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Job Opportunities for Senior and Lead Facilitators/Mediators with Center for Collaborative Policy

We are pleased to highlight the post below, which came from Susan Sherry of the Center for Collaborative Policy, an NCDD organizational member, via our Submit-to-Blog FormDo you have news you want to share with the NCDD network? Just click here to submit your news post for the NCDD Blog!


The Center for Collaborative Policy, California State University, Sacramento is pleased to announce that is is now recruiting for both a Senior-Level and a Lead-Level Mediator/ Facilitator. Both of these positions call for a professional with demonstrated experience in mediating, facilitating and managing projects involving complex public policy and political issues that engage a diverse range of stakeholders and the public.

For detailed information and to view duties, qualifications and the application process, see www.csus.edu/about/employment. All submissions are done electronically through this University link. Application review will begin on March 7, 2014 and continue until the positions are filled.

If you would like a one-page summary of the job announcement, including the differences between the Senior and Lead positions, please make your request to: frontdesk@ccp.csus.edu

We would be very grateful if you could pass this announcement onto your professional colleagues in the field.

The Center for Collaborative Policy, established in 1992, is a self-supporting unit of the College of Social Sciences and Interdisciplinary Studies at California State University, Sacramento. The Center’s mission is to build the capacity of public agencies, stakeholder groups, and the public to use collaborative strategies to improve policy outcomes. With an exceptional track record of success that has been well documented in both academic and public media accounts, the Center works on many of California’s most challenging public policy issues such as governance and fiscal reform, social and health services, natural resources, water, land use, air quality, transportation, and emergency services and homeland security.

The successful candidate will join a team of respected and highly qualified professionals who are committed to advancing the art and science of collaborative public policy making.

For more information, see the Center’s website: www.csus.edu/ccp.

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