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:
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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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Our new team member will support the planning, development, and implementation of projects and programs and will work alongside a motivated team dedicated to increasing non-drive alone modes of transportation.
This is a 2-year limited term position and applications are due June 14. More details about typical job duties, salary, and how to apply can be found by clicking here.
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