community Development
Company: City of Euclid

Responsible for complex grant coordination and administration related to the daily operations of the U. S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) and HOME Investment Partnership Program (HOME) funded programs and other planning and development related grants. This includes preparation of grant applications, corresponding with HUD officials and other grant agencies, preparing and submitting the CDBG budgets, assuring all grant expenditures are in conformance with related regulations, preparing and monitoring contracts, preparing reports, documentation, forms, and memos required to obtain and maintain funding from HUD, coordinating and documenting citizen participation processes and meeting with auditors and providing reconciled documentation for all grant related expenditures. Administers various grants and other special projects and performs related planning, development and administrative activities as needed. Works under the supervision of the Director of Planning and Development.

Application Deadline: N/A

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Posting Date: 03/29/2019
Position: Summer Youth Associate
Company: Thea Bowman Center (TBC)

In our children's summer program that provides a safe place for children to grow and learn you will work with 2-3 other staffers as a team to: -Facilitate learning sessions with youth -Organize appropriate group activities by age -Monitor youth activities and encourage engagement and community -Supervise field trips and other outings -Engage with parents of assigned youth -Assist with program evaluation - survey forms and feedback from youth, parents, and staff

Application Deadline: Friday, May 10, 2019

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Posting Date: 05/15/2019
Position: Fair Housing Administrator 
Company: City of Lorain Civil Service Commission

To assist the City of Lorain and its Fair Housing Board with the referral of complaints and in conducting community education, and outreach activities pertaining to Fair housing. 

Application Deadline: December 31st, 2019 (Accepted on a continuous basis or until the position is filled)

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Posting Date: 05/15/2019
Position: Neighborhood Development Specialist
Company: City of Lorain Civil Service Commission

The nature of the work performed requires that an employee in this class establish and maintain close cooperative working relationships with applicants, contractors and subcontractors, investors, and other departmental personnel. The Neighborhood Development Specialist also serves as the City's liaison for diversity activities to include assisting the Fair Housing Administrator.

Application Deadline: December 31st, 2019 (Accepted on a continuous basis or until the position is filled)

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Posting Date: 03/29/2019
Position: Data Coordinator
Company: The Hunger Network of Greater Cleveland (HNGC)

This position is coordinates data in a way to help the HNGC make better business decisions. This position collects data to analyze business functions and efficiencies. The key responsibilities of the Data Coordinator are as follows:

General Responsibilities

  • Assists Finance Manager and other key staff to determine monthly allocation amounts to HNGC pantries and hot meals; works with Finance Manager and external Accountant to make adjustments and reconciliations as needed.
  • Tracks all invoices and receipts related to government contracts; analyzes spending patterns.
  • Issues invoices to hunger centers as needed and tracks payments on balances due.
  • Sorts and organizes data; analyzes for quality improvement purposes.
  • Designs and maintains an orderly grant and contract filing system; prepares data updates for Development team.
  • Works with key staff to compile service and compliance data related to contracts and grants; generates reports, spreadsheets, and graphics; prepares data for presentations and meetings.
  • Ensures compliance with government contract requirements; prepares and submits reports as required; helps troubleshoot issues with pantry and hot meal managers as needed.
  • Supports HNGC events as required with some weekends and evenings.
  • Provides administrative support to management as needed; assist staff with data entry as needed.

Application Deadline: N/A

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Posting Date: 03/21/2019
Position: Director of Property Management
Company: Detroit Shoreway Community Development Organization

Detroit Shoreway Community Development Organization (DSCDO) owns and manages a portfolio consisting of 16 buildings containing 339 residential units and approximately 50,000 sq.ft. of commercial area.  Financing for development and rehabilitation of the buildings in the portfolio includes low income and historic tax credits and various other affordable housing financing programs. The director of property management is responsible for the property management, compliance, service coordination, and maintenance of the portfolio, and for supervision and management of personnel.  This position will also focus on the long-term sustainability of DSCDO’s g portfolio, and will include significant interaction and involvement with the Accounting and Real Estate Development Departments.

Application Deadline: N/A

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Posting Date: 02/14/2019
Position: 
Construction Inspector
Company: Cleveland Metroparks

The Construction Inspector provides services in support of the Director of Construction, associated Divisions, and other departments by field monitoring construction activities of capital improvement projects and advancing assigned projects, relationships, and priorities producing desired and actionable results in support of Cleveland Metropark's mission.

  • Field observes construction activities on capital improvement projects: Documents and prepares daily reports on work completed by contractor; ensures construction techniques and materials satisfy requirements and intent of project drawings and specification; assures construction activities and materials comply with Park District policies; reviews general progress of project and specific construction operations as directed; participates in project meetings providing insight to project specifics and progress; performs measurements and prepares notes pertaining to actual field conditions.
  • Acts as a representative of operations to the public, community groups, industry professionals, and other appropriate agencies to provide information concerning park district operations.
  • Assists the Director of Construction and associated Divisions by assuming project assignments and performing various operations functions.
  • Performs related duties as assigned or apparent.

Application Deadline: N/A

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Posting Date: 01/24/2019
Position: Development Coordinator
Company: CHN Housing Partners

Development Coordinator will report to the Director of Real Estate and work collaboratively with the Project Managers in the Development Department to successfully manage development activities on commercial, single family and or multifamily construction projects. In this role, the Development Coordinator will work on administrative tasks to help move projects through the development process. The Development Coordinator will support the Project Manager’s in the Development Department through assisting on administrative tasks such as applications, closings, draw coordination, managing 3rd party consultants, closing out projects with funders, and other duties as are helpful. The position must facilitate positive relationships with other CHN departments, outside agencies, and the community to ensure successful project coordination.

Application Deadline: N/A 

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Posting Date: 12/14/2018
Position: Data Analyst
Company: University of Minnesota Institute for Social Research & Data Innovation

We seek one or more data analysts to join our diverse team of research and information technology professionals. We are looking for smart, technically-minded people who enjoy working with data.

Data analysts may work across IPUMS data collections, but current openings are for work on IPUMS Health Surveys and IPUMS CPS. IPUMS Health Surveys (https://www.ipums.org/healthsurveys.shtml) makes the country’s leading sources of information on population health, the National Health Interview Survey, and health expenditures, the Medical Expenditure Panel Survey, more easily accessible. IPUMS CPS (https://cps.ipums.org/cps/) delivers monthly data from the Current Population Survey to the research community. CPS is the official source of information about labor force participation in the United States and contains data on a variety of supplemental topics.

As with all IPUMS projects, the signature activity is the integration of discrete datasets into a single consistently coded and documented series that enables comparative analyses over time. IPUMS projects share common methods and infrastructure while each has its unique challenges and timelines of deliverables. The environment is highly collaborative, and you will work closely with research scientists, data analysts, student research assistants, and software developers. We are constantly pushing the boundaries of data processing and dissemination methods, and there is considerable opportunity for initiative and creativity by all members of the research staff.

Application Deadline: N/A

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Posting Date: 11/13/2018
Position: Associate or Full Professor of Demography/Population Studies
Company: University of Minnesota

The University of Minnesota invites applications for a full-time faculty member at the Associate or Full Professor level with interests in demography and population studies who can actively and innovatively advance the missions of the University, the Minnesota Population Center (MPC), and its affiliated colleges and academic units. This is an open-discipline/area search. The tenure home will be determined based on the candidate’s background/interests, in consultation with the appropriate colleges and academic units, and in accordance with University policy. One-half of teaching and service obligations will be fulfilled in MPC as part of the population studies program.

Application Deadline: N/A

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Posting Date: 10/23/2018
Position: Land Use Program Manager
Company: National Association of Home Builders (NAHB)

NAHB seeks a Land Use Program Manager with demonstrated experience and interest in state and local land use policy issues. The candidate will advocate for reasonable and effective land use policies affecting the home building industry at the local, state and federal levels. This involves policy analysis and providing technical assistance to members and affiliated builder associations on a diverse range of issues, including the development approval process, infrastructure finance, housing affordability, site planning and community design.

The candidate should have excellent writing and verbal skills, be able to multitask and be a team player in a small department with national visibility. Master’s degree in Land Use Planning or related field, or equivalent in education and experience is required.

Application Deadline: N/A

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Posting Date: 06/25/2019
Position: Real Estate and Development Specialist 
Company: The Maryland-National Capital Park and Planning Commission

For over 90 years, The Maryland-National Capital Park and Planning Commission (M-NCPPC) has enjoyed a national reputation for excellence in planning and, today, serves the culturally diverse populations of Montgomery and Prince George's Counties on the border of Washington, D.C. The Montgomery County Planning Department, part of M-NCPPC, provides county-wide planning functions including long range planning as well as reviews of development applications in a diverse built environment of downtown urban districts, suburban communities and agricultural areas. 

The Research and Special Projects (R&SP) Division serves as a "think tank" on a broad range of issues affecting land use and the built environment. Our mission is to foster stewardship of Montgomery County's natural and built environment and its communities by understanding the past, examining current conditions and anticipating the future. 

R&SP seeks a Real Estate and Development Specialist to lead the Division's work providing comprehensive real estate market and financial analysis in support of master plans, development review and real estate economics research studies. The Real Estate and Development Specialist will work across divisions to help ensure that plans and policy recommendations are financially feasible and realistic given market conditions. He or she will serve as a resource to regulatory staff in evaluating the financial feasibility projects under development review. This position is an opportunity to work on an exciting range of projects, including original research, in a dynamic public planning agency and serve as an important subject matter expert.

Application Deadline: July 1, 2019

 

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Posting Date: 06/13/2019
Position: Coordinator – Housing
Company: City of Euclid

 

 

Provide customer service, administrative and clerical services such as data input, filing, recording and copying documents needed to assist the Housing staff in carrying out their responsibilities. Works as part of a team under the immediate supervision of the Housing Manager or his/her designee.

  • Provide customer service regarding inspection applications, fees and department procedures.
  • Receive and record Housing applications and route to appropriate staff; monitor status.
  • Update pertinent information and complaint data into the database.
  • Work with staff to provide excellent service, coordinating activity to balance workload.
  • Accept, record and deposit cash receipts.
  • Create and issue certificates.
  • Answer multi-line department phone, provide information and direct calls as needed.
  • Process internal paper flow related to department and division matters; scan files.
  • Prepare correspondence, mailings, requisitions and other reports.
  • Perform other related duties as required.

Application Deadline: Applications and resumes will be accepted until June 26, 2019. 

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Posting Date: 06/25/2019
Position: Planning Research Coordinator 
Company: The Maryland-National Capital Park and Planning Commission

For over 90 years, The Maryland-National Capital Park and Planning Commission (M-NCPPC) has enjoyed a national reputation for excellence in planning and, today, serves the culturally diverse populations of Montgomery and Prince George's Counties on the border of Washington, D.C. The Montgomery County Planning Department, part of M-NCPPC, provides county-wide planning functions including long range planning as well as reviews of development applications in a diverse built environment of downtown urban districts, suburban communities and agricultural areas. 

The Research and Special Projects Division (R&SP) is looking for an urban planning and policy researcher with extensive experience in data analysis, particularly using demographic, economic, housing, employment, and real estate data sources, to lead a range of applied research and special studies in support of land use planning policy initiatives. The ideal candidate must demonstrate strong writing skills and be able to communicate ideas through graphics and narrative to non-technical audiences. The Planning Research Coordinator will be responsible for identifying issues warranting further study, developing sound and creative methodological approaches, collecting and analyzing statistical and spatial data, and drafting reports and other written projects that present findings to non-technical audiences. The role will include collaboration with planning staff and other agency partners. One major initiative over the next year will be the update to the County's 30-year General Plan. This role will support the economic health theme by building on previous research to develop recommendations to enhance economic growth in the county. The candidate should also be a strong synthesizer of information across urban planning and policy disciplines to help the department break down silos and present comprehensive research that influences a wide range of internal and external audiences.

Application Deadline: June 26, 2019

 

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Posting Date: 06/05/2019
Position: Economist I
Company: The City of Akron

 

 

Definition

This is an entry level professional planning and research work position in urban economics.

An employee in this class conducts assigned economics research, analysis and reporting projects for incorporation to major planning policy and programs for the City's capital investment, capital budget, community development, urban renewal and comprehensive transportation planning responsibilities.

Works under the direction of a technical and administrative superior who has major program responsibility. Work is reviewed periodically and upon completion for adequacy and technical excellence of method and judgment.

Characteristic Work

Utilizes appropriate econometric and forecasting methodologies to analyze various data. Presents findings to appropriate City officials and committees. Gathers and performs preliminary analysis of economic data. Gathers data and compares mathematical models with statistical population forecasts and prepares reconciliations. Forecasts, monitors and reports on City revenues and other economic data. Performs fiscal feasibility studies and preliminary analysis of marketability and economic feasibility studies. Analyzes capital investment projects. Develops data gathering systems and assists in the preparation of analysis systems. Manages economic development projects under supervision of senior personnel. Prepares grant applications in consultation with the Grants Manager. Drives to meetings and trainings. Performs related work as required.

Application Deadline: June 21st, 2019 at 11:59 PM Eastern Time.

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Posting Date: 05/31/2019
Position: Division Manager- Street Maintenance
Company: City of Dayton (via the APWA Ohio Chapter's website)

The City of Dayton Department of Public Works is looking for a Division Manager – Street Maintenance. The incumbent is responsible for ensuring the efficient, reliable, and cost effective maintenance of streets, alleys, forestry, parks and playgrounds for the City of Dayton. Promote and coach excellence in customer service and service deliveries. The Division Manager – Street Management is responsible for the administration of all activities by Division of Street Maintenance personnel. This includes overseeing supervision of street and alley repairs, street sweeping, park grounds and playground equipment maintenance, forestry, mowing, along with snow and ice control programs. The incumbent directs the maintenance and repair of city streets, alleys and right-of-way areas. Participates in the examination of roadway surfaces to determine causes and estimates the extent of construction or maintenance required. Regularly monitors work crews to ensure street maintenance personnel are providing quality work and high productivity. Requisitions materials and ensures records of materials used are accurately maintained. Recommends the purchase of new equipment used in the various work activities. Manages and supervises snow and ice control program operations; implements various phases of snow operations based on weather events and conditions. Prepares and manages annual budget and programs budget to allocate resources to activities of work groups. Approves payroll edits, changes and overtime. Assist in establishing the City’s snow removal plan, street resurfacing plan and master street plan.

Application Deadline: Friday, June 21, 2019 at 4:30pm.

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Posting Date: 05/31/2019
Position: Arborist
Company: City of Dayton (via the APWA Ohio Chapter's website)

Plans, organizes and directs activities related to acquisition, planting, growing, maintenance, and removal of trees on City properties and rights of ways. Enforces the City's tree ordinances and tree care policies; performs field inventory; analyzes data and compiles reports; and prepares educational information on best practices for tree/shrub maintenance. Develops, writes, and administers new and improved plans, procedures, policies, objectives, short and long-term maintenance schedules, and planning programs. Directly supervises and may assist crews performing tree maintenance, pruning, removal, spraying and planting of City trees. Communicates with the public in order to resolve tree related concerns, problems, and complaints; responds to tree emergency activities resulting from weather events 24 hours a day, year round.

Application Deadline: June 17, 2019 at 11:59pm.

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Posting Date: 05/31/2019
Position: Executive Director
Company: Cleveland Transformation Alliance

The Cleveland Transformation Alliance is seeking an Executive Director who can bravely and effectively lead the organization into the future. This person will work closely with Mayor Jackson, his Chief of Education, and CTA’s full Board of Directors to lead the organization to sustainability, sound partnerships, and to be the most respected and trusted resource for school choice in the City of Cleveland.

The Executive Director will oversee the CTA team, including several consultants. The organization is in the process of contracting with a Fellow who will help lead the a strategic fund development planning process with the new Executive Director and Board members to expand the organization’s funding base in 2019 and beyond, and the Executive Director will explore partnerships that could leverage its impact and ensure its sustainability. The coming year will be a critical year for communications related to the Cleveland Plan, and the Executive Director must lead strategic communication efforts that are distributed across many vehicles, platforms, and partners.

To be successful in this role, the Executive Director will harness the talent and skills of CTA Board members and, by extension, generate ownership of the mission throughout the community. The ideal candidate will bring a combination of successful non-profit, for-profit, civic leadership, and entrepreneurial experience, and demonstrated results working with a high-profile, issue-focused, mission-driven coalition. The Executive Director must deliver on expectations with timely reporting and quality products, but also drive the agenda beyond expectations through the thoughtful and creative engagement of CTA partners and the wider Cleveland community. This is a hands-on position for an Executive Director who is comfortable leading a high-visibility effort, but who understands the role of a convener and organizer who takes an active day-to-day role in all levels of the work, and leads by example, as well as oversight.

Application Deadline: A review of the applications will begin during the week of May 27, 2019.

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Posting Date: 05/30/2019
Position:  Performance Analysts
Company: The Ohio Auditor of State

 

 

The Ohio Auditor of State’s Ohio Performance Team is seeking highly qualified candidates for immediate hire into our internship program and for full-time positions as Performance Analysts.

We are looking for candidates who demonstrate excellent critical thinking and problem solving skills, as well as strong research and data/information synthesis capabilities. Generally, our candidates have a background in public administration or business, but this position is open to a range of degree programs. No prior experience with government is needed, but experience in process analysis or statistical analysis is preferred.

The nature of our work means that both interns and permanent employees have an opportunity to make a meaningful contribution to bettering government services in Ohio. Our department is team-based and highly collaborative, and offers opportunities for advancement and ongoing learning. Individuals have the opportunity to work with all levels of government (state and local) and be immersed in a variety of subject areas.

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Posting Date: 05/30/2019
Position: Neighborhood Services Coordinator
Company: Fairfax Renaissance Development Corporation

Plan, organize, and manage human service programs and events. Determine human services resource priorities. Effectively administer programs with a minimum of supervision. Applicant must have the ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with a divergent variety of community organizations including public and private agencies, health, volunteer and social services organizations, area schools and universities, churches, and residents. Prepare clear and concise staff reports, statistical records, and public informational material.

Application Deadline: N/A.

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Posting Date: 05/30/2019
Position: Greater Circle Living Program Coordinator
Company: Fairfax Renaissance Development Corporation

FairFax Renaissance Development Coorperation (FRDC) is seeking an organized, energetic individual to assist in the administration of the Greater Circle Living Program (GCL). GCL is an innovative employee housing assistance program geared toward anchor institutions and nonprofits in the Greater University Circle (GUC) area. The Program provides financial incentives for employees to live in the GUC area. FRDC is searching for an individual with a track record of operating in a fast paced environment with outstanding communication, organizational and customer service skills.

Application Deadline: N/A.

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Posting Date: 05/16/2019
Position: Acquisition & Development Coordinator
Company: Redwood Apartment Neighborhoods

  • Assist with monitoring task dates in Acquisition & Development software
  • Reach out regarding overdue tasks for reminders
  • Provide assistance where needed to Acquisition Managers, Civil Manager, and Planning Manager
  • Research and update historical data points regarding existing sites in Acquisition & Development software
  • Audit Acquisition & Development software data
  • Assist with Acquisition & Development software user training
  • Update Property Management Software with approved site Acquisition budgets
  • Assist with creation of Acquisition presentations and handouts
  • Maintain Google Earth points for existing/ potential sites
  • Assist with the collection and auditing of existing site files
  • Assist with SharePoint user training
  • Coordinate with Administrative Assistant team on scheduling meetings and events
  • General administrative tasks as assigned

Application Deadline: N/A

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Posting Date: 05/15/2019
Position: Zoning Analyst
Company: Pepper Pike

The Zoning Analyst will learn about such things as:

  • The specific zoning designation of the site, as established by the current municipal code.
  • The uses allowed under the zoning designation established by the zoning ordinance and whether the present use of the subject site is legally permitted.
  • The minimum yard or setback requirements and a review of the survey for compliance.
  • The building height requirement, whether by number of stories or actual height above ground level, and a review of the survey for compliance.
  • The bulk or density restrictions of the property, and a determination of compliance.
  • The formula for determining the minimum parking requirements, and a comparison of the required parking count to the actual site count.
  • Special circumstances to be considered would include: legal non-compliance of any of the above factors, the issuance of zoning compliance letters from the municipalities, the existence of variances, council minutes, and certificates of occupancy, building inspections and the effect of site plan approval.

Application Deadline: N/A

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Posting Date: 05/02/2019
Position: Graduate Support Manager
Company: Neighborhood Leadership Development Program

 

 

The Graduate Support Program provides support and resources to NLDP graduates to enhance the development of their leadership skills and expand networking opportunities to create positive change in the City of Cleveland. Reporting to the Program Director, the Graduate Support Manager is responsible for implementing all areas of the NLDP Graduate Support Program.

