MPA and MPP Job list Current Job Openings
melissa.hall at mpa.utah.edu
Fri Mar 27 10:57:38 MDT 2015
RDA MARKETING & COMMUNICATIONS SPECIALIST
(027) $23.41 - $31.94
A ten year personal, criminal and employment background check will be required.
Works with RDA Director and staff to develop strategies for conveying the RDA's vision and development goals to the community. Works to implement these strategies through a broad range of marketing tools and initiatives. Plans, prepares, and disseminates information to the public relating to RDA development strategies, projects, programs, and current events. At the direction of RDA management, applies knowledge about the RDA, the City, and community in order to respond to media inquiries, and public comments. May act as the public relations representative for the RDA in matters involving the news/communications media. Prepares and issues RDA news releases, statements, and announcements. Researches current RDA methods of messaging, branding, marketing, public education, and improving public perception of RDA; analyzes communications effectiveness; as needed, develops alternative communications and marketing methods; presents recommendations and/or information to RDA management, and responds as directed. Works with contracted graphic designer to develop new and update existing website pages, printed materials such as educational and informational brochures, annual reports, loan program materials, signage, key project flyers, and other materials, including writing and gathering copy for review with RDA management. Assists and guides RDA staff with development of communication content and branding features; advises staff and management on best practices used in marketing, and education strategy for branding the RDA and RDA project areas to educate developers and the general public, generate developer and community interest, and attract private investment. Acts as project manager for all RDA publications, signage, and marketing materials.
Manages other special projects including: neighborhood branding, image enhancement, and marketing approaches for RDA held properties. Crafts talking points, presentations, and other materials for executive staff as needed and gives educational presentations to select groups to educate them about RDA activities. Serves as web and social media manager for the organization. Ensures consistency in the use of the RDA logo, other graphic features of branding, and communications issued to the public. Ensures that approved Logo and RDA Acknowledgement Guide requirements are included in every development agreement, contract, lease, and other documents that involve RDA participation or contribution. Monitors compliance with all such agreements. As assigned by RDA management, attends meetings with other city departments, businesses, the City Council, and other groups, to coordinate messaging as it relates to RDA participation and communications. Coordinates the photographic documentation of current and new projects through staff or contracted photography services. Composes and types letters, memoranda, reports and forms with or without review. Provides back up support for RDA staff as directed by RDA management. Handles organization and logistics for all RDA sponsored events, including open houses, project site tours, out of town site visits, and public meetings. Performs other related duties as assigned.
REDEVELOPMENT AGENCY (RDA) PROJECT COORDINATOR
(024) $20.23 - $27.59
NOTE: Please make note of the new closing date which should have been April 15th and not April 18th as previously listed.
A TEN-YEAR PERSONAL, CRIMINAL AND EMPLOYMENT BACKGROUND CHECK IS REQUIRED FOR THIS POSITION.
Performs economic analysis of proposed projects and their impact on surrounding areas in order to advise and make recommendations to the Board of Directors. Plans and coordinates the implementation of approved projects. Secures bids, negotiates with developers and property owners and authorizes changes. Handles loan requests, performs analysis of borrower financial statement, assesses sufficiency of collateral, ensures loans comply with Agency lending criteria, shepherds requests through the Agency's Loan Committee and/or Board of Directors approval process, and manages disbursements of loan funds. Conducts research and analytical studies as needed by the Director and professional staff. Compiles data, reports, manuals and publications on a wide variety of Redevelopment Agency projects and issues. Surveys other redevelopment agencies, jurisdictions and professional organizations for background materials for various studies and reports. Coordinates various meetings with community-based organizations, commercial developers, other government agencies and the general public for involvement in the planning and execution of RDA projects. Coordinates financial transactions between the Agency, property owners, contractors and developers. Maintains comprehensive records of all transactions and accounts for funds expended for specified projects. Performs other related duties as assigned.
DEPUTY DIRECTOR HOUSING & NEIGHBORHOOD DEVELOPMENT
(033) $42.84 - $54.31
A ten year personal, criminal and employment background check will be required.
