Bergmann is looking to add an experienced Planner to our expanding team! We work with a variety of municipalities to create custom comprehensive plans, update existing plans, and create a feeling of community across New York and Pennsylvania. We specialize in public outreach and engagement, revitalization efforts, and community planning. If you’re someone looking to make the world around you better and get excited about seeing plans come to fruition, this might be the perfect fit!Read More
Purpose of Position:
To participate in the development of creative and technical solutions in the planning and design of land development projects such as signature corridors, complete streets, parks and trails, site design, retail and commercial facilities, and college campusesRead More
This position will support the review and processing of grant agreements, payment requests and correspondence for OCR grant programs including the Neighborhood & Rural Preservation Programs. This position requires a candidate with high-level attention to detail and advanced organizational skills.Read More
This position will support the New York Main Street program and other downtown revitalization grant activities administered by the Office of Community Renewal. Project Managers in OCR oversee a portfolio of grant projects by providing technical support to applicants and awardees, processing payment requests and monitoring project progress and compliance.Read More
Frederick P. Clark Associates (a Hardesty & Hanover member company) is a leading Westchester County and Connecticut consulting firm and is seeking a Community Planner to work in a dynamic and enriching environment.Read More
LaBella Associates Planning Division seeks a Planner to join our Downtown Buffalo office. The Planning Division at LaBella Associates provides planning, environmental, permitting, and funding services to a variety of municipal, private, and utility clients in addition to serving internal LaBella divisions.Read More
The New York Planning Federation (NYPF) is seeking a part-time Executive Director who will be responsible for the overall leadership and management of a membership based, non-profit, educational organization with offices located in Albany, NY.Read More
The work involves directing the activities of the County Planning Division in the development of plans for County growth as well as programs and policies and coordination of County and other agency planning.Read More
Ingalls Planning & Design is a small community planning and design practice located outside Rochester, NY. We specialize in comprehensive planning, urban design, zoning, and waterfront planning.Read More
Under the general direction of the Senior Vice President, Homeownership and Community Development, the Deputy Commissioner, Office of Community Renewal is responsible for the successful administration of ten active state and federally funded affordable housing and community development programs, with a combined annual program budget of more than $100 million.Read More
The Jefferson County Department of Planning is seeking a qualified person to fill an entry-level position. Jefferson County is located where the St. Lawrence River meets Lake Ontario at the foothills of the Adirondack Mountains and Tug Hill.Read More
G/FLRPC is seeking a Planner to support the work of the Regional Planning Council. The three main program components at G/FLRPC are Economic Development, Regional, Local & Water Resources Planning, and the Data, Technology & Resource Center.Read More
The Genesee/Finger Lakes Regional Planning Council (G/FLRPC) is seeking applicants for a fulltime position as a Senior Planner. The Senior Planner has both program and project responsibilities, assists in the success of the organization and has general responsibilities, organizational responsibilities, and performs other duties as assigned.Read More
The Genesee/Finger Lakes Regional Planning Council (G/FLRPC) is seeking applicants for a fulltime position as a Clean Energy Communities Coordinator based on Clean Energy Community Coordinator program funding. The successful applicant will be a G/FLRPC Planner and carry out tasks related to the New York State Energy Research and Development Authority’s (NYSERDA) Clean Energy Communities program.Read More
The New York State Tug Hill Commission is hiring an entry level Planner to provide assistance to local governments in the rural Tug Hill Region in the areas of land use planning, local law development, and general technical support to planning boards and other involved municipal boards.Read More
The work involves responsibility for developing, implementing and managing municipal planning projects and processes. The incumbent performs a variety of professional planning activities and services either as project manager or support staff, including reviewing and evaluating site plan review applications for the Planning Board and zoning appeal applications for the Board of Zoning Appeals.
The incumbent also conducts multifaceted research and analysis, community outreach, provides technical advice to municipal officials, and prepares applications for and administers grant funds. The work is performed under the general supervision of the Director of Planning and Development with considerable latitude allowed for the exercise of independent judgment in the performance of the work. Candidates with background in design, landscape architecture, environmental planning or environmental science are encouraged to apply.
SALARY: $44,354, with subsequent step increases to $55,442 (35 hrs/wk)
MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: Either:
A. Graduation from a regionally accredited college or university or one accredited by the New York State Board of Regents to grant degrees with a Master’s degree in planning or a closely related field with similar course curriculum; or
B. Graduation from a regionally accredited college or university or one accredited by the New York State Board of Regents to grant degrees with a Bachelor’s degree in planning, architecture, public administration, engineering, environmental studies or a related field and one (1) year of fulltime paid experience, or its part-time paid and/or volunteer equivalent, in municipal, community or regional planning; or
C. An equivalent combination or training and experience as defined by limits of (a) and (b).
RESIDENCY REQUIREMENTS: There are no residency requirements for this position.
EXAM REQUIREMENTS: A civil service exam will be given at a later date.
APPLICATION MATERIALS REQUIRED:
• City of Ithaca application
• Copy of college transcript
All applications must be original applications, either hard copy or electronically submitted through our online application program. We do not accept faxed applications, e-mailed applications or photocopies of applications.
