The Society of Municipal Arborists (SMA), in conjunction with the USDA Forest Service (USDA-FS) Urban and Community Forestry (U&CF) Program, is launching the third year of a Municipal Forestry Intern Program (SMA Intern). Summer of 2013.
Community Development Program Director (Director of Tennessee Main Street)
The Director of Tennessee Main Street has supervisory responsibility over the Tennessee Main Street program and the Tennessee Downtowns program. The director works within the
Community and Rural Development team supporting all elements of the division's mission across the state.
Retail Recruiter Position Available
Part-TimeThe primary role of the Retail Recruiter is to address downtown retail vacancies through the recruitment of targeted businesses and to promote retail business development within the Borough of Carlisle, Cumberland County, Pennsylvania.
Downtown Carlisle Association
53 West South Street, Carlisle, PA 17013
The Downtown Carlisle Association is an equal opportunity employer.
Economic Development Analyst 1----- Department of Community & Economic Development
Work Location: Keystone Building, 4th Floor
400 North Street
Harrisburg, PA 17120
Type of Job: Non-Civil Service
Bargaining Unit: A4
Seniority Unit: Headquarters Harrisburg
Type Position: Permanent / Full Time
Salary Range: $38,866 - $59,071
Pay Schedule / Range: ST / ST06
Posting Length: 15 days
Posting Dates: 10/3/2012 - 10/17/2012
Contact Number: (717)346-7788 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Information: Standard work hours at DCED are 8:30 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. but may be flexible.
Description of Duties: This position, with supervision, is responsible for undertaking the following Account Manager functions pertaining to funding awards under the Keystone Communities Appropriation: application review, entering appropriate information into the Electronic Single Application System, recommending project funding and or rejection, preparation of supplemental contractual documents, and monitoring the execution of the contracts.
This position, with supervision, is responsible for initiating the processing of payment requests after the contracts are finalized.
Works in conjunction with the Department's consultant to provide technical assistance to designated Main Streets, Elm Street and Enterprise Zones pertaining to the review and approval of contracts and payments.
Conducts monitoring calls to project administrators and provides technical assistance as required for executed contracts.
Reviews audits and provides information necessary to resolve audit findings.
Ensures that all program requirements are followed by the grantee, that material is up-to-date, and that the overall contracts are properly administered.
Maintains an up-to-date knowledge of any changes to laws, regulations and guidelines affecting the Commonwealth's and local governments' administration and management of the Keystone Communities Program.
Assists in the development and transmission of information to applicants and grantees concerning changes to procedures that must be followed when they are administering and/or applying for new funding.
Responds to central and regional office staff requests for clarification/interpretation of applicable laws, regulations, policies and procedures related to the Keystone Communities appropriation.
Perform similar duties to assist with other state community development and tax credit programs assigned to the division, on an as necessary basis.
Performs other duties as required.
Essential Functions: 1. Communicate clearly and discreetly orally & in writing, with proper grammar, comprehending instructions
2. Perform computation/basic statistics
3. Operate standard office machines
4. Manage all aspects of recordkeeping
5. Interpret & apply complex guidelines
6. Maintain effective working relationships
7. Travel to different locations for work
8. Public Speaking to various audiences
9. Know and apply state & department administrative procedures and practices
Last Date Job Applications Will Be Accepted: Wednesday, October 17, 2012
THIS IS AN ENTRY LEVEL POSITION
Marketing & Communications Director, Ohio Historical Society
Attached is a job description for the Ohio Historical Society's opening for a Director of Marketing & Communications. This is a Leadership Team-level position that has influence over the direction of the organization in addition to the regular duties of marketing, branding, and communications. We are seeking an experienced, outcome-oriented, creative professional who is good in a team-based environment. Pay scale 13 equals a range that begins around $76K.
OHS has about 170 employees, most of whom are located in our Columbus, OH, headquarters. We are an organization undergoing rapid change (mostly for the better!). We are complex, encompassing historic preservation, the state museum, archives/library, collections management and care, outreach/field services, and education (K-16) programs. In addition, Columbus is a great city; it's the best-kept secret of the Midwest!
See the document below for more information.
President and CEO, National Trust Main Street Subsidiary
The National Trust for Historic Preservation works to save America's historic places for the next generation. We take direct, on-the-ground action when historic buildings and sites are threatened. Our work helps build vibrant, sustainable communities.
The National Trust for Historic Preservation seeks a visionary leader and strategic partner to launch a new nonprofit subsidiary to bring the 30-year success record of the National Trust Main Street Center to the next level.
See the document below for more information.
DVRPC Job Announcement
This is a supervisory-level urban planning position involving the development, management, and conduct of public transit, bicycle, and
pedestrian planning projects. Many projects are integrated and comprehensive, exploring multiple transportation modes along with their
community and development context.
Delaware Canal Regional Coordinator
The Delaware Canal Regional Coordinator implements Delaware & Lehigh National Heritage Corridor programs in the region adjacent to the 60-mile Delaware Canal in Bucks and southern Northampton counties. The coordinator's primary focus is managing Landmark Towns of Bucks County, a regional Main Street program focused on economic development activities within the four Delaware riverfront boroughs of Bristol, Morrisville, New Hope, and Yardley, in Bucks County. The coordinator is also responsible for implementing the goals of the D&L Trail Alliance, including the development of a regional trail town program in communities along the canal.