PlaceWorks is searching for a planner to join the Environmental Team in our Berkeley office or Sacramento (Folsom) office. We are looking for individuals with 2 – 5 years of experience preparing CEQA documents for a wide range of projects (NEPA experience is a plus) as well as some project management experience. The ideal candidate has excellent writing and critical thinking skills, and is self-starting, outgoing, collaborative, and passionate about helping shape and improve communities and the environment. This position prepares and processes environmental documents to comply with CEQA/NEPA, performs project administration/management, and supports project teams in all aspects of providing environmental consulting services to our clients. Our team works on a variety of private and public sector project work, including environmental review of general and specific plans, schools, parks, mixed-use development, commercial centers, and infrastructure projects.
This position involves leading project teams to develop innovative plans and solutions for public, private, and non-profit clients. The successful candidate will work as part of a multidisciplinary team that provides land use and policy planning, urban design, and community engagement services. Typical projects may include general plans, specific plans, downtown plans, streetscapes, and campus master plans.
MIG, Inc.—a national planning, design, management, communications, and technology firm with 250 employees in 14 U.S. offices—is looking for dynamic urban planners and designers to join our Berkeley, Sacramento, and San Diego offices. For consideration, we ask that you have an education and professional background in urban planning or urban design and foremost, a passion to work with a creative, driven team dedicated to creating great places.
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/
The City of Gilroy is recruiting for a Planning Technician position in the Community Development Department, Planning Division. The goal of the Community Development Department is to provide current and long term community planning services in conformance with the Gilroy General Plan and direction of the City Council, to enhance the design and livability of residential neighborhoods, commercial areas, and industrial zones within the city’s urban sphere, and to promote sustainable development.
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.
Continue your planning and urban design career at a “Best Places to Work” company! Wood Rodgers’ Pleasanton Planning team is looking for a Planner to join our fast-paced, dynamic, and multi-disciplinary team. The person will collaborate on urban and suburban design projects, from concept to public approval. The candidate will possess a strong writing, design aesthetic and graphic skills. The person should be self-directed and desire an opportunity for growth within the organization.
Under direction, the Senior Transportation Planner supervises professional planners, support staff and consultants, carries out activities that provide direction for future transportation services and improvements, and identifies and secures transportation funds.This is the first supervisory level involving responsibility for a major functional area. Substantial judgment and initiative are essential for resolving problems and making recommendations with regard to various projects.
The City of San Bruno is seeking an energetic and forward thinking leader to serve as the City’s Planning and Housing Manager. As the City continues to grow in population and develop within the burgeoning San Francisco Bay Area, now is an exciting time to join the San Bruno Community Development Department. The Planning and Housing Manager performs a variety of routine and complex administrative, technical, managerial, supervisory, and professional work related to housing and current and long-range planning in the City.