Program coordinator – Top 100 Programs http://top100programs.com/ Thu, 12 May 2022 04:11:08 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.9.3 https://top100programs.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/10/icon-8-120x120.png Program coordinator – Top 100 Programs http://top100programs.com/ 32 32 Capital Program Coordinator | Planetizen Job Board https://top100programs.com/capital-program-coordinator-planetizen-job-board/ Wed, 11 May 2022 19:05:00 +0000 https://top100programs.com/capital-program-coordinator-planetizen-job-board/ This is a professional position responsible for activities supporting the development and maintenance of the Regional Transportation Improvement Program (PIT). DVRPC brings together a wide range of partners across Greater Philadelphia to inform and facilitate data-driven decision making. One of our main responsibilities is the development and maintenance of a TIP, which lists regionally agreed […]]]>

This is a professional position responsible for activities supporting the development and maintenance of the Regional Transportation Improvement Program (PIT). DVRPC brings together a wide range of partners across Greater Philadelphia to inform and facilitate data-driven decision making. One of our main responsibilities is the development and maintenance of a TIP, which lists regionally agreed priority highway and transit projects, as well as bicycle, pedestrian and freight related projects. . The TIP uses performance-based planning to ensure efficient use of resources, public funding and other assets in the region.

The Office of Capital Programs works with member agencies to create a new TIP every cycle (every even year for NJ, every odd year for PA), including a number of meetings and the preparation of materials. Once the TIP is in place, there are requests for amendments and modifications through the DVRPC’s monthly meeting cycle, in addition to a number of competitive funding programs. The employee will help identify and advance priority transportation plans and projects and improve the efficiency of the region’s transportation system. The position also involves assisting with project development and analytical activities in both states.

Work is performed in accordance with broadly defined professional objectives and standards and is subject to administrative and technical review by a seasoned professional.

Responsibilities

  • Assist in the development of the PA and NJ councils. Duties may include seeking input from state, county, and transit operator representatives, as well as other DVRPC staff, using established criteria to evaluate new project applicants, preparing various project listings and financial summaries, researching project details and funding eligibility, and assisting in the preparation of public documents. Other duties include updating the project database with current cost estimates, schedules, descriptions and limiting the program proposal to available funds.
  • Assist in conducting public outreach efforts to gather feedback on the TIP development process and feedback on draft TIPs, including the development and maintenance of a database/inventory of public information for transport projects.
  • Participate in the TIP amendment and modification process. Duties will include helping to maintain the TIP databases by updating current database records and posting them to the website. Duties include researching and following up on requested actions to determine eligibility for funding, project details, then preparing and presenting documents explaining TIP requests to the RTC and Board.
  • Provide support to staff for the evaluation, selection and development of projects. Communicate and coordinate to solicit, consolidate and track input from internal DVRPC staff “Subject Matter Experts” and external partners on transportation projects and proposals. Duties may also include coordinating and facilitating meetings and preparing meeting notes.
  • Provide staff support to competitive CMAQ, TASA, competitive bridge programs and local project development processes. Duties may include preparation of application and guidance materials, preparation of financial information spreadsheets, review of applications, coordination of program analysis for applications and preparation of summaries, providing letters of support as required, assisting in deliberations and making recommendations to the Board for projects to be funded under these programs and preparing minutes of meetings.
  • Participate in performance-based planning and programming responsibilities, including asset management, transportation performance metrics, goal setting and tracking, development and application of performance evaluation criteria project, as well as the environmental justice and equity analysis of the TIP project.
  • Coordinate with planning partners for project development and implementation, such as I-95 Planning Assistance, PennDOT Connects, and NJ Concept Development.
  • Participate in public education efforts regarding the TIP as required, including presentations to various groups and providing technical assistance to member governments, the public and other DFOs.
  • Prepare special data reports as required.
  • Perform related work as required.

