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Fwd: (Public.Spaces) Opening: Manager Denver Parks and Recreation

  • Subject: [cg] Fwd: (Public.Spaces) Opening: Manager Denver Parks and Recreation
  • From: Adam36055@aol.com
  • Date: Tue, 22 Jul 2003 19:02:40 EDT

This is an interesting job.  Wouldn't it be interesting if a Colorado based 
community garden type had the right admixture of skills, vision and blarney to 
apply for this job?

I'd love to apply, but a good parks manager/commissioner should be local - 
really know the locals as well as the politicians.

Sounds like a fun job for the right person,

Best wishes,
Adam Honigman
Volunteer,
 <A HREF="http://www.clintoncommunitygarden.org/";>Clinton Community Garden</A>
 



<< ubj:  (Public.Spaces) Opening: Manager Denver Parks and Recreation
 Date:  7/22/03 4:30:19 PM Eastern Daylight Time
 From:  susan.baird@ci.denver.co.us
 Reply-to:  public.spaces@topica.com
 To:    public.spaces@topica.com (Public Spaces)
 
 Newly elected Denver Mayor John Hickenlooper is seeking an innovative
 Manager of Denver Parks and Recreation.  For this Cabinet level,
 term-limited position, the Mayor  seeks an individual with an
 established reputation and urban experience who can bring broad vision,
 a deep sense of stewardship, a sound fiscal approach, and an
 appreciation of Denver's complex, historic park, recreation, and open
 space system. =20
 
 The Manager will be expected to set the department on a strong course in
 implementing its recently completed master plan, strengthening the
 department's leadership role in the city. Denver Parks and Recreation
 has a combined yearly capital and operating budget between $50 and $60
 million and a combined seasonal and permanent work force of 1400
 employees. Denver has 20,000 acres of parks and open space lands
 (including a 14,000 acre Mountain Park system), 29 recreation centers,
 extensive city-wide programs, forestry division, and an emerging natural
 resource emphasis.=20
 
 Resumes should be sent (quickly) to transition@hickenlooperformayor.com=20
 <mailto:transition@hickenlooperformayor.com> . =20
 You can email or call me for more information.  Thanks.
 
 Susan Baird
 Denver Parks and Recreation
 201 W. Colfax, Dept. 613
 Denver, Colorado  80202
 720-913-0617,  fax 720-913-0783
  >>

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  • Subject: (Public.Spaces) Opening: Manager Denver Parks and Recreation
  • From: susan.baird@ci.denver.co.us
  • Date: Tue, 22 Jul 2003 13:20:47 -0600
Newly elected Denver Mayor John Hickenlooper is seeking an innovative
Manager of Denver Parks and Recreation.  For this Cabinet level,
term-limited position, the Mayor  seeks an individual with an
established reputation and urban experience who can bring broad vision,
a deep sense of stewardship, a sound fiscal approach, and an
appreciation of Denver's complex, historic park, recreation, and open
space system. =20

The Manager will be expected to set the department on a strong course in
implementing its recently completed master plan, strengthening the
department's leadership role in the city. Denver Parks and Recreation
has a combined yearly capital and operating budget between $50 and $60
million and a combined seasonal and permanent work force of 1400
employees. Denver has 20,000 acres of parks and open space lands
(including a 14,000 acre Mountain Park system), 29 recreation centers,
extensive city-wide programs, forestry division, and an emerging natural
resource emphasis.=20

Resumes should be sent (quickly) to transition@hickenlooperformayor.com=20
<mailto:transition@hickenlooperformayor.com> . =20
You can email or call me for more information.  Thanks.

Susan Baird
Denver Parks and Recreation
201 W. Colfax, Dept. 613
Denver, Colorado  80202
720-913-0617,  fax 720-913-0783

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