H2M Architects + Engineers, a multidiscipline architectural, engineering, planning and environmental consulting firm with offices in NJ and NY seeks a Project Planner to join our Parsippany, NJ office. Our planning department is looking for a hard-working and dynamic personality to work with our team on several exciting major planning projects on the immediate horizon. Successful applicant will work under the direct supervision of experienced planners, but will also be expected to be self-starter who is able to take initiative, complete assigned tasks efficiently under time constraints, and continuously develop planning knowledge and skillsets.
Prepare, amend and update Municipal Master Plan and land development regulations Planning board and zoning board representation and development review. Review, evaluate and recommend zoning amendments and potential reasoning’s Prepare, […]
Community planning office Heyer Gruel & Associates, located in Red Bank, has a need for at least one Senior planner. Assignments will include municipal and private work, including master plans, redevelopment, affordable housing, and other planning studies.
The Edward J. Bloustein School of Planning and Public Policy (EJB) seeks to hire a full-time, tenure-track Assistant Professor or a non-tenure track Assistant, Associate or Full Professor of Professional Practice for appointment beginning July 2024. Candidates should have a specialty in urban design. Strong candidates will focus on reducing the negative effects of extreme climate events on populations and infrastructure, especially through the application of equity-oriented urban design.
Under the direction of the Director, Center for Community for Systems, the Environmental Sustainability Planner will serve as the Center’s subject matter expert on climate resiliency and sustainability, and will participate in studies, projects, technical assistance programs, and educational forums.
The Brownfields Redevelopment Specialist will provide technical assistance and guidance, create tools and resources, and conduct educational and engagement forums to help communities assess, cleanup, and redevelop former industrial and commercial properties (brownfields), transforming them into productive reuse.