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Stakeholder Outreach Coordinator

Posted on May 18, 2019 by Central Arizona Project

Phoenix, AZ 85013
Admin & Secretarial
9 May 2019
Annual Salary
STAKEHOLDER OUTREACH COORDINATOR Company: Central Arizona Project Location: Phoenix, AZ Starting Salary Range: $67,496 - $87,692 Job#: 778 CAP is the largest supplier of renewable water in the state of Arizona. We operate and maintain a 336 mile long aqueduct and pumping plant system that stretches from our source at the Colorado River to the communities of central and southern Arizona. On a yearly basis, we pump and deliver over 1.5 million acre-feet of water to enhance the state's economy and quality of life and ensure sustainable growth for current and future populations of Arizonans. CAP is highly respected and takes great pride in providing the people of Arizona this service reliably, cost effectively and in an environmentally sound manner with the highest regard for employee safety and health, evolving public needs and customer satisfaction. Central Arizona Project is a family of caring people who work with pride to create a safe, supportive and friendly workplace. The Public Affairs Department provides a consistent and unified voice for CAP in matters of public awareness, state and federal legislation and strategic positioning of the organization with our stakeholders and throughout legislative or regulatory processes. In addition, the department coordinates all internal and external communications supporting CAP's business objectives. Working as a Stakeholder Outreach Coordinator, you will execute comprehensive outreach and serve as a liaison to enhance communications and relationships with customers and stakeholders, including tribal, municipal, business and agricultural stakeholders. Make recommendations, update and implement related outreach plans, proposals, and/or initiatives. Determine information needs and track emerging issues potentially affecting CAP and its stakeholders, including federal, state, regional, tribal or business policies and regulatory directives. Perform technical, financial, regulatory and legislative research and analysis associated with water, energy and environmental issues as they relate primarily to CAP stakeholders. Establish strategic partnerships with outside agencies as directed by the Stakeholder and Community Relations Manager. Acquire and analyze information and technical data from internal and external sources. Collaborate with inter-departmental and cross-functional teams related to issue areas as needed. Attend numerous meetings and community events and represent CAP before local, state, tribal and other organizations as directed. Provide technical and administrative support as needed; plan and conduct special projects and events as assigned. We employ nearly 500 people who enjoy the close community of a small company while helping to fulfill our extremely valuable mission. We offer highly competitive salaries and excellent benefits including membership in the Arizona State Retirement System, 401(k), medical, dental, vision and life insurance coverage, 4-10 work schedule, and significant investment in employee training and development. Eligibility for benefits begins on the first day of employment. CAP is truly a great place to work! RESPONSIBLITIES In this position you will identify, recommend and implement, as directed, comprehensive and appropriate strategies to liaison and enhance communications and relationships with customers and stakeholders. Includes planning tours and other outreach activities. A few of the specific responsibilities include: Manage and perform technical, financial, regulatory and legislative research and analysis in support of CAP's goals and initiatives primarily impacting stakeholders. Determine information needs and track emerging issues potentially affecting CAP, including federal, state, regional, tribal or business policies and regulatory directives. Monitor City and Tribal Councils, agency and board agendas and related business organizations agendas and issues. Attend numerous meetings and represent CAP before tribal, state, local and business organizations as directed. Provide comprehensive documentation of meeting activities. Identify, participate and staff relevant community events as directed. QUALIFICATIONS A Bachelor's degree in an appropriate field with five (5) years of experience performing functions related to the essential duties of this position. Excellent interpersonal, negotiation, conflict resolution and customer service skills. Strong research, critical analysis and writing skills. Preference given to those with an advanced degree and related intergovernmental experience. Official CAP Job Title: Public Policy Analyst Please note: The salary range indicated on this job ad reflects our target starting salary range and not the full position range for current employees. Category: Administrative , Keywords: Public Policy Analyst

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