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Community Engagement Project Manager

EnviroIssues Seattle, WA

  • Expired: June 06, 2021. Applications are no longer accepted.

Job DescriptionCommunity Engagement Project Manager Regular full-time (40 hours/week) hourly-benefitted position; potential for flexible hours Overtime exempt Annual salary range between $74,880 - $91,520 Applications accepted until filledOur communityOur EnviroIssues team is passionate about supporting communities in having a voice and opportunity to influence the issues impacting their everyday life. As a consulting firm, we work with a wide variety of clients, mainly in the public sector, on public involvement and community outreach to bring community voices into a variety of projects - whether that's addressing wastewater discharge into Puget Sound, large infrastructure projects across counties in the Bay Area, replacing a bridge in Portland, or helping communities plan how they grow. While our largest area of work is transportation and transit, we also work in water utilities, land use, natural resources, climate, cleanup, energy, and other sectors that impact...

people in our communities. With more than 100 staff across our Seattle, Portland, and Oakland offices, we collaborate and support each other in defining collective success.We believe Black Lives Matter and are committed to a journey toward being an antiracist workplace. We have a long way to go to address our structural and institutional racism and come together as a community for mutual support and respect.

We need people to join our community who are committed to addressing their personal racism, as well as stand with us in learning and developing a new culture of antiracism. In 2019, we officially stated the necessity of becoming an anti-racist organization. Although, our journey began with a small group of staff a couple of years earlier, we were clear we could not strive for excellent service without this mandatory ingredient.

With this awareness, we have clarity in our mission, to decolonize and eliminate racism in community engagement by actively and assertively transforming to be an anti-racist, human-centered organization. This will equip us to amplify the voice, power, self-determination, and practices of the communities we serve.We share this commitment to equity and are early in our journey. We are stumbling and making mistakes; and growing in our collective humanity.

We are working to build a team that reflects the diversity of the communities in which we work, diversity of ideas, leadership, and work styles; and will support our vision of an equitable and thriving workplace. We strive to stay humble in our growth and understand that to effectively serve our communities and clients, we must begin our work internally. The ideal candidate will see themselves in this journey and eager to bring their wisdom and experience in service to our equity journey.The role and positionAs a Community Engagement Project Manager, you can expect fast-paced, collaborative, and impactful opportunities to develop and implement equity-oriented community engagement and public involvement strategies for a variety of public and private clients and audiences.

In this position, you operate as a day-to-day project manager or deputy project manager for a variety of projects ranging from transportation, natural resources, research, and infrastructure improvement. In this role, this position is responsible for: Managing implementation for small and/or multiple projects with confidence in decision-making and in partnership with strategic advisors. This includes developing and collaboration on project strategies and activities; offering clear and consistent communication between all project stakeholders; ensuring effective and appropriate internal review coordination of materials and service, while accounting for quality delivered to client.

Actively striving to appropriately meet deadlines, project budget constraints, and emergent needs of project; with the willingness to adjust strategy, timelines, and activities to maintain a positive outcome. Working alongside and manage project



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