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The Liquefied Petroleum Gas Board Director is responsible for overseeing all operational activities within the board ensuring the safe handling of liquefied petroleum gases.

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Provides direction and policy advice to the Office of the Governor concerning crucial issues that effect the safe handling of liquefied petroleum gas within Arkansas; maintains an understanding of industry trends in an attempt to provide accurate information to that office. Collaborates with personnel from the Office of the Governor and the Congressional Delegation to optimize potential opportunities that could advance the significance of the state within the national industry for liquefied petroleum gas. Controls supervisory level personnel that lead the legislative efforts for the board and help influence the efforts of industry partners for the purpose of improving industry climate within the state; serves as the liaison between the General Assembly and the board to generate an understanding of current board regulations. Functions as the primary liaison between the board and executive personnel at companies throughout the nation to improve the state profile as a place to conduct business. Provides mentoring to subordinate board personnel and controls the subordinate personnel that strategically create policy for board enhancement purposes. Travels throughout the nation to specifically targeted markets in an attempt to communicate the message of industry development to numerous professional associations. Performs other duties as assigned.

Knowledge, Abilities, and Skills:

Knowledge of the legislative processes. Knowledge of the proper business protocol for an international industry. Knowledge of the best practices for operational activities within the board. Knowledge of typical industry production rates and potential methods for improvement. Ability to manage subordinate supervisory personnel. Ability to lead the process of strategic implementation. Ability to formulate and communicate vision and direction. Ability to create business proposals. Ability to asses the potential costs of liquefied petroleum gas equipment. Ability to estimate the production capabilities of liquefied petroleum gas equipment.

Minimum Qualifications:

The formal education equivalent of a bachelor’s degree in geology, geophysics, chemical engineering, or petroleum engineering; plus two years of experience in the field, including three years in a supervisory capacity.

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