Qualifications

  • Ability to work independently as well as within a team of diverse staff in office and remote environments.
  • Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with associates, planners and elected officials, and the general public.
  • Strong organizational and time management skills, and the ability to manage multiple tasks and meet strict and frequent deadlines with attention to detail and accuracy.
  • Ability to organize, synthesize and communicate information clearly and concisely.
  • Proficiency in MS applications (Word, Excel, PowerPoint) with emphasis on data analysis, reports and presentations. Extensive experience and knowledge of relational databases, database software (including MS Access) and spreadsheets (MS Excel), and the ability to perform analysis and produce reports using these management tools of data. MS Access capabilities to design queries and reports, and to create and manipulate tables are required.
  • Knowledge or knowledge of the principles, practices and objectives of transportation planning and the ability to relate this knowledge to the development of a regional transportation system is useful, as is knowledge or knowledge of programming, development and/or the delivery of NJDOT projects and PennDOT processes.

Experience & Training

To be classified at the RA I level, one year of professional experience in transport or land use planning is required. To be classified at RA II level, a minimum of three years is required. Such experience may have been gained through a combination of experience and training. Training may have been acquired through graduation from a four-year program from an accredited college or university with major course work in transportation planning or a related discipline. A master’s degree or a full year of in-house or co-op teaching experience may replace one year of experience.

The Delaware Valley Regional Planning Commission (DVRPC) is the metropolitan planning organization for the Philadelphia region. We believe DVRPC is a place to work, learn and build careers in a professional and stimulating environment that values ​​diversity, innovation and giving your best at work. To learn more about our work culture and benefits, visit our website: www.dvrpc.org/HumanResources/

DVRPC IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER. FULL CONSIDERATION WILL BE GIVEN TO ALL ELIGIBLE AND QUALIFIED CANDIDATES REGARDLESS OF AGE, ASSOCIATION, COLOR, DISABILITY, STATUS AS A VICTIM OF DOMESTIC OR SEXUAL VIOLENCE, ETHNICITY, FAMILY STATUS, IDENTITY OR GENDER EXPRESSION, GENETIC INFORMATION, MARITAL STATUS, MEDICAL CONDITION (INCLUDING PREGNANCY), NATIONAL ORIGIN, RACE, RELIGION, GENDER OR SEXUAL ORIENTATION. MINORITY, DISABLED AND VETERANS CANDIDATES ARE ENCOURAGED TO APPLY. NOTE: MUST HAVE PERMANENT RESIDENCY STATUS AND WORK PAPERS.

TO APPLY, SEND A CV WITH COVER LETTER TO HUMAN RESOURCES VIA:

E-MAIL: [email protected]; OR

FAX: 215-592-9125; OR

MAIL: 190 N. INDEPENDENCE MALL WEST / 8E FLOOR / PHILADELPHIA, PA 19106-1520

]]>
Careers: SUNY Geneseo Appoints AOD Program Coordinator | Business https://top100programs.com/careers-suny-geneseo-appoints-aod-program-coordinator-business/ Sun, 01 May 2022 13:25:00 +0000 https://top100programs.com/careers-suny-geneseo-appoints-aod-program-coordinator-business/ Pam Kosmowski has been named the new SUNY Geneseo Alcohol and Other Drugs Program Coordinator. Kosmowski previously worked as a school counselor, family therapist, and addictions counselor with children, adolescents, and adults and the many issues they may face. “I apply a systems approach to counseling, looking at the whole person, not just a single […]]]>

Pam Kosmowski has been named the new SUNY Geneseo Alcohol and Other Drugs Program Coordinator.

Kosmowski previously worked as a school counselor, family therapist, and addictions counselor with children, adolescents, and adults and the many issues they may face.

“I apply a systems approach to counseling, looking at the whole person, not just a single problem,” Kosmowski said in an introduction to the recent Geneseo Health Campus and Community Coalition newsletter. “My overall goal is to create a safe and comfortable environment for those I meet. I look forward to working with students, staff and community members within Geneseo.

Kosmowski takes on a dual role, as a member of the SUNY Geneseo consulting staff, and takes on some of the responsibilities that Rob Levy held in community and campus prevention as part of the Hc3 Coalition.

When Levy retires at the end of June, Kosmowski will become co-chair of Hc3, ensuring the sustainability of the organization and the networking it provides.

The Geneseo Healthy Campus and Community Coalition, also known as Hc3, is a partnership between all sectors of the college, village, and city, including college faculty, staff, and students, members of the community and other stakeholders. The coalition’s goal is to work together to reduce the use of alcohol and other high-risk drugs and to create a connected, healthy and inclusive community.