Application Deadline: Tuesday, May 28, 2019 by 5:00PM

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Posting Date: 04/18/2019
Position: Americorps VISTA volunteer
Company: Slavic Village Development

Responsibilities:

  • The VISTA will assist Slavic Village Development Staff on the engagement of stakeholders, and the convening of an Imperatives Working Group for the EcoDistrict Protocol. 
  • The VISTA Member will also work with residents on the housing counseling and outreach side to help our residents find resources so they can stay in their homes longer.  
  • VISTA will assist with outreach, marketing, recruiting and grant oversight in order to reach as many residents in need as possible.  
  • VISTA will work with our Neighborhood Development Officer to better connect SVD to our residents in order to maintain assets for individuals. This will be done through programs, community building events and gatherings. 

Application Deadline: Friday, May 3, 2019

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Posting Date: 04/17/2019
Position: Director of Advancement
Company: Old Brooklyn Community Development Corporation (OBCDC)

Responsibilities:

  • Assist in the development and execution of a comprehensive fund development strategy that includes but is not limited to foundation relations and grant writing, sponsorships, fundraising events, membership, advertising, donor relations, and annual campaigns
  • In conjunction with stakeholders, manage existing communication platforms to tell the story of the neighborhood in order to attract interest and investment including the Old Brooklyn News, e-newsletters, OldBrooklyn.com, promotional materials, social media, et cetera
  • Lead the process for development and execution of business innovations for the organization including but not limited to revenue modeling, social enterprise, and impact analysis
  • Manage the execution and analysis of special events to ensure impact and fiscal management
  • Build and maintain relationships with stakeholders, supporters, funders, and partners

Application Deadline: Monday, August 29, 2019 at 5:00pm

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Posting Date: 04/17/2019
Position: Community Engagement Coordinator
Company: Old Brooklyn Community Development Corporation (OBCDC)

Responsibilities:

  • Lead a comprehensive community engagement strategy that is sustainable, measureable, and committed to racial equity and inclusion
  • Support staff and program committees in the identification and cultivation of leaders across the neighborhood, and assist in developing and maintaining a positive vision for engagement
  • Act as facilitator to connect existing and future programs and partnerships
  • Build and maintain relationships with community-facing organizations and interest-based community partners; actively participate in related initiatives and partnerships
  • Provide assistance with existing funding streams for community projects
  • Assist in program assessment to measure growth towards identified performance goals
  • Coordinate and/or represent Old Brooklyn CDC at community meetings and events

Application Deadline: Monday, August 29, 2019 at 5:00pm

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Posting Date: 04/18/2019
Position: Research Assistant
Company: University Hospitals Rainbow Babies & Children's Hospital

Responsibilities:

University Hospitals of Cleveland, a leading health care system, has an immediate need for a Research Assistant. In this full-time contract role, the candidate will work with a team to coordinate research and community-based projects for the Center for Child Health and Policy at UH Rainbow Babies & Children's Hospital. This contract is projected to last 10 months at 40 hours / week.

Application Deadline: N/A

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Posting Date: 04/17/2019
Position: Summer Associate
Company: Old Brooklyn Community Development Corporation (OBCDC)

Responsibilities:

  • Set-up and logistics of the market
  • Ongoing surveying of market shoppers to assess their experience
  • Tracking data and market incentive programs, management of our information and resource tent and activities that take place in that area, as well as assisting with SNAP, EBT, and WIC transactions
  • Tracking and evaluation of data throughout the summer as well as anything else needed from the OBCDC Community Health and Marketing and Events Coordinators

Application Deadline: Monday, April 22, 2019

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Posting Date: 04/05/2019
Position: Summer Associate
Company: LakewoodAlive

The Summer Associate will also be working directly with our Community Engager. Engaging residents through door to door communications; Gather necessary documentation from clients so that they can apply for all available housing; programs that will ensure a healthy and safe environment while elevating their quality of life; The Associate will also work with the Engager to help plan and coordinate community; building events like a cook out at Madison Park for our Birdtown residents as well as Block Parties throughout the neighborhood; The Associate will also work with the Engager to share information with our Merchant partners in the neighborhood, to make sure that they are aware of the LakewoodAlive and our services.

Application Deadline: Monday, April 22, 2019

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Posting Date: 03/29/2019
Position: Summer Camp Associate
Company: City of Bedford Heights

Serve the Bedford School District community to ensure that youth have access to healthy and nutritious meals daily. Oversee an array of structured enrichment activities as part of the summer camp. Promote learning and self-development during the summer months. You'll be trained in best practices for academic, recreation, and nutrition services for school-age youth.

Application Deadline: Friday, May 10, 2019

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Posting Date: 03/29/2019
Position: Health and Wellness Summer Associate
Company: Youngstown City School District (YCSD)

The YCSD Health and Wellness Summer Associate will assist with maintenance of school gardens; assist Boy Scout Troop 55 in the construction of a hiking trail and outdoor classroom at P. Ross Berry Middle School and Martin Luther King Elementary School; assist with Mill Creek Park outdoor summer programming and field trips for YCSD students; and help with sustainability planning for the 2020 summer garden program.

Application Deadline: Wednesday, May 1, 2019

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Posting Date: 03/29/2019
Position: Warren Farmers Market Summer VISTA
Company: Trumbull Neighborhood Partnership (TNP)

The Warren Farmers Market Summer VISTA will work at the Warren Farmers Markets and within the community to promote and operate various incentive programs including but not limited to SNAP, WIC, and the Mercy Health Fruit and Vegetable Rx Program. The Summer VISTA will also spend time out in the community at various community meetings and social gatherings talking to residents about the market and the various events at the market that occur all summer long. The Warren Farmers Market Summer VISTA will also work closely with the GROW Program Director to develop and implement a survey that will help guide future programming and promotion of the Warren Farmers Markets.

Application Deadline: Wednesday, May 1, 2019

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Posting Date: 03/29/2019
Position: GROW Urban Agriculture Summer VISTA
Company: Trumbull Neighborhood Partnership (TNP)

The GROW Urban Agriculture Summer VISTA will attend community events and meetings to meet community leaders and learn more about their work and missions; communicate data from a number of locations; perform basic mapping using Google MyMaps; work within the gardens and at various community green spaces to better understand their goals and needs; conduct fundraising research.

Application Deadline: Wednesday, May 1, 2019

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Posting Date: 03/29/2019
Position: Summer Program Associate
Company: King Kennedy Community Center (KKCC)

The VISTA will be responsible for helping the staff plan, implement, and assess programs designed to build social, emotional and age-appropriate educational activities on topics such as suicide prevention and substance abuse prevention. The SA will collaborate with community partners to help develop programming, assist in seeking monetary and in-kind donations for program resources.The SA will also assist with breakfast and lunch daily; chaperone all field trips; help youth develop skills, teamwork and sportsmanship; assist staff monitor the safety and health of campers; assist youth with indoor and outdoor skill building activities; use group management skills to engage youth in daily activities; and act as a mentor to model effective personal communication skills and behaviors. The SA will communicate with parents, community partners, and other outside liaisons. They will assist with data entry and reporting. Must be proficient in basic computer programs such as Microsoft Office.

Application Deadline: Wednesday, May 1, 2019

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Posting Date: 03/29/2019
Position: Life Story Writer Summer Associate
Company: Jewish Family Services (JFS) of the Youngstown Area Jewish Federation

The Life Story Writer Summer Associate will work closely with a licensed social worker from JFS; meet with seniors and conduct interviews, draft interview transcripts, review with seniors for accuracy, and produce a final draft. Interview training is provided. The Life Story Writer Summer Associate will also help to create and conduct pre-, mid-, and post project assessments and plan an end of project event.

Application Deadline: Wednesday, May 1, 2019

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Posting Date: 03/29/2019
Position: Director of Programming & Development
Company: One South Euclid

One South Euclid is currently seeking an experienced and driven full-time Director of Programming & Development to oversee the organization’s commercial and residential development initiatives, community outreach efforts, meet and exceed fundraising goals, and streamline administrative tasks. Applicant will report directly to the Executive Committee and collaborate with the Project Committee and the City of South Euclid to achieve shared goals. Funding for this position was made possible through the generous support of The Cleveland Foundation

Application Deadline: Friday, April 5, 2019

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Posting Date: 03/27/2019
Position: Program Coach
Company: The Neighborhood Leadership Development Program of The Jack, Joseph and Morton Mandel Foundation

Reporting to the Program Director and Lead Coach, the Coach is responsible for providing individual coaching to participants and graduates and will carry out the following responsibilities.

The Program Coach:  

  • Provides individual coaching to assigned NLDP participants including one coaching session between each program curriculum session.
  • Provides coaching sessions to NLDP Graduates as requested.
  • Attends all sixteen Saturday NLDP group sessions and participates as appropriate.
  • Assists the Lead Coach in administering and reviewing the Kolb Learning Styles Inventory and the Korn Ferry Emotional and Social Competency Inventory.
  • Attends and provides feedback regarding the cohort at program internal debriefing sessions.
  • Advises the Lead Coach on the progress regarding assigned participants and provides data to lead coach for reporting purposes as requested.
  • Assists in any other areas of participation requested by NLDP.   

Application Deadline: Monday, April 22, 2019

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Posting Date: 03/21/2019
Position: Community Involvement Americorps VISTA Volunteer
Company: Detroit Shoreway Community Development Organization

In partnership with DSCDO’s Community Involvement Staff, the Community Involvement VISTA will work towards DSCDO’s goals through:

  • Participating with residents in ongoing dialogue around their vision for their community.
  • Support DSCDO staff who are in the process of implementing Southwest Plan projects and objectives (e.g. parks, greenspaces).
  • Building 1:1 relationships with resident leaders.
  • Working with Community Involvement staff, help generate volunteers to door knock the Southwest area to distribute information to residents.
  • Working with Community Involvement staff, research, experiment with and implement new community engagement techniques to increase the number of residents interacting with DSCDO.
  • Gain familiarity with job training and placement programs such as Hire Local and El Barrio Workforce Development Center.
  • Gain familiarity with asset building programs such as Community Financial Centers
  • Utilize metrics to track whether an increasing number of residents participate in programs.

Application Deadline: March 31, 2019

 

Posting Date: 03/19/2019
Position: Economic Development Planner
Company: The Northeast Ohio Four County Regional Planning and Development Organization (NEFCO)

Responsibilities:

  • Provide guidance to those NEFCO members interested in applying for EDA funding
  • With assistance from regional partners, take steps to implement the region’s Comprehensive Economic Development Strategy (CEDS), including disaster resiliency planning
  • Provide technical assistance to NEFCO members, economic development organizations, local governments and private entrepreneurs concerned with development planning
  • Inform NEFCO’s members and the region’s economic development practitioners of economic development funding opportunities
  • Prepare quarterly and/or annual progress and fiscal reports as required for the EDA grant
  • Meet with member local and county government economic development professionals to become familiar with their goals and challenges
  • Report monthly to NEFCO’s governing board
  • Hold meetings with the established technical advisory committee to receive guidance on the agency’s economic development planning work program and to discuss local and regional challenges and opportunities
  • With input from agency staff, organize articles for the quarterly agency newsletter

Application Deadline: Responses received will be reviewed during the week of April 1, 2019; resumes etc. will continue to be accepted after that date until the position is filled.   

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Posting Date: 03/15/2019
Position: Marketing and Events Coordinator
Company: Detroit Shoreway Community Development Organization (DSCDO)

Responsibilities:

  • In conjunction with the Marketing Committee and neighborhood stakeholders, develop a marketing strategy to tell the story of the neighborhood in order to attract interest and investment to Detroit Shoreway and the organization
  • Compose and manage existing communication platforms including publication of print and enewsletters, promotional materials, social media, et cetera
  • Manage media relations; create and distribute press releases as needed
  • Maintain the new Detroit Shoreway neighborhood website and manage content updates
  • Arrange and manage DSCDO’s annual events and their logistics including day-of event, volunteer coordination, and permitting
  • For all partner-led outside events, coordinate the ongoing execution and analysis of special events to ensure effectiveness, sound fiscal management, allocation of resources, and impact on the neighborhood
  • Conduct neighborhood tours.  Assist with the development of a comprehensive fund development strategy that includes but is not limited to sponsorships, fundraising events, membership, grant writing, advertisements, and annual campaigns
  • Carry out annual marketing plan for the DSCDO-owned Capitol Theatre in coordination with the theater operator
  • Coordinate marketing with the Gordon Square Arts District and maintain strategic relationships with community arts partners
  • Other duties as assigned

Application Deadline: Friday, March 29, 2019 at 5:00 PM

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Posting Date: 03/13/2019
Position: Census Bureau Temporary Worker jobs
Company: United States Census Bureau

The hiring of hundreds of thousands of temporary workers for the 2020 Census – often described as the nation’s largest civilian mobilization is now underway. The Census Bureau has already begun recruiting and hiring people to work on an important preliminary operation for the 2020 Census that begins in August.

The Census Bureau is working to fill thousands of positions nationwide in order to update this address list. As of March 4, more than 170,000 recruits had already completed job applications to qualify for temporary census jobs and more than 800 had been hired. More will be hired through the year for jobs in the spring and summer of 2020. That’s when census workers knock on doors to interview people who don’t respond to the census.

Application Deadline: N/A

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Posting Date: 03/06/2019
Position: Associate, Public Policy and External Affairs
Company: The Center for Community Solutions

Established in 1913, The Center for Community Solutions provides strategic leadership to improve health, social and economic conditions through nonpartisan research, analysis, communication and organization of community resources for action. More information is available at www.CommunitySolutions.com. Community Solutions has offices in Cleveland and Columbus. The Public Policy and External Affairs Associate position is located in the Columbus office.

General statement of responsibilities: The Public Policy and External Affairs Associate provides professional research, analysis and project organization and support with only general guidance and supervision

Essential job tasks include: using computers; writing; collection and analysis of data, trends, and ideas; planning; problem solving utilizing independent judgment and discretion; building relationships with members of community, professionals and decision makers; influencing opinions through verbal and written communications.

Application Deadline: April 12, 2019

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Posting Date: 02/21/2019
Position:
AmeriCorps VISTA
Company: MidTown Cleveland, Inc.

MidTown Cleveland, Inc. (MTC) is seeking a self-motivated, resourceful, and personable AmeriCorps*VISTA member to join our team. The MidTown VISTA will help sustain Cleveland’s renaissance and economic growth by creating access for Cleveland residents to job opportunities in a historically disadvantaged area in the urban core. The primary goal of MidTown’s Hire Local project is to expand economic opportunity by facilitating partnerships with employers, local service agencies, community groups and workforce development partners to support a community wide effort towards building pathways to meaningful career opportunities for the residents in MidTown.

The VISTA will expand on the Hire Local strategy and community organizing plan to empower area residents with social capital, expanding their networks to nearby opportunities and reducing their transportation burden. In conjunction with MTC’s Economic Development team, the VISTA will develop action plans to implement Hire Local pilot programs with select employers and build relationships with community members in MidTown and the surrounding neighborhoods. The VISTA will provide our organization with a clear path forward to operationalizing a Hire Local strategy. The desired end result is poverty reduction by empowering residents and expanding access to employment that offers meaningful career projection and wage growth within MidTown and the Health-Tech Corridor.

Application Deadline: Monday, April 1st 2019 or until the position is filled

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Posting Date: 02/21/2019
Position: Community Engagement and Marketing Manager
Company: MidTown Cleveland, Inc.

MidTown Cleveland, Inc. is seeking a dynamic and engaging individual to join our teamas a Community Engagement and Marketing (CEM) Manager. The CEM Manager will lead outreach efforts to meet, engage, and build equitable relationships with residents in and around MidTown, working with them to build a stronger community, assessing and developing tools for better communications and connection between MTC and its residents, and informing MidTown’s strategy around residential engagement and programming.

The CEM Manager will also lead MTC’s marketingand communications efforts, helping us towards our strategic goal of promoting a compelling story of a connected and complete MidTown neighborhood and transforming our diverse target audiences into active partners in our future. The CEM Manager will be responsible for deploying MTC’s “Town” brand throughout the community, creating compelling content for our website, social media, and e-newsletter, promoting MidTown and area events, and overseeing printed and online collateral and paid and earned media.

Application Deadline: N/A

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Posting Date: 02/21/2019
Position: Economic Development Associate and Industrial Development Manager
Company: MidTown Cleveland, Inc.

MidTown Cleveland, Inc. is seeking a motivated, goal-oriented and resourceful economic development professional to join our team. The Economic Development Associate will work with businesses from multiple sectors in the MidTown neighborhood and beyond in order to strengthen some of the top neighborhoods for economic growth in the city’s urban core. This position will also provide opportunities to work on other special projects related to economic development in the MidTown neighborhood.

Primary duties include conducting company assessments to identify and resolve company service needs, analyzing company information to identify economic trends, managing expansion or retention opportunities, and using a variety of resources to stimulate business and neighborhood investment and foster job creation. Sectors will include the traditional manufacturing base, emerging maker industries, health-tech and high-tech businesses and other professional services. The position includes a role with the City of Cleveland Industrial Retention Initiative (CIRI) Industrial Development Managerin Region 2, comprising the downtown, near east and near west sideof Cleveland. The CIRI program is coordinated by Manufacturing Works, a non-profit economic development organization dedicated to improving the community through supporting the growth of the manufacturing industry and its workforce.

The CIRI program is funded by the City of Cleveland’s Department of Economic Development with whom the associate will work closely on key projects. The CIRI Manager will be based in and report to MTC while being a part of and working with the Manufacturing Work steam of CIRI managers.

Application Deadline: N/A

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Posting Date: 02/19/2019
Position: Instructor of Political Science
Company: Eastern Illinois University

The Department of Political Science at Eastern Illinois University invites applicants for a non-tenure track position in Political Science at Eastern Illinois University. This department offers three undergraduate majors, including Political Science, an International Studies option, and a Civic and Nonprofit Leadership option. At the graduate level, the department offers an M.A. in Political Science and an online M.A. in Political Science with a Public Administration and Public Policy option.

Application Deadline:N/A

Application review begins March 6, 2019.

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Posting Date: 02/14/2019
Position: Office Assistant
Company: Cleveland Children’s Dyslexia Center

The Office Assistant reports directly to the Center Director and is responsible for providing administrative and secretarial support. Duties include reception services, file maintenance, and communication with parents verbally and with written correspondence. 

Application Deadline: N/A

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Posting Date: 02/14/2019
Position: Transportation and/or Environmental Planner
Company: Northeast Ohio Areawide Coordinating Agency (NOACA)

This position involves learning and applying mid-level planning skills to assigned tasks, under close supervision in an office environment. The Planner II is a mid-level position under direct supervision. The Planner II is responsible for applying the skills needed to perform assigned tasks and assisting other staff members with assigned tasks. The Planner II may work on transportation and/or environmental planning efforts, as assigned at the time of hire, in furtherance of the mission of the Northeast Ohio Areawide Coordinating Agency (NOACA) as a metropolitan planning organization (MPO) and areawide water quality management agency.

Application Deadline:N/A

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Posting Date: 02/08/2019
Position: Research Associate
Company: Team Neo

Responsibilities:

  • Assist with analytical work for active client projects with project team members. Provide data and presentation materials and actively participate in client presentations, as appropriate
  • Gather business and industry intelligence by utilizing a variety databases and tools (Economy.com, EMSI, Salary.com, Burning Glass, etc.)
  • Collect, organize, analyze & interpret a variety of data sets 
  • Familiarity with public data sources such (U.S. Census, BLS, IPEDS, etc.) 
  • Demonstrated competency with software packages and research tools such as spreadsheets (e.g. Excel), GIS/mapping (e.g. ArcGIS), and online data and information gathering tools (e.g. EMSI)
  • Assists in the development of targeted industry research strategies; help ensure effective integration of research function, learn research tools, best practices and collaborate as a team
  • Provides CRM System input and reporting (Salesforce skills preferred)
  • Proactively seek partner input/feedback as it relates to industry and research development 
  • Special projects as assigned

Application Deadline: Wednesday, February 20, 2019

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Posting Date: 1/29/2019
Position: Administrative Assistant II in the Division of Housing and Building
Company: City of Lakewood

This position will supervise and develop front desk staff employees. The successful incumbent will perform highly complex administrative functions in support of the Building Department and Building Commissioner. Will utilize principals of continuous process improvement to improve departmental efficiencies and manage office workflow. Must have knowledge of Web QA and Citizen Serve or be able to learn programs quickly. Will oversee projects and special assignments.  Must be able to interact with residents and contractors in a professional manner and handle inquiries. Will complete department fiscal functions including assisting with preparation and tracking of the budget. Must be able to address complaints and resolve problems. Administrative duties include formatting and typing letters, memos, charts, labels, reports or other on a computer and proofs correspondence and related documents of staff; types contracts, legal documents, grant applications, requests for proposal or other documents containing complex terminology; composes correspondence in accordance with standard policies; answers various inquiries; processes routine and non-routine matters independently; tracks statistics; generates and distributes reports; prepares agendas for and/or attends a variety of meetings and conferences; may attend public meetings during non-business hours; performs other related duties as assigned.

