The NJSEA seeks motivated candidates for the position of Planner to assist with the preparation of redevelopment plans and amendments, administrative amendments to regulations, public notices, recommendations with respect to variances and special exceptions and Commission resolutions. In addition, candidates will review development applications and enforce District zoning regulations. Candidates should have a working knowledge of New Jersey’s affordable housing requirements. This position also involves site inspections, and, as such, candidates should be able to climb, traverse rough terrain, and withstand exposure to inclement weather. Position involves interaction with the public, other professionals, and public officials regarding projects in the District and District regulations.
Langan has an immediate opening for an Environmental/Urban Planner for its growing Environmental Planning group in our New York City office. As a successful candidate, you must demonstrate knowledge of, and technical proficiency with, New York City’s Environmental Quality Review (CEQR) and Uniform Land Use Review Procedure (ULURP) processes, as well as National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) reviews. Typical technical work products include memoranda on reasonable worst case development scenarios, environmental assessment statements, environmental impact statement scopes of work, determinations of significance, environmental impact statements, statements of findings, and related documents. You must also be energetic, entrepreneurial, and professional. Strong communication skills are required.