City That Nightlife Isn’t Gonna Crack Down On Itself
posted by June 3 at 15:15 PMon
The city’s looking to fill the new position of “Nightlife Regulatory Coordinator,” answering to the mayor. According to the job description, the regulatory coordinator would “Design and implement a comprehensive regulatory program regarding nightlife establishments in the City of Seattle … recommend and defend a structure and processes that will improve/enhance regulatory efforts across the City… Coordinate the activities of the Joint Enforcement Team [more about those bad boys here]” and “Monitor liquor license applications and renewals … recommend non-renewal when circumstances exist that suggest that the establishment does not operate in a safe manner or comply with City and State laws.”
Among other things.
Oh, and apparently the city hasn’t heard about the recession (see also: Mak, Robert): The position pays between $67,400 and $101,150.
(Thanks to Slog tipper Lara.)