FP2 Invites Applicants for Executive Director
Following over 12 years as executive director of FP2 Inc., and more than 35 years in the pavement preservation community, Jim Moulthrop, P.E. — executive director of FP2 — has announced his retirement, effective February 2022, following the completion of the Transportation Research Board (TRB) annual meeting. Jim’s impact on the preservation industry and FP2 is incalculable. Please join us in wishing Jim a long and fulfilling retirement.
The FP2 Inc. Board of Directors invites applications for the position of executive director of FP2 Inc.
The executive director is responsible for FP2 Inc. programs, operations, and coordination of FP2 Inc. activities. The director reports to the FP2 Inc. Board of Directors and will receive strategic advice from the FP2 Inc. Board. Areas of focus include
- Pavement preservation advocacy
- Pavement preservation research
- Related information transfer.
The successful candidate must have an entrepreneurial approach in pursuing and cultivating opportunities that will advance the FP2 Inc. mission.
Roles and Responsibilities
Primary duties include directing the development and oversight of the FP2 Inc. strategic plan, advocating for the full funding of the Highway Trust Fund, and continuing use and enhancement of pavement preservation language currently listed within the highway legislation. Additionally, the executive director shall coordinate FP2 Inc.’s involvement in the Preservation Group Study with NCAT/MnROADS.
The successful candidate will be required to:
- Travel to and represent FP2 Inc. at relevant regional, national, and international meetings and events, coordinate recruiting efforts for new partners and contributors, and expand networks of preservation practitioners.
- Exhibit effective internal and external communication, operational oversight, administrative and budget responsibility
- Demonstrate leadership and effectiveness in organizational and strategic planning
- Formulate and communicate a compelling vision for FP2, Inc.
- Demonstrate a history of working effectively with state, local and federal transportation agencies, industry associations, contractors, suppliers and academia.
- During the transportation legislation period, coordinate communications with Alignment Government Strategies, the Board and subcommittees with the Senate EPW/T&I staff.
A more detailed list of roles and responsibilities can be obtained by contacting the search committee chairman listed below.
- A college degree in an associated field
- Licensure as a Professional Engineer
- Some research experience in a related field
- Experience in developing, organizing, and offering professional workshops or webinars.
The position is considered part time and will available Feb. 1, 2022.
For full consideration, applications should be received before Nov. 1, 2021.
Interested individuals are required to apply by submitting a detailed resume to the search committee chair listed below, including a cover letter summarizing qualifications, and vision statements for outreach to industry stakeholders.
For more information, contact the search committee chair, and FP2 president Tim Harrawood via e-mail at email@example.com