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Center for Collaborative Policy Seeks Mediator / Facilitator

Helen Spector shared the following with the NCDD Discussion list a few days ago and we wanted to make sure our entire community learned of the opportunity…

The Center for Collaborative Policy at the California State University, Sacramento is seeking a Public Policy Lead Mediator / Facilitator to manage client projects; work as a trainer, coach, and strategist; and contribute to the Center in a variety of ways.  The job is currently open until filled and they hope to have someone start as early as October.  Specific details and application instructions (it’s all digital) can be found online.  The system is a little dated, so search for “mediator” or look for the job’s post date of 08/05/2011.

Andy Fluke
Andy Fluke is the co-founder of NCDD and currently provides creative support to many of NCDD's publications and events. He also works with a handful of other NCDD members on a variety of projects as consultant and designer. More about his work can be found at www.andyfluke.com.

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  1. Tina Tot says:

    The Center for Collaborative Policy only posted that job opening as a pro forma legal requirement. The Center intends to hire people already affiliated with it. It galls me that NCDD supports this kind of phony behavior. They aren’t open to hiring from outside and NCDD enables the phony illusion that they are.

  2. Andy Fluke says:

    I’m sorry you feel that way, Tina. This is a publicly listed job and the information was contributed by an NCDD member who shared it on our listserv. There is no way for NCDD to be aware of what you suggest, we just share the news that is shared with us. I’m not really sure why you would think that NCDD has the means to be aware of any questionable practices, or how you are aware of these practices yourself, but I am glad you took a moment to mention it.

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