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  • November 18, 2020 12:25 PM | Anonymous

    Organization: Cincinnati Metro

    Metro is seeking a Short Range Service Planner I that is responsible for assisting with the development, planning, and analysis of planning studies, marketing research, federal government transit programs, and serving as a liaison to the business community, and citizen groups.  Plan and oversee capacity planning activities and ensure that passenger demand is being met by service provided on the public transport system across modes, ensuring the required data is collected and analyses are conducted to deliver high quality plans.  Focus on service data collection and analysis and complying with the Federal Transit Administration’s National Transit Database program reporting requirements. Collaborate with Operations & Maintenance and other departments on service improvement initiatives. Provide written summaries of the system’s performance and recommendations for improved services.

    JOB DUTIES

    • Monitor performance against the operational plans, and ensure that objectives are achieved and operational targets are met, raising any issues to address and identifying areas for continuous improvement (e.g. planning quality, productivity, etc)
    • Assist in conducting comprehensive operational planning for bus services in terms of fleet availability, route network, headways, trips origins and destinations in line with forecasted demand
    • Assist in the implementation and maintenance of operations/network planning procedures, system and equipment (such as the use of GIS solutions to define optimal tools for route design and service planning)
    • Assess infrastructure constraints (e.g. land use, traffic) and financial sustainability of operations/network planning alternatives and ensure the right balance of cost efficiency and service quality
    • Support in developing the business case for network expansion that takes into consideration the evolving demand for public transport (e.g. growing population, economic growth)
    • Ensure compliance with all relevant policies, procedures and controls across all network planning activities
    • Develops maps, analyses and presentation documentation using GIS, Excel and other computer-based tools
    • Develops population projections, maps and financial forecasts for SORTA’s plans and analyzes environmental and societal impacts
    • Prepares background or summary reports, documenting project decisions and progress
    • Conducts research and technical analysis, field investigation, documentation and technical analysis
    • Provides support and analysis for capital project planning
    • Provides coordination and outreach for SORTA’s Short-Range, Long-Range and Transit Development Plans
    • Prepares reports for presentation to City/County and other elected officials and public groups
    • Assists with developing forecasting and budget models for transit related services including passengers, fares, miles and hours
    • Participates in public input meetings, public hearings and other forums
    • Assist as assigned in special studies and projects
    • Ability to work in compliance with Metro's safety and security policies.
    • Provide a positive work environment that does not discriminate based on race, color, religion, gender, sexual orientation, national origin, age, disability, genetic information, marital status, amnesty or status as a covered veteran
    • Facilitate the development of strategies to meet or exceed organizational and department performance goals and objectives, monitor results, and recognize employee, department and organization accomplishments
    • Model, facilitate and encourage exemplary internal and external customer service, open communication, collaboration, participation and professional development among staff

    POSITION QUALIFICATIONS        

    • Communications - Excellent verbal, writing and non-verbal skills. Persuasive, consensus builder
    • Customer Focus - Excellent problem-solving skills and a desire to exceed customer expectations.
    • Employee Development - Competent in assessing employee skills: coaches, delegates, and supports employee development. Provides constructive feedback.
    • Leadership - Energetic, innovative self-starter, committed to continuous improvement and creative problem-solving.
    • Professional Integrity - Exhibits and values commitment, leadership, accountability, diversity, honesty, fiscal responsibility, and the ability to maximize resources
    • Proficiency - Able to multi-task, plan and measure results, create and analyze data, excellent computer skills, accuracy and attention to detail, excellent project management skills
    • Bachelor’s degree (in Transportation, Urban Planning, Geography or related field)
    • Two (2) years of experience in planning or transit planning advanced college degree may substitute for a year.
    • Advanced Working knowledge of ArcGIS, word processing and Excel. Some working knowledge of Database systems (SQL, Access) preferred.

    Apply Here.

