RFP – Project Manager – Appalachian Community Grant Program (ACGP)

Mar 27, 2023 | Jobs

Project Manager
Appalachian Community Grant Program (ACGP)
Mayors’ Partnership for Progress (MPP) Regional Transformation Initiative

The Mayors’ Partnership for Progress (MPP) is seeking up to three (3) Project Managers who are highly organized and adaptable, enjoy working in a role that requires attention to detail, are relationship builders, and have public sector experience. The positions are initially externally grant funded for an expected 9 month period pending MOU with the state of Ohio. There is a potential for an extension should the grant extend into CY 2024 or another funding source becomes available to support the scope of work.

For complete details, please read the full RFP, which is linked here.

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