Salary: $42,686.79

Application Deadline: Monday February 11, 2019

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Posting Date: 01/23/2019
Position: Special Projects Manager
Company: Detroit Shoreway Community Development Organization and Cudell Improvement, Inc

The Special Projects Manager will provide management and oversight for urban planning, development and public infrastructure projects within the neighborhoods. The position will interface with entities and key stakeholders such as the Cleveland Metropolitan School District, Cleveland Metroparks and other public agencies. The position will also manage the Gordon Square Arts District-Cleveland Improvement Corporation.

Application Deadline: 01/21/19 

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Posting Date: 01/18/2019
Position:
Research Analyst 
Company: Ohio Housing Finance Agency

Responsibilities:

Plays central role within a small team to help execute & develop an overall research agenda, focused on policy relevant housing issues.

  • Assists in design & analysis of research projects
  • Conducts appropriate data collection & analysis, both qualitative or quantitative (e.g. uses available data bases; creates data bases as necessary, selects appropriate statistical & analytical tools)
  • Develops and maintains agency-specific statistical information
  • Assists with data quality processes to ensure accuracy & completeness of information & reports
  • Prepares statistical & narrative reports, policy briefs, strategic documents & other research products for use in policy & administrative decision - making
  • Documents findings accurately & accessibly in graphs, writing & public presentations
  • Provides research - related support to other Program Offices within the Ohio Housing Finance Agency
  • Assists in data visualization and data dissemination through summaries of research findings for blogs, policy briefs & online content.

Salary: $49,123.20 to $63,219.60

Application Deadline: 01/22/2019, 11:59PM

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Posting Date: 01/15/2019
Position: Tree Corps Crew Member
Company: The Holden Arboretum: Holden Forests & Gardens

Responsibilities:

  • Arrive on time with proper attire and tools. 
  • Attend and engage in all arboriculture trainings, whether in a classroom or an outside setting.
  • Plant, prune, mulch, and care for trees in the urban, suburban, and rural setting.
  • Occasionally work with volunteers in tree care projects.
  • Maintain a clean and organized work area, and provide proper and safe care for all tools.
  • Interact with residents, business owners, or tree care industry companies in a professional manner as opportunities arise.
  • Provide top quality tree care work with the knowledge gained and ask for support when a task is beyond expertise or ability.
  • Follow and enforce all safety guidelines.
  • Assist in special tree-related projects as requested. 
  • Other duties as assigned.

Application Deadline: 02/01/19 

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Posting Date: 01/09/2019
Position: Marketing and Communications Specialist
Company: Cleveland Community Police Commission

Duties:

  • Create and manage the "brand" of the CPC
  • Support the CPC's Community Outreach and Engagement Committee, the Policy and Procedure Assessment Committee and its work groups, and other committees
  • Maintain and manage the CPC Website, Twitter Account and Facebook Page and other Social Media
  • Produce written products such as reports, press releases and brochures that regularly pitch the work product, vision and mission of the CPC
  • Liaison with TV20 City Television production crews to review, edit and produce video media for the Commission
  • Build and maintain relationships with local media outlets and media personnel on behalf of the CPC.
  • Coordinate Commissioner interviews and messaging strategies

Application Deadline: 01/11/19 (11:59PM)

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Posting Date: 01/09/2019
Position: Senior Policy Analyst
Company: Cleveland Community Police Commission

Duties: 
 
Data Collection and Analysis:

  • Set up data collection systems;
  • Gather data and initiate data-driven solutions that will shape policy challenges that the Commission seeks to impact through its recommendations;
  • Contribute to the development of the Commission's open data website content and strategize with Executive Director and technical consultants on ways of using the web to promote policy goals;
  • Conduct research and short term projects at the request of the Executive Director and the Commission;
  • Monitor timelines, budgets and deadlines for key processes and deliverables.

Policy Recommendations:

  • Develop written products, including policy briefs, research memoranda, presentations, checklists, reports, and other resources/tools that concisely and clearly describe complex analyses and share best practices and innovations in the field, at the direction of the Executive Director and the Commission;
  • Partner with the Commission's Community Engagement Coordinator(s) to support efforts to share information about the Commission's work and the work of the City of Cleveland Division of Police.

Development of Strategic Initiatives:

  • Partner with senior staff to develop long range strategies to guide the Commission's approaches, tools, documents, and work product;
  • Implement strategy for advancing the Commission's policy goals with key decision-makers;
  • Monitor timelines, budgets, and deliverables to ensure that responsibilities to stakeholders are met in assigned project areas;
  • Work with Community, City and CDP stakeholders to identify areas of concern and recommendations for research and policy, enabling the Commission to identify and proactively address prevalent issues.

Development of Partnerships

  • Plan and participate in policy-focused meetings, town halls, symposia, and conferences of government officials, advocates, and national experts;
  • Attend meetings and events with high-level stakeholders;
  • Identify and engage new contacts in the field to serve as formal or informal project consultants or partners;
  • Collaborate with partners and the Commission's Community Engagement Coordinators to coordinate Commission engagements and document activities and accomplishments.

Application Deadline: 01/11/19 (11:59PM)

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Posting Date: 01/08/2019
Position: Climate Advisor- Columbus
Company: Natural Resources Defense Council, Inc.

NRDC is seeking a Climate Advisor to work with the City of Columbus as part of the American Cities Climate Challenge (ACCC). The American Cities Climate Challenge is an unprecedented opportunity for 20 ambitious cities to significantly deepen and accelerate their efforts to tackle climate change and promote a sustainable future for their residents. The Climate Advisor will work with city officials to assist with the execution of initiatives designed to advance carbon reductions through policies and programs focused primarily on building energy efficiency policy and renewable energy financing with potential to support transportation work.  The Climate Advisor will be part of a network of similar positions located in cities across the country to support these building, energy, and transportation initiatives and will therefore be engaged at the local, regional, and national levels to advance the city’s goals. The position will interface with key influencers and decision-makers within city government, the residential, commercial, and industrial building industry, building owners, utility companies, and other organizations in the community.  The Climate Advisor will be seconded to Office of Sustainability and will work closely with the Assistant Director of Sustainability.

Application Deadline: N/A

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Posting Date: 12/12/2018
Position: Sustainability Coordinator
Company: City of Shaker Heights

The City of Shaker Heights is seeking a Contract Employee to serve as the Sustainability Coordinator for a three-year period. Individuals with expertise in environmental sustainability, municipal operations, and organizational best practices are invited to submit proposals to support City Council’s Sustainable Shaker Committee and provide assistance in making recommendations for, and implementing, energy-efficiency and cost-saving initiatives, and to research and recommend best practices for City-wide sustainability.

Application Deadline: No later than 4:00pm on December 28, 2018

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Posting Date: 12/06/2018
Position: First-Time Homeownership Coordinator
Company: Detroit Shoreway Community Development Organization (DSCDO) and Metro West Community Development Organization

The First-Time Homeownership Coordinator is responsible for assisting families through the home buying process in conjunction with Detroit Shoreway and Metro West’s One and Two Family Housing Rehabilitation Program. This position is responsible for assisting families throughout the Detroit Shoreway, Edgewater, Cudell, Clark-Fulton, Stockyard, and Brooklyn Centre neighborhoods. This is a part-time position that will require 20 hours per week.

Application Deadline: N/A

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Posting Date: 12/06/2018
Position: Digital Literacy Coordinator
Company: Detroit Shoreway Community Development Organization (DSCDO) and Metro West Community Development Organization

Detroit Shoreway Community Development Organization (DSCDO) and Metro West Community Development Organization (Metro West) are seeking an experienced digital literacy instructor to conduct basic and advanced computing courses in two computer labs This full time position will be located out of the Gordon Square Arcade, 6516 Detroit Ave. and the Lin Omni Building, 3167 Fulton Rd.

Applicants should have experience in community-based technology training, including basic computer skills; basic Internet use, safety and security; and knowledgeable support for trainees in acquiring affordable computers and home Internet access. In addition, Internet Computing Core Certification (IC3) and/or Microsoft Certification are desired.

To perform this job successfully, an individual should have a working knowledge of MS Windows, especially Windows 7 & 10, Microsoft Office applications to include Word, Excel, Outlook, and PowerPoint, understand how to set up and use Gmail, and be comfortable browsing the internet.

Most importantly, the applicant must be community and customer-service oriented, and enjoy working with people of diverse backgrounds.

Application Deadline: December 28, 2018 at 5:00 PM

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Posting Date: 10/25/2018
Position: Program Officer
Company: Enterprise Community Partners

Childhood lead poisoning has reached crisis levels in the United States where an estimated 870,000 children have elevated blood lead levels. The numbers of children poisoned in Cleveland are about four times the national average. In a city where most housing was built prior to 1978, lead-based paint and lead dust in homes represent the most common sources of exposure. Childhood lead poisoning is a public health crisis with a housing solution.

The solution to creating lead safe homes in Cleveland must include sound, collaborative policy approaches as well as access to appropriate financing solutions and sustained, meaningful engagement of landlords. Using our expertise in policy, housing insecurity, and financing solutions, Enterprise is joining the effort to prevent lead poisoning and is seeking a savvy and policy-minded Program Officer to assist and guide the work. Enterprise’s Lead Poisoning Prevention Initiative will encompass convening support, technical assistance, financing solutions, and landlord engagement.

This dynamic individual should be a flexible and collaborative partner, team member, and leader. They will develop and actively maintain a diverse network of relationships. They will balance demanding policy and convening work with a powerful sense of commitment to community. They will thrive while working in collaborative partnerships to tackle Cleveland’s lead poisoning crisis. The Program Officer will report to the Director of State and Local Policy.

Application Deadline: N/A

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Posting Date: 10/25/2018
Position: Shoreline Development Analyst Coastal Program Analyst I or II
Company: San Francisco Bay Conservation and Development Commission (BCDC)

You’ll be responsible for reviewing proposals for development projects along the Bay shoreline. We are looking for a person who enjoys working across the table from accomplished builders, designers, engineers and environmentalists. You must be solution-oriented, flexible, self-driven and have the ability to change course, think big and start small, and thrive in a forward-thinking environment. The ability to interact well and fit into a small, highly motivated, multidisciplinary team that is working in a rapidly changing regulatory environment is essential. So is an appreciation for BCDC’s mandate to balance conservation and development of the Bay’s diverse resources

BCDC’s Shoreline Development Analyst has a rare opportunity to take ownership in the evaluation and analysis of shoreline development projects, so knowledge about California land use and environmental planning principles is highly advantageous. This role requires superior project management skills and close communication with permit applicants, consultants, project stakeholders, other government agencies and, of course, BCDC‘s regulatory and planning teams. You should be an effective and analytical problem solver with excellent writing and public speaking skills and the capacity to become a strong negotiator.

Application Deadline: N/A

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Posting Date: 10/23/2018
Position: Community Development Specialist
Company:  Licking County Planning & Development

Licking County Planning & Development is a great team of people that have the privilege of guiding a growing central Ohio community in various facets of development, infrastructure, and quality of life. Our team consists of multiple planning professionals that have the opportunity to impact our community through housing programs, transportation planning, land use & environmental controls, and community planning. We achieve results through a variety of shortterm projects and long-term planning efforts. We currently have a professional planning position open and welcome your interest in joining our talented team.

This position is primarily responsible for administering the county’s housing rehabilitation program (CHIP-Community Housing Impact and Preservation), Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) Program, and Fair Housing program. In addition, this position may assist with the securing, implementing, coordinating, or administering of various other local, state, or federal grant programs (i.e. Ohio Public Works-SCIP/LTIP, NRAC-Clean Ohio, etc.).

Application Deadline: N/A

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Posting Date: 10/23/2018
Position: Design and Construction Documents Management Assistant
Company: Cleveland State University Office of the University Architect

Design and construction documents management. Some amount of clerical and filing required. Maintaining and organizing Plans Room and Plotter Room documents.

Current MUPD students are encouraged to apply.

Application Deadline: Thursday, November 15, 2018

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Posting Date: 10/19/2018
Position: Fiscal and Policy Analyst
Company: Legislative Analyst's Office | The California Legislature's Nonpartisan Fiscal and Policy Advisor 

 The Fiscal and Policy Analyst's primary responsibility is to be the Legislative Analyst's Office expert in the policy area to which he or she is assigned. These assignments fall into one of the following general areas: state finance; local government; health; human services; K-12 education; higher education; transportation; resources and environmental protection; and criminal justice.

Application Deadline: Friday, December 21, 2018

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Posting Date: 10/16/2018
Position: Urban Designer
Company: City of Lakewood

The city of Lakewood is currently taking applications for the position of Urban Designer.  The successful incumbent will serve as a lead urban designer working on a wide variety of design projects focused on shaping the physical setting for life in the city. The position involves planning designing and collaborating on projects at a wide range of scales.  Examples of functions include: provide design support on a wide range of project types; collaborate with planners, architects, business owners, boards and commissions on projects being proposed; planning, designing and implementing exciting and unique pedestrian experiences, complete street, streetscape and transportation projects as well as vibrant parks and public space projects; create integrated, sustainable and memorable solutions to complex design and planning problems; integrate physical, social, economic, and regulatory factors into smart design; effectively communicate relevant issues and solutions through urban design. Works closely with Building Department team to implement strategies and designs for the second century of building and housing stock within the city. Pay grade 33: $51,669 – $72,874.

Application Deadline: Friday, November 2, 2018 at 4:00pm

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Posting Date: 10/12/2018
Position: SDOH Program Manager - Ebeid Neighborhood Promise - Full Time - Days
Company: PROMEDICA

ProMedica Ebeid Neighborhood Promise Program is looking for a SDOH Manager. The Manager, Ebeid Neighborhood Promise will be responsible for the implementation and operations of Ebeid Neighbood Promise in the UpTown neighborhood of Toledo, including providing oversight of internal staff to support the initiative.  In addition, the Manager will be responsible for assisting with the development of an innovative, sustainable and replicable national model for community development that improves community health outcomes by focusing on resident engagement and social determinants of health factors.Their efforts will be under the direction of the Director of the Social Determinants of Health, and in collaboration with LISC.

Application Deadline: N/A

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Posting Date: 10/08/2018
Position: PIRHL Development Project Manager
Company: PIRHL-Ohio

This seasoned professional will push each project through its critical path to closing, managing the review of due diligence and financial underwriting, the land entitlement process, design development, financial closing, as well as providing oversight during construction, and lease up. Projects will involve both the new construction of multifamily family and senior developments as well as the substantial rehabilitation of existing large scale apartment buildings.

Application Deadline: N/A

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Posting Date: 10/08/2018
Position: Development Coordinator
Company: PIRHL-Ohio

The Development Coordinator will provide key support to PIRHL’s real estate development operations team from project inception through pre-development, construction closing, construction completion and lease-up.

Application Deadline: N/A

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Posting Date: 10/01/2018
Position: Urban Erosion & Stormwater Specialist
Company: Lorain Soil & Water Conservation District

The position of Urban Erosion & Stormwater Specialist is located at the Lorain Soil & Water Conservation District (Lorain SWCD) offices, 4210 Russia Road, Elyria, Ohio, 44035. The employee occupying this position assists the Lorain SWCD Board of Supervisors with the administration of the Lorain Erosion & Sediment Control Rules, Post Constriction Rules, and Public Education duties in accordance with Phase II requirements. Work is expected to be performed with a minimum of supervision from the Lorain SWCD Board of Supervisors. Direction and supervision will be provided through regular and special meetings, conferences, and oral or written instruction. Further guidance may be obtained through the Ohio Department of Natural Resources Division of Soil and Water Resources as prescribed in the Cooperative Working Agreement.

Application Deadline: N/A

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Posting Date: 10/01/2018
Position: Director of Real Estate Development
Company: Future Heights

The Director of Real Estate Development will lead FutureHeights’ real estate development projects and coordinate its real estate improvement initiatives. It is a new, full-time position that will report to the Executive Director and work closely with existing staff, board members, city staff and representatives, merchant groups, resident groups and neighborhood stakeholders.

Application Deadline: N/A

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Posting Date: 10/01/2018
Position: Planner
Company: City of Oxford

The City of Oxford is accepting applications for the Classified position of Planner who reports to the Community Development Director. The individual in this position provides technical and professional services to assist the Community Development Director, City Manager, residents, Boards and Commissions, and City Council in matters relating to planning, zoning, building and housing. This individual analyzes, interprets, applies and enforces City codes relating to planning and zoning, coordinates the development review process, conducts field inspections and permit review, and authors land use legislation. Attendance at evening meetings is expected.

Application Deadline: Friday, October 19, 2018

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Posting Date: 09/25/2018
Position: Stormwater Technician
Company: Lorain County

Under general direction, within the Community Development Department, assists the Community Development Director with all matters relating to Stormwater Management District and planning; maintains related to District expenses; serves as liaison on behalf of District; etc.

Application Deadline: N/A

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Posting Date: 09/24/2018
Position: Housing Development Manager
Company: Metro West Community Development Office

The Housing Development Coordinator is responsible for coordinating the redevelopment of vacant and abandoned housing and the development of new housing in the Stockyard, Clark-Fulton & Brooklyn Centre neighborhoods. 

Application Deadline: N/A

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Posting Date: 09/21/2018
Position: Executive Director
Company: Literary Cleveland

Reporting to the Board of Directors, the Executive Director (ED) will assume and maintain responsibility for Literary Cleveland’s staff, day-to-day operations, finances and programs. The ED will assure that the staff executes the organization’s mission and strategic and business plans. Through expertise, strong organizational skills, connections and passion, the ED will guide this young organization to an impactful future.

Application Deadline: Tuesday, October 18, 2018

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Posting Date: 09/11/2018
Position: Community Development Director (Planner)
Company: Baker County Board of Commissioners

The Community Development Director is the chief Planner for Baker County. He/she performs professional and administrative work in Planning and Zoning division; and provides supervision and oversight of the Housing, Code Enforcement and Building activities. He/she interprets and implements the Land Development Code, land use, zoning, and Comprehensive Plan. The County has adequately trained staff in the Housing and Code Enforcement areas. The Building division is outsourced to a consultant. This job is an excellent opportunity for a Planner looking for career advancement who can lead a small rural county in future development. Under the oversight of the County Manager. Hiring of this Department Head position shall rest with the Baker County Board of County Commissioners.

Application Deadline: N/A

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Posting Date: 09/07/2018
Position: Land Use Planner II
Company: Licking County

The Planner II is a mid-level position with a significant degree of responsibility and technical expertise. As part of our team the Planner II provides support on the preparation of long-range and short-term planning projects, with varying levels of ownership. The job duties include executing and supporting assigned planning projects by performing research of best practices, data collection, analysis, visualization, plan review, and report writing. This position also formulates comprehensive and functional land use plans/studies and prepares long-range capital improvement programs and countywide plan work. (See full job description for details.)

Application Deadline: N/A

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Posting Date: 09/07/2018
Position: Senior Land Use Planner
Company: Licking County

The Senior Planner is a high-level position with a significant degree of responsibility and technical expertise. The Individual in this position shall be a self-starter, be able to make sound judgment in regards to planning issues, and have the ability to work individually as well as in a team environment. Responsibilities include but are not limited to formulating comprehensive and functional land use plans/studies, preparation of long range capital improvement programs, conducting professional planning work of moderate difficulty, and project management. (See full job description for details.)

Application Deadline: N/A

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Posting Date: 08/22/2018
Position: Assistant Professor in Public Administration
Company: Miami Univeristy

Job Responsibilities:

Teach courses across the public administration core curriculum for the undergraduate major and courses for the MA program; advise students; conduct relevant research leading to a record of published scholarship; provide institutional and professional service; and participate in applied research projects through the Center for Public Management and Regional Affairs. 