  • November 18, 2020 12:23 PM | Anonymous

    Organization: Cincinnati Metro

    Metro is seeking a Service Planner I that is responsible for assisting with the development, planning, and analysis of planning studies, marketing research, federal government transit programs, and serving as a liaison to the business community, and citizen groups.  Focus on service data collection and analysis and complying with the Federal Transit Administration’s National Transit Database program reporting requirements.  Provide written summaries of the system’s performance and recommendations for improved services.
                                                                                             
    JOB DUTIES

    • Develops maps, analyses and presentation documentation using GIS, Excel and other computer-based tools
    • Develops population projections, maps and financial forecasts for SORTA’s plans and analyzes environmental and societal impacts
    • Prepares background or summary reports, documenting project decisions and progress
    • Assists with the preparation of transit strategies for inclusion in community and regional plans and programs, and conducts analysis and tasks to support corridor, service and regional planning
    • Conducts research and technical analysis, field investigation, documentation and technical analysis
    • Provides coordination and outreach for SORTA’s Short-Range, Long-Range and Transit Development Plans
    • Prepares reports for presentation to City/County and other elected officials and public groups
    • Assists with monitoring, analyzing, and reporting on transit system performance including on-time performance, ridership, miles, and hours
    • Assists with monitoring, analyzing, and reporting on regional developments pertaining to population, employment, retail, housing, medial and commercial-industrial activities impacting mass transportation
    • Assists with developing forecasting and budget models for transit related services including passengers, fares, miles and hours
    • Participates in public input meetings, public hearings and other forums
    • Assist as assigned in special studies and projects
    • Assists with monitoring, analyzing, and maintaining SORTA’s Automated Passenger Counting (APC) reporting systems
    • Ability to work in compliance with Metro's safety and security policies.
    • Provide a positive work environment that does not discriminate based on race, color, religion, gender, sexual orientation, national origin, age, disability, genetic information, marital status, amnesty or status as a covered veteran
    • Facilitate the development of strategies to meet or exceed organizational and department performance goals and objectives, monitor results, and recognize employee, department and organization accomplishments
    • Model, facilitate and encourage exemplary internal and external customer service, open communication, collaboration, participation and professional development among staff

    POSITION QUALIFICATIONS   

    • Communications - Excellent verbal, writing and non-verbal skills.Persuasive, consensus builder
    • Customer Focus - Excellent problem-solving skills and a desire to exceed customer expectations.
    • Employee Development - Competent in assessing employee skills: coaches, delegates, and supports employee development.Provides constructive feedback.
    • Leadership - Energetic, innovative self-starter, committed to continuous improvement and creative problem-solving.
    • Professional Integrity - Exhibits and values commitment, leadership, accountability, diversity, honesty, fiscal responsibility, and the ability to maximize resources
    • Proficiency - Able to multi-task, plan and measure results, create and analyze data, excellent
    • computer skills, accuracy and attention to detail, excellent project management skills
    • Bachelor's Degree (in Science, Urban Planning, Geography or related field)
    • 6 – 12 months of experience in transportation, transit planning or analysis
    • Advanced working knowledge of word processing, Excel and ArcGIS.  Some working knowledge of Database systems (Access) and presentations.

    Apply Here.

  • November 18, 2020 12:22 PM | Anonymous

    Organization: Cincinnati Metro

    Metro is seeking a Planning Analyst I to oversee the analysis of data related to the performance of the transit system.  Provide written summaries of the systems performance and recommendations for improved services.  Analyse and present geographic data and other data related to the service planning by managing the GIS solutions and defining optimal tools for service planning so as to achieve effective knowledge management and support Metro and bus service planning and intermodal integration.

    JOB DUTIES

    • Contribute to the translation of the Service Planning strategy into operational and business plans for GIS data capture and analysis that help meet Service Planning needs
    • Contribute to the development of the Service Planning and Analysis functional budget in order to ensure alignment with budget guidelines and departmental strategic and business plans
    • Manage the use of Metro’s GIS system to capture, analyze and present geographic data and other data related to service planning in order to provide the proper support to the planning function
    • Use GIS/Excel (and other) systems to support with short and long term route and service planning activities related to bus and Metro operations
    • Serve as reference for all land data and manage GIS (geographic information system)
    • Plot field data, constructs maps, and prepares reports to ensure providing the adequate support to the service planning function
    • Monitor, analyze, and report on transit system performance including on-time performance, ridership, miles, and hours
    • Assist with planning activities
    • Develop forecasting and budget models for transit related services including passengers, fares, miles, and hours.
    • Assist in preparing and processing annual transit data in a manner that meets the National Transit Database requirements
    • Participate in public input meetings, public hearings, and other forums
    • Serve on internal and external committees related to regional planning, public transportation, and similar areas..
    • Assist as assigned in special studies and projects
    • Monitor, analyze and maintain SORTA’s automated passenger counting (APC) reporting systems
    • Assist in the development of strategies to meet or exceed organizational and department performance goals and objectives, monitor results, and recognize employee, department and organization accomplishments
    • Model, facilitate and encourage exemplary internal and external customer service, open communication, collaboration, participation and professional development among staff
    • Provide a positive work environment that does not discriminate based on race, color, religion, gender, sexual orientation, national origin, age, disability, genetic information, marital status, amnesty or status as a covered veteran
    • Ability to work in compliance with Metro's safety and security policies
    • Other duties as assigned

