City of Miami

City of Miami, Department of Resilience and Sustainability

Position: Resilience Programs Manager

Opening Date: 01/08/18

Closing Date: 02/02/18

Salary: $63,405.26 – $119,560.27 Annually


This is advanced professional and supervisory work with technical and administrative responsibility in analyzing, understanding, planning, and preparing for the effects of sea level rise in the City of Miami.   An incumbent should possess strong research, organizational, leadership, interpersonal, problem-solving & communication skills, and be able to work effectively both independently and collaboratively. Reports to the Chief Resilience Officer (CRO), or designee, and will be the lead staff person within the Office of Resilience and Sustainability responsible for the coordination and implementation of the City’s resilience strategy related to addressing increased flooding risks associated with sea level rise.


A Bachelor’s degree and four (4) years of  professional administrative or project management experience in water resources, civil or environmental engineering, landscape architecture, urban planning engineering, water management policy, or related fields and  one (1) year experience in managing public processes and working with public interest groups. Certification as a Floodplain Manager is highly preferred. Ability to speak Spanish or Haitian Creole also preferred.

Equivalent combination of education and experience beyond a Bachelor’s degree.



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