Planners Network

The Organization of Progressive Planning

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Job Postings

Job postings are sent out in the monthly e-newsletter and posted on the Planners Network List-Serv. See the membership page for more information on how to join Planners Network and gain access to these tremendous benefits.

Recent Postings Included:

  • Housing Alliance Coalition Coordinator, NY
  • Land Use Planning and Community Development Position, Olympia, Washington
  • Project Manager, Charlottesville,Virginia
  • City Planner, North Chicago
  • Policy Analyst, Washington, DC
  • Real Estate Project Manager, New York, NY
  • Assistant Professor in Family Social Sciences and Human Ecology in a Canadian University
  • Program Associate in Washington, DC
  • Assistant Planner in an oceanside California city
  • Intermediate to Senior Level Planner in Portland, Oregon
  • Associate Planner in southern Oregon

Please email job postings to newsletter(at)plannersnetwork(dot)org. Please use the following Job Announcement Template when submitting job postings:

  • Position Title:
  • Employer’s Name:
  • Job Location (City, State):
  • Job description: Not more than 250 words
  • Weblink for further information: Even if it is long please include one.
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Planners Network is an association of professionals, activists, academics, and students involved in physical, social, economic, and environmental planning in urban and rural areas, who promote fundamental change in our political and economic systems.

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