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Salary: $17.00 Hourly
Job Number: 2019-PLNDEVASST
Position Details

*To be considered for the first review of applications, please apply by 11:59 p.m. on Sunday, June 9th*
The first review of applications will be on Monday, June 10th

This is a limited hour, non-benefited position in the Planning & Development group.

Hours of work:  29 hours/wk for a term for three (3) months
This is an entry-level planning apprenticeship position responsible for providing support to the Planning Services Division of the City and to the Community Development & Public Works Department.

Primary Duties*Assists with various long-range planning related projects including, but not limited to, research in support of comprehensive plan updates and code amendments.

*Archives, scans, organizes, and files project files for a variety of land use cases.

*Develops, reviews, reports on, and/or summarizes various planning-related reports, feasibility studies, and/or environmental documents.

*Prepares exhibits and public notices associated with land use actions.

*Demonstrates strong oral and written communications skills.

*Under the direction of planning staff, demonstrates decision making skills and determines alternative solutions to complex technical problems and issues.

*Regular, reliable, and punctual attendance

*Due to internal and external customer service needs, the incumbent must be able to work a routine schedule, onsite (appropriate City worksites).

*Shows initiative in performing job functions.

*Meets deadlines for assigned tasks.

*Work independently with little direction.

*Shows initiative in performing job duties.

Primary function. Other primary functions may be identified on a project by project basis.
Minimum Qualifications

High School diploma, or equivalent, and a minimum of at least Junior status in an urban planning, urban studies, architecture, environmental science, public administration, or closely related program.

Additional InformationWORKING CONDITIONS
The employee works both indoors in a clean, climate-controlled workspace and outdoors, sometimes during inclement weather; required to sit, talk, and hear; frequently required to use hands to finger, feel, or handle writing utensils, computers, and office supplies, which require repetitive arm, wrist, and hand movement; occasionally required to stand and reach with arms and hands, climb, balance, stoop, kneel, crouch, bend, or crawl. Specific vision abilities include close, distant, color, peripheral vision, depth perception, and the ability to adjust focus. The employee is occasionally required to lift and/or move up to 35 pounds. The employee visits job sites that require walking on uneven, rocky, or rough ground. The position requires mental acuity to ensure thorough mental analysis of situations in a fast-paced environment. The employee is required to maintain confidentiality of information within the department. The employee may be required to deal with irate, disgruntled individuals requiring the use of conflict management skills. The employee is frequently required to perform work in confidence and under pressure for deadlines, and is required to maintain professional composure, tact, patience, and courtesy at all times.

The employee performs work under the general direction of a Senior Planner within established policy and professional standards.