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Clackamas County
Sustainability & Solid Waste Manager

Salary: 
 $94,465.78 - $127,529.32
Job Type: Full time
Location: Oregon City
Deadline: 11:59 p.m. (Pacific Time) on Wednesday, February 15, 2023
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Clackamas County Department of Transportation & Development is seeking a motivated, experienced, and collaborative leader with strong communication and interpersonal skills to join our Sustainability and Solid Waste Program as the Sustainability and Solid Waste Manager. The purpose of this program is to develop and implement initiatives and policies that prevent waste and conserve resources, as well as promote energy efficiency, renewable energy, sustainable food, greenhouse gas reduction, and pollution prevention. The Sustainability and Solid Waste Program oversees the County’s garbage and recycling collection system and leads implementation of state and regional materials management plans and requirements.   


City of Portland Bureau of Planning & Sustainability
Graffiti Abatement Program Manager (Coordinator III)

Salary: $70,220.80 - $116,792.00
Job Type: Full time
Location: Portland, OR
Deadline: 2/13/2023 11:59 PM Pacific
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The City of Portland's Bureau of Planning & Sustainability (BPS) is seeks a Graffiti Abatement Program Manager (Coordinator III). The Program Manager will lead the implementation of a citywide graffiti abatement and enforcement program.

The position is housed in BPS but operates as part of the interagency Public Environment Management Office (PEMO) to manage livability issues in the public right-of-way including trash, illegal dumping, graffiti, and abandoned vehicles.

Roles and Responsibilities:
The position will be responsible for overseeing graffiti abetment program logistics, including managing contractors who remove graffiti from public and private property, coordinating volunteer efforts, and evaluating equitable enforcement tools. The program has a budget of more than $1 million annually. Primary responsibilities include:

  • Supervise the work of two staff that will carry out duties related to the program.
  • Maintain and improve city-wide graffiti reporting Zendesk database. 
  • Conduct field work on a semi-regular basis. 
  • Maintain direct daily contact with a variety of diverse community stakeholders, including residents, businesses, and other bureaus and agencies. 
  • Manage significant interagency coordination.
  • Ensure the team’s work implements priorities established by the Mayor through PEMO.  
  • Other duties as assigned.

Ideal Candidate:

  • Solutions Oriented: A savvy project manager able to resolve complex issues and effectively communicate with stakeholders and agency partners. 
  • An Equitable Leader: Experience leading and mentoring people and creating and maintaining an inclusive, respectful and culturally responsive workplace.
  • Value Diversity, Equity and Inclusion (DEI): Use DEI concepts to guide and inform your work
  • Committed to Public Service: A dedicated professional committed to delivering high quality public services and committed to the bureau’s strategic plan and values. 

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