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Project Manager for the Missouri River Recovery Implementation Committee (MRRIC) – Tucson, Arizona
Morris K. Udall Scholarship and Excellence in National Environmental Policy Foundation, Other Agencies and Independent Organizations
Job ID: 160324Start Date: 10/09/2019End Date: 11/01/2019
General Qualifications Advanced degree and three (3) years of relevant experience. In lieu of an advanced degree, an undergraduate degree and five (5) years of comparable experience is required. Demonstrated ability to work independently, while also capable of working collaboratively with a team, to develop and carry out program and project priorities and tasks. Demonstrated excellence in both oral and written communication. Experience with common software to design, manage, or produce databases, spreadsheets, word documents, and presentations, often using research tools, online collaboration tools, and social media. Contracting Qualifications At least three (3) years’ experience with federal contracting, grants, or agreement processes. Working knowledge of federal contracting, grants, or agreement procedures. Maintenance of a Federal Acquisition Certification for Program and Project Managers (FAC-P/PM), Entry Level, or a willingness to meet the requirements of the Federal Acquisition Certification for Program and Project Managers (FAC-P/PM), Entry Level, within one year of start date. Project Management Qualifications Experience as a project manager, team lead, and/or facilitation lead. Experience managing small to moderate size project teams. Ability to lead projects of moderate complexity within scope and budget. Ability to balance several projects and priorities simultaneously. Experience conducting problem solving collaboratively with other federal, state, regional, tribal, or local governments and other private sector organizations or public institutions on matters that relate to public policy decisions. Environmental Experience Qualifications (preferred, but not required) Experience working on environmental, natural resources or land use laws, science, policy, planning, or management of complex public policy issues. Experience supporting large environmental collaboration and conflict resolution projects, including national level or high-profile projects with increasing levels of responsibility. Including experience in public policy negotiations or other consensus seeking processes. Demonstrated competency in the numerous skills required for ECR processes, including situation assessment, neutrality, process design, and large public meeting facilitation. Basic familiarity and experience as a trainer or instructor in the areas of conflict resolution, mediation, or dispute resolution.
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