Submit required application materials by Wednesday, May 15, 2019 to:
City of Ithaca
Human Resources Department
108 East Green Street Ithaca, NY 14850
The City of Ithaca is committed to Equity and Inclusion. We encourage those with similar values to
Issued: April 25, 2019
City of Ithaca
Office of Human Resources / Civil Service
108 E. Green St. - Ithaca , NY - 14850
Parks & Trails New York is the leading statewide advocate for New York’s parks and trails, providing a voice for park and trail users and supporters with decision makers and the environmental community.
PTNY seeks a dynamic project coordinator to promote outdoor recreation and active transportation through advocacy and planning efforts, as well as implementing various programs and events.
Tasks and Duties
Develop materials, perform direct outreach and attend meetings, conferences and other events to promote trail use and communicate the connection between outdoor tourism and economic development
Assist with research into the economic, health and environmental benefits of developing trail networks and encouraging active transportation
Provide technical assistance to communities looking to develop new multi-use trails and promote existing trail networks
Advocate for legislation promoting outdoor recreation and trail network development, including organizing coalition efforts
Coordinate with state agencies and municipalities to address issues related to the development and management of multi-use trails
Develop and produce print and electronic newsletters, social media posts, reports, and other publications
Minimum B.S. in planning, landscape architecture, natural resource management, public administration, recreation, or related field and at least two years of related experience
Ability to work with diverse stakeholders, build consensus, and inspire and motivate communities and constituents to action
Excellent written and oral communication skills, including meeting facilitation and public presentations
A self-starter able to work with minimum supervision on multiple assignments and projects and thrive in a collaborative and fast-paced office environment
Additional Skills/Experience Desired
Familiarity with NYS parks and trails and environmental and planning issues
Experience with state and local government and non-profit organizations.
Knowledge of GIS mapping and analytical tools and design software
A passion for outdoor recreation and the environment
Work Hours: F/T position based in Albany with some in-state travel and evening and overnight commitments Compensation: Competitive salary and excellent benefits package
How to Apply: Submit a resume and cover letter with salary requirements to Project Coordinator Search, Parks & Trails New York, 29 Elk Street, Albany, NY 12207, firstname.lastname@example.org. The position will remain open until filled.
Parks & Trails New York is an equal opportunity employer.
The Orange County Planning Department is now accepting applications for the position of Intern. The work involves responsibility for providing research assistance and staff support on special projects to the Planning Department in Orange County Government. Topics addressed by the Planning Department include land use, transportation, mass transit, natural resources, and agriculture. Intern positions provide an on-the-job training situation through exposure to many facets of County Government while at the same time contributing to the upgrading of on-going County programs, technical projects and formulation and testing of new programs and services. Work is carried out in accordance with established policies and procedures and involves the study of problems, gathering relevant information and developing and preparing reports with findings and recommendations designed to assist management in the decision-making process. The work is performed under the general supervision of the department head. Does related work as required. Further information about the Planning Department is available on our website: https://www.orangecountygov.com/253/Planning
(A) Completion of 12 semester credits from a regionally accredited college or university or one accredited by the New York State Board of Regents to grant degrees; OR
(B) Training and/or work experience appropriate to the responsibilities of the particular department assignment as determined by the Department Head.
SALARY: $16.7549 per hour (up to 35 hours/week for 8 weeks) SEND APPLICATION APRIL 26, 2019 TO:
Orange County Planning Department
124 Main Street
Goshen, NY 10924
Phone: (845) 615-3840/ Fax: (845) 291-2533 ATTN: Ellen Russell
Employment applications can be downloaded from Orange County’s website. Please visit www.orangecountygov.com and follow the link to the Department of Human Resources page.
An Equal Opportunity Employer
Date of Issue: 4/5/2019 Position#19570
The City of Albany’s Department of Planning and Development is an interdisciplinary office of professionals that apply progressive urban planning practices to preserve and protect neighborhoods, manage and promote adaptive land use, and guide sustainable growth in our community. The Department is seeking an intern to assist Planners in project management, review, regulatory and public noticing compliance, and the administration of the Historic Resources Commission (HRC), Board of Zoning Appeals (BZA) and Planning Board (PB).
Draft and edit agendas, presentations and decisions for HRC, BZA and PB workshops and meetings
Assist planners with development reviews and project management
Attend project meetings and provide accurate meeting minutes
Perform zoning and land use research, provide analysis and findings
State Environmental Quality Review
Students currently involved in graduate coursework related to urban and regional planning
Strong research and data analysis skills
Attention to detail
Strong written and verbal communication skills
Proficiency with Microsoft Office products
Ability to work independently under general supervision
This internship will begin in May and conclude in September with the possibility of an extension. Successful applicants are expected to complete a minimum of 20 hours per week and will receive a stipend of $500 per month. The position will be located at the Planning Office at 200 Henry Johnson Boulevard.
Applicants must submit a resume and cover letter in PDF format by 5 PM on Friday, May 3rd to Yasmine Robinson, Deputy Director of Planning at email@example.com.