Dyett & Bhatia, COMPREHENSIVE PLANNERView job details
Dyett & Bhatia, PLANNER/URBAN DESIGNERView job details
Denise Duffy & Associates, Inc., Environmental PlannerView job details
Dyett & Bhatia, CEQA Project or Senior Project ManagerView job details
FEDERATED INDIANS OF GRATON RANCHERIA, PLANNER SERIESView job details
FEDERATED INDIANS OF GRATON RANCHERIA, GIS/INFORMATION SYSTEMS SPECIALISTView job details
AC Transit, Sr. Capital Planning SpecialistView job details
Under general direction, provides professional financial and analytical support to develop capital funding plans, and administer grants. Some positions in this classification will be assigned to assess legislation, and develop and maintain on-going relationships between the District and external funding agencies and transit associations to advocate for funding and legislation that facilitates the maintenance and improvement of transit services provided by the District.
Representative functions include, but are not limited to:
- Maintains and coordinates current capital planning programs including grants administration and conducts studies and analysis.
- Performs complex and difficult capital planning and grants administration studies in support of the capital development and long term planning process.
- Reviews and analyzes federal, state, and regional laws, regulations, and processes and identifies potential impact on District operations.
- Coordinates and maintains the capital planning process, including the oversight and preparation of capital planning documentation for specific funding programs, the District’s federal funding program, and the preparation of assigned financial elements of the short- and long-range capital plans.
- Prepares capital and operational funding applications, amendments and revisions; researches new sources of funding; and prepares reports and correspondence.
- Represents the Capital Planning and Grants department on project development and implementation teams.
- Acts as District liaison and representative on outside funding task forces and committees.
- May exercise technical and functional supervision over professional and office support staff.
- Develops and maintains ongoing relationships between the District and external funding and transit associations, including County and Regional funding agencies, and transit associations.
- Compiles and disseminates information about state and federal legislation and provides financial and/or policy analysis on federal and state regulatory language and mandates, and other issues that affect the District or public transit.
- Represents the District at funding agencies and transit associations, as needed.
- Performs related duties, as required.
- Performs related duties as required.
Education: A Bachelor’s Degree from an accredited college or university in public administration, public policy, transportation planning, or a directly related field. A Master’s degree in a related field is preferred.
Experience: Four (4) years of increasingly responsible experience performing professional administrative support work such as financial analysis, capital or transportation planning, and/or grants administration.
Additional Information:Knowledge Of: Public transportation related policies, needs, issues, constraints and trends; local, county, regional, and state transportation and government agencies, and their lines of communication, planning, and funding processes; principles and practices of general public administration, government and policy development, financial analysis including cost/benefit analysis, grants administration, and capital planning; research and report preparation; project management; contract administration and compliance; pertinent local, state and federal rules, regulations and laws; current office procedures and methods; and computer equipment and applicable computer software programs.
Ability To: Work independently; communicate effectively both orally and in writing; analyze legislative and regulatory language; prepare reports; identify and interpret technical, financial and grant related information; monitor and problem solve operational and technical policy and procedures; prepare complex financial and analytical reports and grants; research, analyze and evaluate a variety of data including financial, organizational, administrative and operational; effectively coordinate multiple projects and studies and meet multiple deadlines; and build and maintain positive working relationships with those contacted in the course of work using principles of excellent customer service.
License/Certifications Possession of, or ability to obtain, and maintain a valid Class C California Driver’s license; and must meet the District’s safe driving standards.
Benefits include medical, dental, vision care, and prescription insurance coverage, including qualified dependents, vacation depending on length of service, accrued sick leave, 11 holidays per year, regular retirement after at least 5 years of service at age 55, free system transportation, and group life insurance.
How to apply:
Please visit The Careers Page.Please note that the Human Resources Department must receive a completed online application, WITH RESUMÉ. Incomplete applications will be disqualified. Only those candidates whose background and work experience best fit the needs of the hiring department will be invited to participate in an examination process that may include written, oral and/or performance segments.
The Human Resources Department will make reasonable efforts in the recruitment/examination process to accommodate applicants with disabilities. If you have a need for an accommodation, please call the Recruitment/Employment Administrator at (510) 891-4783, or TDD (800) 448-9790 for the hearing impaired.
The Alameda Contra Costa Transit District has established the goal of a 100 percent drug and alcohol-free workplace. Applicants will be required to undergo drug and alcohol testing prior to employment and those in safety sensitive positions will be subject to further drug and alcohol testing throughout their period of employment, including random drug and alcohol testing.
