The Town of Wellesley is hiring a part-time Planner. Those interested may find the advertisement here: http://www.wellesleyma.gov/Pages/WellesleyMA_HR/employmentops
Michael D. Zehner, AICP, LEED Green Assoc.
Town of Wellesley - Planning Department
525 Washington Street, Wellesley, MA 02482
Phone: 781.431.1019 x2234 - Email: email@example.com<mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org>
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Erika Oliver Jerram, AICP | Deputy Director
Community and Economic Development
Town of Framingham
150 Concord Street, B2
Framingham, MA 01702-8325
t: (508) 532-5455
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Town of Barnstable Planning & Development Department
The Town of Barnstable is seeking qualified candidates for a Principal
Planner in the Planning & Development Department. The Principal Planner
will be responsible for advising the Planning Board, Zoning Board of
Appeals, and Historic Commissions on development reviews; contributing
to long-range and village planning initiatives; and working
collaboratively with the public, community stakeholders and other Town
departments on planning, economic development, housing, and climate
change resiliency issues.
The Town of Barnstable, Massachusetts is a dynamic coastal community
with a year-round population of 45,000 and a seasonal population of
150,000. Barnstable is a historic municipality comprised of seven
distinct villages, including Hyannis, the economic, transportation, and
government hub of Cape Cod.
We are seeking a creative, team-oriented, and experienced professional
capable of handling complex projects. Successful candidates will have
advanced planning experience, strong presentation skills and the ability
to communicate effectively. Candidates must have a Bachelor's degree in
urban or regional planning, public administration, or a related field;
and five years of progressively responsible experience in at least one
of the following areas: physical planning, comprehensive planning,
environmental planning, or community and economic development. A
Master's degree in one of the above planning fields may be substituted
for one (1) years of experience.
$1335.28/wk ($69,434.52 annual) + benefits. Apply at
www.town.barnstable.ma.us by 4/25/17. AA/EOE
Position: Full time multi-year position as a Geoprocessing and Data
Visualization Specialist starting July 2017. This is a 12-month
appointment with the possibility of extension for two or more years.
Description: The Department of Urban Studies and Planning at the
School of Architecture and Planning, MIT is seeking a full-time staff
person to assist with various GIS, data visualization and graphics
training needs of the department. The staff/specialist will assist
faculty and students across the department with GIS, Data
Visualization, graphics and media related projects. The Specialist
will provide teaching support which includes: developing materials and
exercises for online tutorials and exercises on the Department?s
DUSPviz website; coordination of workshops; extensive involvement in
GIS instruction and development of visualization and related media and
graphic representation skills; assisting with the development of GIS
courses, and coordinating data for teaching and research. The
Specialist will also work closely with the School?s Computer Resource
Organization (CRON) and the MIT Library GIS lab to ensure coordination
and compatibility with School and Institute software, hardware, and
Minimum Qualifications: A graduate (master?s) degree in planning,
architecture, landscape architecture, geography or related fields is
required. Minimum 2 years of professional experience using GIS in a
professional or research environment. We are especially interested in
candidates that can demonstrate familiarity with the connection
between design and social sciences. Candidates should be able to
create compelling visuals while also understanding the statistical
underpinnings of the data. Candidates should be familiar with database
systems, such as MS-Access, PostgreSQL, and PostGIS, and comfortable
working with statistical packages such as R. While the main focus of
the work will be using ESRI products, we are also looking for
candidates that have familiarity with open source geospatial software
and mapping tools, such as QGIS, Mapbox, Leaflet, and CARTO. Ability
to use Adobe Creative Suite and knowledge of web site development is
also essential. Also desired but not mandatory, knowledge of
architecture programs such as CAD or Rhino.
Applications should be submitted through the interfolio website:
A complete application package includes a cover letter, c.v., a
statement of prior experience including a few paragraphs describing
your work, a digital portfolio (not to exceed 20 pages or 15MB max),
and names, affiliations, and email addresses of two references.
Review of applications will begin on June 12, 2017 and will continue
until the position is filled. Please do not send materials by email.
