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Families Moving Forward: Executive Director

September 8, 2021

Families Moving Forward: Executive Director

Firm Name
moss+roos
Firm Location
Durham, NC
Firm Website
https://mossandross.com/jobs/active-searches/

Description

Executive Summary
Families Moving Forward (FMF), the largest housing and services provider for families experiencing homelessness in Durham, North Carolina, seeks an Executive Director who affirms, respects, and believes in the resiliency of families experiencing homelessness. This individual will be a team builder and a collaborator with a commitment to a community-wide system for ending homelessness. The ideal candidate will be an effective advocate for FMF and bring expertise in nonprofit management, staff development and fundraising. They will have a deep-seated appreciation for the significant role that race plays in compounding trauma, homelessness, poverty and perceptions of power and self-worth and will embrace FMF’s commitment to building a resilient community.

The Opportunity
The Executive Director will lead and manage an organization with a strong foundation and new initiatives for families experiencing homelessness and will ensure that FMF’s internal systems, staffing, and relationships are optimized for the journey forward. This person should be a thought leader around homelessness in Durham and throughout North Carolina.

Education and Preferred Qualifications
• Bachelor’s degree from an accredited four-year college or university is required, or substantial
equivalent experience will be considered. An advanced degree, preferably in social work, public
administration, nonprofit management, or related fields, is preferred.
• Experience with and a passionate commitment to supporting and addressing the needs of families
and children experiencing poverty and homelessness. Equivalent experience with anti-poverty initiatives and empowering individuals in crisis situations to move to greater stability will be considered.
• Five or more years in a leadership role in a nonprofit, with proven experience moving an organization forward to reach ambitious goals.

To Apply: In one document please submit a cover letter (including how you learned about this opportunity) and resume and send via email.

Job Details

Job Type
 Permanent
Paid Y/N
  Paid
Application Due
  10/04/2021
Start Date
  09/01/2021
Position Details: View complete job listing

Contact Information

Contact Name
John A. Bowman
Contact Email
FMFSearch@mossandross.com

Job Category:
Community Development, Economic Development, Environmental Planning, Housing
Job Sector:
Non Profit

Clean Cities Coalition Network

August 27, 2021

Clean Cities Coalition Network

Firm Name
US Department Of Energy
Firm Location
various
Firm Website
https://cleancities.energy.gov/

Description

This fall, CCUWDP is offering 50 workforce development program positions across the nation and applications are now available. This is a wonderful opportunity for students looking to gain experience in the energy and transportation areas. Please pass this information along to anyone you know who may be interested in one of these positions. Applications can be found at https://www.cvent.com/d/6mqznc with more information below. Applications are due September 2, 2021. If you have any questions, please email cleancitiesintern@anl.gov.

Job Details

Job Type
 Internship
Paid Y/N
  Paid
Application Due
  09/02/2021
Start Date
  09/16/2021
Position Details: View complete job listing

Contact Information

Contact Name
the organization
Contact Email
cleancitiesintern@anl.gov

Job Category:
Environmental Planning
Job Sector:
Public

Transportation Planner

August 27, 2021

Transportation Planner

Firm Name
District Department of Transportation
Firm Location
Washington DC
Firm Website
https://ddot.dc.gov/

Description

This position is located in the District Department of Transportation (DDOT), Project Delivery Administration (PDA), Planning and Sustainability Division (PSD), Environmental Program Branch (EPB). DDOT’s mission is to enhance the quality of life for District residents and visitors by ensuring that people, goods, and information move efficiently and safely with minimal adverse impact on residents and the environment. This position works under the general direction of the EPB Manager who provides general administrative direction and technical requirements for the position. The position is responsible for supporting environmental team members working in the overall context of project delivery for DDOT infrastructure projects and includes preparation of environmental documents and agreements, environmental review, commitment tracking, compliance with federal and local regulations, coordinating with federal, state, and local environmental and resource agencies and working on multidisciplinary teams within DDOT and externally.

Position link here.