    POSITION QUALIFICATIONS

    • Communications - Excellent verbal, writing and non-verbal skills.Persuasive, consensus builder
    • Customer Focus - Excellent problem-solving skills and a desire to exceed customer expectations.
    • Employee Development - Competent in assessing employee skills: coaches, delegates, and supports employee development. Provides constructive feedback
    • Leadership - Energetic, innovative self-starter, committed to continuous improvement and creative problem-solving
    • Professional Integrity - Exhibits and values commitment, leadership, accountability, diversity, honesty, fiscal responsibility, and the ability to maximize resources
    • Proficiency - Able to multi-task, plan and measure results, create and analyze data, excellent computer skills, accuracy and attention to detail, excellent project management skills
    • Bachelor's Degree (in Geography, Logistics, Planning or related field)
    • 6-12 months related experience
    • Advanced working knowledge of word processing, spreadsheets, ArcGIS, and email. Some working knowledge in database systems (Access) preferred

    Apply Here

  • November 18, 2020 12:19 PM | Anonymous

    Organization: Cincinnati Metro

    Metro is seeking a Director of Transit Development and Innovation that is responsible for continuous transit system analysis, development, and improvement; based, in part, on service and performance standards, trends and research, and funding available for transit.  Seek partnerships and opportunities to identify, design, and provide optimum services locally and regionally.

    JOB DUTIES

    • Research and apply demographic and land use conditions and trends to the analysis of transit service needs and improvement plans
    • Organize and manage planning studies and capital projects designed to enhance short and long-range transit service improvements
    • Provide updates on the status of strategic and long-range planning projects, including preparation and presentation of reports and proposals to senior management, SORTA Board of Trustees and other stakeholders
    • Establish and maintain relationships with local and regional planning and economic development entities to coordinate transit-related development and service opportunities, devise strategies that will support SORTA's long-range planning initiatives, and assure their effectiveness in meeting the region's public transportation goals
    • Serve as a community liaison to identify and develop service opportunities within and beyond Metro’s current fixed-route network, and identify activities and developments that may impact and require modifications to current Metro service
    • Review and assist in state and federal grant applications and funding that support service planning goals and objectives
    • Develop, enhance and implement Reinventing Metro plans
    • Develop scope of work for various projects as they relate to transit development and innovation
    • Direct and manage network studies, corridor studies and service changes
    • Oversee and provide direction on innovation including innovative transit solutions
    • Oversee and provide guidance on Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITS)
    • Prepare and manage the department's annual budget
    • Ensures compliance with Labor Agreements and supports EEO, Affirmative Action and DBE policies/procedures.
    • Manages direct reports including monitoring performance and attendance, and executing employee recognition, commendation, and discipline
    • Provide a positive work environment that does not discriminate based on race, color, religion, gender, sexual orientation, national origin, age, disability, genetic information, marital status, amnesty or status as a covered veteran
    • Develop and implement standards and strategies to meet or exceed organization, department, and staff performance goals and objectives, monitor results, recognize accomplishments, and oversee continuous improvement
    • Model, facilitate and encourage exemplary internal and external customer service, open communication, collaboration, participation, and professional development of staff
    • Complete special projects as assigned
    • Ability to work in compliance with Metro's safety and security policies
    • Other duties as assigned


    POSITION QUALIFICATIONS   

    • Customer Focus: Excellent problem-solving skills and a desire to exceed customer expectations
    • Employee Development: Competent in assessing employee skills: coaches, delegates, and supports employee development, provides constructive feedback
    • Professional Integrity: Exhibits and values commitment, leadership, accountability, diversity, honesty, fiscal responsibility, and the ability to maximize resources
    • Bachelor’s degree (4-year college or university) in planning, public administration, or economic development
    • Ten (10) years’ experience in transit development.
    • Proficiency with Microsoft work environment including word processing, spreadsheets, presentations, internet, and email.
    • Working knowledge of GIS and data-related applications.
    • Proven experience in innovative transit solutions and ITS
    • Working knowledge of transit planning and scheduling principles and requirements.
    • Leadership and staff management experience.
    • Excellent public speaking, writing and presentation skills.

