Jobs Posted on the Whova Community Board of 2022 OAPA Annual Planning Conference
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Harper Houf Peterson Righellis, Inc. HHPR is seeking an assistant planner to work on several active development and long-range planning projects in our Portland Oregon office. this full-time position will provide support to our team of project managers land use planners and design professionals on a wide range of planning projects, including permitting and land use approvals, sign zone and research, zoning code updates, and long range projects. The planning manager, Brad Kilby, will be at the conference and available to answer any questions you have about the firm.
Senior Planner (Transportation– TIP Manager)
Mid Willamette Valley Council of Governments In a lead capacity and as a subject matter expert, a senior transportation planner performs professional planning work for the Salem-Keizer Area Transportation Study (SKATS - the Metropolitan Planning Organization for the Salem-Keizer area in Oregon) in such assignments as regional transportation planning; transportation finance; Transportation Improvement Program (TIP) development and updates; transportation safety; land use forecasts and allocations; and preparation of reports, draft and final planning documents, memorandums and presentations to committees. This Senior Planner (Transportation - TIP Manager) position is primarily responsible for the upkeep of the SKATS Transportation Improvement Program (TIP) and its portfolio of transportation projects and programs.
Associate Project Manager
Mid Willamette Valley Council of Governments Provide a wide range of administrative and technical support services to member local governments on current and long range land use planning assignments, infrastructure finance projects, community facilities projects, economic development projects and other community development activities.as grant and loan applications for public infrastructure improvements, administration of federal and state grants, staffing special regional committees, and economic development initiatives. This may include administrative and technical support to CDD staff in grant research, writing and award management, program/project management, as well as coalition creation and facilitation. This allows COG to meet the priority needs of the region, organization, department, member governments and ensure the orderly growth of local and regional resources and capacities.
Baker County Planner serving both Baker County and Baker City! For more information, see our website or find Holly Kerns at the conference.
Regional Planner - Planning and develpment grant program
Metro Manage a $2 million regional planning and development grant program in the Portland area to suppprt implementation of the 2040 regional growth management strategy. Bring your knowledge of regional planning goals and experience managing planning projects, contracts, schedules and budget to our team at Metro. You'll join a values-based, collaborative team of planning professionals in the Urban Policy and Development group in Planning, Research and Development at Metro. Check out our organization's vision and goals at www.oregonmetro.gov.
Coastal Shores Specialist (Planner 3)
Oregon Department of Land Conservation and Development This position will provide policy expertise, advice, and assistance to local governments, Oregon Coastal Management Program (OCMP) staff, and other state or federal agencies on the policies of the Oregon Coastal Management Program, with emphasis on Statewide Planning Goals 18 (Beaches and Dunes) and 7 (Hazards). This position will provide technical assistance to local governments on coastal shore land issues including geologic and ocean processes, hazards including sea level rise and bluff/beach erosion, shorefront protective structures, and related topics. This position will advise on coastal local shore land issues, respond to development proposals in coastal shore areas, act as a liaison to the scientific research community, and keep DLCD staff and local governments informed on existing and changing requirements.
Natural Hazards Planner- Floods (Planner 2)
Oregon Department of Land Conservation and Development This position will support the National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP) in Oregon, which includes technical assistance to and compliance review of cities and counties participating in the NFIP. This position assists the State Coordinator for the National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP). Specific duties include, but are not limited to: • Assist cities and counties participating in the NFIP. • Review cities and counties for compliance with the requirements of the NFIP. • Education and outreach to broad audiences about NFIP and flood hazards. • Provide technical advice related to NFIP. • Assist cities and counties with disaster recovery. This is a limited duration position anticipated to last through June 30, 2023. This position may become permanent pending future funding.