As an Amazon Associate, I earn from qualifying purchases.

]]>
SUNY Geneseo Appoints AOD Program Coordinator | Local News https://top100programs.com/suny-geneseo-appoints-aod-program-coordinator-local-news/ Thu, 28 Apr 2022 04:15:00 +0000 https://top100programs.com/suny-geneseo-appoints-aod-program-coordinator-local-news/ Pam Kosmowski has been named the new SUNY Geneseo Alcohol and Other Drugs Program Coordinator. Kosmowski previously worked as a school counselor, family therapist, and addictions counselor with children, adolescents, and adults and the many issues they may face. “I apply a systems approach to counseling, looking at the whole person, not just a single […]]]>

Pam Kosmowski has been named the new SUNY Geneseo Alcohol and Other Drugs Program Coordinator.

Kosmowski previously worked as a school counselor, family therapist, and addictions counselor with children, adolescents, and adults and the many issues they may face.

“I apply a systems approach to counseling, looking at the whole person, not just a single problem,” Kosmowski said in an introduction to the recent Geneseo Health Campus and Community Coalition newsletter. “My overall goal is to create a safe and comfortable environment for those I meet. I look forward to working with students, staff and community members within Geneseo.

Kosmowski takes on a dual role, as a member of the SUNY Geneseo consulting staff, and takes on some of the responsibilities that Rob Levy held in community and campus prevention as part of the Hc3 Coalition.

When Levy retires at the end of June, Kosmowski will become co-chair of Hc3, ensuring the sustainability of the organization and the networking it provides.

The Geneseo Healthy Campus and Community Coalition, also known as Hc3, is a partnership between all sectors of the college, village, and city, including college faculty, staff, and students, members of the community and other stakeholders. The coalition’s goal is to work together to reduce the use of alcohol and other high-risk drugs and to create a connected, healthy and inclusive community.

As an Amazon Associate, I earn from qualifying purchases.

]]>
Montgomery County ISU Extension and Outreach Welcomes New Program Coordinator | News https://top100programs.com/montgomery-county-isu-extension-and-outreach-welcomes-new-program-coordinator-news/ Mon, 11 Apr 2022 07:00:00 +0000 https://top100programs.com/montgomery-county-isu-extension-and-outreach-welcomes-new-program-coordinator-news/ (Red Oak) – Extension and Outreach at Iowa State University of Montgomery County has appointed a new program coordinator. Sadie Graham steps into the role and will lead Montgomery County’s 4-H and youth program, expand local programming as needed and develop community collaborations. Graham received his bachelor’s degree in agricultural science from Northwest Missouri State […]]]>

(Red Oak) – Extension and Outreach at Iowa State University of Montgomery County has appointed a new program coordinator.

Sadie Graham steps into the role and will lead Montgomery County’s 4-H and youth program, expand local programming as needed and develop community collaborations. Graham received his bachelor’s degree in agricultural science from Northwest Missouri State University and is currently working on his master’s degree in business administration. On Friday’s edition of KMA’s “Morning Show,” Graham says she’s excited about the future of agricultural programming in Montgomery County.

“I worked with the specialists in the area, as well as our office staff and the Youth 4-H program specialists to get a feel for my role,” Graham said. “I’m really excited to jump in and really start doing more programs in our county and see what we have in store for Montgomery County.”

Graham will also be responsible for growing local youth agriculture programs. Graham says that while the current projects are working well, there is always room to expand their work with young people.

“We’re going to work with Clover Kids, get into local school districts, put in more programs for our 4-H programs,” Graham said. “I would say we are doing well, but there is always room to grow and provide more programs for these people. »

Originally from the Stanton area, Graham says she is happy to be back in southwestern Iowa and helping others find a passion for farming.

“I’ve always had a passion for the agriculture industry, as well as working with young people and encouraging them to also have a passion and gain interest and knowledge in the agriculture industry as a whole,” said Graham.

