Water Resource Manager / Development Specialist III
The Southwestern Pennsylvania Commission (SPC) is seeking a Water Resource Manager to manage and administer the newly created Water Resource Center Program. Will provide technical assistance for water resource issues for the 10 county Southwestern Pennsylvania region.
Essential Functions include:
Leads and advises staff in the development, marketing, implementation, coordination and administration of assigned grants and work plans for various agency initiatives.
Researches, compiles, analyzes and coordinates technical and policy area information to assist members to take advantage of grant and loan programs.
Applies knowledge of public and private funding to secure and maintain funding and grant programs for the agency.
Serve as a liaison with the public, schools and various other agencies, at the local, state, and national levels to promote development within the region, providing technical assistance and grantsmanship coordination services for members.
Arranges and conducts site visit meetings with project clients and updates administration or project status.
Applies knowledge of federal and state development guidelines and regulations in the development of reports and marketing communications concerning the agency’s program activity internally and externally via oral and written communications.
Maintains and updates files on program activity.
Reviews and edits select reports and memorandums.
Processes and summarizes input and communications for possible inclusion in plan and program development.
Plans, makes preparations for, and staffs both technical and specialty meetings.
Develops and maintain partnerships with other planning agencies within the region.
Writes and responds to Request For Proposals and grant applications, evaluates bids and recommends consultants.
Reviews work of outside contractors to monitor progress on select projects.
Requires Bachelor’s degree in Engineering, Planning, Public Administration, Business Administration or other closely related field. Master’s degree is a plus.
At least 5 years of water resource management experience. Also requires experience in planning and development, grant writing, technical assistance.
Experience in program management and knowledge of public sector storm water management planning.
Experience working with municipal governments & state & federal funding agencies is a plus.
Must have exceptional communication, organization, analytical and database/computer skills
Demonstrated ability to manage multiple economic development projects and work with federal & state officials on a regular basis.
Email responses preferred. Send letter of interest, resume and salary history to email@example.com or mail to Southwestern Pennsylvania Corporation, Two Chatham Center, 112 Washington Place, Suite 500, Pittsburgh, PA 15219.
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