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City and County of San Francisco, California – Three Positions, including Senior Community Development Specialist

March 28, 2015 by nrantisi in Uncategorized

 Senior Community Development Specialist II

Salary: $44.76 – $54.40/hour; $7,759.00 – $9,429.00/month; $93,106.00 – $113,152.00/year

POSITION DESCRIPTION:

The San Francisco Planning Department has openings for two 9775 Senior Community Development Specialist II positions to work on issues of neighborhood stabilization, housing and small business strategy in our Citywide Planning Division.

This is an opportunity to work in a dynamic, inter-disciplinary, and innovative department and share in our vision to make San Francisco the world’s most livable urban place – environmentally, economically, socially and culturally. We work in a collaborative, team-oriented environment with opportunities to work on a wide variety of projects and topic areas, both individually and on project teams. In performing our planning work, we work closely with staff of other City and regional agencies, the development community, and the general public. Community outreach and engagement is a big part of our work, and we hold frequent public forums to present and get input on our work.

Under general direction, the Senior Community Development Specialist 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.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:

  1. Possession of a baccalaureate degree from an accredited college or university AND four (4) years administrative/professional experience in community development, housing and/or housing development, workforce development, finance, education, social work, children/youth work, or criminal justice; OR
  2. 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 three (3) years 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
  3. 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 two (2) years 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
  4. Possession of a Ph.D. or Juris Doctor degree from an accredited college or university AND two (2) years of administrative/professional experience in community development, housing and/or housing development, workforce development, finance, education, social work, children/youth work, or criminal justice.

SUBSTITUTION:

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.

HOW TO APPLY

Applications for City and County of San Francisco jobs are being accepted through an online process. Visit: http://www.jobaps.com/SF/sup/bulpreview.asp?R1=TEX&R2=9775&R3=064878 to begin the application process by registering an account.

Planner I

Salary: $28.93 – $35.16/hour; $5,014.00 – $6,095.00/month; $60,164.00 – $73,138.00/year

This is a Position Based Test conducted in accordance with Civil Service Rule 111A.

POSITION DESCRIPTION:

The San Francisco Planning Department plays a central role in guiding the growth and development in our City. The Department works with other City agencies and the community to help achieve great planning for a great city.

This is an opportunity to work in a dynamic, inter-disciplinary, and innovative department and share in our vision to make San Francisco the worlds’ most livable urban place – environmentally, economically, socially and culturally.

Under general supervision, the 5277 Planner I will perform entry level planning work in the collection, analysis, interpretation and presentation of city planning data in one of a variety of phases of plan development and implementation.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:

  • Possession of a baccalaureate degree from an accredited college or university in city, regional, or urban planning, or a closely related field such as architecture, landscape architecture, geography, urban studies, public administration, historical preservation, or environmental studies;

OR

  • Possession of a baccalaureate degree from an accredited college or university; AND one (1) year (2,000 hours) of city or urban planning, transportation, urban design, historical preservation, architectural or environmental review experience.

SELECTION PROCEDURES:

In order to be ranked on the eligible list, candidates must achieve a passing score on both the Written Multiple-Choice Examination and the Supplemental Questionnaire Evaluation.

Written Multiple-Choice Exam: (Weight = 50%)

Candidates who meet the minimum qualifications will be invited to participate in a written multiple-choice examination, designed to measure their relative knowledge, skills and abilities in job-related areas.

Supplemental Questionnaire: (Weight = 50%)

Candidates who attain a minimum passing score on the written examination will be invited to complete a supplemental questionnaire.

Qualified applicants will be notified by email of the exact time, date, and location of the examinations.

Candidates will be placed on the eligible list in rank order according to their final score.

HOW TO APPLY

Applications for City and County of San Francisco jobs are being accepted through an online process. Visit: http://www.jobaps.com/SF/sup/bulpreview.asp?R1=PBT&R2=5277&R3=064364 to begin the application process by registering an account.

Planner II

Salary: $35.16 – $42.73/hour; $6,095.00 – $7,406.00/month; $73,138.00 – $88,868.00/year

This is a Position Based Test conducted in accordance with Civil Service Rule 111A.

POSITION DESCRIPTION:

The San Francisco Planning Department plays a central role in guiding the growth and development in our City. The Department works with other City agencies and the community to help achieve great planning for a great city.

This is an opportunity to work in a dynamic, inter-disciplinary, and innovative department and share in our vision to make San Francisco the worlds’ most livable urban place – environmentally, economically, socially and culturally.