To learn more about programs offered through ISU Montgomery County Outreach and Outreach, you can call 712-623-2592 or stop by the Red Oak office. You can hear the full interview with new program coordinator Sadie Graham here:

Thank you for reading kmaland.com

At KMA, we try to be accurate in our reports. If you see a typo or mistake in a story, please email us at kmaradio@kmaland.com.

]]>
Seniors Connections Adult Day Program Coordinator https://top100programs.com/seniors-connections-adult-day-program-coordinator/ Fri, 08 Apr 2022 19:41:26 +0000 https://top100programs.com/seniors-connections-adult-day-program-coordinator/ The Near North Palliative Care Network (NNPCN) is seeking an experienced Program Coordinator for its Seniors’ Connections adult day program in North Bay, Ontario. If you are over 55 and have a proven experience in events and media as well as excellent motivational, interpersonal and organizational skills, this opportunity may be for you. The coordinator […]]]>

The Near North Palliative Care Network (NNPCN) is seeking an experienced Program Coordinator for its Seniors’ Connections adult day program in North Bay, Ontario. If you are over 55 and have a proven experience in events and media as well as excellent motivational, interpersonal and organizational skills, this opportunity may be for you. The coordinator must deliver the project within ten months and must be able to organize and manage public events.

Position Type: This is a forty-nine (49) week temporary contract position for 5 hours per week, Monday to Friday, based in part at 2025 Main St W, North Bay, Ontario, P1B 8G5, with travel to North Bay for the sites session. The contract starts Monday, April 18, 2022 and ends Friday, March 24, 2023. Part-time (5 hrs/week) @ $22.52/hr = $127.60/week for 49 weeks = $510.40/month, total $5,517.40 Total gross salary for the entire duration of the project.

To Apply: Submit your cover letter, resume, and three references to office@nnpcn.com by Wednesday, April 13, 5:00 p.m. EST. Please include the job title in the subject line of the email.

Purpose: Working under the direction of the NNPCN Executive Director and Hospice Coordinator, the successful candidate will be responsible for coordinating the NNPCN program titled “Seniors’ Connections Adult Day Program”. This 10-month program will offer in-house and online education programs, volunteer opportunities for seniors, and activities to prevent the effects of social isolation. This will be done by inviting seniors not only to participate in the organized events, but also to help in the planning of the events. The program coordinator will encourage interested seniors to help support the development of activities for the Seniors’ Connections adult day program. The program will consist of two events that will take place throughout the region (not limited to North Bay) each week. Events can be held in several different establishments (ex. long-term care residences, churches, legions, libraries, etc.). As restrictions are lifted across the province, it would be beneficial for those unable to travel to event sites to have the option to attend some events virtually. Some events will take place “online”, most likely using the Zoom video conferencing app. NNPCN staff and a team of placement students will support the program coordinator to implement the practical aspects of the events throughout the program.

Project Responsibilities:
• Manage and oversee all logistical, administrative and multi-management aspects of the project, eg scope, milestones, tracking and reporting.
• Manage the funding process, eg reviewing financial reports, managing funding allocations and disbursements, monitoring budgets, reporting.
• Prepare the action plan and evaluation forms.
• Research, develop and maintain appropriate daily, weekly and monthly project activities; rent meeting rooms/rooms for sessions.
• Cultivate mutually beneficial relationships with the community to increase engagement and reach and to attract volunteer session instructors.
• Supervises and delegates activities and practical aspects to the office team and interns
• Contact and hire speakers/instructors and transportation agencies.
• Advertise and recruit senior volunteers as session assistants.
• Prepare announcements/flyers/posters for volunteers and sessions.
• Develop, distribute leaflets and engage other agencies for their assistance in identifying and contacting socially isolated older people.
• Hire caterers for sessions, healthy snacks. Buy tickets.
• Advertise sessions through social media, posters, multimedia, flyers.
• Prepare a list of potential participants for all sessions.
• Contact participants by phone/mail/email/social networks/flyers before the sessions.
• Develop and provide orientation and volunteer training for project volunteers.
• Monthly staff/volunteer meetings – assign tasks/keep team focused.
• Buy materials for the sessions.
• Attend all sessions to ensure room, food, equipment/supplies, presenters and volunteers are on time, welcoming attendees, collecting assessments, clean up.
• Plan and organize staff and volunteer meetings after sessions.
• Organize final evaluations, financial reconciliation/audit and report writing.
• Other assigned duties.