Assist the Director in the implementation of both short and long-term strategies that achieve the division's mission, ensuring that there is consistent and timely progress. Management and oversight of the Housing and Neighborhood Development programs. Programs include the management of federal grant funds, affordable housing projects, capital improvement projects, impact fees, housing rehabilitation, neighborhood community center, first time homebuyer and community development. Participate in structuring, obtaining, and developing financing opportunities using federal grants, bond financing, loans, and other funding mechanisms. Create, analyze, and implement financial pro formas. Effectively manage the division's community programs. Build and strengthen relationships, and develop strategies with community partners for the implementation of the division's goals. Create opportunities for the use of the neighborhood grant program. Oversee a community center and its associated programs. Involvement in the initiation, strategic planning, implementation, and advancement of all capital asset projects and measuring the effectiveness to ensure that projects meet the short and long term needs of the City. Coordinates the review of all proposed projects through the Capital Asset Project Review Committee and the Community Development Capital Improvement Projects Citizen Review board. Provides leadership for developing, implementing, and evaluating the division's housing initiatives and programs. Ensures the development of personnel plans as they pertain to the achievement of the division's mission. Takes initiative to address and solve personnel and program problems, issues, and concerns in a timely manner. Performs other duties as assigned.
Susan G. Komen Executive Director
Job Description: Basic Function
This is a full-time salaried position leading the Utah affiliate of Susan G. Komen, the world's largest breast cancer organization.
The Executive Director is a highly skilled nonprofit professional who provides leadership, vision and direction, builds donor relationships, represents the Affiliate to the public, policy makers and community organizations, leads organizational development and strategic planning, optimizes financial performance, oversees personnel and strives to impact public. The Executive Director works closely with the Affiliate Board of Directors, Komen Headquarters and the Affiliate Network and is responsible for expanding systems and procedures to accomplish the mission and reach the strategic goals set forth by the board. The Executive Director serves as a senior level manager and develops organizational strategy, sound practices and supportive relationships, both internally and externally.
The Utah affiliate hosts two major fundraisers each year: the Komen Utah Race for the Cure in May and a gala in October. This position would best suit a nonprofit professional with extensive events and development experience. Strong PR, writing, and administrative skills are essential.
CEO - Boys and Girls Club of Weber-Davis
Salary: Competitive Salary & Benefits
Job Description: The Board of Directors of the Boys & Girls Club of Weber Davis is seeking a dedicated, career-oriented Chief Executive Officer/Executive Director to lead the agency in fulfilling its mission of providing the needed leadership, guidance, and inspiration that will help young girls and boys grow up to be responsible adults. The successful candidate will have a BA degree, administrative experience with a non-profit agency or similar business related experience, a demonstrated record of community-based achievement, and successful experience in raising funds. This position requires a working knowledge of youth-related issues, strong fiscal management skills, and excellent speaking, writing, marketing, and public relations skills. This candidate must also have a demonstrated ability to oversee a budget and the ability to maintain effective working relationships with the board of directors, staff, community volunteers and agency funding sources. Competitive salary and benefits. Send resume and references to: Boys and Girls Club of Weber Davis, Attn: Robert Bischoff, 2302 Washington Blvd, 2nd Flr, Ogden, Utah 84401. Equal Opportunity Employer
Sharing Place Utah - Executive Director
Job Description: Located in Salt Lake City, Utah, for nearly two decades The Sharing Place has fulfilled its mission to "Provide a safe and caring environment for grieving children, teens, and their families to share their feelings while healing themselves."
The Sharing Place now hosts fourteen age-appropriate grief support groups for children ages 3-18. Parents meet separately in groups designed to meet their needs. Each group is led by a coordinator and a number of volunteers who have completed extensive training. These coordinators and the support group volunteers are the heart and soul of our program.
As the program has grown over the years, the need for services in the community has also grown. The Sharing Place partners with agencies and schools across the Wasatch Front to provide outreach groups while increasing the awareness of the grief journey and the impact death of a loved one can have at different ages and stages of an individual's life.
Melissa Yack Hall, MPA, Ph.D.
MPA Program Manager
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