Metropolitan Transportation Commission currently has two Section Director positions available. Both Directors work collaboratively in a team environment on key important issues for the San Francisco Bay Area Region. The Section Director, Regional Planning and Section Director, Funding Policy & Programs are responsible for leading and mentoring staff by providing performance oversight and clarifying performance expectations. Under the guidance and direction of the Deputy Executive Director, the Section Directors Section Directors work collaboratively in a team environment with other MTC directors and staff including engaging in MTC’s long- and short-term goals and objectives.
If you are an experienced Community Development professional with a passion for the work and a commitment to community, consider working in Lake County where you can live in a traffic-free, rural residential setting. This unique opportunity will give the successful candidate a chance to work with neighborhoods that, while affected by recent natural disasters, remain resilient and a premier place to live and work.
Why Join our Department? You’ll be joining a team of dedicated and talented professionals that strive to provide the highest quality of service to the San Mateo community, in a dynamic, fast paced, collaborative, and innovative work environment.
Housing Specialist III is the advanced journey level class in this series, having the primary responsibility for performing the full range of housing support duties and for acting as team leader for larger and more complex projects.
Raimi + Associates (R+A) is a multidisciplinary planning, policy, urban design, and research firm with offices in Berkeley, Los Angeles, and Riverside, CA. We focus on creating healthy, equitable, and sustainable communities through land use planning, urban design, and community engagement.
Solano is well recognized for quality of life and affordable California living. Solano County seeks a Planning Manager who will direct the County’s current and long-range planning services and bring a depth of experience in permitting, land use planning, public planning and related policies and procedures, including NEPA, CEQA and environmental laws, codes and practices. This position will report to the Director of Resource Management, oversee a staff of eight and an approximate budget of $3 million.
The City of Sunnyvale has an exciting opportunity for an Assistant Planner to join its Planning Division in the Community Development Department. Under direction of a Principal Planner or Assistant Director of Community Development, the Assistant Planner performs professional work including review of staff-level and minor projects, assistance to the public at the One Stop counter; and performs related work as required.
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.