Revitalization Specialist 2

Grade 27

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  1. Revitalization Specialist 1

    Grade 23

  2. Revitalization Specialist 2

    Grade 27

Summary of Job Description

Under the general direction of the Coastal Program Manager in the Division of Coastal Resources Management, a Revitalization Specialist 2 functions as a bureau manager with primary responsibility for directing the activities of the statewide Brownfield Opportunity Areas (BOA) Program. The incumbent plans, organizes, and manages the work and staff in the BOA Program including setting policy, establishing goals, choosing projects, determining priorities, and establishing policies and procedures; represents and advocates for the Department of State (DOS) in joint strategy sessions with Department of Environmental Conservation (DEC) executive level staff to advance and improve the BOA Program; assists the Coastal Program Manager in development of major policy, legislative, and programmatic initiatives related to brownfield redevelopment; develops and implements performance measurement programs and monitors performance on projects to evaluate quality and effectiveness of the BOA Program; coordinates required reporting on progress in all assigned areas of responsibility; represents the Division and DOS at meetings involving State and Federal agencies, local governments, consultants, non-governmental organizations, and the public to resolve highly complex and contentious issues and problems; represents the Division and the DOS on interstate boards and commissions dealing with brownfield redevelopment; directs the public outreach programs for BOA; and develops annual workforce plans and budgets.

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