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Center for Collaborative Policy Job Openings

Our colleagues at the the Center for Collaborative Policy – an NCDD organizational member – have recently announced three promising job openings at their California State University, Sacramento campus. We know some of our NCDD members would be a perfect fit for these positions, so we encourage you to find out more in CCP’s announcements below.

Job Announcement – Business Development Director

The Center for Collaborative Policy, California State University, Sacramento is recruiting for a Business Development Director.  The successful applicant will have experience in attracting significant revenues from public and private sector sources for collaborative public processes and activities.   The applicant is also expected to be a senior practitioner in conducting multi-party collaborative public processes with a high degree of complexity.  Responsibilities include:

  • Directly generate revenue for the Center through communicating with prospective clients as well as teaming partners, responding to competitive proposals, pursuing sole source agreements and creating other statewide business opportunities.
  • Develop and implement an annual Business Development Plan, and train and coach Center practitioners to execute the Plan and attract client business.
  • Develop, supervise and provide oversight for the Center business development personnel and data system.

Salary is competitive and commensurate with experience. Attractive benefits are provided. Application review will begin on July 14, 2014 and continue until the position is filled.

For further information and to view duties, qualifications and application process, see: http://www.csus.edu/about/employment. The website Job Identification number is 101075. All submissions are done electronically. California State University, Sacramento is an equal opportunity /ADA employer. For more information on the Center for Collaborative Policy, see www.csus.edu/ccp.

Job Announcement – Assistant Facilitator

The Center for Collaborative Policy, California State University, Sacramento is recruiting for two Assistant Facilitator positions.  Successful applicants will have the ability to: document technical and interpersonal discussions (including conditions of conflict); write reports on complex, multi-topic conditions; use web-based facilitation and meeting management tools such as Go-To Meeting/Webinar; WebEx, Doodle, Survey Monkey, MindMapper, etc.; and have excellent verbal and written skills, strong interpersonal skills, and knowledge of and interest in collaborative policy making practice and theory.

Duties include:

  • Accurately and objectively record information from fast-paced, highly technical discussions
  • Prepare draft and final detailed summaries and reports from meetings
  • Render complex and lengthy information into clear and accurate lay person terms
  • Provide logistical support for meetings
  • Develop meeting agendas, facilitation plans, and group process plans
  • Schedule and conduct stakeholder interviews
  • Conduct policy research

Salary is $3897 – $5847/month. It is the general practice of Sacramento State to hire at the lower end of salary range. This position is covered by health benefits. Application review will begin July 9, 2014 and will continue until positions are filled. Final application deadline is July 23, 2014.

For further information and to view duties, qualifications and application process, see: http://www.csus.edu/about/employment. All submissions are done electronically. The website Job Identification number is: Job ID #101088. For more information on the Center for Collaborative Policy, see www.csus.edu/ccp.

California State University, Sacramento is an equal opportunity /ADA employer.

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An inclusiveness trainer and group process facilitator, Roshan Bliss serves as NCDD's Youth Engagement Coordinator and Blog Curator. Combining his belief that decisions are better when everyone is involved with his passion for empowering young people, his work focuses on increasing the involvement of youth and students in public conversations.

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