National Association of City Transportation Officials (NACTO)
To apply: Send a cover letter and resume as one PDF file to email@example.com with subject “Program
Job Title: Start Date: Salary: Location:
Commensurate with experience
New York City (Midtown Manhattan)
Join the dynamic staff at the National Association of City Transportation Officials (NACTO). NACTO, a non-profit association that represents large cities on transportation issues of local and national importance, seeks a Program Coordinator with a background in the field of city planning, sustainable transportation, urban design, public policy, or a related field. The Program Coordinator will liaise with a network of visionary transportation practitioners and leaders on pressing issues in city transportation, such as street design, bicycle infrastructure, public space, pedestrian safety, public transit, and local transportation policy. The Program Coordinator will play a major role in developing and coordinating the leading national transportation conference, Designing Cities. The Program Coordinator will also support NACTO’s leadership development program as well as other events, trainings, and workshops in cities across the country.
The desired candidate is self-motivated with an interest in working directly with city staff around the country on issues of sustainable transportation and major trends in urban planning, design, and policy. Excellent communication skills are a must, including written, verbal, and interpersonal. The ideal candidate will have an exceptional eye for detail and the ability to manage multiple projects concurrently. Prior experience with major event planning is strongly preferred. The ideal candidate thrives in a fast- paced, productive workplace. This position reports to the Director of Policy and Special Projects.
Responsibilities will include:
? Major role in planning, developing, and executing the Designing Cities conference in Chicago, 2017 – NACTO’s annual conference, which attracts an audience of 800 transportation leaders and practitioners from over 125 cities
o Assist with conference program development, identifying leading projects and topics from NACTO cities o Coordinate with NACTO staff to produce trainings and workshops at the conference o Lead on speaker outreach and coordination, communicating with 100+ speakers, facilitating panel planning calls, and ensuring speakers are prepared
o Lead on attendee engagement, publicizing information and answering questions from conference participants
o Coordinate conference logistics before, during, and after the event, in partnership with a local event manager in Chicago
o Assist on-site in Chicago during the conference (October 30-November 2)
? Support the new NACTO Leadership Development Program
o Work with NACTO’s Director of Policy and Special Projects to launch the first cohort of NACTO’s leadership development program
o Coordinate in-person events and webinars for program participants
? Proficiency with Adobe Creative Suite (InDesign, Photoshop, and Illustrator)
This opening will remain posted until Friday, March 17, 2016. Do not wait to apply! We will consider applications on a rolling basis, and may not wait until the deadline to interview and extend offers.
NACTO is committed to workplace diversity and inclusion. We are equal opportunity employers and do not discriminate in hiring or employment on the basis of race, color, religion, national origin, gender identity, marital status, sexual orientation, age, disability, veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by federal, state, or local law. We offer competitive salaries, excellent benefits, and a passionate working environment. Salary is based on a nonprofit scale and commensurate with experience.
Communications & Outreach
Communications and Outreach Intern (COMO2017)
Job Category: Communications and Outreach Intern
Experience Required: Current enrollment in an undergraduate or graduate program
Salary Range: Undergraduate $12.00 per hour, Graduate $15.00 per hour
The Chicago Metropolitan Agency for Planning (CMAP) is seeking to hire a full-time summer communications and outreach intern to assist with the publication, messaging, and distribution of agency materials and public engagement support for CMAP’s next comprehensive regional plan. The Chicago Metropolitan Agency for Planning (CMAP) is our region’s comprehensive planning organization. The agency and its partners are developing ON TO 2050, a new long-range plan to help the seven counties and 284 communities of northeastern Illinois implement strategies that address transportation, housing, economic development, open space, the environment, and other quality-of-life issues. See www.cmap.illinois.gov for more information.
The Communications and Outreach Intern is responsible for helping to develop and manage CMAP content in a variety of print and electronic formats and assisting community outreach and engagement with CMAP partners, stakeholders, and constituents. Above all, the position requires excellent attention to detail that includes writing and editing skills, familiarity with Microsoft Word and Excel, and some experience using social media and web content management systems.
The ability to think critically and work independently is essential. Over the course of the internship, the intern will work on projects across a variety of policy and local governance issues. Some in-region travel, and work in evenings and on weekends may be required.
Provide assistance as needed to support effective communications and public engagement for CMAP.
Knowledge, Skills and Abilities
The Communications and Outreach Intern must have excellent skills in writing and other forms of communication, including public presentations. The position also requires a demonstrated ability to quickly understand and communicate complex policy issues. Another primary requirement is attention to detail, including mastery of grammar and style necessary when writing for various public audiences.
The intern must be a quick learner — someone who is not afraid to ask questions and is willing to take on additional responsibilities and leadership. Strong time management and organizational skills are also necessary.
