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Gateway Greening job posting

  • Subject: [cg] Gateway Greening job posting
  • From: "Betsy Johnson" betsy@bgjohnson.com
  • Date: Thu, 2 Jun 2005 09:58:36 -0400

Program Manager
DEPT/DIV: Gateway Greening, Inc.
STATUS: Full time, Regular 
Designs, manages, implements, and evaluates neighborhood greening and
community garden programs for Gateway Greening. Assists community groups
in the development of projects. Reviews for acceptance proposals from
community groups for services, writes reports to funding agencies, and
purchases materials for community gardens. Assists in budget preparation
and management of agency funds. Serves as spokesperson for Gateway
Greening before groups and the media. Works with a very diverse group of
constituents and volunteers. 
Qualifications include a Bachelor's degree in community social service,
horticulture, or related area, Master's degree preferred, and three
year's previous experience in gardening operations/administration
environment inclusive of experience with community outreach programming
required. Group facilitation and leadership skills strongly desired.
Knowledge of community development in urban environment and strategic
planning a plus. Familiarity with gardening equipment operation.
Excellent written and oral communication skills. Computer literacy,
including knowledge of database management essential. Ability to work
varying schedules, including Saturdays March - October and some
evenings. Ability to lift up to 60 lbs. 
Excellent benefits via the Missouri Botanical Garden.  MBG and Gateway
Greening are equal opportunity employers. 
Please respond with resume and cover letter to Gwenne Hayes-Stewart,
Executive Director at Gateway Greening, gwenne.hayes-stewart@mobot.org 

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