Assistant Planner – City of Brea

Classification: Assistant & Associate Planner Deadline: 5/11/2017 5:00:00 PM Summary from Job Flyer: This position performs professional level work in the field of current or advanced planning and environmental analysis, and performs related duties as assigned. $4,994 – $6,394 per month (Plus a generous benefits package)

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CA Senior Policy Manager

The Safe Routes to School National Partnership is seeking an energetic and detail-oriented professional with strong knowledge of California state policy and active transportation technical assistance skills to join the National Partnership as our California Senior Policy Manager. We welcome applicants with a passion for advancing safe walking and bicycling to school and in daily life to increase physical…

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Associate Planner, CEQA & Coastal Development

If you are a planning or environmental professional with a passion for San Diego’s waterfront, we invite you to bring your skills to a world-class organization at the Port of San Diego. The Port is one of San Diego’s most unique public agencies responsible for managing over 34 miles of waterfront land, with developments ranging from public open space…

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Planning Assistant

The City of Torrance is looking for a results driven team member who wants the opportunity to use their skills to make an impact on the community and carry out the City’s General Plan. Planning Assistants perform entry-level work in municipal planning and environmental review. Applicants should have experience in compiling, recording, and analyzing data for planning activities; conducting…

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Planning Assistant

The City of Torrance is looking for a results driven team member who wants the opportunity to use their skills to make an impact on the community and carry out the City’s General Plan. Planning Assistants perform entry-level work in municipal planning and environmental review. Applicants should have experience in compiling, recording, and analyzing data for planning activities; conducting…

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Planning Technician

Conducts plan reviews and analysis associated with land use entitlement requests and verifies compliance with planning and zoning codes and standard conditions of approval. Please see City Website link for additional duties. Application Link: http://www.placentia.org/DocumentCenter/Home/View/300 Please submit your application packet to hr@placentia.org or mail to: City of Placentia 401 E. Chapman Avenue Placentia CA 92870 Closes May 4, 2017

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Planning Technician

Conducts plan reviews and analysis associated with land use entitlement requests and verifies compliance with planning and zoning codes and standard conditions of approval. Please see City Website link for additional duties. Application Link: http://www.placentia.org/DocumentCenter/Home/View/300 Please submit your application packet to hr@placentia.org or mail to: City of Placentia 401 E. Chapman Avenue Placentia CA 92870 Closes May 4, 2017

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Planning Aide

DEFINITION: To perform professional work in the field of current and/or advance planning with a focus on assisting the public at the planning counter; and to provide information and assistance to developers and the public on planning related matters. DISTINGUISHING CHARACTERISTICS: This is the trainee level class in the Professional Planning series. Incumbents at this level are not expected…

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Planning Intern

POSITION DESCRIPTION: The City of San Clemente invites interested Planning students and new planning professionals to apply for a paid internship. Two internship positions are expected to be available. San Clemente is continuing work on the General Plan and has several interesting long-range planning projects underway, including comprehensive updates to our zoning regulations, eight Specific Plans and Local Coastal…

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LEGISLATIVE ALERT RE: OPPOSITION to SB 649 (Hueso) – “Small Cell” Wireless Infrastructure Permitting

We received an update from APA California regarding SB 649: SB 649 passed out of its first committee (the author is the chair so that was expected) and is now headed to the Senate Governance and Finance Committee. What wasn’t expected was the lengthy discussion on the bill during the committee hearing, with many committee members giving a “courtesy” vote,…

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