    Apply Here

  • November 11, 2020 3:30 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Organization: Ohio Environmental Council

    Learn more and apply: https://theoec.org/careers-and-internships/enviro-policy-fellow/

    Environmental Policy Fellow

    Ohio’s environmental movement is seeking its next generation of environmental advocates, representing the diversity of perspectives, geographical locations, and backgrounds from across the state, especially those from communities most impacted by pollution. Therefore, the Ohio Environmental Council seeks candidates for its Environmental Policy Fellowship—a full-time, temporary, entry-level position for up to 2 years. This position is designed specifically to include and uplift the talents of an entry-level professional from communities and backgrounds often left out of the environmental movement.

    Job Responsibilities & Performance Expectations

    As the Environmental Policy Fellow, you will be a member of the OEC’s Advocacy Center, advancing the organization’s mission to secure healthy air, land, water, and a strong democracy for all who call Ohio home. This position is an opportunity to keenly develop skills as a policy advocate for the betterment of the Buckeye State. At the conclusion of the program, you will have the skills and experience to join any team searching for an effective advocate. Additionally, you will work closely with OEC Leadership, OEC staff, and our Board of Directors around our racial justice and equity goals, participate in the OEC’s fundraising, communications, organizing, and administrative work to gain a complete understanding of public interest non-profit organization operations to ultimately achieve the organization’s strategic plan goals.

    The Fellow’s daily responsibilities will also include:

    • evaluating and analyzing legislation and executive agency rules and regulations;
    • reaching out to, and collaborating with, partner organizations; 
    • drafting advocacy content, including position statements or blogs;
    • representing the organization at public meetings, legislative and agency hearings; and 
    • contributing to OEC’s efforts to integrate racial justice and equity into the work we do to ensure a more inclusive environmental movement in Ohio.
    • Performing other related duties as required and assigned.

    Qualifications

    • Required Work Experience: This is an entry-level position
    • Additional Skills: Well-organized; hard-working; thorough & detail-oriented; demonstrate the ability to answer research questions efficiently and with precision; understand how to work independently and in a team; and manage multiple projects at once while delivering quality results. Possess the initiative and skills required to become a policy expert and representative of the organization.
    • Required Cultural Competence: Shares our commitment to increasing racial diversity in our movement and organization, integrating justice and equity into the work we do and ensuring an inclusive organizational culture. Furthermore, we’re looking for candidates with strong listening skills and an ability to handle interpersonal relationships with grace and empathy.
    • Preferred qualifications: You have an interest in environmental issues and social justice. Nonprofit advocacy experience is a plus. Experience in a fast-paced campaign environment is a plus.

    Compensation 

    Pay for this full-time, temporary position is $36,774 annually. We have an excellent benefits package which include employer-paid health, vision, dental, and life insurance; flexible and dependent care spending account; generous paid time off; paid parental leave; and employer-matched retirement fund.

    Additional Details

    This is a Columbus-based position working in our Columbus office. However, during the COVID-19 pandemic, our staff are working remotely and will be expected to work from the office and resume in-person meetings and travel when it is safe to do so. You will report to our General Counsel and work closely with our Chief of Staff, Managing Director of Water Policy, Vice President of Energy Policy, and Staff Attorney as well as our DEI committee.

    The Fellow must be able to work occasional evenings and weekends, and be willing to occasionally travel throughout Ohio when travel resumes.

    About the OEC & Our Team:

    The mission of the Ohio Environmental Council is to secure healthy air, land, and water for all who call Ohio home. We work for pragmatic solutions to keep Ohio clean and beautiful, and our communities safe. Included in our values is a belief in bringing diverse people together for a shared purpose, forging strategic partnerships to strengthen Ohio’s environmental movement, and honoring community leadership. And we work to understand and remedy both current and historical environmental injustice caused by oppressive practices harming Ohioans and meaningfully supports our partners and the communities they represent. Please visit the OEC’s website to learn more about our vision, values, and work.

    Our team is made up of 27 staff, 20 board members, and a number of interns and volunteers who come from a variety of backgrounds, including state government, social justice and environmental organizations, law firms, and from all corners of the state. We pride ourselves on being a welcoming place for people from all backgrounds, including women, people of color, the LGBTQ community, and all religious backgrounds. 

