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Chandler, Arizona (pop. 250,000), a diverse, progressive and vibrant community in the Phoenix metropolitan area, is seeking an experienced, knowledgeable and collaborative professional to manage and oversee the newly formed Development Services Department comprised of Planning, Building Safety, Engineering, GIS and Regulatory Affairs. The Development Services Director oversees a Department comprised of 76 employees and a budget of $8.5 million.
The City of Sun Valley seeks an experienced and energetic full-time Associate Planner to perform a range of planning duties within the Community Development Department under the general supervision of the Community Development Director.
The City of Riverton is currently accepting applications for the position of Community Development Director. The annual salary range for this position is $65,873 - $91,285 depending on education and experience; and includes a generous benefits package.
Great professional opportunity with Teton County Planning Department! Our ideal candidate is a team player who is a problem-solver and detail oriented with excellent customer service and written/verbal communication skills, especially with technical subject matter, and a desire to build positive relationships with cooperating agencies and customers, including owners, consultants, and developers.
Whatcom County seeks an experienced, proven leader to serve as the Director for the Planning and Development Services department and direct the administration of the Department through accountable, efficient and effective leadership. This important and highly visible position is responsible for planning and directing the efforts of staff and developing strong working relationships both inside and outside the County.
This is a benefited position. The City and Borough of Juneau offers a competitive salary package that includes the opportunity for regular salary increases, an excellent health insurance program, paid leave, and retirement credit through PERS (Public Employees’ Retirement System).
Under the direction of the Community Development Director, plans, organizes, oversees, coordinates, directs, and reviews the work of professional, technical, and administrative staff performing difficult and complex support related to all programs and activities of the Planning division; manages the effective use of the City's land use permitting process, and planning activities to improve organizational productivity and customer service, and provides highly complex and responsible support to the Community Development Director in areas of expertise.
The Planning Association of Washington (PAW) invites you to submit a session proposal(s) for its 2018 conference to be held May 1-4, 2018 at the Campbell’s Resort in Lake Chelan.
The Cheyenne MPO is seeking a Senior Planner to supervise, assign, review, participate and perform professional level work in the field of transportation planning; and to provide information and assistance to agencies and individuals of the Cheyenne Metropolitan Planning Organization (MPO), developers, the business community, and the public on transportation planning, land use planning, socioeconomic data, and related matters.
Under general supervision by the City Planner, this position will assist in the planning and implementation of department projects and programs by collecting data, completing research, and reviewing plans. This position will manage a full range of complex professional planning duties related to land use planning and will perform analytical work through the collection and interpretation of data used to prepare plans, reports, maps, tables and charts.
Logan Simpson, a growing planning and design firm, currently has an immediate opening for a full-time Planner with 3-5 years of experience, to work in our Salt Lake City, Utah office. Ideal candidates must be able to, under general supervision, perform planning, research, documentation, and graphic and layout work; coordinate outreach activities; and perform related duties as required.
The American Planning Association Utah Chapter hosts two professional conferences every year. Spring Conference is held away from the Wasatch Front and generally explores rural and small town issues and brings in between 150-200 participants.