The intern must have proficiency with web and content management software and systems. Familiarity with HTML and other web languages is a plus but not required.
Applicants should submit two to five writing samples from a wide range of formats (e.g., press releases, fact sheets, articles, reports, and other published works).
Education and Experience
Undergraduate applicants must be entering their junior or senior year in fall 2017. B.A. degree in Journalism, Communications, English, Political Science, or other communications-intensive discipline recommended. Graduate applicants must be entering their first or second year in fall 2017. M.A. degree in Public Administration, Public Policy, Urban Planning, Journalism, or Communications also encouraged. Prior work experience should include demonstrated excellence in writing and other communications in a team environment.
Depending on the student’s availability, this is a full-time summer position beginning in May or June 2017. It could potentially continue into the 2017-18 school year, but that is not guaranteed. Minor start and end-date accommodations may be made upon request.
Please submit cover letter and resume via our website at
http://www.cmap.illinois.gov/about/careers. Please refer to Job Code (COMO2017).
Posting End Date
This posting will close on March 1, 2017 at 5:00 p.m. CDT. All applications must be completed and submitted within the 30-day timeframe.
Position will remain open until filled (The Chicago Metropolitan Agency for Planning is an Equal Opportunity Employer).
Last call for abstracts for academic research papers, workshops and practice papers for the 3rd International Conference on Urban Sustainability and Resilience in London on 13 and 14 June.
The deadline for submissions is 13th February.
We invite research students, academics and industry practitioners to submit abstracts for research papers, workshops and practice papers on the following themes:
Abstracts for posters are also invited (deadline 17th March). Prizes will be awarded for the best paper and best poster.
Further information: https://www.ucl.ac.uk/usar/
Submit via: https://www.conftool.pro/
$62.56 – $76.04/hour; $10,844.00 – $13,180.00/month; $130,130.00 – $158,158.00/year
Application Deadline: 2/15/2017 5:00 PM
The Planner V – Transportation position has upper-level responsibility for coordinating major transportation-related planning efforts, both within the Planning Department and across municipal and regional agencies. The position performs and oversees work related to transportation planning, policy development, funding strategies, and impact analysis. This position is responsible for convening and managing high-level, collaborative transportation vision, planning, and funding strategy efforts amongst multiple municipal and regional agencies, including the SFMTA, SFCTA, Mayor’s Office and regional transportation agencies. As a high-level position, it represents the Department and the City/County, advocating on behalf of its policy objectives in local, regional and State interagency forums and initiatives. The successful candidate must have expert conceptual, technical and project management abilities and a strong ability to convene multiple agencies and interests and represent the City/County in regional transportation conversations and forums.
The position will direct the Connect SF program (connectsf.org). Connect SF is a multiagency collaboration to develop a long-range transportation vision and implementation strategy to improve mobility for all people in San Francisco, and to promote the strategic integration of land use and transportation for the city and region. It seeks to build an effective, equitable and sustainable transportation system for our future, so current and future generations can get around the city safely, reliably, and conveniently. The position will also direct the update to the Transportation Element of the San Francisco General Plan, consistent with the Connect SF preferred transportation vision.
The position will supervise transportation planning staff within the Citywide Planning Division, and will be a key member of the Citywide Division management team. The successful candidate must have strong management skills, including envisioning, developing, and directing a long-range transportation planning work program, and managing the work of other staff towards achieving the goals of the work program.
The Planner V is the highest level position in the Planner series, is housed in the Citywide Planning Division of the Planning Department, and reports to the Director of Citywide Planning. As such, the Planner V – Transportation serves as a member of the Citywide Planning Division’s management team.
Essential duties include, but are not limited to:
Planner Vs may be required to attend meetings or participate in work-related activities outside of normal working hours (evenings and weekends) in various community locations. Some positions may require possession of a valid driver’s license, or may require specialized experience in order to perform department specific planning duties.
The stated desirable qualifications may be used to identify job finalists at the end of the selection process.
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CMAP Executive Office
Executive Program Coordinator (EPC2017)
January 9, 2017
Job Category: Associate
Experience Required: 3 to 5 years
Salary Range: $54,000 to 66,933
The Chicago Metropolitan Agency for Planning (CMAP) seeks to hire a full-time Executive Program Coordinator to assist with support for the Executive Director, Chief of Staff and General Counsel, and CMAP Board and Policy Committee activities. CMAP is the official regional planning organization for the seven northeastern Illinois counties of Cook, DuPage, Kane, Kendall, Lake, McHenry, and Will. CMAP developed and now guides implementation of metropolitan Chicago’s comprehensive regional plan, GO TO 2040, and has begun development of the region’s next comprehensive plan, ON TO 2050. The ON TO 2050 regional plan will establish coordinated strategies to help the region’s seven counties and 284 communities address transportation, housing, economic development, open space, the environment, and other quality-of-life issues. See www.cmap.illinois.gov for more information. For detailed information about our benefits, please go to http://www.cmap.illinois.gov/about/careers#benefits.