    The Ohio Environmental Council is committed to working toward a just, equitable, diverse, and inclusive environmental movement, and seeks to hire staff and contractors that reflect the diverse communities and perspectives that comprise Ohio. The OEC is an equal opportunity employer. Candidates of all backgrounds are highly encouraged to apply.

    How to Apply 

    Send a cover letter explaining why you are the ideal candidate for the position, your resume, and references to careers@theOEC.org with “Environmental Policy Fellow” in the subject line. Applications will be considered on a rolling basis until filled.


  • November 11, 2020 3:19 PM | Anonymous member (Administrator)

    Organization: Great Parks of Hamilton County
    Learn more and apply: 
    https://www.greatparks.org/get-involved/job-opportunities


    Overview

    Great Parks of Hamilton County was created in 1930 with the mission to protect local natural resources and to provide outdoor recreation and education for area residents. You can help protect our parks and our mission by bringing your unique experience, background and perspective to work as a Park Ranger. A Park Ranger provides professional law enforcement service and protection. Maintains park security, protects and serves park visitors, protects property and enforces park regulations and state laws. A certified law enforcement officer.

    This full time position may require working first, second or third shift (or a combination) and may include working weekends and holidays. Typical starting pay rate is $21.5745/ hour

    Job Skills / Requirements

    Provides professional law enforcement protection and service. Patrols areas in cruiser, on foot, by boat, bicycle, and ATV.
    Maintains good public relations and service to park visitors. Provides information to park visitors, answers questions, gives directions, and provides assistance. Exercises tactical communication skills to assist in handling violators and general public.
    Enforces park rules, regulations and by-laws, and Federal laws and State laws. Apprehends, arrests, and processes… [more]

    Education Requirements (Any)

    High School Diploma/GED

    Certification Requirements (All)

    LEADS certifications;
    Ohio Peace Officer Annual Firearm’s Qualification.
    Ohio Basic Peace Officer Certification
    State Motor Vehicle Operator's License
    Certified in first aid and CPR
    Regional Computer Information Center Certification

    Additional Information / Benefits

    REQUIRED KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES
    Knowledge of: law enforcement; federal, state and park laws and regulations relating to law enforcement; criminal procedures; CPR, first aid and other medical procedures; tactical communications; general law enforcement safety practices; firearm safety; general park functions and services. Ability to: work in all kinds of weather conditions; maintain calm and professional demeanor under pressure; think clearly and reasonably during emergency situations; communicate effectively with all types of persons; keep calm under pressure; exercise sound judgement in dealing with a variety of situations and incidences; react appropriately in life threatening situations; maintain confidentiality of confidential or sensitive subject matter; recognize unusual, threatening or emergency situations and take appropriate actions within standard police procedure; work with, and back up fellow officers; demonstrate good observation skills; react with sound judgment and courage. Exhibit good problem solving and good judgement in keeping with the mission of the park district; maintain confidential and sensitive information; understand and demonstrate respect for cultural and socio-economic differences; support a working atmosphere consistent with Great Parks’ equal employment opportunity; embrace and support constructive change; consistently follow safety and security procedures and practices; contribute toward building a positive team working environment; establish and maintain an effective working relationship with associates, officials, general public, and other job contacts.
    Skill in: verbal communications; public relations; safe and effective use of firearms; unarmed self-defense; de-escalation techniques; operation of motor vehicle at safe speeds for quick response; use of defensive driving tactics; use of law enforcement equipment; CPR; First Aid; completing incident reports and logs.

    QUALIFICATIONS An appropriate combination of education, training, course work and experience may qualify an applicant to demonstrate required knowledge, skills, and abilities.
    Minimum Qualifications:
    • Ohio Peace Officer Certification
    • Physician’s Release Form Completed
    • Pass psychological, polygraph, and/or voice stress analysis examinations.
    • Pass a criminal background check and background check investigation.
    • Minimum 21 years of age
    • No felony or domestic violence convictions Preferred:
    • Associates degree in law enforcement, criminal justice, natural resources, or related field.

    Ability to document identity and employment eligibility within three (3) days of original appointment as a condition of employment in compliance with Immigration Reform and Control Act requirements.