Under general supervision the 5278 Planner II, performs difficult city planning work and participates in all phases of city planning; assists in the preparation of planning, research, surveys and projects; conducts investigations, collects and analyzes data on zoning, subdivision design, urban renewal, rapid transit and other land use problems; assists in the conduct of environmental impact reviews; assists in the preparation of written and graphic reports; may supervise subordinate survey, clerical and office personnel; and performs related duties as required.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:

  • Possession of a baccalaureate degree from an accredited college or university AND two (2) years (4,000 hours) verifiable full-time-equivalent experience in city, regional, urban or transportation planning, urban design, historic preservation, architectural or environmental review or other related field;

OR

  • Possession of a baccalaureate degree from an accredited college or university in City, Regional, or Urban Planning, or a closely related field such as Architecture, Landscape Architecture, Geography, Urban Studies, Public Administration, Physical Sciences, Historic Preservation, or Environmental Studies AND one (1) year (2,000 hours) verifiable full-time-equivalent experience in city, regional, urban or transportation planning, urban design, historic preservation, architectural or environmental review or other related field;

OR

  • Possession of a Master’s degree from an accredited college or university in City, Regional, or Urban Planning, or a closely related field such as Architecture, Landscape Architecture, Geography, Urban Studies, or Environmental Studies.

SELECTION PROCEDURES:

In order to be ranked on the eligible list, candidates must achieve a passing score on both the Written Multiple-Choice Examination and the Supplemental Questionnaire Evaluation.

Written Multiple-Choice Exam: (Weight = 50%)

Candidates who meet the minimum qualifications will be invited to participate in a written multiple-choice examination, designed to measure their relative knowledge, skills and abilities in job-related areas.

Supplemental Questionnaire: (Weight = 50%)

Candidates who attain a minimum passing score on the written examination will be invited to complete a supplemental questionnaire.

Qualified applicants will be notified by email of the exact time, date, and location of the examinations.

Candidates will be placed on the eligible list in rank order according to their final score.

HOW TO APPLY

Applications for City and County of San Francisco jobs are being accepted through an online process. Visit: http://www.jobaps.com/SF/sup/bulpreview.asp?R1=PBT&R2=5278&R3=063771 to begin the application process by registering an account.

 

 

 

 

 

Call for Papers – The Politics of Planning in Latino US and Latin America

March 19, 2015 by nrantisi in Uncategorized

Progressive Planning, the magazine of Planners Network, invites critical articles about the politics of planning in Latino US and Latin America for its Summer 2015 issue. Topics should address one of the following two issue areas:

The Politics of Planning in Latin American Cities

Even though Latin American cities still face inequality, violence, and precariousness, persistent urban movements struggle to cope with the implacable effects of neoliberal policies. In the last two decades, Latin America became a fertile urban laboratory, embedded in a wide ideological spectrum of innovative space production strategies. These range from the extensive implementation of Bus Rapid Transit, cable cars, iconic settlement upgrading, and disaster recovery protocols to planning initiatives of participatory budgeting, grassroots planning and urban land reform movements. The implementations of these strategies have been internationally praised and diffused, yet they still lack a critical analysis of their rationales, implementation disjunctions and social contestations.

The Politics of Planning in Latino Communities in the USA

In the last three decades, cities and suburbs in the United States have not only experienced an explosion in their Latino populations, but they have also become a fertile ground for neoliberal policies—from union busting to massive urban renewal and gentrification of traditionally low- and middle-income areas. As a consequence, Latinos in American cities have faced inequality, precariousness in the labor market and displacement. Those who are unauthorized immigrants face additional challenges to access jobs, housing, schooling and other services and opportunities. Nonetheless, Latinos have forged ahead to develop their communities and have organized responses to cope with the relentless effects of racism, xenophobia and neoliberalism, creating the basis for broadening their political and economic influence.

Progressive Planning critically explores the politics behind the planning and their effects on sustainability and justice. We go beyond “best practice” models to investigate the true social, political and ecological impacts of both mainstream and alternative planning schemes. Articles must be written in a critical and journalistic voice. Authors should avoid jargon and present a clear point of view. Articles should be no more than 2,000 words in English and written for a general audience. Do not use footnotes or bibliography. Please adhere to the guidelines for submission: http://www.plannersnetwork.org/magazine-publications/magazine-guidelines-for-submission/.

Deadline for consideration: June 1st, 2015. Send articles or queries to Issue Editors Clara Irazábal and Samuel Stein via cei2108@columbia.edu andstein.murphy@gmail.com. We’d appreciate receiving notice of your intent to submit at your earliest convenience to help us plan the issue.