Job Details

Job Type
 Permanent
Paid Y/N
  Paid
Application Due
  09/07/2021

Contact Information

Contact Name
Emma Blondin
Contact Email
emma.blondin@dc.gov

The contact is a Carolina Planning alum.

Job Category:
Environmental Planning, Transportation
Job Sector:
Public

Transportation Electrification Analyst

August 9, 2021

Transportation Electrification Analyst

Firm Name
Brendle Group
Firm Location
Fort Collins, CO and Denver, CO
Firm Website
https://www.brendlegroup.com/open-positions/

Description

Brendle Group seeks an early to mid-career Transportation Electrification (TE) Analyst with 2-10 years direct relevant experience to join our team, in pursuit of our company mission to accelerate equitable solutions to address the climate crisis. With offices in Fort Collins and Denver, CO, we would prefer a Colorado-based candidate to support local and regional customers but will consider remote candidates and offer flexible hybrid policies for working from home. We are committed to inclusive and equitable hiring practices, recognizing historic inequities in the engineering, planning, and sustainability professions.

Each of our team members has breadth across a range of consulting skills, including data analysis, energy systems, modeling, greenhouse gas accounting, policy, planning, transporation, resilience, and/or other sustainability topics. We are seeking an analyst with skills and experience in transportation electrification and mobility to support our efforts in deep decarbonization.

Based on position requirements and candidate experience, we expect to fill an Analyst II position with a base salary range of $65,800-$84,100 per year or an Analyst III position with a base salary range of $77,200 – $97,700 per year.

Job Details

Job Type
 Permanent
Paid Y/N
  Paid
Position Details: View complete job listing

Contact Information

Contact Name
Sarah Martin
Contact Email
smartin@brendlegroup.com
Contact Phone
(786) 301-0450

The contact is a Carolina Planning alum.

Job Category:
Environmental Planning, GIS, Transportation
Job Sector:
Private

Part-Time Intern (Virtual)

July 22, 2021

Part-Time Intern (Virtual)

Firm Name
White & Smith Planning and Law Group
Firm Location
Kansas City and Charleston (SC)
Firm Website
http://www.planningandlaw.com

Description

White & Smith is a full service planning firm of planners and attorneys. We have been serving cities and counties around the country since 2005, when Mark White and Tyson Smith started the firm.

Projects for our local government clients include full code updates, form-based codes, housing, growth management, impact and development fees, subdivision codes, military, and land use compatibility.

We are looking for a part-time intern to assist in all areas of our work, focusing on code drafting and policy development. The ideal candidate will have relevant experience in a jurisdiction or private firm, but prior experience is not necessary.

Minimum Qualifications A willingness to take on new challenges in planning is a must. It’s important to be self-motivated, self-directed, and to work with a high degree of detail and excellence. The ability to work independently without oversight is a must. An ability to work with government officials, staffs, private developers and landowners, and private sector partners is also important.

Application Please e-mail your letter of interest, resume, references, and sample graphics/work/writing samples to Tyson Smith, tsmith@planningandlaw.com.

Salary is commensurate with experience.

Job Details

Job Type
 Internship
Paid Y/N
  Paid

Contact Information

Contact Name
Tyson Smith, AICP, Esq.
Contact Email
tsmith@planningandlaw.com
Contact Phone
(843) 937-0201

Job Category:
Community Development, Design, Environmental Planning, Housing, Internship, Land Use
Job Sector:
Private

Planner II

July 11, 2021

Planner II

Firm Name
Triangle J Council of Governments
Firm Location
Durham, NC
Firm Website
https://www.tjcog.org/

Description

Who We Seek
An experienced, energetic, self-directed individual for the position of PLANNER II to assist in the coordination of land use, transportation, healthy communities, diversity, equity and inclusion and public engagement projects. Projects will primarily focus on alternative fuels, transportation demand management, planning for transportation options, including transit, freight and emerging transportation technologies, public engagement and assisting local governments with a variety of planning related projects.