Qualifications: Post-Secondary education – emphasis on education, administration, marketing, project and/or event management program preferred. Minimum of 2 years of related experience in education, administration, marketing, project and/or event management. Experience in recruiting and developing volunteers. Ability to work with older people. Ability to prepare session budgets and follow up accurately throughout the year. Excellent interpersonal, communication and team skills with an ability to work effectively with a diverse group of staff, volunteers and support organizations. Demonstrated ability to organize work, set priorities, meet deadlines and work under pressure of time constraints. A proven ability to work independently. Strong verbal and written skills including accuracy, proofreading and the ability to write clear communications materials for public distribution. Excellent word processing, presentation and spreadsheet skills (ideally Microsoft Office) and good understanding of computer applications. Ability to use video communication platforms (such as Zoom). Oral and written communication skills in French would be an asset.

Mandatory: Vulnerable Sector Police Check and valid Ontario Driver’s License.

]]>
Program Coordinator, Programs and Students job with UNIVERSITY OF SYDNEY https://top100programs.com/program-coordinator-programs-and-students-job-with-university-of-sydney/ Tue, 29 Mar 2022 05:49:05 +0000 https://top100programs.com/program-coordinator-programs-and-students-job-with-university-of-sydney/ Full-time CDD until December 31, 2022 Opportunity to provide professional administrative support services within the University of Sydney Business School Programs team Base salary $89,759 – $96,764 + 17% retirement pension About the Opportunity The Program Coordinator will use their experience of administrative practices and knowledge of university policies, student administration […]]]>

  • Full-time CDD until December 31, 2022
  • Opportunity to provide professional administrative support services within the University of Sydney Business School Programs team
  • Base salary $89,759 – $96,764 + 17% retirement pension

About the Opportunity

The Program Coordinator will use their experience of administrative practices and knowledge of university policies, student administration processes, and business school degree programs to support students and key staff. academic. As an experienced professional, the incumbent will find sound recommendations and apply professional know-how to achieve work objectives. The program coordinator will work on one or more business school course programs.

Your main responsibilities will be to:

  • provide high-level professional administrative support to the programs team
  • establish and manage effective working relationships with key stakeholders and University staff
  • manage the general day-to-day operations and administrative activities of the programs team
  • ensure the quality of the application and respect of the policies and procedures of the administration of the University
  • provide project management support and advice during the organization and set-up of the project
  • work with one or more program managers to coordinate the development and implementation of multiple workflow plans to achieve overall goals.

About you

We are looking for a Program Coordinator – Programs and Students who own :

  • ability to work both independently and as part of a team, using initiative and good judgment to resolve issues that may arise in the course of normal day-to-day work
  • advanced computer skills in MS Office suite with extensive diary management experience
  • Analytical skills and the ability to bring multiple perspectives to problem solving
  • excellent interpersonal, relationship-building and influencing skills with the ability to engage positively and effectively with a range of stakeholders while ensuring a strong client-focused perspective and “can do” approach to work
  • excellent time and workload management skills with a demonstrated ability to prioritize effectively. Ability to multi-task, meet deadlines and achieve required results with strong attention to detail and demonstrated self-starter approach
  • excellent verbal and written communication skills, including the ability to engage in independent consultations with a wide range of staff in a large, complex organization and, where appropriate, with external parties
  • strong problem solving skills and ability to exercise initiative and exercise good judgment and ability to prioritize workload during busy periods
  • working knowledge of software such as Sydney Student, Records Management and Content Management Systems
  • experience in creating and maintaining effective administrative systems
  • administrative experience in a tertiary body, working knowledge of academic institutions, structures and the higher education sector (Desirable)

Closing date for applications

11:59 p.m., Tuesday, April 12, 2022

How to register

Please click here to apply

https://usyd.wd3.myworkdayjobs.com/USYD_EXTERNAL_CAREER_SITE/job/Camperdown-Campus/Program-Coordinator—Programs-and-Students_0091665-1

