The South Jersey Coordinator would lead Tri-State’s work on the Circuit Trails, a multi-modal trail network that extends for hundreds of miles in the Greater Philadelphia region. In particular, the Coordinator would work with a broad coalition of bike, pedestrian, and environmental organizations to expand and secure funding for trails in southern New Jersey, as well as research and analysis of existing and proposed trail routes.
Small award winning planning firm looking for full or part-time senior level professional planner to work on a variety of municipal and private planning projects including master plan reexaminations, affordable housing cases, economic development plans, redevelopment studies and plans and development review. AICP/PP preferred and attendance at some night meetings is also preferred.
The Berkshire Regional Planning Commission (BRPC) is looking for a unique individual in a new upper level position as Community Services and Planning Program Manager. This position would lead efforts to work with the cities and towns of Berkshire County Massachusetts to build collaborative relationships to improve the delivery of high quality municipal services in a cost-effective way. The primary duties include conducting program development and management, research, analysis, and technical assistance in the areas of service sharing, cooperative purchasing, local government service, and comprehensive planning.
This is a mid‐level professional planning position involving the performance of a variety of municipal, regional or community planning assignments. These assignments may include being the team leader for individual planning projects and programs or for single aspects of larger projects. Planners may also serve as staff for advisory boards as assigned. Work assignments may increase in level of complexity and responsibility as the incumbents’ professional competence increases. The work is performed under the general supervision of the Assistant Commissioner and/or the Commissioner of Planning and Environmental Management. Occasional supervision may be exercised over subordinate planning personnel.