AC TRANSIT IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER
University of California, Office of the President – Senior PlannerView job details
How to apply:
CLOSING DATE: May 29, 2013
To review a complete list of UCOP’s open positions, please visit the University of California Office of the President’s Employment Website: http://jobs.ucop.edu
Cambridge Systematics, Intern – Transportation Planning and ManagementView job details
Cambridge Systematics, Inc. is the national leader in developing high quality, innovative solutions to the transportation industry. We are transportation specialists, dedicated to ensuring that transportation investments deliver the best possible results. By providing innovative policy and planning solutions, objective analysis, and technology applications, we help our clients meet future transportation needs while improving the performance of existing infrastructure and operations. Above all, we are committed to our clients’ success in making transportation better for future generations.
Cambridge Systematics is seeking a transportation planning and policy Intern in our Oakland, California office. The Intern will work in our Transportation Planning and Management business line, and engage with clients throughout the western United States. The Intern will provide meaningful contributions as part of a project team on assignments such as statewide and regional planning, multimodal corridor studies, financial and economic analysis, goods movement, environmental analysis, safety and others. Intern candidates must work well as part of a project team, pay attention to detail and accuracy, exhibit self-motivation and problem solving skills, and demonstrate quantitative, collaborative, and interpretive abilities.
Bachelor’s degree in engineering, planning, economics, public policy or a related field; current status as a Master’s degree candidate or acceptance into a Master’s degree program; evidence of strong writing and research skills; and proven experience with spreadsheet/database management and usage.
How to apply:
Qualified candidates please apply to: https://home.eease.adp.com/recruit/?id=4846531
Santa Clara Valley Water District, Environmental Planner IIView job details
San Jose, CA
Duties: This position is to support environmental planning for the District’s $600 million capital program to be delivered over the next 5 years as committed to the voters of Santa Clara County in addition to ongoing watershed stewardship projects. The environmental planner is a core member of the capital team that assesses the project description, develops opportunities and constraints in order to avoid impacts and develops a range of alternatives. This position is the CEQA technical expert that develops the environmental document, typically an EIR for large flood protection projects identified in the capital program. The environmental planner is responsible for contract management of the environmental consultants as well as permit acquisition.
How to apply:
Closing Date for Applications: 5-28-13 by 5:00pm
ENVIRONMENTAL PLANNER II
$7,160.40-$9,165.87 monthly-based on a seven-step salary plan
$85,924.80-$109,990.40 annually-based on a seven-step salary plan
For detailed information regarding requirements and qualifications for this opening and to apply online, please see the job posting by clicking on the following link: http://agency.governmentjobs.com/scvwd/default.cfm#search
City of Rohnert Park, Planner IIIView job details
Rohnert Park, CA
How to Apply:
City of Orange, Community Development DirectorView job details
San Mateo County Transit District, Principal PlannerView job details
The San Mateo County Transit District (SamTrans) serves nearly 100,000 customers each weekday on its SamTrans buses, Redi-Wheels paratransit vehicles, Caltrain commuter rail cars and shuttles, as well as a robust capital program. The Transit District, which is in the heart of the San Francisco Bay Area, is the managing agency for the San Mateo County Transportation Authority. Staff enjoys a dynamic organization that fosters personal development and professional advancement of its staff. The Transit District’s core values include integrity, customer focus, respect, quality, teamwork, leadership, and accountability. Excellent benefits are provided. The agency’s Office of Planning and Development is seeking a Principal Planner to be responsible for development of strategic transit planning initiatives, collaborate with internal and external stakeholders to develop consensus, and serve as a project manager for multi-modal transportation and transit plans, programs and projects. This position will also oversee technical and complex tasks within the department and supervise, assign, review, and participate in planning activities.
