The fundamental reason that this classification exists is to plan, develop and organize community organizations and city departments with related city services in activities related to promoting a sustainable and clean environment. The Coordinator works to promote citizen involvement in environmental issues and serves as a liaison between the City, nonprofit agencies, private companies, and citizen and neighborhood groups. The major responsibilities for this classification include administering and monitoring grant projects/contracts, networking, developing events and programs, developing and providing resources for volunteer groups, and performing related plan implementation and administrative tasks. This classification reports to the Director of Public Works.
Bachelor’s Degree in Arts, Marketing, Business or Public Administration or related field and three (3) or more years nonprofit fundraising to include experience on a board of directors, either as an executive director, or in another board role, plus one (1) or more years working with an executive board and staff to ensure that the mission is fulfilled through programs and services, strategic planning and community outreach.
NOTE: Qualifying education, training and experience that provide
the requisite knowledge, skills and abilities to perform the job will be