Description of Work
The Planner II is part of a fast-paced, multi-disciplinary organization engaged in long-term, regional-scale issues and shorter-term local government member technical assistance that integrates TJCOG’s focus areas of water resources, resiliency, transportation and mobility, housing, aging and human services, member engagement, technical assistance, strategy/innovation, and data. The position provides technical expertise to staff and stakeholders through services such as data collection and analysis, program development and management, supporting the administration of transportation related programs and committees, and supporting the development of internal and external initiatives.

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities
The Planner II will understand the importance of positive relationships with local communities and agencies in the region and exhibit strong customer service and problem-solving skills. Position requires project management skills and the ability to work independently, demonstrate initiative and problem solve.

The position will require knowledge of principles and practices of planning as applied to land use planning and transportation systems as well as general planning principles. General knowledge of local government, laws and services pertinent to planning processes. Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with staff at the federal, state, regional, local levels and with elected officials. Ability to communicate effectively orally and in writing and to lead various meetings and events, make presentations and answer questions at public or project meetings. Ability to prepare presentations and prepare or coordinate the preparation of charts, maps, graphs and other illustrative materials for communication to elected officials, the public and other stakeholders. Ability to perform a variety of duties including research, drafting plans and reports, grant development and administration, etc. Demonstrated skill in reading and interpreting maps, land design plans and related spatially-focused materials. Demonstration of graphic design skills desired.

Major Duties and Responsibilities include but are not limited to:

  • Performing intermediate professional planning, research, analytical and technical duties in the Triangle J Council of Governments’ Focus Areas.
  • Managing and working within teams, made up of Triangle J Council of Governments and partner representatives, on a variety of planning initiatives.
  • Planning and coordinating meetings, workshops and other events.
  • Researching trends and emerging issues on program activities and preparing and presenting reports and program recommendations.
  • Clearly communicating internally and externally on program areas.
  • Providing technical assistance in a variety of planning areas.

Education and Experience
Required: Master’s degree in planning, public administration, or related field, together with experience in municipal, sustainability, economic development, or regional planning. Candidates with a bachelor’s degree in a related field, who have extensive experience in project management and demonstrated advanced knowledge may be considered.

Starting Salary & Benefits
Hiring range: $48,150 – $50,577

Benefits: The Triangle J Council of Governments offers a generous benefits package including paid vacation and sick leave; NC Local Government Retirement System; 401(k); health, dental, vision and life insurance; health spending account, flexible spending account for child/dependent care expenses; and flexible work schedules.

Our Organization
Providing a platform for collaboration among local governments, stakeholders, and partners in our diverse region of NC. See the kind of work we do at www.tjcog.org

How to Apply
1. Download TJCOG employment application at: https://www.tjcog.org/about/our-job-opportunities

2. Send completed application package (cover letter, completed application and resume) by email to employment@tjcog.org with the subject Planner II.

Incomplete applications will not be considered. Position is open until filled; initial review of applications begins August 2, 2021.

All employment offers will be within the stated hiring rage.

TJCOG is an Equal Opportunity Employer and designated Best Workplace for Commuters.

Job Details

Job Type
 Permanent
Paid Y/N
  Paid
Application Due
  08/02/2021
Position Details: View complete job listing

Contact Information

Contact Name
Jenny Halsey
Contact Email
jhalsey@tjcog.org
Contact Phone
(919) 558-9343

Job Category:
Environmental Planning
Job Sector:
Public

Safe Routes and Injury Prevention Coordinator

June 28, 2021

Safe Routes and Injury Prevention Coordinator

Firm Name
Mecklenburg County Public Health
Firm Location
Charlotte, NC
Firm Website
https://www.MeckNC.gov

Description

The Safe Routes and Injury Prevention Coordinator will be responsible for development, coordination, and implementation of evidence-based Safe Routes to School, Parks and Healthy Food programming with an emphasis placed on policy, system, and environmental changes that protect and promote the public’s health. The vision is to create a culture where walking and biking are safe, viable, equitable and preferred methods regardless of age, ability, or zip code. This position includes program and policy development, program administration and evaluation, and community outreach.