The Zolberg Institute on Migration and Mobility – Visiting Scholar Application

March 16, 2015 by nrantisi in Uncategorized

The Zolberg Institute – Visiting Scholar Call for Applications

The Zolberg Institute on Migration and Mobility (ZIMM) welcomes applications for the position of Visiting Scholar for the 2015-2016 academic year, from individuals whose research, teaching and work intersects the fields of migration studies and mobility, broadly construed. With that, we are accepting applications from scholars who are committed to the research philosophy of the Instituteand the thematic and topical interests that the institute aims to foster.

Visiting Scholars are expected to present their ongoing research at least once during the academic year, and engage regularly in the life of the institute (i.e. attend lecture series events, join and participate in a working group or research cluster and aid in the development of or submit work to the works-in-progress series). This is an appointment as an affiliate of ZIMM (i.e. library/institutional access, help with visas, intellectual community). The duration of the visiting scholarship is one academic year starting Fall 2015.

By March 20th, 2015, please complete the ZIMM Visiting Scholar Application Form and submit the following to migration@newschool.edu:

  • An academic CV
  • A two-page statement of interest that covers previous and ongoing research initiatives, your fit and commitment to the ZIMM mission, goals and academic & intellectual life.
  • An acceptance letter/confirmation of external grant or a statement indicating plans to apply for funding.
  • Names and email addresses of two referees that can speak to your work upon request.

If you have any questions regarding your application please do not hesitate to contact us atmigration@newschool.edu.

** If you are a prospective applicant of a grant (such as some Fulbright programs) that would come into effect in the 2016-2017 academic year, and require a letter from the Zolberg Institute as part of your grant application process,please contact us.  Our mailing address is: Zolberg Institute on Migration and Mobility,

The New School for Social Research, 6 East 16th Street, New York, NY 10003

City and County of San Francisco, California – Two Positions

February 25, 2015 by nrantisi in Uncategorized

City and County of San Francisco, California

Two Positions (Planner II and Planner III)

Planner II

Salary: $35.16 – $42.73/hour; $6,095.00 – $7,406.00/month; $73,138.00 – $88,868.00/year

POSITION DESCRIPTION:

The San Francisco Planning Department has openings for multiple 5278 Planner II positions to join our Citywide Planning Division.  We are looking for candidates with a background in urban planning or a related field for a wide variety of the Division’s planning projects and related work. In addition to candidates with strong general urban planning and policy background, we are seeking candidates with specific interest and ability in one or more of the following topic areas: transportation planning, urban design, land use planning, real estate finance, capital planning, data analysis, and sustainability and environmental policy. Candidates with particular interest, skills, or experience in one or more of these topic areas should specify as such in their application.

Under general direction, the Planner II performs journey level planning work. The Planner II is responsible for conducting investigations and performing analyses to prepare reports and recommendations pertaining to complex planning issues and problems. The Planner II may provide project management or independent work on minor planning projects. The Planner II may perform supervised work individually or as part of a project team.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:

  • Possession of a baccalaureate degree from an accredited college or university AND two (2) years (4,000 hours) verifiable full-time-equivalent experience in city, regional, urban or transportation planning, urban design, historic preservation, architectural or environmental review or other related field; OR
  • Possession of a baccalaureate degree from an accredited college or university in City, Regional, or Urban Planning, or a closely related field such as Architecture, Landscape Architecture, Geography, Urban Studies, Public Administration, Physical Sciences, Historic Preservation, or Environmental Studies AND one (1) year (2,000 hours) verifiable full-time-equivalent experience in city, regional, urban or transportation planning, urban design, historic preservation, architectural or environmental review or other related field; OR
  • Possession of a Master’s degree from an accredited college or university in City, Regional, or Urban Planning, or a closely related field such as Architecture, Landscape Architecture, Geography, Urban Studies, or Environmental Studies.

HOW TO APPLY

Applications for City and County of San Francisco jobs are being accepted through an online process. Visit: http://www.jobaps.com/SF/sup/bulpreview.asp?R1=TEX&R2=5278&R3=064583 to begin the application process by registering an account.

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Planner III

Salary: $41.71 – $50.70/hour; $7,230.00 – $8,788.00/month; $86,762.00 -$105,456.00/year

POSITION DESCRIPTION:

The San Francisco Planning Department has openings for multiple 5291 Planner III positions to join our Citywide Planning Division. We are looking for candidates with a background in urban planning or a related field for a wide variety of the Division’s planning projects and related work. In addition to candidates with strong general urban planning and policy background and experience managing complex projects, we are seeking candidates with specific interest and ability in one or more of the following topic areas: transportation planning, urban design, land use planning, real estate finance, capital planning, data analysis, and sustainability and environmental policy. Candidates with particular interest, skills, or experience in one or more of these topic areas should specify as such in their application.