Application Deadline: N/A

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Posting Date: 09/24/2018
Position: Development and Communications Associate
Company: Legal Aid Society of Cleveland

The Development and Communications Associate supports the Director of Development and Communications increase annual revenue through planning, solicitation, and stewardship efforts as part of its comprehensive fundraising efforts. As part of this primary role, the Associate will focus on logistics for solicitation and stewardship activities (mailings, outreach, events, etc.) that raise funds from and deepen engagement with Legal Aid supporters. A secondary role of this position is to support the Director of Development and Communications in fundraising and communications efforts for Legal Aid.  The Associate reports to the Director of Development and Communications

Application Deadline: Wednesday, October 3, 2018

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Posting Date: 09/05/2018
Position: Assistant Chairs
Company: Cleveland State University Campus Activities Board

The Campus Activities Board (CAB) is now accepting applications for students interested in becoming Assistant Chairs. The Assistant Chairs are responsible for working closely with the CAB Executive Board in the coordination and execution of over 70 events per academic year. Positions available are listed below, but they range from event planning to administrative, to graphic design.  They will be required to work 2 office hours a week with their assigned Executive Chair member.  It is also recommended that Assistant Chairs attend CAB's weekly Executive Board meetings every Tuesday at 11:30am to 12:30pm.

Application Deadline: Friday, September 7, 2018 at 11:59 P.M

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Posting Date: 08/24/2018
Position: Senior Planner – Freight
Company: Chicago Metropolitan Agency for Planning

The Senior Planner will be responsible for management, oversight, and implementation of CMAP’s forthcoming Truck Routing and Community Studies, a project to investigate truck mobility and investment needs in three of the region’s industrial and logistics clusters. As North America’s freight hub, northeastern Illinois experiences large amounts of truck movement, with significant impacts on the region’s economy, as well as local congestion, safety, and quality of life. The project will focus on improving truck routing across jurisdictions, in addition to addressing local permitting processes, delivery management, and community impacts as appropriate to the cluster. Throughout the project, the planner will be expected to emphasize the recommendations of ON TO 2050. 

Application Deadline: October 12, 2018

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Posting Date: 08/23/2018
Position: Policy Fellow
Company: Children's Defense Fund- Leave No Child Behind

CDF-Ohio is seeking a Policy Fellow for a one-year position, to begin October 1, 2018. The Policy Fellow will work directly with the Policy Director to develop and implement projects addressing the systemic needs of Ohio children. Issues the Policy Fellow will work on include stopping the push out of students from our schools due to harsh school discipline practices, improving healthcare access and health outcomes for children and their families, and advocacy and awareness-building for the 2020 Census, among other emerging issues that affect Ohio’s most vulnerable children.

Job Responsibilities:

  • Monitor legislation, attend legislative committee hearings and advocacy meetings, and work with the Policy Director to develop CDF-Ohio legislative advocacy priorities.
  • Research and write issue briefs on child policy issues, to be published and distributed by CDF-Ohio and our partners.
  • Coordinate advocacy coalition activities.
  • Support policy work, conduct research, and perform additional tasks in collaboration with the Policy Director.

Application Deadline: N/A

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Posting Date: 08/21/2018
Position: Director, State Policy
Company: KnowledgeWorks

Job Responsibilities: 

KnowledgeWorks is an Ohio-based non-profit social enterprise that works to foster meaningful personalized learning that enables every student to thrive in college, career and civic life. KnowledgeWorks works on the ground with schools and communities through a portfolio of innovative education approaches, helps state and federal leaders establish policy conditions necessary to prepare all students for success, and provides national thought leadership around the future of learning.  

KnowledgeWorks has an exciting opening for a policy or advocacy professional who is interested in making a difference in changing how education is delivered at the state and local level.  Reporting to the Chief Operating Officer/Vice-President, Policy and Advocacy, the Director of State Policy is responsible for providing leadership and support for the development of state political agendas that support KnowledgeWorks initiatives regarding personalized learning.

Application Deadline: N/A

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Posting Date: 08/09/2018
Position: Family, Community & Business Engagement Liaison
Company: Bedford City School District

Job Responsibilities:
 
To develop business and community partnerships, and family and community engagement initiatives for the Bedford City School District. Foster positive relationships across the Bedford comminities, which encompass families, volunteers, the community, and the local businesses and organizations. This will be accomplished by engaging in community activities, by serving as a liaison to community groups and organizations, and by communicating the strengths of the districts with groups across the Bedford communities, as well as seeking additional opportunities for engagement in partnership opportunities that are mutually beneficial and can increase student achievement.

Application Deadline: N/A

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Posting Date: 08/03/2018
Position: Business Development Director
Company: Greater Cleveland Partnership

The Director, Business Development will manage an active Business Retention & Expansion (BRE) outreach and engagement calling program and project portfolio in the Greater Cleveland Partnership service area. The primary focus will be on the newly created JobsOhio Cleveland Area counties comprised of Cuyahoga, Lake and Geauga Counties. The BRE outreach and engagement activities focus on targeted industry businesses and corporations in the GCP service area including large corporate and middle market companies. The Director will coordinate and manage the program activities with the assigned Vice President (as immediate supervisor) with ultimate reporting responsibility to the Senior Vice President for Real Estate and Business Development. 

Application Deadline: N/A

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Posting Date: 08/03/2018
Position: Business Development Manager
Company: Greater Cleveland Partnership

The Manager, Business Development will support the program team and activities of the Business Retention and Expansion (BRE) program in the Greater Cleveland area. The employee will focus his/her efforts on business outreach support with middle market and large corporate employers in the service area. This involves the management of internal and partner systems and processes and requires an understanding of the customer relationship management (CRM) systems – Microsoft Dynamics and Salesforce. Employee will assist Senior Manager, Business Development with regional business attraction efforts. This requires an understanding of the internal, regional, and state site selection processes, and the state’s real estate database, ZoomProspector, and the Commercial Real Estate database, CoStar. The employee will coordinate and manage the program activities and marketing initiatives with GCP Business Development staff and report directly to the Senior Manager.

Application Deadline: N/A

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Posting Date: 08/03/2018
Position: Compliance Specialist
Company: Detroit Shoreway Community Development Organization

The Compliance Specialist is responsible for all initial, annual re-certifications of LIHTC requirements and that of the Public Housing portfolio. Responsibilities include day to day compliance of Lease Agreement with tenants. 

Principle Responsibilities:

  • Developing resident relationships and delivering quality customer service to maintain resident retention.
  • Maintain recertification schedules in the Yardi database on monthly basis.
  • Send out all proper tenant notifications within the specified timeframes of each program.
  • Prepare all tenant delinquent notifications and file for eviction as needed.
  • Meet with Marketing & Leasing Specialist on a monthly basis to review all tenant matters.
  • Complete semi-annual inspections with Maintenance Manager.
  • Deliver and post resident notices as needed.
  • Staff Open Houses with Leasing & Marketing Specialist as needed.
  • Review all applications and program required documents for approval of Lease signing.
  • Maintain property waiting lists.
  • Follow up with Maintenance Manager on tenant work order concerns.
  • Prepare monthly reports to Director of PM.
  • All other duties as assigned.

Application Deadline: N/A

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Posting Date: 07/17/2018
Position: Associate Consultant
Company: Davey Resource Group

Davey Resource Group, Inc., headquartered in Kent, Ohio has opportunities for persons interested in the field of urban forestry. We are seeking teamwork-oriented individuals with excellent written and oral communication skills. Candidates should possess a professional work ethic with attention to detail and safety.

Job Description:

Assist with DRG’s urban forestry master plan projects across the eastern U.S. The Urban Forestry Planner will work with DRG project managers to plan and implement all phases of urban forestry client contracts.

Responsibilities:

The Urban Forestry Planner will assist with project management/tracking, stakeholder meetings, public surveys, research, data collection and analysis, graphics, and plan preparation (writing, editing). You will be an integral member of a project team and may participate and assist in meetings with municipal officials, community organizations, advisory committees, and other government agencies. Depending on client budgets, travel may be required.

Application Deadline: N/A

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Posting Date: 07/06/2018
Position: Polikoff-Gautreaux Fellow
Company: Business and Professional People for the Public Interest (BPI)

Business and Professional People for the Public Interest (BPI), a Chicago-based nonprofit law and policy center, seeks a recent law or public policy graduate to serve as the Polikoff-Gautreaux Fellow for one year, beginning in Summer or Fall 2019.
 
The Polikoff-Gautreaux Fellowship offers the opportunity for recent law school or public policy school graduates to develop the experience, skills, and network critical to a rewarding career in public interest advocacy. Fellows have gone on to pursue successful careers in affordable housing law, legal aid, civil rights advocacy, non-profit leadership, and government.
 
Duties and Responsibilities:
  • Negotiate the components of a site plan for a new mixed-income community in a working group of public housing residents, community members, housing developers, the Chicago Housing Authority and City of Chicago staff.
  • Conduct research on legal and policy strategies for police reform, including comparative research about other jurisdictions.
  • Collect and analyze data and anecdotes from agencies, community-based stakeholders, and formerly incarcerated youth and prepare a report on community-based alternatives to incarceration.
  • Work with early childhood teachers to identify common goals and practices that promote kindergarten readiness
    and present findings and recommendations to the state's Kindergarten Transition Advisory Committee.

Application Deadline: Friday, October 12, 2018.

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Posting Date: 08/08/2018
Position: Senior Land Use Planner
Company: Licking County 

The Individual in this position shall be a self-starter, be able to make sound judgment in regards to planning issues, and have the ability to work individually as well as in a team environment. Responsibilities include but are not limited to formulating comprehensive and functional land use plans/studies, preparation of long range capital improvement programs, conducting professional planning work of moderate difficulty, and project management.
 
The individual in this position may serve as a mentor to other staff members, provide guidance and leadership in projects, and assist in their education and training within the field and department at the direction of the Planning Manager and/or Director.  In addition this position will represent the Planning and Development Department in a professional manner in public settings.

Application Deadline: Monday, August 27th 2018

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Posting Date: 08/03/2018
Position: Deputy Director for District Projects & Operations
Company: Short North Alliance

The Short North Alliance Deputy Director for District Projects and Operations is responsible for directing Short North Alliance services and projects in the public realm and supporting the Executive Director in the administration of Short North Alliance operations.

This position reports to the Executive Director of the Short North Alliance. 

Application Deadline: Sunday, August 19, 2018 at 11:59pm

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Posting Date: 07/09/2018
Position: Research Assistant
Company: Center for Economic Development, School of urban affairs - Cleveland State University 

The Center for Economic Development of the School of urban affairs provides research and technical assistance to government agencies, non-profit organizations, and private industry. The Center for Economic Development serves as a designated Economic Development Administration (EDA) University Center, since 1985.
 
The assistant collects, develops, analyzes and communicates economic development data and other information to internal and external constituents of the Center for Economic Development (CED). Collects and analyzes data, creates visual presentation, and prepares reports on economic development studies. Utilizes and modifies financial information and databases to support CED research activities and operations. Supervises assigned student personnel. Interacts professionally with all internal and external customers using strong interpersonal skills.

Application Deadline: Tuesday, June 17, 2018

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Posting Date: 07/09/2018
Position: Executive Director
Company: Coventry Village Special Improvement District (CVSID)

CVSID is seeking an inventive, resourceful, and results-oriented Executive Director who will focus on how to utilize the neighborhood's assets to increase business and improve overall conditions within the Coventry Village Special Improvement District. The ideal candidate will have a positive mindset, a knack for reinvention, and an ability to represent and work with people with different needs. Salary is commensurate with experience.
 
Duties:
  • Be the creative center, driving growth of the district by developing and implementing public arts projects for the district, a summer series of activities or festivals that engage the district, and by engaging with local universities, colleges and schools.
  • Serve as the go-to for the district’s merchants, tenants, property owners, and the city of Cleveland Heights. This involves maintaining an accurate database of all CVSID merchants, tenants, and property owners; assessing the needs of the CVSID and putting them convincingly in front of the appropriate decision-makers; and fostering relationships with government agencies on behalf of CVSID to resolve complaints, issues or service delivery problems.
  • Keeping the public face of the CVSID attractive by managing and supervising contract services for sanitation, public safety, business assistance, beautification, and landscaping to ensure consistent, excellent services.
  • Allocate and leverage CVSID’s financial resources to advance the goals of the district. You will prepare and recommend annual plans and operating budgets to the Board for approval, make sure that the district meets its fiduciary and budgetary obligations, and ensure adherence to these plans by safely maintaining all organizational records and providing the Board with periodic management reports, operating statements, and cost and program analyses.
  • Engage with the community to encourage committee development, volunteerism and to ensure communication and involvement by neighborhood organizations. You will represent CVSID as the primary spokesperson for the organization, advocate on the CVSID’s behalf, and promote CVSID through traditional and social media venues.

Application Deadline: N/A

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Posting Date: 07/06/2018
Position: Heritage Home Program Assistant
Company: Cleveland Restoration Society

The Cleveland Restoration Society is seeking a full-time entry-level professional to assist in the Heritage Home Program. Applicant must demonstrate the following:
  • Exceptional customer service and enjoyment working with the public both in person and on the phone
  • Ability to handle a high volume, fast-paced environment
  • Technological skill with CRM software, Microsoft Office Suite - Outlook, Word, Excel, PowerPoint - printers, cameras, projectors
  • Excellent time management and resourcefulness
  • Clear communication
  • Education or experience in nonprofit organizations and historic preservation field preferred, but not required
Responsibilities:
  • Acting as first point of contact for clients on the phone and email.
  • Scheduling Heritage staff on site visits.
  • Providing site visit follow-up for clients through personalized letters and emails.
  • Data entry in CRS proprietary database.
  • Assistance with CRS special programming, events, and presentations as needed.

Application Deadline: Friday, July 20, 2018.

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Posting Date: 07/06/2018
Position: Polikoff-Gautreaux Fellow
Company: Business and Professional People for the Public Interest (BPI)

Business and Professional People for the Public Interest (BPI), a Chicago-based nonprofit law and policy center, seeks a recent law or public policy graduate to serve as the Polikoff-Gautreaux Fellow for one year, beginning in Summer or Fall 2019.
 
The Polikoff-Gautreaux Fellowship offers the opportunity for recent law school or public policy school graduates to develop the experience, skills, and network critical to a rewarding career in public interest advocacy. Fellows have gone on to pursue successful careers in affordable housing law, legal aid, civil rights advocacy, non-profit leadership, and government.
 
Duties and Responsibilities:
  • Negotiate the components of a site plan for a new mixed-income community in a working group of public housing residents, community members, housing developers, the Chicago Housing Authority and City of Chicago staff.
  • Conduct research on legal and policy strategies for police reform, including comparative research about other jurisdictions.
  • Collect and analyze data and anecdotes from agencies, community-based stakeholders, and formerly incarcerated youth and prepare a report on community-based alternatives to incarceration.
  • Work with early childhood teachers to identify common goals and practices that promote kindergarten readiness
    and present findings and recommendations to the state's Kindergarten Transition Advisory Committee.

Application Deadline: Friday, October 12, 2018.

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Posting Date: 06/13/2018
Position: Community Development Director
Company: City of Oxford

The City of Oxford, Ohio, population 21,371, invites applications for the position of Community Development Director. The Director is appointed by the City Manager and is responsible for planning, directing, organizing, and administering the operations and staff of the Community Development Department.  The position requires a Bachelor’s degree in Urban or Regional Planning, Civil Engineering, Public Administration or related field; 7 years of professional responsible experience in planning including 2 years in a supervisory or administrative capacity or any combination of education, training, and work experience which provides the required skill set to perform the essential functions of the job; and possession of a valid state driver’s license.  The starting salary range is $92,525-$102,806 DOQ plus excellent benefits. Submit an application, cover letter, resume, salary history, and three professional references by June 15, 2018.   The City of Oxford is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Application Deadline: Friday, June 15, 2018

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Posting Date: 06/13/2018
Position: Economic Development & Marketing Coordinator
Company: Detroit Shoreway Community Development Organization (DSCDO)

Detroit Shoreway Community Development Organization (DSCDO) and Cudell Improvement, Inc. (Cudell) will operate under a Shared Services Agreement effective July 1, 2018. The Economic Development & Marketing Coordinator will be responsible for supporting the overall economic development, coordination and implementation of commercial/retail district revitalization, along with management and execution of organizational events and marketing for the Cudell and Edgewater neighborhoods.

Application Deadline: Friday, June 29 at 5:00pm

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Posting Date: 05/08/2018
Position: Research Associate
Company: Cleveland Foundation

In collaboration with the advancement team, the Research Associate organizes, analyzes and disseminates, in various formats, information on potential donors to ensure that team members are provided the information and resources necessary to solicit gifts and to cultivate and steward donor relationships.

Responsibilities:

  • Proactively research, identify and analyze individuals and appropriate entities to assess giving potential, propensity to donate, and connections to foundation initiatives or the NEO community to provide donor relations, gift planning and development colleagues with comprehensive information for solicitation and cultivation activities.
  • Regularly prepare detailed research reports on prospects for the advancement team to keep colleagues apprised of potential prospects.
  • Work with the Director of Development & Donor Communications to enter new prospects in the donor database to ensure the ongoing evaluation and qualification of the foundation’s prospect base. Regularly update database with information gathered through prospect research and/or provided by members of the advancement team.
  • Identify and manage the information sources used by the advancement team and maintain relationships with information vendors to ensure access to the most relevant and resourceful data.
  • Assist in the overall coordination of the development activities, including working proactively with the Development Assistant. Assist with advancement team and foundation events and initiatives as requested.
  • Assist with the implementation of special-interest fundraising group projects, meetings, events, and outreach for the development team. Monitor new initiatives and qualify results, i.e. data analysis of increased levels of participation and/or giving among target groups.
  • Stay well informed as to current foundation programs and initiatives and grantees to assist in the process of tying individual prospect interests back to the foundation and surrounding community.

Application Deadline: May 31, 2018

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Posting Date: 05/11/2018

Position: Utilities/Sustainability Assistant
Company: FAST/Cleveland State University

FAST is hiring a student worker to do utilities reporting, billing, and analysis along with energy efficiency and sustainability aspects. The successful student will have experience with utilities and managing large amounts of data. 

Position Accountabilities:

  • Analyze utility usage
  • Campus-wide
  • Compile usage reports
  • Filing
  • Telephone communication with utility companies.

Qualifications: Previous utility and sustainability experience.

Learning Objectivities:

  • Team work
  • Self-direction
  • Heightened reporting skills
  • Accountability
  • Knowledge of campus usage and needs
  • Knowledge of sustainability requirements.

Application Deadline: Wednesday, May 23, 2018

For more information about this CSU student job please see the job description on Symplicity.


Posting Date: 05/07/2018
Position: External Affairs Officer
Company: Alcohol, Drug Addiction and Mental Health Services Board of Cuyahoga County

Responsibilities:

  • Assist in developing and implementing strategies to promote the public image, role and sustainability of the ADAMHS Board and a Recovery Oriented System of Care.
  • Designs, writes, creates layouts, proofreads and distributes materials from the Board, as requested.  This includes, but is not limited to, news releases, newsletters, brochures, flyers, annual reports, service directories, and community responses, in both written and electronic formats.
  • Assists in all External Affairs activities including, but not limited to, workshop scheduling, registrations, workshop staffing, maintaining attendance records, reporting during and after trainings, and tracking completed requirements and earned credits.
  • Develops and maintains social media including, but not limited to, the Board’s Web site, Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, etc.
  • Establishes new and maintains existing social media relationships by proactively engaging in discussions surrounding behavioral health issues.
  • Monitors all social media outlets: pages, sites, blogs, etc.  Posts responses as directed by supervisor.
  • Applies relevant social media techniques, processes and tools to improve overall awareness of the ADAMHS Board.

Application Deadline: May 18, 2018 at 5:00 pm

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Posting Date: 05/04/2018
Position: Administrative and Project Specialist
Company: Adoption Network

The Administrative and Project Specialist provides a broad range of support in managing the operations/activities of the Executive Director and Director of Programs as well as the other director level staff. In addition, the Administrative and Project Specialist provides high-level support by conducting research, preparing statistical reports, handling information requests, and performing functions such as preparing correspondence, receiving visitors, arranging conference calls, and scheduling meetings. He or she takes a lead role in project and organizational management. The Administrative and Project Specialist is integral to the smooth operation of the Adoption Network Cleveland office.

Application Deadline: First consideration will be given to applications received by May 13, 2018.

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Posting Date: 05/04/2018
Position: Scenic Rivers Fellow
Company: The Ohio Environmental Council (OEC)

The Ohio Environmental Council (OEC) seeks a Scenic River Fellow to assist with the OEC’s scenic river work. The Fellow will work with the Ohio Department of Natural Resources in Central Ohio to assist in holding Stream Quality Monitoring (SQM) trainings, training volunteers on SQM, collecting data on scenic rivers, and entering in data into the water quality monitoring database.  

