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  • asha.weinstein@sjsu.edu
    ... kbock Sent by: owner-planning-jobs@uclink4.berkeley.edu 07/02/2003 08:59 AM To: planning-jobs@uclink.berkeley.edu cc:
    Message 1 of 3 , Jul 4, 2003
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      kbock <kbock@...>
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      07/02/2003 08:59 AM

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      Subject: Full Time Position (CA)

      CURRENTLY POSTED ON CALJOBS: http://career.berkeley.edu/Jobs/CalJobs.stm

      Business Specialist
      Position reference #76566
      Job was posted on 6/30/2003
      Job will go off line on 7/30/2003


      WCC Business Development Center
      The West Contra Costa Business Development Center is a community based,
      economic development organization located in Richmond, California. The
      Business Development Center is committed to helping small business owners
      entrepreneurs gain the necessary skills and support to develop successful
      companies. Our goal is to help build businesses that grow, create job
      opportunities, and generate a renewed sense of economic activity in our


      The Business Development Center is seeking a dynamic, resourceful and
      committed team player. The candidate shall have the following minimum
      education, background and capabilities:
      ? a Bachelor's degree in business administration or related field;
      ? two years of experience in a similar capacity;
      ? strong working knowledge of business management principles and
      ? excellent written and oral communication skills.

      The ideal candidate must have strong leadership and organizational skills;

      experience working with a diversity of clients, in terms of ethnicity,
      experience, and income levels; and strong analytical skills, including the

      ability to prepare and analyze financial statements.

      Position description

      The Business Specialist will be charged with and given a great opportunity
      impact the growth and success of local small businesses.

      The Business Specialist will be responsible for:
      ? conducting initial client assessments, identifying key business issues
      opportunities, and developing appropriate work plans;
      ? providing assistance to existing and aspiring small business owners in
      such as marketing, management, or finance;
      ? engaging in community outreach and marketing the Business Development
      Center's programs and services;
      ? maintaining collaborative relationships with other organizations
      public and community agencies) that either enhance or facilitate the
      of the Business Development Center's programs.

      Additional information

      Locations : United States
      Position starts : 7/16/2003
      Openings available : 1
      Salary range : $39,520 - $44,720
      Work Types : FullTime, Permanent

      Contact information

      Alex Gomez
      Email : alex@...

      How to apply

      Send resume to: alex@... or 334-11th Street, Richmond, CA 94801.
    • asha.weinstein@sjsu.edu
      ... kbock Sent by: owner-planning-jobs@uclink4.berkeley.edu 09/13/2003 04:27 PM To: planning-jobs@uclink.berkeley.edu cc:
      Message 2 of 3 , Sep 14, 2003
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        kbock <kbock@...>
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        09/13/2003 04:27 PM

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        Subject: Full Time Position (CA)

        Position Announcement -- AAA San Francisco --Transportation Policy Analyst

        The American Automobile Association (AAA) offices in San Francisco are
        planning to announce a job opening for a transportation policy analyst
        position. The position will be located in the public affairs and
        relations department of the California State Automobile Association
        the AAA affiliate that includes northern California, Nevada, and Utah.

        We are seeking candidates with a master's degree in transportation
        engineering, with experience relating to traffic operations and
        energy. Candidates for this position should be interested in
        policy broadly and traffic safety policy more specifically. The CSAA
        governmental relations practices works on local, regional, state, and
        transportation policy, program, and project issues. Candidates should be
        familiar with the governmental organizations and processes involved in
        transportation planning and operations at all levels.

        Ideal candidates will have had at least one full year of professional
        experience within transportation agencies, private sector (e.g.
        businesses, and/or public interest advocacy organizations. Compensation
        benefits for CSAA employees are fully competitive with all three sectors,
        specific salary levels to be dependent upon qualifications and experience.

        The policy analyst position will require some travel within the three
        CSAA territory, and potentially to other parts of the country, including
        Washington, DC. The policy analyst will be expected to work closely with
        governmental relations staff in San Francisco, Sacramento, Carson City,
        Salt Lake City. The successful candidate will report to the Transportation

        Policy Manager, and the position will be based in the San Francisco
        offices of CSAA in downtown San Francisco's Civic Center area.

        Interested parties may submit cover letter and resumes or curriculum vitae
        the CSAA Transportation Policy Manager at the email and mailing address

        Lewison Lee Lem, Ph.D.
        Transportation Policy Manager
        Corporate Affairs, 20th Floor
        California State Automobile Association
        100 Van Ness Avenue
        San Francisco CA 94102-5292
        415 551-5420 (phone)
        415 864-1531 (fax)
        415 264-0156 (mobile)
      • asha.weinstein@sjsu.edu
        ... Program Associate National Programs Team Alliance to Save Energy The Program Associate is responsible for supporting the activities of the Green Campus
        Message 3 of 3 , Mar 18, 2004
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          Program Associate
          National Programs Team
          Alliance to Save Energy

          The Program Associate is responsible for supporting the activities of the
          Green Campus Program. The Green Campus Program is a pilot project
          to involve students in a leadership role in order to promote energy
          efficiency on campus.

          The goals of the Green Campus Program are to:

          · Save energy on university campuses through a student-led
          campaign to
          identify and reduce energy waste through improvements in energy-use
          behaviors, student purchasing decisions and operations changes;
          · Build student awareness about the need to use energy
          efficiently, and
          understand the relationship between energy efficiency and the environment;
          · Strengthen academic learning by helping students use
          their Green Campus
          activities to support their learning.

          · Facilitate communication between all six (6) GCP programs
          (CSU Humboldt,
          CSU Sonoma, CSU Long Beach, UC Berkeley, UC Santa Barbara, UC San Diego).
          · Assist with the organization of twice-yearly meetings of
          the Green Campus
          Councils on each campus.
          · Organize logistics of annual meetings of Green Campus
          Councils and key
          staff from all (6) participating campuses for jointly-held sessions.
          · Meet monthly or every other month with Campus Councils to
          assistance, encouragement and support.
          · Maintain contact with student interns at each campus and
          make periodic
          campus visits.
          · Train student interns at each campus on facilitating
          their own (site)
          council meetings.
          · Assist in preparation of project requirements such as
          quarterly reports,
          invoice and reimbursement requests, sub-contracting, proposal writing and
          budget tracking.
          · Assist with the design and development of new marketing
          materials and web
          site content.
          · Assist with general administrative tasks such as
          correspondence, database
          management, meeting/marketing materials, copying, faxes, etc.

          · Bachelor's Degree in environmental or energy-related
          studies, marketing,
          plus 1-2 years relevant work experience or equivalent combination of
          education and experience.
          · Ability to work independently as well as with a team.
          · Excellent organizational, oral and written communication
          · Proficient computer skills, including MS Word, Excel,
          PowerPoint and
          · Willingness to travel.

          · Experience in field related to energy or energy
          · Familiarity with management and administration of
          government and
          foundation grants.
          · Private sector background with demonstrated knowledge of
          energy related
          technologies, programs and policies.
          · Experience in public speaking.

          Martha Lake (916) 451-0353
          5821 9th Avenue Sacramento, CA 95820
          Email: martha.lake@...
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