Alternative Fuels/Energy, Congestion Reduction, Conservation Science
4 Year Degree
The City of Sun Prairie, WI is seeking a sustainability professional to lead the city's efforts to plan, coordinate and implement sustainability initiatives. This position will provide strategic vision, coordinate with other departments and external agencies, and use a holistic approach to achieve goals in energy use reduction, resource conservation, economic growth and social equity. Incumbent must possess bachelor's degree in related field with minimum of three years related academic and/or professional experience. An equivalent combination of education and experience is acceptable. Looking for strong communication skills and experience in project management and community-building.. Starting Salary $60,000- $63,000 depending upon experience.
Located just outside of Madison, Sun Prairie is the second largest growing community in Dane County with over 35,000 residents who call it home. Join us in our work and commitment to a thriving Sun Prairie. Complete online application: www.cityofsunprairie.com, (608) 825-1174 Deadline: March 8, 2021.
The City of Sun Prairie is committed to advancing equity, honoring our diverse identity, and creating an inclusive culture.
About City of Sun Prairie
Sun Prairie is a vibrant and thriving community located in northeastern Dane county, just east of the City of Madison. The City of Sun Prairie has experienced strong population growth since its incorporation from a village to a city in 1958, undergoing a transformation from a relatively small community of less than 4,000 to an estimated 32,933 today.
The City is well situated regionally, with excellent access to major transportation routes and facilities. Known by many as the birthplace of artist Georgia O'Keefe, Sun Prairie benefits from its proximity to the City of Madison and the University of Wisconsin, which provide many amenities, events, and attractions for both residents of and visitors to the Sun Prairie area.
Sun Prairie has become known in the region for its high quality of life, its excellent parks and recreation programs, historic downtown, its exceptional public school system, and progressive approach to the development and redevelopment of the community.