The successful candidate will be responsible for development and management of District plans, programs, and projects; will integrate land use planning initiatives and principles into agency-wide strategic plans, corridor transit plans, and local transit-oriented development policies; and develop and manage major transit corridor studies, including Bus Rapid Transit feasibility studies. The Principal Planner will participate in the development of policies and procedures; monitor work activities to ensure compliance with established policies and procedures; as well as consult with senior management on these policies and procedure, including making recommendations for changes and improvements. In this high-profile position, the candidate will perform highly complex analytical tasks in support of transportation planning; evaluate program planning, development, and implementation; establish schedules and methods for providing planning services and identify resource needs. The candidate will review needs with appropriate management staff and allocate resources accordingly; manage consultant contracts; approve and monitor project schedule to ensure timely completion; and ensure accordance with District standards and represent the District at meetings both internally and externally. In this key role, the Principal Planner will present goals and objectives on planning projects; hire, mentor and supervise staff; coordinate staff training, establish performance objects, and perform performance appraisals; as well as participating in the preparation and administration of the program budget by submitting budget recommendations and monitoring expenditures. The successful candidate will also provide support in the development of project scope, schedule, and budget; provide quality assurance/quality control approval on relevant activities; manage selection and performance of consultant contract services for technical support; and develop presentations to public agencies and officials.
Qualified candidates should have sufficient education, training and experience to demonstrate the knowledge and ability to successfully perform the essential functions of the position. Candidates must have a Bachelor’s degree in Urban Planning, Transportation Planning, Transportation Engineering, Economics, Public Policy, or a related field, plus several years full-time progressively responsible planning experience in the above disciplines or a combination of education and experience demonstrating the ability to successfully perform the essential functions of this position. A valid California driver license with a safe driving record is required.
How to apply:
To apply for this position, please visit our website at http://www.smctd.com/jobs.html and follow the related application instructions.
The San Mateo County Transit District (SamTrans) is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer.
City of Half Moon Bay, Community Development DirectorView job details
Half Moon Bay, CA
The City of Half Moon Bay, California (pop. 11,000), is a rural seaside community nestled between the dramatic green Santa Cruz Mountains and the powerful Pacific Ocean approximately 30 miles south of San Francisco. The City of Half Moon Bay is a contract city where the majority of services are provided through contracts and shared services agreements. The City seeks candidates to fill the newly-created position of Community Development Director to manage the City’s activities associated with planning, building, code enforcement, inspection, public works maintenance, and engineering functions. The Director will supervise contract personnel and provide guidance to City employees and contractors regarding community development activities. Department resources include an operating budget of $1.3 million with an annual CIP budget of $6 million.
The ideal candidate is an experienced, creative, and service-oriented development professional who has broad experience in local government development and public works services. Candidates with the demonstrated ability to coalesce the various community development functions into a highly-functioning, productive and collaborative team will be favorably considered. Successful candidates will be skilled negotiators with the ability to work effectively in a community with complex regulatory requirements and nuances. While a technical background in development services is expected, strong management and leadership skills are of the utmost importance. At least five years of progressively responsible relevant local government experience and a Bachelor’s degree required; Master’s degree, professional engineer or AICP certification desirable.
Community Development Director
Salary Range: $126,132 to $153,288 DOQ
Application Deadline: Friday, May 24, 2013 at 5 pm PDT
How to apply:
To be considered for this exceptional career opportunity, submit a resume, cover letter with current salary, and six work-related references to:
CPS HR Consulting
241 Lathrop Way
Sacramento, CA 95815
To view an online brochure for this position visit: www.cps.ca.gov/search
City of Half Moon Bay website: www.hmbcity.com
The City of Half Moon Bay, CA is an equal opportunity employer.
Circlepoint – CEQA/NEPA Environmental InternView job details
CLOSING DATE: March 29, 2013
COMPANY WEBSITE: www.circlepoint.com
JOB DESCRIPTION: Circlepoint is seeking an intern for a three month paid internship in our Environmental Analysis Practice in our Oakland office. The focus of that group is writing and producing California Quality Environmental Act (CEQA) and National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) documents. Circlepoint is a great place to gain experience and exposure toward building a career. We are committed to co-operative education programs. Interns are provided with practical, hands-on experience and exposure to a broad range of practical issues. The position pays $12 per hour.
Responsibilities: Support environmental practice group by conducting research; assisting in writing and revising draft documents; assisting in document printing, production, and distribution; maintaining project files; other related duties.
Requirements: Successful interns have demonstrated strong organizational, research, writing, and verbal communication skills. They are flexible and motivated to learn and have strong attention to detail. A Bachelor’s degree or equivalent experience in environmental analysis, urban planning, or a related field is preferred. Candidates should be proficient with the Microsoft Office Suite, particularly MS Word and Excel.
Must have a clean driving record, a current driver’s license and access to transportation.
Fax cover letter and resume to 510.285.6799 or email to email@example.com
Circlepoint is an equal opportunity employer.
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