County of Plumas, CA
Under general direction, to perform a variety of the more difficult, complex, and specialized assignments in the preparation and distribution of planning reports; to represent the County Planning with groups and organizations as delegated; perform technical reviews of land use and permit applications, environmental impact reports, and environmental statements; to assist with planning policy formulation and implementation; explains ordinances, resolutions, regulations and County policies to the public; manages and administers the assigned staff; provides administrative support for the Director of Planning; acts for the Director of Planning his/her absence or at his/her direction; performs related work as required. This is a single position class for a mid-level management position which assists the Director of Planning in providing direction and supervision within the County’s Planning and Building Services. An incumbent may be assigned to represent the Director of Planning on standing committees.
Qualifications: Any combination of training and experience which would likely provide the required knowledge and abilities is qualifying. A typical way to obtain the required knowledge and abilities would be: Four (4) years of responsible experience in public planning work equivalent to a Senior Planner with Plumas County.
Salary: $29.73/hr - $36.16/hr
Open Until Filled.
Plumas County Job Application:
For more information, link to the full job description below:
Urban Planning Partners
Urban Planning Partners (UPP) seeks a full-time Planner or Associate Planner to join our team. Our firm is currently working on multiple housing element updates, contract planning assignments, entitlement assistance projects, and environmental review documents. Tasks involved in this effort will include, but are not limited to the following:
Planners generally have 1-2 years of professional planning experience. Associate Planners generally have some project management experience and 3 or more years of planning experience (AICP certification a plus).
Please note that while the office is located in Oakland, we are actively expanding our Sacramento Valley business and are open to full-time remote applicants located in the Sacramento area.
How to Apply
Please visit the full job listing on our company website for instructions on how to apply.
Sacramento, CA; Carlsbad, CA; Oakland, CA; or Portland, OR
GEI Consultants, Inc. is seeking an outstanding mid-level (3-8 years of experience) environmental professional to join our growing environmental team. The position involves executing work on projects located throughout California and the Pacific Northwest in the water, energy, environmental, climate change, habitat conservation and restoration, and other sectors. The position has tremendous short- and long-term growth opportunities for your career within GEI. As part of our multidisciplinary project teams and working/learning under a senior project director and project manager, you will have an important role in executing projects; interfacing with existing and new clients to ensure their environmental compliance needs are met; conducting and coordinating environmental analyses for California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA), National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA), Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC), and other environmental regulations; and working as part of our team to solve an array of problems critical to our most important environmental challenges. The position is a regular, full-time role.
To apply, please visit the posting on GEI’s website here.
GEI is an employee-owned, leading consulting engineering and environmental firm ranked #88 in the ENR top 500 (2020). Get to know us better by visiting GEI’s website at https://ecoandenviro.geiconsultants.com/.
Alpine County Community Development Department
Alpine County is seeking to fill a permanent position in the Community Development Department at either the Planner II or Planner III Level.
Level II and Ill - A Bachelor's degree from an accredited college or university with major course work in regional or city planning, environmental studies, geography, architecture, or closely related field.
Level II - Two (2) years of responsible experience in governmental or similar land use planning work equivalent to a Planner I with the County.
Level llI - Two (2) years of responsible experience in public planning work equivalent to a Planner II with the County.
Required: Possession of a valid California/ Nevada driver’s license.
Planner II Salary Range 45: ($25.16-$30.58) per hour
Planner III Salary Range 47: ($27.76-$33.75) per hour
Final Filing Date: Open Until Filled
Eligible applicants are REQUIRED to complete an Alpine County application form. Resumes may not be substituted for the official county application but may be attached to a completed application. Qualified applicants will be invited to an oral interview after review of the applications. Offers of employment are contingent upon successful completion of background and reference check.
Alpine County job description and application:
Open Until Filled. The first review of applicants will take place on Friday, July 9, 2021.
ESA seeks a highly motivated Senior CEQA Project Manager to join us in Sacramento. We are looking for a team member with 10 or more years of experience, who has the intellectual curiosity and proactivity to lead a variety of analyses and evaluations related to the environmental review of a wide range of development and planning projects throughout Northern California. This is a senior-level opportunity in our ever-growing team of professionals focusing on CEQA-related projects. This opportunity places a high value on collaboration, delivery, leadership, and desire to grow.
