Close Date: 1 June 2016     

Job Description

The Julie Ann Wrigley Global Institute of Sustainability at ASU seeks an energetic, creative, and analytical individual to help advance the emerging North American Partnership for Phosphorus Sustainability (NAPPS) into an effective and self-sustaining program. The mission of NAPPS is to promote and foster the implementation of sustainable phosphorus solutions, and especially the widespread establishment of P recycling pathways, in both the private and public sectors in North America.


This program manager will work closely and collaboratively with the NAPPS Director and its Board to coordinate and direct the activities and functions of NAPPS.  For example, the program manager will work with the Advisory Board, Board of Directors, and other stakeholders to plan, direct, organize, and execute workshops to 1) foster stakeholder dialogue and networking; 2) identify the status of technical questions; 3) build a common understanding of bottlenecks and opportunities in this important area.  The Program Manager will also facilitate and coordinate activities of the ongoing (until 2017, possibly 2018) NSF-funded Research Coordination Network (RCN) on P sustainability.

Full vacancy here:^LqNZDbOTt/svFkQXbX/Wnh9GmSDTbR432x/Qgcnz4mUyza7xiZ4lBl4BvH9XzY6e&jobId=2474638&type=search&JobReqLang=1&recordstart=1&JobSiteId=5494&JobSiteInfo=2474638_5494&GQId=1304

TO APPLY please visit: and click on Applicant under Staff Positions. Search openings for Requisition ID number 22669BR


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