BROWNFIELD COORDINATOR JOB ANNOUNCEMENT

Job Announcement

Location:         117 Alex Hately Drive

Department:    Natural Resources

Job Title:         Brownfield Coordinator

Employment: Full-Time

FLSA Status:  Non-Exempt

Salary Range:  $18.00/Negotiable DOE

Supervisor:      Environmental Program Coordinator

Closing Date:   Open until filled

  • General Description: The State & Tribal Response Program also known as the Brownfield Program is a separate program from the IGAP Program. The two programs work collaboratively with each other. The Brownfield Coordinator works under the supervision of the Environmental Program Coordinator. The Brownfield Coordinator will coordinate efforts to implement the Brownfield program. Perform timely surveys and inventory of Brownfield sites in state or tribal lands; perform oversight and practice enforcement authorities or other mechanisms and resources; practice resource development by providing meaningful opportunities for public participation; develop mechanisms for approval of a cleanup plan, provide verification and certification that cleanup is complete; establish and maintain a public record system. He/she will receive training region-wide and nationwide and any trainings pertaining to the Brownfield’s Program. He/she will vitalize outreach strategies through media outlet sources by the use of an online environmental webpage and publish public newsletters monthly. He/she will ensure the program remains in compliance with its policies and procedures; ensuring budget and administrative goals are met in a timely manner. Most of the goals consist with planning, implementing outreach awareness practices and enhancing the OTNC Brownfield Program.

Qualifications:

 

  • Demonstrates successful experience working with the general public in a positive, attentive manner, and compatible to the level of respect required by OTNC staff.
  • Demonstrates a successful working relationship with other staff employees in capacity building.
  • Willingness to complete additional training. Traveling is required.
  • Self-motivated individual able to carry out program activities and represent agency interests without direct or daily supervision.
  • Good computer, data compilation, communications and grant writing skills.
  • Experience working with local and outside resources both in state and federal agencies.
  • Intimate knowledge of Yup’ik culture and lifestyle.
  • Fluency in Yup’ik language preferred but not mandatory.
  • Ability to carry out job responsibilities as listed.
  • Strong communication skills, both oral and written.
  • High school diploma or equivalent
  • Must have a valid driver’s license

 

OTNC is an equal opportunity employer. Within the concept of Native preference, all applicants will receive consideration without regard to race, color, sex, religion, national origin or other non-merit factor.

To review complete Job Description, please request from Mary Matthias or Cynthia Allen

Applications along with resumes must be submitted to:

Mary Matthias

Orutsararmiut Native Council

P.O. Box 927

Bethel, AK 99559

Phone: 907-543-2608 Fax: 907-5432639

Email: mmatthias@nativecouncil.org

Or

Cynthia Allen

Orutsararmiut Native Council

P.O. Box 927

Bethel, AK 99559

Phone: 907-543-2608 Fax: 907-543-2639

Email: callen@nativecouncil.org

 

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