Job Details

Job Type
 Permanent
Paid Y/N
  Paid
Application Due
  06/26/2021
Start Date
  08/03/2021

Contact Information

Contact Name
Clint Grant
Contact Email
Clint.Grant@mecklenburgcountync.gov
Contact Phone
(704) 576-0063

Job Category:
Environmental Planning
Job Sector:
Public

Resilience Planner Intern

June 14, 2021

Resilience Planner Intern

Firm Name
Stantec
Firm Location
Raleigh, NC
Firm Website
https://stantec.jobs/raleigh-nc/resilience-planner-intern/2BC9D13A0D474B41B7BBACA5D579F575/job/

Description

Stantec’s Community Development group is seeking a summer resilience planning intern for our Raleigh, North Carolina office. Our highly experienced, multi-disciplinary, national team specializes in community resilience including hazard mitigation planning, climate adaptation plans and policies, risk assessment, and strategy development. We help communities understand, communicate, and reduce their current and future hazard risks and vulnerabilities.

Your Key Responsibilities:
Interns will be encouraged to develop their resilience planning skills while supporting our team with research, presentation development, meeting documentation, plan drafting, and miscellaneous project needs.

Job Details

Job Type
 Internship
Paid Y/N
  Paid

Contact Information

Contact Name
Christina Hurley
Contact Email
christina.hurley@stantec.com

The contact is a Carolina Planning alum.

Job Category:
Environmental Planning, GIS, Land Use
Job Sector:
Private

Resilience Planner (Entry Level)

June 14, 2021

Resilience Planner (Entry Level)

Firm Name
Stantec
Firm Location
Raleigh, NC
Firm Website
https://stantec.jobs/raleigh-nc/resilience-planner/FA9CBEB825ED4E1690F2BF5B0387DDC5/job/

Description

The Stantec Community Development group is seeking a Resilience Planner (Entry Level) who is an energetic and creative individual for a full-time position. As a Resilience Planner within our Community business line, you will have the opportunity to be a part of Stantec’s growing national resilience practice. Your experience supporting development of resilient and forward-looking programs, policies, and plans will compliment Stantec’s multi-disciplinary technical expertise and national resilience team to build communities that thrive in the wake of shocks or stresses. We help communities understand, communicate, and reduce their current and future hazard risks and vulnerabilities.

In this role, your strong understanding of comprehensive community resilience, hazard mitigation, climate adaptation, risk communication, and stakeholder engagement will help guide Stantec’s team to provide exceptional deliverables through project life cycles, achieve client satisfaction, and maintain profitability for the projects we execute. In addition, you will collaborate with our national resilience leaders.

Job Details

Job Type
 Permanent
Paid Y/N
  Paid

Contact Information

Contact Name
Christina Hurley

The contact is a Carolina Planning alum.

Job Category:
Environmental Planning, GIS, Land Use
Job Sector:
Private

Senior Environmental Planner

June 14, 2021

Senior Environmental Planner

Firm Name
Delta Stewardship Council (a California state agency)
Firm Location
Sacramento, CA (staff are currently remote)
Firm Website
https://www.calcareers.ca.gov/CalHrPublic/Jobs/JobPosting.aspx?JobControlId=253744

Description

The Senior Environmental Planner will be the lead for local and regional land use planning expertise within the Council’s Regulatory Review Unit. The Senior Environmental Planner will also support Division-wide projects and initiatives. Such projects and initiatives may include developing Delta Plan amendments; developing CEQA compliance documents; and conducting research, analyses, and stakeholder outreach on environmental justice, climate change adaptation, and other priority topics related to Delta management. Occasional travel to/within the Delta may be required.

Job Details

Job Type
 Permanent
Paid Y/N
  Paid
Application Due
  06/14/2021

Contact Information

Contact Name
Avery Livengood
Contact Email
avery.livengood@deltacouncil.ca.gov

The contact is a Carolina Planning alum.

Job Category:
Environmental Planning, GIS, Land Use
Job Sector:
Public