Responsibilities:
  • Assist Scenic River Coordinators plan and implement Stream Quality Monitoring (SQM) trainings
  • Collect data using SQM on streams around the state
  • Enter past SQM data into the Ohio EPA’s water quality monitoring database
  • Possibly train volunteers how to collect data using SQM

Application Deadline: The application deadline for this job posting has passed.


Posting Date: 05/04/2018
Position: Field Director
Company: The Ohio Environmental Council Action Fund

The Field Director is responsible for managing the day-to-day aspects of the OEC Action Fund’s contract organizer campaigns. Reporting to the Action Fund Director, the Field Director works with members of the staff; supervises 5 regional canvass operations run by regional directors including paid canvassers, vendors, volunteers, and interns; and manages assigned work related to the field and campaign efforts as detailed in campaign and program plans.

Responsibilities:

  • Manages statewide canvass operation
  • Manages field staff, contractors/canvassers, and volunteer canvass program in Ohio
  • Executes training and development program for program staff and volunteers
  • Coordinates volunteer actions and works with Regional Directors
  • Oversees completion of daily and weekly goals, including voter registration, volunteer recruitment, retention and development, and general public persuasion and turnout contacts
  • Performs daily and weekly reporting (both quantitative and qualitative)

Application Deadline: The application deadline for this job posting has passed.


Posting Date: 05/02/2018
Position: Client Services Specialist
Company: Cleveland Rape Crisis Center

This position is responsible for providing outstanding trauma informed client/customer service to all clients calling and coming to CRCC. This position provides reception coverage and lends administrative support to the agency at large. This position further performs work of a specialized, confidential nature on matters that impact clients, counselors and contract compliance.  Excellent organizational, administrative and communication skills and attention to detail are a must.

Application Deadline: N/A


Posting Date: 05/02/2018
Position: CEEP Fellow
Company: Campus Election Engagement Project

Campus Election Engagement Project (CEEP) is a national non-partisan project that helps America's colleges and universities get as many of their 20 million students as possible to register, volunteer in campaigns, educate themselves, and turn out at the polls. We teach administrators, faculty, staff, and student leaders to use their institutional resources to engage students.
 
Fellows will lead their campus with voter registration, voter education, and voter engagement leading up to the 2018 elections. Fellows will develop and implement a plan on their campus on how administrators, faculty, staff and student leaders can help register and engage students in the election process. Fellows will receive orientation, training support and guidance, and a $200 activities stipend.
 
Application Deadline: May 5, 2018
 

Posting Date: 05/01/2018
Position: Development Coordinator
Company: Adoption Network

Reporting to the Director of Development and Communications, the Development Coordinator is a key member of the development team. This position works closely with the Director to ensure that development activities and programs run effectively and supports the efforts of the Board of Directors, its committees and staff. The Development Coordinator prepares grant proposals and reports, oversees the Annual Campaign solicitations, and oversees special projects, including special events. This position manages the organization’s database, is responsible for preparing donor and gift reports for internal and external purposes, and ensures that all records for individuals, corporations and foundations are complete and accurate.
 
Application Deadline: N/A
 

Posting Date: 05/01/2018
Position: Administrative Clerk/Office Manager
Company: College of Architecture and Environmental Design (CAED) at Kent State University 

The College of Architecture and Environmental Design (CAED) at Kent State University is seeking applicants for a part-time Administrative Clerk/Office Manager at our downtown Cleveland facility.  This position will provide part-time administrative, budget, and clerical support to the Cleveland Urban Design Collaborative, located in downtown Cleveland. The office manager will maintain all budget documents for projects and the facility; schedule meetings; make sure CUDC is open for business; greet visitors; grant front door entries; assist with student concerns. Bookkeeping knowledge is required.
 
Position is Part-Time, 20 hours per week.

Application Deadline: May 7, 2018


Posting Date: 05/01/2018
Position: Special Events Coordinator
Company: Coventry Village Special Improvement District

Coventry Village Special Improvement District seeks an energetic and experienced Special Events Coordinator to contribute to the planning and execution of the events associated with and leading up to the Coventry Village Summer Series. The Coventry Village Summer Series is an annual outdoor series of weekly and special events hosted in our business district, courtyard, parks, and special facilities.
 
Reporting to the CVSID board of directors and Coventry Village merchants, the coordinator will help to ensure that all festival related events are produced at a high level of quality that satisfies the requirements of all stakeholders. This is a part-time, seasonal, W-9 contract position

Application Deadline: The application deadline for this job posting has passed.

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Posting Date: 06/29/2018
Position: Communications and Civic Engagement Coordinator
Company: City of University Heights

The City of University Heights is looking for a Communications and Civic Engagement Coordinator. The Communications and Civic Engagement Coordinator is a full-time employee responsible for media, outreach, constituent services, and the promotion of quality of life in the community.
 
Duties and Responsibilities:
  • Serve as the media contact for the city, prepare press releases, handle media inquiries.
  • Run and/or take lead on the city website and social media platforms.
  • Assist mayor, administration, and others in city government to better communicate with the public.
  • Develop and implement constituent services/case management program for constituent issues/complaints.
  • Develop and implement quality of life projects for the benefit of city residents.
  • Work as a team with other administration employees to promote and enhance administration projects.
  • Coordinate with Economic Development Director in improving city’s business climate.
  • Coordinate with Community Development Coordinator on promoting housing programs.
  • Coordinate with Special Projects Coordinator on new city magazine and other projects.
  • Assist mayor with citizen committee program and other forms of community collaboration.
  • Organize and promote community meetings and townhall forums.

Application Deadline: The is no application deadline however it is recommended that interested and qualified individuals apply without delay.

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Posting Date: 06/22/2018
Position: Director of Economic Development
Company: City of Shaker Heights

Apply to become the Director of Economic Development for one of Northeast Ohio’s most historic and progressive communities. Shaker Heights, among the nation’s first planned cities, continues to plan strategically for its future. This exciting opportunity puts an energetic economic development professional at the helm of the City’s economic development (ED) plan, one that has already attracted new development in the $100M transit-oriented Van Aken District.

Application Deadline: Open until filled.

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Posting Date: 06/19/2018
Position: NWS: Career Peer (On Campus Internship)
Company: CSU Career Services

The Career Peer’s role is to serve as an ambassador between the Career Services office and the Cleveland State University student body. Career Peers are also enthusiastic advocates and brand managers for Career Services. Under staff supervision, Career Peers will provide excellent customer service to their fellow students, and all Career Services’ constituents, including: providing pre-screenings of resumes and cover letters, helping fellow students and employers navigate Career Services resources, answer questions about upcoming programs and general questions related to the university, and assisting professional staff with workshops and career related events.

Note: This position is part of the On-Campus Internship Program. Students picked for this position must register for CSC 291 (1 credit hour) or CSC 290 (0 credit hours) as part of their employment as an intern. Must be available August 20 through 24, 2018 from 9am-4:00pm for mandatory, paid training (no exceptions).

Application Deadline: Friday, August 17, 2018

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Posting Date: 06/18/2018
Position: Program Assistant for Growing Local Non-profit
Company: HFLA of Northeast Ohio

Job Duties:

  • Discuss and explain loan program on the phone with potential borrower
  • Review loan documents for eligibility, then submit to the Program Director for final review
  • Schedule and organize appointments with prospective borrowers as requested by Program Director
  • Meet with borrowers to discuss concerns or questions, then relay those issues to the Program Director when needed
  • Pull Collections report monthly and call borrowers/guarantors who have missed payments/print out and send letters to delinquent borrowers/guarantors
  • Pull Paid Off Loans report monthly and send letters/Promissory Notes to paid off borrowers/guarantors
  • Perform outreach in the community when needed
  • Maintain the “team” email account and respond to messages in a timely fashion
  • Enter borrower payments into AutoPal software system and QuickBooks and prepare deposits
  • Maintain borrower files and add new information as it becomes available 
  • Help borrowers fill out paperwork and attend to correspondence
  • Backup computer and hard copy file systems on a weekly basis
  • Other as needed tasks assigned from the Program Director
  • Cross train in other office areas

Application Deadline: N/A

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Posting Date: 06/12/2018
Position: Political Science and Public Policy Part-Time Faculty
Company: Penn State Harrisburg

The School of Public Affairs at Penn State Harrisburg is seeking part-time Lecturers and Instructors to teach on a semester-by-semester basis for the 2017-2018 academic year. Typical requirements include minimum of an earned Master's degree and some classroom experience teaching in a college environment. Applicants will be reviewed based on their background, experience, and educational credentials. Review of applications will begin immediately and continue until positions are filled.

Application Deadline: Open until filled.

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Posting Date: 05/07/2018
Position: Executive Director
Company: Hiram Farm

Hiram Farm, a non-profit social services organization, is located in Hiram, Portage County, Ohio. Founded in 2009, the Farm sits on 120 acres of beautiful property. The Farm’s mission is to provide meaningful work for adults (farmers) with developmental disabilities with a focus on Autism Spectrum Disorders. We operate a green and organic farm that provides opportunities for these adults to grow, learn and work in a setting focused on respect and support for individuals and the environment. We pride ourselves on recognizing the unique qualities and needs of each farmer, addressing those needs appropriately. Dignity, respect and kindness are the trademarks of our staff and farmer interactions.

Responsibilities:

  • In conjunction with the Board of Directors, develop and implement strategic planning for the organization.
  • Align practice and work of the staff and board with the mission, philosophy and strategic plan and organizational objectives.
  • Lead communications and manage the work of the board along with Board President.
  • Provide information and leadership to the board in helping to alert them to changing funding patterns, community needs, and to strategically modify organization programs and policies accordingly.

Application Deadline: N/A

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Posting Date: 05/04/2018
Position: Executive Director
Company: Friends of Lower Muskingum River

Friends of Lower Muskingum River is a 501(c)3 organization whose mission is to protect and conserve the Lower Muskingum watershed for all to enjoy. FLMR promotes environmental stewardship and conservation through conservation easements, educational programs, volunteer opportunities, and maintenance of approximately 260 acres of natural areas. Increased environmental challenges in SE Ohio and a desire to become accredited with the Land Trust Alliance has led FLMR to seek an Executive Director.

The Executive Director is responsible for strategic planning, fundraising, volunteer coordination, and liaison with the community, regional and national organizations, and the membership. The position reports directly to the Board of Directors.

Application Deadline: N/A

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Posting Date: 05/04/2018
Position: Columbus Regional Coordinator
Company: The Ohio Environmental Council Action Fund

The Ohio Environmental Council Action Fund seeks a temporary Columbus Regional Coordinator. The Coordinator will build power, presence, and relationships on behalf of our organization, and to organize citizens to get involved and make the protection of Ohio’s land, air, and water a political priority. The ideal candidate will be a rising community leader who can serve as the OEC Action Fund ambassador to new networks as well as build long-lasting relationships with our members in the targeted region. This position is an opportunity to become the local resource on politics and the environment and to build strong relationships with elected officials, partner organizations, grasstops leaders, and grassroots advocates.

Responsibilities:

  • Building a strong, sustainable, growing team of grasstop leaders advocating on energy, land, air, and water issues
  • Developing relationships with key, local opinion leaders, including elected officials and business leaders who can play important, strategic roles in the OEC Action Fund’s work
  • Creating and organizing strategy that has a steady drumbeat of advocacy opportunities that advances the OEC Action Fund’s campaigns
  • Organizing and attending community events and meetings on the local political circuit that builds the OEC Action Fund’s presence in the central Ohio

Application Deadline: N/A


Posting Date: 05/02/2018
Position: Client Services Specialist
Company: Cleveland Rape Crisis Center

This position is responsible for providing outstanding trauma informed client/customer service to all clients calling and coming to CRCC. This position provides reception coverage and lends administrative support to the agency at large. This position further performs work of a specialized, confidential nature on matters that impact clients, counselors and contract compliance.  Excellent organizational, administrative and communication skills and attention to detail are a must.

Application Deadline: N/A


Posting Date: 04/30/2018
Position: Northern Ohio Organizer
Company: Northern Ohioans for Budget Legislation Equality (NOBLE)

NOBLE is seeking a community organizer who will be responsible for educating, recruiting, and mobilizing individuals, organizations and agencies in Northern Ohio, with an office based in Cleveland. This work will focus on the current state budget, with a priority collecting stories and data on the impacts being felt by community members and organizations due to this current budget. A particular focus is to involve and empower community members in budget decisions which impact their lives. This organizer must be able to:

  • Involve new groups, agencies, and individuals. Identify stakeholders in suburban, city, rural, and faith based organizations.
  • Educate community members, groups, and agencies on the impact of the current state budget on vulnerable Ohioans.
  • Collect personal stories from community members impacted by the current state budget, and data from organizations on how the current state budget is impacting their work.
  • Work with diverse ethnic, racial, and economic populations.
  • Train and empower community leaders throughout northern Ohio.
  • Mobilize individuals, organizations, and agencies to advocate for increased funding for health, human services and other basic needs.
  • Organize meetings with legislators, committee testimony, town hall meetings, media events, site visits, and other public efforts.
  • Network and build partnerships with existing organizations that have specific budget agendas.

Application Deadline: N/A

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Posting Date: 04/30/2018
Position: Communications and Civic Engagement Coordinator
Company: City of University Heights

The Communications and Civic Engagement Coordinator is a full-time employee responsible for media, outreach, constituent services, and the promotion of quality of life in the community.

Responsibilities:

  • Serve as the media contact for the city, prepare press releases, handle media inquiries.
  • Run and/or take lead on the city website and social media platforms.
  • Assist mayor, administration, and others in city government to better communicate with the public.
  • Develop and implement constituent services/case management program for constituent issues/complaints.
  • Develop and implement quality of life projects for the benefit of city residents.
  • Work as a team with other administration employees to promote and enhance administration projects.
  • Coordinate with Economic Development Director in improving city’s business climate.
  • Coordinate with Community Development Coordinator on promoting housing programs.
  • Coordinate with Special Projects Coordinator on new city magazine and other projects.
  • Assist mayor with citizen committee program and other forms of community collaboration.
  • Organize and promote community meetings and townhall forums.

Application Deadline: N/A

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Posting Date: 04/19/2018
Position: Economic Development Director
Company: City of University Heights

Responsibilities:

  • Responsible for co-development, planning, implementation, and coordination of the City's economic development program.
  • Responsible for business retention, business attraction, expansion, and redevelopment with special emphasis on the city's existing economic districts, especially University Square, Cedar-Taylor, and Cedar Center.
  • Work as a team with Community Development Coordinator and the Mayor in helping realize the vision of expanded business districts and targeting areas for redevelopment.
  • Work with developers, elected and appointed officials, business owners, and the general public.

Application Deadline: N/A

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Posting Date: 04/27/2018

Position: Assistant Transportation Planner
Company: Licking County Government Human Resources

Responsibilities:

  • Demonstrates regular and predictable attendance
  • Promotes and maintains positive and effective working relationships and promotes good public relationships as a representative of Licking County Government
  • Understanding of planning principals
  • Assist with routine and regular project management responsibilities and conducts professional planning work; manages routine portions of projects and programs with minimum supervision
  • Assists in developing and maintaining LCATS data; works on transportation projects; assists in developing data and applications for planning and transportation partners
  • Utilizes various software and application tools for transportation plans and studies focusing on safety, security, short-range planning, long-range planning, environmental, and land use/transportation interface
  • Collects and assists in analyzing data, preparing reports and graphic displays for transportation related topics. Assists in performing analysis and reviews of data for the region
  • Assists with the review of development projects, research, written documents, provide customer service, site inspections & data gathering
  • Address routine planning functions across disciplines and modes under direction of senior staff
  • Aids in long-range transportation plan development
  • Assists to implement unified planning work programs
  • Assists with federal, state, and local public officials’ staff, entities, and consultants in conducting local and regional transportation studies
  • Assists with written and oral presentations to public officials, department heads, constituents, and general public on transportation related topics
  • Meets all job safety requirements and all applicable OSHA safety standards that pertain to the essential functions of the position and all agency safety procedures
  • Assists in the inspection, placement, installation, and management of LCATS signage projects
  • Collects traffic count data for use in Travel Demand Forecasting Model, corridor studies, and other projects

Application Deadline: N/A


Posting Date: 04/12/2018
Position: Communications & Outreach Specialist
Company: Fair Housing Center for Rights & Research

Fair Housing Center for Rights & Research (formerly known as the Housing Research & Advocacy Center) is accepting applications for a full-time Communications & Outreach Specialist. The Fair Housing Center is a not-for-profit fair housing organization whose mission is to protect and expand fair housing rights, eliminate housing discrimination, and promote integrated communities.

Responsibilities and Duties:

The Communications & Outreach Specialist is responsible for conducting fair housing education and outreach activities. The Communications & Outreach Specialist reports directly to the Director of Outreach & Education.
  • Work with website design firm to design a new website on a new platform
  • Create and maintain content for a dynamic website
  • Manage event planning activities, including but not limited to: event promotion, setup, registrations, production of materials and day-of coordination
  • Manage and lead outreach efforts to a wide variety of audiences, including: cultivating community partnerships to identify new outreach opportunities, attending community outreach events, and maintaining records of outreach activities
  • Represent The Fair Housing Center at community meetings and events
  • Seek out and offer engaging content for e-newsletters, social media, and fair housing blog
  • Proof read and edit documents as needed
  • Assist with fund development as needed
  • Work with Education & Outreach team on an overall outreach and communications plan
  • Maintain a high level of knowledge about fair housing and related laws

Application Deadline: April 30, 2018

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Posting Date: 04/10/2018
Position: Analyst for Tax and Revenue Policy 
Company: Congressional Budget Office

CBO’s Tax Analysis Division is seeking an analyst with an interest in tax research to join its revenue-estimating staff. The Tax Analysis Division is responsible for forecasting federal revenues as part of CBO’s baseline budget projections. It is also responsible for providing the Congress with analysis and evaluation of the effects of past and proposed changes to federal tax policies.
 
The analyst will develop quantitative models to use in those efforts. The analyst will also conduct empirical research on federal tax policy, undertaking short-term analyses of current legislative proposals and preparing studies for CBO. The position requires facility with quantitative work, including economic modeling and budget tracking, and it involves regular contact with staff members in the legislative and executive branches. 
 
Qualifications
The successful candidate must have an advanced degree in economics, public policy, or a related field; a strong background in economics; quantitative analytical experience in economics, tax policy, or a closely related field; excellent communication and interpersonal skills; the ability to initiate and complete projects independently and as a team member; and a desire to work on issues of current and potential legislative interest to the Congress. Prior experience in tax policy is preferred but not required.
 
Candidate must have passed, or be able to pass, a Tier 2 (public trust) investigation, which includes a credit check. A higher-level security clearance may be accepted instead.  
 
Application Deadline: There is no deadline, however this position may be closed anytime after April 23, 2018. 
 

Posting Date: 04/03/2018
Position: Program Manager
Company: Institute for Energy Economics and Financial Analysis

The Institute for Energy Economics and Financial Analysis is seeking to hire a full-time program manager in its Cleveland headquarters office.
 
IEEFA’s mission is to accelerate the transition to a diverse, sustainable and profitable energy economy. The Institute’s work combines top-notch financial analysis, a deep understanding of energy economics, and a commitment to training environmental advocates and attorneys to understand and use the information IEEFA provides. IEEFA’s research, daily news and commentary are posted at www.ieefa.org. IEEFA has played a key role in the transition away from using coal-fired power to generate electricity in the U.S., in exposing the financial vulnerabilities of the Dakota Access pipeline and other pipelines, and in making the financial case for divestment from the coal industry and investment in renewable energy in the U.S. and around the world. 
 
IEEFA’s headquarters office provides support to a team of professionals in several cities in the U.S. and in Australia, the United Kingdom, the Philippines, and Hong Kong.
 
Duties include planning and logistics for IEEFA’s annual three-day Energy Finance conference in New York City. Additional duties include grants management, reports production, website assistance, and participation in dissemination of IEEFA’s research to the media, policy-makers, and financial analysts. Requirements include a bachelor’s degree and at least three years of relevant experience.
 
Responsibilities:
 
The position is full –time and located our Cleveland headquarters office. This is a newly-created position, designed to provide support for our growing organization, which began operations as an independent non-profit in 2013.
 
The program manager will report to the executive director and work closely with the operations director.
 
Application Deadline: The application deadline for this job posting has passed.
 

