Sargent Town Planning is an award-winning urban planning and design studio based in Downtown Los Angeles. We are creative problem solvers, focused on making human-scale, pedestrian-oriented, transit-ready urban places of sustainable long-term value. Our small core team – currently 7 full-time staff – collaborates regularly with creative firms and colleagues in allied disciplines around the State and country, attracting ambitious clients who hire us to resolve interesting and complex urban design and planning challenges for which there are no formulas and few precedents.
As a Planner I, you will learn to process planning applications, research, prepare, and assist in the creation of planning studies, plans, projects, and reports regarding land-use, environmental compliance and protection, economic development, and related topics. Planner I’s also assist their colleagues, and County residents, by explaining State and Federal statutes and County rules, ordinances, plans, regulations, and policies relevant to urban and regional land-use and development.
The San Francisco Recreation and Park Department is currently recruiting interns for summer 2020 internships with Rec and Park’s Capital and Planning Division. This is a great opportunity to work during the summer and following school year. The San Francisco Recreation and Parks Department (RPD) hires graduate students every summer for a year-long (or longer) part-time (2-3days/week) positions.
Under general supervision, performs a variety of routine to complex administrative and technical support duties related to the field planning; provides information and assistance to developers and the public on planning related matters and in support of related services and activities of the Planning Department; explains ordinances, requirements, and City codes, and department procedures to building contractors, architects, engineers, builders, and the general public pertaining to design review, applications, permit requests, and concerns; and performs related work as required.
The Community Development Director is the hands-on department head-level position that has the challenge of independently directing, supervising and participating in the day-to-day operations of the Department. Responsibilities include current and advanced planning, zoning and subdivision administration, environmental review, storm water, land use code enforcement, transportation planning, and administration of affordable housing programs.
Are you a motivated team player who wants to contribute their planning skills in a collegial environment with creative ideas for solving complex transportation challenges? If so, this is the opportunity to make a difference in helping address impacts to our built and natural environment. Successful candidates will analyze local Bay Area development projects from a multi-modal perspective, learn about recent trends in analyzing project-related impacts under the California Environmental Quality Act (CEQA) and National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA), and work with stakeholders from local and regional planning agencies as well as developers, consultants, and Caltrans team members from wide variety of disciplines including engineering, transportation and environmental planning, landscape architecture, right of way, water quality and more.
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.
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.
The Planner II position is located in the Planning Department of the Community Development Agency in Hayward. Incumbents work on less difficult planning projects under the supervision of a Senior Planner or assist a Planner III with a major planning project. With experience, the Planner II can assume responsibility for carrying out projects of expanded scope. Duties may include preparing background studies for the General Plan, Plan Elements and Amendments; assisting in preparing specific plans, environmental impact reports and zoning studies; and the analysis of subdivision, site development review and zoning applications. To apply, please submit your online application here.
The Alameda County Community Development Agency’s mission is to enhance the quality of life of Alameda County residents and plan for the future well-being of the County’s diverse communities; to balance the physical, economic and social needs of County residents through land use planning, environmental management, neighborhood improvement, and community development, and to promote and protect agriculture, the environment, economic vitality and human health. To learn more about the Alameda County Community Development Agency, visit the website https://www.acgov.org/cda/