POSITION DESCRIPTION: The Planning Department has an opening for a 5298 Planner III-Environmental Review in our Environmental Planning Division to perform professional planning work to support the operations and functions of the Department. Staff in the Environmental Planning Division review projects for potential environmental impacts on the City of San Francisco and its residents, a process known as environmental review. Reviews are conducted pursuant to the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) as well as Chapter 31 of the San Francisco Administrative Code, which provides guidelines for implementing the CEQA process.
PlaceWorks is seeking a full-time, mid-level planner to become part of the Housing team. The candidate selected for this position could be based in any of our office locations. We are looking for a planner with at least 3 – 6 years of professional planning experience, ideally with experience in housing, policy, and community outreach. The ideal candidate is creative, outgoing, self-starting, and passionate about helping shape and improve communities through their work. We work in a wide array of communities throughout California, and we encourage diverse candidates from non-traditional backgrounds to apply.
Are you looking for a different type of state government job? Something with a little more excitement and a more fast-paced and fluid environment? How about an opportunity to be part of one of the most remarkable transportation projects in California’s history? The California High-Speed Rail Authority is a small and dynamic state agency that is looking for employees who are interested in a challenging but rewarding job opportunity.
The California High-Speed Rail Authority has an opening at our San Jose office for full time, permanent Staff Services Manager II (Supervisory).
The Mountains Recreation & Conservation Authority’s (MRCA) Coastal Planning Project Manager (Class: Project Analyst III) will plan and manage projects for coastal accessway development, coastal parkland development, trail system development, public access, and open space conservation, including design and construction of new coastal and parkland amenities, creation of parkland and beach access in coastal neighborhoods, renovation of infrastructure and buildings, acquisition of land, and development of long-term improvement, operation and management plans. Capital projects include renovation of existing facilities, new construction by contractors and force account, and fee acquisition and donation of land interests.