Under general direction, the Planner III performs journey level planning work. The Planner III is responsible for conducting investigations and performing analyses to prepare reports and recommendations pertaining to complex planning issues and problems. The Planner III will provide project management or independent work on major planning projects.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:

  • Possession of a baccalaureate degree from an accredited college or university AND four (4) years (8,000 hours) of verifiable full-time-equivalent experience in an urban, city, regional and/or other related planning environment (such as transportation planning, environmental planning, architecture or urban design); OR
  • Possession of a master’s degree from an accredited college or university in City, Regional or Urban Planning, or a closely related field such as Architecture, Landscape Architecture, Geography, Urban Studies or Environmental Studies AND two (2) years (4,000 hours) of verifiable full-time-equivalent experience in an urban, city, regional and/or other related planning environment (such as transportation planning, environmental planning, architecture or urban design).

HOW TO APPLY

Applications for City and County of San Francisco jobs are being accepted through an online process. Visit: http://www.jobaps.com/SF/sup/bulpreview.asp?R1=TEX&R2=5291&R3=064876 to begin the application process by registering an account.

Winter 2015: Policing, Violence and Planning

Winter 2015: Policing, Violence and Planning

Winter 2015: Policing, Violence and Planning

The Seventh Generation

Articles

  • The Urbanization of Fear: Notes from Kenya’s War on Terror
    by Zoltán Glück
  • AIA Condones Torture and Killing: Proposal to Enforce Human Rights within AIA Ethics Code Rejected
    by ADPSR
  • Rising Tides, Rising Costs: How will flood insurance impact New York’s working and middle class waterfront communities?
    by Samuel Stein and Caroline Nagy
  • Surging Inequality and the Foreclosure Crisis
    by Gregory D. Squires
  • Fear and violence in the city: The case of Ciudad Juárez
    by Jorge Alberto Avitia
  • Asset Management Companies and the Financialization of Urban Development: Lessons from Ireland and Spain
    by Michael Byrne
  • Bioenergy Villages and Renewable Energy in Germany
    by Stephan Schmidt
  • Bolivia Revolutionizes Urban Mass Transit: From the Streets to the Sky
    by Emily Achtenberg

Book Review

  • Wake Up Locavores! Justice for Food Workers Matters
    by Tom Angotti

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Community Development Society 2015 Conference

February 7, 2015 by nrantisi in Uncategorized

CDS 2015 Conference
July 19-22, 2015
Hilton Lexington Downtown Hotel
Lexington, Kentucky, USA

Conference Theme: Creativity and Culture: Community Development Approaches for Strengthening Health, Environment, Economic Vibrancy, Social Justice and Democracy

Call for Abstracts – Deadline Extended
Deadline for submissions:  February 15, 2015

Please view the detailed Call for Abstracts that includes a detailed description of conference themes here: http://comm-dev.org/images/pdf/CDS_2015_Call_for_Abstracts_FINAL.pdf

To submit go to this link: http://comm-dev.org/about-us/2015-conference/call-for-abstracts

This venue provides opportunities for spirited and lively exchanges about community development practice, learning, and scholarship. We invite your presentations, workshops and discussions of successful and innovative approaches to solving development issues in communities, large and small, in the US or internationally to share with your colleagues, new and emerging scholars, students and others in Lexington.

Job Ad – Planning Assoc., Alta PLanning & Design in LA

December 19, 2014 by nrantisi in Announcements

* Position Title:  Planning Associate
* Employer’s Name: Alta Planning + Design
* Job Location (City, State):  Los Angeles, CA
* Job description:

An understanding and knowledge of Alta, its culture and services, the ability to collaborate across discipline boundaries and deliver solutions which meet client expectations in a cost-effective manner is required in order to successfully meet the requirements of this position.