Mintier Harnish, Sacramento
Mintier Harnish is hiring at least two planners to work with cities and counties throughout California. This is a rare opportunity for aspiring planners to work with a highly skilled team of planners on cutting edge contemporary planning challenges including general plans, zoning codes, housing elements, climate change, environmental justice, social equity, and healthy communities. Because we are a small firm, motivated self-starters will excel and find professional fulfillment with us. Project management and public outreach experience, creativity, and analytical aptitude are highly desirable. Critical thinking is essential. We are looking for people who can step into a position of responsibility and play an important role on major planning projects, whether as a project manager or planning support.
Please visit our website at https://mintierharnish.com/jobs for details.
ESA seeks a highly motivated Urban Planner to join us in one of our California offices. We are looking for a team member with 3–7 years of experience who has the intellectual curiosity and proactivity to continue the advancement of our established team of community planners and environmental consultants. This is a mid-level opportunity in our ever-growing team of Community Development professionals. This opportunity is focused on collaboration, delivery, and client service.
What’s Special About Our Community Development Team
Our Community Development team has built a legacy of success providing environmental compliance, clearance, and advancement. We combine our firm’s technical depth in natural resources science and environmental planning with deep knowledge of local regulatory practices and procedures, including the most current legislation and case law, to create value-added, cost-effective, and legally defensible solutions for our clients.
ESA is unique in that we have a deep scientific, technical, and regulatory expertise, which we apply to our planning and environmental review projects. We keep project approval and implementation at the forefront, balancing long-term planning, community attributes, stakeholder objectives, and cost. Our focus is on comprehensiveness and clarity, and the result is that our planning, CEQA, and NEPA documents are frequently recognized by professional organizations with awards for creative approach and quality.
ESA is an Equal Opportunity Employer, committed to a diverse and inclusive work environment. (EOE M/V/F/D)
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County of Plumas Planning Department
The County of Plumas is recruiting to fill one vacant flexibility allocated Full Time position with the Planning Department.
ASSISTANT PLANNER: entry and first working level in the professional Planner class series. Incumbents receive relatively close supervision while performing basic planning assignments. This class differs from the next higher level of Associate Planner in that Associate level incumbents have greater decision-making latitude and more independent responsibilities in performing job assignments. An incumbent at the Assistant Planner level who demonstrates sound work habits and the ability to perform independent assignments may expect promotion to the Associate Planner level, when the requisite experience has been gained.
ASSOCIATE PLANNER: experienced working level in the professional Planner class series. Incumbents perform a variety of professional planning work with minimal guidance and supervision. Incumbents have greater decision-making latitude and work independence than Assistant Planners. However, they do not have the lead and work coordination responsibilities of a Senior Planner.
SENIOR PLANNER: most advanced working and lead level in the professional Planner class series. Incumbents perform a variety of the most complex and specialized professional planning work with minimal guidance and supervision. They also provide lead direction and work coordination for other staff. An incumbent may be assigned to represent the Planning and Building Department on standing committees.
Open Until Filled.
Plumas County Job Application:
For more information, link to the full job description below:
Delta Stewardship Council
The Senior Environmental Planner will be based within the Regulatory Review Unit in the Council’s Planning and Performance Division. The Planning and Performance Division is made up of an interdisciplinary team of dedicated environmental scientists, planners, and engineers charged with developing, implementing, and tracking progress on the Delta Plan.
The Regulatory Review Unit is responsible for tracking and reporting on the status of proposed projects that may be subject to Delta Plan regulations, reviewing proposed projects, reviewing and commenting on California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) documents, advising local and state agencies on Delta Plan consistency, and supporting the Council’s legal staff with appeals and responses to public records requests. The Council regulates a broad variety of projects including certain general plan amendments, land use permits, water supply projects, levee improvements, ecosystem restoration projects, transportation projects, and more. The Senior Environmental Planner will be the lead for local and regional land use planning expertise, but may be called upon to track, review, and advise on other types of projects as needed.
The Senior Environmental Planner will also support Division-wide projects and initiatives. Such projects and initiatives may include developing Delta Plan amendments; developing CEQA compliance documents; and conducting research, analyses, and stakeholder outreach on environmental justice, climate change adaptation, and other priority topics related to Delta management. Occasional travel to/within the Delta may be required.
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