The Executive Program Coordinator will work in the CMAP executive office to support the Executive Director and the Chief of Staff and General Counsel. The position will be required to vet meeting and speaking requests for the Executive Director, prepare appropriate talking points or remarks for the Executive Director, and work with all CMAP departments to ensure the Executive Director has the most up-to-date policy positions and appropriate background information prior to meetings, speaking events, or engagements with outside partners. The Executive Program Coordinator will also proactively work with the Outreach Team, Senior Development Specialist, and other CMAP Departments, as appropriate, to seek opportunities for the Executive Director to engage with new and existing external partners. The position will also be required to assist the Chief of Staff and General Counsel in preparation and review of CMAP Board, MPO Policy Committee, Transportation Committee, and other committee materials. The Executive Program Coordinator must be an excellent writer and a dynamic thinker, and have a demonstrated ability to manage multiple tasks and meet deadlines.
Meetings and Invitations
Knowledge, Skills and Abilities
The Executive Program Coordinator must have excellent writing, time management, organizational, and interpersonal skills. The Executive Program Coordinator must be a self-starter and quick learner — someone who is not afraid to ask questions and is willing to take on additional responsibilities and leadership. The Executive Program Coordinator must also be able to effectively collaborate with other staff and ensure cooperation to meet deadlines, although the position is not a management position. The position requires a demonstrated interest in transportation or land use planning, transportation programming, or other discipline that CMAP covers.
Education and Experience
B.A. degree is required (M.A. preferred) in a relevant discipline such as Urban Planning, Public Policy, Public Administration, Journalism, Communications, English, or Marketing.
Demonstrated responsibility supporting a senior level executive or manager is required. Prior work experience is required and should include demonstrated excellence in writing and oral communications in a team environment. Demonstrated ability to manage and contribute to complex projects is preferred.
How to Apply
Please submit cover letter and resume via the web at: http://www.cmap.illinois.gov/about/careers. Please refer to Job Code (EPC2017).
Posting End Date
This posting will close on February 9, 2017. All applications must be completed and submitted prior to 5:00 p.m. CDT.
The Chicago Metropolitan Agency for Planning is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
Position Title: Economic Development Planner
Employer’s Name: Pueblo of Laguna
Job Location (City, State): Laguna, NM
Job description: The Economic Development Planner coordinates the development of economic development studies and plans; contributes to the development and update of capital improvement, comprehensive, topic-specific, and site plans for the Pueblo of Laguna; supports the development and administration of planning contracts; compiles data relevant to planning; implements studies and public involvement processes necessary for planning; and supports Pueblo departments in program planning. A Master’s Degree in community, urban, or regional planning or a related field is required. Three years of experience in economic development or administration of planning contracts is required. Experience working for a tribal government preferred. Note: please check the weblink for more information and the closing date.
Weblink for further information: http://lagunapueblo-nsn.gov/Employment.aspx
Principal Planner-Comprehensive Planning & Regional Cooperation Section
$82,128.80 – $98,885.54 Annually
Women and People of Color Strongly Encouraged to Apply
The City of Madison seeks a qualified Principal Planner with excellent communication skills to be part of the leadership team for the Planning Division. The Principal Planner will lead the Comprehensive Planning and Regional Cooperation (CPRC) Section, an experienced eight-person team of planners and data specialists responsible for maintaining and tracking progress on the City’s Comprehensive Plan, planning for efficient future growth on the periphery of the city, data management, and relationship building with area municipalities and other government entities.
To be Successful
We are seeking candidates with professional planning experience including responsibilities for land use and community planning, project management, public engagement, and work as a leader or member of a team.
To view the full job posting including information on our excellent benefits and to apply online, please visit: www.cityofmadison.com/hr. Applications must be received by January 30, 2017 to be considered.
Position Title: Project Manager I
Employer’s Name: Resources for Community Development
Job Location (City, State): Berkeley, CA
Job description: The Project Manager I, under the direction and supervision of RCD’s Director of Housing Development, will have primary responsibility for a full range of development activities relating to affordable multifamily housing development projects.
I. Responsible for researching and securing funding sources to support feasibility, pre-
development, construction and permanent loan phases of development.