For technical issues, please contact Interfolio staff at 877-997-8807
or email@example.com. Other questions can be directed to Sandra
MIT is an equal employment opportunity employer. All qualified
applicants will receive consideration for employment and will not be
discriminated against on the basis of race, color, sex, sexual
orientation, gender identity, religion, disability, age, genetic
information, veteran status, ancestry, or national or ethnic
Ezra Haber Glenn, AICP
Department of Urban Studies and Planning
Massachusetts Institute of Technology
77 Massachusetts Ave., Room 7-346
Cambridge, MA 02139
Cassandra M. Acly, Planners' Assistant
Town of Southbridge
41 Elm Street
Southbridge, MA 01550
Please direct inquiries to the Town.
The Town of Lexington has an opening for an entry level planner. Under the direct supervision of the Planning Director and Assistant Planning Director, performs a variety of technical and professional work in the current and long-range planning of the Town. Examples of duties include involvement in application and development plan review, preparation of reports and exhibits for the Planning Board, conducting research related to planning issues, providing technical support to the planning director and assistant planning director, and other duties as described in detail in the job description available at the link below. Attendance at Planning Board meetings is required. Bachelor's Degree in urban planning, or related field from an accredited college or university and one to five years of increasingly responsible planning-related experience. A Master's Degree is preferred.
Candidates for this position will be required to undergo a background check, including a CORI (Criminal Offender Record Information) screening. Anticipated hiring range: $30.88-35.23/hr. (The rate reflects the beginning to mid-point of the range, which is the expected maximum hiring range for this position, depending upon education and experience)
Excellent benefits. For complete job posting and instructions on applying, visit the Town's website at http://www.lexingtonma.gov/human-resources/pages/employment-town Application deadline: June 30, 2017.
Aaron Henry, AICP
Planning Director | Town of Lexington
1625 Massachusetts Avenue, Lexington, MA 02420
781-698-4562 | Website<http://www.lexingtonma.gov/planning-department>
Newton has an opening for the Chief Planner who will manage the Current Planning Division.
Among the position's responsibilities are the following:
-Manages the Current Planning Division: Assists Director and Deputy Director in day-to-day operations of the Current Planning Division, and oversees operations of all current planning and support staff (currently two land use planners, two preservation planners, and chief zoning code official).
-Oversees all development review processes and staff related to special permits, comprehensive permits, and site plan reviews, as well as historic preservation.
-Directly responsible for the coordination of technical reviews of all large scale development projects. Oversees and reviews the preparation of the draft Council Orders, on all land use petitions, for the City Council. Collaborates with the Housing Division staff when related to affordable housing proposals.
-Coordinates updates to the City's comprehensive plan and other master planning and vision documents.
Newton also has an opening for a Zoning and Code Enforcement Agent.
Among the position's responsibilities are the following:
-Responsible for conducting building, zoning enforcement reviews in connection with all applications for building permits, special permits, site plan reviews and comprehensive permits.
-Additionally, responsible for investigating and following up in writing on all building and zoning complaints that may be filed for either a current development project or any perceived building and zoning violation.
- Chairs the Joint Code Enforcement Task Force.
Visit https://cityofnewton.hyrell.com/UI/Views/Applicant/VirtualStepCareers.aspx for the full job descriptions and to apply.
I will be leaving Sandwich to pursue a Masters thus the Director position will be open. Coincidentally, the Asst Town Planner is also leaving to move closer to home. This ATP position will be filled by the new Director once he/she is on board. Please direct any questions to the HR Department. Posting link (http://www.sandwichmass.org/Employment/Default.asp). Applications due June 9th.
Blair Haney, Director
Department of Planning & Economic Development
JOB OPENINGS - TOWN OF SANDWICH
Planning and Economic Development Director
The Town of Sandwich, MA is seeking a full-time Planning and Economic Development Director who will oversee an extensive program of current and comprehensive planning and economic development initiatives while working closely and cooperatively with other Town departments and elected and appointed officials. Position reports to the Assistant Town Manager. The successful candidate must have thorough knowledge of planning, zoning, historic preservation and economic development principles and techniques. Bachelor's degree in regional/urban planning or related field with Master's degree preferred; a minimum five years current and progressively responsible experience in planning and zoning required and supervisory experience; or any equivalent combination of education and experience. Position requires strong written, oral communication and interpersonal skills, ability to work with a wide array of stakeholder groups is essential. Salary range is $75,000 - $85,000 commensurate
Send letter of interest, salary requirements and resume in triplicate by June 9, 2017 to: Planning and Economic Development Director Search to: Town Hall - HR Department, 130 Main Street, Sandwich, MA 02563. If you would like more information contact firstname.lastname@example.org. Sandwich is an EOE/AA employer.
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