The City of Alameda has selected its next chief executive
The City of Thousand Oaks has an excellent opportunity for a Senior Planner with a diverse background in the field of city planning who has demonstrated the ability to effectively work within all related sub-disciplines, including development planning, advance planning, environmental planning, and open space planning.
We are seeking an innovative, collaborative individual to conduct a variety of planning duties with competence and professionalism. The Senior Planner must be an excellent team player with a track record of excellent judgement who has demonstrated initiative and been successful in improving processes.
The Senior Planner will assume a lead role in complex advance planning, development projects, including residential, mixed-use, commercial, industrial, and institutional proposals and may assist in the preparation of environmental documents (both internally and through planning consultants). The Senior Planner may also process legislative applications, such as zone changes and General Plan amendments, and occasionally assist with open space planning/natural resource management projects.
The ideal candidate should possess:
View the recruitment and apply online at www.toaks.org/jobs
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