Posting Date: 03/30/2018
Position: Research Associate
Company: Meeting of the Minds

Meeting of the Minds is looking for a Part-time Research Associate to help manage and curate our live events, identify emerging trends, conduct interviews with potential speakers and innovators, write reports, and build our programs. The ideal candidate will have a strong background in urban planning/policy, sustainability, and events, as well as a talent for research and writing. The Research Associate will also assist with grant proposal writing, project management, and managing relationships with partners and sponsors. Candidates must have experience navigating the public, private, non-profit, academic, and philanthropic sectors, as well as a deep understanding of the interrelationships between the technology industry, civic technology ecosystem, and the relevant communities/networks interested in the future of sustainable and smart cities. Meeting of the Minds employees work remotely, and interested candidates must have demonstrated success in non-traditional, digital work environments. This position reports to the Executive Director and is 20 hours per week. Occasional travel for conferences.

Responsibilities:

  • Work with the Executive Director to curate sessions and identify speakers for live events
  • Research and identify global best practices and trends
  • Interview leaders in urban sustainability, innovation and technology
  • Onboard, manage, and prepare speakers for live events
  • Project management
  • Literature review and roadmap project
  • Assist in grant proposal writing
  • Assist in managing sponsors and partners
  • Possibly facilitate workshops as needed
Application Deadline: Friday, April 6, 2018
 

Posting Date: 03/27/2018
Position: Health Analyst
Company: Congressional Budget Office

The Congressional Budget Office is a small nonpartisan agency that provides economic and budgetary analysis to the Congress. CBO’s Budget Analysis Division seeks an analyst for its Low-Income Health Programs and Prescription Drugs Cost Estimates Unit to focus primarily on federal health programs that operate through private markets for health insurance—including employment-based insurance plans and health insurance marketplaces established under the Affordable Care Act.

Responsibilities:

  • Work closely with Congressional staff during the development of federal health care policy
  • Prepare multiyear spending projections for federal health programs
  • Analyze the Administration’s budget proposals
  • Prepare cost estimates for legislation involving, for example, financing or delivery of health care, federal programs operating through private markets, federal regulation of health insurance coverage, and federal assistance to pay for insurance coverage.

Application Deadline: April 16, 2018

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Posting Date: 03/22/2018
Position: Data Analyst
Company: Jumpstart

JumpStart is a non-profit venture development organization that unlocks the full potential of diverse and ambitious entrepreneurs to economically transform entire communities. We provide a combination of funding and high-impact assistance for entrepreneurs and small business owners while also managing the Northeast Ohio ESP Network, a collaborative group of entrepreneurial support organizations located throughout Northeast Ohio. JumpStart has also built a national reputation as a champion for greater diversity—winning numerous awards, including the 2017 Ohio Martin Luther King Jr. Economic Opportunity Award, for our strong commitment to economic inclusion. We strive to find new ways to connect with entrepreneurs and small business owners in traditionally underserved communities, and we also believe in creating/maintaining a diverse internal team to maximize our own performance as an organization. Thus, we are actively seeking candidates who will bring racial, ethnic and/or gender diversity to this role. 

The Data Analyst is responsible for data management and reporting in support of both internal processes and external publications. Collecting, verifying and analyzing and reporting performance metrics is an essential function within JumpStart. As a venture development 
organization that has many strategic and philanthropic partnerships and supporters, data gathering, and reporting is essential to demonstrating the impact and effectiveness of our work. 
 
Application Deadline: The application for this job posting has passed.
 

Posting Date: 03/21/2018
Position: Program Recruiter
Company: Passages

Responsibilities:

The majority of the Program Recruiter’s time will be spent directly interacting with prospective clients and their support systems. These relationships should result in generating program inquiries, as well as, increased enrollment numbers within our programming.
  • Develop relationships with potential clients within neighborhoods and communities, as well as, within a variety of community organizations, community centers, training centers, resource fairs, career fairs, general solicitation)
  • Informs potential clients of available programming and resources within our organization.
  • Conducts one on one conversations and presentations with the intent of generating leads of high quality prospective clients
  • Generates client leads by developing partnerships in the community
  • Must be comfortable cold calling and selling the value of the organization and our programs
  • Manage, organize, and supports events, meetings, and other activities to promote the organization and our programs to potential clients
  • Maintain current database of contacts, events and relevant information
  • Attend appropriate communications meetings and management meetings, and regularly meets for check ins
  • Provides daily, weekly, monthly reports on leads generated and lead conversion 
Application Deadline: The application for this job posting has passed.
 
 

Posting Date: 03/29/2018
Position: Planner
Company: Eastgate Regional Council of Governments

Eastgate, a Regional Council of Governments and Metropolitan Planning Organization, is seeking a full time Planner to contribute to the development of a variety of community and regional planning work including but not limited to comprehensive, strategic, and implementation plans. The Planner will work in a team environment with staff members from various disciplines and will be responsible for performing a range of community and comprehensive planning functions. The employee will be supervised by the Director of Planning. 

Responsibilities:

  • Collecting, analyzing, and synthesizing data for comprehensive plans.
  • Writing sections of reports, planning documents, and other related documents.
  • Developing strategic actions and implementation steps.
  • Assisting with public engagement, outreach activities, and implementation of comprehensive goals, objectives, policies, strategies, and projects.
  • Working in a team environment with staff members from various disciplines and communities.
  • Coordinating with elected officials, policymakers, administrative staff, planning commission members and other authorities. 
Application Deadline: N/A
 

Posting Date: 03/12/2018
Position: Program Officer
Company: Enterprise Community Partners

The Program Officer provides full program management and administrative support for the Cuyahoga County Earned Income Tax Credit (EITC) Coalition. This position will lead marketing; volunteer recruitment, training and retention; site coordinator communications and raining; oversee site operations and quality reviews for 21 VITA sites; Super Saturday events and mobile site leadership; and coordinates monthly/quarterly/annual reporting. The position requires strong administrative, organizing, communication, and writing skills, the ability to perform multiple tasks in a fast-paced environment with limited supervision, desire to work in a team environment with a diverse group of team members, and a pro-active energized approach to work. The position reports to the Senior Director for Income and Opportunity in Cleveland.

Application Deadline: The application for this job posting has passed.


Posting Date: 03/19/2018
Position: Community Planner/GIS Analyst
Company: City of Safety Harbor

Under the general direction of the Community Development Director, or designee. Performs responsible work in the interpretation and application of community planning activities in the Community Development Department in accordance with City ordinance and Departmental policies. Responsibilities include organizing and conducting community research and reports. Work is performed with considerable, professional independence. Work is reviewed through reports, observations, and obtained results.
 
Application Deadline: March 30, 2018
 
 

Posting Date: 03/12/2018
Position: Executive Director
Company: Grassroots Grantmakers

Grassroots Grantmakers is seeking an Executive Director to lead its national membership of funders, community-based organizations, grassroots leaders, and other who share its values and are committed to the mission reflected in its “We Begin with Residents” motto. Network members are deeply committed to the belief that what everyday people do together in their own communities is the foundation for building and sustaining strong communities. The Executive Director position, which offers a great deal of work flexibility, is currently 20 hours a week.
 
Application Deadline: March 12, 2018
 
 

Posting Date: 03/09/2018
Position: Downtown Development Specialist
Company: City of Paducah, KY

Paducah is looking for a champion. To build upon the success of our Main Street program, we are searching for a Downtown Development Specialist (Main Street Director) who can push forward a program repeatedly listed as a top Main Street in the nation, including winner of the 2010 Great American Main Street Award. Paducah, Kentucky’s next Main Street director will be working with a dynamic, fully-engaged Board of Directors and the supportive staff of the City of Paducah Department of Planning.

Qualifications:

  • Experience in recruiting and retaining artists and businesses, developing downtown living and creating the place of first choice for artists, business-owners, residents, investors; and consumers
  • Experience in marketing, public relations and membership development
  • Significant and proven leadership skills. Is visionary, trustworthy, diplomatic, understanding and innovative with high energy level
  • Excellent organizational development, interpersonal, marketing, communication, administration and personnel management skills
  • Success at fund development, including knowledge of and success in attracting foundation and corporate grants; ability to identify, steward and solicit individual donors

Application Deadline: N/A

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Posting Date: 03/09/2018
Position: Part-Time Program Leader
Company: After-School All-Stars Cleveland

ASAS Cleveland is seeking part-time Program Leaders to work directly with elementary and middle school students in an engaging after-school program. Program Leaders must be energetic, youthfocused, and passionate about providing high quality programming to Cleveland youth. The successful candidate will be a self-starter with a great personality, passionate about serving youth in an educational setting, with the ability to engage with K – 8 students. The Program Leader’s mission is to ensure that youth have a positive and fun after-school experience, and are crucial to a successful afterschool program.

Application Deadline: The application for this job posting has passed.

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Posting Date: 03/09/2018
Position: Community Involvement Americorps VISTA Volunteer
Company: Detroit Shoreway Community Development Organization

In partnership with DSCDO’s Community Involvement Staff, the Community Involvement VISTA will work towards DSCDO’s goals through:

  • Participating with residents in ongoing dialogue around their vision for their community.
  • Support DSCDO staff who are in the process of implementing Southwest Plan projects and objectives (e.g. parks, greenspaces).
  • Building 1:1 relationships with resident leaders.
  • Working with Community Involvement staff, help generate volunteers to door knock the Southwest area to distribute information to residents.
  • Working with Community Involvement staff, research, experiment with and implement new community engagement techniques to increase the number of residents interacting with DSCDO.
  • Gain familiarity with job training and placement programs.
  • Gain familiarity with asset building programs.
  • Utilize metrics to track whether an increasing number of residents participate in programs.

Application Deadline: March 31, 2018

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Posting Date: 03/06/2018
Position: Executive Director
Company: Project Healthy Community

We are seeking an Executive Director for Project Heathy Community. The position is full time and salaried. Compensation and fringe benefits will be dependent on qualifications and competitive with the S.E. Michigan community of non-profits.

Qualifications:

  • Commitment to the mission and objectives of PHC with demonstrated concern for people and community
  • Embrace the concept of a multi-ethnic, inter-racial, and inter-faith based community organization whose mission is to help those in-need with a focus on enhancing health through education and nutrition.
  • Minimum bachelors’ preferable Master’s degree
  • Minimum of 3 experience in not for profit executive director or assistant executive director role including business management, short and long range planning, and obtaining corporate and foundation grants.
  • Have knowledge and experience in fund raising techniques including major gifting, events and bequeaths.

Application Deadline: The application deadline for this job posting has passed.

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Posting Date: 03/01/2018
Position: Fellowship Program
Company: Ohio Legislative Service Commission (LSC)

The Ohio Legislative Service Commission (LSC) is seeking applicants for the 2019 Legislative and Telecommunications Fellowship Program. The LSC Legislative and Telecommunications Fellowship Program is a professional, 13-month, paid fellowship that offers college graduates an unparalleled opportunity to work with the Ohio General Assembly. Applicants to the program must have at least a bachelor's degree by December of 2018. The Legislative Fellowship Program welcomes all majors and prior political experience is not required. Telecommunications Fellowship Program applicants must have a related degree or comparable video production experience. Fellows receive full state of Ohio employee benefits and are paid $31,200 per year, with the opportunity to earn a $2,000 bonus.

Application Deadline: Legislative applications are due by 04/01/2018 and Telecommunications applications are due by 04/30/2018

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Posting Date: 02/26/2018
Position: AmeriCorps VISTA Member
Company: Campus District, Inc.

Campus District, Inc. (CDI) is a non-profit community development corporation serving the eastern half of downtown Cleveland. It is home to the Superior Arts District and our three anchor institutions: Cleveland State University, Cuyahoga Community College Metro Campus and St. Vincent Charity Medical Center. The Campus District is a very diverse neighborhood with over 2,000 college student residents, 300+ artists and young professionals, 600 men and women in two homeless shelters, and 2,000 low-income families in public housing. CDI works to connect people to resources and to one another to make positive change at the personal and neighborhood level.

Qualifications:

  • Bachelor’s degree (or equivalent work experience) in social work, urban studies, human services, non-profit administration, communications or related field
  • Excellent written and oral communication skills
  • Possess an entrepreneurial, creative, and solution-oriented approach to issues
  • Strong planning and organizational skills and the ability to think strategically in the design and execution of projects

Application Deadline: March 23, 2018 at 4:00 pm

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Posting Date: 02/22/2018
Position: Executive Director
Company: Friends of Creamer's Field

The Executive Director (ED) is responsible for leading the overall strategic direction and operation of Friends of Creamer's Field. The ED oversees all staff, programs and expansion, and ensures alignment with Friends of Creamer's Field's mission. Friends of Creamer's Field was formed in 1990 and is an independent, non-profit 501(c)(3) corporation.
 
Application Deadline: March 19, 2018 

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Posting Date: 02/16/2018
Position: Analyst - Valuation and Advisory
Company: Newmark Knight Frank

Under direct supervision, assist in the collection and analysis of data for senior staff to use in order to formulate an opinion of the market value of real estate for the purposes of dispute resolution, mortgage underwriting, acquisition/disposition, portfolio analysis and estate purposes.
 
Application Deadline: The application for this job posting has passed.

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Posting Date: 02/06/2018
Position: Opportunity Corridor Project Manager
Company: Burten, Bell, Carr Development, Inc.

The Opportunity Corridor Project Manager will oversee efforts to maximize the community benefit of the Opportunity Corridor. Responsibilities include, but are not limited to, day-to-day tasks associated with land assembly; fostering linkages to economic growth opportunities for residents of the surrounding neighborhoods; supporting job retention and expansion of local existing employers; and, community outreach and awareness for project-related activities.

Responsibilities:

  • Research and negotiate the purchase of properties located in strategic development areas, assist in resolving title and/or other issues in the process, manage closings, and oversee the work of consultants, as necessary
  • Lead and/or provide assistance on real estate development projects located within the Opportunity Corridor, including, but not limited to, planning, pursuit of funding opportunities, garnering local approvals, reporting, promotion, coordination of community meetings, and managing consultants
  • Assist in the job growth opportunities within the corridor and maintain knowledge of and administer available economic development programs and incentives
  • Serve as primary representative of the agency in project meetings with key public and private partners
  • Assist in the management and administration of community revitalization initiatives; and
  • Other duties as assigned

Application Deadline: Monday, February 12, 2018 at 4:00 PM

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Posting Date: 02/06/2018
Position: Real Estate Development Specialist
Company: Burten, Bell, Carr Development, Inc.

The Real Estate Development Specialist will assist in advancing the agency’s real estate development goals, primarily in the Central and Kinsman neighborhoods of Cleveland.

Responsibilities:

  • Lead and/or provide assistance on real estate development projects, including, but not limited to, planning, conducting feasibility analyses of potential projects, performing property research and acquisition, assisting with the creation and management of real estate development and operating budgets, pursuing funding opportunities, garnering local approvals, reporting, promoting, managing consultants, and coordinating of community meetings
  • Assist entrepreneurs and new and established businesses with technical assistance, as well as referrals to economic development resources available from public and private partner agencies
  • As the point of contact for assigned development activities, execute development strategies, foster and track project milestones and manage relationships with project consultants to garner obligatory deliverables
  • Assist in the management and administration of other community revitalization initiatives; and
  • Other duties as assigned

Application Deadline: Monday, February 12, 2018 at 4:00 PM

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Posting Date: 02/09/2018
Position: AmeriCorps VISTA 
Company: MidTown Cleveland, Inc.

MidTown Cleveland, Inc. is seeking a motivated, resourceful, and strategic AmeriCorps VISTA member to join our team for the 2018-2019 year. The MidTown VISTA will help sustain Cleveland’s renaissance and economic growth by creating access for Cleveland residents to job opportunities in a historically disadvantaged area in the urban core. The primary goal of MidTown’s Hire Local project is to expand economic opportunity and connect MidTown’s growing employment base to residents experiencing high unemployment and poverty by facilitating job placements and connections to wraparound resources.

The VISTA will establish a Hire Local strategy and community organizing plan to empower area residents with social capital, expanding their networks to nearby opportunities and reducing their transportation burden. In conjunction with MTC’s newly formed Community Connections board committee, the VISTA will crystallize hire local strategies, integrate best practices for community engagement and develop action plans. The desired end result is poverty reduction through the employment and retention of residents with local companies that provide career trajectories and wage growth. 
 
Application Deadline: The application for this job posting has passed.

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Posting Date: 02/06/2018
Position: Real Estate Development Specialist
Company: Burten, Bell, Carr Development, Inc.

The Real Estate Development Specialist will assist in advancing the agency’s real estate development goals, primarily in the Central and Kinsman neighborhoods of Cleveland.

Responsibilities:

  • Lead and/or provide assistance on real estate development projects, including, but not limited to, planning, conducting feasibility analyses of potential projects, performing property research and acquisition, assisting with the creation and management of real estate development and operating budgets, pursuing funding opportunities, garnering local approvals, reporting, promoting, managing consultants, and coordinating of community meetings
  • Assist entrepreneurs and new and established businesses with technical assistance, as well as referrals to economic development resources available from public and private partner agencies
  • As the point of contact for assigned development activities, execute development strategies, foster and track project milestones and manage relationships with project consultants to garner obligatory deliverables
  • Assist in the management and administration of other community revitalization initiatives; and
  • Other duties as assigned

Application Deadline: Monday, February 12, 2018 at 4:00 PM

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Posting Date: 02/01/2018
Position: Program Leader
Company: After-School All-Stars Cleveland

ASAS Cleveland is seeking part-time Program Leaders to work directly with elementary and middle school students in an engaging after-school program. Program Leaders must be energetic, youth-focused, and passionate about providing high quality programming to Cleveland youth. The successful candidate will be a self-starter with a great personality, passionate about serving youth in an educational setting, with the ability to engage with K – 8 students. The Program Leader’s mission is to ensure that youth have a positive and fun after-school experience, and are crucial to a successful after-school program.

Application Deadline: The application for this job posting has passed.

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Posting Date: 07/17/2018
Position: Associate Consultant
Company: Davey Resource Group

Davey Resource Group, Inc., headquartered in Kent, Ohio has opportunities for persons interested in the field of urban forestry. We are seeking teamwork-oriented individuals with excellent written and oral communication skills. Candidates should possess a professional work ethic with attention to detail and safety.

Job Description:

Assist with DRG’s urban forestry master plan projects across the eastern U.S. The Urban Forestry Planner will work with DRG project managers to plan and implement all phases of urban forestry client contracts.

Responsibilities:

The Urban Forestry Planner will assist with project management/tracking, stakeholder meetings, public surveys, research, data collection and analysis, graphics, and plan preparation (writing, editing). You will be an integral member of a project team and may participate and assist in meetings with municipal officials, community organizations, advisory committees, and other government agencies. Depending on client budgets, travel may be required.

Application Deadline: N/A

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Posting Date: 08/03/2018
Position: Compliance Specialist
Company: Detroit Shoreway Community Development Organization

The Compliance Specialist is responsible for all initial, annual re-certifications of LIHTC requirements and that of the Public Housing portfolio. Responsibilities include day to day compliance of Lease Agreement with tenants. 

Principle Responsibilities:

  • Developing resident relationships and delivering quality customer service to maintain resident retention.
  • Maintain recertification schedules in the Yardi database on monthly basis.
  • Send out all proper tenant notifications within the specified timeframes of each program.
  • Prepare all tenant delinquent notifications and file for eviction as needed.
  • Meet with Marketing & Leasing Specialist on a monthly basis to review all tenant matters.
  • Complete semi-annual inspections with Maintenance Manager.
  • Deliver and post resident notices as needed.
  • Staff Open Houses with Leasing & Marketing Specialist as needed.
  • Review all applications and program required documents for approval of Lease signing.
  • Maintain property waiting lists.
  • Follow up with Maintenance Manager on tenant work order concerns.
  • Prepare monthly reports to Director of PM.
  • All other duties as assigned.

Application Deadline: N/A

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Posting Date: 08/03/2018
Position: Business Development Director
Company: Greater Cleveland Partnership

The Director, Business Development will manage an active Business Retention & Expansion (BRE) outreach and engagement calling program and project portfolio in the Greater Cleveland Partnership service area. The primary focus will be on the newly created JobsOhio Cleveland Area counties comprised of Cuyahoga, Lake and Geauga Counties. The BRE outreach and engagement activities focus on targeted industry businesses and corporations in the GCP service area including large corporate and middle market companies. The Director will coordinate and manage the program activities with the assigned Vice President (as immediate supervisor) with ultimate reporting responsibility to the Senior Vice President for Real Estate and Business Development. 