II. Responsible for assisting Senior Housing Development staff in securing entitlements for new
projects in the RCD pipeline
III. Responsible for procuring, contracting with, and managing a variety of development related
vendors, consultants, and contractors
IV. With support from Senior Housing Development staff, responsible for developing and maintaining
multiple budgets and financial pro forma throughout the development process
V. Manage transition of completed projects from development to operations
Qualified applicants should have at least 2 years of progressive experience in affordable housing, finance, and/or real estate. The position requires a strong knowledge of affordable housing real estate development, affordable housing funding programs, real estate finance, and construction
Minimum: Bachelor’s degree in finance, economics, urban studies, architecture or related field, or
equivalent combination of education and/or experience.
Desirable: MBA, master’s degree in city planning or related field
Weblink for further information: https://rcdhousing.org/wp-content/uploads/2016/11/RCD-Project-Manager-I-2016-11-23.pdf
Senior Community Development Specialist I
$40.21 – $48.88/hour; $6,970.00 – $8,472.00/month; $83,642.00 – $101,660.00/year
Application Deadline: 11/14/2016 5:00:00 PM
Under general direction, the Senior Community Development Specialist I will be responsible for working with San Francisco communities on a variety of issues, including housing affordability, small business strategies, family retention, and transportation challenges. Currently, particular attention is required in a few transitioning neighborhoods that are experiencing rapid social, economic and development change. This position would serve as a point person from the Planning Department to these communities in understanding the local economic and development pressures while developing and implementing programs and policies that address issues of inclusivity/equity and the stabilization of neighborhoods for quality life-long living. The Senior Community Development Specialist will also work with more established neighborhoods throughout the city, to build capacity among stakeholders to take the lead in shaping their neighborhoods’ best futures. The Senior Community Development Specialist will engage neighborhood stakeholders through a variety of methods, including one-on-one interactions, outreach to neighborhood organizations, public forums, and may staff community advisory committees.
The essential duties include, but are not limited to:
• Working in partnership with San Francisco communities on a variety of community associated issues, including housing affordability, small business strategies, family retention, and transportation challenges. Serving as the point person from the Planning Department to communities when addressing these issues.
• Developing implementation programs, policies, and continuous improvement strategies that address issues of inclusivity, equity and the stabilization of neighborhoods for quality life-long living.
• Supporting and leading community outreach and engagement processes while also building capacity among stakeholders to take the lead in shaping their neighborhoods’ best futures.
• Conducting research studies and formulating recommendations for Department, Planning Commissions, Stakeholders, and other city Commissions/Boards actions, by selecting, collecting, recording, tabulating, organizing and analyzing technical, physical, economic, social and statistical data to assist in planning policies and plan for future developments.
• Providing information orally and in writing to city agencies, property owners, developers, community organizations, the Planning Commission and the general public regarding Planning Department activities, goals and programs.
• Providing support for neighborhood stakeholders, including the development and presentation of reports and other documentation, one-on-one interactions, outreach to neighborhood organizations, public forums, and may staff community advisory committees.
• Possession of a baccalaureate degree from an accredited college or university AND three (3) years of administrative/professional experience in community development, housing development, workforce development, finance, education, social work, children/youth work, or criminal justice; OR
• Possession of a baccalaureate degree from an accredited college or university with a major in one of the following fields: public or business administration, urban planning, government, social work, education, finance or criminal justice AND two (2) year of administrative/professional experience in community development, housing and/or housing development, workforce development, finance, education, social work, children/youth work, criminal justice; OR
• Possession of a Master’s degree from an accredited college or university in public policy, planning, social work, public administration, finance, education, criminal justice, or business administration; AND one (1) year of administrative/professional experience in community development, housing and /or housing development, workforce development, finance, education, social work, children/youth work, or criminal justice; OR
• Possession of a Juris Doctor degree from an accredited college or university AND one (1) year of administrative/professional experience in community development, housing and/or housing development, workforce development, finance, education, social work, children/youth work, or criminal justice.
• Verifiable administrative/professional experience involving community development, housing and/or housing development, workforce development, finance, education, social work, children/youth work, or criminal justice may substitute for the educational requirement in Minimum Qualification #1 on a year-for-year basis.
The stated desirable qualifications may be used to identify job finalists at the end of the selection process when candidates are referred for hiring.
• 2+ years of program management experience working on equity-based policy strategy
• Strong working knowledge and experience in community and economic development
• Strong public speaking skills and ability to effectively and sensitively communicate, both orally and in writing and to work with a broad variety of people and agencies including developers, contractors, property owners, and community organizations.
• Strong facilitation skills, community outreach experience, and experience working multicultural communities.
• Strategic and creative problem solver, action-oriented, experience working among stakeholder groups and City agencies with diverse interests and sometimes conflicting agendas.
• Ability to effectively handle multiple projects and demands within deadlines.
• Excellent project management and organizational skills, including leading complex projects and coordinating teams.
• Excellent written communication.
HOW TO APPLY:
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