    LICENSE OF CERTIFICATION REQUIREMENTS State Motor Vehicle Operator’s License that meets GPHC current carrier guidelines; Ohio Peace Officer Certification; First Aid; CPR; Regional Computer Information Center certification; LEADS certifications; Ohio Peace Officer Annual Firearm’s Qualification.

    Pay range for this position is $21.5745-$32.8491/ hour depending on experience with a typical starting range at $21.5745/ hour.

    Benefits include: medical, dental and life insurance; paid vacation, sick time and holiday pay; membership in Ohio Public Employees Retirement System; free or discounted use of many Great Parks recreational activities.

    Selection Process-
    A
    pplications must be submitted by 11:59 pm on 11/23/2020

    Phone interviews  for qualified candidates to be conducted 11/25/2020-12/05/2020Interviews are expected to begin on 12/11/2020. 
    Offer is expected to be made 12/18/2020. 


    Re-application The Ranger Department permits candidates not selected during a previous selection process to re-apply for a full-time or part-time position, unless the reason they were eliminated was of such a nature that another rejection is assured. Examples of conditions that would assure rejection may include: • Extensive criminal history. • Background that includes serious drug abuse. • Background that includes violent behavior.

    Great Parks is an equal employment opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, religion, color, sex, age, national origin, ancestry, disability, military status, or any other classification protected under applicable law

    Benefits: Medical Insurance, Life Insurance, Dental Insurance, Vision Insurance, Paid Vacation, Paid Sick Days, Paid Holidays, Pension/Retirement, Recreation Benefits

    This job reports to the Ranger Sergeant

    This is a Full-Time position Varies.

    Relocation is not provided and travel is not required

    Number of Openings for this position: 1


  • November 10, 2020 11:52 AM | Anonymous

    Organization: United Way of the Greater Dayton Area

    JOB TITLE:  Project Manager, Hall Hunger Initiative DATE: Nov 2020

    TEAM:  Community Impact

    REPORTS TO: HHI Director

    PURPOSE: Directs day to day operations developing and implementing a food delivery and rescue project. All efforts are to be conducted in close coordination with community partners including UWGDA, the Foodbank, members of the Food Equity Coalition, government entities, faith groups and community organizations.  Under the direction of the HHI Director, the person in this position will have significant responsibility for logistics, communication, planning, budgeting and coordination on all aspects of this new project.

    ABOUT YOU: If you are a self-starter, passionate about helping your community and have a proven ability to navigate the challenges of working in deep collaboration with other leaders and community organizations, we invite you to consider this unique, challenging, opportunity. 

    Required Competencies:

    Community Minded

    Excellent Communication Skills
    Team-Centered

    Results-Oriented

    Self-Directed

    Culturally Astute

    Technically Astute


    Preferred Skill Sets:


    Business Acumen

    Analytics/Problem Solving

    Interpersonal Relations 

    Emotional Intelligence

    Cross-Functional

    Press/Public Relations

    Social Media  

    KEY POSITION DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITEIS 

    Managing Food Rescue/Food Delivery Project

    • Work with community partners to determine needs and opportunities in food rescue and delivery.

    • Collaborate with key community stakeholders and leaders to develop community wide strategies and a plan to significantly increase food delivery and food rescue.

    • Collect and share information about food delivery/food rescue efforts and needs though meetings, written information and social media.

    • Research and present innovative responses to needs including social enterprise opportunities.

    • Identify funding opportunities to increase services and support fundraising activities.

    • Under direction of HHI management, identify contractors for service, negotiate services, prices and other details. Monitor expenses and income, maintain project budget.  

    • Develop and maintain a working knowledge of hunger and related activities and opportunities in the community.

    Management Functions

    • In conjunction with community partners, manage delivery and rescue projects, provide updates and respond to inquiries and requests. 

    • Represent HHI in related community stakeholder organizations, events and collaborative in accordance with goals set by HHI Director.

    • Create and manage tools which foster communication and education of food-related services and activities with individuals and stakeholders in the region.

    • Other duties as required germane to your skill sets. 

    Volunteer Relationship Management

    • Exhibit value and appreciation for all volunteers who work with HHI and United Way as appropriate.

    • Assist in identifying potential volunteers for HHI and supported projects.

    • Assist with providing appropriate staff support to HHI volunteers and VISTAs as needed.

    • Participate in United Way and other volunteer programs as appropriate to advance the work of HHI.  

    Cross-Functional Leadership

    • Work collaboratively with Community Impact to align HHI and UW efforts pertaining to food insecurity, food rescue and food delivery.