Application Deadline: N/A

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Posting Date: 08/03/2018
Position: Business Development Manager
Company: Greater Cleveland Partnership

The Manager, Business Development will support the program team and activities of the Business Retention and Expansion (BRE) program in the Greater Cleveland area. The employee will focus his/her efforts on business outreach support with middle market and large corporate employers in the service area. This involves the management of internal and partner systems and processes and requires an understanding of the customer relationship management (CRM) systems – Microsoft Dynamics and Salesforce. Employee will assist Senior Manager, Business Development with regional business attraction efforts. This requires an understanding of the internal, regional, and state site selection processes, and the state’s real estate database, ZoomProspector, and the Commercial Real Estate database, CoStar. The employee will coordinate and manage the program activities and marketing initiatives with GCP Business Development staff and report directly to the Senior Manager.

Application Deadline: N/A

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Posting Date: 01/04/2017
Position: Tree Corp
Company: Tree Care Industry Association

Tree Corps Crew Members are responsible for attending weekly classroom trainings covering an in-depth range of arboriculture skills in combination with a hands-on learning/work environment. Crew Members will gain arboriculture experience while working at job sites in and around the Cleveland area performing such functions as pruning, mulching, watering, planting, fertilizing, and performing root collar excavations.  Crew Members will participate in and support community tree planting projects and interface with residents, volunteers and community members using tree care best practices.

Application Deadline: February 1, 2018 at 5:00PM

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Posting Date: 12/19/2017
Position: Management Intern
Company: City of Phoenix Management Intern Program

The City of Phoenix looking for a diverse group of applicants for their 2018-19 Management Intern positions. Information about the program is available  at phoenix.gov/interns.
 
As one of the oldest, most respected municipal internships in the U.S., the City of Phoenix Management Intern Program is designed to attract, develop and retain innovative people in local government. Established in 1950, the City of Phoenix offers a one-year internship to individuals who have earned or completed coursework for a master's degree in public administration, business administration, or related field. The 69th class of the City of Phoenix Management Intern program will begin on June 25, 2018.
 
The 2018-19 Management Intern salary is $44,678 plus a comprehensive benefit package including a moving allowance for candidates residing outside metro Phoenix. Historically, two to three candidates have been selected annually.

Application Deadline: January 22, 2018

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Posting Date: 11/28/2017
Position: Administrative Project Leader
Company: City of Bay Village

The Administrative Project Leader manages and undertakes a range of project research, analysis, reporting, implementation and administrative activities to support the development and delivery of projects primarily in support of the Mayor and secondarily in support of the Council and Law Director.

Application Deadline: The application deadline for this job posting has passed.

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Posting Date: 11/15/2017
Position: Conservation Funding Associate (Grant Writer)
Company: Western Reserve Land Conservancy

The Conservation Funding Associate (CFA) assists with efforts to secure public funding for strategic land acquisitions and conservation easement purchases, as well as other related projects for the Conservation and Thriving Communities teams. This includes identifying, writing and submitting grant applications to local, state, federal and public-private partnership sources and coordinating with partnering organizations. The highest priority for the associate will be in proposal preparation (research and writing). In addition, the CFA will assist with researching and identifying new sources of funding and may also be responsible for grant management for funded projects, which includes tracking grant requirements, maintaining accurate records, and coordinating activities across multiple projects. Finally, the CFA may be called upon to fulfill additional land protection-related duties. The CFA is a member of the Conservation team, but at times may work between departments as instructed by the Conservation Funding Manager, in helping to coordinate with the Development team on specific land protection projects requiring fundraising assistance and/or other grant applications.

Application Deadline: The application deadline for this job posting has passed.

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Posting Date: 11/14/2017
Position: Heap Intake Specialist
Company: Metro West Community Development Organization

Responsibilities:

  • Conduct face-to-face interviews with customers seeking financial assistance for utility bills.
  • Assist clients with the intake process
  • Review client documents to ensure program guidelines are met
  • Respond to HEAP inquiries
  • Communicate application status
  • Educate clients on utility affordability programs
  • Make contact with utility companies to assure continuation or re-establishment of energy service.
  • Assist customers with PIPP and regular HEAP applications.
  • Assist with transfer of files to and from the main HEAP office.
  • Process utility company payments.
  • Provide information and referral to community, resource programs and services as appropriate
  • Other duties as assigned.

Application Deadline: The application for this job posting has passed.

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Posting Date: 11/14/2017
Position: Administrative Project Leader
Company: City of Bay Village

The Administrative Project Leader manages and undertakes a range of project research, analysis, reporting, implementation and administrative activities to support the development and delivery of projects primarily in support of the Mayor and secondarily in support of the Council and Law Director.

Application Deadline: The application for this job posting has passed.

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Posting Date: 11/07/2017
Position: Planner
Company: Marion City/County Regional Planning Commission

The Marion City/County Regional Planning Commission, covering all of Marion County, 40 miles north of Columbus, Ohio, is seeking an applicant for an entry level planning position. The successful applicant would be trained to administer planning, economic, and community development activities, including subdivision regulations, zoning recommendations, updating land use and other plans, writing grant applications and assisting the community in online outreach.

The position involves attending Planning and Zoning Commission meetings and making presentations as needed. Excellent computer, writing, speaking, and critical thinking skills required. GIS experience a plus. This is an opportunity to work with both municipalities and townships on development review, but also actively planning and implementing grant projects. Must be able to work with both urban and rural citizens, local business and non-profits, and government departments.
 
Bachelor’s degree in planning, geography, economics or related field. Preference will be given to Master’s degree and/or any experience.  Depending on the quality of the applicant, the Planning Commission mayconsider applicants who will be completing a Bachelor’s degree in 2018, or working on a Master’s degree and will consider, if needed, hiring for less hours on a temporary basis until the degree is completed. Residency in Marion County is not required, but employees must be able to arrive to work and to meetings on time.
 
We are an equal opportunity employer. Good benefit package. Please respond with a resume and cover letter to:
Marion City/County Planning Commission
222 West Center Street
Marion, Ohio 43302

Email to: RegionalPlanning@co.marion.oh.us

Application Deadline: None, but interviews likely to start by December 1, 2017.

Posting Date: 10/27/2017
Position: Research Associate
Company: Begun Center for Violence Prevention Research & Education, Jack, Joseph and Morton Mandel School of Applied Social Sciences, Case Western Reserve University

The Begun Center for Violence Prevention Research & Education is home to a multi-disciplinary team of faculty and researchers in the areas of violence prevention, adult and juvenile mental health, substance abuse, specialty courts, trauma and community based evaluation. Working with a high degree of independence, the incumbent will carry out, manage and lead research in social behavioral sciences on various funded projects at the Begun Center for Violence Prevention Research & Education. This newly created position will serve as a “Center Based” Research Associate and will develop, implement and manage new evaluation and/or research projects for the Begun Center. The ideal candidate will possess experience supporting all phases of research with an emphasis on project management and building sponsor relations. 

Application Deadline: Friday, November 10, 2017 at 5:00 PM

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Posting Date: 10/19/2017
Position: Program Associate
Company: DigitalC Tech Hive

Responsibilities:

  • Research, create, and execute programming for diverse audiences focused on the intersection of community and technology within the Midtown Tech Hive
  • Become an expert in programming that creates a welcoming and engaged community within the Tech Hive within the framework of Cleveland making the transition to a technology driven economy that is inclusive
  • Develop a deep knowledge of Cleveland’s innovation networks and act as an expert referral resource
  • Spend a portion of the work week at the concierge desk welcoming and assisting community members
  • Invent, implement, and maintain facility systems (room reservations, repairs / maintenance, technology, housekeeping et al.)
  • Responsible for tenant on-boarding

Application Deadline: The application for this job posting has passed.

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Posting Date: 10/12/2017
Position: Associate Planner
Company: City of Hudson

The City of Hudson is seeking applicants for the position of Associate Planner in the Community Development Department. This is a professional planning position researching and preparing staff recommendations and reports to various boards and commissions as necessary. Researches and interprets various codes and policies. Responds to inquiries from City staff, business and/or property owners, residents and officials on land use regulations and procedures. Acts as zoning administrator and handles other administrative duties as necessary.

Application Deadline: 10/27/2017 at 4:00 PM


Posting Date: 10/03/2017
Position: Real Estate Development Specialist
Company: Burten, Bell, Carr Development Inc.

The Real Estate Development Specialist will assist in the planning, implementation, and promotion of real estate development projects, administration of housing repair and improvement programs, and management of community revitalization initiatives.

Responsibilities:

  • Provide assistance on real estate development projects, including, but not limited to, planning, structuring project financing, property research and acquisition
  • Assist with the creation and management of real estate development budgets and proformas
  • Pursue funding opportunities, garnering local approvals, and meet necessary reporting requirements
  • Promotion, and coordination of related community meetings
  • Administer housing repair and improvement programs to residents, including providing information about availableresources, helping with contractual agreements, identifying potential contractors, reviewing bids, monitoring the construction process, and approving work financed by grants provided through agency
  • Assist in the management and administration of community revitalization initiatives
  • Other duties as assigned

Application Deadline: 10/20/2017 at 5:00 PM

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Posting Date: 09/29/2017
Position: Documentary Filmmaker Volunteer 
Company: Project Istwa

Project Istwa is looking for motivated and enthusiastic people to volunteer as Program Assistant for the January 2018 workshop which will be conducted in Jacmel, Haiti. The documentary filmmaker volunteer will accompany the January 2018 Istwa team to the town of Jacmel and work closely with our workshop Director and facilitators to create a promotional video for Project Istwa. The team will also spend time at Project Istwa’s base in Port-au-Prince.
 
Application Deadline: 11/01/2017

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Posting Date: 09/29/2017
Position: Director of Planning
Company: Licking County Planning Commision

Provides leadership and direction for overall operations of planning. Ensures compliance with all federal, state, and local laws pertaining to Planning. Acts as a visionary and identifies issues and recommends plans of action to improve and enhance the quality of life for the inhabitants of Licking County on behalf of the Planning Commission and the Licking County Board of Commissioners. 

Application Deadline: 10/13/2017

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Posting Date: 09/26/2017
Position: Young Services Assistant
Company: West Side Community House

Responsibilities:

  • Exhibit characteristics of leadership, responsibility, patience, maturity, positive attitude and creativity
  • Build relationships with schools, neighborhoods, community leaders and organizations
  • Complete various administrative tasks and reports when needed
  • Display a high level of enthusiasm and passion for working with youth and families
  • Assist the Youth Services Director with all tasks and activities as directed
  • Attend scheduled meetings and/or trainings
  • Promote youth programs
  • Oversee Sisterhood mentors
  • File, organize and track all paperwork
  • Prepare snack/clean kitchen
  • Contact participants/parents
  • Assist teaching artists/guest speakers as needed
  • Monitor participant behavior
  • Problem solve through situations and be able to seek assistance when necessary
  • Be able to work independently and as a team
  • Develop innovative programming ideas
  • Other duties as assigned

Application Deadline: The application for this job posting has passed.

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Posting Date: 09/26/2017
Position: Anisfield-Wolf Associate
Company: Sisterhood

The associate will create a plan within the Sisterhood curriculum for the Literacy Project. The project will include interactive workshops and guest speakers.
 
The associate also will engage participants in reading selected award winning literature that is pertinent to the girls’ environment, to their challenges and their “designated” place in society. The associate will work with participants one-on-one and in groups toward the following goals: to develop writing skills (poetry, fiction and non-fiction), to use writing as a form of self-expression, and to read their works and those of other writers aloud in a public setting with confidence.
 
The associate will coordinate a small onsite event during Sisterhood hours for all participants to present their works to friends, family and members of the community at the end of March.
 
Application Deadline: The application for this job posting has passed.
 

Posting Date: 09/22/2017
Position: State Director, AOF and Fellow, CCS 
Company: Advocates for Ohio’s Future / Center for Community Solutions 

Advocates for Ohio’s Future is a statewide coalition of over 475 local and statewide organizations that promote health and human service budget and policy solutions so all Ohioans live better lives. This position is located in Columbus, Ohio.
 
Application Deadline: 10/20/2017 at 5 PM
 

Posting Date: 09/22/2017
Position: General Manager
Company: Les Délices

The General Manager works with the Artistic Director in conducting the organization’s business operations. The General Manager may work remotely and determines his/her own hours although he/she is required to attend various meetings in the office and other locations and to work at all local concert performances. Some evening and weekend work will be required. It is expected that the General Manager will work an average of 25-30 hours per week for 48 weeks per year.
 
Application Deadline: 10/06/2017
 

Posting Date: 09/14/2017
Position: Research Associate
Company: Team Neo

Manages projects and project teams, with Vice-President and independently, in providing technical assistance to internal and external clients, economic development organizations, state, county and local government entities as well as not-for-profit, for-profit and project clients. Participates in project strategies, planning, development, coordination, and management. Performs a variety of administrative duties relative to project management and tracking. Interacts professionally with all internal and external customers using strong customer service skills.

Application Deadline: 09/20/2017
 

Posting Date: 09/11/2017
Position: Analyst - Income Security and Labor Programs
Company: Congressional Budget Office

The Congressional Budget Office is a small nonpartisan agency that provides economic and budgetary analysis to the Congress. CBO’s Budget Analysis Division seeks two analysts to work in its Income Security and Education Cost Estimates Unit, which is responsible for preparing multiyear budget projections and producing cost estimates for legislative proposals related to education, income security, social security, nutrition, and housing programs.
 
Responsibilities:
 
One analyst will be responsible for program areas that include unemployment insurance, pension insurance, and other labor-related issues; the other will cover the Supplemental Security Income program, nutrition programs, and other programs serving low-income families.

Application Deadline: October 2, 2017

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Posting Date: 09/07/2017
Position: Community Engagement Organizer
Company: Ohio City Incorporated

Ohio City Incorporated has recently completed its 3-year strategic plan and we are excited about this position’s role in contributing to neighborhood engagement through community building and inclusivity initiatives. The Community Engagement Organizer is responsible for communicating with, engaging and improving the quality of life for Ohio City residents. This position serves a vital role in building relationships and lines of communication with all stakeholders in the Ohio City neighborhood.

Responsibilities:

  • This position will be responsible for creating a more inclusive and engaged neighborhood. This includes creating opportunity for increased resident involvement and leadership as well as identifying leaders in the neighborhood and providing further leadership opportunities for these residents.
  • The organization is constantly seeking opportunities to build relationships with residents underrepresented in our organization and engaging them in building connections amongst residents.
  • Disseminate Ohio City communications to residents and neighborhood stakeholders through online/email communications, outreach campaigns as well as face to face interactions.
  • Independent worker with experience in project management including creating and managing budgets and required reporting.
  • Develop new opportunities for resident involvement and leadership; recruit volunteers; and provide opportunity for neighborhood and community development.
  • Attend block club meetings and community events.
  • Conduct outreach campaigns.
  • Work with all areas of the organization as well as the Community Engagement Committee of the board to ensure timely internal and external communication of community projects.
  • Work with the supervisor on special initiatives including the Ohio City Farm, the Ohio City LGBTQ initiative, the Nonprofit Dialogues and the Miami University Urban Teaching Cohort.
  • Collect and compile necessary data and evaluation requests.
  • Other duties as assigned.
Application Deadline: The application for this job posting has passed.
 

Posting Date: 09/05/2017
Position: Analyst - Scorekeeping
Company: Congressional Budget Office

The Congressional Budget Office is a small nonpartisan agency that provides economic and budgetary analysis to the Congress. The Budget Analysis Division seeks an analyst to work in its Scorekeeping Unit, which is primarily responsible for preparing cost estimates for 12 annual appropriation bills at each stage of House and Senate action. 
 
Responsibilities:
 
The analyst will be responsible for two of those appropriation bills, to be determined at the time of hiring. The analyst will coordinate estimates, collaborating closely with others in the division, and will present analyses to key Congressional staff members of the House and Senate Budget Committees, the Committees on Appropriations, authorizing committees, and staff working for individual Members of Congress. The analyst also will review proposals in the President's annual budget, assist in preparing the baseline budgetary projections that CBO supplies to the Congress three times each year, work with other analysts to determine the effects of authorizing proposals on subsequent appropriation legislation, and contribute to an annual report, Expired and Expiring Authorizations of Appropriations.
 
Application Deadline: September 17, 2017
 

Posting Date: 08/25/2017
Position: Heritage Home Program Assistant
Company: Cleveland Restoration Society

The Cleveland Restoration Society is a non-profit, 501(c)(3) membership organization dedicated to the preservation of greater Cleveland's historic resources. The Society advocates for the preservation of historic landmarks in greater Cleveland; promotes awareness of historic resources through educational programs and publications; sponsors events for its members; operates a Sacred Landmarks Assistance Program to aid the caretakers of religious landmarks with repair and maintenance issues, and operates the Heritage Home Program, a unique homeowner assistance program, in 38 cities and villages in Cuyahoga, Summit, Geauga and Lorain Counties.

Qualifications: 
  • Exceptional customer service and enjoyment working with the public both in person and on the phone
  • Ability to handle a high volume, fast paced environment
  • Technological skill with CRM software, Microsoft Office Suite - Outlook, Word, Excel, PowerPoint - printers, cameras, projectors
  • Excellent time management and resourcefulness
  • Clear communication
  • Education or experience in nonprofit organizations and historic preservation field preferred, but not required
Responsibilities:
  • Acting as first point of contact for clients on the phone and email
  • Scheduling Heritage staff on site visits
  • Providing site visit follow-up for clients through personalized letters and emails
  • Data entry in CRS proprietary database
  • Assistance with CRS special programming, events and presentations as needed 

Application Deadline: September 5, 2017

To apply please submit your resume, college and university transcripts and a writing sample by email to: Thomas A. Jorgensen, Chief Operating Officer, no later than September 5, 2017. No calls please.


Posting Date: 07/26/2017
Position: Donor Relations Officer
Company: Cleveland Foundation

The Donor Relations Officer is responsible for attracting and retaining the philanthropic support of donors by understanding, serving, advising, and engaging donors to ensure they achieve their philanthropic goals. 

Responsibilities:
  • Actively cultivate relationships with an assigned portfolio of donors to inspire and engage their philanthropic interests and goals. Donors may include individuals, families, corporations, non-profit organizations, and distribution committees (such as supporting organizations, committee-advised and scholarship funds).
  • Collaborate with Advancement staff on joint opportunities where appropriate. Focus on attracting additional gifts from assigned donors.
  • Serve as the primary contact for donors regarding the status of their funds and fund grantmaking in accordance with the Foundation’s core and enhanced service options and fee structure.
  • Make effective presentations to existing donors and prospects, communicating the full capabilities and accomplishments of the foundation.
  • Proactively align donor interests with grantmaking opportunities, including partnership grants with the Foundation where appropriate. Respond to donor requests for information and serve as a link to Foundation resources.
  • Encourage and facilitate donors’ use of the interactive online service that provides donors with access to fund information and information about grantmaking opportunities through the Foundation’s website.
  • Assist with the development of and execution of donor recognition events and/or education sessions consistent with the Foundation’s overall donor relations strategies. This includes encouraging donors’ attendance at events.
  • Collaborate with appropriate Foundation staff on donor-related communications (i.e., newsletters, annual report, event marketing, special mailings, surveys, etc.).
  • Work in cross-disciplinary teams with Foundation colleagues as requested on special assignments that serve to enhance the Foundation’s advancement activities.

Application Deadline: August 12, 2017

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Posting Date: 07/25/2017
Position: Manager - Community Development
Company: City of Euclid

Responsible for complex grant coordination and administration related to the daily operations of the U. S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) Community Development Block Grant (CDBG) and HOME Investment Partnership Program (HOME) funded programs and other planning and development related grants.  This includes preparation of grant applications, corresponding with HUD officials and other grant agencies,  preparing and submitting the CDBG budgets, assuring all grant expenditures are in conformance with related regulations, preparing and monitoring contracts, preparing reports, documentation, forms, and memos required to obtain and maintain funding from HUD, coordinating and documenting citizen participation processes and meeting with auditors and providing reconciled documentation for all grant related expenditures.   Administers various grants and other special projects and performs related planning, development and administrative activities as needed. Works under the supervision of the Director of Planning and Development.

Application Deadline: The application for this job posting has passed.

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Posting Date: 07/24/2017
Position: Economic Development Specialist
Company: Lorain County

The Lorain County Board of Commissioners is accepting applications for an Economic Development Specialist for the Community Development Department. A Bachelor’s degree in Economic Development or Public or Business Administration preferred. Knowledge of computer programs, grant writing, finance, ability to research and interpret complex technical materials, business plans, financial and credit reports are some of the essential skills required for this position. Knowledge of State economic development, housing and infrastructure programs a plus.

