The Association of Central Oklahoma Governments (ACOG), a voluntary association of city, town and county governments, is excited to announce three job openings.

To continue to help local governments plan for common needs, cooperate for mutual benefit and coordinate for sound regional development, the ACOG 9-1-1 & Public Safety and Community & Economic Development departments are now accepting applications for the following positions:

GIS Specialist II will collect, develop and maintain data to produce desired reports, maps, and/or graphs related to 9-1-1 services provided by ACOG. This position, which is under the direct supervision of the 9-1-1 GIS Manager, will be responsible for maintaining GIS data used in the 9-1-1 system and maintaining MSAG and related databases.

GIS Technician will utilize GIS mapping technology to collect, develop and manipulate data to produce desired reports, maps, and/or graphs related to 9-1-1 services provided by ACOG.

Regional Disaster Economic Recovery (RDER) Coordinator is a temporary – fulltime position. Specifically funded by the Economic Development Administration’s (EDA) CARES Act Supplemental Funding, awarded to ACOG in response to the economic impact of the COVID-19 Pandemic. The RDER Coordinator will perform professional work focused on pandemic economic recovery/development. This will include providing technical assistance to local units of government, businesses and the general public in areas such as business development, financing and entrepreneurialism, and will include grant writing, and implementation of regional programs and projects as outlined in the Capital Area Economic Development District’s (CAPEDD) current Comprehensive Economic Development Strategy (CEDS).

Visit the ACOG Jobs page for more information.

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