    • Support United Way initiatives that align with the work pertaining to hunger and related activities. 

    • Participate in organizations and activities in the local community to build positive relationships on behalf of HHI.

    • Learn the functions of Community Impact, Resource Development, Finance and Administration, HelpLink 211, Volunteer Connection, Labor and Marketing/Communication in order to effectively interact and work within the United Way system.   

    • Work collaboratively and cooperatively across the entire organization.                 

                    

    Required Qualifications:

    EDUCATION: Bachelor’s or Master’s Degree in related discipline preferred but not required

    EXPERIENCE: A minimum of 3 years of human service, nonprofit, public service, volunteer or business management experience

    Note:  This is a full-time grant funded position.

    Interested and qualified applicants should submit their resumes along with salary requirements to:  

    Human Resources Director

    TiffanyR@dayton-unitedway.org 

    An EEO Employer

  • November 10, 2020 11:44 AM | Anonymous

    Organization: City of Cincinnati

    General Statement of Duties

    Provides leadership and planning for the staff and nine member Urban Forestry Board; assures that four basic services are provided by the Urban Forestry Management Section of the Parks Department: (1) immediate, 24-hour response to all complaints about dangerous trees; (2) preventative maintenance on all community street trees; (3) sufficient tree planting each year to assure 100,000 street trees over the next twenty years; and (4) performance of all related miscellaneous activities for an adequate urban forest program along 1,000 miles of public streets and in parks. Performs related duties as required. 
     

    Minimum Qualifications (KSAs)

    (Illustrative only. Any one position may not require all of the listed KSAs nor do the listed examples include all the KSAs which may be required.)

    Knowledge of:
    Methods of motivation and supervision needed to keep professional staff operating at a high level.
    Public relations and education techniques used to promote the program.
    Urban forestry activities, laws, and basic premises to respond in writing for the section and its division and department heads to concerns from the public and elected officials.
    Forestry contracting necessary to supervise and inspect all work done.
    Safety policies and procedures, e.g., Employee Safety Instruction Manual.
    The forestry program sufficient to attend and speak at public meetings and write in technical journals on behalf of the City.
    Horticulture sufficient to develop training programs for various groups.

    Skill to:
    Drive a car or van.

    Ability to:
    Implement and maintain positive employee relations.
    Promote and maintain highest integrity throughout all personnel.
    Analyze and manage effective EEO/AA programs.
    Write and speak effectively both for technical and non-technical audiences.
    Create innovative ideas that the Urban Forestry Board can use to help promote the program.
    Carry out effective public relations, including using mass media to keep the citizens informed about their forest program.
    Develop an annual budget and work through City Council for special assessments, etc.
    Coordinate monthly and yearly program goals with section's long range management plan.
    Perform technical forestry research, both internally and in the field.
    Work with various City agencies on forestry activities.
    Work closely with interested departments to obtain the best contracts for the lowest price and insure quality work.

    Examples of Work Performed:
    (Illustrative only. Any one position within this classification may not include all of the duties listed nor do the listed examples include all of the tasks which may be performed.)

    Develops and follows through City Council the section's annual budget and ordinances for assessment and public tree care.
    Serves as Executive Secretary of the Urban Forestry Board.
    Works closely with the Board to develop and update the program's 20-year Forest Management Plan and to maintain a high degree of public support for the program.
    Responds, on behalf of the Director of Parks, in writing to all questions and complaints from citizens and elected officials.
    Working knowledge of current safety policies, instructions for proper usage, and other procedures and professional practices required for completing job duties.
    Identifies and eliminates all unsafe practices and conditions.
    Sets goals and standards for the section's employees and conducts all necessary personnel activities for them.
    Writes technical articles for nationwide publications and news releases for local promotion of forestry.
    Administers contracts, supervises contractors, and inspects the quality and quantity of work prior to approving any vouchers.
    Compiles survey data, writes contract specifications, and updates section's specifications with the most current technical and safety standards.
    Works in the field with community volunteers who assist with pre-work surveys.
    Conducts field work in support of the specific street tree work projects:  plantings, preventative maintenance, and emergency response.
    Reviews public tree work applications and works with other City agencies on forestry matters.
    Performs technical research and answers questions from the public.
    Works on 24-hour call upon notification from the Traffic and Roads Operations Department or the Police Department to inspect trees which have fallen across roads or damaged private property.
    Works with the Purchasing Division to obtain lowest bidding, qualified company to complete contract work.
    Serves as an expert witness in court for the City.
    Represents City during dealings with federal, state, and private forestry agencies.
    Drives a car or van to make inspections and for "on call" purposes.
    Manages in-house tree crews.