Application Deadline: The application for this job posting has passed.

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Posting Date: 07/05/2017
Position: Director
Company: Bedford Historical Society

Experienced nonprofit professional wanted for exciting opportunity to enhance educational displays with staff and grow the Board of rustees for continued success. Build on 65 years of preserving and interpreting history in Bedford, Bedford Heights, Oakwood Village, Walton Hills and Maple Heights. Part time management position, offers flexible hours. Passion for history, clear delegation, community relations, and 
excellent written and oral communication skills necessary. Send resume and cover letter to BedfordOhioHistorical@gmail.com

Application Deadline: July 20, 2017


Posting Date: 06/29/2017
Position: Economic Development Specialist
Company: Ohio University

The Economic Development Specialist will conduct applied research on community and economic development projects in conjunction with the supervisor, professional staff, and students. Position duties include using common economic development analytical techniques to compile and analyze publicly-available economic, demographic, industry, and occupational data; conduct industry cluster analysis; and conduct economic impact analyses and other research using common economics-based statistical techniques. Strong academic and professional writing skills are required to contribute to research reports. The position will assist the supervisor and other faculty and staff with writing grant proposals and managing projects. Experience with research and practice grounded in economic concepts and their application in a rural area is preferred.
 
Research duties include compiling and analyzing economic, demographic, industry, and occupational trend data using common economic development techniques, including, but not limited to calculation of location quotients, industry cluster analysis, shift-share analysis, retail pull factors calculation, skillshed analysis, and economic forecasting based on publicly-available data such as U.S. Census Bureau, Bureau of Labor Statistics, Bureau of Economic Analysis, and similar data sources. This position will also collaborate with economic development project leaders, staff, and students on economic and community development projects as assigned; assist with managing multiple projects; write grant applications, project reports; and prepare and deliver presentations.

Application Deadline: The position will remain open until filled. For full consideration, please apply by July 31, 2017

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Posting Date: 06/22/2017
Position: Analyst, Lease Administration
Company: CBRE

Under general supervision, upholds the integrity of real estate portfolio data for assigned portfolio of clients. Inputs, maintains, organizes and reports on information regarding lease dates, dollar values and financial accounting transactions into a lease management software database. Prepares, processes and reconciles AR & AP transactions to ensure accurate and current lease information is maintained.

Application Deadline: The application for this job posting has passed.

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Posting Date: 06/19/2017
Position: Part Time Accountant
Company: Spanish American Committee

Responsible for forecasting and resource allocation, managing accounts payables and account receivables, maintaining organizational budget and preparing program budgets as needed, participating in audits and preparing statements for CPA’s and outside auditors, preparing disbursement requests and preparing journal entries, etc. Please see the job description for official details about this position.

Application Deadline: The application for this job posting has passed.

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Posting Date: 06/19/2017
Position: Little Footsteps Site Administrator
Company: Little Footsteps Bilingual Child Enrichment Center

This position is an exempt professional management position. Under general supervision, the manager operates the childcare program in  conformance with institutional regulations and state of Ohio licensing provisions. Responsibilities include the overall management of the early childhood program and its operation, as well as facilitating, planning and coordinating of the children's educational programs and activities.

Application Deadline: The application for this job posting has passed.

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Posting Date: 06/15/2017
Position: Community Engagement Organizer
Company: Ohio City Incorporated

Ohio City Incorporated has recently completed its 3-year strategic plan and we are excited about this position’s role in contributing to neighborhood engagement through community building and inclusivity initiatives. The Community Engagement Organizer is responsible for communicating with, engaging and improving the quality of life for Ohio City residents. This position serves a vital role in building relationships and lines of communication with all stakeholders in the Ohio City neighborhood.

Application Deadline: The application for this job posting has passed.

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Posting Date: 06/13/2017
Position: Executive Director
Company: Neighborhood Housing Services of Greater Cleveland (NHSGC)

The Executive Director will report to the Board of Directors and will be responsible for providing strategic leadership, administration and management of NHSGC. The Executive Director will work collaboratively with the Board of Directors to execute a highly strategic vision dedicated to establishing new pathways to private and public capital that will generate sustainable programs and activities that support the organizational mission of helping residents Achieve, Preserve and Sustain Homeownership in the Greater Cleveland, Ohio area.

The Executive Director must have a proven track record of successfully working with corporate, private, governmental and quasi-governmental partners and funders. This individual should have experience in the following areas including: housing and homeownership, financial education, finance, capital lending, real estate development and grants. NHSGC's Executive Director must be a visionary leader who leads and facilitates access to capital and other initiatives to enhance and sustain NHSGC's financial goals and mission-driven opportunities. The Executive Director will also skillfully establish NHSGC as a thought leader and successful partner in the housing and homeownership sector in the Greater Cleveland, Ohio area.

Application Deadline: The application for this job posting has passed.

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Posting Date: 06/02/2017
Position: Community Organizer
Company: Detroit Shoreway Community Development Organization

Detroit Shoreway is proud to be one of the most diverse neighborhoods in the city of Cleveland, both racially and socio-economically. However, residents do not tend to interact across racial or socio-economic lines, and not all residents feel connected to Detroit Shoreway Community Development Organization (DSCDO) and the programs, services and resources DSCDO offers. By working with neighborhood leaders, the Community Organizer will facilitate community- building initiatives designed to improve conditions, quality of life and racial equity in the Detroit Shoreway neighborhood. Additionally, this position supports residents in addressing quality of life concerns by working with neighbors, city officials, schools and other partner organizations.

Application Deadline: July 7, 2017 at 5:00pm (EDT)

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Posting Date: 06/01/2017
Position: Economic Development Coordinator
Company: Metro West

Metro West Community Development Organization is a program of the Detroit Shoreway Community Development Organization. The Economic Development Coordinator will be responsible for supporting the overall economic development, coordination and implementation of commercial/retail district revitalization for the Stockyard, Clark-Fulton and Brooklyn Centre neighborhoods. These responsibilities include coordinating business associations, Storefront Renovation Program, design review within the local landmark districts, retail development, major commercial corridor planning and merchant support.

Application Deadline: The application for this job posting has passed.

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Posting Date: 5/30/2017
Company: The Innovation Mission

The Innovation Mission: Fighting Poverty With Big Ideas is a ground-breaking initiative of the Sisters of Charity Foundation of Cleveland in collaboration with Cleveland Leadership Center.

We seek individuals who are big thinkers with an innovative idea they wish to build out so it can help people in need. Through this 18-month fellowship, you can turn that idea into a real-life solution, becoming innovators in breaking the cycle of poverty.

Application Deadline: July 17, 2017

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Posting Date: 5/25/2017
Company: Green Corps

The mission of Green Corps is to train organizers, provide field support for today's critical environmental campaigns, and graduate activists who possess the skills, temperament and commitment to fight and win tomorrow's environmental battles.

Application Deadline: The application for this job posting has passed.

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Posting Date: 5/25/2017
Position: Assistant Policy Director
Company: American Civil Liberties Union

For more than 93 years, the American Civil Liberties Union has been at the forefront of every major battle for civil liberties and social justice in this country. Principles and nonpartisan, the ACLU brings together activists from all walks of life in the advancement of equality, fairness, and freedom, especially for the most vulnerable in our society.

The ACLU of Ohio seeks a motivated professional to help us advance this mission.

The Assistant Policy Director leads the policy department in integrated strategies to address, and further the goals of, the ACLU of Ohio's priority issue campaigns.

Ideal candidates will have outstanding verbal and written communication skills, an outgoing personality, and an ability to travel.

This is an exciting opportunity to build a career in the service of social justice with a dynamic nonprofit organization. ACLU of Ohio staff are committed to equality, respectful of diversity, and are willing to go above and beyond to get the job done.

Over the years staff members have found the ACLU to be an accomodating, inspiring and fun place to work. Although the environment is informal - staff members wear jeans to work a good deal of the time - we are an activist, hard-working team involved in the life of the community.

Application Deadline: The application for this job posting has passed.

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Posting Date: 5/24/2017
Position: Development Assistant
Company: Towards Employment

The Development Assistant will provide administrative support for TE's development strategies related to fund development, grants management, events, and marketing.

Application Deadline: The application for this job posting has passed.

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Posting Date: 5/12/2017
Position: Community Safety Organizer
Company: Tremont West Development Corporation and Ohio City Incorporated

This position will allow the community development corporations (CDCs) of the Tremont and Ohio City neighborhoods to share a staff person whom engages and organizes the residents of both communities on quality of life and safety issues. This person will focus on responding to resident needs and inquiries, utilize existing programs and develop and initiate new proactive solutions to address issues, as well as working with and building bridges between the community and the second district police department, county prosecutor’s office and court system.

Application Deadline: June 9, 2017 at 5:00pm (EDT)

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Posting Date: 4/24/2017
Position: Student Assistant
Company: City of Cleveland

Under supervision of the Office of Sustainability, the Sustainability Student Assistant is responsible for implementation of the City of Cleveland's annual Summer Rain Barrel and Rain Garden Programs. The City of Cleveland Summer Rain Barrel Program was established in 2008 in partnership with Mayor Frank G. Jackson's Youth Summer Employment Program (YSEP), the Northeast Ohio Regional Sewer District (NEORSD), Cleveland Division of Water (CWD), local Community Development Corporations (CDCs) and Youth Opportunities Unlimited (YOU). The program annually offers rain barrels to City of Cleveland residents free of charge with the goal of reducing stormwater runoff and educating residents on effective stormwater management practices.

Application Deadline: May 5, 2017 at 11:59pm (EDT)

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Posting Date: 4/24/2017
Position: Program Coordinator
Company: Leadership Geauga

The Program Coordinator holds a key position in the organization. Under the direction of the Executive Director, the Program Coordinator collaborates with the Executive Director and the Board of Trustees to support and promote the organization’s mission by carrying out key tasks to keep the programs, services, class activities and fundraising operating smoothly to ensure a quality experience for the Leadership Geauga community. The Program Coordinator is specifically responsible to manage the Leadership Geauga Youth Class and respective youth days. As a member of a small, highly engaged team, this position requires energy, self-direction and a team commitment.  Working as a front line member of the organization, this position is expected to represent the organization with professional demeanor and appearance at all times.

Application Deadline: Priority will be given to applicants who submit application materials by April 21st but position will remain open until filled.

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Posting Date: 4/17/2017
Position: Community Outreach Coordinator
Company: Westown Community Development Corporation

The Community Outreach Coordinator is responsible for managing neighborhood nuisance abatement initiatives to improve quality of life issues in WCDC’s service area.

Application Deadline: The application for this job posting has passed.

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Posting Date: 4/12/2017
Position: Americorps Member
Company: City Year

Your service will focus on helping students get and/or remain on track to graduate by providing academic support, delivering behavior and attendance coaching and encouraging student engagement to promote a positive school climate. Beginning each day before the first school bell rings and staying until the last child leaves the after-school program; you’ll serve students, schools and communities through:

Academic Support: Planning tutoring sessions and providing one-on-one or small group literacy and/or math tutoring before, during and after school; partnering with teachers and school staff to create and facilitate academic events and learning activities; regularly document students’ academic progress.
 
Attendance and Positive Behavior Encouragement: Leading energetic morning greetings, making attendance and positive phone calls to home, facilitating small group and one-to-one social-emotional skills development programs.

Community and School Improvements: Organizing and leading activities, celebrations and projects to improve the community and school environment Team-based service is at the heart of City Year. You will be assigned to a diverse team of 8-15 young adults and you will serve with that team for the duration of the year.

Application Deadline: April 30, 2017.

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Posting Date: 4/12/2017
Position: Outreach Coordinator
Company: Ronald Mcdonald House

Ronald McDonald House® of Cleveland, Inc. ("RMH”) is currently seeking to fill a newly created position for a permanent part-time  Outreach Coordinator (29 hours per week), which will be primarily responsible for recruiting volunteers to support the successful operation of the Ronald McDonald House® of Cleveland, Inc. ("RMH”) as well supporting the needs of the RedTreehouse.org website.

The Outreach Coordinator reports directly to the Director of Marketing & Outreach to advance the mission of RMH in a manner consistent with the excellent quality of services provided to families in crisis since 1979. In addition, this position will also support the Red Treehouse Program Manager with promotion and management of the RedTreehouse.org website.

The Outreach Coordinator interfaces and communicates with the House Volunteer Manager and Family Room Coordinators to ensure guest needs are being met, focusing on operational priorities and all areas involving volunteers.

In the spirit of teamwork, the Outreach Coordinator will interact in collaboration with RMH staff and volunteers to provide support and assistance in the fulfillment of their goals and objectives.

Application Deadline: The application for this job posting has passed.

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Posting Date: 4/12/2017
Position: Administrative Assistant
Company: Ronald Mcdonald House

Ronald McDonald House® of Cleveland, Inc. ("RMH”) is currently seeking an Administrative Assistant who will report directly to the Executive Director. In the spirit of teamwork, the Administrative Assistant will interact in collaboration with the RMH staff and volunteers to provide support and assistance in the fulfillment of their goals and objectives. The Administrative Assistant supports both the internal and external operations of the Ronald McDonald House® of Cleveland, Inc. ("RMH"). The Assistant's hours follow a general business office schedule, with flexibility to attend evening meetings and/or events as needed.

Application Deadline: The application for this job posting has passed.

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Posting Date: 4/12/2017
Position: AmeriCorps VISTA Summer Associate Community Engagement Specialists
Company: Shaker Heights Development Corporation

Shaker Heights Development Corporation (SHDC) is hiring an AmeriCorps VISTA Summer Associate for Community Engagement. The Summer Associate will work withentrepreneurs and stakeholders in an emerging commercial corridor in Shaker Heightsthat is anchored by a co-work, office and programming facility, The Dealership.

Application Deadline: April 24, 2017.

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Posting Date: 4/12/2017
Position: AmeriCorps VISTA Community Engagement Specialist
Company: Shaker Heights Development Corporation

Shaker Heights Development Corporation (SHDC) is hiring an AmeriCorps VISTA Community Engagement  specialist. The Community Engagement specialist will work with entrepreneurs and stakeholders in an emerging commercial corridor in Shaker Heights that is anchored by a co-work, office and programming facility, The Dealership. 

Application Deadline: April 10, 2017.

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Posting Date: 4/12/2017
Position: Director of Operations
Company: NEOCH

We are seeking a compassionate and understanding advocate who is familiar with the struggles of homelessness, knowledgeable of housing policy, and well-versed in the Continuum of Care and alternative solutions to the homeless crisis in Northeast Ohio. We prefer an energetic and innovative thinker who is unafraid of controversy and has the capacity to lead, inspire, and drive movements of change throughout the region.

Application Deadline: April 20, 2017.

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Posting Date: 4/5/2017
Position: Police Officer
Company: Sylvania Township Police Department

The Sylvania Township Police Department is a diverse group of dedicated employees that are united in a common goal to provide safety and welfare of the citizens of Sylvania Township. Successful candidates must be individuals who share the values of the Sylvania Township. We must display the highest level of integrity and ethical standards, and must be team oriented with a high level of maturity and personal responsibility. Applicants must display cultural awareness and sensitivity. This position demands and requires personal dedication to our Community.

Application Deadline: The application for this job posting has passed.

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Posting Date: 4/5/2017
Position: Police/Fire Dispatcher
Company: Sylvania Township Police Department

The Sylvania Township Police Department is a diverse group of dedicated employees that are united in a common goal to provide safety and welfare of the citizens of Sylvania Township. Successful candidates must be individuals who share the values of the Sylvania Township. We must display the highest level of integrity and ethical standards, and must be team oriented with a high level of maturity and personal responsibility. Applicants must display cultural awareness and sensitivity. This position demands and requires personal dedication to our Community.

Application Deadline: The application for this job posting has passed.

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Posting Date: 4/5/2017
Position: Marketing & Promotion Coordinator
Company: Old Brooklyn

In conjunction with existing staff the Marketing and Promotions Coordinator will focus on experiential marketing and social media  promotion. OBCDC operates several events annually, in addition to events put on in partnership with local groups and individual “ambassadors”. The Coordinator will develop, organize and oversee the implementation and execution of CDC events. Additionally this role will operate and manage social media accounts and work with the rest of the staff to develop strategies to ensure all channels are used effectively. The Coordinator will support the overall staff on communications efforts and promoting programs, projects and other promotion needs. This position reports to the Director of Marketing and Development. 

Application Deadline: April 21, 2017 at 5.00pm (EDT)

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Posting Date: 4/4/2017
Position: Geographic Information Systems (GIS) Analyst
Company: City of Cleveland Heights

Manages all aspects of the GIS System and Services. Conducts complex geospatial and geostatistical analysis analysis, performs GIS data management and develops GIS products (e.g. maps, datasets, summary reports) to support the City of Cleveland Heights projects and programs. Responsible for ensuring accessibility, usability and quality of GIS information through development, implementation and enforcement of City's applications, tools, processes and standards. Acts as a technical resource to support and/or manage tasks within a project to meet established scope, quality, schedules and budget expectations. Performs other duties of a similar nature as may be required.

Application Deadline: The application for this job posting has passed.

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Posting Date: 3/31/2017
Position: Data Analyst
Company: Jumpstart

Supporting the entire organization, the Data Analyst is responsible for gathering and interpreting data on entrepreneurs across Northeast Ohio through surveys and basic research. The Data Analyst will also be responsible for creating reports (including custom coding of new reports) from internal and external data for grant reporting, marketing, and operations research. The Data Analyst works closely with internal stakeholders across the organization as well as external customers, clients and partners to understand, document and analyze data against business objectives. The Data Analyst applies qualitative and quantitative techniques to interpret the data and produce substantiated recommendations and publicly available reports.

Application Deadline: The application for this job posting has passed.

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Posting Date: 3/29/2017
Position: Planner
Company: St. Louis County, Missouri

St. Louis County, Missouri, is seeking a motivated planning professional to join the newly reorganized Planning team. Responsibilities include a broad range of community and land planning activities, including: developing and managing planning projects, preparing community plans, and planning reports; conducting a broad range of community engagement and outreach activities; preparing analysis and recommendations for rezoning and subdivision requests, reviewing site plans and subdivision plats, and making public presentations. dditionally, this position will also be responsible for staffing the Planning Commission and Board of Zoning Adjustment, preparing maps using ArcGIS, conducting field work, and working with design professionals and the general public. 

Application deadline: April 7, 2017.

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Posting Date: 3/29/2017
Position: Economic Development AmeriCorps VISTA Volunteer
Company: Detroit Shoreway

In partnership with DSCDO’s Economic Development Director, the Urban Economic Development VISTA will work towards DSCDO’s goals through:

  • Meeting monthly with both the Detroit Avenue Merchants’ Association and the Lorain Avenue Merchants’ Association
  • Strengthening neighborhood business districts by helping to grow Merchant Association participation, and by supporting and promoting Merchant Association initiatives
  • Meeting one-on-one with neighborhood small businesses on an ongoing basis
  • Learning about small business resources (such as those listed on the City of Cleveland Economic Development Department website) in order to connect neighborhood businesses to those resources
  • Building partnership with a local partner agency in order to provide job readiness training opportunities to neighborhood residents
  • Working with the neighborhood business community to establish a “hire local” pledge

Application deadline: April 21, 2017.

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Posting Date: 3/29/2017
Position: Research Analyst
Company: Jobs Ohio

JobsOhio seeks a research professional to support its mission of attracting new jobs and capital investment to Ohio. The Research Analyst is an integral member of the Organization. The Organization’s research capability and delivery is an important aspect of what differentiates it from other statewide economic development groups around the country. Research fuels statewide marketing by creating insights about what Ohio has to offer to new businesses. It also helps deliver customized data relevant to company decision makers when considering investment in Ohio.

Application Deadline: The application deadline for this job posting has passed.

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Posting Date: 3/22/2017
Position: Economic Oportunity Coordinator
Company: Americorps VISTA

The VISTA will work towards job goals through:

  • Continuing to develop and expand a local hiring program that connects individuals living in public housing in the Central neighborhood to job opportunities at the three anchor institutions.
  • Connecting people experiencing homelessness and currently incarcerated women to resources , work experience, and educational opportunities in the Campus District and neighboring communities.
  • Assisting in the development of a Business Improvement District (BID) in the northern Campus District to increase safety and attract businesses to vacant buildings.
  • Building the anchor institution housing initiative, which will incentivize employees at the three anchor institutions to live in new mixed-income housing being developed in the southern part of the Campus District/Central neighborhood.
  • Connecting and communicating with neighborhood residents, businesses, organizations, and institutions, by editing the Campus District, Inc.'s bi-monthly e-n