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Job Openings at the Center for Collaborative Policy

Those of our members with conflict resolution backgrounds or interests should definitely take a look at the new Senior Mediator/Facilitator and Lead  Mediator openings that the Center for Collaborative Policy at Sacramento State University recently announced. We’re happy to have the CCP as an NCDD organizational member, and we know that many of our members would make great fits for this position.

Here’s how the CCP describes the Senior Mediator/Facilitator position:

The Senior Mediator/Facilitator serves as senior professional and project manager for multi-party policy consensus building processes dealing with highly complex and controversial public policy issues, using an interest-based approach to problem solving…

The Senior Mediator/Facilitator responsibility includes experience in facilitation, conflict resolution, situation assessments, collaborative process design, public involvement, and strategic planning. The incumbent works independently on large projects, with up to 80 or more external stakeholders. The incumbent also provides project management for client projects including providing work direction to others; contract administration; and quality deliverables on time and within budget.

You can find more information on the Senior Mediator/Facilitator position and the application process by visiting the SSU job site and searching for job opening #101390.

And here is how the CCP describes the Lead Mediator position:

With appropriate oversight, the Lead Mediator/Facilitator serves as lead professional for multi-party consensus building processes dealing with complex and controversial public policy issues, using an interest-based approach to problem solving. This responsibility includes the provision of collaborative process design and situation assessment services as well as the preparation and delivery of facilitation, public involvement, and strategic planning services. The incumbent works independently on large projects, with up to 80 or more external stakeholders. The incumbent also provides project management for client projects. The incumbent coordinates the project work of the Center’s Associate and Assistant practitioners.

The Lead Mediator/Facilitator assumes Center development responsibilities, including assisting with attracting client work to the Center and preparing responses to Request for Proposal (RFP) solicitations, but is not responsible for securing billable work. Coordinates the professional development activities for Associate and Assistant practitioners and other internal development tasks.

You can find more information on the Lead Mediator position and the application process by visiting the SSU job site and searching for job opening #101409.

Good luck to all the applicants!

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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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