The City of Albuquerque is re-discovering our potential by celebrating our multicultural diversity and our authentic resilience as "One Albuquerque." The area's beautiful and varied landscape encompasses the Rio Grande Valley and surrounding Bosque, volcanoes, and forested Sandia Mountains. Complemented by a mild and sunny climate, this landscape provides breathtaking vistas and countless year-round outdoor activities including hiking, skiing, biking, camping, and wildlife watching. Residents and tourists alike are attracted to the vibrant and deeply rooted arts and culture scene and the famous New Mexico cuisine. Compared to many other regions, our residents enjoy a low cost of living and manageable traffic, further contributing to our high quality of life.
The Position: Perform technical and professional support work in an assigned planning area including, but not limited to, policy planning, transit, public works, parks and recreation, family and community services and specialized Capital Implementation Program projects; provide information and assistance to the business community, officials and the public on planning, housing and development, Capital Implementation Program projects and related matters.
Education: Bachelor’s degree in planning, engineering, or architecture and 2 years of planning experience.