© The University of Sydney

]]>
NextStep at Endeavor Academy Hires Program Coordinator | Local https://top100programs.com/nextstep-at-endeavor-academy-hires-program-coordinator-local/ Thu, 24 Mar 2022 21:25:03 +0000 https://top100programs.com/nextstep-at-endeavor-academy-hires-program-coordinator-local/ Special for Floridian NextStep at Endeavor Academy has hired Ronda Burke to serve as the program coordinator. She will be responsible for a wide range of administrative and management functions. NextStep at Endeavor Academy launched a beta program in January as it finalizes its lineup. Six participants learn independent living and career-readiness skills in a […]]]>

Special for Floridian

NextStep at Endeavor Academy has hired Ronda Burke to serve as the program coordinator. She will be responsible for a wide range of administrative and management functions.

NextStep at Endeavor Academy launched a beta program in January as it finalizes its lineup. Six participants learn independent living and career-readiness skills in a classroom and through community experiences.

Burke brings 30 years of administrative and management experience, retiring as a human resources manager at the Federal Department of Justice in Marianna. After Hurricane Michael in 2018, Burke served local and surrounding communities as a disaster case manager for a local nonprofit United Methodist Committee on Relief, helping uninsured and underinsured families recover from the hurricane damage.

“Working with NextStep is an exciting opportunity for me to give back to the local community and apply the skills and knowledge I’ve acquired over the course of my career,” Burke said in a NextStep press release announcing his hire.

People also read…

In addition to his work experiences, Burke serves his church community in various capacities. Additionally, she has formed a volunteer group of local seamstresses who turn donated wedding dresses into burial dresses for stillborn babies. In turn, the funeral robes are donated to the Jackson Hospital Obstetrics Unit.

Burke earned a bachelor’s degree in human resources administration from St. Leo’s University.

“Having worked 30 years for the federal government, Ronda is extremely qualified to oversee our programming,” said NextStep Director Tammy Dasher. “She brings a wealth of experience and innovative ideas to her role and is personally committed to serving our population of people with autism.”

NextStep is started by the Jackson County Board of Commissioners and Endeavor Forward Inc., a non-profit organization. Next step at Endeavor Academy is part of the 1,200 acre mixed-use Endeavor Park development on the site of the former Dozier School for Boys in Marianna.

Participants learn a range of topics such as finding a job and navigating the workplace, overseeing personal finances, staying safe at home and in the community, managing friendships and family relationships, dealing with roommates, managing physical and mental health, conflict resolution and coping skills, and navigating transportation.

]]>
Restorative Justice Program Coordinator | Legal Notice https://top100programs.com/restorative-justice-program-coordinator-legal-notice/ Tue, 22 Mar 2022 22:01:27 +0000 https://top100programs.com/restorative-justice-program-coordinator-legal-notice/ City of Montpelier Restorative Justice Program Coordinator The City of Montpelier is seeking a Restorative Justice Program Coordinator for its Community Justice Center. This person receives the recommendations of the program and accompanies the people within the framework of the restorative justice program; maintains collegial relationships with referral agencies and other community partners; recruits, trains […]]]>

City of Montpelier Restorative Justice Program Coordinator The City of Montpelier is seeking a Restorative Justice Program Coordinator for its Community Justice Center. This person receives the recommendations of the program and accompanies the people within the framework of the restorative justice program; maintains collegial relationships with referral agencies and other community partners; recruits, trains and supervises volunteer members of the RJ Panel; stores and reports program data; and assists the Director and other staff as needed. Candidates are expected to understand, believe in and embrace the ideals of restorative justice and have 3-5 years of relevant experience including exposure to a strong mix of the following specialties: restorative justice, conflict resolution, delinquency dynamics, service to crime victims, correctional system, criminal justice system, process of change, mental health issues and/or substance use disorders. The ideal candidate has facilitation and training skills and experience working with a program that relies on volunteers and mediation skills are preferred. This is an established grant funded position of 24-30 hours per week. Candidate must be able to attend regular evening meetings, using personal transportation, and be available to start before May 1, 2022. Pay scale is $20-$22/hour with a comprehensive benefits package. For more information and to apply, go to www.montpelier-vt.org/Jobs.aspx or send applications by email to Carol Plante, director at cplante@montpelier-vt.org. Applications accepted until position is filled. The City of Montpellier is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

