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Alameda, Contra Costa, or San Mateo – Regional Director, Administrative Manager I

The County Director is responsible for the coordination and overall operation of Cooperative Extension programs in Alameda, Contra Costa, San Francisco and San Mateo Counties, and the Elkus Ranch Environmental Education Center in Half Moon Bay, CA.  This individual is the political and administrative leader for UCCE’s four central Bay Area counties. Responsibilities include oversight of effective educational and applied research programs, direction and leadership of academic and support staff assigned to county Extension programs (50 FTE); maintaining effective communication within the University and county government, securing adequate county Extension budgets, and developing and maintaining good working relationships with public and private agencies and with all four counties. The incumbent will increase the visibility of UCCE by communicating the positive impacts and benefits realized by the citizens of the four central Bay Area Counties and the state of California through the activities and contributions of these units.

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Toole Design – Planner

Are you passionate about active transportation? Are you interested in how people and families choose to travel to and from their daily destinations? Do you want to create places and transportation networks that benefit all users? If so, we’re looking for someone like you to join our team as a Planner in our Oakland, CA office.

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MIG – Project Manager: Urban Design

MIG is an award-winning national firm specializing planning, design, management, science, communications and technology. For over 35 years, we have been a guiding force in helping our clients and the public think strategically, communicate effectively, and look beyond convention to produce meaningful design solutions to improve our communities and protect the environment.

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City of Gilroy – Senior Planner

The City of Gilroy is recruiting to fill the position of Senior Planner in the Community Development Department. The goal of this department is to provide current and long-term community planning services in conformance with the Gilroy General Plan and consistent with city council direction to enhance the design and livability of residential neighborhoods, commercial areas and industrial zones within the city’s urban sphere and promote sustainable development.

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Midpeninsula Regional Open Space District – Planner III

Do you have a passion for outdoor recreation and open space? Do you seek an opportunity to work on a variety of planning, design and construction projects that focus on preservation and public use of open space?  With the passage of the Measure AA bond measure in 2014, Midpeninsula Regional Open Space District has been ramping up project planning and delivery to fulfill the commitments made to the public regarding greater outdoor recreational access and environmental education, protected open space lands, and natural resource restoration.

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City of Milpitas – Principal Planner

Located at the southern tip of the San Francisco Bay, Milpitas is a progressive community that is an integral part of the Silicon Valley. With a diverse resident population of 80,430, the City of Milpitas sees each of the approximate 432 full-time equivalent employees as committed to accomplishing the community’s vision by providing fiscally sound, superior services.

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City of San Leandro – Planner II

The City of San Leandro is currently recruiting a new Planner II to assist with current and long range planning. San Leandro is a dynamic and diverse urban Bay Area community of 90,000 people, actively redeveloping itself through the implementation of Transit Oriented Development (TOD) plans at its two BART stations and along the East Bay’s first Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) line connecting to downtown Oakland.

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The City of Brea – Community Development Director

Located in north Orange County, California, Brea is a close-knit community that hosts over 125,000 people who travel to Brea to work, recreate and be entertained. The City of Brea is a value-driven, customer-oriented organization with a reputation for being creative, entrepreneurial, and an exciting model in today’s complex public sector environment. The City of Brea is seeking a Community Development Director who is a committed, customer service oriented, and strong leader who can represent the department with integrity and honesty. The Community Development Department is focused on enhancing the quality of life in the community.

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City of Fort Bragg – Director of Community Development

The City of Fort Bragg, California is seeking an experienced and motivated professional with proven ability to implement community and economic development programs for our Community Development Director position.  It is an at-will executive management position.  Fort Bragg is in Mendocino County, on the rugged and beautiful northern California coast.  The City of approximately 7,300 also serves as the sub-regional center for over 15,000 coastal area residents.  The City is poised for an exciting and challenging future as we continue forward with the redevelopment of the 425-acre ocean front property (roughly one-third of the City) which was formerly the Georgia-Pacific mill site.

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