    Required Education and Experience

    AN OFFICIAL TRANSCRIPT MUST BE ATTACHED OR YOUR APPLICATION WILL BE REJECTED.

    Open and Promotional:
     Each applicant must have one year experience in Rural Forest Management or Urban Forestry plus a minimum of sixty credit hours in the areas of dendrology, entomology, forest ecology, forest economics, forest management, forest mensuration, silviculture, forest policy and administration, landscaping and horticulture, plant pathology, timber harvesting, wood science, or wood utilization.

    OTHER REQUIREMENTS
    Must have a valid Driver's License.
    Must be an excellent communicator and team builder.
    Must have or obtain Certified Public Operator licenses granted by the Ohio Department of Agriculture as follows: Category 4a (Forest Pest Control-General); Category 4b (Forest Pest Control-Timberstand and Improvement); Category 5a (Industrial Vegetation Control-General); and Category 5b (Ornamental Plant and Shade Tree Pest Control).
    Must obtain certification as an Ohio Certified Arborist.
    Willingness to work irregular hours which may include evenings and weekends.

    Note: All licenses and certifications must be obtained no later than the end of the probationary period. If they are not obtained during the probationary period, the employee will not pass probation and will be dismissed.

    MILITARY EDUCATION & EXPERIENCE EVALUATION

    Military education and experience may be substituted for college level course work at the lower and upper division baccalaureate and graduate levels and apprenticeship training at the vocational certificate level on a case by case basis based on the American Council on Education (ACE) Military Guide recommendations.

  • November 10, 2020 10:41 AM | Anonymous

    Organization: Metro Parks of Butler County

    Part-time, Year-round (weekly hours vary).  This position qualifies for paid holidays, vacation and sick time. Employment in this position is part-time and may require an irregular work schedule, including weekends, evenings and holidays depending on the season of the year or as business conditions warrant.   Under the supervision of the Environmental Projects Manager performs a variety of Land Stewardship duties and manual labor tasks related to the maintenance and improvement of various natural resources including land, water, and recreational areas. 

    For a complete job description and application, please visit our website at www.YourMetroParks.net  or contact the Administrative Office at 513-867-5835.

    Salary: $13.50 - $16.13 per hour depending on level of experience.

    Deliver in person or mail completed application to:

    MetroParks of Butler County

    2051 Timberman Road

    Hamilton, OH  45013

    Attn:  Jaime Kimbrough

    Or email ALL documents to employment@yourmetroparks.net

    Closing Date:  4:00 p.m., November 16, 2020                     

    To be considered for the position, a completed application must be received by this date.

    MetroParks of Butler County is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

    All qualified applicants will be considered for all positions without regard to race, religion, color, sex (including pregnancy, gender identity and sexual orientation), national origin, ancestry, age, disability, military status, or genetic information.

  • November 10, 2020 10:40 AM | Anonymous

    Organization: Metro Parks of Butler County

    Part-time, year-round - This position qualifies for paid holidays, vacation and sick time.  An employee in this position may work an irregular part-time schedule which may include evenings, weekends and holidays on a seasonal basis.  Reports to Park Manager or another assigned staff member.  The Park Maintenance Technician performs a variety of general-purpose duties and manual labor tasks related to the upkeep and improvement of park grounds, buildings, facilities, and equipment. 

    For a complete job description and application, please visit our website at www.YourMetroParks.net  or contact the Administrative Office at 513-867-5835.

    Salary: $13.50 - $16.13 per hour depending on level of experience.

    Deliver in person or mail completed application to:

    MetroParks of Butler County

    2051 Timberman Road

    Hamilton, OH  45013

    Attn:  Jaime Kimbrough

    Or email ALL documents to employment@yourmetroparks.net

    Closing Date:  4:00 p.m., November 16, 2020                     

    To be considered for the position, a completed application must be received by this date.

    MetroParks of Butler County is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

    All qualified applicants will be considered for all positions without regard to race, religion, color, sex (including pregnancy, gender identity and sexual orientation), national origin, ancestry, age, disability, military status, or genetic information.

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