]]>
City of Waterford: Shauna Damon hired as Program Coordinator https://top100programs.com/city-of-waterford-shauna-damon-hired-as-program-coordinator/ Tue, 22 Mar 2022 12:28:25 +0000 https://top100programs.com/city-of-waterford-shauna-damon-hired-as-program-coordinator/ March 17, 2022 Translate Waterford Parks and Recreation Department Please welcome Shauna Damon! Shauna is the newest member of the City of Waterford Parks and Recreation team and your new Program Coordinator! Originally from York, Pennsylvania, Shauna spent her youth outdoors with her family; camping, hiking, fishing and all things wildlife. After graduating from college, […]]]>

March 17, 2022

Translate Waterford Parks and Recreation Department

Please welcome Shauna Damon! Shauna is the newest member of the City of Waterford Parks and Recreation team and your new Program Coordinator! Originally from York, Pennsylvania, Shauna spent her youth outdoors with her family; camping, hiking, fishing and all things wildlife. After graduating from college, Shauna held a position with The American Conservation Experience and AmeriCorps in South Florida, where she was introduced to community programming. Over the past seven years, Shauna has built her career as a recreational special events programmer for the city of Sunrise, Florida. Shauna has been focused on enriching community life and creating special moments with small and large scale special events. Shauna holds a Bachelor of Science in Adventure Recreation and Environmental Science from Davis and Elkins College in West Virginia and is a Certified Parks and Recreation Professional (CPRP). This certification is the national standard for all parks and recreation professionals who want to be at the forefront of their profession. Achieving the CPRP designation demonstrates that Shauna has the education and experience qualifications, and demonstrates her commitment to the profession as well as her knowledge and understanding of key parks and recreation concepts. Shauna can be reached at sdamon@waterfordct.org or at the Community Center at 860-444-5881.


This press release was produced by City of Waterford.The opinions expressed here are those of the author.

]]>
Jamestown BPU Board of Directors Removes Energy Efficiency Program Coordinator Position https://top100programs.com/jamestown-bpu-board-of-directors-removes-energy-efficiency-program-coordinator-position/ Tue, 22 Mar 2022 07:00:00 +0000 https://top100programs.com/jamestown-bpu-board-of-directors-removes-energy-efficiency-program-coordinator-position/ Jamestown Utilities Board Board Meeting The Council of the Jamestown Utility Board voted to delete the Energy Efficiency Program Coordinator position. The civil service position was established in 2009 to develop, implement and administer energy efficiency incentive and rebate programs in the BPU territory. Dan Reynolds had held this position since 2009. General director Dave […]]]>

Jamestown Utilities Board Board Meeting

The Council of the Jamestown Utility Board voted to delete the Energy Efficiency Program Coordinator position.

The civil service position was established in 2009 to develop, implement and administer energy efficiency incentive and rebate programs in the BPU territory. Dan Reynolds had held this position since 2009.

General director Dave Leathers said the work under the title has changed significantly over the past 13 years, with the workload shifting to system enhancements versus customer discount programs, “System level enhancements are LED streetlights that are installed throughout the community, advanced metering infrastructure projects, all we’ll be working on is the Climate Leadership and Community Protection Act, so the difficulty with a utility station similar to city stations is that it This is a civil service position which has minimum qualifications.

Leathers said that because of those qualifications, they couldn’t just place the current employee in another job. He also responded to a concern raised by a citizen Doug Field about the elimination of the title before New York State tried to “electrify everything”, “If we are looking at electrifying buildings and we have to help people with electrical services, it’s probably an engineer electrician, not the person qualified for the position of energy efficiency coordinator with an environmental science degree. It was therefore a very difficult decision that was taken, but it is a necessary decision for the public service.

BPU’s board also approved the purchase of two new garbage trucks at a cost of $449,650. These vehicles will replace a 2015 and a 2017 garbage truck that will be sold. Leathers said it doesn’t expect delivery of the new trucks until 2023.

Leathers Added City Riverwalk Lighting Project began with the installation of lights on the BPU silo. He thanked the Jamestown Fire Department for their help in watering the silo to clean the surface.

]]>