The essential priorities of this exempt, salaried position are to:

  • Nurture and grow client and industry partner relationships and secure work in support of Alta’s growth goals.
  • Enhance Alta’s reputation as a trusted advisor and expert by educating clients and other relevant parties, and supporting solutions which will meet their business objectives.
  • Appropriately manage large, complex projects in a budget-conscious and time-sensitive manner.
  • Manage potentially large groups of staff

This position requires a combination of skills, experience and education including, but not limited to:

  • Passion for active living and non-motorized transportation.
  • Bachelor’s degree in Planning or a related field of study.
  • Eight (8) or more of experience in a consulting environment or public entity; three (3) or more years as a Project Manager; three (3) or more years managing staff.
  • Experience in the field of active, non-motorized transportation. D
  • Demonstrated understanding of the planning process and a general understanding of project management principles, methods and techniques.
  • Ability to guide staff members and manage internal team expectations.
  • Exhibits strong initiative and ability to capitalize on opportunities to enhance Alta’s position in the marketplace.
  • Ability to manage competing priorities, and multiple simultaneous projects involving cross-functional project teams within budgetary and schedule constraints.
  • Strong initiative and the ability to work independently with little or no supervision.
  • Ability and willingness to travel.
  • Excellent professional ethics, leadership skills, accountability, and decision-making capabilities.
  • Excellent interpersonal, written and verbal communication and analytic skills.
  • Good presentation skills.
  • Proficient in MS Excel, Word, Adobe Creative Suite, ESRI Arc GIS, or similar products.
  • Proficiency in an enterprise-wide resource planning and project management tool.

* Weblink for further information and to apply is            https://www.appone.com/MainInfoReq.asp?R_ID=896060

Job Ad for Asst. Prof. in Health & Community Development, UMASS-Boston

December 15, 2014 by nrantisi in Announcements

Assistant Professor, College of Public and Community Service

University of Massachusetts Boston

 

The College of Public and Community Service at the University of Massachusetts Boston is seeking a tenure-track Assistant Professor to join an innovative undergraduate program in Health and Community Development, beginning September 1, 2015. Responsibilities include teaching, research, and service in the areas of community economic and social development. Additional responsibilities include service learning outreach, creating community partnerships to facilitate interactive programming, and research. Experience in interdisciplinary teaching and research in a diverse, multicultural environment and online teaching are desirable.

 

The successful candidate should have a PhD (finished no later than August 2015) in such areas as Applied Economics, Health Economics, Urban Geography, Urban Planning, or Sociology, and the potential to develop a strong publication record and a program of funded research.

 

To apply, submit a cover letter that outlines your research interests, curriculum vitae, evidence of teaching effectiveness, and contact information for three letters of recommendation online:

http://umb.interviewexchange.com/candapply.jsp?JOBID=54952.

 

UMass Boston provides equal employment opportunities (EEO) to all employees and applicants for employment.

Apply Here: http://www.Click2Apply.net/ccq9ry7

Job Ad – Asst. or Assoc. Prof in Planning at UMass-Boston

December 10, 2014 by nrantisi in Announcements

Assistant or Associate Professor in Urban Planning

University of Massachusetts Boston

The School for the Environment (SFE) at the University of Massachusetts Boston seeks an outstanding academic at the rank of Assistant or Associate Professor in Urban Systems and Environmental Planning who will also serve as Director of the School’s new graduate program in Urban Planning and Community Development. The ideal candidate will have a doctorate in Urban Planning or a closely related field and a record of distinguished teaching, research, and public service or practice, as well as experience in academic program administration and interdepartmental collaboration. Highly desirable are teaching and research interests in working with urban communities. Also desirable are experience and knowledge in infrastructure, sustainable community development, and urban resilience planning, especially in coastal areas. Demonstrated success engaging with leaders of government, business and civic organizations and a capacity for bridging the fields of engineering, design, applied social sciences, public policy, and the environmental/ecological sciences are sought. The successful candidate will also be familiar with local governance, social justice and public participation.

The selected candidate will serve as Director of the Master’s in Urban Planning and Community Development, reporting to the Dean of the School for the Environment. The Director will have the opportunity to guide a new program, refine its vision, and be responsible for coordinating all activities including program administration, student recruitment and retention, faculty development and growth, curriculum design and development, and development of partnerships to advance programmatic goals in support of the University strategic plan as a means of advancing the School’s research, teaching, and service programs.

To apply, candidates should submit a cover letter, CV, and contact information for three letters of recommendation online at: http://umb.interviewexchange.com/candapply.jsp?JOBID=55182.

Application review will begin in mid-December and continue until the position is filled. 

UMass Boston provides equal employment opportunities (EEO) to all employees and applicants for employment.

Apply Here: http://www.Click2Apply.net/z9zj638

Fall 2014: Gaza: War and Displacement in the City

Fall 2014: Gaza: War and Displacement in the City

Fall 2014: Gaza: War and Displacement in the City

The Seventh Generation

  • Climate Change: Where are the Planners, Architects and
    Designers?
    by Tom Angotti

Gaza: War and Displacement in the City

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